Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Set :; ; ; "_. .- "vI I Kradford Farmers Receive TO MEET AGAIN Action Taken For Convcnience -

uriller hearing! iih_ M I of Farm r;
Next Friday, __ ,, k $15,00 for 15,000 Tho School Bonn I will meet at I Children

For 14tfe I : _' Pint Crates 7 cluck\ Saturday night for the i
April 1'I -
I purpose of opening bills and I
of ICI Confronted by u problem which
awimllnii contracts school bus
for The past seven days on the berry on
refunding proposals threatens to cripple seriously
yards at Starke Lawtey saw routes
Bradford County s anti school finances" next year, Bradford -
undue the heaviest shipments of the season -
County's Board of Public Instruction -
heard by the Board of but declining prices kept It
9 were ACCEPTSTRUSTEES' late Monday afternoon,
at their from being as profitable to growers BOARD
ty Commissioners voted to start the 1939-40 term of
week. Around '
as the previous
here Monday. The prop- .J,.: the Starke school on the first
ting; ; 15.000 crates were loaded from the
made to the Board ? .'- Monday in August.
were farmers approximately -
Ins county grossing
,xecuttve session" and details : .. '" ::--. ,," $45.000: at an average of Faced by a decline in attendance } p

could not be learned .. -- $3 per crate. said to be as high as T5> ,(
he plans NOMINATIONS percent" In some grades, the Board,
Is timeo High winds early last week played several pranks around farm homes in the northwestern part of I Week before last 14,000 crates in recent weeks, has been, Beektnjc

definite\ action was taken the county. The most serious damage was done at the home of J. Q. Roster where a strong blast at I were shipped which at an, excellent some solution for the problem pre.r,

the commissioners Friday.other April thant 14, high noon unroofed the barn shown In picture above and scattered the debris as far as 50 feet away growers average around of$60,000.".25, brought //. //. S. Faculty Has sented by parents who allow their

3 o'clock Young Clifton Rosier stands with his hand on a large chunk of roof which was stopped In Us flight by children to drop out of school In
time for meeting again to the lot fence. Slivers of wood driven It Is reported that North Caro-- Few Major the months for the
he were deep into the dead'oak log (at lower right) as If fired froma spring pur-
ider the proposition further.w gun. Other evidence of the high wind, which lasted only three or four minutes, was found at the farm lina will begin heavy shippingnext ChangesThe pone cf picking strawberries Rural
Justice of peace week and the fear was expressed -
Durham of John Griffis where two small schools In the county solve the
be- boys claimed they were lifted bodily and carried a short distance and on
district, appeared by some sources that the
the first puzzle by beginning their term the
the Reddish place where a strawberry packing shed was blown away. following trustee recommendations -
and objected to the season here will come to a sudden
the for teachers in the first Monday In July, thus freeing f
followed In holding: ants end within the next few days. As e
educe Bradford School students In time for berry har
within the county. lie al- JUDY CANOVA I "TRUCKING ON DOWN: THE AVENUE" usual, however' shipments to near- were accepted County by the High School Board vesting

d that the county had beenng by markets will continue for sometime i
at Its meeting" here Monday: The State pays Into the county
district In
as coroner In his yet. E. L. Williams, principal, Miss school fund approximately 25c per ,
law which statesthe SAYS SHE is The season's totals for Starke
allon of a Evelyn Stump, Mrs, T. T. Long, pupil for each day's attendance.
of is the and Lawtey now stand at 2,094,400
Justice peace 'IT. Mrs. Jack Williams burs S. P.Vnndlvlel'c. This payment Is based on accur-
coroner. The pints for which have received -
fly constituted FROM STARE growers J. II. Atkinson, J. M. ate school records and when a
referred the matter approximately $172,000.
missioners Whittemore, Lester Sponholtz, student drops out the county loses ,
Durham and the --
k to Mi Mrs. S. S. Dowllng, Mrs Geo. A 25c for each day he misses. The

ty Judge for settlement. BRADFORD CROP Anderson, Mrs. Warren Perkins, amount of money received from
n application, was received for Popular "Unadilla" Star 1 i. PROSPECTS GOOD Mm N. B.I Wulnwrlght, Jr., Mrs the state during the 1939-40 term

structlon of a bridge near the Confesses True R. K Demorest, Mrs. Daisy Fish. will be based on attendance records -

Starling farm and the mat- er." Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs! Earl of 193839. One local official -
Bradford tobacco
Birth Place County growers
was referred to the County) Rearing, Miss Lucile Kennedy, estimated\ that wholesale r
will rent up this week-end
d Trustees who are solely, renslble Miss Willie Mae Illnson, Mrs absences this spring. might coat
from the arduous task of setting
for construction and At last Judy Canova, popular Rudolph Andrews, Miss Lucile the county mOre than $3,000 next
plants with which they have been
ntenance of roads and bridges. radio stage, and motion picture Edwards', Mrs W. H. Hart, Mrs.KthH .
L. comedienne, has broken down and I Shown here, lining both sides of Cherry Street opposite the packing occupied for the past week or so. year.The
ol Mrs. W l BlKgs Mrs Edna Prevatt
he application ,
Board, which did not meetuntil
admitted that her home town Is sheds, is a portion of the fleet of refrigerator trucks which arrivedhere Contrary to early fears, plants
allowance was Mis. II. C. Hitch MlHS
tor ,
g pauper I' Kitty 4 o'clock Monday afternoon,
Instead of Unadilla, week haul Bradford strawberries to market were plentiful enough for every
Starke Fla last to County's
18ed because Mr. Bugg Is now ? HogHod, Mrs. Leola Roberts, Miss
and had not been In session many ;i
to have all he wanted
Ga. The momentous confessionwas More trucks than ever are here this season, and these giants of the grower
old assistance J. Ruby LI 1 ley, Miss Madge Middle-
lying age Homo to Blue mold did not minutes before the question which,
Durrance was stricken from made in an Interview with road have completely revolutionized the method of shipping berries spare ton MUs Lois! Adklns. and Miss! was uppermost In everyone's mind
take ax heavy a toll this season as
because members the Atlanta Constitution during: a in recent Lorraine Smith.
pauper roll of years.BROOKER I I lit did last year. It Is estimated came out. "What are we going
his family are now receiving: personal appearance that around 850 acres of tobacco All teachers are familiar with to do about thin attendance business

for dependent children. The Judy: and the rest of the Canova NEGRO IN will be grown In Bradford, lID Increase public here" with the exception of ?" Home one asked.

nance of Andrew Sullivan was family. TALLAHASSEE. I of more than 500) acres Mrs. Fisher of Green" Cove Springs The Hoard's attorney, II. V.

nntinued for the same reason. Following \la the: article from over lust season and Mrs. Sheppard of Ocoee. Miss Knight, lid vised"that It would not NG

enry Gibson'' was,, allowed $10 *the' Atlanta newspaper: MURDERER I All spring crops in this sectionare Smith hits been transferred here be practical to begin wholesale

month {Ol' immediate relief, Judy Canova'took the plaits out looking fine because of weath- from the Hampton/ school, /and prosecutions-teven though the law

tha widow's pension applica- of her hair between shows yester- I- I er conditions that) have been nl- ; Miss Adklnx whoso home In' In clearly requires! parents to keep' [
of Mrs Jean Gaskins was ap- day and proceded to give the inside GETS LIFE Starke has been teaching' In
r | most Ideal' although u trifle on their children In school during the
|vet this from Unadilla"
on "gal North Carolina I
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the dry side. Two fair rains recently entire term. Mr. Knight stated

resolution was passed asking business. 1 however, have everything Other Ti'iirluTH Unit he did not believe prosecution

i Legislature to pass a general Judy, Brother Zeke and Sister Sentenced Last Week looking shipshape.Harvesting The following teachers for the would be the bent solution to the }

authorizing proper officials to Anne have risen to radio fame I of a large acreage of Luwtey school were" also accepted: problem since it Is "almost impossible

nburse Lawrence Wiggins for and fortune since seven years ago fly Duval Circuit string beans will begin by the I I. H. Cody principal. Mrs I. U. to force anybody to do:

I taxes erroneously paid by him they adopted the town of Unadilla, Court I last' of next week Squash Is Cody, Mrs L. H. Flitch. Mrs. Ceo." something he doesn't want to do,.

{certain landsFLORIDA Ga., as home and popularized it in i "shooting up over' night," there Is. Roberts, Mrs Illn heals, Mrs. especially when violations are on

-.. -- I their hillbilly jokes and mountain Willie Thomas, Brooker negro t1 J'I. a "world" of sweet corn In fine Melvin Futch, Mrs Blanche KM-I 8111R large scale 1i

music. They opened a week's engagement convicted of slaying two other i | condition, and an estimated four wards, and Mrs L. H. Hill.( Hoard member J. H Moore said,

INVITES at the Roxy theatre Jr i 10f five hundred acres of Fordhook The Brooker faculty was announced "Don't you think the best solution {

ING AND QUEEN yesterday."I negroes in Jacksonville recently r i Lima Beans at follows: G. I';. McCauley to the problem would be to have

oughta wait until the end of was sentenced In Duval County Crops with lesser acreage include principal, H. P. Morgan, Mcl the Starkn school start at the

Curing the first brief session of the week to tell this, but Unadilla Circuit Court last week to life watermelons, potatoes, and vln Futch. Mrs S. M Balrd. Mrs. !, came time as the rural schools?" 8}

( House Wednesday, Rep. Inman ain't my real home town," said imprisonment in the State Prison scattered planting of cucumbers. Russell Norman, Mrs Melva Ilnrrell Chairman E. J, Lewis looked at

|i'red a resolution Inviting the Judy. "Starke Fla., is. It's just a Raiford. The jury which 41J Only around 200 acres of Sea-Is- and Mrs. H P Morgan; Dr. W. E. Middleton, board member

Ig and Queen of England to little place on the other side of Farm at I i : v land cotton were planted In March Mrs J. M. Whittemore was from the Starke district Dr. a

Jit Florida when they come to the Florida border. Zeke and convicted him recommended a less than half of the 1938 plant- added to the faculty at Hampton Mlddleton said "I am in favor of) a

United States next month. ItI' Anne were born in Lake City. mercy. Ing, which in turn was less than where theM\ of teachers has been all county schools starting at the

adopted and read as follows: Mountain Music Thomas shot Annie Belle Daw- 1 I, half of that planted In 1937. ,, previously announced. same time. It Is just as fair for '
and Bishop CHAICI.KY: JOHNS -- --- .. -. -- Mrs. Ancll Norman wan addedto }
sister-in-law, children In the Starke school
{Whereas George VI and Ellza- kips, his
we'd never get I
"Maw told us
the at Hellbronn.' eRas
b, King and Queen of Great singing in conventional Arnett Hicks Jacksonville negro Bradford County's State Senator I MRS. H. H. YOUNG faculty attend during the summer month
anywhere blamed for previous The teachers of Vanderbilt It Is for those in
the rural
Plain Jns beyond and Ireland and the Dom- fashion. We'd visited often In the man trouble whom with he his wife. The shoot- I who left the latter part of i BACK IN LIBRARY school were announced as Mrs schools." a

the Seas EmperorI mountains of North Carolina so Lois
Mayes, pilnclpul, Wins
I Empress of India, soon will we took the hillbilly style of song Ing occurred on the home night in of Jack-January 1!Legillative Mrs H. H. Young, recently re- Lilly McRae Superintendent A. J. Grlffls and

honored guests of the United and Joke. 23 at Hick's leased by the WPA as head of the -._---.-- Attorney Knight predicted that
ties and."Whereas. sonville. Thomas left Brookel'l named chairman of the Internal the proposition would meet with
"Unadilla seemed like a quaint I public library here because of a

I in Florida land of name-and It caught the public's during the afternoon, and : Affairs Committee, and Is a member -I I ruling that prohibits. two members GOOD FRIDAY disfavor among parents of children,

|*ers, nature Joins in extending fancy. Everybody seemed to like train to Starke, carrying his shot of the following: Corporations; of a family from being employed SERVICESThree I living In town, but after some discussion 1''

pi welcome always therefore. the idea of our using Unadilla as gun concealed in a bag. Shortlyafter I I Labor and Industry;;: Public Utilities by the WPA, has. been re- Dr. Middleton made a mo
he stole
'Be It resolved by tbe House of home except former Mayor Oddfe arriving here an : Transportation and Traffic; employed with her salary to bet hours of devotion today tion that the Starke school should
automobile belonging to Billy and (Good Friday will be observed in 'begin Its next term on fhe first
preventatives and the Senate Potts. He klnda thought we were Jacksonville. Temperance. ,i paid by a fund made up from loc ) I
wring, ridiculing his fair city. Noegel and sped to I al sources 29 minute periods from noon until Monday In August It was seconded -

I'That all and I Through the window of Hick's t The City Council Tuesday night 3 o'clock, led by the various) ', by Mr. Moore.
Florida invites theireftUps "Odd Ie ain't mayor no more
bids named home he shot the Dawkins woman promised $10 a month for a six- Starke minister at the Kplncopal: The original suggestion was to
them welcome, and I've a motor company ;
got h I
them who wa sitting on the bed when month period for thin purpose. Church.Dr. begin the term on the first Monday
extends the keys to her down there now-Judy
for me
PS. lakes, streams and groves, Canova Motor Company. Mr. Ware, her back turned. He stated later The remainder of the salary will C. C. Adams' will conductthe in July--.simultaneously with

'I' all her many delights." me some sharesin that he mistook her for his wife. be made up from other sources. meditation beginning at 12:25: the rural l schools-but this was
the owner, gave
he fled Arrangements for reemployment and the Rev A. K. Lightfoot will abandoned because it would not
down as
too. shot
the was
company of the librarian were mode conduct beginning at 1:10. The give teachers the opportunity to
[NEGRO SCHOOL Sister Anne piped up to remind from the house to telephone police. attend even f ,'
by a committee from the Woman's Rev, Frank'Robinson will take up one term of summer +

SITE SOUGHTSUpt that the Canovas were Spanish. Thomas then Jumped into the stol- the devotion at 1:3.1: and the Rev.L. school ,
In Spanish means
"And Unadilla
one-horse town," she explained. en automobile and headed for C'lub.MRS. --+-- --- A Shepherd at 2:20: and 2:45.: Up until recent years the problem

A j Griffis and a com- Gasping Stream Brooker for the avowed purpos Q B. D. MEADS The other 25-mlnute: periods are of spring attendance was not

tlee' from the Starke colored little horrified In-law. Police I under the guidance of the Rector serious In the Starke school because -
let out a his mother
Judy of killing MONDAYMrs.
"ool DIES
of St. Mark's.It .
appeared before the City I most students were re-
It's more '
When Judy gawps unable to1
until Tuesday night and asked gasp. gave chase 1 Is earnestly hoped that people cruited from families living with

f't the old municipal ball park like a scream. .ought to overtake him until they shot a Frances Katherine Meads, who cannot be present for the entire in the limits of to'."'". However,
shouldn't have at the
"You 81, died Monday morning '
donated for the site of a pro- We don't hole In one of his tires, causinghim period will come for one of the present trend of consolidationof
P4 told him that Anne. .a home of her son, W. A. Meads,
new colored the shorter and small rural schools with B. If.
school building. with Into an approachIng ones entering
., another row to swerve
r Griffis and council mem- want to ( 5 near Hampton. leaving quietly DO the the devotion S., has brough u large number
people. they've Whltuhouse. Ga.. Mrs.
those Unadilla truck near A native of Baeonton
: W L Wall and H. A. Bishop our I of other will not bo disturbed. I of children from farm families Into
1' been too swell to us. selling I Meads had been a resident of
appointed at 7:30 o'clock the Rt. the grades here. The scarcity
as a committee to Tonight
to tour- of the \
and souvenirs the last days Florida since 1913 when she moved
'eSIl gate postcards and during I iof farm labor in recent ball .
whether or nof sur- there." vaudeville circuit. ThisIs to Campville with her husband Rev. Frank A Juhan Bishop of| years : I n
'Ind ists down old Keith's
Ing property owners would Anne, Zeke and Pete, the kind of homecoming for her. i I the late Byron D. Heads. After Florida will confirm a class and made it economically desirably
agreeable Judy. a for of these children to
to such preach in St. Mark's. A cordial parents
a proposition. are brothers and sisters. "We've never lived In Georgia the, death of her husband she mov- 1'
manager ao
.. t welcome Is extended to the public take them out of school during
-- Is Canova. Their visited relatives here ed to 'Jack onvllle where she lived
Their real name we've
but in this service. March and April to assist In har-
Operetta I to share
To BC Given 1, father was! Spanish, their mother, and you know In Gorgia a visit tc I for 22 years, but had been at vesting the strawberry ) It
l\tV.two: ?- --- - crop. v t
children of the prlk !I English. They have been acting a relative can last a long, longtime Hampton for the past two years Is thin practice that has created a

ke department at B. H. S., will I I since childhood but didn't go on ," she said. She was a member of the Meth- Cool Kattler Predicted worrisome problem for local '

parr m an operetta, "Spring | the stage until they all met onetime Judy will begin rehearsal for a I odist Church at Campvilln, where A cool Easter Is predicted by officials.

'hi iw iT be presented Friday | in New York's Greenwich Broadway show. "Yokel Boy GKO. II. INN funeral services were held Wednesday the weather experts but this will': ..

Ap-p, 14, in the school .Village, seven years ago. Their Good," In about six weeks.It morning. Interment was In not materially Interfere with the I
(ditortum presented Makes ': Bradford County's Representative "Raster Parade" since most women -| To lie Unveiled
at 8 o'clock. The I first hillbilly act was scheduled to open on Broad the Windsor Cemetery.Mrs.
eat promises to be an unusual i' in the Village Barn. It was a hit. I is In June. She plays next who has been named on the Meads Is survived by two prefer to wear their new I:I'I J. II. Fields, council commander +,

tat for music Before way After the committees: daughters, Mrs. Mary Dull of treaties and shiver rather than announces that the W. O. W will
lovers Here
\ of the corn-( i Played, week in Philadelphia. following Legislative j I I '' {
UnityThe I IIt I About six and a half years ago ; Broadway engagement she hopesto Agriculture; Insurance; Lumber I,I Jacksonville and Mrs. Joe Westof leave their finery at home. A j I'unveil a monument In memory of '

Is played in Atlanta at the another movie. and Naval Stores; Nurseries and Ocala; two sons, W, A. Meads cool air mass hovering over Alaska -l I the late W. F.. Torode at KlnRsley ,
llfetta under the Judy make
CO'f MrsA. E. Wall and dlrec-I., same theatre where she is now I attained real fame Plant Husbandry: and State,Prisons I of Hampton, and J S. Meads, city and Canada !lit said to be the Lake Cemetery Sunday afternoon,

t. Brown will act as, accompa-: I performing. That was the when Georgia the with Judy Paul first Whlteman on the radio. and Convicts. 1 I detective In Jacksonville cause of the trouble. I I Apt 11 23. at 3:30: o'clock.I ,

Roxy was known as t

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ri ; BENEFITS- VED------ amounting to $."".15AU40 1927 to 19.19. both Inclusive, amounting y..arn 1927!< to. Iii9! : both Inclusive amounting to nil.,, .
REVIEW : Lots 1, :3 of E': of rtlk 28, to $26.42. amounting to $45/ .99.! ALSO: HWi 'Jf I
Livingston, Trud l\- & 'I'U'H Sub-Dlv. ALSO: N 2 Acre of WI, :ir- BOY FROM VARIED WELFARE PROGRAM of NMVi' ot NEVi' Hoc 28 Tp. 0 8. R. Of SWW\ & S A. In NW Cor of NW 23. 24. 25. 26 Tp. 5 S. R. 2$ E The!' tax.. t(. I 10., "t.,
i Z2 M.Th.. of NWii Set 8 TP7 S. R. 22 51., The taxes to be sold are evidenced ed by 'eorUfl'st,. % ':' ,
... taxen to bit sold am. evidenced 6 Acres. by certificate No. 124 and 734 of 1932 and m:: Vi
II SCOUT 'I Practical benefits which Brad- budgetary needs. It increased to by certificate No. 489 and 388 The taxes. to be sold are evidenced of lU8 and 1933: respectively, and represent unpall'.1, ,
: I of 1V30 and 1934 respectively, and by certificate No.. 144 and 1398 represent unpaid taxes. for the years 1931 to i Ifl. f,.,
NEWS ford County has received from the 175: persons as of December 31. represent unpaid taxes for the years of 1902 and 11133 respectively and years 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive, mounting to $211 ''I, -tl,

varied phases of the State Welfare During the calendar year 1938 1320 to 1039 both Inclusive, amounting represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $38.99. ALSO: NL/I (if :\\\ .
: I to $87.40.ALO year 1901 to 1939. both Inclusive ALSO.: NEW of NEW; of NEVi Sec. 20 Tp. 6 S. R jj I. .p'
furnished In W.
program from July 1, 1937 clothing P. A. : CWVi of SE'4 SBC 35 Tp. amounting to $63.67. 24 Tp. 5 S. II. 22 10:., 10 Acrea. The taxes i,, i I.. I -I.
I when the State Welfare Board was sewing rooms to the value of $3.- 6 H. li. 22 K., 40 Acre. ALSO: NWVi of SU&Yi Sec. 9 Tp. The taxes to be sold are evidenced pd by certificate :,_' '\,
; Troop 70, Boy Scouts of America 030.72 and The taxes to be hold are evidenced 7 H. R. 22 (J].. 40 Acre by certificate. Nos. 181 and 763 and represent ">f
continues to grow and to thrive in Inducted Into office to December surplus commodities by certificate No. 507 and 448 The taxes to he Bold are evidencedby of 1928 and 19.13: respectively. and year. 1932 to unp 19' I ,1'" I,
audition of two 31. 1938. the end of the last calen- to the value of 4084.08 were distributed of 1933 and 1934 respectively and certificate No. 408 and 1399 of represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $41:' ;>, ', '''I 1 h
Starke. With the here.Bradford repreaent unpaid taxe. for the years 1931 and 1933 respectively and represent years 1927 to 19.19.: both Inclusive ALSO
more applications during the past dar year. were summarized in a 19.11 to 1939 both Inclusive amount- unpaid taxes for the years amounting to $45.99. S S. R. :22 SWW of "' I. '
E. .
from the state ins to 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting 40 A ,I.
released $54.49.AL.SO
Scoutmaster reports that statement County has maintainedan ALSO: NMi of 8WW of SEW of aa Knight. 8ub-I>, m''k' '
week the : Ivot 7 In Woodlawn Sec. 19 to $67.11.ALSO 6 S. R 22 E.. 6 u ;
Sec. 26 Tp 27 "wltiEx
Board In Jackson NEW Inclusive
of the ,
offices enrolled .
for only two average strength in Tp. 5 8. R. 23 K., 10 Acres. : ANH except ,,
the Troop has room : NW% of PEV4 of SR\4\ Acre. Lot I, 2. 3. 8. '. : 1 lilt
of the Civilian Conservation Corps of The taxea to be sold are evidenced f, of HWVi\ of SEW Sec. 15 Tp. 6 21 1., Ilk
three more and if boys our ville.When The taxes to be Hold are evidenced Tp. 6 S. R. 22 P I'
or by certificate No. 288 and 647 .
S. R. 22 E.. 30 Acres.The .
Into office
expect to become a the Board went 57 men. These men earn $30 per of 1930 and 1933 respectively and by certificate No. 136 and 803 The taxes to bed ',,1

community excellent Troop the 103 residents of this county were month each and remit $23 monthly represent unpaid taxes for the year. taxes certificate.to be No.sold are 840 evidenced and 951- of 1928 and 1933 respectively for andrepresent the by certificate :\ ,1"-",': .'
of this 1929 by unpaid taxes and represent '
part to 1939 both
Inclusive unpni.i ,
will necessarily' have receiving Old Age Assistance. The to dependents at home. Duringthe to $87.47.ALSO of 1932 and 1933 respectively and years 1927 to 1939, both Inclusive years 1925 to 1939 i ,f"1':'?

applications hands of the number of recipients had been in tenure of the State Welfare : Nl& of SEVJ of 8WU Ex. 2 represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to $46.33. amounting to $73): ) ,,, 'I It ."I
to be placed in the A In 22 year 1931 to U311Inclu..lvp. amount- ALSO: W'" of SKW of NEW of
N WCor. Sec. Tp. 8 8 .H. ALSO
Scoutmaster at once. Those making creased to 298 on December 31, Board this county has realized an 22 IS., IS Acre Ing to $81.58. of Sec. 33 Tp. 6 HWW Sec. 211 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 K., 6 S. R. 22: K.NEW, 40 of Ac pt,\.\s '" j

week are 1938. for an aggregate sum of average monthly income of $1- The taxea. to be xold are evidenced ALSO: SKV\ SW',4 A i'res. The taxes to be -
this past S. R. 22 E. 40 Acre ''101 ,.
application by certificate. No... Sll and 1036 The. tuxes to be told are evidenced d. .
month. the certificate ,, '
During N ,
j 4082.00 710.00 from this The The to be old are evidenced ;
per source. taxes ?
_ Almeron Lee and Steve aggregate of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and .. 685 and 1339 by certificate No*. 141 and 286 and represent unpiJj, of J
These two boys have been, placed :18-month period, Bradford had received amount received by enrol- represent unpaid taxes for the years of by 1930 certificate and 19,13: No.respectively and of 1928 and 1934 respectively and years 1930 to 1931: i, .'?,*' ':
1930 to 1919: both Inclusive, amounting represent unpaid taxes for the amounting to 'Ih '
I In Old As- $63.
$36.987.70 Age lees that taxes for the 511
during $30- unpaid
period was represent
ft of the Junior Assistant to .
t. under the care $54.98.ALSO 1929 both Inclusive, yearn 1927 to 1939: both Inclusive ALSO: SV Of NT'. '
Scoutmaster Frank Robinson : slstance. At the end of December 780.00. : NW% & K't I of SWH Sec. year to to $64 1939.02. amounting to $25.70. NWW\ Sec. 25 Tp s Nil
there were 11 applications pend 26 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 F., 240 A"r.... amounting with of SW% Sec. 11 Tp. Acres. I: 11
Hald lax certificate together ALSO: NWW
[. and The Senior As certifying agent the State The. .
11 taxea Mold
to are evidenced Acre. The taxes to b< ,,
all subsequent omitted or Levied 6 S. R. 21 K., 40 '" I ,. .
Leader Enos Hayes under whose ing.I Welfare Board during the past and by repreent certificate. unpaid No. taxes 703 of for 18.10 the. taxes will be sold to the highest. The taxes to be .sold: are evidenced ed by certificate N., 1141; Of''

direction they will prepare themselves I, At the end of December the year has certified 334 residents of years 192! to 1939. both Inclusive, bidder at the Court House door In by certificate Nos. 12S and 139 and represent 1932 unpaid ,,." '
: for the J number of recipients of Aid to the to the amounting to 145904. Starke on the 7th., day of April of 1931 and 1934 respectively, andrepresent years to 1939. i ., th', :'
examination Bradford W. amounting to
for the I County P. A. 19,19.: at 11:00: o'clock A. M. unpaid taxes. for the $1846
meet- Blind had Increased to 11 and the Said tax certificate togeth.rwith Dated till 18th., day of March A. ALSO: N'6! of M K ,
rank of Tenderfoot. At the I for employment as Jobs became all ..ub.1l1ent omitted or years 1930 to 1949: both Inclusive NWW Sec. 25 Tp s \}
last Monday night the following I monthly payroll had mounted to available levied taxes will be no Id to the. D. 1939. amounting to $84.16. Acres I. 21 I
Ing (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas'
the 1938 highest bidder at the CourtHOUHH Bradford i ALSO' Nf of NEW Sec. 15 Tp. The
.. from letter I i $154.00. During year Clerk of Circuit Court of } : tax to lie S.l',01 ,,
extract was a Other Bradford welfare door In Ktarke, on the 14th., day of "'
; County Florida. 3-24 3t 4-7 6 H. It. 21 E.. 40 Acres. ed by certificate!' Nnat,i ]
_____ of this county's sightless were aided April A. D. 1939 at 11:00 o'clock A. County
I __ received from Scout Executive I I I activities include: M. The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1932 and 1933 r. [l' ,,JL"J
Florida Area "We wish to the amount of 133100. bated On lIEu Of P-ni.K-\TIO% AND by certificate No. 132 and 160 represent unpaid 1 tii\, ('or'
the North ; Referrals to N. y A. 104 Ser thisthe, 2r.1 th., day of March : and year. 1931 to 1919 i I..
j The Aid to Dependent Childi ; A. I). 1930.OFKIClAr. NOTI( '': TO APPHAH of 1931 and 1934 respectively 'n j ''h,1
; to acknowledge receipt your 2 The State of Florida to Sllle Hol represent unpaid taxes for theyears I, amounting to :$25.74
vices to Courts Services to
report for the month of i ren Program was retarded by lack ; ( I'.ourt.( J. flradfordCounty Thoma'i land Flowery Brnnch, Georgia 1930: to 19.19 both Inclusive Said tax certlfl .,i t. ,
i monthly I| of funds and at the end of 1938 County Welfare Departments, 135; i flerk of Circuit of You are notified that Boyd J. amounting to $1011.12. with all subHequeut,,, mtl',
March. We have given you a rat- Florida, 3.31 3t 4-14 Holland has. duly filed Levied taxes. will b, ..jj"
a* plaintiff
Out of Town Inquiries. 86. ALSO: Lot 24 & Lot 26 A. Townof to
was still in its Infancy. During highest
of A-12 for the month of I I hilt bill of complaint for divorceugalnnt 25 bidder at (lb. ."OUM
Ing Lawtey E of Ry.. Sec. 23, 24, ,
December 10 children received this The benefits, the statement IVOTICKBv you. Hal lie Holland as defendant door In Starke on tintk
the first 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., d
? March. Your report is the power vented In them the and that affidavit for the April. 1939 at 11:00: 1"IIi
I to be received." This letter < aid for a Joint sum of $119.00. The stressed, were made possible without Board of Public Instruction of Issuance of this order has been duly The taxes to be sold are' evidenced Dated this the 18th 'lin. 01 A
one I( county is entitled to $481.00 the necessity of levying any Hradford' Cou ft y. Florida, hereby filed all In Circuit Court of Bradford by certificate Non. 245 and 255 A. I). 2939.OFFICIAL.
was signed by M. G. Boa well. call, .* an election to be. held In (Gra County Florida In Chancery: of 1932 and 1935 respectively, and ( SEAL) A JIb
Scout Executive. The rating oft ;I monthly limited funds available new tax other than that imposed ham. DlHtrlct No. 11 of Bradford and you, Hullle Holland are hereby represent. unpaid taxes for the Clerk of Circuit Couri, ,f Bra
4 '{ being distributed on a population upon the sale of Intoxicating beverages 'ounty, Florida, on Tuexday April required to appear In said cause year 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, County Florida. :.2. It
A-12 means that out a possible i 2I, Ift39 at ftlley Wandln'it packing on May 1. A. D. 1939; Bradford -.------
basis. of the --- -- --- ----------
14 points our boys qualified for I through repeal prohibition bed 1 for the purpoHC of electing County Telegraph I I..* designated aa ---
i: The case load of recipients of amendment.With three. trustees and fixing the mill- the newspaper for the publicationof
12 points during the month. This age for the ensuing two year thin order once each week for
Is an outstanding rating as the I I surplus commodities was swelled the entire program well advanced For the purpose of holding wnldelection four cnnnecutive week SPECIALYOUR

p ___ federal broadening Bradford the following are appointed 1 and official
__ In the by a regulation County is receiving Witness my hand
usual high for most Troops : a..* manager*: J. A. J. McKlnney, seal at Srarke Flnrldii thin March
I Area is A-10 or A-ll. The top eligibility requirements to in- a materially larger rev Prank Abernathy II. D Witdln, ; 28, A. P 19.19.OFFICIAL : .
Is to'I 'I elude those whose Incomes were enue from welfare sources duringthe and John fnrrency, clerk. I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35
of A-14 only possible I
score Board of Public Instruction Bradford All Clerk of said Circuit Court. ,
the I less than 100 per cent of their present year. County Florida. By A. JOrlffl for
receive twice during year by Knight At Ivnlglit Attorney

I c_ any Troop. At the meeting last I Secretary.*. County Superintendent 3-31 4t 4-21 and plaintiff 3-31 4t 4-21 GAS AT A PRICE. YOU CAN AFFOR!

Monday, which was called early, I dalneuvllle last week
_____ I DEFENSE TO BE !\o'rIclc OK iII.OF TAX .NOTICIOK Mtl.K OK Ttx TO PAYSmith's
; the boys assembled for a short Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Padgett are CICHTIKIfATKX CKKTIFICATHMNotice :

period with the Scoutmaster and I'[I BEST IN HISTORY the proud parents of a big boy, Notice la herehy given that "U. O. I* hereby given.that W. II.Edwards. .
Powell ha* filed with me written Jr., has filed with me
f. then aeparated for their patrol I| born last week. request. that the tax certificate together written request that the tax certificated -

work in their Patrol Rooms. Real | Completion of the present arms Mr. and Mrs. Larson Mintz and levied with taxes all subsequent held by the omittedor State omitted together or levied will all taxes subsequent held- GaragtJI4I1JiNNS

., : effort and excellent results emerge reinforcement will put the state be advertised. and soldto
______ program Mrs. Abe Crosby of Jacksonvillewere be advertised and Hold to the. highet by
'; from these Patrol Room activities the United States' peacetime land vlslti..g their parents, Mr. bidder for cash aa provided. bv the highest bidder for cash asprovided
t Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of by Chapter 18296 of the
''ac_____ which are presided over by the sea, and air forces In the best con and Mrs. L. R. Gainey Sunday. the legislature upon the following 1937 act of the Legllature." upon

boys themselves thus developing dition in history it is stated by described real rntate In the Countyof the following described real estateIn
i Brooker's Busy Bees met at the Bradford State of Florida, to- the County of Bradford, State of
their ability as leaders and follower military advisers in Washington
wit Florida, to-wit:
home of Miss Hazel Crosby last' : (
?, 1.. (both of which are a necessary D. C. NEW of NEU Sec.' 24 Tp. 8 S. R. SE"/ of SE'4 Sec. 27 Tp. 4 S. R.
Friday with Joyce Atkinson vice- 21 K.. 40 Acrea.The .2 n., 4U. AcroB.Tha .
part of the training of any President Roosevelt's $552.000- president These Busy Bees are taxes to he old are. evidenced -' taxes to he Bold are evldenc-. -4e?

boy's life). Scout George Powell 000 defense coupled with by certificate No. 169 of 1930 ,d by certificate No. 191 of 1931. J1!::
program very busy with their aprons and and represent unpaid luxe for theyears ind represent unpaid taxes for the
having satisfactorily completed his the for about oara 1930 to 1HJU. both Inclusive,
Navy's request are asking all girls to come and 1929 to 1939 both Inclllllive.amountlnlll' ,
work and examination was admit to $14.28.AU mounting' to 7088.
: $750,000,000 and the
Army's an join them Friday afternoonat ALSO NWH of NE'. Sec. 34 Tp.
every !(): W'Xj of 14\V% of NKV4 Sec. him chance
ted as a Tenderfoot and was assigned nual appropriation of $450,000,000. 3 o'clock. The next meeting 11 Tp. 8 R.' U. 22 1')., 20 Acrea. N. R. 22 E., 40 Acre To give a better ,

_____ to the Panther Patrol. The taxes. to be cold are evidenced -. The taxes to be sold are evUlenc-
promise these results within two will bo at the home of Eva Fay by certificate No. 923 of 1933. I d by certificate No. 251 of 1930, in life start now on: our

______ Scout Rlbert Earl Thornton was years: Gainey. Refreshments of lemon- and represent unpaid IRXPB for the nd represent unpaid taxes. for the.
changed from the Panther PatrolI !i I yean 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive earn 1929 to 1931\ both Inclusive systematic plan which will
1. The strongest! American navy ade and cake were servd by the I amounting to $23.9fi. mounting to $111.71.
to the Bat Patrol.
In hiotory, rivaled in might only hostess. ALSO: Wi.4 of K>T, of NEli A E>,4 ALSO: Lot 57 In Woodlawn Sec. enable your child to obtain
S Following theAe meetings!'! the of NW! of NE>4 $"o. 11 Tp. 6 H. R. r 3 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E., 10 Acren.The .
by Britain's. --.- 22 R., CO Acrea. taxes to be Bold are evldenc- a college education at amazIngly *
Scouts lined up by Patrols and. The taxes; to be sold are evld..ncI I d by certificate NOB. 97 and 688
2. An army air corps of 6.000 HIGHER COSTSOF f 1928 and 1933 respectively and small cost
____ marched Into the Auditorium of ed by certificate Noa. 38t and 295
planes among the world's largest of 1930 and 1":14): respectively, and' eprenent unpaid taxes for the
the First Methodist' Church and,1 LEGISLATIONThe represent unpaid taxes for the :years I I earnl927 to 1939. both Inclusive,
nnd naval air force of
_ attended in a body the service of a possibly 19211 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng I 1 mounting to 4599. ASK our local agentor
j 2.t lQ) planes. to $11602. I I ALSO: Lot 19 In Woodlawn Sec.
Worship there. During the service 3 6 8.' It. 22 E., 10 Acrea.The write
; cost of the legislature rose ALSO: K'II of NKW of SEH Sec. :
the Scoutmaster the Rev. 'i I 3. A regular army of 250,000 11 Tp. 8 S. H. 22 K., 20 Acre tuxes to be sold are evldenc-
I from $305.688 In 1935 to $337- The d by certificate No*. 100 and 51ft!
i officers and men, fully equippedfor taxe to be *olt] are evidenced I
Frank Robinson pastor of the 575.62 in 1937, an Increase of $::51,- by certificate No. 382 and. 9261 f 1928 and 193.1: respectively and
c Plrst Methodist Church, presented the first time with modern of 19.10 and 1933 respectively and' epresent unpaid taxes for the
I these boys to the ; weapons, congregation small compared to that of the year. llt.il; > to 1939, both Inclusive :, mounting to 4599.
the same size better armed than ALSO; Lot 14 In Woodlawn Sec.
and spoke a few words of com- amounting to $43: .47.
previous legislature which made I 4 Tp 5 S, R 22 ft.. 10 Acre
mendatlon at any time since the World War. AL.NOV't: of NWH Sec. 13 Tp
concerning their activities
of 81448. from 1933to 8 H. It. K. SO Acre The taxes to be sold are evldencT -
an 'Increase i .
r and their organisation. Much equipment also will be on The ",,2..3.. to; be sold:; are evidenced I .,, '.I'I I-.K, jjn*. ins nnd 600

I hand for an army of 1,000,000 In' 1935. hv certificate No.. 2H! nnd 943 of of 111:1H: and 19.13: : respectively andrepresent
Plans are being made for continued event of In 1917 the legislature enacted 1I2! and 19:13: respectively and represent unpaid taxes for the

camping activities : emergency unpaid taxes for the years
among 4. Industry geared to turn out 523 laws at a total cost of 84. 1928 to 11)19.!) !> both Inclusive, amounting -
the boys during the spring and :570. This made the to "111.04.
and expense per
12,000 warplanes a readyto
months. year ALSO: HWH of NWV Fx..5 Acre
summer Completion of start a vast flow of munitionson law equal $163. Since that time In loiN 'or & 3 A. In SW Cor. See
I i Camp COCOAM Is contemplated, short notice. the cost of law making In the Tp 6 S. R. 22 r.;., 33 Acre. 17))

with the assistance of the The taxe to be nold are evidencedby CH EVROLET
i 5. Stronger permanent defenses state of Florida has tripled. From certificate. Noa. 394. 961 and 312 et"hinin

Club the sponsoring group for for the Atlantic and Pacific coasts 1917 until 1937 this relative expense of 11130 1933: and 1934: respectively, ; /
taxe for the
this Troop during the next few an drepresent unpaid /ow-pricetf
_____ the Panama Canal and Hawaii, has decreased four times years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive,
months. and air and naval but Increased six times. The last amounting to $75.63.

The earnest cooperation among buses.numerous new session with 1,286 laws passed ata 6. ALSOVL H. R. 22 K ,; 40 of Acre 8VV!i.. Sec. 20 Tp. "All That Best lowest CosiI7

_. the parents of theRe boys and ------.. -- -- total of $357, 75.62. the expense The taxe* to be "nhl l are evidencedAIJMI at
: H',. of "":'4 of !SW/. Kx. fl\
k, among the citizens of our ComxuuIty : VANDEKIiILT reached Its peak of $297 per law Acre* In SW Cor.! Sec. 22 Tp. 6 S. R.

_ : Is solicited BO that this an amount approximately triple 22 K.. 14 Acre
'l; excellent Miss. YYlmn Norman (:or. The Ix.., tn be solJ are evidenced
organization may be able that of 1917.Although hy certificate No. 3.16: of 111:14:

,_ to function to the bent of Its abl-1 I the minimum and represent unpaid. taxes for the
lily In the training of the boys' J. M. Rosier and little grand expense year. I 1111: : tn I t9.1<). both Inclimlve
son": Jlmmie Lee of Woodlawnwere came In 1917 with $84.570 amounting to $31.83.
: of our community who will\ ) be the the lowest relative ALSO: SWV of SKVi lea :2 Acre.* !
being paid
citizens and leaders of visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. In NW Cnr. & II Acre. In NK 'or '
tomorrow. Norman and family of this sec cost of one bill came In 1925. That Her. 27 Tp 6. S. R. 22 K., 35 Acre
LKT'S BOOST SCOUTING! i the act The taxes to be Hold are "1"1" <1"1 I Ied 'IN SALES
year expense per was only
_ tion Saturday morning. by certificate No. 351 of 1934.: '
I Miss Kinmuline Morgan of Hell. $115. In 1931 the highest total and represent. unpaid taxes for the I r
s BOOTSE} S BEACH the week-end $360.000 wall spent for the legislature yearn 1913: : to 193!). both Inclimlve I
bronn Springs spent ,amounting to 5414. rt
_ _ Minn Kttlv (Crawford Cor. with Miss\ Ruth Alvarez.Mr. ; In 1933: the greatest rela- Ar.NlI: ,KV4 of KVj\ of SI'1t.: i of SWI,'| The biggest tolling 1939 model car In America and morn
tive cost of $327 was reached. Sec 27 Tp. 6 S. II. 22: \K. 10 Acres.The i -
and Mrs. W. H. Rosier and taxes tn be sold are evidenced ,
_I C. K. Crawford was visiting the family of Gainesville were visit- The legislative sessions with bj. certificate No. 440 of 1910.: fhar-the biggest calling car for even out of the last eight yiIt's

bedside of his wife at and represent unpaid taxes fur the I
St. Vln.cent's their total costs are given In
Ing Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Norman yeara 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive,
', Hospital Jacksonville Sun. and family Sunday afternoon.Mr. chronological order below: 1917 amounting to $37.13
t day. ALSO: Ict 1, 2 15. 16 less K 20
$84.570; 1919. $85,640 1921, $119-
_ _ and Mrs. Kllery Sapp and ; ft A 14 Acre 1n Nh 'or of SKV4: of ;
:,_____ Earle Chesser, who has been In family visited relatives i- Jacksonville 950; 1923. $140,306; 1923. $206- SHU: less K 20 ft In Stark., See. i -:7

the CCC at Aptos Cal., returned Sunday. 768; 1927 $253,460; 1929. $27O- 29 The Tp.taxe 6 8.. R.to 23 he Mold K. are evidenced IN PERFORMANC

: _____ home Saturday. I l I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vuines and 996; 1931. $360.900; 1933. $224- hy certificate No*. 363 and 1367 of I r

_ Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Kersey and little son Grady of Jacksonville 240; 1933 $305,688. ; 1937 357. resent 1928 and unpaid respectively: :. taxes for the, and r"p-I

Rudolph Chism of Gum Branch were visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. 575. 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting fatter
and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and lo $45.28. on the getaway It's better on the hills an'I
Norman and family Sunday XI'I'ICK: OK Ntl.H ....' TVX AtXO: He*. 874 ft K of SW Cor of I ?e. I
_ Mrs. Randal Geiger of Starke Ing. L.1 ('EI(1'IF'I: (' t't'is: :-. WV4 of 8WVI Thence N 17i{ de.- _I) much better all-round performer than other can In Its lr7

4 were visiting!' at the home of Mr. Mr. anti Mrs. J. M. Notice l I. hereby given that loin III'r.e. K 157 rt. thence N. 78';, degree .-
,f ._ M.ndr..w" has filed with me W 511t ft to Ry right of Way
and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday and grandchildren of this section written request thai the tax certificate thence H parallel with Ity 145 ft.

6, afternoon. I! relatives In Lake together"" with all subsequentomitted thence S 71 'v clegreea K., 561 ft to
1 were visiting or levied taxes held by the Keg. 2 Acre Sec 33 Tp. S 8 R
Mrs. Peat I Cuson and son, Junior Butler Sunday afternoon. State be advertised and .olel| to the by certificate Noa. 213 and 9SO of IN

lI of Lakeland are spending sometime Milton Norman has returned highest bidder for rash a* provided 19.11:\ and 1933 respectively and represent FEATURES
'1k hv Chapter I829 of the 10.17 Acts unpaid taxes for the years
,, here with her sister and home after spending the past week of the Legislature. upon the folltiw- 1930 to lit:Ml! both Inclusive. amountIng -

brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. R. with relatives at Woodlawn. hilt drHt-ilheil real rnlate In the to $76.81.AL.SO .
I f..lnly of Ili-adford State of Florida. : 2 Acres In SK ('0... of lacluilv. V.<..m Oeer.hlft New *
N. Crawford. UROOKERI to-wit : H'VII. of NWVi, being 364 ft. N & : st Aere.Stream Srylln,, New S.dies by .!isIie'
iroward Greene of Lake City K"ii of NK 4 of NK'. See 13 Tp. S bv 211 ft K A W Sec at Tp. II ; leng.r KMIng. .... Chevralefl ......,.Valve-ln-H.ed Six >erfe
&, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W 11. I :\1..... I.. l.. Parker, Correspondent 4* H. ri. 23 K.: 10 Acre .. S. K. 22 1')., 3 Acrea. New"Ob.*mtlan Car" VMblllty P.rf.....i K ...*rtl.n Siding SysteM with ior
_ The taxew to he nIt nre eviden.0 The taxes io be aold are eveldenr-
Greene here Sunday. hy rvrtiricate No. 927 of lU3. edby certificate No. 31of: 1934. Shockproof Steering (A", a//aM. on M..fw De lw.. ......" -'y j ",T1ptMa l <"

'' L..dl.
STOMACH UFHKTT The Luiiios Aid met at the homeof Years 111.12 to 19'IIt both Inrluxlv. year 1933 to 1931. both IlIellI.lve.1 I
Hmoiintlnir to 11433.AIH amounting to "'.'1.
Is robbing of Mrs. Iva Douglas Tuesday.The of t.t.: < 3Vi Acre 495 ft 3d: I
low-vitality you O: Wlv {, of NK 4 ofVKV helng AV by
', resistance system meeting was called to order Sec. U Tl. II S. It. S3 Jo:.. 10Arrea. 220 ft. Wide lying along S & B I
physical your
I linen. A being In HV4 of Hlk 2 S of I IN VALUE
needs right now? Often' It l isI by the president Mrs. G. 1':. Mc- The taxeM to be sold\ are evidenced H 2 1':.. In Temple Sub-Dlv, Sec 21.

I _ found that systems lacking their Gauley. The quilt has been sent by certificate No. 93* of. 1431 and Tp. 6 S. It. 33 PI, 3 Acre I
represent unpaid. taxea. for the yearn The taxes to be Hold are evldenc
_ '_' rightful I strength are afflicted to the Arcadia. Orphanage and another I I1U2 to mil. hot h Inclimlve" amount- by certificate No. 31 and 10161
Inir to 31351.Al.Mo of 1932 anil 1933: respectively and Dollar for dollar, feature for feature Y I
with poor appetite due to stomach IH being made for some oneI I It car for car, It gN
: N"1SW\ '. Sec :35 Tp. represent. unpaid taxes for the for
over-acidity. I here just whoever the club decides K S. It 21 F.. 40 Ac-rex. yeara 19.11 to 1939. both Inclusive more your money than any other car In Its price rjS

If heartburn discomfort or even to give it to. The tax," to be Hold are evidenced amounting. to $25.28. range-thanks to Chevrolet' ?
1 bv certificate No. 108 of Iftll. 23 R., t Acre. volume leadership. ..... ..
upset stomach caused by this The next meeting will be at the ,.n
over-acidity, i Is bothering you .-- 'home of Mrs. O. C. Kelley Tues- yearn 1930 to 11139.! both Indll..lv"1 hv certificate No.. J7S and 1321: *_---_-,.-"":" in
amounting- 16009 of 1938 and 1931: respectively. and 111 inn in .
', take Blsma-Rex. j duy. Refreshments of sandwiches ALt): HWVi nf MI!':>., Sec 13 Tp. represent unpaid taxes for the

', Blsma-Rex quickly neutralizes and Iced tea were served. MS It. 21 K.. 40 Acre. year 1927 to 19311. both Inclusive, All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida _
The taxea to be mild are evidenced amounting to $38.88.
excess acid, soothes the stomach- Mrs. R. T. Hargraves and by certificate NOB. II". 1 III. and AI.'IO: Com. at Nfi 'or. of SW'i! NOT DRIVEN So "They Come NEW"
linings and brings about relief children spent last week-end In 'US of 191?, 1993 and 1935 renpectIvelv. of SW'4 & Run S 3V, chainV 1$ to You Genuinely
- and repreaent unpaid taxea degrees N to N line of said SW,i!
and comfort. |1St Petersburg with her son. John, for the :yeara ISIS to 1939. both In- of SW% Thence B to Iteg. 1 8-10 I

Obtain a. Jar of Bisma-Rex, atft' who is very 111. We wish him a 'liiMlve. amounting to 157.43. Acrea. Sea 33 Tp. 6 S. R. 23 R, 2 TORODE
AI.MO: Lot 35 Kaat l.awtr Acre.*. CHEVROLET O
exclusive Rexall speedy I
agency your recovery The tax. to be aold are evidenced The tax.. to be sold are evldenc.ed .
Drug Store Carpenter's Drug I Mrs. G. K. Colson and Mrs. Fred I by certificate No. IU of 1934. and by certificate No. 277 and 1313

Store in Starke. Hazen made a business trip to repreaent. unpaid laxea. for the of 1938 and 1K33 respectively, and
_ _
year lt T3 to lnll! both Invlualve. represent unpaid taxes for the yean STARKE, FLA.

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t .v ll..r'th Meet The Seniors MISS ;
n ".dt v STUMP Mammy Sez: SENIORS HAVE We Wonder Why hill, last week. ,

.- iN.,'IlEF GIVES TALKMany Misses! Mary and Doris Mott of ,
I. : !Sj.an! April 14, 1919, Mr. and Mrs. Well well I ain't never seen Ruth can.t make up her mintS Brooker spent last week with '+
Mines Vera Lee and Irene Lewis .,
Davis, E. J, Dowling were very proud of Good Mean Presented I such a busy week- n(1. Traditional IS. II. S. CustomI Doshla and Enza have so muchto t
Charles and Cornelius Lewis of
Sit:I; X i V i lInk Robinson, their baby boy whom they named To Faculty In Dose seniors (ho' did have a big Observed Here talk about in study hall? '
Plant City returned to their home
M ,D I I j I ,Biia), Darefoot.EDITORIAL Ernest J. Dowling Jr.. Address time "Kid Day" Dat John Arthur FridayIt Betty G was so happy about
after their
Sunday visiting relatives
asa aCt. A. Z., and Vernon sho' -
I were her last date?
r -- Of course, he was very tiny has been a custom In Brad here! last week.
The following ideas were plenty cuttlut Mammy aho'was Gayle has that far away look In
v then but you should see him now. brought before the high schoolteachers proud of dat Do&hia In dat ford High School for a number of her eyes' Mr and Mrs. W C. Conner had %
He Is about 5 feet 9
r inches tall, at a little blue drees. She sho' did years to observe the first of an dinner guests Sunday Mr and
faculty meeting held I Mary E looks so stary-eycd
EDITION: weighs 164 pounds has blue eyes, April or the school day nearestas Mr8. Thomas of
look Bishop LaCrosse
FIRST Wednesday March 1939 sweet enough to kiss. I
u orR I 29. : lately could it be Buster
and blond hair. My! How he has I I
asked to take "Kid Day In accordance with Woodrow Thomas of LaCrosse, II
w're "These ideas which I am De girls on de houseparty last Vernon doesn't go with a certain
WIpOSItion changed in 19 bringing -
a en of years. I this custom the seniors! of Brad Misses Vera Lee and Irene Lewis '
Kdaor-ln-chief: to you come from the week-end shot did have a good girl?
as He was born on a farm near group ford High dressed themselves as and William F. New of Jacksonville -
that it wouldKasy meeting of English teachers at the time. Mammy would like to oak Curter blushes?
I thought Hampton and started his school kiddies and reported to School .
., b be- Florida Education Convention held dat Donhla and Juanita if they"liked" Ralph couldn't remember the
But we're Just career at Bradford at the of Friday for a In chapel.
age program O. Q. Waters of Winter Garden
. recently In The or "lacked" de silver. banquet?
rt.a r have got six. Now be Is just another Tampa. topic I During the Chapel program all
what we one Helen Is forward pent last week with Mr. and Mrs!
ng to see was 'What can ties Teacher of De boys seemed to enjoy dere'houseparty looking to
the seniors remained the
those stage
know of dignified seniors of 39. on A. A. Hutchinson. ,
l rt.d into As you English Contribute to the Florida too. But not May
Wee! His dislikes are conceited I and several short numbers were "
always a bad day but peo- Program for the Improvement of with all ob dose beautiful girls Grace D. didn't go with Tommythe Mr. and Mrs. R M. Crosby and '
d ay fc ple. Oh yea-he has some hob given. The seniors! marched outI
material has to School This discussion, which, of next door. night of the banquet? children Doris, Dot and Nell ,
I of the building "School
h newspaper bles. They are hunting! and fish- singing
e made a business trip to Jacksonville
and typed before 3 p. ing. Ernest likes to play football course considered English only Too many ob you chillun is l Days," and then chartered a bus

t Tlttel1 We are in chargee and basketball and is also could be enlarged so that It could skipping too much school-Now on out to the lake where they announced during chapel Mary Wednesday

: oDday for the remainder of fond of dances. very cover many fields; that It, most listen here-is dat right? I l spent an enjoyable day at Torode's -I Edwards and John Arthur Torode The Rev W. E. Hall of Green irlu
e of the ideas are general and were selected as the most effective Cove spent afternoon
can Monday
to Mrs T. T. and
are going His plan for the future is to be- Dat Margaret and Edith are : place Long Y
churl be applied to fields other than juveniles.The with Mr. and Mrs. Claris Hutch-
nt tTglve to you some come some kind of a businessman still talking about Gainesville. Dey I Miss Evelyn Stump the senior
front a
t English."Mr. sats In chapel, tempo- inson
material] that to educa- such as a salesman.We sho' musta had a good time sponsors, were the chaperonen. .
lent Stone rarily deserted by their usual dignified ----. -' -
of the State Before lunch served
entertaining. wish him much success in Depart was they
well as Johnnie Chalker spent last
I as articles the coming future. ment said that much material has all enjoyed an Easter Egg Hunt. group of seniors were tri BOATDRA1N
r special week-end in Jacksonville. I wonders -
there are would any like to discuss to be prepared for this new program if he remembered de telephone Mary Edwards and John Torode umphantly occupied by their run- !Mra. Z. Z. OrlffU, Con

0 )you ELAINE A curriculum study hand- were selected as the most klddlsh ners-up. the juniors.! -
willur EDWARDS
and we number of dat certain little bru-
I e tell ua at once March book is to be published in Gaines- ly attired Being! too young to attend school Mr. and Mrs. Leo OrlffU were
have them 24. 1920 Mr. and Mrs nette.
i very best J. W. Edwards ville this summer. A group of Last week the kids of the the little kiddies left after assembly in Green Cove Springs Sunday

!bed! on our page. birth of whom rejoiced over the teachers and principals are work- Dose sho' am mightly cute senior class became even younger to spend the day at KIngsley visiting Mrs. Crlffls' parents Mr.
The Editor. they named I
bracelets Juanita and Iicmhia 'am
Elaine and Elbert. Ing to gather the best materialsand ones when their day Friday arrived ; and Mrs Raleigh Thomas Fi(
e- -
Elaine began her school careerIn methods. He said that the wearing. with a bang and they all RISING Misses Mae and Melba Prevatt

(i OTBALL TEAM Bradford, and is now a senior.Elaine main weakness has been hereto- Dat Jimmy Sewell is kin da became a gross bunch of comedy. Mr. II. II. Lewis. Correspondent and Tom Cooper of Oviedo were --u;
has fore 'the lack of a continuous dyn- "blue like" since his bestus girl Beginning announcements have recent of '
EGINSTRAINING a charming personality,
and she is always smiling. amic, aggressive policy' for improving went home. ing been made by Principal Williams Mr. and Mrs. K.. Lewis of Boat- ents. yl
Instruction. Now we Mammy wonders! why so many ; sounds of laughter and Mrs Z. Z. Griffis, Mr. and Mrs.
This lady is 5 feet 4 1-2 drain
Whittemore' HopesFor young were visiting Mrs. E. J.
foarh have to of you girls like dat new State floated down,
Better Squad Inches tall and weighs 112 pounds.She begun make this policy talking the stairs In- Lewis Sunday. W. C. Green and daughter Sharon
) continuous. What Park at Keystone Heights? to the of student in
has black hair brown can English ears the Miss Opal Morrell, Mrs Ida Chase,
;: This Year eyes teachers do? It sho' does look good to see auditorium, soon to be followedby Miss Etna Conner of Gum and Mrs. S. F. Grlffls and children .
._ and sparkling white teeth. :
\ -- you chillun really happy -- Jest actual sight of the freaks I Branch was the dinner guest of
, Whittemore heldetlllg Elaine is fond of all sports 1. I think over and suggest spent Sunday afternoon with
ach Johnny horse i I. methods of collecting materials keep dat way marching, all dignity thrown to Dot Crosby Sunday. Mr. and Mitt" Joe Griffin of Clay
: back
who riding
wererested etc.
for all boys football last I Her hobby is keeping old letters. ]I from all over the state. Your, the winds through thb center en- J. E. Norman of Starke was a County.

In playing Mammy. trance, down the aisle, onto the dinner guest of Mr and Mr*. H.lh .
There were a great numf Elaine is planning to work in a 2. Aid In revising the present I Remember! the young people'smeeting
-- stage; there to be publicly displayed Lewis Sunday. 1
studio and wish her I of every Tuesday night at
f out including several we much English course study.
boys Coach success Patrol NewsThe in all their tender youth.On Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Rlckenbakerof the home of Mrs. Matty Griffis"

men from last year. "One of the outstanding suggestions the stage, the kiddies song Bronson were visiting Mr. and and Mra Edna Jones Everyone Is 411
to have -
said he hopes for Improved instruction is
very appropriately indeed that Mrs R M
has been Crosby Sunday. welcome.
patrol going on
tter team than the grouping of students
1 especi- big insinuation,, "You Must Have Mr. and Mrs.
smooth since E. L Russell Carter of Miss Gladys Lee of Bethel
well On November 11, 1918 there was as ever wu*
year. He is pleased ally in the eleventh and twelfth Been A Beautiful "
Williams took and Baby, and that Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and the weekend" of Miss
guest Thel'
!tie material that he has and born, in the fair city of Graham, grades. There are three groups charge appointed good old "School t
stand-by Days. Mrs. Bert Shaw '
those fur at leust Sunday ma Prevatt. +
going on duty
that he and will a little boy. His parents named for students
can pros English :
KB I In coming to a conclusion
him two months ahead as to H. C 11[off made a business tripto ---r pigs
John Buford Strickland.
good team. 1. Remedial Reading who was the beat at this
I kidding Gainesville last week.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon
t plans to use a new type of When he was still very small, he 2. Business English. I The patrol has been doing very game the judges displayed good Mrs Neta White was visiting paper at the Bradford County Tel -,
work and will continue do
!this next season. He plans moved to Hampton. From there I 3. College Preparatory. good to choice In their decision, which was her slater:. Mrs Walter Vander- egraph.Property .
each the fundamentals of he moved to Jasper and then to Although these divisions may be so until the end of school.

log and tackling in spring Nickols. He moved back to Gra- put into practice usually we find The patrol has been very help-

}tice He believes that we ham in time to start to school in that almost the same materialsare ful in directing traffic and patrol-

lie possibilities of becomingof 1925.His used with variations in tech- ing the school grounds. They

the best teams of any likes are hunting fishing nique. For, according to the state have also helped at the Field Dayat

ol,I!the size of ours. The first all kinds of ball and other sports. program, we must teach Englishfor junior and senior plays and +1i

days will be given to exercis- I His main dislike la school all the pupils; not for a few. other occasions when they were Owners

" and limbering up. Then the I We wish him much success in We have to teach it for practical' needed. They raise and lower the

uses but we must make It flag and help in the CafeterIA.
tin put on uniforms and 'the near future-from the Senior prac- .

, blocking and tackling. We Class. tical without sacrificing the cul Frank Robinson, reporter,

, !that all the boys in schoolcome tural. Only after learning to com- School Boy Patrol.Elementary -

. out for spring practice. LOYREE PHILLIPS HARTMANIn prehend the masters will our students -e i iI iI TAKE NOTICEThe

e will be nine first string 1921 the hearts of Mr. and be able to comprehend professional I

""ra lost due to graduation.e Mrs. Phillips were made bright by and economic subjects. I EchoesFIFTH I

were seven linesmen and the arrival of a lovely little daughter Through elevation in literary I :d

backfield men. Turner a whom they later named Loy- tastes we can make better citizens. I f.RAOR NEWS

4 will be back along with ree. "A good recommendation for I We made a map of South Time Is Rapidly Approaching. i

'lain, a tackle We have some grouping comes as a result of I America to put products on. We
These proud parents lived in Or-
finished South America last week.
I I material to fill in these vac- lando and it was there that Loyree grading. We must realize that all We to when you can no longer take adruntaK of the Murphy Act
are now beginning study
students do not have to attain
positions lost with. In the backwe began her school career at the the same standards about Florida. The pupils have and save your property from reverting in fee simple to the
Woolen at Green halfback at full-back McKin- age of six.: All through her schooldays "Also we must make every been bringing postcards of Floridato Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of the State of
there she will be remembered I
on the bulletin board. Wo
half: Rhodes, half; Lennon as a very brilliant student and teacher an English: teacher. We are put going to draw a map and put J Florida. The law plainly !says that no court in this State,

and Harper quarterback will one who had a sweet innocent need more correlation between products on It. either Federal or State, shall have jurisdiction/ to entertainany
it this spring for practice. other subjects and English. And I
smile for
& Whittemore hopes to have everyone. greater correlation calls for larger We finished our History books suit brough by a former owner of said land or anyone

other new men out for the Loyree has grown to the heightof librarIes. and are now reviewing over the claiming: by, through or under him for the purpose of ques-
field five feet five Inches and weighs last half of it.
positions. about 120 pounds. She has blue "A list of devices which are tioning, or in any way litigating or contenting the title of ,'

,Is toy team is to have a new field eyes and a fair complexion. used by one Florida school is as Readers.We also We finished found our them Science very the State of Florida, or its grantee to said land. This means f,
on next follows
year. There are :
I lights so that During her school career she has -at interesting.We exactly what it says. If all outstanding certificates are not
the team the begin.
can won many friends and is now a I 1. Pupil chooslng-
at night We are to play dignified senior of '39. ning of a unit the pupils write are starting to read the cleared prior to expiration of the law June 9th, you will

teams an Lake City Palatka, I what they would like to learn Health Readers. forfeit all rights in title to the land. ..,

Springs. Florida State OLIVER HUTTOOn from a certain study. Uusally Miss Hinson finished reading

N I for Deaf at St. Augustine. March 25, 1918 in Columbia, they ask for what the teacher "Huckleberry Finn." to us. We

boys have high hopes for South Carolina, the Hutto home wants to stress anyway. The thought it was a very good story.
of Title
lag most of their games this was very happy because of the arrival children want to learn when they We were yery sorry to hear that Immediate Passage Suggested. -

the value. Agnes Lewis and Eunice GriffIs
of a son whom they named can see

W' slab them all the success In'coming Oliver. If you will think real :2. Organization around larger have been out on account of illness Many prominent attorneys of the state say that title will

Ib>> Johnny season and also to the hard you will remember him as subjects, especially In literature. with. us We're again. glad they're back pass to the State immediately following expiration of the

p M. Whittemore. O. P. 3. Use of more modern mater-
Collette Green and Gloria Cooper law and no additional time to redeem can be granted. If ,
Oliver has grown to the heightof ials. The teacher should help to
Jokes Miss Hinson teacher. their is correct will not be able to redeem
five feet five inches and weighs improve pupil's reception of movie reporters. opinion you cer- 'I

about 135 pounds. He bas blue radio and magazine. tificates under any circumstances after June 9th, 1939.

eyes and a fair complexion.He I 4. Group work. FIFTH GRADE NEWS

Tta hotel: "Say. porter, did plays In our school band and I 5. Clinic period each day. A We are studying Mexico now. '

] a roll of bills under we know that the band will cer- place for remedial work during a Don brought us several pictures and Advisable. "
my which are Interesting about: Action Necessary
very Quick
"' tainly miss him next year becauseof study hall. This could be made .
., Mexico's Natural Resou r c e s ,
'fir and fail-
: "Sho boss an ah thanks his good work this year. to cut down repetitions

Very) much." Oliver is very found of all sports ures. Amusements Poe e r t y three, and Why take a chance and delay your application any longer? ,
Scenery. We are using reference -
and he plans to become a great 6. More stress on ideas and books for our study The legislature will convene April 4, 1939, and has the

'erett: "What Expert' do you think singer.We, the Seniors, wish you much power answer tests to grasp are not Ideas.desirable Short Many of our classmates are I, authority to order all redemptions under the law stopped, ,s

.Id constitute an expert fish-' success in the future, Oliver. "The English teachers and, I absent this week on account of leaving you without an opportunity to save under the ,

'.01"I; I -REPORTSThe + suppose, the other groups too, are Illness. Opal Morsel reporter I measure. Many property owners have already taken ad- $

II imagination.! man" with a won- CLASS trying to devise means for exchanging -i Mrs. Lazenby, teacher. vantage of the act and saved money. You can include your "
with other teachers ex-
Geography; Class 1939 taxes in settlement.
Industrial I The several your
In teaching. I
Never Open It has been making a sunrvey of the I suggested for
which were
19b plans We have been learning interesting -
: "What each memberof many
did you think Of Florida Industries, of this materialwere
I distribution
sew book of Poems?" the class having a particularpart the things from our Science Should Be Checked.

ace G. "A peach! The bind- to work on. : readers. The pupils have also Property .
I I swell These reports will be combinedto 1. Having the material mimeographed brought various things to class for

form a book; this book will be in your own school and us to study such us ants, bumble Many Bradford county landowners have found old and for

lilt nr Miss put In the library. sending it to those through interested.district bees, wasp nests and some honey- gotten certificates outstanding when a check of the recordswas si

I Dg fly bur D. "'**y sister thinks ofmotoring The cover was made by Eddy committees 2. Selecting the best written accounts bees.Our made. Had this check not been made they would have 1 NF
and Hartmann. It Is made of mahogany class put on chapel program

getting tired of It." tennis. with a relief map of Floridain of learning experiences or In last week. We had a recitation faced loss of their property through no fault of their own.

rlsUne "Well, at least she's the center front; raised letters units that have taken these place district by Ruby Green, a Dutch Have your property checked now. There is no charge in
i' e districts sending "
fashion, of Florida these "Wooden Shoes, and a
form the words "Surveys selections to a central com- song volved. Clerk A. J, Thomas and his staff of assistants have
'e7. 'VI" but Industries" and the edges are Dutch play called "Dolly'sDream.
she's such a II wood. mittee for further selection and ." compiled a complete tax record of the county and will be
rn tennis made of inlaid
hits ,
og :: .! I distributing for a charge I Mrs. Hart teacher. -
,tl: III motoring she bits -.----- I the selections of the central com- -- glad to render this service.
RoundAbout Way ---

Floor Walker: "My young miss, mittee. Guess Who?
in the Journalif
1 3. Having a pago .t
) Norm looking for?
You } are you arrangements can be made).
rye decided to Edith. : "A son-in-law for my ( 4. Bringing copies to the next This attractive brunette U one ,

.of" father' state meeting for distribution of the popular Junior girls She See Your Clerk Now

"ne. Here's a ---+---' tonsils "This could with the full cooperation Is five feet on" Inch tall-weigh-+! i

ou won't lose Doctor: "Your wife a when of the faculties be made one hundred pounds has a fllrcompl'xJrJn +''I'II

should have been removed wi'ii I blue and
and Un. firlal, eyes
she was a little girl." very : -- M!> trklmir!, ; whit-) t'th.:
I ton Mac Tavish "Ay. u that so GUESS WHO ANSWER I She IIa member of tho Utt!
hie (', being right Is Well) ye might take thm; out and,"+I J.U'iIT.II.UtEFor.il' Women _." _..&J ____ AI.
;r follow is wrong I..end' the bill to my ather-ln-Uiw

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.. m FRIDAY. '\PRY..., .
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I Baptist W. M. S. Cir I s--- *To Be Honored '1 U. D. C. April Meeting Easter Egg Hunt largest number- ---...;

Have Meetings '' At Dinner Tonighti ,, Held Wednesday For Junior B. Y. P. U. After playing man.V..,

tj All circle of the Baptist W. M. i i Mrs George fl. Flynn, Mrs, Mrs. R. G. Kidd, leader of the on the lawn the jun,, gl'
OC/L S.. held interesting meetings Mon- i .0:"*
| Emma Canova. Miss Etta Tyson Junior B. Y. P. U., entertainedthe gills were served 1< ,
day afternoon at 3 o'cldck. | and Mrs. L G. Powell were host. members Tuesday from three cake. Mrs. Kldd vv",,, "lm
Circle Number One of the Baptist j 1
es Wednesday afternoon to the serving by her mil"1"I, .
W M. S.. met April 3, 1939 W T. Weeks Chapter, United until five o'clock in the afternoon Canova. fl

Little Woman's Club Mrs. L. A. DavisTo at the home of Mrs. Ralph Alva. Daughters of the Confederacy at with an Easter Egg hunt at her -..-

Elects Officers Present Program prez. Mrs. Paul Raymond was co- i' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flynn. home on North Walnut Street. I NOTICK: -

hostess. Mrs. L. G. Powell leader.I I' Sweetpeas, calendulae, nasturtiums During the afternoon large All Girl Scouts
t At the regular meeting of the Woman's Club Meeting! taught one chapter of "How and I roses and larkspur, taste- Easter Eggs filled with candy the May Pole tHkm;* 1,1t
''k little Women's Club Tuesday aft- Why of W. M. U.," reading the t fully arranged in baskets and Dance pit ,IS? IJt
Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of were awarded to Elizabeth Lawson practice
ernoon In the club auditorium Miss scripture verses that were prepared |bowls, formed the lovely decorations Monday ,If', moot
of for finding the prize egg and 4:00: o'clock, at
American Home a department with study course Prayer the WOInl\lI
in the living room and din-
Juanita Barefoot was elected s tl
the Woman's Club will present the by Mrs. Powell, after which she ing room. to Jerome Johns for finding the building.
president for the ensuing club
conducted the business session.
program at the regular social The president, Mrs. E. K. Perry-
t year. Miss Marion Dowling was Report was given on box sent to
elected vice-president; Miss Clara meeting of the club Wednesday Orphan at Arcadia. man, presided and the meetingwas INSURE WITH
and Miss I afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the opened with prayer by the
Mae Harley, secretary; A delicious salad course was JOHNS & WAINWRIGHTFIRE
chaplain, Mrs. A M. Darby. Ar-
Elizabeth Plummer treasurer.The club auditorium. She has announced served by the hostess to the seven
rangements were made for Memorial .
business meeting was will members present. LIFE AUTO LIABILITY -
; pre- that the program can- Day exercises, which will be BONDS

sided over by the president Miss ter around the subject "Home." observed here on Sunday afternoon Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA
i __ Doshla Smith and the minutes of Circle No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ,
Mrs. L. A. Canova, president, April 30th, and the exercises -
the read leader met at the home of Mrs.
previous meeting were by i I
the secretary, Miss Mary Edwards. will officially open the afternoon B. M. Fussell at the State Farm. r will be under the direction, e.._flee
I of the historian, Mrs. A.
r : Miss Marlon Dowling gave the meeting. The devotional was led by Mrs.
Z. Adkins.
financial report of the club in the Hostesses will be Mrs. Hogan A. E. Llghtfoot and Mrs. G. W. DORA A. TALLEY FLOWERS
absence of the treasurer. :Miss Alderman, enlistment chairman, The district convention of the
Smith, Mrs. E. M. Davis, bars J. All order filled
w Clara Flume. reported two new members present Spending a few hours in Starkeon Second Brigade, U. D. C., will with careful ooiwia..

Hostesses for the afternoon M. Darby, Mrs. K. J. Dowling, Mrs. S. E. Sparks taught one her way to the State Wood meet in Starke on May 11th, and don for the requirement of the Individ, .

were: Misses Juanita Barefoot, Miss Earnestlne Buddington, Mrs. chapter of "Following in His plans were made for entertaining Special attention given to promptness! i W
man Circle Convention in Lake-
Enza Weaver, Patsy Roberts, and 1., A. Rennolds, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Train." The hostess served ice the visitors on that date.A .economy.
h and cake to land Mrs. Dora Alexander Talley, read from Mrs. S.
h. Louise Stem. and Mrs E. K. Ferryman. cream the fifteen note was
members and five guests. National President of the Supreme S. Dowling. librarian at the B. H Mrs. L. G. Powell

_,_._,_ _._n______._." __ Forest Woodmen Circle and Past S.. thanking the chapter for the Phone 123-J
i Circle No. 3, Mrs. H. L. Hough President of the National Fraternal valuable new book, "Flight Into -n_._._._,_ T' ...... ..... ___
leader, met with Mrs. C. A. Oblivion," by Dr. Hanna of Rol-
of America, will be
Strawberry SaleAT Knight. An abundance of radiance lins College at Winter Park.
honored at a banquet given by the
roses were used by the hostess in The chapter historian presented
local Woodman Circle in the Woman's

decorating her living room and Mrs. A. M. Darby, who read a Easter Suits Easter Shoes
Club building tonight (Fri-
dining room for the occasion.: The most Interesting article entitled
r ALEXANDER'SIF devotional was led by Mrs. W B. day) at six o'clock. ""Charleston Where Mellow Past -

Alexander and Mrs A, M. Darby A large number of State officer and Present Meet." Mrs. Darby also -

y IT'S DRY GOODS; YOU NEED YOU CAN SAFELY gave an interesting report on the and representatives from showed a number of colored WHITEGabardine ALL WHITE BUCK
1 TRADE WITH US KNOWING WE HAVE book "Our Good Friend, Death" Circles in Lake City, Lake Butler, pictures of scenes in Charleston,
NEW UP-TO-DATE by Bishop Dye. The hostess served Live Oak, Trenton, Gainesville,, which were taken from the March $7.50 $1.95 to $3.25
Ocala, and Jacksonville will be
refreshments to the twelve Issue of The National Geographic
I PRICE. TRADE WITH US--STAUKE'S LARGEST members present. present. Greetings will be ex- Magazine.

'; AND MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS STORE, AND tended to Mrs. Talley from repre- During the social half-hour, the TAN OR WIIITE

SAVE Methodist Circles sentatives of the city governmentand hostess served lemonade, sandwiches TAN OR GRAY SPORT
$2.29 to $3.25
all civic
---- ---- ------ organizations.
and Individual cakes. The
NEW SPRING AND Meetings favors were dainty bunches of pansies Shantung $7.50 BLACK AND WHITE
Mis. E. L. Williams was hostess Surprise Party
"" and fern tied with yellow rib- $2.95 to $3.25
SUMMERMEN'S Monday afternoon to Circle Number For Mrs. Anderson bon.

I One of the Wtoman's Missionary Mrs A. W. Anderson was the Besides the hostesses, Mrs.
SUITS Society of the Methodist honoree at a lovely surprise birth- Flynn, Mrs Canova, Miss Tlson ALL WOOL New Line,of Crepe Soles

,1 church, and her home was made day party in her honor given by and Mrs. Powell, those attendingthe Summer TAN OR WHITE
>r $5.95 more attractive with poppies and her daughter Miss Virginia meeting were: Mrs. Perryman,

snapdragons tastefully arrangedIn Anderson, at her. home Wednesday, Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, Miss Olive $2.69 up
; TO i bowls and baskets. afternoon. Ray, Mrs. Darby, Mrs. J. M. $14.95 to $18.50

I The meeting was: opened with The living and dining rooms of Brownlee, Mrs E. S. Matthews, Williams Shoes
I; 1 $12.95 prayer by Mrs Frank Robinsonand the home were beautifully deco- Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. G. W. Roberts For

the Bible lesson was read by ated with red Easter lilies, ver- Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs. Ad- Boys Suits $4.50 up Ladies

VIrs. A. W. Anderson. The Easter bina and honeysuckle, and the kins, and the out-of-town guests -
NEW SPRING AND, meditation. "The Cost of Re were Mrs. C. C. Cross of Atlanta,
birthday cake, iced in white, was
SUMMER demption" was read by Miss Olive centered on the dining room table Ga., and Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Easter Hats Easter PantsNew

Ray. A missionary's letter from and surrounded by cornflower and Orlando _
; MEN'S PANTS India was read by Mrs. E. L. fern. .
Matthews, and Mrs L. D. Greenreviewed BUS SCHEDULE
'S The guests were assembled when Sailor Straws Wash
98c an article entitled "Nazi- North Bound Pants 89cup
pair Mrs.
i %tt Anderson arrived and sang
i Ism the Christian
Challenges Con-
"Happy Birthday To You" when Leave Starke: 2:45: : a. m., 12:35: By Etchison
science. Mrs. J. W. White talked'
I the honoree entered the house. p. m., 1:50: > p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15: :
I HANESSHUtTS about Cuban Angel workers.Fernandez. and other'I Mrs. Anderson cut the birthdaycake I p. m, 10:15: : p. m.Sout"l1 $1.00 to $1.95 Palm Beach $3.49

_ I1It11! i1 & SHORTS The circle chairman, Miss Olive > and this, -together with ice Round
1 t Ray, conducted the business session cream/ 'and candyT were served the Leave Starke: 2.20: a. m., 10:20: Bangkoks Panamas
l. 1 EACH and at this time It was votedto following guests: Mrs. A. W. Red- a. m., 2:20: p. m., 8:20: p. m. All Wool

use the money made by the pre grave Mrs. W. P. Smith, Miss. West Hound to TalUihaaare Leghorns $3.25 up
25c Jean Davis, Mrs. George Anderson :
wjAAc' sent project to help redecorate the Leave Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive
Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs.
C. J.
interior of the
church. The circle Starke 12:35: p. m. $1.19
Powell and A. W. Anderson, Jr to $5.00Felts
was pleased to add to Its roll the
_ c' MEN'S AND BOY'S name of Mrs. Junius Smith. Mrs. I Sport Pants $2.95 up

E. S. Matthews invited the circleto Auxiliary To Meet FLOWERSFOR
meet at her home the first The Ladies' Auxiliary of the I ALLOCCASIONS

Shirts Are With- Monday In May. Presbyterian Church will meet ':zci By Etchison or Stetson Slacks $2.25 suit
The hostess, assisted by Mrs. J Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat IX ANYDESIGNS per ]
out A Doubt The Best! W. Whlttemore
Miss Madge $3.50
the home of the president, Mrs. to $8.50 Sport Shirts to Match
Middleton, served
Buy In Town refreshing lemonade O. E. Stansbury. Mrs. C. F. Ward

sandwiches, cake and will have charge of the Also FJowt"uUrro
'i 59c & 98c I Easter candies. and has selected as her program topic tt \ to In Fact We Have Anything You Could

Mrs.Fifteen L. members A. Davis was were hostess present.to "Chosen." Mrs. W. A. Bonham AnybodyAnywhere Want For the Easter Parade Next Sunday]
will lead the devotion.
LARGE BEAUTIFUL Circle Number Two and Mrs. L. For AnyOccasion
D. Vining was in charge of the -- --
ASSORTMENT I program, the subject being W. M.\ U. Meet I J. M. ALVAREZ --- Est. 1894
Ladies' "Brazil." Mrs. A. Wood led the The Jacksonville Division of the
devotional service and used asher Woman's Missionary Union of the hone 102 "The Dependable Store"

i ,,; SILK DRESSES subject "Jesus' Friends." Mrs Baptist Church will meet In Jacksonville -
E. K. Perryman read about our at the Main Street Bap-

.4 ONLY work among the lepers in Brazil, tist Church, Friday, April 14,
and Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. D. E. starting at ten o'clock In the
$1.98 Knight, Mrs. morning. .
Hogan myth and
Mrs. L. C. Ray told of the distribution LJ :f'8 '

CHILDRENS' y Brazil. and translation of Bibles in pleased to welcome to the society .f t. $1' 8 PC. BED- RED HOT

SILK DRESSES98c Circle chairman, Mrs Pearl Mrs W. N. North. Roon1 1 SUITE

Simpson, presided over the business Assisted by Mrs. Ferryman the Extra Specials!
session, and at this time Mrs. hostess served dainty sandwiches t

Davis chairman of finance, reported and Iced tea. Flowers and refreshments J-PC.: GROW FOR ONLY $ t AT HART'SONEDAY

I. $25.70: collected from last were' In keeping with
DRESS PRINTS quarter's project; this sum will be the Easter season. S SPECIAL

used locally. The members were Seventeen members were present '



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L. Wall spent several The Rev and Mrs. A. E. A 6.I
days this week in j LightI Senator C. E Johns I left Sunday
I Riverside I
In hospital toot and daughter Nancy, and I afternoon for Tallahassee to ttirth ,; '
Jacksonville unuer obser Mrs H. L. Brownlee and daughter FAVORITE Mr. and Mrs Carl Taylor, L wI ,
Bits of 1 vation. assume the duties of his office. He
Madge, tey boy. March 30.
spent Saturday afternoonin
was to Tallabasseeby ,I I
accompanied !
I Jacksonville. I '', Mr. and Mrs Joe S. Starling I 1, tr]
The W. C. T. U., will meet today -- RECIPESI Mills Georgia Haynea who will Starke. girl, April 0

with Mrs. J. T. Quigley at 3 Tommy Ritch left Thursday I act as his private secretary. -'-. -.. ..

IDeal Nev o'clock. A good meeting is anti- night for Atlanta, Ga.. to spend I,
cipated. I Croquette* Mr. and Mrs. Ben Corbette of
the Easter
holidays with his
I Columbus Ga., were guests Saturday -
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND brother N. T. Ritch a student at Mrs. Pearl Simpson contributesa A Irlu,
CONCERNING and Sunday of Mr and "
I I Miss Louise Marshburn and Emory at Oxford. recipe that Is entirely new to us .
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY ANn TOWN {I Betty Marshburn of Jacksonville and we always are ready for new Mrs. W. P. Smith. Sunday Mr
and Mrs. Smith and their
were guests Sunday of Mrs. G. W. Mrs. E. R. Struth and son Ideas. This recipe for bean cro- guestsvisited
I points of Interest In St
Aldermn. James Rodman, have returned to' quettes gives you a way to dress, Augustine. G
.: their home here after visiting Mrs. up your pork and beans. .
Mrs.. Nina Lipford of Green Struth's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 can of I ,I
Williams spent Wedi8y Mrs. C. C. Harris and childrenof pork and beans Mrs. Clennte HIckok Bradford Provides i
T s Cove Springs was the guest Sun- H. Tatum in DeLand. i 1 onion grated I
Jacksonville. Green Cove Springs were visit- County Health Nurse attended a CASH-In event of accident.
day of Mr. and
ui Mrs H. A. Bishopand 1 egg
ors here Wednesday. two-day Institute Monday and t7
:family. William CASH-la neat of illness. ,
Kaumierer of Philadelphia Cracker crumbs.
of Tallahassee Tuesday on home hygiene and
canova CASI-To par hospital bills h
a" R relatives here Xues- I Pa., who is spending some Mash beans and add the! grated care' of the sick at the State Boardof
Miss Lillian CASH-To doctor bills.
n visiting Sternberg and Miss Miss Carol White student at time in Hampton, was the guest onion and I par
Ruth Rowe spent Tuesday afternoon I Southern College, at of egg enough cracker Health headquarters In Jack CASH-Or a monthly income
Lakeland Is Monday afternoon Mr. and crumbs to make a stiff mixture sonville. for life at retirement.
-- In Gainesville. spending the Easter holidays with Mrs. W. B. Alexander.
Dampier la spending her Shape Into croquettes; roll in CASH-Or a monthly income
ire Rhoda In parE'ntB.Mrs. cracker crumbs and :fry In deep Folders To World's Fair for your loved ones inTent ,
weeks with her parents :Mrs. J. H Lord Mrs. George Miss Harriet Bishop, a studentat fat until brown. Serve hot. of premature I :
itTCBM, Heller have returned after a I I p. M. Barefoot, Miss Juanita Southern College In Lakeland, I Three thousand folders advertising death. I II
month's visit In Miami. Barefoot Mrs L. J. Green and arrived Wednesday to spent the I Pecan Bradford County have been You pay for Perfect Protection
A. Wainwright of Jackson- I II I daughter, Judy, spent Wednesday Easter holidays here with her parents Crlnpw forwarded to the New York's I whether you own it or not-

j" was a business visitor here Mr. and Mrs. J B. Sapp spent in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Mrs. Simpson also gave us a World's Fair, It was announced I Send-for NOWf complete details TODAY
recipe :for cookies and they are yesterday by Jos. E. Wilson
dne day Sunday In Gainesville with Mrs. secretary I Ihl
T. A. Steele and :family. Miss Dorothy Sapp of Talla- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. certainly nice and crisp. of the Bradford County HAROLD C. WALL Agency
;varies Darby of Palatka was hassee will spend the week-end Epperson Jr., and small daughter 1 cup Spry or butter Chamber of Commerce. The shipment
i guest last week-end of Mrs.M. here with her parents, Mr. and Mary Sue, will be Interested to 1-4 cup sugar I was made at the request of Rcliance Life Insurance Company np
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. .
Darby and Mrs. Sam Anderson Wimberly spent Mrs. J. B. Sapp.Dr. learn that they have moved into I 1 cup nut meats Fair officials for descriptive literature I of PltUburg
----- their home on Bradford
new on Church Street. County.
Hickok spent last Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. 2 cups flour ..
IMrs.! Clinnie Fernandina attending a and Mrs. J. Maxey Dell, Sr., 2 teaspoons vanilla ....-,---.-.- ._----.. ::;.....:;.::::=-.:.-:. ._.. _:;;;....;.:;:...
iday In L. A. Canova was the of Gainesville were dinner guests Photon, New Styles, Special
conference.Guy Saturday night of Senator and 1'rlefM. at Hoover Brow., !StwUo. Creai'i: butter and sugar add
luncheon guest Tuesday of Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Johns. flour, nuts and vanilla and shape
W. H. Lee in Lake NOTICE
Sale Madison will spent I Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. C. F. into finger length stripe. Bake In

i week-end here with Mr. and Miss Helen Thompson, of Plant Ward and guests, Mrs. Charles Mc- a moderate oven until brown. Roll .
Miss Lola Long of Jacksonville
W. B. Mundy. City, who Is a student at Southern Cornack of St. Charles, Ill, Mrs. In powdered sugar while warm.
the I
spent week-end here with her
College Lakeland is the guest of R. T. Bell, and Mrs. 1. E. Deudon Final dividend of the BRADFORD COUNTY HANK
mother Mrs. F. H. Long.
is. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards Miss\ Carol White. of Elgin Ill., spent Friday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee
, daughter, Fredricka, of Jack- sonville. and baby, Catherln. of Hawthorneand will be disbursed under date of "
Jiville were week-end guests of :Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Howell of
Edwards' parents, Mr. and Olustee were guests Saturday of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Sara Bare- Y- Shelton Brlnson of Jackson- April Itth, 15th and 17th, 1939 '
L i Misses Ruth and Edith Rowe. foot, Mrs. L. J. Green and< daughter Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs. L. A. ville were week-end guests of Mrs.S. .
t. W L Edwards. Judy, were visitors In Alachua Rennolds, Mrs. Charles MCCOr-j'' Jo). Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Friday, Saturday, and Monday)
Sunday afternoon. mack Mrs. R. T. Bell and J. :r.!, Ilrownlee.
Mrs. F. A. Canova and Mrs. A.
E. Deudon visited the Marine -- from II. C. Wall's Insurance Office
V. Long of Gainesville were guests
Tuesday of Mrs. E. E. Canova. Mr. and Mrs. A. H Kirby and( Studios/ In St. Augustine Wednesday Mrs. Charles McCornack ,of St. commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. each morning ; '

son, Alfred, Jr., of Jacksonville, afternoon. Charles Ill? Mrs. R. T. Dell and

:Mr.: and :Mrs. Walter Cooper of were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Deudon of Elgin, Ill., 1
Sanford were guests Thursday Mrs. Errol Alvarez.Mr. Mrs George Inman with hpr house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
night of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Uglow and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. ItKCIUVKKS: : CKKTIFICATKS::I MUST: lit! SlllUtJlNUF.nJln: : TO ?

and Mrs. Fred Guy of Jack- Fryer of Moutrle, Ga., were In Ward, are being delightfully entertained Ji
s tte KKCKIVK: nlVIlUoNInnANT4: !
flTift .JT ?TiT5iI Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent yester- sonville were week-end guests of Jacksonville last Friday for the while here. Sunday

day and today in Jacksonville Mrs. Guy's parents, Judge and baseball game between Jackson- they accompanied by Mrs. Ward,
with Dr. and :Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ville and St. Paul, Minn., Mrs In- Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, and Mrs. F.

man's brother, "Sugar" Cain, B. Johns, were entertained at After April 17th, 1939: mail receivers certificate to the 7z
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., spent Miss Jean Irwin of Washington, pitches :for St. Paul and was her luncheon by Mrs. A. M. Pettle and
excctd $114,000.000 last week-end in Jacksonville as I D. C., Is the guest of her grand- guest here Sunday.Mrs Mrs Higginbotham In Gainesville. Liquidator, I*. (). Box 2020 Orlando, Florida and warrant -

the guest of Mrs. M. M. Permen-I mother, Mrs. C. I. Manassa, and Tuesday afternoon they were
ffoct thin $466,000,000 Insurance ter. Miss Mina Manassa. J. P. Warren and son Jimmy guests of Mrs. Percy Moore at will In forwarded to you.f

la forcer are at home after being con- Kingsley Lake. t _._._ _._ ,_.._
oQo-- --- --- -----
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richard of Miss Katie Fugate of Jacksonville fined In the Alachua County Hos-
thin 90 per cent of die 350 Jacksonville were guests Sunday spent the week-end here with pital for several days. Jimmy is

AmaicanLUelnsurancecompaniesKclunce afternoon of Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley and recovering after being threatenedwith WEPAY17c

Life has paid more than 123 Wall. Miss Virginia Fugate. an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. \ 17c DOZENFOR EGGS
Warren secretary In the office of ,,
[ million dollars to policyholders Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jacksonville of Public Instruc-
Friends of Miss June Smith Superintendent KW
mil bcoeficlarie/ since organlzafa daughter of Junius M. Smith Will spent the week-end herewith tion here, was confined with a MAID No. Mute'Oleomargarine
in 1903. her grandparents Dr. and cold. I Pineapples;;; ; ; i

UIUU) ) C. WALL, Agency be been Interested appointed to.learn an that operator she has 1 In Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I severe lb. 10c les, Can lOc

the beauty parlor In \he House of I II _. _
Glance Life Insurance Company MI' and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and ---- -
Representatives in Washington,
of Pittsburg I Edward and Harold. of
D. c. ;I Ovieda were guests Sunday of Cooking Mich.

Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin. UJOIIT-RDS I 0 1 L Tip Top Grocery Clover

SEZ Country
NAT : Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of

A little frost now and then Isifllshcd Tallahassee spent the weekendhere ---8E- SURE f Gal. 70c Roll
as guests of Mr. Wall's parents -
: by the bt"'lt of m<<>n. EHperlally 1'lIt'kliJtf! Butter
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. .__. .___ ___ _
be u
If file frost happens Pure Lard SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pound

: up In North Carolina and not Mrs. R S. Fernndez, Miss Alice FOR SALE Improved Marlglobo 25c '
1 Ib. lOc
down here in Florida. Fernandez Mrs. W. B. Alexander : tomato plants 20c per 100, de
and Miss Wilma Alexander spent livered. D W Moore Starke.
Naturally, we don't want to nlsh last Wednesday in Jacksonville. tLLI'ANTEI 24 oz. Sweet Pickles 15c Iceberg. it ce, each--Yz

anyone hard lurk, but when It ..

docs happen that way, there Is Jimmy Mrs. of Tolbert Macclcnny Black spent and son the, hogs. : Market> TO BUY prices-paid cows on and all Qt. Jelly or Peanut Butter 20c Bananas, 4 Ibs. 15c ;

nothing that wo can do about It. grades. J. D. ODOM, box 217, +-
week-end here with Mrs. Black'sparents
It's help mid we Quart Salad Dressing 20c Beans or Sqauash 3 Ibs. 25c
However a big Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken- Starke Fla. 3-31-lyrp ;r
can surely use it.
drick. LOST OR STKAYKD head of No. 2 1-2 Can Peaches 12'/*c Cauliflower, lb. 9c
stock cattle: one frosty and one
' fflu I 9i Mrs. R. L. McDowell and Miss red side and white back. Heardof Co Kist Peas Corn 8 fur 25c mm: nUSH Nlav Pound
,t Inez Johns of Jacksonville were section or ,
i last week in Graham POTATOES
recent of Mr. and Mrs. 5c
guests Old brand R. P., new brand 30.
r b John Uglow and Mr. and Mrs. C. Butler Tip Top Tea, Big Box lOc
Notify R. S. Johns, Lake ,
Cooking Apples I Ib 5c
F. Ward. Fla., and receive reward. Itp ,

? 1r Mr. and Mrs. James-Godbold of FOR SALE Porto Rico potato A KKAL IIAIU1A1N Dozen

Jacksonville were here Sunday draws $1 per thousand. See Roy Tall Can IturlgoldMILK Winesap Eating Apples, 23c

.. visiting Mrs. Codbold's mother Kalch, Hampton, Fla. 413 2t yr

Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and Mrs. S. FOR RENT-furnished four-room I 5 Fresh Cukes, 2 for 5c I
y S. Dowllng.
r> house with large screened No. 2 Size' Can C Fresh
ifj&j Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsleft porches. Hot water and other Celery, each 7Vze

INNN4M. B0 Thursday :for Tampa where modern conveniences. Also TOMATOESRed
they are attending the spring unfurnished apartments all new- Roasting Peanuts, 2 lb.. 15e

a..r A -. / __ meeting of the Florida Press ly decorated. Mrs. S. F. Ham- ,
Association. South Walnut Street. ltp 10 Pounds
/ IL n'Children's Top Coffee, lb. 15c SWEET POTATOES 15c
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Footwear Gold Top Coffee, lb. 18c TUB BUTTER, lb. 2ge

EASTERSPECIALS Ciar/ -Jean ShoppePromises f Tip Top Coffee, lb. 20c UUOOKYIKLn, Pound w,

Maxwell House Coffee, Ib. 25c 17c ,

I to send you forth an Enchanting Gay Person on Easter F FRESH AND
5 Ibs.
well known Peters all I Sunday-at a cost much less than you thought. TANNED r i 22c

'leather New Dresses Arriving Daily -
styles offered at Tender Chuck Roast, lb. 20c

money-saving prices this ; Smart Collection of Pocket-books 10 Ibs. 39c I

'l'eek! Every pair carefully @ Florida Pork Chops, lb. 17c ..-:=...' '
lined. i;:1 Cruise Bags of Hopsacking with beaded".designs $1.98

I_ Patent Leathers in Pastels $1.00. Also Leather and ; Smoked Bacon, lb. 15c 20 Ibs. 74c8ILVKK
: .j Fabrics at $1.00 $1.98 $2.98

Best White Bacon lb. 11 'VIe
i Latest in Martha Costume ,
Designs Sleeper
J Jewelry I II Boiling Bacon, Ib. 7'/c'

I I I Beaded Bracelets and Necklaces for the Little Tots Armours Tripe, No. 2 can 19c FLOUR 55c I ,

New collection of Handkerchiefs in all the vivid color
I combinations World's Fair Sport Scarfs Sandeze Corn. Beef Matchless, can 15c SUGAR Ibs. 23c

Wear-Right from the climes of California
$1.25 to $2.25 1''; New Sports Evening Handkerchiefs sunny and Bags-White Slacks i I Banner Potted Meat, 2 cans 5c RICE, 5 Ibs. 17c
and Blazers for the Boy
I Vienna Sausage, Bungalow 5c Recleaned Corn, 100 lb. $1.35

I Place order for her flowers for il
your y; Alarka Salmon, can lOc Home Made Lard, 50 lb. $4.50 i,

Easter Today ;;: I
Mackerel, 3 tall cans 25c rreo Bar Toilet Soap With 1 Box of .
Flower Designing our Specialty at Reasonable Prices : i Large Size Eflti

PHONE 97 ill Sardines, 3 tall cans 25c Octagon Soap Flakes 20c ', ;'

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I past two weeks in Lake City and

Jasper with Mr. and Mrs. J. D.

7I/.t,to.' Em3 NEED OF HIKEIN Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Carl NEW COURT CLERK PENSIONERS p \11)

I IH. Tallahassee Guyte P. McCord,
Householdt1 TallahasseeComptrrIrLee
: ,: ,
!JJ Tallahassee attorney, i
INDICATEDIf br. Keene and son Vanlce, of 54-year-old said tax: collections :
t1 BUYING SATISFACTORY Shamrock spent the week-end has been elected clerk of the Flor- 'Msma.JI
ida Court. He preparedto loan from anoth"r
'}y CLOTHINGBy here with relatives. Supreme fuj""
Florida legislators conveningIn ni iA y le take office Immediately succeeding would permit his offici, t", ,
Tallahassee next week meet all j Mrs. Louise Denmark and Acres G. T. Whitfield, who died 52,000 In Confederate 1t8bur
Clarine Belcher '
the requests for money made recently Chatman of Jacksonville spent recently after 24 years as clerk. jfnaOI!

Extension Clothing Specialist they will have to raise the week-end here with relatives He arranged to borrow $4,&

Although the South is considered more than $11,000,000 in new k a Miss Melba demons of Jacksonville from his expense account for

the economic problem of the spent the week-end herewith WIND DOES DAMAGKDaytona 1 forcing the a
revenue. mileage tax ,
nation, recent studies of clothing her parents, Mr. and Mrs Beach-Minor Injuriesto on 'lock, ]
School folks, old aged pensioners and buses, which
i that the later
: expenditures disclose rur- W. C. demons three persons and property could ,b
al people of the south spend an cities, counties and general .;;r. i '" .. ... $ .oi..f1 '1 damage roughly estimated at made a permanent transfer
-- Norman and
Mr and Mrs. A D.
average.of $20 more a year than State government chipped In with ..aL.: 3. ..:.. Lw.r.. : about $10,000 resulted from a saw little prospect of
demands for bigger appropria- children, Kenneth and Marion, being ab,:
the north. It is reasonable to expect baby tornado that cut a narrow
adequate wardrobes at less This 600-foot white sand beach provides an ideal spot for bath- spent Saturday night, with her both mainland and to meet the pension requires!

46 i cost In the South, particularly in tions.For two days, five subcommittees Ing-both in the sun and in the sparkling waters of Johnson Lake. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. John- peninsula path across here Friday. for the remaining three months<

Florida, since fewer expensive on financial problems ap- Shown here are diving towers and floats which add greatly to the son of Graham. They were ac- the fiscal year.TOBVCCO .

; ; warm garments are required. Does pointed by the Speaker-Designate natural enjoyment of swimming. Gold Head Branch State Park is companied home by Mr. and Mrs. --

: this Increased expenditure result ins O. Pierce Wood of Port St. only 19 miles from Starke. Johnson and daughter, Madge, EARLY MELON SHIPMENTS --- -
r Joe'l I 'who with them. are good
spent Sunday Leesburg-Prospects
better dressed farm people in the heard delegations of every WAREHOUSES
., I Mrs. H. Keene and sons, R. C. for the early shipping of watermelons Live
South? If not how can this be explained Most of them wanted more Oak-Two new warehou
and Harley, attended Church at from the Leesburg section will be erected
tAnswers and in of here before
money, a majority Yf a,
this to local -
fir, have been made by cases, they made out pretty good New Hope, near Brooker, Sunday year, according growers August sales season for tobact-,

6 : ? groups of rural women in the arguments why they were entitled Y44 W. P. Kersey spent Sunday 'who anticipate that shipments The new houses and th sIx '

1// southern, central and northern to It. ,Y' 'mot night with Mr. and Mrs. N. M. will begin May B. About 3000 ready In operation will give l'

I.. of insufficient Bradley of Boat drain. acres of watermelons have been Live Oak market
sections of Florida. Because room
The 25 of them forth
r legislators, were planted in the Leesburg Oka- ,
s articles Mrs. Rosa and daughters spreading of about
money, poor quality pretty generally agreed that not Stanley humpka-Groveland section. S.SIXKKK,
are bought and this results all the requests could be met. But Blanche and Joyce, of Starke pounds of leaf. The Smothtn

; 1G In frequent replacement. For example they admitted all these pleas, plusa spent the week-end here with her 1' -- Brothers and Calhoun and R. \

too frequently Inferior present deficit in the general parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C INCOME TAX OFF Gauchat and Son announced ptal

.: quality shoes are bought; $1.03 a fund treasury, posed a variety of demons. Income tax collections still lag- the the new houses Marie

pair 'Is not a bargain if two pairs problems for the coming biennial Elder W. E. Hall of Green Cove ged behind the 1938 record yearat here and at Lake City plan ant I ,

t"' are required to render the serviceof session. Springs was the guest of Mr. and the end of March, J. Edwin tensive campaign to have all Flo.

one pair of all-leather shoes The biggest Mrs. L. L. Conner Saturday.J. Larson, U. S. collector of Internal Ida tobacco marketed In tk
single request came
h which sell for $3. Garments that revenue In Florida announced. State.
from an organized pension movement D. Dobbs of Lake City was
t, are inferior in fabric design and I Collections at the close of busi-
J. A. and family .
that suggested an Increase visiting Harnage
workmanship show these defects ness yesterday amounted to $8.-
1.. tl' after a few wearing This brings of the old age assistance appropriation Monday afternoon. 69,38517: or 2283711.72 less DRIVERS LICENSE LAW

dissatisfaction which often results from $3,400,000 to $7- Mr. and Mrs. Dave demons than had been paid to the Gov- Bradenton-The Florida Sifn

In discarding the garment before 000,000 a year. Pictured above Is the attractive bath house which has been con- were dinner guests of Mr. and ernment at the same time last Council called the

sufficient service has been given. The least expected came from structed for the convenience of picnickers who come to the park to Mrs. Edd demons of Heilbronn year. upon legist
ture to
enact a drivers' license j
the education council Sunday. It
More attention is needed to care- spend a day in the open; swimming ana fishing, or just enjoying the and provide a State
ful planning in buying clothing.To that said a $2,000,000 emergency Miss Ella Mae Sapp was visiting
I natural beauty of Gold Head Branch.
VIOLATING FISHING LAWS trol. It provides for ;
buy satisfactorily, an understanding appropriation would be necessaryto I Miss Lillian Frieo of Lawtey at-I creation of

of artistic and service keep the schools open nine' .- '-.. -.... --- ... urday afternoon.- Ocala,-State Conservation Of- State department of public safe
"'' months of the present term. Meir- I. -.1;,. 1 I ficer John Stevens said a man and for division of State com
able values in required. :Miss Melba Jean Clemons spent
booked as Paul Knight of Moul- bulary. Members of the
bers of this sold would depot'ment
y Because of our climate, a greater group they Sunday with Miss Marie Starlingof
trie, Ga, and eleven were would be the
negroes Governor
variety of washable clothing 1 is ask a bill to provide this money Hellbronn. pt:
needed. The initial cost of tub- during the early weeks of the seeThe x- y arrested in the Lake George Salt torney General, Secretary of SUiej
Springs section and would be Commissioner of
sion. Agrlculiwrl'
Able garments is small, but the I
kY ZIFF charged with violating the state'sfishing Comptroller, Chairman of ttj
schools also M
upkeep often proves expensive. will ask that
Johnnie Lewis. Cor.J laws. A truck with 800 1 Road Department and Chair.
Frequently the methods and equip- their sources of revenue be nailed I
.. pounds of black bass and bream of the State Railroad Commtato
ment used for down tighter to about
laundering are un provide $2-
W. Lewis spent last week in was seized. Stevens said. The A State director of public Bat
satisfactory; this condition and 000,000 more during each of the ,
Jacksonville with his son and defendants will be tried in Marion would be paid $400 a month TtJ
the of next two than l is
general practice hiring years expected
; daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. P. bill
County court. provides all operators of aut J
Negro washwomen may result f in this year. The appropriation is
W. Lewis. mobiles must have a license to tJ
garments rendering shorter ser about 11300.000 but ear-marked
funds We are glad to know that L. LYNCH LAW RULES issued to persons 18 years of an
vice and could account for higher probably will fall short. ;
Stokes and little Buddy Cas ells Panama City A 28-year-old or older who pass required exam
clothing costs. Another reason A big item that came In for little
suggested was that the warm are improving after being Ul. convicted slayer was shot to death nations. A biennial fee of ((1 I tsi
discussion here
was asked fore
moist climate which favors th numerous Institutions and depart- : p Mrs. L. Mann is receiving medical here after a band of masked men, would be charged for the licensJ.

growth of Insects and moulds State treatment in a Gainesville hospital expressing dissatisfaction becausehe
ments by the Budget Com p :
causes economic loss in clothing mission. Legislators said further r at this writing. had failed to receive a death

Health promoting sunshine is destructive I Mrs. Mary Thomas sentence, abducted him from the
study would be made of the budget was shop BUSINESSDIRECTORY
to clothing, causing fad report asking an additional ping in Starke last Friday.BETHEL county Jail. He was Miles W. ,

_ ing and breaking down of textile $1,000,000 a year, plus more than ..... Brown, a retired minister's! son,
fibers. Cotton fabrics convicted of the first degree mur-
guaranteedto $600,000 in a special fund for
be color fast to sun and per- buildings. 1 Shown here is one of the picnic shelters which are placed at the der of Roy Van Kleeck, In whose
\lrOl.:! Susie GlKson Cor.
plration will be found to be the disposal of visitors to the park. In the foreground is one of the hardware he formerly worked.

:moat economical comfortable and I Cities,because asserting of they revenue were desperate lost- charcoal stoves which picnickers may use to prepare coffee or cook Jim Sapp of Belle more spent I The Jury's recommendation of

serviceable. White cotton garments steaks or other meats. Gold Head Branch State Park will be an added mercy made a life sentence man-
through homestead exemption, demanded :Monday with his stater. Mrs. An-
are considered a luxury by tourist attraction for this section of the state. nie datory and saved him from the The drink
$1.000,000 of State funds Geiger electric chair.
many, but should receive due consideration !
from intangible and Inheritance Mrs. Callie Gainey of Boatdrain that

in wardrobe planning. I taxes. Counties sought $500,000m01.e "GOLD BRICK" the men, but none had any idea spent Tuesday with her aunt, Mrs ,
An attractive
r appearance and, from the State, also from I tification papers. D. D. Woodard. everybodTknows ]
comfort can be expected from well HOAX STILL MR. FARMER i
.selected and well-cared-for white intangibles and requested that all Produce Metal Box Wilber Willard of Tampa spent

cottons throughout their length of present allocations to them from BEING USED Patrolmen Goode and Jones de last week with his parents, Mr. There ulll be a tremendous

_ service. .the Several general treasury be continued. cided the men should be examinedby and Mrs. C. C. Norton. demand for flues! this year. Put
organizations asked that
Planning wiser Jacksonville was the scene re- Mr. and Mrs Edgar Bridges of your order In 5
buying and aid to dependent children be boosted the detective bureau and took now with a s wnull
..care needed in DeLand: were here Monday visiting deposit
supplying satisfactory of revival of the old
cently a "goldbrick"
from $400,000 to 1000.000 a them there. Detectives checkedthe I
clothing for the family.TIME their .aunt, Mrs. Emily Gils- .
year and several smaller requestswere swindle which netted three case and learned that Shapow son. Our flues are welded. They DOT. COJ

.. made. confidence men $1,143, but they sky had been the "victim." When will not come apart under the

Few of the groups seeking new had the pleasure of keeping it only severest! heat.
the detectives advised the HAMPTON WE ARE
where the groceryman -
money suggested rev
for a very few minutes. of what had ,Mli4' Ads Nlmnio, CorrespondentMrs. Our PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS
RUBBER enue could be found, although several happened he produced Flues Don't Cost

t were asked directly by the Inquiring I'eter Shapowsky, who operateda the "gold brick." Any More And They Arc
grocery store on Florida Ave., Meads Dies
; of legislators the situation.about this was the victim, but alert police It consisted of a metal box, Mrs B. D. Meads, mother of Better CARPENTER'SThe
1 phase Usually about eight by six inches In size
anybody after State money considers officers arrested the swindlers and Inside were a hundred Andrew Meads, died Monday Support Your Home Industry Rcxall Store
it bad to returned his money before he even or more morning at 10 o'clock. She was I''
r policy name a flat pieces of SEEGEORGE
source from which it should realized that he had been swindled glittering metal loved by all who knew her and PLUMBINGPrompt
one about sixteenth
because I one-- of will be greatly missed. The be- Service at
those who dislike the tax
*n Inch thick In WARGO
Here is the told reaved relatives have the sympathy Reasonable Prices
they suggest thus will be added story as by and
paper packed into the box.
to those who oppose the request the policeman: The metal it of the entire community. LIVE OAK FLA. Let Me Estimate Your Job]
was revealed, was
I anyway. Shapowsky was Introduced by brass.A Mrs. J. Home and sons, Junior C. M. RITCH
and Billy, left this week for
the "contact man" to a man posing
TRAIN SChEDULE search of the men arrested ReevesvlIIe, S. C., where they will -
l Schedule of trains arriving here as a Jeweler. The "Jeweler"had revealed the $1,145 taken from I visit Mrs. Home's mother.Mr. -
an opportunity to buy a "goldbrick" :
i dally Subject to change without Shapowsky and an additional $1- and Mrs. Albert Stringerof
for $&000. but was $1,143 I
notice. Sergeant Branch said
fingerprints High
Springs were visitors
short of the amount.
By smooth BRADFORD
SAVERS Southbound-Due Starke were being sent to St. here last Sunday. HARDWARE CO.

No. 1-Local. ,__.- 11.23p.m. and convincing talk, he persuaded Petersburg, where it was reported Easter Services. will be conducted -
MONEY SAVERS No. 18-1 Through.. __.. Shapowsky to"loan" him the difference
30.29p.m.No. police were looking for men at the Baptist Church
>Every SSualneM Needs Them 107-Through.___ 8.37a.m. M. then.until S P. M. It was 2 P. answering their description.The morning at 11 o'clock. A program Sells nothing but merchandise of the highest quality.
Shapowsky's reward was
Northbound Due Starke
BUY FROMBradford No. 2-Local_-______ B.23 a.m. to be $100 as "interest" and so docket men were at listed on the police children will of be the presented by the We sincerely urge you to consider the quality rather
: Sunday School and
6.41 that he 'would be sure of gettinghis than price
No. 108-Through : p. m. there when making
will a purchase.
Abraham Wolfe 43 of be a sermon by the Rev.
County Starke and Bell Branch money, It was agreed that the Cleveland -

No. 101 leaves Starke 7OO a. m. "gold brick" would be left with Ohio; Samuel Schneider, 51, Calvin Warren. Evening service
Telegraph of Cleveland, and Louis Freeman will be at 7:45.: .
No. 102 arrives Starke 1:60 p. m. Shapowsky as "security. Shapow ,

STARKE:, FLORIDA (Dally except Sundays) sky drew out his money from a 47, of Grant, N. Y., All were attractive M. M. Matchett is erecting an

T. J. GRIFFIN Agent. savings account and gave it to the charged with "suspicion-hold for bungalow on Main St., Bona
"jeweler." investigation." one block east of Saxon's Grocery. Allen Team Bridles

Patrolmen Play Hunch Sergeant Branch said It was the U Mr. Jessie Wilson of Brooker True Temper Hoes and Rakes
: spending this week here
HOME It is doubtful if the first time the "gold brick" scheme : with
FUNERAL grocer
BOREE would have seen his money again had ever been worked in Jackson I. her mother,.Mrs I. J. Priest. Massachusetts Shovels

FuU line of Caskets Sf: Undertaker Supplies had not Patrolmen Vance Goode ville as far back as any memberof Marvin Blrt left Sunday night
AMBULANCE SBttVIOK for Pahokee after brief Kelly Axes
I the a visit
police force
and W. E. Jones "sensed" that could remem-
DAY AND NIGHT I I ber. with his mother, Mrs. W. P. Blrt,
something was amiss. Simond
58 PHONE.-----U I and his aunt Miss Ada Nimmo. Crosscut Saws
O. II. BENNETT Mgr. The patrolmen knew nothing of O. D. and
UNIFORM: TEACHERS PAYCrestviewRepresentative Gay family had as Disston Crosscut
was going on In the grocery recent guests Mr. and :Mrs. Snipes

store, but they did know that it Sikes, of Crestview. has announced Bob- and daughter of St. Augustine. Disston Handsaws
was not customary for an automo-

bile to be parked in a driveway two proposed measures regard- Brinley Plows and repairs

THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS about a block distant. They had Ing the schools of Florida whichhe DRINK MORE

kept an eye on the car all morn- says "will help to give the Shakespeare and Heddon Fishing Tackle

will come to your home every day through ing and at 2 P. M. decided it was child in the rural, Impoverished MILK '

I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR time for action. county the educational advant- Davis Paints and Enamels

.I All international Daily N etc*paper One man was seated in the car ages enjoyed by his city cousin. ,

It record for you the world.clean. eontrtmUTe dot n.... The)Monitor at the time. Goode and Jones The first measure proposed by -----._,
floe not exploit crime or eaatlon>; nMthr doe It Iffnor them. questioned Slices la a uniform salary scale fp: I
Pmt deal. orrectlvuly with thim Fruturri. for busy men and aU abe him and be claimed to be for ,
family including the Weekly ""IIULu8 3. ,tun. teachers, based upon training I
____n_____.__ .. ___unn__. ..__c__________________ In the clothing business and was and experience: His second i II! We sell the above items and Increase
others at i
proI many no
Chr1.t1 .' looking for a business I
in S !irnco Publishing! Society site, j
On.. Norway. atr..t, Bon tort. Mainchtmefsen posnl la a program of vocational) I And Drink i over nationally advertised prices.
en'or my nub.4.rlpuon to Tb ObrlMiun. .. Briente Monitor for The other two men returned to training in every high school in !

S 1 period:year of eta 00 fl monfh 841.1I0 3 month 93 00 l month tl Oo the car and told the policementhat the state. I The Best :

anewtay ......Including ....P De....Mm; i ,i..r M.40. a"'U,.ass they were In the metal bUt
Nmn ____________u______________ ness. On.. had, a brief (':HI,'. butximln.itlon CHRISTN CHURCH I FROM: : HARDWARE\ CO
I! ri'vonlcil! only a pack- Tho R.-v W T. McQuire wll :,

"44.'''' ______._ .. ,.'" I.___.._. f rl.H'...u________ 'tge of h" win;..: gum and a pair ?r will fill his regular: appolntmcn' PETERSON'SDAIRY J. B. CARLISLE Owner'PAGE

ipectaclcs Inside A largi', am tint I at the Starke Christian Church i ,

of currency was found on one of' Sunday morning and evening. I .

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THE PERISCOPE I parl-mtitual cctup In status quo. e -eHOW DO WE KNOW mr> -" I /k1't.


W HARTLEY In spite of earlier indications t THAT CHRIST ROSE l\ i 'TEb }b e'j "

staff Corespondent Maws Service Florida !I I sheriffs that state they have would constabulary endorsed support a a Florida'highway proposed ir Al FROM THE DEAD? lfilj ;

bill which has drawn _ _ _ _ _ .
Storm WlU'nlnPrallanas&ee patrol editorial By the late Rev. James M.\ Gray, D. D. _ _ ) j

Florida's 1939 scorchlngs from many news- former President, Moody Bible Institute BAPTIST
papers. Under the sheriffs plan Chicago METHODIST rilESBYTEIUAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN I
Tuesday TKXT It..\. A. K J.I..htfoot n.v. Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerke., Jr. Rev. W. T. McOuIre '
t.mvened, Now
would be Christ' bo
gislatUrl' patrols organized in each preached that he ro +* from the dad how Pastor Pastor Rev. Dr. Hlce anilKey. Rector Pastor /

usual' pomp and cere- county commanded by the sher- say Homo among you that there In no urrrctlon" of the dead f- A. J- Thom*,. Supt. 13. K. Perryman, Dr. Adam. Sunday School Supt. Sunday Bchool Supt.Mr I:
tne Sunitny School Oen. Superintendent Organlet Miss Ella .1. SaaOrg&net *. Ira, WilsonSunday to '.
I wnerein leaders were form- iff and financed out of fines and I Corinthian 15:12 Sunday School of Church School M,.. a. M. Davis School ,,,,,7)
) ander bond forfeitures. Since there is 9-45 A. M. Church School Mr". Jarnea, CarlllService 10 o'clockWorship I

Iy elected' for the Senators upper and very little money In these county At this season of the year-our-What then originated U, or what Morning 11 A.Sorvio M. Mornlnc 10 A.Worship M. Church Roy School Mathewe Supt. Sunday School* Ind ServiceBvery Sunday l 1
divisions funds It is easy to imagine what thoughts are turned more than us- explanation shall be given for Its Baptist Trainingfntun Service, 11 A. M.Kvenlnv Church School 10 A. M. It o'clock a. m. '
: >.
6-3: t M. 10 A. M. I
bands In Wocnhlp 7:SO clock p. m. '
| Dreentatlves clasp would happen If the sheriffs' bill ual to the resurrection of Jesus observance at that time ? There Evening; Service, Service: TS9: P. M. Morning Worihlp Sundays 11 A. 5!. Prayer Meeting; ;. '

LomnplelK'-t'worktaharmny become law. We would have six Christ. This Is the keystone of must be some cause adequate for Prayer 7:30 P.Mactins'ilL: Tounc Pecvple'sLeasrue 11 A. M. Friday___ 7:30 P. U. Wednesday Night 4

L best interests of the com-, ty-seven speed traps in Florida be- the arch of Christianity and the such an effect, and we find it in Wednvaday. 7-.JOP.M. t:10: Meotlnr.'. M. _ Holy Days..10 A. kl. 7:30: o'clock '' I'::1.'.
tbe cause the county road partols that action of the Pianist Prayer Meeting MIN. ALLIANCE ', '
basis of our own hope of life be- continental Mrs. Mona Canova ,.
0nwealth Wednesday, 1:30
would have to : P.M. PresidentThe
correspon- upon fines yound the grave. Therefore it is congress. Choir Director MISSION HAIX GOSPEL TAB. FrankRobinson
I Nevertheless, your Mr* r. II. Long Rev. .
levied John H. Powell
I detects beneath the surface4jIte against erring motoristsfor of the first Importance to be sure Just so we have the first day of: Chairman Org-anl and Choir\ Sponsor: Sponsored by \

lit undercurrnt of Impend- their salaries. about it. We ought to have a the week which we keep as one Board of Deacons Director Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mr. Vice President I i. Ii
J. K. Klcklltcr Mr*. B. K. Perryman, J. T. QulgleyEvangrellstlo The Rsv. Leslie '
So the sheriffs' road bill firm of rest and worship. All the J. T. Quigley I t (
war fare between the patrol foundation for our faith, for peo- Chairman A>sl..tnt Organist Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasure
: guerrilla little county blocs which has muddled the state constabulary which reason we ask and will try ple do not keep this day but many Board of Trusties T. T. Long, Assistant Bible Study, each each Prlttny evening \

I and develop into a replica of the waters so badly that it Is difficult to answer the question. How do i do, who are called Christians L. a Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:3C: 7:10 o'clock The Rev. Fred Verke ,

ay 'battle of the 100 days", to determine just what may we know that Jesus Christ arose I They are found In all nations and

Lht Leon county's red clay happen. A poll of the House from the dead? among all tongues Moreover, CHURCHES UNITEIN MISSION II.MX. ANt)) nervance of "Easter" is that so '

on in 1931. however, shows a whopping maJority they have kept this day for nearly T.tliKKNACLK many people live worldly gocJlf'1U9lives
Jills back yonder Antiquarians say that the strongest OBSERVANCEOF
favor a state drivers' license 2,000 years, and yet there was a throughout the year and then
I years ago a Legislature and revenue from, this source times evidence is of an event of early time when It began to be. What HOLY WEEK The sixth anniversary of the through a hypocritical interest la C

Lvened with every outward would be ample to finance a real a historical monument originated It, what explains !its mission work was observed Tuesday seasonal religion they seek to ,
tat to perfect harmonyd erected to establish it. Take our night at the Mission Hall. The God for all their in- '
pointing state constabulary, leaving a tidy Fourth of What coming Into being? There must To the already nature-filled' compensate
fine spirit of cooperation. balance for the establishment July. an ever- be a cause adequate for such an young people and smaller children difference of the past year. Certainly
the Senated of recurring It Is of the Decla. beauty of Palm Sunday there was
Lht ago both all In of to forgive 1
pnitlclpated Is
years a criminal investigation laboratory effect, and it Is found in the resurrection a program God always ready
tb House apparently were in Gainesville. ration of Independence put forth of Jesus Christ from : added the soul Inspiring notes of music and recitation that was Interesting those who truly repent of

ntrolled by the Administration. by our political fathers as the the dead on that day This proof ,, Chimes pealing forth from the and scriptural.A their sins and forsake them. But

ut there was a Uny storm cloud Magna Charta, of our nation! We Is all the stronger when we recall spire of the First Methodist good number of floral offer- He does not accept the halfhearted

B the horizon back In 1931. no Civil Service For Copt trace the history of this day from that the first Christians were'! Jews, Church last Sunday morning. Beginning Ings helped to beautify the Hall ritualism of seasonal religious:

gger than your band but carry- Backed by the Florida Peace decade to decade until we reach I and that until that time they had at 10:45: o'clock chime and nearly all were gifts of spasms. A man canot lie and i
the adUce Officers Association, a bill will be the point when It first came to be. music heard and blendedIn
L the threat of becoming I always kept the seventh day of was was friends. A large attendance was cheat and steal' and swear and

guard of a legislative hur- introduced to bring under the pro- te week, and not the first. It with the melodious strains from there and a telegram of congratulation break all the laws of God duringthe

cane tection of civil service all municipal 38; E. Lewis $82.62; J. E. Brown, must have been a revolutionary the Organ at 11 o'clock. Everyone from Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur year and then expect to b.

j if you scan the heavens today. policemen in the state. The $40.00; Nelson Green $3.39; Nel. event Indeed to produce a changelike was well pleased with this ad- Scott was read. forgiven< for his sins by going to

L will find that same old cloud sheriffs are not Interested in this son Green, $21.56; Nelson Moore, this. dition to the dignity of the serviceof The title of the program was church once a year. God! requiresan

cept that the promised gales of measure but can be counted on to $20.00; Sam Mott, $40.00: Richard But going further back what worship and the beauty whichIt "The Witness of the Resurrec- all year round faith and virtue.

39 will roar through the Housed oppose any attempts to extend Griffis, $2.37; Richard Griffis, ground had our Christian Fathersfor added to the Sunday morning.This tion." The thoughts of the Christ- The child of God who Is truly born ,

Senate chambers not because I civil service to their deputies. $32.63; Oliver Underhill, $2.38; believing that Jesus Christ feature was made possible Ian world are all centered on this again will not wallow IIi the filth

I any attempt to reallocate the Reason is a civil service deputy Oliver Underbill, $27.62; Andrew arose from, the dead on that day? through the generosity and courtesy -' great theme at this season of the of the world and then come up for

i des ganoline tax but becausee could be discharged only for cause Redding $10.00; Roy Tomllnson, To mention only a single fact, of A.V.. Anderson, Jr., who year. Of course, there are it an annual washing. He will try :

fate of the counties' revenue I and after public hearing, makingIt $2.38; Roy Tomlinaon $77.62; o they had the testimony of 514 eyewitnesses provided the electrical equipmentand great many heathenish costumesand to keep close to God and keep

difficult for a newly-elected Frank Norman, $40.00; Dewey mentioned the sound mechanism. Again practices that have been Incorporated pure and clean at all times.
torn part-mutual gambling hangs by Paul in I
the balance. sheriff to clean house and find Murrhee, $9.50; L. O. Jones, $6.- Corinthians 15:5-8: One on Easter Sunday morning at 1045 :- Into the celebration of We need to know the power of Wx
jobs for his political henchmen. eye these Chimes will be heard! and the culled the world Paul
15; A. A. Edwards, $20.00; Bell witness might be mistaken, or two : season by Ills resurrection as prayed.

Stmlllar opposition is expected Reddish, $15.00; H. G. Alderman or three might be mistaken, but at 5 o'clock In the afternoon ahlrtyminute "Easter' (After the old Saxon T.UIKHNACLH: :
HlocH Organized from state heads and recital will be .
department 1500. given.It goddess "Centre"" unit the Babylonian
:514 hardly! And not when you remember The meeting last week was In
| Unfortunately for the big coun- for the same cause.SCHOOL Is planned to make this a rcguar goddess "Ishtar" ). Yet It .
Tejicliom Salary Fund than 500 of them saw charge of Mr. and Mrs. Klfurt: of '
contingent the first wallop Incurrent I Sunday morning feature of the la well that we should turn the
Him at once. And furthermore the Korea church of Jack
e strife was struck in BOARD Eunice Searing, $72.83; Clara Church Following this Inspiring thoughts of the world to the Resurrection I

>ado county with the filing of aLit I Flump $20.00; Lucile Edwards, the po8t-resurreclion appearancesof music the morning worship service of Christ. This la (the sonville. Mr. Blfurt is a hymno-

contesting' the constitution-I WARRANT LIST $86.50; H. B. Wiggins. $10.00; E. Jesus Christ were many for continued mill was further elevat- best IItte ted event In history and logist. lie told stories of the
He remained on the earth for six I hymns and then sang them beautifully
lity of dividing part-mutual revue i I L. Williams $30000; Madge Mid- pd by the beautiful solo "The also the most outstanding Without
In 67 equal parts. Just as'' MARCH 1939 I dleton $79.17; Ruby Lllley $85.- weeks. Not only were they many, 'alms" sung by Mrs. J. W. And- the resurrection the faith of In a baritone voice. His ,

,fortunate too was the an- District Fund. N 50; Leola Roberts. $79.17; Kitty but very Intimate. If we may so I-ewe. Jr The Choir Dang in its the Christian would be vain. It wife accompanied him on the ,

iiiincement> by State Senator!I Smith Service Station Electric I iHogsed $60.15; Evelyn Ritch. $69.- expresH It. He walked and talked usual magnificent way an anthem la the keystone In the arch of our piano.

nest P. Graham of Miami, that pump $50.00; Typewriter Service 67.: Edna Prevatt $72.83; Ernes with His disciples, and He ate and Rejoice unit Pralun the Lord." Christian faith. We need to emphasize I I Next Friday night there will be

1 Intended to ask the Senate to I Co.. Three Months Contract $35.- i tine Buddington, $63.33; Edna drank with them. He afforded Mrs. F. II Long was at the oigan the reality of the miracles another meeting at the Tabernacle -

ivoitigate the political activities 43; Carpenters Drug Store. Medical Hart $79.17: Madallne Andrews, them the evidence not only of the fOI' the congregational singing and of the Bible because of the undermining I I which will begin at 8:00:

J Joseph E Widener, patriarch of Supplies, $9.23; J. J. Brannon, $63.33; Willie Mae Hlnson. $72.- senses touch of too.sight Thomas and sound, but of also for ppeciiil organ selections. skepticism that. Is being ln-|' o'clock. Special music will be

.aleab's beautiful track. Equally Work on Well, $14.00; Hance Hall 83; Mrs. Bynum Perkins. $69.67; wan directedto The pastoi. the Rev. Frank Rob- stilled into the minus of children provided.

fortunate was the renewal of work on well, $3.00; Mike Maruca Mildred Morgan, $66.50: Ethel thrust his hand Into the woundin I nson.", delivered a sermon on the through false scientific teaching.The -----+---- I
the side of
:mode by Miami merchants for Janitor Service, $45.00: ; Mike Biggs, $69.67: Dow C. Beck $83.- "be not Jesus, and told to" subject "A Real Triumphant tragedy of thin annual ob- CIIUKCII OF CimiST

filiation cutting racing at all Marcua, Janitor Service Month 33; Grace Wainwri /,ht. $79.17; faithless, but believing; l Cntry." I Regular services of the Churchof
I The man who rejects such testimony -
f.icto to five days each week. ending 3-3-39 $45.00; Ebb Thorn Vema Demorest, $76.00; Lucile is The evening service was conducted III and material wuy and StarkeIs Christ will be hold at the

f In all justice to all concerned, I ton, Janitor Service and Traffic I Kennedy $63.33; Jessie Lee Lazen- any nimlliar incapable testimony of accepting to I by the pastor and after several such a community as this. May Masonic Hall Sunday at 11 a. m.

it It be said that the petitioner In Director, $50.00: W. Thomas, by, $72.83; Dorothy Swanbom, or anybody. anything congregational I numbers hfl presented we all make a very special I effortto and 7:30: p. m. Perryman Dennison -

le letigation. Senator Graham I Janitor Service. $65.00: Ganwetta $63.33; Evelyn Stump, $69.67; Yet the who Dr C. C. Adams, pastor of attend Church this Ka ter, Sun of Midway will conduct the

rd the merchants are sinpin 1 Hardware Store, $141.80; Hart .: Myrwln Long $9500; Dell Dowl- man truly believeson (the First Presbyterliin Church day morning anti' l evening at the services and all members of the
quite the Lord Jesus Christ
I has
evidence -
what they are Furniture Co., Chairs etc. $94.60; i tnK, $101.33: Rosalind Williams who gave a masterful sermon on Church of our (choice hut regardless congregation lire urged to be pre- ,
attempting' of
a more Intimate and lIatIsfuctol'y
I -
do Whether they have axes'' F. A. Scott Rent $2.00; Ovid ,' $76.00: Blanche Vandervier $70.- kind than the subject "Set-king Jesus." These of the name of the Church, sent. A hearty welcome la extended -
either of those
grind is beside the point. The I Iostlon Lewis, Janitor Service. 3400. I 00; J. H. Atkinson. $76.66: Ruby named. He has the wltnesH In I services began the observance of let's all go to church on this the to the general.. public.
General Fund Mae Perkins $76.00: L. M. Spon- Week and continued most outstanding any In I the yearly ---
Holy were
is whether
this mass atcit I hlmHplf for he himself> Is i'isenfrom
on Florida's racing industry Virginia Fugate One days work holtz. $76.00; J M. Whittemore,, the detail, not during the week, meeting each I calendar In all Christendom l'ItF.SIU"nIU.\N: C'IIIIt'U j
I as
little county war just at a county time Salary March 15-31, $125.00; A. J. II B. Cody. $120.33: M. W. Morrow,, has risen from a spiritual the death xense.of sin HP Into Methodist Church, the three-hour I The First Methodist Church cordially vices, will be followed at bite .

hen all hands should be 1 Griffls Car expenses for March $20000; II B Wiggins $69.66; the life of "Good Friday" Is to be h-ld III the Invites you to attend any Presbyterian Church on Raster
sittingad rigliteouHttesM. He
$20.0Louise Warren, Salary Lorraine Smith. $59.41 ; Floy Sullivan St. Mark's Episcopal Church with I and all of the services and assures Sunday: Sunrise Service 6:30: to ,
> in the boat.Thtlance j ; knows this to be a fact, and it is >
I March 15-31, $50: .00; Frances : $60.16: Ophelia Bryan, $69.- i''so great marvel in his the ministers of the community you of a warm and friendly welcome 7:10: a. m., Sunday School 10 a. '

I i Peek, Office work March 15-31 1 36: E. L. Williams $100.00; J. M. that the a experience assisting the pastor the Rev. Fred I among Its people! and will m., Morning Worship 11 It. m. with

of I'ower i $14.40; A. J. Griffls, Office expense -'I Whittemore $38.00; Emma Hill II to follow Is phynlcal resurrection Yerkes. The final service of the endeavor to bring you Spiritual i special music Dr. (X C. Adams

:N'o nutter what you think about 1 $9.34; E. J. Lewis, .Board $69.66; Blanche Edwards $72.83; from the altogether of removed Holy Week Commemoiatlon spon- ( well-being. Come and worship will take as his topic, "Four

..Florida's legislative apportionnt Service for March $25.00: ; J. H. Joyce Futch. $95.16: ; Ila Reale. doubt. region uncertainty or I II sored by the Staike Mlnlsleiial with us. I I Faster: Questions."

gives the balance of power.II Moore, Board Service for March, I $72 83; Jeyel Roberts, $76,00: Mrs. But how did this I Alliance will\ be held at 6:30: o'- ,
:her I resurrection '.
House or Senate, to the lit- $25.00; Dr. W. E. Middleton, ,| L. H. Futch, $79.13: Helen Cody, take place In his case? clock Sunday morning In the Presbyterian ,
counties. Two thirds of the i $70.13; Lois Mayes, $73.00; Grace '
Board Service for March, $25.00: ; 1 believing the of God I Church anti will be pre .,
)PIe are represented, roughly, Womans Club of Starke Library Ford, $60.33; Cleo Andrews, 43. concerning the death sided over by Dr. Adams. Thin '
the one-third of the membership I Expense, $15.00: ; Florida Bank at I 133; Norman Johns, $76.50; Luver- of Jesus Christ. This resurrection is Sunrise service is an annual eventto FLORIDA' MOTOR LINES

9 LgiBlature. So what? So Starke Bal due on note, $2,697.98; | tla 'Shepherd. $69.66; Lubedia a great mystery. but the momenta which both young and old are J
little counties, who tasted ( Johns. $44.33; Mae Wells. $57.00;
'ed I Florida Bank at Starke, Paymenton man believes what God has said cordially invited for singing and
back in 1931, are forming a Anderson [ Arthur McRae. $66 83; Essie Ctos commemoration of the I
note, $808.02; J. L. about His Son who died for praise In i,
I'ted 1 our I
< front
this year to stop any I Transportation Repairs $78.23; I by. $43.33; Madallne Crosby: 43. sinn and rose again for our justification -I Rifling of our Lord from the dead.
"nptsto 11)) upset the ; G. E. McCdUlley. $89.66; lIar- hours of I to4-
'tax present Carpenters Drug Store, Office .30, \\33 thai moment he Is born The usual Sunday worship -I
allocation ((2) disturb total $1.75 mon Morgan $63.33; Muriel Nor will prevail In all Churchesof St
solution, $145 ; I
he Is
cetrack again; a ne.w man, in a new 1
revenue and ((3)) call a Mrs. Clennie Hickok, Clinic Nurse, I man. $63.33; Sorchle Baird $63.- world with a new hope In his I the Community with special | I
mtitutional convention for the I 33; Annie Laura Elston, $63.33; the Kaster occasion. ,
'Pose $36.00; Knight & Knight, Legal heart. You do not need to offer i I emphasis on i
of revamping Florida's $55.00 Western Union, I Melva Crosby. $31.40; Aubrey Sunday morning at the Methodist -' ,
:?:anlc Expense, ; him further proof that Jesus _''S. -
law so that the I Withers. $69.66: J. B. Cody $120.- will deliver :
illative present Messages $1.34; Starke Telephone i iI I[ Christ rose from the dead he carries Church the pastor I

I'\>vie apportionment mIght I Co. $12.35; Treasurer Womans :33; Ruth Frazier $53: .83; Mabe with him all the proof hp requires an Easter Sermon being assisted _______________ I
i! Club of Starke Library Expense i I Wall, $72.83; Mabel Wall, $5.70; In his own soul. by the Choir singing Easter ., A

In speaking with the A. J. Griffin -: Mrs. L. H. Futch. sub,, $21.59; thems, and special selections IIn'l
leaders of Dec. Jan. Feb. $45.00; Once I was blind, but now I can
e 1939 little county bloc. your I i Salary March 1-15, $125.00; Margaret Whittemore sub.. 17. see, the organ. The Sunday night 0, .

T"pondent has been impressed Louise Warren, Salary March 1-15 27; Myrtlce Carpenter sub., $7.13; The light of the world Is I vice will be presided over by the | _

'b Li the fighting| spirit that aprenlly $50.00; Frances Peek, Ofllce work '! Grace Williams sub. 11.40; Jesus. I pastor and will be given over to ,I
permeates Florida Bank at Starke, paymenton the Praise of God through music. ,
entire $13.60. No power can effect Ihls
{ Jutlon. This outfit, incl- Transportation Fund I note. $1,402,115: Florida Bankat In a man but God; and If God cange! ef- I', The Church Choir will sing special i7"? 'I

commanded by some J. K. Adkins, $102.40; J. E. Starke, payment on note, $7- eects It when a man believes, that music and the combined Young > I I I SI

''Ier thE< smartest legislators in Adkins, $3.60; J. E. Brown, $40.- 307.18: Lillie McRae. $69.66; Florence is! all the testimony the man needs I People's Division will also give ai I I:

rtTCh; Artillery' has been'rh. 00; J. G. Boyd, $36.81 ; J. G. Boyd, Brown, $60.16: Mrs. Eunice that His Son died and rose again. 1 I election. Other musical numberswill p p I
position| Nel- Kelley sub.. $5.70: Harry Sapp, It' consume the period of wor-I I
and the Big $2.37; Nelson Green $4861; Why not try it for yourself? I
IS a nub.. $2.61; Mrs. E. C. Long, sub., at this time. '
county unit bill, pat- son Green, $3.39; Richard Grif cents nothing but the surrenderof ship

,ned after Georgia's, but streamed fis, $32.63; Richard Griffis, $2.37; $3.56; Emma Chalker, ub., 31. your will to God. but It is I Next Tuesday the Stewards!! of j I ______ "
; to fit the Florida Lewis :59; Carl, Roberts, $50.00; Lucile the Church will hold their regular {
situation. i Klam Lewis, $82.63; Elam worth more than everything else -
;.olng ove to the other 2.37: Nelson Moore. $20.00; S. ;ohns. $25.00: Mrs.-. .N._ J.. Johns. you have In this, world I monthly meeting (postponed from I
camp, we _ _
In sub., $6.64; Mrs N J. Johns, RU!)" o'clock at the _
< last week at 7:30:
Norman. ) I
tm"8phere of fear and M. Mott, $40.00; -- --- .
Kirkland. sub.
'ertalnlY Some hold the county $40.00; Andrew Redding, $10.00; $34.20; Elizabeth I Credit Is Given Parsonage. Mr. W. I' Smith, j
t bill $2.14; E. L. Williams. $20000; Board ,
Chairman of the ,
IJnconlttltutional"ln that A. A. Edwards, $20.00 L. O. Jones Middleton. $79.17 Ruby. For EntertainmentThe urges
; i
eonttavertll Madge member of the Board to be
$1500 every
the Alderman, ;
whole of $6.15 H. I
theory ;
Leola Roberts $79.-
Hon, $85 50.
Lilly ;
at thin time. Wednesday
But the leaders of the J. S. Austin. $6.35; George $60.16 local American Legion Post present .
Hogsed. ;
COunty 17; Kitty at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer
Ad- evening : j
group are mighty un- Rhames, $6.00; Mrs. Pency Edna Prevatt, 72. regrets very much that it failedto
Jpy 'bou, Ritch. $69.67.: Meeting will be held In the Church. down nd again Florida :
the Belle Reddish, $28.- Travel rat.! are : COMPARE
racing issue $20.00
I and kins ; $63.33 mention three highly appreciated -
Krnentlne ;
ee p 83; evening the members of Motor Lines lead the entire livid with new
-yof Tom- Thursday
i ,0111 l i'I< trouble ahead. un- 05; Belle Reddish, $1 95;Tomlmson.Roy Edna: Hart, $79.17: Lucite Ed- numbers on the program at the the Young People's Division will | low fares throughout the South and to all these low fares I

'ers Poured on. the stormy linson, $77.63; Roy jvaids. $66.50: Madaline Andrews, dedication ceremonies for the new Church at 7 o'clock I America-fans and rric. thai no other
the j
assemble at
$237Oliver; Underhill, $27.63; $63.33: Willie Mae HI leon, $72.83; community center building, Tuesday to lyp oi Bill class trans porUUon can: match I Jacksonville 8 0))
tt3Otur .," the Underhill $2.37; George preparatory to making a trip Grand new. lor millions who plan
tracks Oliver Perkins. $6967; March 28. | yacaSt Petersburg 3.05
are conned -
w.. find, J. S. Austin, $3.18; Mrs. Bynum Hawthorne to attend the Garfield-I| lion trip*-(or It man more miles for !I... '
the representatives Rhames, $3.00; $66.50; Ethel The Parker family delightfully Tampa 2,5O
Mildred Morgan. :
both u. Bell Evans League Union. All members mon 7, a far wider rang ol vacation at.
horse and Chester Andrews, $1260; Dow G. Beck, $83.- "ntTlalned with several musical I Orlnndo 2.30 .
Iytn" ... dog ovals Biggs/ $6967; of the Young People's Ulvl- tractions. mora day oi pleasure with dollar ----
IVd ;:"; with' the >little' county'' Reddish $30.00; J. E, Adkins 33; Grace Wainwright $79.17: numbers from 5 to 6 o'clock in slon urged to be present. i| saved by Florida Motor Line While area Key West 8.6O( S
r"altzlng their power. The $107.30; J. E. Adkins $3.70; Verna Demorest. $76.00; Luclle the afternoon. and a string band. : go down. service and convenience go up West Palm Beach 4.8O '

:iU"PIIwd, therefore. believes a Pency Adkins $10.00; Torode Kennedy. $63.33; Jessie Lee Lazen- under the direction of O. P Hutto, The pastor wishes to express his -with more. frequent schedule In new Miami' _?__ .. 5.60

Ih.. b. wPt'r. the blocs will result Chevrolet Co.. $46.55; Nelson by. $72.83: Dorothy Swanbom, also contributed a number of beautiful deep appreciation at the tine spiritof I Zephyr buae Cincinnati 11.30 ,

deCeat not only the five Green $25.05; J G. Boyd, $2.38; $63.33 Evelyn Stump. $69.67: : selections From 6 to 7 p. cooperation among the ministers I Detroit 14.75 '
1 bill nut some sort of compro- J. G. Boyd, $35.80: E. Lewis $2.1J'I .- Myrwin Long $95.00; Dell Dowl- m., and from 9 to 10 p. m. the B and the people of our com-1 I' Conway's Service StationLACV Chicago isis

Ing $101.33; Rosalind Williams, H. S. orchestra under the direction munlty in making the Holy Week i New York 14,15

Blanche Vandervler, 70. of Mrs. A. E. Wall, delighted services such an outstanding i CONWAY Agent Atlanta 6.60"V I
) : FUNERAL DIRECTOR 00: J. H. Atkinson. $7666; Ruby the guests with several num- Spiritual success. A communityin I I

1 Years Experience Makes It Possiblefor Ma U Renderff Mae Perkins $7600; L. M. Spon- which people are Interested In ,
: f1CJENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE holtz. $56.00:; ; J. M. Whittemore, bers.The Legionnaires greatly appreciate the advancement of the Kingdom I '
contribution the of God through the combined j [
MODERATE PRICES $83.33; Eva Anderson. $69.67: the to I

DeWITT C. JONES Eunice Searing $72.83; Clara success these numbers.of the program made by forces that will of progress.all the Churches both In Splritu-1 is one I I' :, ti!I II II'

Starke Florida Flume, $20.00. ;

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Bradford I ROT RY-CLUa---1 CLYDE MULLADAYDIES Bus Bids TomorrowApril stnrke.; 8e<' as! Tp
County Telegraph j jt The taxes to be .,",|n ,
8 Is the last date on which by certificate Noi If. it1V32 dn,'
the School Board will receive bids : and 19H3: : )uHpe,, t I" "1 Iresent ';"

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class on bus routes in this county. Con- 19:1l: to unpaid J 31.! both tax.,.. ,, ,'r' I"""I4' ","
TO CLASSIFY R F. Clark was elected president has been received here of in I i ) j
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida I tracts will be awarded as soon lag. to $27.5: ?",''b1 JAI
of the Starke Rotary Club the death of Clyde Mullady of Susquehanna "SO: Com. 262'. n i
ttr RVAr ELL KATIteeretarr. thereafter as is "practical. of Broadway 4 | J I.1 1 VF I
.... for the beginning July 1 at Pa.. He will be remem- 105 110)1"' r
Florida Pre** A. year : ft. K 2-V! ft, iii 1 I",, n ku
I to '. 'In Stark.. ,-, ,-
a meeting of. new directors held bered by many residents of this Divisional Meeting I !t 2B2e E.: r1,4 I '
We 'must be alert to our opportunities. Other I I'
Citizens generally have grown Wednesday following the regular county having lived for many The Divisional Meeting of the The taxes. to be '''Id,,,, ",
are and some other towns we must admit make faster ed by certificate N,, ,,, ,: 'ode,
highly impatient with the administration luncheon. L. A. Davis was chosen years at Hampton where M* father Baptist W. M. U. will be held in : of 1832 and 1933 r r, .,1"", ;I :id II I.

gress than does Starke. Our growth is mildly satisfactoryof -, of criminal justice la vce-president, and J08. E. Wilson I 1 the late Rev. John Mullady, I I the Main Street Baptist Church ,. represent Ult: to 1939 unpaid both lax.Intllag .,', ,,.,:hrri '\
:- the "slow but sure" variety-but it 'is certainly not whatit i Iin Jacksonville on April 14. tu ($)15.91. \ '1111",
Florida. They speak of the law's and D. P. Carpenter were reelected I was pastor of the Christian ALSO One Lot oJ' i I. ,,,,
would be if we put forth the concerted effort that some secretary and treasurer respec- Church. 114 ft. N *B o by .:'in 1 ""I 11 'a9q I
delays, the high costs, useless bounded E by Sanders, '
Florida towns do whenever the opportunity arises to cincha technicalities, and the large nom tlvly. His death after a brief Illness D G.G.Beck Beck, an ResignsDow Instructor at 1 F1.by Hoyt St., Bee. 2S I .'tans e''\4

new industry or to grab off some lush new tourist attrac ber of reversals in criminal cases. The president-elect Is superintendent -: with a throat Infection, was even B. H. S. during the current year, ed The taxes to be sold "1, ,
by "vli
of the andWaleI' more tragic because It came onlya I certificate No- 't; t
tion. This criticism has tended to City Light few after the birth of their this week issued the following of 1931 and 1933 re"fll' ,,,''?" I
days '
Plant and has been of represent .
one ?
unpaid "iv, tar'
One of the principal reasons for our seeming indifference bring disrespect upon the law and the most enthusiastic and active first child to his bride of a year. statement: "I am appreciative of years 1930 to 193t( L.i,.. ,110",, rtelu" |
the courtesies extended to me amounting to $71.71
toward opportunity is simply the fact that "what is everybody's our courts and the public h as members of the Club. He has Mr. Mullady was a professional. while a teacher in the Bradford Said tax certificates ?' ,her,
loaned the problem in the lap of many successfully-completed Ro- attendant at the New York State subsequent 011'111.1", : ,,
. business is nobody's business." Our town has no High School. My business arrangements taxes. will ba sold I"!., '
'A I the Florida State Bar Assocla* tary projects to his credit, and Hospital for the Insane at Bing- : bidder at the court Vi1"1 a ;;
are such that I will '
< wealthy lesiured class. We are a community of small business !-j''I tlon with the question: "Why the members are looking forward hamton. After being chosen for not be able to serve as an instructor Starke 1939 at on 11 :00 the o'clu..k 2ht ,1\ Jr dour d1 I

:;' men, of moderate means, and the primary consideration don't you do something about it?" to a very profitable year under an Important post, he entered the :I In the system next year, so I A.Dated D. 1939.OFFICIAL this. the tet ,, ,I t,,t 1.1,oil

' each individual must of be his Accepting the challenge, the his guidance. training school conducted at the wish to. effective -
, of necessity, own private af- place my resignation ( SEAL) \ ,
Bar Association over a ,sixyearperiod The new Board of Directors Institution and specialized In the Clerk of Circuit Com 'rh"
' ; I at the close of the present i ''Urad'
' fairs. Most of civic-minded and what few minutes County. '
us are He Florida.
has been making a very elected by the entire club Is come work of caring for Inmates. year." I ", I

y we can spare away from the grim task of making a living, thorough and careful study of th prised as follows: L. A. Davis N. made a thorough study of mental \OTICI3, OF INTKVMON l'O'"p
II calling on the ablest cases and became unusually proficient i\ TIIK ('IIICI'IT roniT iv ANI) KOII "HI'KtlAI' Lkbls1,11):
we are glad to devote to any proposition: that might be for Sternberg Roy Mathews, R. F. the Foil lilt.tl>FOIII) C'Ol'.VI'V:: FOR lilt tITV 01. !1
legal minds /in the organization, Clark, Frank Robinson, and E. L. In his work with Kl.Ollllt V FLOtIl \| "TUNOTICE
the best interest of Starke and Bradford County. But, unfortunately 1 with a distinguished list of crlm- Williams. It is the first duty of specialists. and other members of NOTiOn TO DEFENDANT whom It 18 here l>> '"

i. these few scattered "spare minutes" are not I| inal lawyers both prosecutors the Board to select the new president the staff WILLIAM Plaintiff 13. ANDiCISON! )) undersigned. may will cone hat,," hat,

, enough in which to make the concerted effort necessary to : and defense -- in an atempt to from among their number. Besides his widow, Mr. MulladyIs NOHA PRITCHAIM vs ) )) Legislation request the for enactmen the ClFlorida '' if'q cj.

Id write a new criminal code for Plans survived by his mother and two ANDERSON ) at the .. 81.!
. 1. go places in this day of keen competition among rival munici- Florida. are being made for a large sisters Mrs James Sellers and Defendant. )) the 1939 Florida fc.l.ta.'K.' ...
delegation from the Club here 1
tq In The INanie at The State of viding an exclusive MiJLwhich
; ie palities. Weeks, or even months, of unceasing effort are The result of this effort will be attend the district meeting in St. Mrs. Carlton Putnam of Blng- Plurldn. (>reellnsl" the City of stark: mSft,

f often necessary to reach the desired goal in this game of big presented to the 1939 LegislatureIn Petersburg on April 23, 2 t, and hampton, N. Y. SON To: whose NORA residence PK1TCHARD and ANDER-address. sell usual dispose operation. of, of or It',abandon, ""nl..

',1' stakes. It is out of the question to expect an ordinary man, the form of a bill entitled: 25. I In unknown light requiringtherefor and' water plant, ,,,,
"Code of Criminal Procedure" You are hereby required to appearto an afnru.
' 0 : the bill of complaint filed herein. vote of at least three-fourth.
tied down by the demands of his own business to sacrifice
; The whole spirit of the code Is to BAPTISTS HAVE NEW MANAGERS against you on or before Monday total number of all the then qua
the 8th day. of May A. n. 1939. ed voter of Bald City, lit .
the time necessary to, follow one of these propositions simplify procedure. The framers regular. the
AT CONWAY CAFE It Is further ordered that this' City election held after
through to a successful conclusion.The believe that the one Issue in a LOYALTY WEEK order be published In the Bradford proval malorltYrofraths iranu,
criminal la I II County Telegraph n newspaper by the 1t1 r
the Innocence
case guilt or I '
I Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sanders, popular I published In said County of Bradford ell, and providing for ailvertlur
obvious answer to the problem, and one that many of the accused. Such a The "Loyalty Week" services : young couple who recently once each wek for tour consecutive of notice of all details >f the,

.u Florida towns have adopted, would be, of course, the forma- trial !is an effort to arrive at the which have been in progress at i decided! to make their home in Witness weeks.my hand and official seal of posed payment transaction of such Including plant m IMVdllOMH. ,

truth and not a forensic battle be the Starke Baptist Church this impressed this Rth, day of April A. 1>. IU.ID.: .
: tion of an active Chamber of Commerce and the employmentof I Starke after being favorably -
tween legal adversaries to see week, and in which the pastor of t (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas, City Council "? w, ,

a part time or full time secretary. But here the consideration which knows the most technicalities the church, the Rev. A. E. Light- stay with here the, are town now durln3'brit'f managIng a I I John CJerk; J.Circuit Henderson.Court, KSQ? (SEAI/i of Fly:Starko W. M, "''dl\.rd"<1' ,

. of expense rears its ugly head and the question naturally and loopholes. The only foot has been doing the preaching, the restaurant In connectionwith Solicitor for Plaintiff' 4-7 4t 5-5 ATTEST: Chairman.Carl John, ftj| ) 0..,
have resulted in fine enthusiasm
"'fl arises as to whether or not results produced by such a hope of the Bar Association !Is to Lacy Conwny's Service & Bus .NOTUK OP Htl.K' OP TAXCEnTIF'ICATES Ml Si
crowds each
give to Florida such a code, to evening. Services I
man would compensate for the remuneration involved in his the end that Justice may be served will continue through Sunday Station. I Notice( Is hereby given! that Anna

employment. It is the old question of the chicken and thknows e sure and speedy for all, and night, with the exception of Saturday Mr. Sanders came here several I;' written M. Hlanchard. request has that tax filed certificates with me.
connection with I
weeks In his
;') I that the criminal trials shall be and the following subjects ago. together. with all subsequen omitted -
egg, no one came first, and no one disposed of on their merits. are announced for the remainderof a producing company, to direct a or levied taxes held. by the !State

c whether the employment of a full-time or part time Chamber Some of the salient in the meeting. play for the Woman's Club. He be advertised bidder for and cash Hold. as' to provided the. highest by- "

,J1 of Commerce secretary would be justified until after i it.. the proposed code are: points((1)) the On Thursday night, "If A Man well liked that the town he decided and Its to people sever his so the Chapter LeKlslnture 18296 ,of upon the the 1937 following acts of -ll4"i

has been tried for a reasonable length of time. Much would preservation of constitutlo n a I Knoweth to do, and Doeth it Not." connection with the producers and described of Bradford real State estate of In Florida the County to-

I guarantees ((2) a harmless error On Friday night, a union meet- wit:
make his home in
depend, goes without saying the employment of that permanently
upon p
clause, which should substantiallyreduce ing, In which all denominational; SKV of NK'/i KJC. :3 I acres In SW n 5 4
' elusive Starke. "You can't appreciate Cor for Church Sec. 22 Tp. 6 g. K.
very person-"the right man. the groups will Join in worship, a
: number of reversals what a good town you have here 20 1 K., containing 37 Acres.

r.. One thing is certain: To make any kind of showing at I (3)( ) provision that the convictionfor special message to the young peo unless you had travelled around The by taxes certificate to be NOH.sold. are R and evidenced 75 of

all, a Chamber of Commerce in Bradford County will have to a lesser offense is not acquitalof ple of Starke, using a recent book as I have, and compared it with 1.21! and 1933 respectively. and represent NOW
title for the sermon subject thee unpaid taxes for
offense unless i
higher conviction |I years
be more than the dollarayear propositions that have been {, other towns, Mr. Sanders said. 1926 to IIH1.: both Inclusive, amount
pastor will "All lOW
stands ((4) right of the state, a speak on This. ) log to $'10.13. AS IYI
born here at intervals in the past and quietly buried within well as the defendant, to appeal and Heaven Too." I Business has been good since ALSO: All lllk 17, Town of Law-
the new managers took charge of teyV of Hy Set 23: Tp. 5 :S., K. 22
a the space of two or three weeks. No Chamber of Commerce, which will eliminate many of the Sunday, Easter Morning special : the restaurant and they expect to fJ.The $835 iELil
technicalities now employed by services have been arranged for taxes to be. sold are evidenced
' worthy of the name, can accomplish anything if the very shrewd lawyers to such good ad the Sunday school and preaching I build up their patronage by offering by 1M2! : certificate and 1SI33: respectively No,.. 228 and and 894 of l
the represent *
public good service and
men who comprise its life blood and whose ultimate benefitis vantage. In numerous other ways hour, and in addition to an Easter I, unpaid taxes for the years
ood food. 11131 to 19.19:\ both 'Inclusive' -1 1T
its only excuse for existence are willing to pay into its it will give us a code that In fair message, the choir will present I 'Deg to 1229.88.ALSO amount-

to the accused fair to the state, two special anthems, "As It Began .. : m-j of [Ilk 21, Town of
coffers only the niggardly sum of less than ten cents Lawtey. W of Ky. !Sec. 23
a lean costly, free as possible from to hewn; by Vincent, and *'The It 23 N. Tp. 6 S.

month. technicalities, and speedier in Ita Conqueror" by ,Combs. :' For Cafeteria Benefit The taxes to be sold are evidenced

One of those opportunities where a REAL Chamber of administration. At the evening. hour on Sunday, Food will be served all day I and by reneneiit| certificate, unpaid No. taxes 697 of for 1933 the llhi -+ i
Every honest, right the will 'I. Saturday for the benefit of the years 1 11132 to l 111:111.! : both Inclusive
pastor "Will We
thinking ,npeak on
4. Commerce might of worth will itself. The
prove soon present B. H. S. cafeteria in the store'' amounting to $142,20.Ar.so .
citizen every fair minded, sincere Know Each Other in Heaven ?" I Hair "LI.Hm. Gun's
j 1' : of Blk :S I Town of
1, present site of Camp Foster is to be turned into a gigantic attorney, should favor any move and John Powell will sing In connection building formerly occupied by F' wtev. W of Ky. gee 23 Tp. 5 8.I .

Naval Air Base to be established at Jacksonville, and a suit) designed to improve the efficiencyof with this theme "The | Marguerite's Shoppe on Call St. j I\ 1C.The 22H.taxes to be old are evidenc. Tier.'* value-pint I I" 4h. ",. "

our criminal procedure, reducecosts Holy City," The choir will :'; Chicken dinners will be 25c. "foot- i, ed by certificate Non 234 and 702i feature Marathon Tirel 1. New
able location for the present
will have be found elsewhere.
camp ; long" hot dogs lOc, chile 15c and !'i ( 1932 and 1933 respectively and 7ra d| 2. Dual Cord .1'....... I.
and insure speedier a special anthem at the
It is understood that justice.The evening I'| represent unpaid taxes for the 'r..tio.preof Cords; 4. Now I
as part of the trade, it is up to the city I Criminal Procedure Dill hour the great chorus "He Is pie 5c a ulice. Receipts will be years. 111.11: to 1939. both inclusive ..-.kld.

of Jacksonville to site for the One of and Risen" from used to pay the balance owed on i j umotinthiK to .17.61.
purchase a new camp. prepared recommended to the the cantata "The I the dishes I ALSO: Half Hlk 4 Town nf LawI Get this big. tire) value ot own ,

the locations under consideration is said to be Lake Brooklynnear Legislature of Florida by the Resurrection" by Mnnneq. The ment at the and cafeteria.hot water The equip-sale 122|I tey"t Vf of Ity. Sec 23 Tp. I 6; :S., R.The prlct Now'. 4... time" to tty I
Florida State Bar Association, public is heartily Invited to all of I taxes Chess ..d. for si by tht .
here. Should the be established in this vicinity will be until 10 m.PROGRAM to be sold are evidenced .... ... .
camp serves no special or selfish In the remaining services of the open p. hy certificate. Non 235 and 703 of tiro '.r, Como I I. iodq

Starke would be the nearest trade center: and would undoubt terest. It Is designed to advancethe week,, and to the services on Sun resent 11/33/ and unpaid 1933 respectively taxes for and rep

edly benefit greatly therefrom. If we now boasted the servicesof I welfare of the state as a day which begin at 11 o'clock and ing 19.11, ; to to $27.92.'li.lli. both Inclusive the, amount years BARGAIN PRICE(
whole and represents the highest 7:30: In the evening. IS !
a paid Chamber of Commerce secretary, he could seize 'h.MANY i ALSOniaa, Lot 9, Town of j
I type of legislation. It deserved ANNOUNCEDTentative ayF W f "y Ser 2:1:' Tp. 6 Law-I

upon this opportunity and devote his full time to pulling the the most careful, and sympatheticconsideration RENEWSUBSCRIPTIONS I *: The 1 tuxes to be sold are evldenc- 14.10-211 ((4.7J-1 (IJN58as j

necessary strings and impressing the right people with the of our legislators I| program for the formal of erl hv rerllllcNle. Nos. tax: and 708 $860 $596
I | 1932 and 19'I3: U
and considering the character and opening Gold Head ranch respectively and
advantages of building the new camp in this area. represent unpaid taxes for the year
ability of the men who make upI State Park near here on Saturday, I 1931 to 11.19.: both Inclusive., amounting
,. The local Club has been Following Is a list of Telegraph tn $2064. II.St-17) u.oo-ui 16.11-1
Rotary doing good promotional the 1939 Legislature I feel con April 15, Is as follows t

vork: since its organization here two years ago, but thereare I fident it will have. readers during who the paid month their of subscription March: Swimming races and :dedicationof I N'VVI/R ALSO\ S..c.:('or.w'12,,"r of Tp.w NK'/J 8 1M!N.of A R.NWVS of U T"KI/",F:&,1 21 of A '11 51195 14

many other phases to Rotary which cannot be neglected, Other states, confronted with a Dr. M B. Herlong, S. E. Sparks flag pole--10:30: a. m. to 1 p. m. Acres.C ?
j .
simillar problem have found it The taxes to be Hold .. I,
and a Rotary Club was never intended to take the place ofa necessary to discard useless Impractical Berry Johns. J. F. Klckliter. Fred I| 2:30.Barbecue lunch 1 o'clock to, SOO. by certificate Nos. 833 are, 336..vldenc.1 and Premium quality PopularFREE10POIN H ...1.1Id
Carlton Hugh Walters Mrs. Ethel : of 1931, 1933 and 1934 respectively -
Chamber of Commerce.As I statutes and establish and represent unpaid
Jones L. A. Canova, Ruth I Concert by Lake City for
High the
codes to fit the present Some years 1931 to 1939, both 'Inclusive -
said before, Sta ke'8 growth is "slow but sure. It day. E. W. Dlnklns. Johns & Waln- School band-2:30 to 3:30.: amounting to I29.2U. '

is only when we look about and see the wasted opportunitiesthat I sections to of 1828.our The present bill which code dateback will wright. T. J. McIntyre, T. T. Long Sonjrfest-3:30: to 4:30.: I fI '\I.JoIo fo: &: 'W Lot''n 100 NW ft (N'01'&uf S 'het by 400 20. BATTERY CHECK.UDrl" I

Mrs. Hulda Corpenlng, L. C. Preg- Dance with music by Starke Town or J.uwl..y Jof ny ''n .
we realize how much faster we might progress if a more l l be presented by the Bar AIIHocla-1 j 1:1.: 24. 25. 26 To II S. n. .9 tt gees ,
lion retains those features cots P. D. Reddish C. G. Priest, I Swlng! ters--7 p. m. to 11 o. m. I 1 The taxes. to" be sold''.are;:;; ;; U today end M JI;H
that .
t aggressive attitude were adopted in wooing new industriesand I F. B. Robinson Mrs. Lois Johns, I d by certificate. No. 725 of Id.nc-I yea complete TO-poisf OM are good while the bud .
other attractions.A and ob Mrs. J. II. CIlI 'MIss >OTI< K OK IMMM.M'\TIO\ and '?Kri "S'd.. taxes .
solete features are eliminated to Beverly Cady. I Fort T\X; U.U yearn both inclusive' year .Uip.ctlan-wllkti
B. C. Ounley, D. G. H. .. amounting to $.12.Ott. If
o give us a compact code Kelly, G Ornate Illll \< Id:" charge or obligation. J i
containingall ALSO: Corn.
NOTICK IS 157i ft r of
Alderman E. Lewis. Mrs L. R. H.n.nv IJIVKN. J Cor '
REMEDY MUST BE FOUND the procedural laws on the That Katie' Hell Wlmherlev holder .f flrond".y. &Ru1nyH NI on battery U past fixling-g ,
subject that the practitioner and Denmark, Joe Starling Mrs. S. ]!I na poitlon of Tax ('''rtl'h'ate' No. uf ft. IIoyt SL & 105 fl. Ns105 special offer en a ..* fxI Ie
Anyone attending the Monday meeting of the Bradford F. Morgan E. L. Williams Mrs. 1334. 'Issued the 5th, day of August W toM1 ft H 1nr. tt In heR ''n
the court will have all of the law ,\. I'. 112! has filed same. 'In ._ .
County Board of Public Instruction could not but be impressed on the subject In one act. M. C Sweeney, Mrs; Louise Snow- : office and has. made. application my for --------- --.. ,
den, J. E. Norman W. E. I a tax. deed *rt be 'Issued thereon I
( Bryant
with the seriousness of the situation occasioned by the Mrs. Ira Corn Mrs. Lizzie 1 Said certificate embrace* the fol- : FOR ALL FORMS: OF ) 11
Tomp- lowlnw described
continued absence of a large number of students in the lower Ordinarily I leave the matter o: king H. C. Kelly. R. A. Green County of Bradford pronerty State of In FlorIda the- I i GOOD I I I YEAt I ,MiIte

grades of school here. It is generally supposed that the I reviewing "movies" to those columnists Mrs. Dale Van Sickle Mrs. J. T. | 14W', to-wlt-', of :g!' \l'tl Section t Town ; '
who make a business ol Johnson, Mrs. Geo. F. Muller S. ship' 8 g. U. 22 .:? 40 Acres. more : INSURANCEPLEASE : rb
majority of these children have been allowed by their par or I".....
specializing In "
that R.
sort of
thing Johns Jr.. W. E. Rhoden. Mrs. j| The nxspKxment of the LOW COtT.7,
ents to stay at home for the purpose of picking strawberries. I but this week is wall my privilege M J. Green E. S. Thornton, Dr. I j, erty under the said certificate prop Issn-. PHONE 146 ell

Local school officials are genuinely distressed over the : to witness a picture that, to mj R. M. Faver F. M. Chaffln Mrs. 'I'. <>d ITnless wee' In said the name certificate' of. c l.shall, |;>ek he. I Save ot tto Sign .} Me Good lytirP rd

mind is so timely, BO inspIration. Ceo. B. Flynn A. F. Murrhee J. redeemed accordingto law : jibe hen
situation from a financial as well an sociological standpoint. : al, and so needed in this nation K. Shuford. Mrs.\ E. S. Bailey, M. .I sold property. described. thi>r"ln' will the he HAROLDC.WALLAgency ; Register Motor CJ heh
to the hlR-hi-st
The amount of school money received by a county from the to-day, that I feel I more than Justified D. Carter, Mrs. Grace Norman, W. I house. door on the bidder first at Mnn.thecourt ; ROAD SERVICE ,

state in any certain year i is based upon attendance records i in in calling !it to your attention. D. Faxon M. R. Judd O. J. And 'i'' day which'In Is the. th. .month,..t. duv. of"f May, 1939..., : I tret
I alAV u. .
that county during the previous! The county receivesso I refer to "Let Freedom Ring." en, J. H, Kolling L. IT. Morgan j 1 I Hated this tllh, day of April 1939 Agcy. Est Over 50 Years I Telephone 10:1: t
year. '
Where I saw the picture, the audience Mrs. Anna Baxter M. L. Thomp- (OPFlCMAI., 8KAL. A. .I. Thomas. U 01

much per pupil for each day that pupil is in, the school was asked to rise as the son. W. E. Grlffla, J. H. Moore M: i I Countv.Clerk of FlorIda Circuit Court of 4-7 Bradford 4t 4-2S -_. - J I :STARKE, nOR layVia

room. It is a case of "no attendance, no money." "National( Anthem" wan thrown L. Johns. I I rue

In recent weeks absences! at B. 11. S. have been on sucha on the screen and all urged to ylm
slntf. While all arose their vocal IN TIIM ( IHfl IT ('Ill Ic'r IV %Ml
wholesale scale that official far Patrolman Injured I| KOIt III HKOIIIl ('Ol'\o'r'.
one went so as to say "We effort was pitiful, due. probably d

will be ruined financially next year." Several remedies have to the tact that few knew the County patrolman Melvin McKinney NOTICK FI.onln'TO DEKKNDANT, ANNOUNCING t I l n
words. sustained a sprained ankle JESSIE UOLCHOZ ItROWN.
been suggested, each of them somewhat "drastic," but it is and minor cuts and bruises over I! Plaintiff, ) n

unanimously agreed that something must he done if schoolsare There Is no law in America that the body when the motorcycle he | )'AVO"(', nnow.v ', da
compels a citizen to stand when Defendant. ) The
to continue operating at their present high standard. It the "Star Spangled Banner" is was riding struck a dead cow on In The same of The State of Openingof
the edge of Road 13 three miles KlorMn. rireellnsrtTn "
is considered impractical to bring suits on a wholesale scaleto played, other than the dictates of north of Starke about 2:30: o'clock I : :MAYO C. HTIOW.V. shoat fief

force parents to comply with the law requiring attendanceof his own heart and conscience. Wednesday morning McKinney I I residence You' are and hereby address required. l N unknown to ap the |,Inc,

nut It is up to YOU and ME to was returning to Starke after' pear. to the hill of complaint filed r r '
children school. Two alternative
at suggestions have been "Let ; herein mralnvt you ni, or before M ,,
Freedom Ring" and keep it patroling Road 13 north of Law- | Monday the 8th day of
May A. n
either to give teachers contracts stipulating that they shall ringing. And a good way to start try, and when dimming his lightsto ; lUll It I I. further STARLEE BEAUTY SHOP .1e (

teach "only as long as their services are found necessary," Is to LEARN and give voice to puss a north-bound Times- he' published ordered In the that Bradford thisorder nUe

or to start the term o f. the Starke school on August 1 so that lur "National Anthem"--or must Union truck, struck the prone County In Telegraph,the' paid a County newspaper of Ilrad-publlxhed Hicom
we await the sting of the WI
rural children attending school here will be free in the springtime tor's lash and the concentration dicta body by of a a passing yearling automobile.previously killed The secutive ford one week each. week for four con Located line

to pick strawberries. Drastic? Yes. But strong ills camps to inspire our patriotism.See Witness my hand and official
Impact threw him from the"motorcycle seal l this' Bth., day of April A. D.

call for strong remedies and it cannot be denied that our thank "Let Cod Freedom Ring" with the resulting minor In, 1(OFFICIAL 93 9. SEA T.) A J. Thoma Next Door to Starke Hotel 'the mb!).
you are an AMERICAN juries. The machine not Clerk
a School Board is confronted with serious was damaged Circuit Court.
a very problem. John J. Henderon. ESQ. to
3I Xoll.-ltor for: Plaintiff t4t 8-5 Il1itAPtrn l
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