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 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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bUshed 1871 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Owner d di'ME ,;'

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TO HAVEGRAND local sportsmen worked
hard over the week-end trying to ,

catch up with their fishing be-

) ROADS OPENING fore the season closed Wednesdayfor DURING WEEK

a period of 66 days. This

regulation was imposed by the _

/lion Taken For Aid Gold Head Branch To 1937 Legislature in nn attempt to Plant City NearingEnd

of Strawberry lie In LimelightSoon protect black buns during the of Its

spawning season.!
Growers SeasonStrawberry

--- Fishing for bream and other -

wbat is described as "unpre- Gold Head Branch State Park,, fresh water fish is not prohibited shipments from .

nUd action" the Board of not far from Starke will be formally except in certain counties wherea Starke and Lawtey which In recent -
commissioners at theirIt.g yr opened to public use on April closed: season is declared on all
; weeks have fluctuated bad
,; here March 6 approprlat- 15 as a feature of CCC anniversaryweek i fresh water angling by action of as

150 per month for a period of = it was announced this week' the county commissioners.The ly as a dizzy stock market report

months to the County Board I by Harry Lee Baker, state forester cloned season extends dwindled to a mere 1,000 crates

and Trustees for use on farm The opening of the park through May 20.TICKETS. during the past seven days--less

arket roads. -- ----- -- calls for a full day program to include than one-third of the amount harvested

quests for funds waa made by On this spot of ground three sonville: and Hoke Smith Womackof tangled wreckage strewn along a musical athletic concert events and boat a speaking racing during the previous week. 1
of the SELL
A Burden, chairman men burned to death Wednesday Winter Garden. Boyette who Road 13 two miles south of Law- Prices strengthened somewhat

Trustees, who stated that night of last week when two large had caught a ride on one of the tey. AC left Road Patrolman program.This beautiful park is situated rising from as low as U. O per

:perry growers were being trucks crashed head-on, turned trucks, was not Identified until Melvin McKinney ia shown direct- Just across the Bradford line in LIKE HOT CAKES crate last week to a high of $3.75

nvenlenced In getting theirto over and became a mass of flame. several days later when relatives Ing traffic around the scene. At A hard Wednesday. The week's averageIs
Clay County. new -
market and that the died articles describing of spectators lean estimated at 12.75, making gross
The fourth victim eighteen read newspaper center a group road makes it only a few min
tees had no funds on hand hours later In a local hospital. The photographs and other posses over to Inspect a charred shoe I utes' drive from Starke by way of FOR MINSTREL receipt for the period at somewhere a

which to make the necessary dead are: I. B. Powell of Cordele, sions found in his luggage. grlsley reminder of the scene that Keystone Heights. It contains 1- around 12,730.

irs. Ga.. George Gamble of Jackson- The above picture, taken early had taken place a few hours be- I 080 acres In a Baud-hill, freshwater Opinions still differ as to the

addition to this action, the ville; James E. Boyette of Jack- the following morning, shows the lake region and offers excellent outlook for the season her*. A.

stoners transacted the fol- I facilities. for fishing, swimming Record Crowd IndicatedFor few growers complain that lare-

g business: BUS STATION fore.NEW I and plcknlcking. Show NextThursday plants are rotting at the stem

A. Andrews of Lawtey met FASHION SHOWAT ELECTIONS Outstanding feature of the park while others take a more optimistic -

Board and stated that he had MOVEDThe Is a 65-foot-deep ravine through view and expect" large shipments *

received employment as yeti which flows the crystal-clear Gold to begin during the last
Those who like their entertainment
that he was CLUB HOUSE service station formerly DISCUSSED week of this month.i;
the W. P. A. and Head Branch. Natural beauty fast and furious will get
eed of work and unable to se- known as "The Green Glow" at consisting of gigantic trees and a more than their money's worth at The season's totals from Starke

i it. Commissioner P. D. Red- TONIGHT the intersection of the Kingsley AT BOARD MEET variety of native flowers and the Rotary, Club minstrel which and Lawtey now stand at 870,400

was appointed by the Chalr- i Lake road and State Highway 13, shrubbery has been allowed to will be presented at the school pints for which growers have received -

i to take the matter up withW. I was reopened Monday by Lacy :. remain untouched with the only house Thursday night, March 23. an estimated $6 .2jO.
I" A. Officials In person. I "Improvements" In the ravine be- at 8:15.: An unusual amount of Shipments from Plant City are
rs Iola Williams was stricken Little Women To Model Conway, well known In Starke Petitions Presented : ing the necessary walks and stair 'interest on the part of the public on the down grade and reports

n the pauper list as she has Newest Spring I' from his 14 years of service station the From New River ways. The work was carried on Is being shown In this event anda have It that the season there will

ed Into Union County and the Styles experience here. Under will and Graham 'by men from the nearby veterans capacity crowd Is expected to be wound up within the next two
the business
new management
ance of Mrs. Ruth Bowers fill the auditorium and all avail- wf'eks-just about the time the
discontinued as she Is now re- An outstanding and unusual be called Conway's Service Station Board of able standing room.It Bradford County crop should be
with the motto "The Home of The Bradford County
mg Aid to Dependent Chlld- event will be presented tonight Good Service." Public Instruction met here Mon- HOUSETO has been a long, long time rallying.The .

The allowance of Rileys sponsored by the members of the day afternoon, March 6 at 4 o'- I since the public here has had the season's totals from Plant
was discontinued as he is Little Woman's Club, In the Wom- Amoco gasoline, oil and other clock. The late hour was set at a privilege of attending a good old- City now stand at 19,442,042 pints

r receiving Aid to Dependent an's Club auditorium beginning at high quality petroleum productsare previous meeting because some of BE HELD I fashioned minstrel with songs, of berries which have brought the h..
bandied and served exclusively
dren, and the allowance of 8:15: o'clock. the members had expected that by 'dances, skits and all the colorful growers around $1,116,662.WOMAN'S .
Alice Oliver wa dlscontlnu- For the first time In many and a large amount of new greasIng this time the county would be at 'costumes for which this type of t

[as she is now receiving Old years a large fashion show pass- and other equipment the enablesthe the the peak of the strawberry ship BY LEGION I entertainment is famous. CHORUS '
latest station to give public
Assistance.rs. ing in review the very ping season and they had expectedto Two weeks of tedious rehearsing
will be staged here in very best In greasing washing i IN ST. AUGUSTINEThe
[ Bessie Mae Bradley of styles, waxing and otlifer' auto- be busy during the morning under the .direction of Nat
'. living polishing,
tey was allowed $6.00 per Starke, with over: twenty array mobile services. hours. However,.-the late February 'Will Be First Event In Sternberg has whipped the large Woman's Chorus of Starke
lb, and Arctic' ; '"MavJeFrevttlt models disptayina.r'-.eolorful; : freeze tookCare of that and cant Into shape' until It In now will,
for Service'Station!!!! is also New Community presort e B iategBAllng pro-
"dltftBes l
every Conway's
allowed $5.,00' for one month.. of 1939 as member J. H. Moore stated just prepared to present& smooth, for the Si. Cecelia Music
Worked In with the Florida Motor Lines Bus gram
hour of the day.
W. Coleman appeared before before the meeting time Monday CenterStarke's polished performance- that Is Club In St. Augustine Thursday k
and is the local
Station Mr. Conway
is unique as
the fashion show an ,
afternoon, "We might as well have guaranteed to have the audience
Board stating that his Old afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. The
followedat "we call for
show The new you
Interesting floor agent. "
Assistance had been discon- met this morning. new log cabin community literally "rolling In the aisles. Chorus a department of the Wo

ed and that he had been un 9:30: by a dance. Free gifts included and deliver you announced to your this doorstep"service week Dr. W. E. Middleton was absent I center will be officially I Some really unusual talent Is being man's Club, has shown a marked
refreshments are -
to have it resumed, he said prizes, and also. Persons contemplating a because of Illness, and members opened to the public Tuesday uncovered In the vocal numbers degree of talent and ability. "
he was destitute and depen- in the evening's program.The present were Mr. Moore and chairman March 28, when the Jones-Lang- I and the chorus singing
the The Chorus will sing two
club auditorium, decoratedin trip need only to notify agent groupsOf
it upon his wife's labors and E. J. Lewis.F. ford-White Post American Legion leaves nothing to be desired.To .
and white, carrying out and they will be called for and 5 till numbers And Miss Anita Court
t she was unable to support: the green St. Patrick motif, will havea those arriving will be delivered to M Merrill appeared with a will hold open house from divulge too much of the pro- manche will play the violin obll-

The matter was referred to semi-circular ramp constructedfrom their homes. petition asking for an election of 9 o'clock p. m. Invited gram would be to deprive the pub- gato to one of the chorus num-
Is to
State Welfare Board. the consolidation of School Tax The general public lie of some delightful surprises, bers. Members
one dressing room door --- ---- are: sopranos,
sum of $7.50 was approprlat- out Into the auditoriumand School Districts Three (Starke) inspect the attractive new buildIng but everybody of course, Is already -I Mrs. C. W. Chalker. Ml's. R. :1,
for curving and Twelve (New River). The, during the afternoon and beginning talking about a few of the
funeral expenses. of ending at the dressing room LAWSUIT MAYTIE the Davis, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. L.
at 8 o'clock In even-
ion GatllnV door the opposite side of the petition presented was signed in numbers such an the "BabyChorus" A. Shepherd, Miss Clyde Nell
on ing, a varied program of enter 'I
1938 and H. V. at-
July in which three Rotarians
M. Wainwright, State Audit- stage. As the hands of a large tainment will be Several Thomas/ ; 2nd sopranos, Mrs. W, E.
UP torney for the board, advised Mr. given. and outside sufferer
advised the one appear II Wurphree, Miss Evelyn Stump,
the Board by lettert dummy clock slowly turn, will be made by I ,
short speches
out of date
Merritt that it was dressed and
It would not be regular to models dressed. In clothes appro- as three-year-olds Mrs Karl Searing, Mrs. E. K.
and Insufficient for the calling\ of county, city, and American Leg- sing and dance In a aesthetic -
very Miss Jean Davis altos
rlbute one-half of the Raceck priate for the indicated hour, will Perryman, ; ,
an election since It covered District ion officials. manner. If you live throughthis Mrs. K. L. Miss Alice
Funds Biggs. Fernandez -
to the Board of move slowly across the ramp, RAC1NGJFUNDS Installation
At 9 o'clock a public
lie Instruction without vowch- showing the beautiful styles Three only. Under the law officers number without splitting your Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere, and
petitions for an election must be of newly-elected Legion side. will be safe for the rest
for you Mrs. L. A. Canova.
same being approved by clothes, play togs, after-
Morning presented from both districts con- will be conducted by Bill Comer, of the evening
Commissioners In regular noon dresses, dinner, formal and I Will Seriously Cripple department commander. Those Mrs. Cunova will give two

Hlng. This Information was evening wear, beach wear and a County Finances cerned.Math Wasdin was before the who will be inducted at this time A large part of the success of groups of piano solos, one modern
en in shown the latter the minstrel will be due to the expert -
response to a requestthe bridal dress will be (ire: L. D. Vlnlng commander; R. group and one classic
Board with a petition relative to
Board of Public In- modeled by Mrs. T. K. Mc- If Successful the consolidation of District 11 J. Turner, first vice-commander; I work of Mrs. II. C. Brown at Completing the program will bea '

ictlon for the distribution on Clane, Jr. R. A. Newsome, second vice-com the piano. She will accompany group of violin solos by Miss
(Graham) and District Three. Up-
date that the funds are recelv- The local girls modeling clothes Court proceedings were startedIn mender; A. J. Thomas, service officer every number Including the ex- Anita Courtmanche, concert violinist :
on advise of its attorney, the Board
from the State Comptroller. will be Misses Juanita Barefoot, Tallahassee recently attackinga instructed superintendent A. JGriffls ; and David G Ross, sergeant- tremely difficult and exquisitely" she will be accompanied at
*tters were received from the Hazel Moore, Abbie Harley, Do- provision of the 1931 law that list at-arms. beautiful "Old Sow Song. the piano by her mother Mrs. J.
to a of qualified
"ity Attorney relative to Wide shla Smith Enza Weaver Mar- gives each of Florida's 67 countiesan voters procure who pay taxes on real This will be the first event tobe Advance tickets went on sale H Courtmanche.

Exemption from taxation garet Pearce, Jacqueline Andrews, equal share In the taxes derived or personal property in Special held in the recently-completed Wednesday and may be obtained .

s of Traffic Officers, and the Frances Hemmingway, Louise from race tracks. If the Tax District. Three, Eleven, and community center. The Legionnaires from any member of the Rotary Truck Hums

edure to follow in closing pub- Snyder, and Elaine Wynn. Miss suit Is successful It will compel Twelve from Supervisor of Registration have been conducting a successful Club. The fire department wait called

treets or thoroughfares which Marian Dowling will give a dem- Comptroller J. M. Lee to pile up N. D. Wainwright. campaign to provide chairs Those taking part In the minstrel out Saturday afternoon at 2:30: o'

e discussed and ordered filed. onstration of styles In hairdress- the revenue from this source In a A. A. Durden. chairman of the for the building. are: L. A. Shepherd John clock<< to extinguish a truck fire

"he application of Mrs. Bynum Ing. One or more of the modelsIs special fund until the legislaturesays County Board of Bond Trustees, -- ----- Whlttemore, Elmo Struth, Charles. I at the Register Motor Company's

klne' of Lawtey, for widow's being dressed by the following what to do with It. asked the Board to match the tempt to tie up the distributionof Pander D. P. Carpenter, Bill Graham garage", nt the Intersection of

raptlon from taxation which Starke clothing stores: Alexander's Bradford County has already re- fund appropriated to the bond race track funds to the various Jim Rltch .1. M. Smith, T. Roads 13 and 28. The truck an

laid over from last meeting Sternberg's, Jacobs', Clar- ceived $15.000 of the approximate trustees by the County Commissioners counties. Mr. Lewis stated K. McClane Frank Lanclrum. E. International, belonging to Wig-

denied. Jean Shoppe, Stump's.Mrs. J20.000 which it annually receives In the amount of $130 for that the Board would be glad to L.: Matthews AI Kay Carlisle, mil 'gins-Powell Turpentine Co., was

Petition signed by Mr. andA J. L. Geiger, Manager of from this souice. Officials here I one month. The attorney advised build a school there as soon as Mundy. W. II Hart. Lyle Anderson being repaired by mechanics when w
H. Johns and Mr. and Geiger's in Gainesville, will pre- that county finances that the Board could not use possible. Mr. W. II Hart, Mrs Richaru a leaky gas line Ignited from the
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W B. trla .In formal' and informal -' hot exh i -' "' the
.... Kld'1 aua t
Mundy Jr. 1 .
owners sonaevera g ------- ---- will be seriously crippled ir the school funds for such purpose, It was agreed to consolidate<< the ppe U"'U&UIJJ'UUJ5
the abutting property, was pre- creations.All suit Is successful. and the request was denied. bus routes now being driven by Sternberg, Dorothy Lambe, Joan cab before the tire departmentcould
t ted asking that those portions Starke stores donated food to Carpenter, and Clarice Gill. put out the blaze with chem
< It la expcted that a bitter fight II. C. Wall, N. I). Wainwright, Richard Griffls and J. G. Boyd,
Canova and Jackson Streets for refreshments.The I' in the Legislatureover Jr.. Jos. E. Wilson, and Louis be effective for the ensuing school Admission Is 60c for adults and icals.
be waged
=n lie 160 feet West of East floor show will include a 25c for children under twelve .-
., the division of the race track Hebard asked the Board to place term.
of Block 1 of Government novelty tap dance on skates by i counties will probably the same Insurance now being car- The superintendent was Instructed years of age.According. To Fight Cancer

4 in Lakeside be closed. Afterg Miss Patsy Roberts of Lawtey. a ; fund.attempt Big to make the Legislaturegive ried with all companies under a to write to the State Superintendent to reports, around 100 Mrs. John G. Kellum of Tallahassee

Into the matter fully with chorus of local girls and several them the lion's share of the blanket policy with each company Colin English, requesting I tickets were sold by Rotarians the vice-commander of the

, to County Attorney It was decld- other numbers are sure to please. while Legislators from continuing the same amount now permission to use $200 of state first day they were placed on sale. Florida Division Women's Field

withold the order for cloe- Prices are: Stags and unaccom- small money counties will likely threatento being carried. By making policies funds for the purchase of a barnIn -. ._--- Army American Society for the.
Until it was advertised by panied ladles, 40 cents; couplesfor extend over a period of five which to store countyownedbuses. I
Ing vote against racing entirely If Stephen /ovals Dies I Control of Cancer, will direct the
a notice for thirty days In ( fashion show only) 50 cents: Is made. years rather than on an annual third annual enlistment campaign.
Bounty Court House and at couples (for the evening) 75 cents. such a change buls.t the Board would save a- The Board passed a resolution Stephen Kovals, 37, died at his April 1-30 In 16 Florida counties.

the streets to be closTn The proceeds will be used for the round $632.30. The Board accepted stating that "-the accounting of home 3 miles east of Starke Tues- Including Bradford. Mrs. Kellumis

clerk was Instructed to benefit of the Little Woman'sClub. Bids On Bus Routes the offer and Mr. Wainwright disbursements, expenditure, and day night after a brief Illness. weii-known here, being the y

jw all parties Interested of theIto Sealed bids on county school bus withdrew his former proposition receipts of the office of principalof Funeral services were held yesterday wife of the business manager of
of the Board. --. for the 1939-40 term will of the 1937-38 (Thursday) at the grave-
routes for financing his part B. H. S. year the woman's college at Tallahastiee -
letter was received from Benefit Dance be received by the School Boardon the Insurance The companieswere Is not full, complete or satlsfa.ctory" side In Kingsley Lake Cemetery, Mr. Kellum was born In

n & Allen regarding the pros : The Clay County Hospltallza- April 8, it was announced In Instructed to discontinue Insurance and requesting. II. Benson with Rev. L. A. Donley officiating the Western part of "Bradford

of the Railroad Tax Litlga-!I tlon Aid is sponsoring a dance to- an advertisement appearing In the on the Theressa school I I former principal to return the Services began at 3 o'clock and County.

Suite now pending, and stat- night at the Green Cove SpringsWoman's Telegraph last week. building which If Included would necessary records. Interment followed Immediately.The ---.---
that due to the death of W. Club beginning at 10 o'- I I _. raise the rate of all the rest. I I The following trustee recommendations deceased was born In Hungary New Station

Kay. General Solicitor for the clock. Funds will be used to help Opens Paint Store I A. O. Jenkins, colored principal were received and approved and had lived here In Bradford Manager
C .L Ry.. that the hospitalization and care I I County for 14 years. lie Is Hubert Priest has accepted a i '
Court had pay Buford this week openeda and a delegation from the : i
I nlled the taking of testimony of the needy. Mrs. Gilbert Kahnof R. C. In the building immediately oak colored school water-I I Rising: Arthur McRae, principal, survived by a son, Julius, of position a. manager", of Beanley'a
I the 15tl\ has donated the paint store Si-arke, and by three daughters, Service Station at the Intersectionof
and Essie Crosby
day' March. New York City Lella's Beauty new school building in this com Beverly Cady,
mmJssloners Jacksonville Orchestra Joining Norman was accepted Mrs. Mary Davis, Starke, Mrs Road 13 and Call Street. Mr.
Conner and Was- services of a west side. Sherwin- munity. The Board expressed its Mrs. Ancll
t and County arrangements are in Salon on the Miss Cady un- Clarence Schuler Mountain Top, Priest is experienced In the gas
Attorney Brown and are sold. The willingness to help, but stated thatIt ai a substitute for
e 'Porte on the County Com- charge of Mrs. J. M. Southerland Wllliams paints occupied by the Dixie: was not now In a position to' til the later returns from college. Pa., and Mrs.. Kenneth Dance, and oil business and has a large
'Ioners F. Davis. Tickets store last Ford Blatzer, Darin. Conn. The Boree Funeral number of friends who are pleased a
Convention held In Jr., and Mrs. G. has been partitioned obligate Itself because of the suit New River: Grace
IOnVille 15th. February 13th 14th are on sale in Starke at the Clar- Bargain and attractively Store, painted. that; has been started In an at- principal, and Cleo Andrews. Home had charge of arrangements., to learn of his new connection.

which they attended. I Jean Shoppe.



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planting of flowers, shrubs, and life are Incidental and subordinate of fllk I N of n "W that lies In 1930 and 1933: respectively and represent VMTFI! STATES! IHNTIUCT United Static ""t -- --.
y NW'4' of NBVi He. 21 Tp. 6 S. 11. unpaid, taxes. for the years COfHT, !SOl'THEHV! DISTRICT! OP the above d.rr.b'd An;
the significant chronicle '
trees. Directions to this site are to more 22 containing 2 Acres., more orSiild 192 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng persona. firms "

BOY to go out the Lake City road 4 of his times. His profession placed l ees.' I ; to $58.88. STATES Ft.OItltA-NO.OP AAIERICA Sl J Civil-)...UNITED.utloner.v. praying for the and't,titit| Oftt\\\,

first him where ever was be- Certificate No. 159, embracesNW'4 ALSO: SEW of NWVi\ Sec. 12 Tp. .. Lands, and beingIn proper ('omp..n"RtltJt, ''J
miles and turn left (the graded history Certain lying 'f "
I of NWM\ Section $0 Tp. 7 .rty. Now.
SCOUT 8 S R. 20 B.. 40 Acres. County of th..ro' ,".
.l road past the Church) and then ing made. Whether Mr. Van Pa- /South, Range 22 K., containing 40 The taxes. to be sold are evidenced Bradford the Town, !State: of of Starkc Florida etc.. et interested in or hI; I""
I of the Acre., more or less.The certificate Nos. 2562 of the said property r">,
proceed two miles on this road assen speaks tranquility of by nl. Defendants.OTICM' oir 1'ON- '"? ?
of the said right *
assessment title
proli1 1933 respectively and or (tit., ,
NEWS and represent TO
: II I keepinp the right hand fork In the life in a small French village or erty under said certificated No. 881was unpaid taxes for the years ALL I KMTION WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. hereby notified to' hi". h i"b.' "

road. The entrance to the camp of war in Ethiopia, he brings to Assessment In the name of the of said Unknown Property: the 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng AND TO (a) The following persons the for said the United State f r,"*" I>tt
I I to $74.61.ALSO Southern DI'| '' '
firms end corporations) arerealdeitta ,
will be marked before cross- his material a deep compassion under said Certificate No. 159 was at Jacksonville
No. 70 Boy Scouts ofi, Just : SWM of NWVi & NW% ofBW'4 of the State of Florid.! }'i,,, ; ,'t\f!\
Troop ing the creek at the end of this and love for mankind. In Unless the name said of certificates Ueo. S. larger shall be Seo. 7 Tp. < S. R. 21 B., 80 1. S. Ines Ureen and Floyd Oreen, day what of interest April A. r X I SJ .::1:,

America, of Starke has been aj These books be found at the Acres. her husband Starke Florida; 2. nell "; '
two miles. Any interested parties may redeemed according to law theproperties The taxes to be sold are evidenced Luther 0. I'owell, Nat Sternbergand they or any of them'hJ i ?,' .fIt.

veritable bee hive of activity durIng will be welcome to vlst the camp Starke Public Library. described therein will he by certificate NOB. 132 & 180 of Knos W. Hayes as Trustees for the above described I>, ..
to the highest bidder at the to show
1930 and 1934 respectively and represent Bradford Lodge No. 85 Free and Accepted cause, It an) it"rV i
the last week. Two most In- and will be courteously shown Court-house door on the first Mon- for the of them have, '
unpaidtaxes ,
have been held I over the grounds and told of the day In the Month of April 1939, 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng years- Florida. Masons Starke,of Florida Bradford; 3.County L. A., should not b. takni. ,!R'4' pOt i
which Is "I
teresting meetings the 3rd.. day of April A. State of America I"1 Ih
NOTIt'H Of MAIM' OK TAEIITIFJVATP5 l to $163.84.ALSO Davis.. Starke. Florida; 4. E. K. Ferryman 'hl
L> 1939. .
one on the 7th and one last Mon: Camp plans. (' Dated this 9th. of March A. : All SWVi of NF:% A NWV4 and Lois. Peek Ferryman his purposes set forth I 0.14, 'U::

night. Excellent attendance Troop 70 rated the higher brackets Notice !I. hereby given that Geo. t>. 1939. .day of SBVi\ S of Ry & SWVi of SEVi\ wife, Starke, Florida; 6. Mrs. Eva claim on penalty of belnJ" hMpn' I
day I Sec. UTI'. 7 9. It. 21 B.. 80 Acres and JntereVt 01
F. Scott Las filed with ma written Fernandez, as Ouardlan, Starke, hi
; has been noted at each of these j I with other Troops In Jackson-: request that the tax certificate to- Clerk(OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL) Court A. J.Bradford Thomas The taxes to be sold are evidenced Florida: 8. E. W. Hayes, as Tax : property. Dated ih"i an4 20th ,

meetings. the average being In ,II I villa area for the month of February frether with all subsequent omittedor County. Florida. :&.10 4t 8-31 by certificate No. 163 & 472 of Collector of llradford County February WILLIAMS., A, D in"v ElJ\\'o\ :
levied taxes held< by the State be 1NOTICII and 11133 respectively and represent Starke, Florida; 7. Carl Johns as Clerk, t'nUed
the high 90's. At the meeting : having received a gradingof advertised and Hold to the highest : unpaid taxes for the years Tax Collector of the City of Starke, District Court for t hit I:1IIUlher: :'

y held on Monday night the followIng i I B-10. Pride is felt by all par bidder for cash all provided. by OF'1.1'1 OP TAX 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng Starke, Florida; 8. The Bank of trlct House of Florida B) M
Chapter 18296 ot the 1937 acts of CKIITIKIfATKHNotice l to $154.77. Starke Starke Florida and all persons Deputy Clork VJNOTICK ,I-QUrt 01
boys, who have been undergoing ents and filends of this Troop for the Legislature, upon the following is hereby given. that S. R. ALSO: All NE'4\ of 5W/4; Bx. 8 A., Interested In or having liens
their continued Interest and Johns, Jr., has filed with me writi i In SW Cor Sec. 14 7 S. R. 31
i extensive training for the past excellent descrlbnd real estate In the County : Tp. upon or claiming any Interest orlien
of Bradford State of ten request that the tax certificates E., 82 AcresTha o'-A"l lIl.ietTio
In '
Florida to-
I scouts.A of whatsoever nature or up-
received rating: as IIIl
several weeks, were wit: together with all subsequentomitted taxes to be sold are evidenced on the following described. real estate (!Senst. : )
Into the Troop; Tenderfoot bus hits been chartered and fot 2 of nik 24 Temple Additionto State be or advertised levied taxes and held sold by to the the by certificate Nos. 164 and 475 In the County of Bradford NOTICE IN lEttiy it'11If,.

I Griff Olin White I' Starke In NK'4:' of NWVJ & Part of 1931 and 1913: respectively andrepresent State of Florida; to-wit: Lying andbelnlf That Mrs. Beulah, OJ''
Scouts Jimmy ; the entire Troop will go to the highest bidder for cash as providedby K..1I1
taxes for the
of W% of NKVi W of Ry & NB Cor. unpaid years In the Town of Stnrke, County Tax Certificate Nn inn n",..
Chapter 18296 of the
,.1 Jr.: Warren Winkler. Judy McRoe | Main Court. "f Honor In Jacksonville of 8BJ4 of NVV'4! Sec. 28 Tp. S 8. R. of the Legislature, upon the 1937 follow-acts i 1930 to to$66.94.ALSO 1939 .both Inclusive amountIng of Bradford, State of Florida; beginning JJhdayof Septembet A'I I)"illdl

and Edward Brazle. These boys I next Thursday night March 22 B.The. ing described real estate In' the : NWH of SEVi Ex. 4 A In at a I point being the Intersection same III my 'frl,, "'''I
official I taxes to be Hold evidenced County,: Bradford, State of Florida of the easterly side of South made application foi, .,, .., 11II 1
were presented with their 23, leaving the Scout headquartershere are SW Cor & EV4' of NEV4 of 8WV4less \ Court Street with the southerlyside be Issued thereon. d....
by certificate NOH. 622 and 1205 to-wlt: l 3 8 A., & WH of NBVi of SBVi\ Said
p : i'' cards of membership by Junior As- | at 6:30: o'clock p. m. The boys of 1930 and 1933 respectively. andrepresent WH of BWVi\ of SE4! Sec 9 Tp. see SS Tp. 7 S. R. 21 B., 10 Acres. thence of South West 73 Cull degrees Street 30; running minutes embraces property In the followliur d.enu*.
unpaid taxes for the 8 .H. II. 22 B.. 20 Acres.The the Cuunu: ,M
;{ slstant Scoutmaster Frank RobinI I will receive their advancementcards yearn The taxes to be sold are evidenced East; along the southerly side ofWest State of Florida, DItt,
4 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No 164 of 1932, and wit
son. III; with their tenderfoot and merit badge card and ln ;f to 116.02. by certificate No. 691 and 914 represent unpaid taxes for the Call Street a distance of 105 East Half of East Hall .1
.1 I years feet to a point: thence South 16 degrees west uarter North fS.fi
6 badges by Senior Patrol Leader recognition of the whole troop by ALSO: Lots II, 10 of I31k 24 TempI of 1930 and 1933. respectively andrepresent 1931 to )939. both Inclusive amounting 30' minutes West a distanceof Sec. 24 Township 8 or .

c Knos: Hayes; and were welcomed | the Main Court Judge J. Ollie Add. to Stacks See. 28 Tp. 6 S. 1929 to unpaid 1939. both taxes Inclusive for the years a- to $53.08. 100 feet to a point; thence North East containing! 32 South Acre,."".
I I 11. 22 K. ALSO! : SEVi of SWV4\ of NWVi Sec. 73 degrees 30 minutes West a distance less. .....
: Into the Troop by the Scoutmaster Edmundson chairman at that mounting to $46.77. 25 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E.. 10 Acres. :
The taxes to he sold are evidenced ALSO: Lots 8. 9 of Blk :20 Temp- of 15 feet to a point; thence The assessment of Ih,
the Rev. Frank Robinson. Bobby !'I time. The Scoutmaster urges the by certificate No. 899 of 1934. I... Add. to Starke, Bee. 28 Tp. 8 S. The tax. to be Nos.sold are evidenced -I i South 18 degrees. 30 minutes Westa erty under the said ). ald
i by certificate 327 and 776 .rllflru,
and represent unpaid taxes for the R. 22 K. distance of 20 feet to a point; sued was In the
Biggs who has also been under cooperation of the parents In allowing of 1930 and 1933 respectively and' ilalnu 'f f ,
V years 1933 to 1939. both Inclusive. The taxes to be sold are evidenced thence North 73 degrees 30 minutesWest Bowers.Unless.

) directed study successfully passed : the Scouts to make this amounting to 121.08. by certificate Nos. 097 and 8\17\ of represent 1929 to 1939 unpaid, both taxes Inclusive for,the y..ar.1 .. a distance of 90 feet to a pointIn said certlflcatt lilt I

his tenderfoot requirements on trip so that the Troop may be ALSO: Blocks 1. 2 DowllnK's RubTlvision 1930 and 1934 respectively and represent Ing to $48.83ALSO the easterly thence North side of 18 South degrees CourtStreet 30 redeemed according t f"( |I., |

night and will be 100 to Starke Bee. 28 Tp. 6 unpaid taxes for the years : Iota 13 & 14 Blk 23 minutes;. East along the easterly. side property sold to the described theroln "-
Monday present percent. S. 1*. 22 E. 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive amount- highest him.,
Add. to / Sec 28
Temples Tp.
Starke: II
of South Court Street distance of court
a house
the fOrmallY\\ Ing to $35.62.ALSO dour on tin
received Into Troop The taxes to l fIre
-- >e sold are evidenced 6 H. K. 22 B.
120 feet
:: Lot 1 Rlk 23 Temples. AdJ. to the point or place of beginning day In the month '.f
by certificate Nos.. 451 The be sold evidenced April
of 1932 taxes to are -
r his tests are accepted together with the Improve Which Is
as to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 9 S. K. 22>> fcj. ; the 3rd day t
HAVE YOU READ? 1233 of> 1933. 394 of 1935 and 395 by certificate No. 621 of 1930 and > April
I and The taxes be sold WHEREFOKE. a Dated this list. I
to .
Headquarters in Jacksonville of 1936, and represent unpaid taxes by certificate are evidenced represent unpaid taxes for the years n.Wn:': has been filed on the 17th ary 1938.(01o'FICJAT.. da> off,
Nos. 311 and I 1
j ), in the general headquarters In for the. years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive of 11129 and 1933 respectively andrepresent 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- day of February, A. D. 1939. in theUnited ( SEAL A J Tvl
to .
amounting to $173.19. Ing $44.64.
States District, Court for the Clerk of
York. Othera working on unpaid taxes for the Circuit Court
New "Three years ALSO Lot. 1 8 of Blk 13 In Gaskin uf Bui
Harbours" : -
"a by ATRO: All that Portion between 1928 to *939. both I Southern District of Florida by the County Florida.
i their tests at the present time are: F. Van Wyck Mason Frae'l Jot C of Blk 1 Original Town to $39.75.ALSO Inclusive amountIng Add to Stark., Sec. 29 Tp 6. S. 2-24 III

L George Powell and Joe English.On I. & Church St.. Fix. 8 52V6' ft.. Original : Lots 2. 3, 4 of Rlk 23 R.22 E. I
i The Author reveals a fascinating Town of Stark., In NEV4\ of SWyi\ Temples The taxes to be sn',1 are evidenced -
to Starke. Sec. 28 Tp.68.R.22E. .
Tuesday night the Court of phase of the American Revolution Sec. 28 Tp. 8 H. It. 22 E. l>v certificate No. 415 of 1934.
and! unpaid taxes for the 1
of the members The taxes to be. sold evidenced The taxes to be sold represent SPECIALYOUR
Ii Review composed which has been Ignored until now. are are evidenced yeaiH iKJ.l: lu0:19.: both Inclusive
by certificate Nos. 448 and 1072 by certificate Nos. 247 and 1201
consisting amounting to $37.12.
of the Troop Committee I The three harbours are Boston of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and of 1928 and 1933 respectively, and ALSO: EVi* of 8W,i & WH of

of Dr. M. B. Herlong chairman; Norfolk and Bermuda; the Important represent unpaid taxes for the represent unpaid taxes for the SBVi\ Sec. 81 Tp 7 S. R. 22 K.. 157Acres.
E. L.. Matthews L. A. Davis Joe years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive years 1927 to 1I1.! :; > both Inclusive, CAR LUBRICATED FOR 3i|
part played by the people amounting; to $3.4.77. amounting to 4734. .
The tuxes to be sold are evidenced -
Wilson, and Frank' Robinson met of Bermuda in our early Revolu ALSO: Lots I and 2 of Rlk 3 Johns ALSO: Lot 5 of Hlk 23 TemplesAdd. r>v certificate Nc,.. 580 and 498 of GAS AT A PRICE
4 : for the purpose ot advancing boys tion Is especially Interesting because Hub-Ulv.. of NKV of NBVi! Sec. 33 22 B.The. ., to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 6 H.: R. 1132 and 1935 respectively and represent CAN AFFOI]
6 22
Tp S. R. E.I\ Acre unpaid taxes for the
( f and of awarding merit badge cred It Is BO little known. The The taxes to be sold are evidenced taxes to be sold are evidenced 1931 to 193! both Inclusive amount years TO PAYSmiths
I ,
by certificate No 248 and 1202 I
its. The following Scouts succem- ing to $202.42.A1.SO .
t leading characters are based on I by certificate No. 389 nf 1931. of 1928 and 1933 respectively, and
and : W 3-4 of NF. of NWVi\ '
fully passed their tests for these represent unpaid taxes for the represent
historical prototypes and are as, years 1930 to 1939, both unpaid taxes for the Sec. 12 Tp. 8 S. 1*. 22 B., 30 Acres. ,
respective ranks and will be presented I. years 1927 to 1939, both Inclusive, The, taxes. to be sold evidenced
I varied as they are unforgettable.I amounting; to $24.:27. amounting to $26.38. are -
their advance In AI.XO: W,"" of tIW\%. of Inclu"lv.1 by certificate Nos. 1114 and ItfUtt:
rating ALSO\ : Lots 8, 9, 10. 11. 12 of Rlk I
I These people seem so real It Is 11 Tp. A S. It. 21 B.. 20 23 Temples. Add. to Starke Sec. 28 of 1930 and 19.13 respectively, andrepresent Garag(
JackHonvllla at the
monthly Court The taxes ha snM unpaid taxes for the
I hard to remember that they lived to nv-a Tp. 6 S. R. 22 Io!. years
of Honor on the 23rd: 2nd Class In another century. ..d by certificate"No7. : Vf'"l930.1 The taxes to .b.. sold are evidenced 192U to 19:1: both Inclusive amount-
and represent unpaid taxes for theyears by Ing to $58.27. -
620 and 1203
Scout Buck McMlllun to First I Said\ certificates .
1929 tax togetherwitit
to 1939. both
"Song of Years ut 1930 and 1933 respectively and
l by $49.57. all subnequent omitted Levi
Class Scout. 2nd Class Scout amounting to or
represent unpaid taxes for the
; ALSO: WW, of of ed taxes will .be sold to the highest .hJ
Bess Streeter NWI/i NRi/ &
AldrIch years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive
Charles ,
Jones to First Class ,
NBVi of NW'4 Sec. 14 Tp 6. S. n., amounting to $99.88. I bidder at the Courthouse, door InStarke Wzt ttJtlLN/S
Scout. Tenderfoot Scout William The Author will be rememberedby 21 Ii*., 60 Acres. Said tax certificates together with : on the 17th., day of March uI _

Baker to Second Class Scout. her unforgettable novel "Lan- I I. The taxes. to be sold are evidenced nil subsequent' omitted or levied 1919 at 11:00: A. M
I Iiv certificate Nos. 146 and 148 I taxes will be Hold to the Dated thin the 25th.. day of February -
Tenderfoot Scout Billy Lee to Second tern In Her Hand." She again of 1930 and 1934 respectively and I Irepresent at the Court House door highestbidder InStark. A. H. i 1939. faz&2ePTo
(OFFICIAL SEAL!(; ) A. J. Thomas
: ,
unpaid taxes for the
: Class Scout. Tenderfoot Scout brings us the life of the pioneer 1929 to 1919. both Inclu"lv..lLhlOllntIng years IJ. .1939 on at the 11:00 24th.. day of MarchA. I Clerk of Circuit Court of llradford
o'clock A. M.
Sonny Peek to Second Class Scout.. I this time in Iowa. Mra. Aldrich to $182.94. Dated this the: 4th.. day of March L County Florida 3-3 3t 3-17

First Clam Scout Michael Dew toe enters Into the minds of ALSOSWVi: of SWVl\ Sec. 16 Tp. A. D. 1939.OFFICIAL.
f these .' him better chancein
I' 7 H. H. 21 }oJ.. 40 Acres. ( SEAL A. J TO WHOM 1' >I \V C-ON4-KHN give a
Star Scout. First Class Scout characters reveals their Inermost Th taxes to he Hold are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court) of Bradford Thomas. ,I TAKE /NOTICE' ; : That at the regular -
Knos: Hayes to Star Scout. First thoughts and emotions shaping hv certificate. Nns. 137 and 482 County Florida 3-10 3t 321(011CM Florida session which of the, Legislature of. start now on. out'j .
of tuB) :! and 1933 respectively, and convenes In TalluhasHte
Class Scout Leonard Smith to Star I their individual personalities' with represent unpaid taxes for the years Florida In April 1939 The systematic plan which will
1901 to 19'I9.: both Inclusive. OF S \1..1 Of TAX Hoard of County (Commissioners .of
Scout First Class such skill and amount
Scout George perception that the .'F.iI'iIFICA'I'F.SNotice !! Btudford enable
ing tn $187.15. County Florida and The your child to obtaina
Flynn to Star Scout. reader shares In all their poignant ALSO: SE'of; SWV Kx. 1 Acre Is hereby given that O. B. Board of Public Instruction for Maaa

Merit Badges were awarded as'j l dramas. In NM] Cor. Sec. 20 Tp. 7 8. 7*. 21 Crews has filed with me written I Bradford County Florida and The college education at amazingly -
I. 13, 39 Acre., request that the tax certificates to.gether Board of Unite! Trustees; of Bradford

follows: Frank Roblrmon III Signaling "Address Unknown" by The taxes to bet Hold are evidenced with all subsequent omitted I County Florida Intend to have aspecial small cost

and Bird Study Arch by certificate No... 232 and. 601 I up levied axes held by the State. .be act Introduced, and If possible -
; KreHsmann Taylor of 11)10 and 19.13 rerpoctlvelv. and advertised and sold to the highest: enacted. Into law providing for,
I Thoninx, Jr., First Aid to Animals represent unpaid taxes for the .bidder for cash. as provided by one-third of nil moneys to be rt"- Ask local

I 4ii and Music; Mike Dew Horsemanship This short story will be read In yearn, 1920 to Kl.11: both Inclusive, Chapter 1S296 of the 1937 acts of r rtue celveed from the State\ Treasurer nf our agent
half hour-but amounting to $103.84. Legislature, upon the following any other State: Agency by tin
an it will be or write
.* and First Aid; Comer Per- remembered ALSOAll' : NW'4' nt NKVi W of '.described' real estate In the County County ('''iii Ill 1.451 flflC re of Bradford, .
; ryman. Personal Health and a life time. There are Ity Kx.: 5 A.. Sold (' A. CrewH Ai of rtrudford. State of Florida, to- (Countv, Florida, un.l"rlnd by virtue I

only three characters in this I'x.; 5 A., Solil, t40V.. WlUon & Ex.: wIt: t of Chapter I I4S.12, Laws of Flor _
Safety; Enoa Hayes Personal story 1A.., In NIO Cbr. to J It. rtevll A SKH;\ of SWH & ay of Sr;:',. sec. ida, Artn nf I 1911: and all Acts __ I _
,. Health and First Aid to Animals I ; two of them speaking in an exchange Kx. shout 2 A.. owned, by 11 .S. 35 Tp. 8 S. R. 19 E.. 120 Acres. iimc-mlal'try. thereof and commonly : .

of letters the third being WnHilln. St-c. 29 Tp. 7 S. H. 21 10;,.. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced known HH the "race track funds, to
: Leonard Smith First Aid to An- 20 Acres. by certificate\ Nos. 2 and 8 of r be thereafter, divided I i In equal I |)or-

imals and( Pathfinding; Muddy the chief subject of their corres The taxes to he .sold are evidenced 11)30 and 1933 respectively and represent I lone between. the I said Board, of

pondence. One of the characters Iiv certificate Nos. 241 anil, 536 unpaid. taxes for the yeara County CommlsHliinerH I. The I Board 'r_
: Davis. Personal Health and Safe- of It30 and I'JM! : respectively and 1929 to 19i'i: !', both Inclusive amount of Public Instruction and The. Hoard 1 ) p '

,: ty. Sonny Haynes, Bird Study and la a German the other a Jew. Be rel>rt>sent unpaid taxes' for the yearn ing to $325.72.ALSO of Bond TtustecsBOUtli _, ,

sure to read this little sixty-four 192;!: to lfli: : both Inclusive, amountlng : Com at SW Cor of NWVi OF COl'NTV COMAU8SIONKRS : : -
George Flynn Personal Health. to $7040.AI.s ;. of NEV & Knn N 220 Yds to wire \ : : OF HKADFCmiiCOUNTY

The boys under the leadershipof page book and you\ will never for- tI: Begin 210 ft. E ot fI\\ Cor fence, thence K to McKinney Rranch ,1 FLOItlDABOA ,

get it. of SK'/i: of MEVt: Sec 19 & Hun N thence S along said Branch to S III! OF r'l'HI.IC INSTTU'I: ( E. R. BOWERSBox
Scoutmaster spent Thurs- 378 ft 10:., 104 ft.. S 378 ft. W 104 ; line of NEVt of NKV4\ thence West: :TION: FOIt BRADFORD COU.V
day and Friday in the woods and "Royal Regiment," by ft. tn tleg., Sec: 19 Tp. 7 8. !t. 22 a. to 23: Acres.The Keg., .Sec 12 Tp. 6 S. 11. 20 B.. TY: FLORIDA 303
The taxes to I he BOARD
suUl OF
are evidenced IIO.N'D TKt'STEES
on the banks of Sampson Lake. | Gilbert Frankau I bv certificate NOH., 259 and 1441 taxes. to be sold are evidenced 'J.' HIIAHFORD I COUNTY :

beginning the development of the I This is a story of two men anda of 11)26) and 1933' respectively and by certificate Nos. 23 and 61 of t FLORIDA Starke, Florida
represent unpaid taxes for the -" -
permanent Camp which has been woman and that woman the years. 1925 to ITI9: both Inclusive,

contributed to the Troop by the wife of the amounting. to 110.33.! charming
young commanding -
A 1.1'10 of Hlk
: VVV4
Container Corporation of America.In officer. CAMILLA beautiful T nl.y && Ct.'" 'ub-Illv.' ,t2-T.lvlllll".ton., of NKV4 tt .. ;4" "

honor of the doners the boys American and a southerner of MO'1.4 Sec. 28 Tp. II S. H. 22 B.
l have decided Tile taxes. to .be sold are evidenced -
upon the name for is twenty years her husband's I liy, certificate No. 385 of 1934 andrepivsent '

the .Camp to be "CAMP CO- Junior. A woman of honor she unpaid taxes for the years .
1 19:13: to iftto.: both Inclusive amount ,
This site lies on the I Is a woman none the I lells. MAJOR, hug to U2.n.ALNO ,* L. ., .

North Side.. of Sampson Lake about THOMAS ROCKINGAM, Scion of : WMi of SW<4 & NW/1\ of ; '

midway of that section of NKVi: i of SW'4 & Sij, of NK'/4: of ;eybd
an aristocratic military family In I SWISec.a: 14 Tp 6 S. n. 21 10:., 110 :
the lake, being six miles from a man of action. Respected bymen Ir Acres.Tliu.. p v .,

plan of the boys to build taxes to he sold are evidenced i1
sleepingquartern women usually fell in love i l hy certificate, No. 143 of 19.10: t

\ an assembly room. dock with him. With his birth and and represent. unpaid. taxes for the I
and years 1921) to 193'! both -
; diving float and to Inclusive
beautify breeding he'd aa soon think of amounting' to $208.12 t

: the site of Camp Cocoam by the falling In love with another man'I Sit, Id tax eerlitlt'ates 1 1 togethei with

wife aa fly to the moon. COLONEL nil taxes suhHequent will .be sold omitted to the or highest Levied. :

SIR GUY WETHKRED, l.lddor at the Courthouse door In ?
Starke: on the 24th., day of March
fierce of eye dictatorial of voice A. I). 1939) at 11:00: o'clock' A. M.

and Thomas Rocklnghum's chief. Pitted this the 4th., day of March :
A. I). 1939.tOFFICIAL.
|r! DIRECTORY The secret of Frankuu's
popularity SEAL A J. Thomas. ,
is that he absorbs one Into Clerk of Circuit Court of tiradford '
County. Florida 3-10 3t 3-24: k.
th that the ,
story so reader actually .

becomes a port of it. ------ i detz.1I .. .

"Days Of Our Years" by MtTUH: OK .IPIM.ICTIO KOII ,,. /, _

Pierre Van Paassen T.D: .:iuHennte .f
( 11111 >,,. Jt ll: >
This is an autobiography In NOTICE Irt MBHKHY (}".F.?. Ihe

that which the detail of the author'sSOTICM That Mrs. Thelnin Itedgrave Johrs S u 114' ir ,
hoMr nf Tu.. t ,
I'rnn.vmT. "' -, ."- er
-- tit >un. ,
Imned the 2nd day of September. .
everybodyknows OP AIMM.It'TIOKlllt A. l I' 19:15.: has filed same In my ,
> office ii lid has made application fur I'
't'l>Klil: : '
Si-sini.. Hill >... llltl: a tnx Mitld deed to be Issued thereon.

NOTH'K IS 1110:UK MY IIIVKN::. lowing certificate embraces" the fol I C (J
property. I In the L'1 S.
That Julia TlS'm,
linlder f
County of M'et. '"
: llradfofd. State: of Klor '
Oirllflcnte No 125. tunned the 6th., Ida, to-wlt
5etOT. 'lav of July A. l>. IOJ5: h.... filed. I.nts One: Three Itlork A Sve.nB c
-am. In my office anti haM madeapplication J
Innl Town of Stark, In MOV .
a tux deed to be SW Jg
V, Sep.: IS
Township II
I Issued thereon.Salit UnitRe 23 East. South.: r
"certificate embraces the ..tlowliiK t- .
COCA-COLA CO. f The' assessment nf the said ",
described .
properly In the
: "I'otiutv of Iii""lful',1 State: of Florida erty.110.1 under was, In the the said naim-certificate of Klvlna I.,.,. : (
rn-w It:
WE ARE :Mot gan.t'nless.
l.it 1 of Hlk 13 In cla.kiiiM. Ad.I said
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS to Mturke. S..". 2!) Tp' A. M. It. S3 10;. redeemed. according certificate shall be r
The assessment of I the said 1 to law. the
4 property p''l>erty described
utuler% the snld r.rtifiai.( IHHU- therein will be /
sold to the
-<1 was In the of W. highest hldiler at the .
niiin II. llolllnKxworth court Your
door on the first Monday / 7 schedule
CARPENTER'SThe Ext., In the month p needs
fnle..H HHlit certificate .shall be of April 19.19.!
i redeemed which Is the 3rd., day of April. 19.:,). 9
Rexall Store nccordln* to law. the l nl.(1 this 9th day of March. I C
property described I therein will he 19.19.
nold to the hlichest bidder (OH-KICIAL PEAL)) A J. Thomas. the '
at. Clerk of
circuit Court pause that
PLUMBINGPrompt of Hradt'ord
; court house door nit the first Mon County. Florida. refreshes
: Service at day In the month of April, III 1!II, 3-10 4t 3-31 '
4 which I. the r'l t l day of April 1939.
Reasonable Prices Dated thin Int.. day of March. I On the I.ov

Let !Me Estimate Your Job 19'1't.OFFICIAL:\ \onru or AHIM.ICITION job you've got to keep
( SKA: ) A. J Thomas. TA] IlKKU von \ S your wits about

C. M. RITCH Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ... 1(1:1): I 5 you. So it pays to be refreshed.

County. Florida. 3-3 6t 3.31 NOTICE IS HEKEHY <1VEV.:. A little minute
That 10'. M. Fackham for ",
holder of Tax: an ice-cold
i. Certificates Numbered bottle of
III renpectlvely.\ Coca-Cola and
DIRECTOR August 7th.. 1933 and U then
1M leads
September to better
: Bljr Many Year Experience Slakes! It Possible for Me to Render tiled same In my office 7th. 1936.and has has work better done.

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I mate Issued application for tax: deed to be I 10IJ

j MODERATE PRICESDeWITT .......l'tlv.ly.thereon.embraces Said the certificate following STARKE COCA COLA Bf
described -
properties In the County BOrTLING CO.PAGE
C. JONES: of llradford State of Florida. .

Starkfl. Florida Said Certificate No. 981. embraces

That Portion. of SWVi\ of Rlk 1 N I
I vt II 3 ,,, A That portion of SKV. ,



I i

Bradford.. County High School Journal 1 {

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ADKINS STAFF JR.'Editt B. H. S. TEACHERS OrchestraThe Meet The Seniors [ SENIOR CLASSES Society LITTLE WOMEN"' '
orchestra under the direc- HAROLD GRIFFISOn Misses Doshla Smith and Jua-

Reporters: \ InMructors Are tion of Mrs. A. E. Wall seems to August 18 1919, one of our nltn narefoot spent Sunday in i.

De41.1 I gmmetblPerrrmsnh I Attending Three Day be improving They have been most outstanding seniors of 1938- New !Slogan loll "Not Gainesville. "F".hIOI1 of the hour" Hi-gln

sith; ,, Alma Mar Murrhes Edwardst MeetingThe playing marches for chapel and 39 was born in Starke. After Kinlrfied. Just John Chalker visited In Middle- At 8 O'clock P. M. InWoman's

/ ,and Rowe Clara Flum have proved helpful to the stu- some discussion he was named thglnnlng"After burg during the week-end. Club r'

I teachers of Bradford High dents in marching In. The orchestra Harold. The young mart lived in -

School left yesterday ( is rather small; it consists of Starke with his parents until 19- many class meetings, thespnlol'll Mitts Christine Cutshaw spent Tonight beginning at eight o'-
EDITORIALtY&EKD Thursday) Saturday in Jacksonville.
the following: Piano Mrs. Brown; 22 when he moved to Miami. He have chosen, "Not finished. -
morning to attend the 53rd., annual Just for their Misses and clock, the Little Women present
violins Grace Dew and O. P. Hut- lived there until 1923 when he beginning" class inry rxiwaroa Mar-
: VS. SUCKER meeting of the Florida Teach- ton: trumpets, Arch Thomas, Jr. moved back to Starke, where he motto. It is necessary to have a ian Dowling were in Gainesville their "Fashions of The Hour" in

Some students of B. H. ers' Association In Tampa. and L. M. Gains; Slide Trombone, lived happly until 1926. Then he short motto In order to have the Wednesday. the auditorium of the Woman's

ently the graduation exer- The teachers spent Thursday, I I Emmett Perryman. Although It and his parents moved to Tampa, fewest letters to cut for the decor- Miss Knza: Weaver spent Thurs- Club. As the hands of the clock'
tended Bill Wainwright, today and will spend Saturday in Is small it Is making fine progress. where the boy entered school for ating exercises.of the stage for graduation day In Jacksonville slowly turn, clothes for every

' /m Lawtey. S. the a very profitable way. While at Mrs. Wall is very proud of the his first time. He went to school Frank Robinson attended the hour of the day will be shown.
duate of B. H. gave the state meeting, the teachers orchestra. there until 1928 when he moved Jack Williams, representativeof League Union In Campvllle Thurs-
iatlon Address. The title of will hear discussions on problemsof back to Starke and spent two the Herff-Jonea Company, took day night. I If you haven't any Idea about n

bject was, "The Young vital importance to education. EVERYBODYHAS years in school here. In 1930 he the order for the diplomas. These Misses Gayle Sewell, Louise I your Spring wardrobe, by all

la the Rural Corny Among the noted orators at the moved to Plant City, where he en- diplomas will be different from Stern and Betty Green spent Fri- means see this Fashion Show.

place Interestd convention Is Edward Tomlinson, A HOBBYNearly tered school and completed the i any other this school haa ever day morning In Jacksonville. Here, you can not only get your

:' This was a very talk. It was distinguished lecturer and radio, first six grades. In 1922 he mov- ; had. They are made of genuine Miss Clara Flume was In Jacksonville Ideas, but also spend an enjoyable

, appropriate becausey commentator, who speaks on I All The Senior ed back to Starke and enteredB. leather and open differently from Saturday. s '. '
ally l appropriate "Our Present New World Rela-1 Collect SomethingIt H. S. in the 7th grade, here he others that have been l issued In John Arthur Torode spent Sun evening..
starke, and the rest of tions." He has spent fifteen Seems has remained and !Is now a well B. H. S., because they are a new day In Lawtey. The models will come onto the

ord County communities are studying the affairs of South years I known senior here. Harold Is a- style.A. Miss Inez Rosier spent SundayIn stage from the dressing rooms at

ered rural communities. Hed American republics and has traveled Practically everybody has a hob- bout five feet eleven inches tall picture of the senior class, Ocala. each aide-nnd then walk down ;
out that It Is just as l>n- along the Atlantic and Pacific by, whether It's collecting stampsor and weighs about one hundred slx- taken by J. C. Hoover will be attached the ramp) to the center of the

it and essential for us rural It in ships, by rail and in the air- 1 learning all the new dance .ty He Is very Interested in foot- to the Inside front cover Snoop 'N Peep auditorium. This gives a better : ,

to have an education as He Is known from Mexico to Patagonia steps. A man in South Florida ball and will attain great successwe of the diplomas by ribbons of the view of the clothes and creates a
the people of the cities.s has a hobby of building miniature class colors more beautiful setting.
for his work in are sure. -red and white.A John looked so natural in Law
that live In the city thinkave fellowship among people promoting who have castles out of kitchen matches, anda By Andrew Redding. memory book attached gives tey Sunday afternoon. Miss Doahla Smith president of '

a better advantage than left their Imprint on the history preacher up the country collects 'the claaa motto, claaa colors, etc. I bet Clara and Mary are havinga The Little Women urges each Lit- Y

ral people. That Is true for of South and Central America live snakes as a hobby. Although ELLA MAE SAPP Since the class colors are red swell time this week-end. Clara tle Woman to be present

ason: We rural people can The entire convention will be the Seniors do not especially care On February :5, 1921, Mr. and and white, rod radiance roses Is in Tampa and Mary Is In Tickets are now on sale-you :'
.a are nearer and more ac- filled for collecting snakes, they do have Mrs. J. S. Sapp were blessed witha were unanimously voted to be the Gainesville. can buy them from any of the '
important events and
with the world's leadingry hobbles, for Instance: class flower. }
ed little black-haired, Those seniors are one nice look members)
many splendid discussions will be brown-eyed
farming. People can heard by able leaders as Dr. Allen Alma Murrhee saves old letters baby girl, whom they named Ella ing clasH. Their picture proves It This Is truly the greatest eventof

vithout many things, butan't A. Stockdale, who will give and souvenirs of the different Mae. They were very proud of Graduation In to you. We wonder why so many Starke's social season. You
food. Buts
live places she's visited. people who aren't seniors desire
her. a owe It to yourself to see this show.
an address entitled "Foundations
no reason of why other farmingand rural I of Amel'lcl1Life./ ." Louise Warren likes to read and Ella Mae has lived In Bradford Caps and Gowns picture too. It begins promptly at eight o'-
people I We miNt Vernon at school
collect poems. She also saves every clock He sure to come.
all her life. She
wes do not need an educaI Each teacher will attend the newspaper clippings and pictures. her County began Goodness! I wonder who that other day. He got mighty businesslike t
school at
think we need a better group meetings that are concerned Bertha Taylor colects old career man Is and what he wants. That all of a Euddon.
ion than the others because with the grades or subjects likes to memorize automobile stampsand Springs at the age of six. She was what all the seniors were say Some of our love affairs don'tseem 9 r'NKWHAa : "

n the world's leading IndusIt that they teach. license plate numbers. finished the eighth grade there, ing one morning several weeks to be getting along as the end of school nears the w

has been proven over and While the pupils rest the teachers before entering Bradford High ago. Their curiosity\ WitS satisfied smooth as they used to, and us- pupils of 9 P are thinking about '
hat with a little knowledge! will be enjoying the beneficial Lorena Rosier likes to collect I School In the ninth grade.! She Is when they were told that he was ually In the spring of the year, upending the dues. A class meet-

ertaln thing, that teat thinges educational program of the state. pictures. ''I now a member of the 1938-39 senIor the cap nnd gown salesman everybody Is more In the mood for ing will be hold soon and It shall w

better. Well, the same I Betty Jo Webb collects poems. class. After having the pretty girls of bo decided then. You can bet

applies to farming and to I II Mammy Sez: Doshla Smith saves souvenirs of i Ella Mae has always been a very the senior class try on different love.You will really miss somethingif that there will be a riproaringtime

businesses in the rural com- I places visited rides horses and active girl and a good sport In all gowns the girls decided on white you don't come to the Little when the trip or party ia f;

y. So after we finish high I saves newspaper clippings and pic- things. She Is 5 feet and 2 Inches silk sharkskin. It didn't take Women's function tonight. Your taking place. i
why not get a college edu- Well sir, fan me wid a brick tures for her scrapbook. 'tall and weighs 110 pounds. long for the boys to decide and limo will be well spent. Reporter "Buddy" Davis,
all ob dose seniors dere
[ and apply our knowledge I accepted John Torode likes to fish and Her hobbles are going to motion their choice was navy blue Spring has come! All our Jun- 4iF
Invitations to de banquet! Now
I own home town businesses. ain't dat Just dandy.I swim and all kinds of athletics. pictures, swimming\ and other out- The measurements of everyone ior and Senior girls are busy shop- Tho Telegraph will pay you So

I say they cannot go to col- I John Chalker likes to fish and door sports. Her dislikes are con- were taken one day last week and ping for the banquet. I bet they a pound for old utorll/od cotton
cause they haven't the i wants to congratulate our two loaf. ceited people, and hard woi k. the order was sent. will all look nice. r"lC'l'" No buttons or pants wanted'
1 Junior high classes. I think dat
But just stop and think i Jimmy Sewell likes loafing and Ella Mae has not definitely de- ,
dey is swell imitators-imitating .
tie people you know that I sports. sided what she will do when she
de seniors one week and de school
worked their way through 1. Harold Griffis collects arrow- finishes school, but whatever It ,1
About one-half of thed teachers de next. heads. may be we wish her much success. =

women in our county who Dat Epworth League ob Lawteysho Gene Long collects match box Be ,

college educations worked am making some swell plans covers. Juniors Working _+
pray through college.: IfBill i for de near future/ All ob you be Clara Flume saves pictures and

It, don't say that it is I sure to help dem. souvenirs from parties. Hard On Plans _

|ibis to do so.Mmary Now I thinks I had better talk Doris Silcox: likes to pick wild 4

to Doshla and Enaa. Dey has flowers. All the Juniors have been very "

done and skipped another day ob Vernon Silcox likes to have a busy and, you can guess whywiththe ONE _

Jingles school.Is good time. banquet coming on the nightof '

all ob you chllluna as glad a- James Kinchen likes to fish and the 24th. Everybody is ex-

1KST GRADE NEWSlike bout our two days ob vacation as loaf. cited-even the seniors. The

our number workbook. I is? It sho was a good rest from Sidney Griffis likes basketball Juniors have a chance to prove
(pictures to color and draw. school. I and experimenting with electricity.Enza that they're real hosts and hostesses -

problems to read and do. Weaver saves old letters to the graduating senior
You younguns has mighty CATh
learning to add and sub-
I for her clasa.
big week-ends ahead ob youso and pictures many scrap-

be good. Dat Little Women func- books. Last week a very interestingtalk
Miss Lilley, teacher. tion dls week and de Junior-Senior Ruth McGarity likes to keep was given by Ruth McGarity

IRST Banquet de next week. It's Just scrapbooks and play tennis. on "Etiquette." The purpose of s

nits Anders GRADE and NEWS Charles much too much! Ella Mae Sapp likes writing and this excellent talk was to Impress near Us price with these quality features
receiving letters and seeing good on the minds of everyone attend-
| sang a health song in As- Dat Clara and Ruth sho do have
the correct
movies. ing the banquet way
lots to talk about. Dey sit In de
Tuesday Irene Lewis likes to save pic- to conduct thelrself at a banquet.It ,
re back ob de room and talks and
studying about Holland.
|ve made windmills. talks. Let us in on a little ob dat, tures and keep souvenirs of placesshe was decided at the last Junior
has visited.J. that those
class meeting attending
M. Mlddleton, teacher. girls! B. Strickland likes to hunt, the banquet could come dressed
Seniors it's Just two more
swim, and fish. formally or informally. The reas- -
IRST GRADH NEWSare weeks 'till "kid day. More fun! to hitch-
Lloyd that the
for this is following
glad to have Harlis, I can see dem "kids" dressed up mischevious. .
hike and be banquet there will be a picture .
and Dorothy back in Marzle Howard likes to dance, '
now.Dat the
Christine keeps singing "It show sponsored by juniors '
swim, ride horse back and save and a dance sponsored by the "Llt-
N. Now. We
T. Green made a beauke Makes No Difference 1
pictures. tle Women." Music for the dance
and donated it to our wonder why? Hazel Thomas likes swimming, _
will be ably furnished by A
We are selling chances at Juanita sho does seem to be a horse back riding, and collecting
Anderson. Jr.
3 for She Is alwaysso
25c. The drawing mighty happy girl.
I'd' at Green's store, Satur- gleeful and singing. Maybe de pictures.Elizabeth Phillips likes to play The Junior class has appointeda

arch II, We hope to make love bug has done bite her. How ball and enjoys good committee to make "Sham-
money to buy our rhythm about dat A. Z.? movies.basket rocks," to sell to the public. These ONLY CAR with eight cylinder sell. MORE floor-to-roof height than in

hstumes and instruments. Marian and Helen are sho nuff Jewett Fogg likes hunting, fishIng "Junior Booster" tags signify ing for lees than $956.* any other low-price car. WIDEST rear
Itainly! do hard making plans for de that those who contribute and
thank working
Mrs. Green
and collecting arrow-heads. seat of any low-price car.HIGHESThorsepowertoweight.
1 cake. banquet. I Just feel It in my bones Wilier Mae Thornton likes wear them are "Junior Boosters. 0"1.CAR' ; with I full torque-tube
Mrs. Roberta dat it Is gonna be a success. In If by this time you have not pur- *
swimming and dancing. drive selling for lea than $956. ratio
chased we
tag ap-
de whole class is working your
likes swimming, *
ND Doris preciate your doing so. of any car selling for less than $806.
GRADE NEWS hard.Now dancing and traveling. ONLY, CAR selling for I less than
were sixteen A's in spell- cbllluns, don't forget to Whltebead likes fishing
day. study a Hazel $889 in which both front and rear GREATEST fuel economy in miles
get some shuteyesand JokesNew
mlsa Mary Furglna very little bit within de next few weeksob and Annie swimming.Mae Harnage likes fishing springs are relieved of driving and per gallon of any standard-drive car

She has moved away. school wid all dat excitement. and enjoys good movies. Comer: "You must have braking strains. with more than four cylinders, proved

e' Just learned a song about As ever, Mammy. Lorraine Hartman likes raising quite a few students here. How witlh, by the Ford "85" in the recent Gilmore. ,
'ro t, and we ?" ONLY CAR semi.centrifugalclutch Yosemite Run reported in I
are so glad birds. many have you Economy as !1

reading tennis, and pic about one in every ten." '
ming, say Sedan Jlitir s
SeventhLast ,
Kitty Hogsed teacher. Given By ONLY CAR with front radius rods in Detroit or factory

Mrs. Wainwright's -' tures.Here are the hobbles of some Ralph: "I hear you are making selling for I less than $898.* E
IIRD GRADE NEWS apro-j of the teachers that teach the good grades in Trig."
pre enjoying a study aboutch seventh grade gave Seniors: I John: "Not me-It's Jimmy" LARGEST hydraulic brake-lining ,1.01VEsr DllJ
viewing the teachers' trip ,, e :alJJ
people. We are making gram the week-end. A Mr. Atkinson likes to hunt area per pound of car weight in any ..r... .m.. P1llCE
Booklets, etc., Another In- In Tampa during of hats Mr. Beck Is interested in pho- Clara: "I understand Junior Is car selling for leas than $840.* Largest ." ,..,. .
of the future style '1/
'g preview FORD 60's ) "".
thing buslne II ra
we have learned tography and likes to flab. taking up the picture
rk is the "Story of the were worn by some of the pupils Long likes reading en- Enza: "I haven't read the fun- emergency brake-lining area of any V'8
"' of the seventh grade who substituted Mrs. selling for leis than $840.* j $5 A
,"no. and its rival "Mr for teachers. These hats tertaining in her outdoor living nies today car COUPE a
hope the Mexican charm .prp
n were made from phonograph re- room LARGER diameter brake drums than J M 0....
have rayon as good aa and strings and keeping bouae. Mother: "When you say your ". ..... ..
cords, funnels, boxes, cups, red Mrs. Vandlviere likes little boys, prayers don't forget to ask for in any car selling for less than $956.* ".

Mrs. Biggs, teacher. many other articles Including scenes dogs, and traveling. your dally bread." i..'
ribbons. The opening and Jimmy: "Mother."
Miss Stump likes reading
Guess scenes showed all the teachers get- I Mother: "What?"
[ collecting magazines.Mr.
Who? It seems
ting ready to leave. WhIttemore likes hunting, Jimmy: "White or rye."
that the car in which two teach- rORD
and chewing gum.
11 a member stalled on swing music
Is year. of the Senior ers were traveling was had Mrs. Williams likes chewing John asked a tough one last
She has black the highway; therefore they night. He wanted to know why

Own eyes and Is dark corn- to bitch-hike their way to Tampa. gum.Mrs.. B. Perkins farms and you couldr't make shaving cream .

height She Is about 5' feet 4 The closing scenes showed all of manages an apiary and produces by feeding a cow soap. Easy 10 Bay Easy Terms Generous Trade-in Allowance
and tired and very
Bnda weighs about the teachers very .
honey. a
willing to return home. Mrs. R. M. Perkins collects Mary: "I think Gene Is hinting .
girl Is not bashful Just before assembly was dismissed for Invitation to stay for din
and Is and sayings of prominent an
the most friendly girls of a balloon containing a poetry ner."

lor C1all8.a ,. reply to the Junior invitations was people.We will. have soma more hobbles Her mother: "What put that J. W. Andrews Jr.STARKE
Jr. to
of hint.She was voted on presents dby A. presides, of the of the Seniors next week. Idea Into your head T"

the laziest girls of the Buddy Bishop .._.--. Mary: "Well he Just told me my .
als but don't always be- Junior Class. Typewriter ribbons and carbon eyes were a* blue as blue-berry ,

rythlng that you read bee at the Bradford County Tel- tarts and my teeth reminded him FLA.
III not lazy at all. You GUESS WHO ANSWER paper egraph. of com on the cob." ,
eat her EDWARDS
some time ELAINE


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"Music At Home"Is Mrs. Laura Dees Miss Lillian Moseley Mrs. E L. Biggs Reviews this fascinating,- -

Theme of Honored on 80th Becomes Bride Novel At Book Club woman adjusted hersetfT UJ1\OIlV: ,

:f s ocietJJI Woman's Club MeetingOne Birthday AnniversaryMrs. Of Dr. Roy E. Miller Mrs. E. L. Biggs reviewed "All world first in a New } 1

of the most Interesting Laura Dees, of Mayo, cel- Mrs. L. E. Mofleley announcesthe This And Heaven Too," written by Village where she canned ,

meetings of the year was held I ebrated her eightieth birthday an- marriage of her daughter, Rachel Field, at the regular meeting commotion, later to eJ1i!]

--- Wednesday afternoon March 8, In I Lillian Elsa, to Dr. Roy E. Miller of the Book Club Tuesday Park where Cra
l the club auditorium with the president niversary here Sunday, March 12, son of Mrs. Boothe Miller and the night at the home of Judge and she caused endlry

I' Woodmen of World Mrs. Inman EntertainsA Mrs. L. A. Canova presid- at the home of her son-in-law and late Mr. Miller of Maple Crest Mrs. E. K. Perryman. light.Mrs.

Have District Meeting delightful fish supper was en- ing. She opened the meeting witha daughter Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Farms, Louisville, Ky., on March Mrs. Biggs, In an Informal manner Bigg proved her
r joyed by members of The Officer's new gavel which was presentedto 6, In as a reviewer tbUI'
The Starke Grove of the Wood- Green. St. Petersburg.The gave a brief summary of the by the
Society Club of the Woodman the club by Mrs. C.' F. Wferd. VlV!
men of the World was host Friday At noon the host and hostess bride an attractive bru- book stating that the story basedon with which she protraYed
Circle, who met Monday after- It was made by Mrs. Ward'snephew the
night March 3, to the North- noon with Mrs. Vonda Inman at Julian McDowell of Jack- served a delicious several course nette, is the daughter of Mrs. L. truth that is stranger than flc- :! ferent characters and b Y her
tion, combines the drama of one I.1
east Florida District of the or- Kingsley Lake. sonville. In a few well-chosen chicken dinner to their guests, all E. Moseley and the late Captain and witty Criticisms of
of the most notorious murder the
of the State Farm. She itself
ganization. The meeting openedat Plans were made for entertaining words Mrs. Canova thanked Mrs. being Immediate family and rela- Moseley Bradford cases in France with a period of I I I
Ward for the gift. was graduated from Mrs. L.
8 o'clock In the Woman's Club Mrs. Dora Alexander Talley tives of the honoree, who had come County High School In the class American history covering the' D. Vining. chal Jl'IIIaa
Auditorium.A national president of the Wood- During a brief business meet- New England and New York of Education of the Worn I
from various of the state to of 1938 where she ,
business held man Circle who will be a guest of Ing Mrs. T. T. Long moved that parts was a popular 1850 to 1875. The heroine, Hen- : presented the reviewer to Q
meeting was
member of the set. Sinceher
the local grove on Friday night, Art. II, Sec 2 of the by-laws be be with this charming lady on this younger rietta eners. br
/I after the call to order and a com graduation she has made her' a woman -
/ mittee to have charge of the next April 7.After. changed to read "The Past Ex- occasion. home in Jacksonville and Tampa of rare gifts, fortitude and

district meeting, to be held in the regular business was ecutive Board members shall meet Covers were laid for the following and was employed In Tampa at magnetism lived as governess in

a Palatka In June, was appointed. attended to, the club adjourned to with the new Board at its first : Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa, the time of her marriage.The the ill-fated household of the Due

The committee was sworn In by meet with Mrs. L. S. Hutto on meeting, for the purpose" of giving Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peacock and bridegroom Is the only son and Duchess de Praslln, and be- Put

Soverlgn Mick Kain of Jackson Thursday, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. information etc. and to daughter, of DeLand S. C. Peacock of Mrs. Boothe Miller and the late, came unwittingly the pivot about

ville. Judge A. Z. Adkins was change last sentence of Art. IV, of Umatilla, Mrs. Irene Mr. Miller of Crest which that famous crime revolved.In .
Maple Farms
k called upon and made a short in contributed a song, with Mrs. KIn- Sec. 1 to read "The Installation of Johns and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louisville, Ky. He attended Kentucky 1847 she faced a hostile police, BEAUTYOn

V teresting address on fraternalism, caid at the piano, who likewise officers "shall occur at the June L. B. Dees, and Miss Gladys Dees, Military Academy, University pleading her own case before the

f Interspersing his remarks with the accompanied the next two songs meeting. This change will enable all of Mayo Mrs. A. H. Green, of Kentucky and the Medical chancellor of France in the inure

1 droll humor for which he la noted. and dances performed by Miss duties incoming officers to assume their and Robert Green. College of Richmond, Va., in 1035, der trial that was the sensationof Your Foot I
two months before the club
An unusually Interesting enter- Grace Dew, talented. singer and During the day the poem below interning at Doctors Hospital two continents and robbed a

tainment program arranged by the I dancer, well.known In this part of disbands for the summer. was presented to Mrs. Dees by her Fifth Ave., New York City. Returning ; French King of his throne.
After adjournment of the business ii i-
ladies of the Woodman Circle was the state. nephew: i to Louisville, he acceptedthe It Is, In fact, the story of Rachel Sketched file

presented next, beginning with a The Lake City Woodman string i meeting under a delightful program appointment as resident sur Field's own great-aunt; for after (0 1V's stock. Ask w
w : the direction of Mrs.
",' M tap dance, by little Miss Joan Carpenter band was present and played two D. E. Knight chairman of music, JUST A LITTLE RHYME geon at the Louisville Memorial winning her freedom, Henrietta see stive

Jeanette accompanied Klncald at by Mrs. selections at this time, following was presented to the club. In the To Aunt Laura Hospital where he has practicedfor took refuge in America where she

the piano. which delicious refreshments were absence of Mrs. Knight, MissEvelyn By S. C. Peacock the past two years. married the youngest of four famous -
Miss Anita Courtmanche, accora- served. The band played several After a brief trip through the I brothers, Henry M. Field,
Stump announced the various
canted by her mother, Mn J. H. numbers while those present were numbers which Included family Another Til-Inuring year ltd Joys has and passed sorrow away, state visiting historical points of preacher, editor and writer.

Courtmanche, ..t the piano key served. The The tick of time we cannot stay, Interest, the couple will return to Mrs. Biggs brought out the fact
groups. program was as
board, rendered a violin solo thatwas The evening was concluded with follows: Each day become tomorow. Louisville where they will make that the most charming part of

enthusiastically received. an hour of square dancing.to the Aunt Laura panned another year. their home at the Lafayatte apartments the book tells of the heroine'slife
In Home
The Informal And IB frank enough to admit It,
Ill} The Woodman Circle quartette I music of the string band. talk by Mrs. L. A. Canova. In For she In happy and full of cheer on Louisville Boulevard. in America, the way in which
And Btlll a lively old cricket. I
her talk she stated that the worldIs ,1 I
full of music and that people An she reaches now the 80th. year

Of a life that has Keen very much, m
love music. She also asked that People here and everywhere
we learn to listen so that when the Can recall the soothing touch TO THE PUBLICI
Of willing hand and loving heart $2.25 & $2.50
notes have gone we can still hear: And her ever happy smile
them in our minds. Mrs. Canova Vnr Khe baa practiced well the art
Of living; a life worth while.
very forcibly brought out the Influence wish to announce that I have changed locationsand
music has on the lives of 80 It In. fitting that on thin day .Soaring up your Inntcp 1

children and gave a list of vlctrola Come All of to those the home who of can Lorenio get away& May I am now manager of the Amoco Service then perforated and gaily,q|

records that would help the childto And nay from far and near we come to Station located at the intersection of Roads 13 out this smart little tk i

appreciate good music. "Much love to you-and a Happy
k "Pickanniny Sandman," song Birthday." and 48.I all you could ever ask b

Marion Brown, accompanied at comfort combined \lh btu,

FOR THE LADIESWE the piano by her mother, Mrs. II. I ]Election of Officers will give the same type courteous service at Lace It snugly over your Injfc)j

C.Trumpet Brown. solo, "Sailing Over the For Woman's Club my new location as I have given for the past I strong feel the steel firm shank support. .'d"

HAVE A MOST Irish Sea," and "Suwannee Officers) for the ensuing club fourteen years at the old one. in
revel the
well-dre.ned l I Is
River, Arch Thomas, Jr., accom year will be elected at the regular I

COMPLETE LINE OF panied Clarice at Thomas.the piano by his sister, business meeting of the Woman's I will also have the agency for the Florida Motor It gins your foot !

READYTOWEARMILLINERY "The Bells of St. Mary's" vocal | Club which will be held Wednesday Lines. Thanking you for the past and future I In white or Japonica, and i

duet, Misses Juanita and Sara afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in I a sensible medium hffL
I patronage, !
SHOES Barefoot, accompanied by their I the club building with Mrs. L. A.
{' sister,, Mrs. L. J. Green. i
AND HOSE "Little Hands" and "Twinkle I Annual reports of the present j. M. ALVAREZ!

Twinkle Little Star" cello solo officers and committee chairmen LACY CONWAY r Est. 1894
Fay Yarborough accompanied by will be read at this meeting.

ALSOA her aunt, Miss Alice Fernandez.. All club members are urged to Till}( DEPENDABLE STOlJrAGB '
"The Corn Gift," violin solo, I attend.

MOST BEAUTIFUL LINE Mary Alice Yarborough, accompanied ,
by Miss Alice Fernandez.

'OF YARD GOODS, Dance, Kasper Duncan and Dot- .
tlo Sue Diggs. The accompaniment .

: was played by Kasper'a 1

L Priced From mother, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, and r ,
I FOURD.tYS MARCH 15, le, 18
sung by Dottie Sue's mother, Mrs.E. 011E ;
L. Biggs. 4 '

lOc to $1.00 a Yard "Oh Susanna," song, Pitner CEO / CARPENTER'S

accompanied by his -
"Up-To-Date March" Adam mM AT THI REGULAR 'Iuer.
Glebel) Mrs. L. A. Canova and Pack 200 Klenzo JIlL 5O'size KlenrofocoanutOil 4OepacklOO'Puretrst+ = ualityCast'FACIALTISSUES
Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. 5'i:
We sell men's up-to-date Stock Suits in four "Sarabante" (Carl Bohm) and SHAMPOO ASPIRIN TABLETS PIPE''

"Two Guitars" (Horlick). Miss ",tiJW"r _""" 41..c. "- 1,1. .WIIhunhw. N_ .. ,. Wllh. .......w...... LINEN FINISH
styles and patterns and also handle .1 TtH' .wataf .o.pA... 'r tw.roNw..- rhll ). .
we one Anita Courtmanche, concert violinist "' =- ... pt1- 1 1.. WllhpY.Na.. ,.
Exea SMmpoo.ltb IIIIa .
quJltr 10ft. .. tacaml 00rodutt Ifo
of the best accompanied at the ... ... tough 'I, and M,.10ft. Ion. h M'. Elul r..r; }N61N> o'PurolatAtpGeU(
Tailoring Lines known at $22.50 piano by hroN.cr_.. UN 'DO .d. S 1.lIp.....01 .ukk .....llrom .
mlrelloa. ......
,,. ... ilia kind 1016 ,
Mrs. J. II. Y ul .' Ia p. of" IM "0" .. .,
ducomlmt A ,
Courtmanche. .hu"w"' .". .. ...., ....... dandruff 01 1 coldl n""I V' Llbner rib h. real qutllrr r. nnpk
... ,
and for full ... ,.
up suit. No C. O. D. or deposit Following the program delicious mn.tir.hn.od -" I'" pour.orr..pond..t.n.h... 50 rnrdoNlkoer

required from good reliable parties. refreshments of Ice cream and ,.z; [h rN sUSAt 6 :: .. wtasts r.

cake were served by the follow KtntnlAbTYlwrrsNEEDSIoaoa $1Oquality 1S warroaur ,
NEW LINE OF ing hostesses: Mrs. C. E. Johns, SYMBOL / RE xut +ilable
Knight. Mrs. J. E. HOT
SPRING & SUMMER ,..... q tl
M..r T
Wilson Mrs. J. C. Wallace Mrs. Gardena WATER / : on. Wc41 Y K I T /
J. C. Booker Mrs. L. G. Powell, p.SnReg.500sire ..
son t
PANTS Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr., and F ace Creams \L- a U.IdnLIo tI rMdo .u :"k krouge,
Mrs. l
R. J. Davis. 1 ,
WIth ._
I' at .... 100 s'-.mn 1MOeSORr Y
Mr. and Mrs. Williams vms.papa..mNN".Hsep'1. /fpai4 s' R 6RTtrrlhll'rl/1od _
ae.ury bNann mor..eonamkd rhe xN, ten. nll.bb hN .a1M beast band,, V
j Entertain Faculty IA N mama t Ihew prla,. ra nom bur N.d. N Sat gwlly r.bMr that wle whbNmd SgO, d'' S tAT t.V M
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ti.Clan.ing.. C..... Cold Crum.Fim.bng C,..,, a IN N bard meats. Tight-Suing Noppm p.e. N 11f1L R B r /rke p I 0 N E RY '
Williams C..w. I..k.... TH..dr.nl.,.or hi. .1,prk,. .araw. ,real.i.; q.alry .. Ili '
were hosts .. 1IY R w b.
Friday bar
night when 49cul/ ..tu r.+ el Ara m.b ,. ,tiara 'g Q.R
= pint" II opiKt'sn1L m a
the they entertained the members of Mi31 1 SOlution .NO .W 8 O t ANtlt .)1' k, N..., Inep.n enl.n. a. .h

SHIRTS & SHOUTS High faculty School of, the of Bradford which Mr.County Williams t.n, = ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION Cod Liver OIi' = .Ir b.. a bejL. r

Is 1 i = ..."" Wlth. pwaar Nor,. -.:::' ::'::- rew9v//, M
principal and ..
few '' G
other 1JW
..Y roa.k ... L A

25c Each $1.00 to $3.95NOFADE guests summer with homo a of fish Mr.supper and Mrs.at the N. It.a'- I.atl.,.u.U.. u,.wok.....11"".wa.h''er. w",,, dlD r.n./.....b'u Cn.I :LI.pt'the'. :0"\Im h.N ran'..::I N.'m.l 1M Asa.aura +v =- arYl.rTill 9Si A, Oadn nobl.u PVC. COMPACT M,A 'o.,

D. Wainwright, Jr.. on Crystal 1QOTN BRUSH modern,W a I II n ww .
50'pintsize Purefesf mH C'I
25d m"'F
NON CREASE pack 2S \ "*"a
Prior to the supper Plain or Mercurochrome i' ."..,, ,
many amuse 11
WOOL LINED ing and novel Rubbing' Alcohol I R /I a wore broth,.
SHIRTS I games played on the RE MADE .ta.NWlpk..
banks of the lake were enjoyed ,). Wh,::::: l, ', r

All Sizes 13to 18 TIES by the guests. 358oz size 1{.. .... BANDAGES" w..... ............ 75e ,r
> Those present to enjoy the hospitality HARMONY E"J07, 1k. _hi.... ,ai.llnl. 1":: -.......- 4 ; ""atrtt
I Summer Colors of Mr. and Mrs! Williams Bay Rum roahl .eah of a tab down It..,. .... .. ._ ..nd.... uiiFstad Mineral Full" P IntsireMa/J
55c or 2 for $.100 I MMEN'S were iss: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberta wdk ON.IIlab..1I1J sot.Irrit....4.ltoll."'. akla. II .a.d daa I. ,1m.,.."',u.nwin..'OU'.d rtYlKNteTape ....,... "........::'--.aM"e..'i/I. ,j Almond Nand .
Kitty Hogseu.! W. H. Graham. 1,1. fl.....,odor. Stay U. ID" .IDP.n."ft Set,, ...
--- Mr. and Mrs. N. N. .. sowN .umnwrmt, .W a.- w--:_ .,,' 10 M,::th..k.I lub, .. ,''IN'50.,
SPRING AND I I Prevail Mr. w+...A...,.www. p' .ralck ara. tone, Wb. Renyww .
and Mrs. H. B. .w ans. r. J.Ir Ir.Iwr.-oM :II Inq Cy..nii 1 I .or huOAne tM 6 prl. thot'."' .
SUMMER Lazenby Miss f : :I all ....
tnryoa. un .Bard 11nGy Talc I.e wa.rpnol, doubk f hlrhne, .. fotlan M Vu
Mildred Morgan, Miss Ernestine n, n.rlleed. 9w1'' for Soc. la tin
SHOES AND SOCKS I{ Buddlngton, MissTlllle Mae Hln- @' i. 2 FOR 75 r'ra.crlon j fur your "ewChlb

OXFORDSConservative son Mrs. Karl Searing Mr. and lkbynJ.M1 L axnGt'e 2.Ue l0l4YAily TNFgrRICAIsoxal/

All Latest Colors andStyles Mrs. W H. hart Miss Lucille g- z..........._,'001_". 2 4 .I.<: "',... CRFA M (
Fit ..
and Sport 3 pairs Kennedy, George Manussa Mr. and Chvsrb.5.pp..ihrln 2'.e FLASH G H .. .......... ., ""
Mrs. I. ::
R. F Demoreat, Mrs. G. A. 50 "uall Y BATTERY Ha1Pi bees r.
_., Ih.
$1.98 Anderson, Mr. and Ortn :2P05 :'::=-:g '.1" Iookinll
to $5.00 $1.00 bite J. H. P3C1COne f ZincSiear(1r. 2Gje lL b..,.
Whittemore, Mrs. S. P. Vundivlcre sz
REXET'rESRY Vowder ...,, Bou'O f'.sr.nt
Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. face daW,
Bynum S
:; ; nap.a
For infants Perkins. John Atkinson, Dow K''N S t-1'.5; 41 ..I.ql W,0-vines Soap '"'
and girls up to 14 old Beck, G. N..1P ....-- 1/r .... _
years we Mr. and Mrs. T. T. ,J. A_II" ..., lap':,.
have an excellent line of Ready-To-Wear. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall Mrs.Long H.,, :::0:.._.-.-_.._ ... ";-':; -old. t\.l. tllnk 3t"frrJ Alk R6e IIVRE kz;M 'l7 ....'u...... "reeII.n" / :.ky".nh"UIIYy"/. /",,, ,+'L,

Visit our large i C. Brown Mrs. D. P. Carpenter ......bNb- Neia11'1HW.NI11' .... ";""I"J.,. ... 11.v. .i"MhrA.km. ,
new up-to-date aoI ; S,
store, where | Mrs. C. W.CbalkerMlss Dorothy Bay th ,klaa .t tkt. ,Jdd.PN':::.u.- r,5 OLIVE OIL Ze tub; a Std ---

you will be greeted with a smile, whether Swambom Mr. and Mrs. N D. ...II";: .."-'-. "''b"''';'':':. _"'7 .....-. lfaby Pants .t'lc 2 { 4OcM .IUS files wths Silavlllg 9

you buy or not. Wainwright, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. I .mast 'eat' t'1 cha' 11(11 SIYate.11o11fB .... "- .. CI1'c1m

Y' Jack Williams. 9OO Stork i.alad r.5.;;;:: mrady,", m.? MA"' ; ".._ ,

Trade At ALEXANDER'S and Save The regular business and program I[ .. .:; .rty ...,..... FIl

meeting of the Woman's 8911 pack 50 Pur.test Bing this
I Coupon and
Alexander Church Missionary: will Society be of the Baptist HALIBUT LIVER Oill3ra q.39esretfrbesRexallM; et of ,1 ,
& Co. held Monday afternoon 1 CAPSULES MAGNESIA :
at 3:00: o'clock PASTE 1
Mm. W. at the church 1 .//I K T\It tea/ .\ \, Bar.Wn A.uUrapa and brl". Iln aramlt CHOCOLATE BARS qer
4 B. Alexander I p.'t' tawra.d a eunry Nn Oo. C.nl &l, Drug 1 ; ?
.e I
1st vice- tlert a. _
E. HATFIELD t. dbN M bola Ntt. IN pt Nr. SV, 1
/ rpiOi al, J9,,
Mgr. president, A Nr N 164
l presiding. dom.N. d
} 3 I, Mrs. H. L. Hough leader Circle No. A'rde.._ .... Addmt .. _.. 1 ", "' all durkg.u AJ/rlf.--uh A A Hunt. 1N ,m, tw tt Y web ,.N
will : .A.N ebak. .
VA.Y. 01.OYIOa g of m.
let rk .
have 1r10 hteme wJ
charge of the ew OM.t.eT 1 hero Th. ,
Hp N
program. R 4 m..11 a.IW? a a. way
R f. .Itlnyrt .Iq h the kid... .: _



J t(..

PARK 11'I'11I
=____. ----------- ------. "____n__ __ __ __'__ .. ----- -- r
Wilkerson 1 Mrs. P. S. Denmark spent State Superintendent of Public BirthsMr OTICR': OF STOt'KIIOLI/ENe---- -
Sun- I al days last week in sever-I Instruction Colin English spent a MKIiTi11'
and Mrs. Wilmot Brown.
R Wllk- Beach with her -. few minutes with friends here
, Theressa, boy March 1. Take Notice that a meeting of the
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. i Tuesday. lie was on his way from I tackholl
Mr. and Mrs. West Grlffia.Sturke !!!. 8TATH
Thomas.Mr. Tallahassee to the teachers' convention boy, March 1. ItANK, a corporation In called end
spent in Tampa. will be held at ltd banking houua

IDeal Mr.her son-and and Mrs. T. Frank Land- Mrs.; W. E. Middleton has returned In Ida,L.wtsy at .1 i'.Bradford]\(. o'clock County on March Flor
rum and children spent the weekend W. P. Smith W. P. Smith, Jr., to her home here after 31 193!. for the purports o selling
. In Inverness with Mr. Land- Bill Mundy, Dr. J. W. Brownlee, spending several days at Jacksonville and house oCnve'lnl and site and Its adjacent Meld banking property -
CONCERNING OUR Wade and rum's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Charles Darby and Merrill Mc Beach a* the guest of her and any and all It* other real r
Landrum.Mr. Millan attended a night skeet brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and and, personal property, receiving
PROGRESS OF T Mr. and 81 1(39 for the purpose of alllnir
1 shoot In Jacksonville Thursday Mr. W. Q. Dowling.: and pudnsr upon bid for any and
Sunday all It. real and .
personal propertyand
and Mrs. Milton Brownleeand night of last week. other assets, and avery part
baby, Catherine, of Haw- and parcel thereof receivingand
Boa ScnetfuleNorthbound: passing r on accounting. of it.
at the thorne spent the week-end here as Mrs. Mamie S. Robinson returned agents. officer. and trustees. electing -
Frank Lee wad a guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. officer, appointing trustees, ,
Mrs at Athens, to her home In St. Petersburg and .
City. 2:45: a. m.; 0:20: a. m. 1:50: p. m. transacting; all other bualn..eof
tor in Lake here with Brownlee.Mrs. Monday after enjoying a visit the corporation andnr| pertnlnlnit
3.00: p m.; 6:15: p. m.; 10.13: p. m. to the sale and deposition of each
t here as the guest of her son and and every It. assets and windingup
rs K. G. Duncan was a O. L. Beasley returned to daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Southbound Its affair.
,Iwr In Lake Butler, and Mr. her home here Tuesday after Mrs. Frank Robinson. 12:20: a. m.; 2:20: a. m.; 10:20: a. m. .R. R. Thede.A. ,
Its vlce-I'reitldent
spent spending some time in Tampa I I 2:20: p. m.; 8:60: p. m.; 8:20: p. m. S-ir It I-S4 ,t
jjr. tarGtJHnesvlBeehop Glen St. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. L. W. Strickland and I -
ur C. Durden. children of Wildwood, Mrs. C. W. :

Beasley and son Skippy, of.
dente Burglary and Gainesville and Miss Beatrice i Easter Parade i
Miss Katie Fugate and Claude
Plea*e Phone of Palatka
il 50 per y('W' Alvarez of Jacksonville spent the Moseley of Jacksonville were!
1C Wall, Agency. Mr. and week-end here as guests of Mr. guests Friday of Mrs. L. E. !I .t "LITTLE

Flynn, Jr., spent and Mrs. J. F. Colley and Miss Mosley.Mr. .
ek-end in Gainesville with L. Mon- Virginia Fugate. i GIRL"
was ac- and Mrs. Lacy Rtgdon of
fay C. Friends of Mrs. J. W. Klncald Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith
he Rev and Mrs. Frank I will be glad to learn that she has I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. FROCKS
on spent Monday In J recovered after being confined at They were accompanied home by
le. spending her home several days this week their little daughter, Bonlta Fay,
with her because of Illness. who spent the week-end with her f ?

Miss Abble Harley will Dr. and grandparents.Mrs $3.95up
L week-end In Gainesville I I L. A. Rennolds returned to Richmond I
ends Va., Tuesday after spend- E. L. Biggs, Bobble and I
will be 'ing several days here with Mrs. Dottie Sue Biggs Mlsa Abbie liar-
lra. J. J. Rigdon and Miss has recov Rennolds. who accompanied him ley, and Mrs. Susie Griffin of I
dOll attended funeral to his as far as Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville, house guest of Mrs.
Jacksonville on Wednesday Biggs, spent Sunday In t. Augustine 4
it week for Mrs. Rigdon's and Mrs. Walter Lutz of with Mrs. O. J. Griffin and r FnahIon-hit frock to make
L. Ary Wildes. C. Parnell New Brunswick, Canada, en route Owen W. Griffin. you enchanting I "Vrwal C
Sat- from Miami were guests the first
ml with full dancing/ skirts
Mr. of the week of Mr. and Mrs. James '
Lamb and Miss Pat Lamb. latest In the new Gypsy
fashions choome your to-

and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, en' r tliiy I Crepe, 8I1a'(''''.
were route from St. Petersburg to St.
and Mrs. Augustine were guests Sunday and 4r p
Monday of Mrs. Guy's parents
: Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.

Soc-will Residence, Burglary Insurance ProvidesCASHIn

I at three- 37.50 per year Please Phone 140. even of accident. '
II. C. Wall, Agency.The .
of illneii.
CASH-In event
CASH-To hoipital bill..
us.exceed $114,000,000 and F. F. W. C. T. U. met with Mrs.J. CASH-To par pay doctor bill..

T. Quigley last Friday for an CASH-Or a monthly I Incomefor New Sandeze Sports Wear
iMoit than $6VOOOOOO Insurance ot"c Planning Interesting and ..Instructive program life at retirement. '
In force Monday. on temperance. The Union CASH-Or a monthly Income Beach EnsemblcH in all the '
meets with Mrs. W. P. Smith to- for your loved one. in ,
r than 90 per cent of the 350 and day. event of premature Exciting Colors Corabinations 1
American Life Insurance companies death. I

Mrs. W. S. Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned to You pay for Perfect Protection -
Reliance Life has paid more than 123 whether you own it or not--
her home here
million dollars to policyholders Dowling. spending six weeks Monday in Daytona after DAY Send-for comrlete detail TO- "Say It With Flowers" t 1 '
and beneficiaries since
organization Wall of Beach with her son and daughter- II 1
I in .
1903.iHUtOLD last week- ,in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. B. HAROLD C. WAIX, Agency CLAR.JEANSHOPPE
Thomas.Dr. .
C. WALL, Agency II. Mundy Reliance Ufo Insurance Company 1,1
Fe Lake.
{Reliance Life Insurance Company of Plttsburg
of and Mrs. Roy E. Miller were Phone 97 or 31
PHtsburjf wlllbe guests a few days this week of
recover- Mrs. Miller's mfcther> ,*Mrs L. c
to his Moseley, en route from their E'I
of Illness. ding trip to their home in Louis i
ville, Ky.

as guests spent Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleoand s. R. Johns DELIVERY .
daughter daughter, Madge spent the I ;
t n Nassbaum. week-end In DeLand as guests of PHONE _
w if !<<
i Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Friendsof
Wednes- Mrs. Futch will be glad to learn
was ac- that she is somewhat improved
Ruth after being confined to her home & Sons 45
there. because of serious Uine ". J

Augusta, NEAR TUB S A. L DEPOT ,


<< Jackson- YOU! I'LL DO A


{ week here
S. Stro- 24 LBS.
:from an

yi '

10 Lba. 5 Lba.

:F i V xc TTt0L GRITS 20c SUGAR 21c i

10 Lbs. Quart

c; MEAL _><. 7 C SALAD DRESSING 20 C t

Our Special Country RollBUTTER
r 15c 29
it 6 head of COFFEE Lb. Lb. '-
t : red,

., swallow, and ing The range new Duo-Therm gives you clean oil-burn, fait, 5 Lba. 17e 3 Lba.

fork and thrifty heat-at a cent that' RICE BANANAS lOc
less than half the average coat
ear. Old of manufactured goal

: ,, e ,. y CI)' 30.Butler No-, wherc-eacort It brings gas convenience coal, wood any, 4 tall Libbya 25c COMPLETE LINE STRAWBERRY -

,R Ot"OO. : ltp out ashes of, dirt your and kitchen nuisance, perma right MILK CUPS & CRATES Ali
s peas al- nently.
collards. Ask about our EASY PAY- 2 Lbs. Strip Breakfast %'
Itp MENTSI 25c 20c
Starke on f : '-' d"1 Lafayette St. Will sell all or "', 1""" ," .s. Z.y. No. 2
loca- ., .... FAT
part. These lots in good '"'*"" -- -Yo" ; '""" 18 6
tion to be sold cheap. James HENS C TOMATOES C
Lamb Starke. 3-1G-2tp

sHo S ? : AZALEAS- Genuine Indian Formosa :: ,/. 'iii' ,. 3Staley'a" 10 LBS SWEET
lavendar, a fast i":; lOe 13c
: deep -_ slILtd STARCH ; POTATOES
A3v grower 8 In. $U 50 doz.; 10 In.
$2 doa; 12 in. $3 doz. f. o. b.- .">/...v. ..:>',.'!t 1
-.. f
h Belvedere Azalea Gardens -- 2 LBS 2 LBS.
till Nursery, Earlton, Fla., P. O 20c 20c
Waldo Fla. 3-10.-4tp u APPLE JELLY PEANUT BUTTER Y
BtaocUrd br

1 FOR 11 and SALE 12-Temple's Best offer addition gets Iota to UeAerwrieerrLabvatr
Starke. Mrs.. P. E. Bailey, Cam-

$2.98 illa, Ga. 2-24 4tp DUOTHERMoilburning F CLEAN CS F

r WANTED Man for Rawlelgb 1 35 MEAL JLo5 0
I Route in Bradford Union, Putnam E WHITE CORN o (! E Y;
4 Counties. Permanent if RANGE
you are a hustler. Sales way up '
this year. For particulars write E 16 E
Rawleigh's, Dept FAC-223-103V QUIGLEY & DAVIS 1 80 per 1 55

Vaughan.Memphis, Green Tenn., Cove or see Springs E. C. D SCRATCH e SHORTSGOOD Dw

Starke Florida
Fla. 4tp 3-17 ,
',I'; ;

-. M
.... "
Si A,

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r Aon six =--.:..:-
-- -
-- = ._. .- .- T : I has been
= --- -- STATION WORKERS GIVE la Roberta, $79.17: Kitty Hogsed.I VANDERBILT a resident ot Crook\

ADVICE ON VARIETY OF $60.16; Evelyn Ritch, $69.67; Ed- I 1 1I Miss Velma Norman Cor. since December 1924, 11M IVII !
TheLetter member of the
PROBLEMS OF FARMING na Prevatt, $72.83; Ernestine Bud- Christian Urch.k
FARMERS SECTIONNOTES dington. $63.33; Edna Hart, $79.- Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp and He is survived by ha wire kra

_ (Information in this column: :17; Lucile Edwards, $66.50; Mada- I Boxi family spent the week-end in Jim Mott three! sons Lori* 0 J
INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWfclW Willie Mae relatives. John, and two daughters,
OF comes from research workers of line Andrews $63.33; Gainesville with karj
Sue and Bonnie,
-.WL the State Experiment Station in Hinson $72.83; Bynum Perkins Miss Marjorie Reddish spent three brothe'
-- J. M. and N.
Fla. C.
Lawtey Mott
Gainesville.) $69.67; Mildred Morgan, $66.50; Thursday night with Miss Geral- of BrOOker
-- Ethel Biggs, $69.67; Dow G. Beck,, Dear Mr. Matthews: dine Silcox of Starke. and G. C. Mott of Starke, and two
I RURAL iIousc4 effective $79.- The greatest surprise of all a- sisters Mrs. B. Dekle
As there is no very $83.33; Grace Walnwrlght Alvarez spent the Of I.4ke
bout the I showed you Miss Ruth Butler and Mrs. E. H.
Lucile large egg
COMMONSENSELfly way of telling how much nitrogen 17; Verna Demorest $76.00; with Miss Emmalyne demon *
been Jessie Lee Laz- was when I opened It. I found week-end Manatee. *
I la in soil that has plantedto Kennedy $63.33; .
PLENTY OFC leguminous crops, it is best to enby, $72.83; Dorothy Swanbom egg white and in place of the Morgan of Hellbronn Springs.Mr. Pallbearers were: Resale (:01tioQ]

SPUDS JOHNSON i Eggs are richer thA mot foodsIn plant bright leaf tobacco on other $63.33; Evelyn Stump, $69.67; three yolks I was expecting to and Mrs. H. L. Norman Jake Roberts, E. Harrison PUI'VI&,

LAND some of the mineNMi" And vita- soil. Legumes Impart nitrogen to Myrwin Long $95.00; E. L. Williams find, there was an ordinary sized and family were shopping in Hazen, John Pin bolster. ana Run J

) IMPORTANCE OF mins the body needs. Since much the soil and tobacco does best on $200.00; Della Dowllng egg in a semi-hard shell. Just an Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. Rahn.

AT LAST RECOGNIZED STUDIED of the mineral and VitaftJn con- land where the nitrogen contentis $101.33; Rosalind Williams 76. egg In an egg! Maggie Green of Raiford CARD OF THANKS
BEST USE IS Yours truly Is the guest of Mrs. Sarah Alvarez.Mr. It is with grateful
tent U concentrated In tbe yolk, low. 00; Blanche Vandevler, $70.00; J. heart
is especialvaluable.. H. Atkinson. $76.66; Ruby Mae :Mrs. Grace Norman. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp and wish to thank the many mJ
Issuing this part
"Land ho! cry observer That is why it la ong ot the first Experiments have revealed that Perkins, $76.00; L. M. Sponholtz -.. --.- children were in Lake City on friends who extended sympau.
_ from the lips of a keen-eyed foods added to the baPy's milk fairly good results in controlling 76.00; J. N. Whittemore $83.33; Gainesville *ia. business Monday. and kindness to us In our bereav
with Columbus In his diet. external parasites of poultry may Eva Anderson $69.67; Eunice Dear Sir: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and ment. May God's blessings l be

search for a new world, brought Eggs are particular\ needed for be obtained from feeding five per Searing, $72.83. From what I have heard from family and Miss Iris Sapp attended with each of you.

Joy to the hearts of his fellow their iron, vitamin 4and their cent sulphur to the birds for a TransportationPency people who were listening in here church services at Evergreen Mrs. Jim Mott and family.

______ Their long and arduous "efficient" protein. fkty "'re also period of three weeks. While Adklna $21.92; Pency the Farm Hour program from Sunday.H. .
sailors. I Starke last week was "up to L. Norman and sons were The Ladles Aid
met at
rewarded at last. rich in phosphorus ati4 are a good I feeding sulphur to poultry for Adkins. $2.08; Lester Slade $3.65; the home
been ,
search had source of calcium. efcMea vitamin three weeks will not seriously affect George Rhames, $600; J. M. Reddish snuff" in every way. I listened tot visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kirby of Mrs. Charles Hardee tWo (W
the ages people have and it clicked well Crews at Pleasant Valley Sunday.F. last week and
Throughout thought very worked
_ A, eggs are "'li excellent : egg production feeding it fora 40.00; Bell Reddish $28.22; on the
_____ been land hungry. Nations terri have source of vitamins 0 B)4 E 2, and longer period will decrease the Bell Reddish $1.78; Ed Durbin. Indeed. M. Norman was in Gaines- quilt that is to be sent to the Ar.

sought and conquered new the yolks are one of the relativelyfew bird's appetites and thereby reduce $35.00; J. S. Austin $6.35; R. D. I was pleasantly surprised at ville Friday. cadla Orphanage.Mr. .
tory-are still doing it. Settlers good natural soufc of Vitamin production. Scattering sul- Walton, $30.00; Levy Norman, the savior-faire of the speakerswho Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and and Mrs. Mann Hazen ant.
have gradually pushed in to even Infested fleas before the Miss Irene Sapp were the dinner Mrs. V. V. Hazen were
D. phur on areas by W. E. Sapp, $15.50; Ches- were microphone vlalttai
I the most wild reaches of this and Nutrition workers e tt>Afl lder eggs has also been found helpful in ter$30.00 Andrews; $74.80. ; Chester Andrews for' the first time. They shownedno guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. in Starke Sunday.Mr. .

!cI other countries, have risked want-their one of the best foofl t to promote controlling parasites such as $3.20; Mae Wells $10.92; hesitancy and their responsescame Rosier of Woodlawn unday. and Mrs. G. W Baxter 4

lives to attain the land been they expended growth In children. they recommend fleas.A Mae Wells $2.08; L. R. Starling. through without a hitch. GRAHAMAirs. Baldwin visited relatives here till

r ed. Vast sums have that every chilfl !lave 4 or, $45.00; Jake Sapp $32.00; R. V. i This is quite unusual for persons week.
I in draining ewampa and marshes land- 5 eggs every week. Of petter still :' post-mortem examination of Alvarez. $68.35; R. V. Alvarez ; who speak without script In their L. C. Smith Cor. Don't forget that on Thursday

in an effort to get more one every day AdmU also need pigs having cholera will reveal $3.65; J. K. Douglas $61.35; J. K. I first mike performances.The I Mr. and Mrs.-;: :-Forest Reynolds, night March 23, In the school

and more fertility. to eat at least 3 or 4 eggs- every red spots on the lungs heart Douglas $3.65; E. T. Stewart. Bradford High band and and children were visiting her' auditorium the winner of the
Th. lonrt. In. the basis Of all life- lymph glands, spleen, kidneys and baby contest will be crowned
-- -- ---- week. I $62.46; E. T. Stewart, $2.54.; Leslie the Strawberry String Band also parents Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Aber- lbs
.. of course it must be properly Slow cooking at lo"", even heatIs aurlnary bladder. The spots are Green, $66.35; Leslie Green came through nicely. I was par- Sunday.Mr. 1939 baby of Brooker. Eve"..
watered for life to abound. So It secret of succegH for all egg evidence of hemorrhages that occur body Is welcome. We are also
the $3.65; B. J. Kelley $20.00; Charity ticularly impressed with the coolness and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of go.
is only natural that peoples dishes. When you co' k an omelet In connection with. the disease. Williams, 20.00; Norman Johns of that little barefooted fellow Hampton were dinner guests of ing to have a pie supper, so even!

' throughout history have sought use a thick pan ove* UW flame. $5.00; J. E. Brown. $6.90; Lester in overalls who played the Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Sunday.A body come.
land even more land.It If the dish is to be % Oft custard Eradication is the most logical Slade $53.35; J. E. Adkina $102.30 .- lead for the string band in one number of friends and relatives The Junior girls here have or

Is passing strange however use simmering rathef than boiling method for controlling mistletoein ; J. E. Brown $40.00; J. E. Ad- of its pieces. gathered at the home of Mrs. ganized a club which they named,

that once we have attained land water in the lower tart of the pear pecan, and other trees. kins $3.70; J. G. Boyd $35.81; J. We are deeply grateful to yourVUlUlkJT F. T. Abernathy Sunday in honor "Brooker's Busy Bees" with Jen.

we have in far too many instances double boiler. Set ciwUrUs for Infected branches should be cut n Tlrtwt. .'*,.9.'37'. Nplnrm. rSreen._ ___._0.. ___._.... ...... T, ...._,,,___ T._ ; .u 6' ..._......___ I ette McGauley as president. Phv.
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'S. a.'JJ -'----'- -- a.s" XV. iUWlculV, 01 ner sixiy-xirsi. uir..uuyversary. anni
destroyedIt of water and out, the cuts being made at least Us Hazen secretary and Effie H;.
r abused It and partially baking in a pan $23.56; Richard Griffis, $32.63; for his fine cooperation. Dinner was served out
than using It properly do allow the temperature one foot below point of attach- graves treasurer. They
rather not ove> Richard Griff, $2.37; E. Lewis, Sincerely in the yard and Mrs. Abernathy mw
h' conserving It, and adding to its to go above moderate (350F.( ) heat. ment of the mistletoe. If complete $82.63; E. Lewis, $2.37; Nelson Clyde Deal, Assist- received.many lovely and useful every Friday afternoon at 3 o'
:fertility. All too often a heritage Fruit whips and m flfl%Uea made removal of the mistletoe Moore $15.00; S. M. Mott $40.00; ant Editor Extension Service. gifts. clock. The next meeting will In

I of fertile acres has been drained with egg whites oniV require an clump is not possible the large I. Frank Norman $40.00; Andrew --.. at the home of Miss Effie ifo

! of its fertility, used unwisely even lower more steady! heat than branches of the parasite should be Redding $10.00; Roy Tomlinson, graves. The club baa 7 memben

_4: and passed on to someone else as the whole-egg mixture. Poach broken off close to the point of I $77.63; Roy Tomlinson, $2.37; O GUM BRANCH BROOKER i so far and th.y are asking all ttt
denuded of of' water below the attachment. The latter Annie Mae llurnugr, Cor. Mrs. L. L. Parker, Correspondent I to them
. a heritage of scars, eggs in plenty process L. Underhill, $27.63; O. L. Under girls join Friday eveulcj
trcca, and barren. boiling point; fry thetn in fat thatis I should be repeated annually be- I bill $2.37; A. A. Edwards. $2000; to make aprons.

g Th-> old order changeth however not too hot. WpeA) you cook cause new sprouts will develop un- L. O. Jones $6.15; II. G. Alderman Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman had Funeral services for Mr. Jim
and a new order arlaeth in eggs In the shell, start the cookingin less the parasite Is removed en- 3000. as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mott was held in the Dekle Ceme- NEW CUSTOMERS FLORIDA IPOWER
its stead. This country is becomIng -' cold water and tl\tn bring it to tirely. Mrs. H. M. McRae Mr. and Mrs.B. I tery Monday, March 13. LIGHT COl; I
District Fund
Let best iko I
a man amlitHyou '
land minded again, but not a simmering tempefAuro, ((180 F.) M. McRae and children, Arthur I Mr. Mott had been sick for la obtai.lac Bleetrle HKlce
... Enoch Kelley, Wood, $5.00; C. 3. '
new .... Use of copper or manganese McRae and Miss Audrey McRae several months and died at his do roar Ilnn. W1r1n5 I
in the sense of all acquiring hospitable sections SPOTS ON YOUN0 fjUCKShELl' sprays for nutritional reasons is Powell, Repairs, $59.20, Desks all of Pine Level Mr. and Mrs. L. home here Sunday about eleven Reasonable. Dependable. IServic.
lands because W. E. Thornton, Janitor -
TO SKFAIlAffl 8KXKS limited to Initial $6.00,65.20; A. and children o'clock. He was born January
of the country are now set. largely correc- Crosby of Sunny 0. J. PHILLIPS. LantrrTMI I
. Is think USDA WOUKtU$ JU POnT tion of trees badly in need of $50.00; N. Thomas, Janitor Brook Farm and Allen Hall of 23 1877 and was 62 years old. He
tled. Rather, everyone $55.00; Mrs. R. P. Lewis, One Mo. '
ing in terms of proper use, conservation Gainesville Fla.-.kecuse some these elements, soil applicationsbeing 3 da. Janitor Service, for R. P. Jacksonville.W. .
. and development of the broilers indicated for mantenance. J. Carter was a visitor to coal cuscN
poultrymen want to rajfte Lewis $46.00.1.; T. Kirkland \ PNOM TWI 15
land, to the end that greatest returns and others want B. laying flock Exceptions to this are situations Building Toilets $20.00; H. C.C.rem Georgia last week. : -

may be received from its' there is a need f,c a practicalway where copper is desired asa fungicide -I :Ton4tis5nn: KV A. Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jacksonville lI IMT 151505 455W
_ culture and that It may be Handed u.- for the average poultrymanto and on soils high in lime and Scott:'Rent":-$2.00- ;J.r.KIkla: ; c spent the week-end here \ :: OUT SIApa oc

down to posterity in better determine sex ol 2aby chicks, with consequent high fixing power Building Toilets $10.50; C. J. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 3650,.10MIT

condition than it Is now says Norman R. Meb.. of. Extension for these elements.. Powell, Repairs $16.10; C. J. S. Sapp. 5W,

Led by the United States Department poultry specialist. Powell Repairs on Building $16.- Mrs. H. Keene and Mr. and Mrs.

of Agriculture a pro- The Japanese sexlnt method is WARRANT LISTFOR 30; Lester Crosby, 2 cords wood W. R. Kersey had as dinner guests 1,1osIDA 505115

gram of land-UHB planning has accurate but only A trained person cleaning yard. $15.50; Royal Type- Sunday, H. Keene of Shamrock, an

been inaugurated in every state can make the determination.At \ FEBRUARY' 1939 writer Co., Typewriter $60.00; J. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kersey and

"ave, one. Directed by the state the National Agricultural TEACHERS SALARY II. Wainwright $40.80; Leo GrtfH. Mrs. Edna Kersey all of Jacksonville -

t extension services, this program is Research Center eltavllle Md., Mrs. Mabel Wall. $6.45; M. W. Wainwright, $40.80; Leo Grif- Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns
) aided by all federal and state Dr. C. W. Knox anti J. P. Quinn Morrow $101.33; H. B. Wiggins fls, $17.30; N. G. Hayes $16.87. and family, Riley Johns and family -

agencies interested in farming, geneticists of the t]. S. Uureau of $69.60; Lorraine Smith, $53.83; I General Fund and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough and 0I1f4I.. nsa'T1

and by farmers and, farm women Animal Industry, have found that Floy Sullivan, $60.16; Ophelia' Florida Bank at Starke, paymenton I son, Charney, all of Woodlawn. 5,555

t 'themselves. such external characteristics as Bryan, $69.66; I. B. Cody $120.- Note Dated 7-1-39. $3,50000; Rudolph Chlam spent Saturday 44G
The program fI! Just getting down color, down //It"l! lng, beak 33; Emma Hill $69.66; Blanche F. A. Scott, Holding Teachers Examinations -: night with Charney Yarbough of

well under way in Florida as in and shank color arOod!! indicators Edwards $72.83; Joyce Futch $7.50; A. J. Griffls. Woodlawn.Miss TH1I"< ""t ''II

other states. The plan is to make of sex with sQftie breeds and $95.16; Ila Reale, $72.83; Jewel Salary February 1-15, $125.00; Helen Norman and Elder MIAtt. fIMUOKO !\ ,

_ a study of land In a county by croHSbreeds. Roberts $76.00; Helen Cody. 79. Louise Warren, Salary February Sapp were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; ?, !' V(050*
types and communities, find out When Rhode Inland Red mules 13; Margaret Allison $100.00; 1-15 $50.00; Frances Peek Office Marcus Conner of Rising Sunday 5155Th

what they are now being used for were crossed with Burred ply- Lois Mayes, $72.83; Lillle\ McRae Work, $12.50; Starke TelephoneCo. afternoon.

_ and where possible, suggest better mouth Rock hens tile Bureau $69.66; Ruth Frazier, $5383: ; ., Supt. Office $8.00, B. H. S. WITH
uses It Is hoped to aid in workers observed to at chicks with Cleo WHITE'S FLORIDA
Grace Ford, $60.16; Andrews $4.75 $12.75; Mrs. Clennle Hlckok, rum
getting each acre of land to grow u white spot on the head were $43.33; Norman Johns, $79.17; Clinic Nurse 36.00; Western CREAM VERMIFUGEFor

ing the kinds of crops, grasses, males. Those without White spotson Lnvertla Shepherd $69.66; Lube- Union, Nov., Dec., Jan., Messages,

I trees or other products for which the head prove 1 to be females. dla Johns $44.33; Mae Wells $6.28; A. J. Griff, Salary February expelling Round Worms FLORIDA ..
I- it la beat suited. Maps will be This method almost 99 KEN FRIEDMAN'S "CARTOON GUIDE OF
-1 and
proved $57.00; Arthur McRae $66.50; Es- 15-28, $125.00;; Louise for reducing Pin Worm
I made showing soil and crop types percent correct J P. determining slo Crosby, 43.33; Madeline Crosby Warren Salary Feb. 15-28. 50. infestation in children. ICO slaver drawings. 150 page of dallghtfolly interesting W\|

I of the lands in the county. Writ- sex.A $43.33; Harmon Morgan 63. 00; Frances Peek Office Work, Price 35c Amusing authentic, concisely written. Complete with 2C00jvmized : %
ten descriptions containing opin- of Burred Plymouth ;;: cartoon $UM at local book store orS win!
study purebred 33; Muriel Norman $63.33; J. M.Whlttemore $11.20; A. J. Grlffts, Car Expensesfor CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE map- your
_ ions of farm people as well assoils Rocks showed that female $43.00; Annie Louise February, 20.00; A. J. Grlttla SOUTHERN FEATURES, Ine, Box: 174% Jax J'1a. _

experts, will be Included. chicks have an IntaAsft black down Gaines, 3 weeks $37.50; Florida Office Expenses $5.75, BHS $1.50, -
1 "For the land's sake" will be- and shank, and a SAull white spoton
Bank at Starke. $2,177.33. $7.25; Dr. W. E. Middleton, Board
com more than Just by-words If the head. The moles have a
Service for
Scorchle M. Baird $63.33; An- February $25.00; J.
this. program Is successful. larger white spot <)Jthe head,
H. Moore, Board Service for February
nie Laura Elston, $63.33; Melva -
grayish-black down! ebd yellow Crosby, $50.60; Aubrey Withers, $25.00; E. .I. Lewis, Board
DRINK MORE shanks. Based on these characteristics $69.66; Mabel Wall. $72.83; Slm- Service for February $25 00. Farms For Sale

sexing Was 91.8 per nile Hunter $100.00; Robert Stra- .
cent correct.
MILK chan $65.00; Frances Tyson 50. Bring your old sterilized cotton
_ The Bureau scientists also have
00; E. E. Evans. $75.00; Dorothy rags to the Telegraph and recoKefto
1 been successful in eklng Rhode Harold $50.00 Flossie McLendon, a pound for them. No buttonsor
Island Red chlckii, finding that pants though. The Federal Land Bank is for
tf 84.9 percent of the Striped and $50.00; LeNora Caffey $50.00; offering quick sale, several farm

spotted chicks were female and77s Mabel B. Richardon $50.00; Alice ENJOY YOUR MEALS properties in Bradford
________ $50.00; W. W. Or ..____ . -. County, at a real bargain and on very
Dercent nf tha feanaootted and
$60.00; A. O. JenkIns $62.50; A. Acia-tnaigestion causes people easy terms, as follows :
nonatrlped' chicks Were males. The much suffering and unhapplness.
And Drink O. Jenkins $12.50; Sarah Jenkins,
same general characteristics hold Yet to those
acquainted with
$4000; H. C. Williams, $65.00; M.
true for the New Hampshire: Reds. Bisma-Rex. this
The Best common affliction
E. Roberts $50.00 Geneva Hartley
Studies have been made of $50.00; Cleo Hadley $50.00; II holds little terror for they know 40 acres, known as the Mrs. Anna Baxter Farm, located 7 miles
_ FROM White flocks.
Plymouth Jersey the
Pearl Smith, $50.00; J. A. Jones, prompt thorough and effective Northwest from Starke
I mack Giants, anij Jetty White relief this excellent antiacid approximately 30 acres cleared.
PETERSON'SDAIRY $65.00; Dora Sanchez, $50.00;
____ Giants. The scientist* have not Louis I. DuBois $60.00; Grace preparation brings. (fair improvements) This farm is suitable for strawberries
found a reliable s e* Indicator for have ,
Robinson, 50.00; Mrs. L. H. Futch They experienced the amazing -
these breeds. $79.13; Clara Flume, Voc Teach., comfort and freedom of and any other general crops grown in this section.

$20.00; Margaret Whlttemore. 1 da the scientific four-way action of

sub M. Andrews, 1-2 da. M. Per- Blsma-Rex.

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull kins, $7.35; Grace Williams 2 da. TRY IT I 80 acres, known as the W. D. McKinney Farm located 5 miles

line of Cnnketn & Undertaken Sappllv* I sub. R. Williams $11.40; Kath- Buy Blsma-Rex at Carpenter' West from ,
t AMBULANCE RER'VIOti! leen Monteith, 1 da. sub. Evelyn the Rexall Drug Store It's exclu. Lawtey, with approximately 20 acres that could be

DAY ANt NIOIIT Rltch. $5.23; Myrtice Carpenter 2 slve agency. easily into
___ _. 08-PHONE-S3 da. sub. M. Long 2 da. sub R. ( put cultivation. This farm has no improvements,
O. II. BENNETT Mgr Perkins. 1 da. sub B. Perkins, but it does have a
_ "A IIO&IE-LIKE INSTITUTION"THE quantity of young pine timber.
29.91; Florence Brown, $60.16; 4II:. FARMER
I Teresa Crosby 1-2 da. sub. Essie

"'- Crosby, $1.63Mlldred; Paul 5 da. There will be a tremendous 50 acres known the
I sub Louise DuBois $15.00; Mrs. demand for flue this year. Put as Ernest M. Futch Farm, located 1'/ miles
! 7 :
; WORLD'S GOOD NEWS M. W. Morrow 1 1-2 da. sub M. jour order In now with a small Southwest from Lawtey with
i W. Morrow, 11.40 Mrs. approximately 18 acres cleared
will come to :your home every day thro\i!tn ; Eunice deposit ,
Kelley 1 da. sub. Blanch Edwards One 2 room dwelling. (Electricity is
flues .
$5.46; Mrs. Emma Chalker, are welded. They
..4.. International Daily NunpaprItraoordi 5 da. sub. Grace Ford 5 da. will not come apart under the
1 Cor 700 U>.world'oU......onjtiactl..dottier IV tfoatto' Cleo M'.eft-at heat. 20 acres, known as the William
I doM nos exploit erlnu or mutton; _n.... do. It ttao't Otora.bat Andrews $38.80; Martha Pringle Farm, 'located 3 miles
r d.sla cornotlmly with &he".OI'.F. mm "jru nil \be Wells. 3 da. sub. Mae Wells, $12.- I Northwest from
_____ ( mlly. tneludtng IllS WMkly kOgMln Bxction.Tb Our Flues Don't Cost Lawtey with
\ .=--- :.---.-_--.---.- __.__.._._....._._ 83; Ruth Alvarez, 1 da. sub. Lube- approximately 12 acres cleared.
ObrUtUa Oelana! PublUhln* Society Ha Johns, $3.32; Margaret Whit-I Any More And They Are (Good Strawberry land).
..... Botton, MMwchvntuPIMU
One Morwkf lit. temore, 1 da. sub. Norman I Belter
raMr inbierlptlon. to no Chriitun$ Selcac M0kto' lot ,'
a porlod of $5.70; Jeanette McCaulley 1 da. Support Your: Home
. 1 ,..r til 00 month MM I month tl 00 t month ,l MW .I
_ dn.wl. taa%.,Including Mcguln OceUou: t jtw'3.to.s 100.."" :a&o sub. Melva Crosby $3.80; Carl Look these farms over and
, Roberts, $72.00; Florida Bank at SEEGEORGE then if interested write C. A.
i- --. -.--.--------___ ...._--_.__._-...._ Starke. $2,207.71 Florida I Wilson Salesman for ,
; Bank the Bank
4drs------------__________.__.______..______ at Starke. 6501.62; E. L. Williams. 'WARGO I White House, Gainesville -
-i:1c.*, R_, $100.00. Madge Middleton, LIVE OAK. _- FLA. Florida, for price and terms.

$79.17; Ruby Lilley. $85.50; Leo- ____

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STA.DUPA.D I the street. He turned eagerly to .

., I Susan"Take She the line was,"smiling.she said. "Take BOB JONES :

\)- MGHT f TIo It. Starkey and pay let me out when a whoop you can.of:'joy Comments On Here r IttVCt} )

J. PTIO f BOM tut ....111O" Wi.,o MAVI mil" and elation. And Hereafter"The

MALSEY Over the confusion now could be

1 IXAINEJgtf\l heard the shrill whistle of the I i .
;fI1IT .Lj1uIa-'_- -.,:.'-" -- train world Is In a bad fix but
conductor's "All look how far we have come. One I BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL ChRISTIAN
HAPPENED SO ers ? Susan said, with as much aboard! R.y. U A.
",1T. IUS time man was living In caves and Shepherd. Kev Frank Robinson Supplied by nev. Fred Yerkea, 31' 11ev. W. or McOulre
bruising hand-to-han dignity as she could muster. "The "There goes my train!" Blake l Paator Pastor ne". Dr. tlce and Rector Pastor
In tt was just a That la what A. J Thomas
tg: savage. Supt. E. K. Perryman ne" Dr. Adems
evt'I''fidnC goes.Lke terms have been agreed exclaimed. He turned to Sunda7 School SupL !!Iunday 'choot' Supt.
ht In which upon Amanda an educational expert said to the ( Sunday School Oen. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella .1. Sa... AIr. Ira WII"on
): force Captain through correspondence." suddenly grabbed her Sunday School of Church '
Cantrell and kissed writer sometime ago. "Look how 9:45: A. M. Mr.. E M Davis Or.an..t IIIUn'ay School

urkey i ma"-*" of the Bullet Blake pretended to be surprised. her. Then hurriedly, be seized I I far man has fallen." I replied. I Morning: $..rvlc. Church 10 A. School M. Church School Supt. lorn. Jam Service.. Carlisle Worship 10 clock"''e.loe
admit defeat. "Oh, can write! I Susan in his 11 A. M. ltoy 1sth.'v.. .
line, to you sent you arms. Mornlne Worship ver, 2nd $unday
roach I There is no proof that man originally Baptist Training Sunday School
start back on foot five letters ." "Susan I'm going to tell Service 11 A. M. Church School A. M. 11 oclock a. m.
they you In I'nlon (.so P. M. '
ther. lived In caves. As a matterof Kvenlnv WoMhlp 11 A. N. 1:80: clook p. ,*.
cumbf'I.land through the snow-! "I didn't (tread them" Susan three words what I said in those fact the Evening! : Service. Service 7SO: P. M. Morning Worship 8I1nlaYII 11 A. 11[. Prayer Meetlnlf
ore uncovering 7:30
: P. !St.!
r Before both collapse from snapped coldly. "Shall we get on five letters." Prayer MeetingWednenday Young' People* U A ),[. Frldaye.7:30: P. at.Vtn.sday NIght/
cities and civilizations
1ftJ<. League Medina- } 1:80 o'clock
and cold. Starkey 8MVes.lkt"s with our business?" "You needn't," she said, struggling which have been buried under the Pianist, 7:JO P.M. 55O: P. M. _ _ loly Daub A. d. _' :
tigue Blake Blake became "because I Prayer Meeting- l\Wi. ALLL\.NC&
life. Rescued. very businesslike."By didn't believe rubbish of centuries for mlllenl- Mm. Mona Canova Wednesday:30 P.M.
i, furious all means." He anything wrote." Choir Director MISSION II.\ prealdent
Starkey paused you
,'ars Starkey. urns which show that man In the John It. Powell Mr. F. H. Long GOSPEL TAIL Tbe Itev Frank
learn that Suaan, owner of thellrt thoughtfully. "I find. Miss Blake" "I thought you said you didn't distant past was highly civilized. I Chairman OrganIst and Choir Sponaon: Sponaored by Robinson

Vne and engaged to marry he said severely, "that the equip- read them!" Blake cried trium "Moses was learned In all the Board of Deacon Director )Ir. and I\h.. IIIr. and Mre. Vice President
1. F. Klckliter Mm E. K. Perryman
.1. T. The Itev. IA.Ue
ment been phantly.
sold right-of-way toe has slightly .1, T. Quigley
luke has mlsr'pre-I learning of the Egyptians. Moses Chairman Assistant Organist Evan.eUeUc Service Shepherd
KaUroad. sented." Susan stopped Board of Trunteea T. T. Long, Altttant Bible Study, each each ..
B. A O. struggling. "Did probably had a scholarship that In.. Powell Choir Director Friday ev.ning trecnlary-Treaau.
Susan flared up angrily. "Mis you mean all you said In them?" surpasses the scholarship of any Tuesday evening 7SC: 1:80: o'clock 1'h. Rev, Fred Yerk.s

TWELVE represented! By whom?" she
CHAPTER said softly. man of our own modern world.
In a gala mood Blake merely shrugged. Realizing STATE FARM HOLY WEEK MISSION!' IIAI.L AND
was -
Cumberland "Did I? Every word, and more!" "The more I dig Into the buried

ihen the day arrived on whiche that he was accusing her.Susan's "But Blake ." she began."I civilizations of the past the more WILL HAVE PLANS AREANNOUNCED TAIIKUNACLKTuesday

B. & O. had announced the annoyance mounted. haven't got time to argue respect I have for the ancient -

ning of its new line penetratg -I' "The wagons are not In good with you now," he said. "But if mind and the less respect I have SCOUTTROOPOn night a beautiful memorial -

into the western reaches ofe repair" he continued. "Most of you get on the train with me, we for the modem mind" a great service was held for Ur.Krnest .

| continent. Cheers of "On to 'the horses are spavined can fight all the way west. Comeon archeological scholar said sometime Tuesday afternoon the final The largest attendance of the Thornquest! who was faithful -

Jissouri!' rang from the crowd Starkey, who had been listeningin there's room for you and Aunt ago. stages for the organization of anew year was noted at the First In his attendance upon the

mmed In front of the newly- silence suddenly let out a roar. Amanda" Job is the oldest book in the Scout Troop at the State Methodist Church Friday Night meetings of the Mission Hall and

Lit l officIalS platform near the "Spavined? What are you talkln' 1 "What! Amanda snorted. "And Bible. Job and his friends seem I Prison Farm were completed by when the motion picture "The Life

lacks where a shiny new Iron about? Are you crazy? The horses have that monstrosity explode under to have known much about astronomy the Rev. Frank Robinson, pastor Of Christ" was given A worshipful I Tabernacle. HU scriptural comments -

ine stood ready to make its are cared for like they was babies. me? I I might go with and had done some research of the First Methodist Church and atmosphere prevailed throughout and testimony were always

iitlal run toward the Pacific. The equipment's the best in the Staifeey. if ." work in other fields of knowledge."God Scoutmaster for Troop 70. The the service and the film with Inspiring and helpful. Several of

Sores and dwellings everywhere country! Nothln' Western's got "It's deal!' hung the earth on nothing first meeting for the boys who sound effects, was received ,gratefully those who have known him for along

forrounding the station were can touch IU"! a Starkey cried. and the north on the empty will compose this troop will beheld by the assembled congregation. -
time tribute to his
eased In bright flags and bunt- Blake turned on him. "Nobody'dsell Grabbing Susan's hand, Blake space." That is what Job said. the latter part of the week. gaye
began to race toward the train. of
"I The Troop Committee Christian character and spoke
g. an outfit that's In as good I have Astronomers for years laughed at Sunday morning another! large
a pass! he cried. "If we
Blake Cantrellho this him and said, "Job should have the National headquartersare congregation for the his outstanding service to the community
it was a smiling shape as is claimed to be, were married you could ride free." gathered
ho mounted the platform now Ine he snapped. "There'd be too much "I guess we'll have to attend to attended to his sores and let as- as follows: The Rev. L. A. usual service of worship. The ,

| company of Colonel' Webb; the money to be made out of it in the that then" Susan tronomy alone. lie did not know Shepherd Chairman of the Troop pastor the Rev. Frank Robinson Mrs. Thornquest and her daughter .
replied, racing Commitee V. N.
few Western Division Manager West. If you think it's so good along after him. anything about astronomy." One ; Gleger delivered the sermon on "Chris Lot were present and expressed
R. H. F.
owed scant resemblance to the why don't you take It out to Missouri THE ENDHIGHLAND day an astronomer turned his ; Cox G. Mills thin Nature" at which time he their appreciation of the
Whitfield and A. A.
Bryan Jor-
trrogant youth through whose and run a line of your own?" telescope toward the north and dan. Announcements, strongly urged his hearers to revert service for their departed lov d-

tends had slipped Cantrell Manor.ow Even the slow-witted Starkey found a: vacuum. Then, the astronomers concerning to the former practices of one. Raymond Gomes sang M

Blake was heading West to managed to catch the drift of said "Job said there was I boy personel of the Troop will be the church in obtaining the powerof song appropriate to the occasion
made later.
>en the new B. & O. office. Blake's seeming madness. Miss M. E. Crews, Correspondent an empty space in the north How God In and through their lives. also the children of the L. T. L.
I I Troop 70 has been Invited
The applause that followed their "I wish I could!" Starkey said I did he know?" I Among those practices mentioned under the direction of Mrs. R. L.

Mr.. and Mrs. Owen Marr. Miss "' __ ______ _. _._.. H. h'" I attend and to act In the Investiture i- A. ,.""....I..tI. .,,_,_ ,,., 1...... .. D.., "' ,,...
jp ur -- g un n 0'1'" -
uiuurMiiism '
I Margaret Marr and M'arr of years *>iuic ceremony of this new Troop Kemp.
critics said that there 'I ual power were the rending of the
Mims visited J. T. Marr and famIly were his- I I within the next few weeks. It Is Bible and devo- "Precious 11the sight of the
torical errors In the Old Testa family private "
death of Ills saints
here Sunday.Mrs. I expected that M. G. Boswell Lord Is the ,
tions, the observance of
ment. Archeologists have proved ; Scout Executive for Sunday the Psulmtt.| How true It Is.
H. C. Wimberly was a North says
and the attendance of the
, business visitor to Jacksonville I these critics to be wrong. "I am Florida Area will be present at The only sorrow attached to the
the Church. In this
I 'IF Friday. a surveyor. I have not located 'that time and address the cout. Assisting home-going of a Child of God 1 is
"service, were members of the Choir
I historical in
I every point the Old
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and and Scouters. the sorrow attached to personal

Miss Cleo Norman of Testament, but, as far as I have _. -----. -- beautifully rendering Heyward'santhem loss. Then too, in this day wh '*
Lawtey "I Will Be True" Mrs. F.
gone have found every point located -
of the leadersof our community -
spent Sunday with relatives and BEThEL many
II. Long was at the At
just where the Bible said organ.
their to
friends in this section. It I !\II'''. Suslo Ollsnon, Cor. the evening service the membersof are selling
was. have gone far enough those subversive forces that are
I Cecil Hardee was a visitor to
the Intermediate
to know that the ones I have not Departmentconducted the structureof
Starke Saturday. had time to locate will be foundIf Mr. and Mrs. John Glisson of In an excellent way the slowly undermining
so-called we
I C. M. Griffis was visiting in Lake City visiting here Sat our
I live were opening service of worship These
long enough to finish the vole
4j can 111 spare n man whose
I Macclenny Sunday. j surveying. If I locate urday. young people evidenced a deep
I a point on the
.t J, F. Griffis of Lake Geneva this side of a stream just where Ira Allen, Call Johnson, and spiritual ability and were Instrumental was always evil.against Wticn encroachments -

j spent the week-end with Mr. and Miss Melba Anders of Starke of many
__ the Bible said I would find it, as were In making this service one agencies that should be consecrated -

MI's. J. W. Grlffls. a surveyor I know I will find an- visiting friends In Brooker Sun that will long be re, pmbere<1. to the upbuilding of characterin
I Much interest has been manl- day. Next
Sunday morning the
other point just ns soon as I get pastor this world are allowing themselves -
j 1 tested In a Fire Tower being built across the stream and get to the Elbert Gatlin of Ocala has returned -I will deliver the sermon. The to become the tools of those

on Highland Hill with dwelling ( from a CCC Cump to spend evening service will feature congregational -
right place. That was said by a who would make capital of the
: house for keeper and other improvements Christian a few days with his mother, Mia. singing and by special
'fr ( great archeologist a vices and follled of humanity we
being made. Maggie Gatlin. selections
on the Mrs.
I few organ by
ago. ncnd Daniels who will "not
Miss Zettle Padgett of Clay Hill\ Jack Wynn and son, and granddaughter K. 1 K. Perryman. some
"The Modernists who tell defile themselves with n portionof
section spent the week-end here you of Sampson City were
i the Bible has errors in It The Wednesday evening service the King's meat" God grunt
J lire a
with her Mrs. Albert Mr. and ,
I daughters I visiting Mrs. Charley will be conducted
by members of
group of Ignoramuses. said Rob- that there may be ruined up In
Norman and Mrs. Leonard Nor- Jenkins Sunday afternoon.
ert Dick Wilson, who the the Woman's Missionary Society our community other voices that
t1 "I'm gotnjlo fell oIn was
> i p man Miss Ethel Gallln of titurke; has
thrtt word*what I ; i greatest scholnr of this genera Circle No, 2. At thin time the shall challenge the Evil One and
laid In Dr W D Brlnson of Baldwinwas gone to Tampa for an extended
thou let-
$fv* i special subject for discussion will
I tion. Dr. Wilson mastered every go forth to battle \ In God'sname
ku"hewhispevcd. J a visitor here Tuesday. visit with friend and relatives
be a continuation of
language that had any bearing on the study of to take the place of the
Mrs. Percival Sayward of Boston Mr. and Mrs. Walter
A Starling "The Life of Chi 1st." A cordial
the Bible "The voice so recently silenced. If this
I who has been visiting her brother and Children and Mrs. H V. Allen
Invitation Is extended to all
in the Old Testament I 10 can be accomplished then 'he being -
'pearance was not joined In by fervently.. He turned to Susan ap- I j C. M Hudson In Jacksonville for prove were visiting Mr. ant Mrs. Walter come and worship with at
( that the Bible Is God's Dr.1 us any dead yet "
I II Word upeuketh.
ftarkey who looked as restless pealingly. "Miss Susan, don't goon some time. visited friends here Ward of Staike Saturday night and all of our services
I Wilson said. Man
a grizzly bear. Starkey wast I I with this Western Transportation Monday and was also a visitor to toward is not evolving! Miss Agnes Lewis celebrated her 1_:'>...._...o.. ,OO'' "d DdD i..,",_ ._,.'_ .._ -- Next. Tuesday- .. .. night Mr-.. McDonald -
perfection. lie is ; fl.v..m A'C
not y. 1"6 Ja..Afl tt
so much jealous at Blake'slicceis business. Let me run the line Lawtey. twelfth birthday anniversary Sunday or ine aiirojieaii Mission

as he was concerned with from Missouri to California. Why : climbing. He is a fallen creature with a party at her home observe the Easter season with Society will be the guest speaker

}ia fate of his beloved Bullet Line. should we give all that money to i liOOTSEY'S BEACH and Is so hopelessly Intellectuallyand here. Twelve of her young friends preaching and other types of religious lie will tell of the progress of the
morally that Jesus said services The beginning of
a moment he had forced his Western for next to nothin? I'll Mlts Effle Crawford, Cor. to enjoyed the party with her n'nd' at Gospel 1 In European countries.
I one of the leading moral, and Holy Week will be observed Sunday Plan to attend
iy to the officials stand and was get the money to pay you; just the end of a delightful afternoon,
scholarly men of his day that he morning April 2, with the pastor
titloning to Blake. led of days. I been refreshments of fruit salad
Starkey give me a couple Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Butler would have to be born again and punch, preaching on "The Triumphant TttN.CJ.f':

m into the Bullet Line station build In' up this business for thirty and family Mrs. G. O. Mahon, receive a new nature before he cake, and cookies were served. She Entry." An appropriate evening

ora which they could see the years. It's all I got in the world, and Bob Muhon, all of Plant City, could even see the Kingdom of received a number of useful gifts. service will be hell. Monday A good meeting was enjoyed by
>ws of idle has Give .. all those who intended the Tabernacle -
coaches. and all them boys got. -
were visiting the bedside of Mrs.C. God. through Friday of the week will

"There they are!" he exploded us a chance, Miss Susan." E. Crawford recently SUNNY IIROOK be given over to religious servicesIn I last Fil'lay night. The

Jlgnantly. "VValtin' to be sold! Before she could reply the door !, J. A. Chesser and Wilbur Kirk- Mrs. Floyd It. Crosby: {'ur. the Church each evening at meeting wan conducted. by the

ut I ain't going to let 'em do IU"! opened and a pompous' little m-i'i land were recent visitors to Haw- HAMPTON 7:30: o'clock, each service having local Gospel team.(

Blake's attention had been entered. ; thorne. MlAdu Niitinio, Correwpomlent Mr. and Mis. O. K. Crosby and specific reference to the part that Next Friday flight the Rev Pat

:awn to a stage coach clattering "Are the Misses Griffith here?" Mrs. W. H. Greene of Lake City children of New River were visiting Jesus gave of his Life on the corresponding Wimberly pastor of the Franklin

wards them. As It stopped he he demanded. spent a day recently with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie M. Sparkman and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I day There will be Street Baptist Church of Jacksonville -

cognized Davey on the box. "Yes." Susan stepped forward. Mrs. W. H. Greene. daughter, of Gainesville, are spend- Sunday afternoon. 'given a play "lie la the Son of will be In charge of the pro

larkey followed Blake's gaze as The man bowed. "I'm Mr. Hark- Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Johns and ing a few days with Mrs. Sparkman's Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children God" by members of the Young gram. lie will bring with him a

San and Aunt Amanda alighted I rider of the Western Transportation son, Jack, visited relatives In parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. : and Misses Arsula Crosby und Adult Class of which Mrs. I). I' large group of hU young people

"ID) the vehicle and made Company" he said. "I'm here | Llveoiik week before last. Dennison. Lucille Thomas were vIsiting In Carpenter In teacher on one Sunday who will furnish the special music

fight for the station. to close the deal for the Bullet Mr. and MI's. Phillip Sullivan Miss Avis Gay and sister of LAke Butler Saturday afteinoon. evening. baster Sunday will Many of those who have heard him

Both Susan and Amanda stop- Line equipment." and family of Jacksonville were Savannah, Ga.. are the guests of i William Woods of Jacksonville be observed In appropriate ways before are sure to be there to

They were Starkey's last ray of ished."If. kins. James Gnann of Gainesville has I bin brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Detailed announcementswill PICKHHYTKKIAN: C'llimCIIDr.

pe and he greeted them warmly. you're from the Western, ----. been a recent visitor here. I i and Mrs. H. B Kelly. appear later. It In the desire

lake, for his part, bowed andll1td who Is this ?" she asked indicating RESOLUTIONThe Mrs. E. C. Smith assistant ''# Miss Nona. Brown spent the of the pastor that the people of C. C. Adams supply pastor -
of the Church has
Blake. following resolution was past week-end with relatives In our community prepare themselves Presbyterian ,
but Susan Ignored him postmaster at Center Hill, spent
'ropletely Amanda however, as "Oh that's Cantrell. new man- passed unanimously by the Starke the week-end here with friends j Plant City. I for these Holy Week services -I made the following announcement

ual. wa-.,.. -nnt. i-t.i! i.._. .....?.,<., .u"er' of the Western Division of Townsend club No. 1 at the regu- and relatlve Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and und to worship with us on concerning__ '___L Sunday_.. services_____ __: _"Frli __.__-

. "So you're--still'- -here.''' she said n. I the: B.:: & O." Harkrider began, lar meeting at 8 o'clock 1' M. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended I. William Woods spent the weekend each day. i hay PatrlcliiH, jnuii.ii or Patrick i., COnUILeffilJr&L", who spent

Jlh ome "shall we ?" Monday, March 6. 1939. I In Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. Our church welcomes you at any
asperity. "Whom are'u church services at Melrose last t
his life in giving the Gospel to
"Manager!" Susan exclaimed. WHEREAS: It has pleased Al- and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and and all servlceH
spying on now? and the I
Sunday was guest of Mr. Ireland before the first
a century
"1'm She turned to Blake, who was mighty God to remove from our children were recent guests of The Church bulletin of last Sun-
not In
the Intelligence De- and Mrs. Robert Cason.C. I Roman Catholics mission to the
'rtment Impudently at his little midst our dearly beloved brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan In day carried this bit of informationthat
any more Aunt Aman- smiling L. May in erecting a buildingon British Isles His heroic story _
I," Blake "You're going to be awfully comrade, and co-worker. I Theressa.O. will he meaningful particularly
replied pleasantly. joke. And Main street, which he expects to the members of deserves wider fame for he was a
Amanda bored If ever decide to be just Ernest Thornquest. M. Bennett spent the week- our
shrugged. "Funny name you On account of his to use as a residence and store Church Christian of the type of St. i'aul. _
,r a department she sneered. She looked WHEREAS: I Mend In New River with Mr. and "Only 9 mora' Sunday'suntil
you're rn at any yourself building combined. How he, a primitive Christian, became .
good Judgment,
Tne. she at Harkrlder. "Have you approved sterling merits Mis. O. E. Crosby. Annual Conference We are
I Susan snapped. of the equipment? Is and wise council we have learnedto The Rev. C. K. Robinson will : Mr. and Mrs.. I. A. Crosby and anxious that all matters relatingto a saint of the Roman Catholic _
y, herself to Stary ready to be signed cherish him as we would a preach at the Baptist Church next i children were dinner guests Sun the Church year be taken care Church, is one of the strange-
"' flesh and blood brother. And Sunday morning and evening. : day of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- of before these. few Sundays have contradictions of history. Next _

le' everything ready for the she asked. I Is just as repreI WHEREAS: We. an a club realize R. A. Brannen and G. A. Hayes man In Gum Branch. passed and we call upon our mem- Sunday his missionary service to

"Everything the I the irreparable loss we have sustained -I were transacting business In _._____-_.__. bership to respond In every way Christ and the Church will furnishthe
Starkey nodded. sented. Here are papers. ,
"Miss theme at the
Susan. I Presbyterian
said took them. "There's one I and wishing to pay due 'Gainesville this week. PIN'ljBVBlj possible to enable us to dome out

of pleadingly "give up this"a Susan make" she said tribute to the memory of this be- -- -.-. ;Mr*. II. Jil. MclUe, C'.orr..fH)nilrnt' thin Church year in a commendable I Church; "Patrick, Slave And
selling to Western will request I I' Sulnt." Church at 11 o'clock.
Starkey loved brother. Therefore be It manner..
U"I I 1 I' "You must take Captain west of RESOLVED: That it Is the senile IJOATJllAIN11'8. This community was saddened Sunday School at 10:00.: A cor- _

Sorry she replied gently. as Manager of the line couldn of this club and committee that we :\ Z. /. Orima, Cor Sunday morning, March 5, to learnof Mrs. H. M. McRae. dial Invitation to all especially _

Can't t t'm Investing In railroad I I I Missouri. I'm sure you sincere sympathy and the death of little Harley Marshall Mr. and Mrs Jack Coodge and those without a church home la _

wand I need the cash "Iare ';: get anyone better." express condolence our to his beloved wife In Joe Grlffis of Clay County was McRae, slxteen-months-old daughter, Doris spent Sunday Starke.

e '"-tstern Transportation man Harkrider shook his head. "I'm this hour of sorrow. And be It I visiting here Sunday. Eon of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. McRae. with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Goodge ---.--
but we
very sorry. Miss Griffith Mrs. Ida Chase and Mrs. Ralph Hi' died after a brief Illness with at Rosewood. ('IIIJIU'II OF (,'Iml 'r

Blake was pleasantly surprised couldn't do that.Ve have our further RESOLVED: That a copy of this ; Gainey were visiting Mrs. C. H. pneumonia and leaves besides his Wesley McRae of Polk City was Services of the Church of Christ

this revelation. Immediately he own manager." resolution be sent to Mrs. Thorn- Clarke of Starke Wednesday. parents two sisters, Gwendolynand visiting home folks here recently. will be held In the Masonic Hall

"'PI>ed forward. For a moment. Susan hestltated. quist and a copy be also sent to i Frances Grlffis of Bethel was Shirley and one brother Bunny He also attended the funeral of Sunday at 11 a. m.. and 7:30: p. L..............

"I'm from Western Transporta- Then she handed back the papers." the Bradford County Telegraphand the week-end guests of Miss Thel- besides a host of relatives. little Marshall McRae. m. Brother Cleveland Moore of

"''no he announced solemnly. "In that case I won't sell, she the Florida Townsendlte for I ma Prevatt. Mrs. W. H. Groves and Mr. and Miss Aubrey McRa was visiting Trenton will meet with the congre

"You! Susan seemed aghast. stated firmly. Mrs. G. W. Garrett was visiting Mrs. John Green and mother, all her uncle and aunt, Mr. and gation. He held a two week's, J
be publication.
"Does that surprise you?" "But, Miss Griffith, don't Signed by the committeeW. relatives in Managua, Ga., last of Umatllla were recent guestsof Mrs. E. J. McRae at Waldo Sunday meeting In Starke a year ago and

Amanda?! recovered fir s t. unreasonable," Harkrlder pleaded.heard H. Ogden. week. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. afternoon. Is known and loved by many for:'

'Ouldn't surprise me If you were Starkey grinned. "You Henry Flfer A large crowd from this section Mrs. E. J McRae of Waldo Harley Newman returned home his untiring service In the church

whole Pony express" she mut- what she said. Open the door. W N. Johnson. enjoyed a fish fry at Stephen' spent Saturday night with her Sunday after spending two welts work. The public i. Invited to attend _

ed. "'. I brother-in-law and sister Mr. and .1 here with relatives. .
Blake. U P. Davis.a. Lake Saturday night. ...uu., 4
} had
I Iave have you the pap- Next moment Starkey pro- -

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EIGHT __ _,_ __ _______ _' _'n' n _----- -_-_ ,- ---- IIII
'- JOIOT.C.Oil' '\INTENTION! APPLY mount to $108.93. amounting to $35.25. ed by certificate No.taxes 883 of for 1913.the
TelegraphEstablished FOIL ftPKCIAl* ..F.GIn.! .."'ION ALSO: BI2V4' of NW% A W>*( of Said tax certificates together and represent unpaid 1939. both inclusive
Bradford County Foil TMIfl CITY OF BTA.HKK, WH of BWVi' Sec 11 Tp. S. S. R. with all subsequent on.ltted or Levi- year 1932, to to $23.71.
Ki.onni 22 10.. 60 Acres. ed taxes will be sold to the highest amountln"" / 20 P..lItvl1em. \ -
Lob ,
to all The taxes to be sold are .vldenod I bidder at the Courthouse door In ALSO:
1877 NOTICE I I. hereby given : brncln NVf, 0' NEV4 A NlO% of
that the by certificate Nos. 874 and 618of Starke on the list., day of March *
whom It may concern NWV Seo. 35 Tp. 5 8. R. 22 E., 13Acres.
undersigned will have prepared and 1931 and 1935 respectively and 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. *
Published Weekly Jo Fridays and Entered as Second Class request the enactment of Special represent unpaid taxes for the Dated this the 11th.. day of March .
on Legislation for the City of Starke. years 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive, A. I>. 1989.Clerk The taxes to be sold are evidenced g1
Office at Starke Florida cession. of amounting, to $85.33. 1 A Thomas, by certificate Nos. 863 and 873 E
Matter at the Post }Florida at the regular : : J rLbourt of'Bradford of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and
the 1939 Florida legislature, pro- ALSO' : WK of SWVi of NWVi & of 3'81 for the
vMlnir' an exclusive. method by N aof NWVi of 8WV4 JflX.] 89 1-8 County, Florida. J-17 8t represent unpaid
; both
MEMBER th.'Clty of Starke lease, '- orNWVi Sec. years 1929 1939.
which Acre & SEVi of SWVi too .
Hell, dispose of, or aiandon the 18 Tp. 8 8. R. 21 E.. 50 Acres. NOTICE OP BAI.FI <*f TAX $89.74.ALSO .
IMPRESS usual operation of It. municipal Th. taxes to be sold are evidenced CERTIFICATES: : Lots 8. 9. 10 of Elk II, LIV.Ingston
AssooAnoNy light and water plant.., nr either by certificate No. 141 of It". Notice I* hereby given that J. W. Truby & Co n Add. Sec. 28
I requiring therefor an affirmativevote and represent unpaid taxes for the Lewis has flied with me written re Tp. 6 S. It. 22 E. NEW
--30tatrci ; tid1& >/ of at leant, thr e-fourth. of the year 1911 to 1939 both Inclusive, subsequenitaomitted The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
tc total number of all the then qualified amounting to ,n.", getherlwgthtall by certificate No. 176 of 1834,
voter of fluid City at the next ALSO: Com, ft" NB Cor of SE% of or levied taxes held by th* State be and represent unpaid taxes for the
regular City election held after approval NBVi Hun W 182 ft. Thence 8 advertised and sold to th* highest 1933 Inclusive,
E. L. Matthews_______________________Editor and Owner of the proponed! transactionby easterly to a pt. 226 ft W of See. bidder for cash as provided by amounting years loo 184360.both 4H
J the majority of the City Council line on B' Bide of 8E% of NBVi Chapter 18298 of the 1937 act of Of Blk. 45 L, T & Co' IC
and providing" for advertisementof Thence 8 easterly 660 ft to a pt. the Legislature, upon the following : NVi Sec. 28 Tp. 6 8. R. E. H
SUBSCRIPTION RATE notice of all detail of the proponed 120 ft from said Seo line thence E described real estate In the Countyof Sub-OIV. to be sold are evidenced -
transaction Including method .20 ft to Sec. line thence N on line Bradford State of Florida, to- Nos. 496 and i64

i Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance ; of payment. of such plants' indebtedness to 12 Acre Dell', Seo 27. Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E., wit Sty:( of SEV4\ A SEW\ of SWV4\ Sec of 1930 by certificate and 1933 respectively and the

Advertising: Rates on ApplicationTHE City Council of the City The taxes to be sold are evidenced 22 Tp 7 S. R. 20 Jo:., Containing 120 represent unpaid 1939 taxes both Inclusive for
of Starke Florida. by certificate No. 357 of 1934 and Acre. years 1929 to
I (SEAL) Hv: W. M. Edwards, Its represent unpaid taxes for the years The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced amounting: to $72.49. L E
Chairman. 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive! amounting by certificate Nos. 40 and 71 of ALSO: Com. on Cull St. at Sw
STORY OF A FARMERS' MARKET ATTEST: Carl Johns, City Clerk. to $2094. 1928 and 1985 respectively, and represent Cor of Land Owned by Mr. 8. M.
8-17 UU ALSO Lot 6, 7 of Blk 29 Livingston unpaid taxes. for the years Wells & Run N 820 ft to land of
Truhy & Co' Add to Starke 1927 to 19.19, both Inclusive, amountNWVi A.: L. Alvarea. Thence W along
In )' of NEV4 HOIc. 28 Tp. 6 8. H. Ina' to 8481.7ft. Alvares land 121 ft. Thence S 818
Without knowing it, Russell Kay, whose entertaining 22 E. t ALSO: WI'.r. nf \ of NWVi Sec. ft. to Call St., thence E on Call St.
NOTICM or RAGE OF TAX The taxes to be sold are evidenced 25 Tp. 5 8. R. 21 E., 20 Acres. 113 ft. to beg. In NWVi\ of SWVi: \ Sec.
column, "Too Late to Classify, has been a feature of this CKHTIFICATKS by certificate Nos. 427 and 1125 The taxes to be sold are evidenced 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E.
; of 1982 and 1931 respectively and by certificate No. 94 of 1931, and The taxes to be sold are evidenced GOODYEAR'SFAMOUS '
i paper for years, has written a wonderful editorial boosting Notice Is hereby "given that W. F. represent unpaid taxes for the years represent unpaid taxes for the years by certificate No. 872 and 638
Oalney. has filed with me written 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, amounting 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting of 1931 and 1934 respectively and
I the Bradford County State Farmers' Market. Of course, request that the tax certificates to 3244. to $30.04.AIsO represent unpaid taxes for the years
together with all subsequent omitted ALSO N a-. //of SEVi\ of SWVi Sec. : NE'4 of NE* Sec. 26 Tp. 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng "G.3
it just so happens that what Mr. Kay intended to do was to or levied taxes held by the State 36 Tp. 4 8. R. \at E, 30 Acre. 6 8 H. 21 E., 40 Acres to 133ft.38.
be advertised and Hold to the high- The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold. are evidenced ALSO: Lo'ts'l. 4, 6 of Blk 16 Lin-
write a colorful account of the struggle and ultimate successof eat. bidder for cash! as provided by by certificate No 109 of 1934, by certificate No". 95, 85 and coln City HOlt' 32 Tp. 6 S.: R. 22 )oJ.
Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of taxes for the of 1933 respectively The taxes to be sold are evidenced ALLWEATHERRUNS
and represent unpaid 279 1931.
the Plant City market, but in doing so he has written the the legislature. upon the following years 1933 to 1939, both Inclusive and present unpaid taxes by certificate Nos. 494 and 1310
described real estate In the Countyof 1930 to 111both Inclusive of 1932 and 1933 respectively and
amounting to $42.37.ALSO for the years
for the market here and his
,, best possible encouragement Bradford State of Florida, to- : WV4 of NliVi' Sec. 12 Tp. 6 amounting to $62.61. represent unpaid taxes for the
words will undoubtedly re-inspire all who are interested in wit: S. U. 22 E., 80 Acr..... ALSO: 8E'4' of SEVi\ Sec. 13 Tp. 6 years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive MORE
l I NVj of 8E% of NEVi Sec. 1 Tp. '7 The tax. to be sold are evidenced S, R. 21 E.. 40 Acres amounting to $20.51.
seeing Bradford take its rightful place in the agri- 8.' H. 19! E., 20 Acres. by certificate No. 298 of 1934, The taxes to be sold are evidenced ALSO: Com. at NW Cor of NEVi
The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I and represent unpaid taxes for the by certificate Nos. 113 and 380 of NWVi\ A Run E. 400 ft, S 280 ft 80Tp. MILES AT LOWppCOSTPER.MILEI
cultural industry. by certificate. No. 3 of 1932 and to 19.19; both Inclusive, of 1832 and 1933 respectively. and W 400 ft, N 230 ft. to Beg. "''ec.
represent unpaid taxes for the years a mounting to $8088.ALSO represent unpaid taxes for the years 8 8. R. 22 E.. 2 Acres
which 1931 to. 1939 both Inclusive! amounting : E 11 Acres of SEVi of 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting The taxes to be sold are evidenced :
4 Mr. Kay's article shows that the problems confront to $19.87. NW\\4 Sec. 12 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 El., to 15494.ALSO by certificate Nos. 579 and 1331
\ of NWVi\ Sec. 14 Tp. of 1930 and 1931 respectively and
11 Acre BWVi
our market here today are not new ones. They are ALSO' : R', of BEVi\ of NEW A NW.
II t The taxes to be sold are evidenced 6 8. R. 21 E.. 40 Acres. represent unpaid taxes for the years
of HK'8' c. 1 Tp. 7 8. II. It E.. lOG by certificate No. 301 of 1934, The taxes to be sold are evidenced 1929 to 1939 both inclusive, amounting *
1 not unique to this section but are the very same obstacles Acres. and represent unpaid taxes for the by certificate Nos. 131, 147 and to "7.18.
The taxes to be sold are' evidenced to 193!). both Inclusive, 540 of 1931 1934 and 1938 respectively ALSO: Com. at a Pt. 739 1.3 ft.
1', that have been successfully overcome by Plant City, Sanford, by certificate No. 4 of 1932 and amounting to $14.41 and represent. unpaid taxes for W of NE Cor of WH of NEVi A
f Palatka Palmetto and other successful market thatis represent. unpaid taxed for the ALSO: Lots 8, 9 ,10 11 Blk 28 the year 1930 to 1939 both inclusive Run W on Sec. line 733 ft, Thence Ii /
every years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, L. T. *: Co's Add. Sec. 28 Tp. 6 8.K. '. amounting to 10683. SY1, Mile thence E 733 fl, Thence N rNIr
in operation today.As amounting to 169.06. 22 E. At.SfH: SVi' of SE'4 Sec. 17 Tp. 6 to Beg., Sec 17 Tp. 7 8. R 20 E., 44
ALSO: NWVi\ of NWK- Sec. 3 Tp. The taxes to be sold are evidenced S. R. 21 K.. 80 Acres. Acres
read Mr. Kay's article just substitute in your 7 8. It. 20 E., 40 Acre by certificate No. 883 of 1934. I The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced N
you and represent unpaid taxes for the ; by certificate No. 120 of 1982. by certificate No. 66 of 1932, and
The to be Mold are evidenced
i mind the words "Bradford County" for the words "Plant by certificate. .Nos. 13 and I of. amounting toinclusive and yours represent 1931, to unpaid 1939 both taxes Inclusive. for the, represent. 1931\ unpaid to 1939, taxes both Inclusive for thevears

City" and will have a vivid picture of what might still 1932 and 1936 respectively taxes for the and re.present ALSO: All tllks 27. 23 Sampson amounting to 15041. amounting to $".37. .7 /i iI
you unpaid
amount- City. Bee. 4 Tp. 7 8. R. 21 E.. 8 ALSO: NWVi\ of NEVi\ Seo. 24 Tp. ALSO: 8Wy\ of SWVi\ of SEW'"
come to pass with the aid of hard work and the right spirit: Ing 1931 to to 1939$48.64.both Inclusive I Acres. 6 S R. 21 E. 40 Acres. Sea 14 T D. 5 5. 1.22 E., 10 Acres
The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes. to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced
Ir "While we all have a lot of fun razzin' the WPA, the fact ALSO: Lot 82 Woodlawn Sec by certificate No,. 154 and 161 of by certificate No. 123 and 406 by certificate Nos. 181 and 698
16 Tp. 68. K. 22 E., 10 Acres. 1931 and. 1935 respectively and represent of 1932 and 1933 respectivelyand of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and
remains that in spite of the belief that WPA workers are The taxes to be sold are evidenced unpaid taxes for amount '' represent unpaid. taxes for the years represent unpaid taxes for the years
by certificate NOB. IBS and 62- 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, 1931 to 1939.; both Inclusive amounting 1931 to 1939. both .Inclusive, amounting -
alleged to spend nine-tenths of their time leaning on shovels, of 1932 and 1933 respectively and tog to 159.71. to 8710. to $24.94.
3 represent unpaid taxes for the years ALSO: 6 Acres In SW Cor. of ALSO! : Lots 22,23.24.28 In Wood- ALSO: Lot 25 In Woodlawn &
they somehow manage to complete a lot of worthwhile pro-. 1031 to 193ft. both ,Inclusive.nun -, amounting 8WU of SWVi Sec 4 Tu. 7 8. R 21 lawn Sec.: 14 TP. 5 5: R. 22 E., 40 I SWI/ of SWV(,- of SEVi Sec. 14 Tp.
l: to 131.00.Af.SO E, 6 Acres.. 5 S. }t. 22 E., 20 Acres.
jects. And an outstanding example is the new State Farm- : Lots 6. 7 of nik 85 Original The taxes to be sold are evidenced -I A.The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes te be sold" are evidenced I
by certificate Nos. 156 and 164 by certificate Nos. IRS and 601 by certificate Nos. 186 and 602
of 8W
of Starke NKV4 %
Town ,
ers' Market at Plant City. .Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E. of 19.11: and 1936 respectively and of 1932 and 1933 respectively. and of. 1932 and 1933 respectively, and
represent unpaid taxes. for the represent unpaid taxes for the years represent unpaid taxes for the years
."Last week during the Florida Strawberry Festival, The taxes to be sold" are evidenced years 1930 to 19\I.1: both Inclusive, 19.11: to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, amounting .
by certificate No. 415 of 1932, amounting to $1867.ALSO to $89.68. to 4727.
this marvelous new market was officially dedicated and a- and represent unpaid taxes for the : 3 Acres In SE' Cor of NVa ALSO: Lots 1. 13. 14 or Frac'l Blk ALSO: All Blk 14 Town of Lawtey
amounting to 1939 botb Inclusive! of ay. of SKVi\ of SEVi Sec. 6 Tp. 7 28 Temples Add. to Starke, Sec. 28 West of Ry. Sec. 23 Tp. 5 S. R. 22
long with many other Tampans I journeyed to the Straw- to 1142.75. 8. R. 21 E., a Acres. Tp. 8 S. R. 22 E., E.
ALSO: Irate 7, 8. 9, 10 In Everly. The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold. are evidenced -
berry City to participate in the event. Add. 'ec.' 29 Tp. 6 S. K. 22 E. by certificate Nos. 204 and 157 by certificate' No. 1210 of 1933, by certificate No. 226 and 692
of 1930 and 1935 respectively. andrepresent and represent unpaid taxes for thnamounting of 1922 and 1933 respectively, and
The taxes to be sold are evidenced Pol'"
"Having attended similiar exercises in other sections of Inclusive, years Gs.dyear's'I.ALLWIATHIR ,
: by certificate Nos. 473 and 1288 unpaid taxes for the too $35388 represent unpaid taxes for the
of 1932 and 1933 respectively and years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive Tire Ui N|
the I to find another market But I
#'a state expected 'just represent unpaid taxes for theyears amounting to $17.89. AI.HO: Com. at SB Cor. of Jackson amounting to $127.37.
1931 to 1939 both Inclusive. ALSO Lots 13 & 14 Blk 14 L. T. A Bay Hts. A Run E 52Vj ft., 8 Said tax certificates. .together with sentry and Mlfoog tfoicfor.
want to tell you this Plant City affair has all the other mar- amounting to $51.61. A Co's Add. to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 105 ft. W 62V4 ft. N. 105 ft., to Beg., all subsequent omitted or Levied otilll9. ANT OTHER TlUJlf
8S.H.UE. Sec 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 11'. taxes. will be sold to the highest
; i, kets, in or out of the state, lookin' like little toy play-pretties ALSO: 8EV\ of NWVi\ Sec. 34 Tp. The taxes to be sold. are evidenced The taxes. to be sold are' evidenced bidder at the Courthouse door In ANY PRICE
4 6 8. it. 22 E., 40 Acres. by certificate No,. 344 and 1110 by certificate No 1252 of 1933 Staike on the 31st.. day of March A.
alongside of it."Nathan The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1931 and 1933 respectively and and represent. unpaid taxes. for' the I>. 193! at 11:00 o'clock A. !M. A.. BOW-n. NEW "U
by certificate No. lilt of 1013:: represent unpaid taxes for the years 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive, Dated this the 11th., day of March ALL-WIATHER Tire It
refers to it the in ifrnsij,
Mayo modestly as largest
and represent. unpaid taxes for the years 1930 to 19:19: both Inclusive amounting to $22.71 A. D. 1939. ,
the south. Billy Wilson director of State Markets bit years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive. amounting; to $34.70. ALSO: SEV4: of NWVi Sec. 4 Tp. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ,J. Thomas, fosger-wearlsg tkas. last y..,ij
goes a amounting to $3601. ALSO: WVfe of SWVi\ of SEVi ABWVi 7 S.: R. 22 E., 40 Acres. CJerk of Circuit Court.. of Bradford -
further and claims it is the largest in the country. Plant ALSO: 814 of SW'4 of NWVi\ & of SWVi Sec 30 Tp. 7 S. It. The taxes to be sold. are evidenced County Florida 3-17 :3t 8-31 leader yet H ceiti you l leul
NWV4\ of "HW'/i' "See.' 13 T'| 6 14. K :21 K. 00 Acres by certificate Nos. 514 and 1369 yen flt a lETTER lrt-w l
City folks insist that it is the largest in the World. But 20 N., 60 Acres.. The taxes to ,be sold are evidenced of 1932 and 1938 respectively, and r -
my 'I The taxes to be sold are .evldenc by certificate Nos. 188 and 540 represent unpaid taxes for the years ..w' Low .Stretch Suptrrfbl

) personal impression is that the darn thing is the biggest in I ed by certificate No.taxes 28 for of the 19.10 andr"p".H"nt of represent 1929 and unpaid 1933 respectively.taxes. for and the ,Ing 1931 to to 6269.1939! both Inclusive amount- I FOR ALL, FORMS OF cord for Bow'teuiq.s.-vl;

the whole blamed universe even if that does take in a lot of 1929 to 1939 unpaid both Inclusive. amount year years 1928 to I!I\ft.: both Inclusive! Ar.HO4: \ of NWVI 7 less R.Ry 21 MOre cords p.r Inch, mom ih|
rI amounting to $121.22.AUIO RIght-of-Way Sec. 21 Tp. 8.
a { territory. IIIK to $141: .65. : SWVi\ of NEVi Sec. 35 Tp. K., 38 Acres. I INSURANCEPLEASE .B th. road.
j ALSO: NKVi' of SK'% A IC'-i; of 6 H. R. 21 K. 40( Acres. The tuxes to be sold. are evidenced -
fl "I drove by it in the morning before the day's activities NWi/i' of "8N4' !:' $rc. 2 Tp 6 S. It. 2Id. The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate Nos. 168 and 503 I GET YOURS TODAYDon't :!
1:., 00 Acres. by certificate Nos. 87 and 213 of 19.11 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent
+Ir' had started and viewing the four gigantic sheds, the several The taxes to be sold. are evldenced of 1929 and 1933 respectively and unpaid taxes for the years 1 PHONE 146
by certificate NOB. 98 and 338 of represent unpaid. taxes for the 1930 to 1919. both Inclusive amount- drlvo your tires part Mdanger
t buildings and extensive paved roads, drives and parking 1932 and 1'JJ.t: ; respectively and represent years 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive ing to 680.42.ALSO : mark. Get your KfJI
unpaid taxes for the. years. amounting to $>)4.38. : : W14 of NWVi\ of NWVi Sec
''t spaces, I figured that it provided market facilities sufficientfor 1931: to 111:19.: both Inclusive. amounting ALSO: Corn 597'4 ft N of SW Cor 21 'rl). 5 8 K. 22 E.. 20 Acres I HAROLDC.WALLAgency I III "C.3" ALL-WEATHER Tim ml
to $104.62. of NEVi' or NIOVi\ A 'Run. The taxes to be sold. are evidenced tlrttcB
the whole state and just couldn't imagine the thing being ALSONKV:: of SE'4 See 2 Tp. 8 K 250 ft, N 197Ml ft, W 250 ft, S by certificate No. 213 of 1932 and .got the "MOST"
5. U. 22: E., 40 Acres. 197 Vi ft, to Keg., Sec. 30 Tt,. 7 8. R. and represent unpaid taxes for theyears ,II i offered at their low prletil ts I IM
;I used to even half its capacity. The taxes to be sold sre' evidenced 22 K.The; 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive,
by certificate No. 183 and 883 taxes to be sold are evidenced amounting to $28.74.ALSO Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years .mbart you gt. a double**
"But that afternoon I returned to find the entire place of 1924 and 1933 respectively. and by certificates No. 602 of 1934, : SKVi of NEVi\ of SWVi\ Sec I I "LIFmll
represent unpaid taxes for the year and represent unpaid taxes for the .15 T|). 5 S. R. 23 E., 10 Acres. I aefeo-Goodyear's
a bee-hive of activity. Several thousand farmers' cars and 1923 to 19J9 both Inclusive, a. years 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive The taxes. to be sold are evidenc ,-- -J GUARANTEI" pins' our aril

r trucks were lined up, all loaded with berries and other produce '.i} JIi itb iJW'ir m l i it:1Jr&fm: { rf.mU Wf} f1'
t with buyers bidding on the stuff as truck after truck i

and car after car rolled in to display and sell SOW y0yRS Wta
I 0
"While I had realized in of that East
a vague sort way

t l Ilillaborough and the neighboring area of Polk comprised a CHEVROLET ?%%CE"D1'S tDW ;
eCtmhininq:; '
great agricultural empire. I had no real conception of its /ow-priced us.'tu1 tt

productive ability until I saw with my own eyes the never cos ;

? ending stream of vehicles that swarmed into this one great

It. market. All Thats Lowe BE SAFE-BE SftMR'
"Florida may well be proud of her achievement in the bat

} Don't fait chanter .. I
r i provision of this and numerous other splendid markets
r .. : imoofk tin*. Do.' aa.
i1 throughout the agricultural areas and these should stand as asset. "bargain,- 'g..ilfy.Goedraarand / .

.4; permannent monuments to those Federal, State and City officials be II"'''J,

whose courage, vision, faith and ceaseless efforts have 'ODEIlfJw h,

made them realities. A_ ,l't 6 Z2f4UO,
You can more but
,; "Such magnificent civic improvements do not come to'a pay NewCusf ,: GOODYEALL !

community without effort and usually reflect the tireless '" Int,.
-/OJ1or.rJ" 11 WEATH
and too often thankless work of far-seeing, determined civic you can't get 14 acst BATTERIES-

leaders and public who, despite criticism, discouragementand t -.,

derision, hold doggedly to their purpose until the task is more quality. Cao,...'. ttasdenl. battery. ..- $$3.
t! ewerfvl *sd d -
i accomplished."Plant MontQk" ,; eee'eble.. Ixtr-sea a
-II( letei.., ......*..Me' for
City's long dream of a super-market might still OUI'Acee" HfAD
j PIli!. II BMStlu*r 18,000-IB1.
be unrealized but for the fact that among her citizens werea OUI'OifJtberof.s ilsl : M4Nq
small group of courageous city officials who in the face O"'o"s ils ff.'dI.

:v of bitter opposition used public funds to purchase the site / ill ff.'d !

on which this great market now stands. 6'S I

!' "Several of these men have passed on, but their work rl__ t -']

; was not in vain, for behind them came others, equally as I SOB ....
I 'O/1fRN ,. *!OMI>
1. Cueisls far .1"
courageous and determined, who carried on, ceaselessly 4" Chevrolet FJfcl" ( \ 2. bemlse fer biddw.ut..
brings you the outstanding quality features of the F01c7FEMUR 3. luemlse tor tMe-wall bns4
striving toward the goal. ,,,;; Vaq,,,,, 4. Ted valves. ecs .. 1.4eOo' !

"The task of selling such an ambitious plan to Federal day-Including Exclusive Vacuum Gearshift, Body by Fisher, Perfected TiJ1fo.'AI d k"e.'ACN"'TI Gto"A'.ft NO OIUGATION COME 1 LI *

and State officials was no easy one. It took years of earnest Knee-Action Riding System-at the lowest cost for -'C ClulrI ;dot v.
purchase price oil and
'4 1, effort. When plans were laid before government officials upkeepl

l and engineers they screamed "Ridiculous." State officials, Drive this car-be more comfortable physically-and be more comfortable mentally, too-

;i sympathetic, still saw "no chance" for such a project. But because of the big savings! .bl..M..O'tu.-,..,., i I Imo

4 these men wouldn't take NO for an answer. They hounded MppEAks' '.9. ,/ I

congressmen and senators camped on the doorsteps of state Don't be satisfied with anything but the hait BUY A CHEVROLET pNfwDbsero oFTpfFATORF I LOWcOkT.\. : *h, ,:.HiGI

officials and sincere and that in S I
were so so insistent time y.cted .
they turned the ". .. Sofe" ; #3. ** >.*
tide. Pto'droUle J"l Jove N fie Sign *
f, ,..(....... MOTOK*v...... ( lJ,
"Impressed, officials became interested. Wheels beganto jlo" All 'l1lciJs '

turn. Cooperation replaced opposition ; the Federal gov- SEE XQURLQCALCHEVROLET! DEALER r0"'b Register Motor C

ernment lent its help; the state gave splendid aid ; the Road ___

Department joined ; the Railroads did their part-to the end TORODE ROAD SERVICE

k I H that Plant City, the World's Strawberry Center, became also CHEVROLET CO. 103

l .the home of the World's Greatest Farmers' Market." Telephone


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