Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1934
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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V. D. C. Plants Tree ..1 Deputy Collector To Aid
Free Food Farmers Attend Loan AssociationTo VIVA Has Spent
More In The Memory Of New Deal Edition Citizens At Court House ,

Colonel W.. T. Weeks The Telegraph-urges each of To Make Tax Returns '

or CWA/ Workers County MeetingsTo Its readers carefully to read Be Permanent; Huge Sum Here;

An impressivewceremony took every advertisement in this New A deputy collector of internal r

place on the grounds of the Bap- Deal Booster edition. The business revenue will be In the court house "

Newest Order tist Church here Thursday morning Hear Program firms represented in our Official Explains here Wednesday, March 7. to assist Forces To Be Cut

S when the local chapter of the U. D. pages this week are making a taxpayers in making out their in- v, h E

C. planted a tree in memory of Col. bid for your business and it Is come tax returns for the year 1933. I Et

Commodities- Must Go To W. T. Weeks, distinguished Con- AU Are Eligible To ParticipateIn our belief that in order to rea- Hayes Resigns As Secretary, Succeeded This, announcement was made this Workers Have Received More ..o
from ,wee by J. Edwin Larson collectorof I
urplW6 lize the benefit
Relief Case federate War veteran and,pioneer Government's Crop greatest i I By Slbley-Surrency Than $100.000 Here-Many
Direct Internal
Only resident of Starke. Reduction President Roosevelt's recovery President revenue. To Be Dropped

I An interesting part of the program -- program, the money derived .M -
I today no surplua l com- I was a biographical sketch of Bradford County farmers have from the different governmental "Don't be discouraged at delays" To Labor, on Civil Works Administration -

Beginning being purchased by tha Colonel Weeks, written by Miss been busy this week signing up for agencies should be spent at Kenneth Murphy, of the Farm Legion Stage projects here ha received! t'r

Ddittes will be issued to per- Martha Brownlee and read by her the corn and hog: reduction program home. Credit Administration told a meetIng $103,868.90 up until Feb. 1, It was'announced

?overnment Civil Works Ad- at the ceremony. Dedication of and the plan la meeting with Five hundred' sample copies of of the Production Credit Asso- this week as orders ,

ns employed projects on it was an- the tree was made by Mrs. L. A. unexpected Interest according to this edition are being mailed ciation of Starke at the court Bouts Next Week were Issued from Washington to> Iii .I

ustration teas this week, which' added to our house begin catting forces. .
headquarters here. Davis. The closing prayer 1. T. Dyer county ageut. Wednesday night.It '
[ounced at regular subscription list, will '
The announcement followed re- made by Mra. E. K. Perryman. AU hog producers regardless of place the paper in practicallyevery was announced at this meeting Workers on Civil Works project Is .' u t

Marcus > their that beginning Monday the association Vaaco Have been paid $$93,66208 and
of a bulletin from past hog production now are home t m the county. Forsyth Win Fight Skeeter
elpt state director passing on an eligible for hog reduction payments will open an office In the Barwlck Good Preliminaries 50.206.3Z has gone to employees of .

Irdcr, sent to him by the Federal Church Conference under a new ruling on the 1934-35 building formerly occupied by E. the women's sawing. rooms which:

Belief AdmlnUtratlon. reduction contract, Mr. Dyer has M. Johns. An employee will be are' under, the FERA. These

1 mergency Evidently the government ex- been informed. However it Is nec- Johns AnnouncesFor there throughout the day to take Boxing fan throughout this part amount are exclusive of sums ,!r e

rte those employed on CWA : Will Be Held HereJacksonville essary that the work of signing up applications and give information : of the state are promised an Interesting spent for direct relief equipmentand

to be able to take care of I' farmers be completed within the It was stated. i card when Vasco Forsyth truck hire.
themselves by this time. next week. E. W. Hayes resigned aa secre- of Starke, meets Skeeter Barwick, Marcus C. Fagg, state administrator a

at the CWA office Committeemen met farmers at RepresentativeNative tary-treasurer and W. S. Slbley of the Lawtey CCC Camp in a ten- this week announced that '

Employees said that it was not District Methodist Hampton on Tuesday Brooker. formerly president of the association round main bout at the Armory demobilization of civil works ranks
ere today disposition would be To Meet Here April Wednesday Lawtey on Thursdayand was elected to,succeed him.A. here Tuesday night. in Florida at the rate of 9.50O .. ;

Rude Inown what the surplus commodities 19 And 20 at Starke today. They will Of Bradford Promise! To B. Surrency of Brooker was ,.Fight followers win :-emember'' week\ probably will start before tha 1

of. issued to direct again meet farmers at these sev- Promote Interests Of CountyIf elected president of the body. that the last time these two boys end of the month.

nleee theyy.were There are at praentlOO Starke has been chosen of the for Jacksonville the- eral places if the demand for sign- Elected: i After business was concluded met here a little difference in opinIon Officials in Washington Wednes i '.
cases. next annual meeting
of salt pork in storage of the ing up is found to be great enough. -, Mr. Murphy addressed the meeting, between them almost resulted day ordered the discontinuance of 7 y
District Conference
pounds Under the new ruling on hog Charley Johns young insurance I In a free-for-all with ?
only spectators
and since there are Rev. B. M. pointing out that the production work on all Federal projects not on, e.'
Lout direct relief cases left toItte Methodist Church week. reduction, all producers will be entitled salesman of Starke this week an- credit associations are organizedon joining the boxers in the ring. Federal property and directed va- 1u

250 it looks as if somebody Montgomery announced held this to reduction payments of $5 nounced that be would be a candi- a "permanent business basis" Forsyth will weigh In at 152 and rious departments' to reduce their I:.
be Thursday
L\) county to have plenty of bacon The meeting will 19 and'20. The per heat-.on a number of hogs equalto date In the June primaries for representative and are in no sense "relief agen- Barwick will tip the scales at 160. civil works forces from fiftynineto
going and Friday April
In next feW weeks. seventy-five per cent of their in thkrLeglslature from cies." An eight-round semi will be sixty per cent. It Is not known .

the that flour and programs will begin Thursday past average of market hog production Bradford Countj'*i that In Hastings fought between Vernon Rows, of yet whether this order will effect
also expected night and will continue throughout Explaining
Ler Is commodities will continue toe Friday., provided their Utter aver- C. C. Butler Baptist minister of I farmers have already received approximately Lawtey and Roy Brooker of the sanitation work and geodetic sur-

from time to time age and production of hogs for New River who represented Brad $100.000 in checks, Lawtey CCC Camp. Two good veys now being carried on in this ,ehM
received here It is expected that 150 people market ia reduced not less than
ford at the last session of the Leg- also .
preliminaries are county
number of dire .t.. relief Mr. Murphy said that the Hastingsassociation promised.The
fcut the will be here for Friday's program, cent. In cases
time twenty-five per islature, and Leon A. Gray principal first bout begins at 8:00:
f will be Increased by that will arrive was formed ,approximately ."It's going to be no small Job and
ayes and approximately forty where the little average is ,,less
of the high school here had o'clock.
Because of the retirement of someA a month before the Starke certainly no pleasant job to decide ,
Thursday night. Mr. Montgomerysays than four, this means that the contractblg previously announced their candidacy to'q '
to be the first 9,500
organization. which are,
workers. have
that the townspeople producer will have to reduce -
CWA employees believed t that kindly consented to give the visitors one litter in order to comply for the office., Delays in forwarding checks, he Heffner-Vinson Show go and which will be the last" Mr. 4

(he new order would not effect the places to stay Thursday night with the contract even though; this In a statement made Monday, said, are generally caused by In- Plays Here Next Week Fagg said i:1;:

lllstrlbutlon of wheat feed soon to and luncheon Friday. will constitute more than a twenty- Mr. Johns said: "I wish to an- complete or inaccurate data con- "My hope Is that'they' will permit '
for this nounce that I will be a candidatefor For In- our social service department !
in the applications.
arrive here. Applications has had a conferenceof five cent reduction from the lit tained .
Starke not
received.., per representative'I from Bradford he said a farmer offers a The Hefme.-Vinson show will be In the various counties of the state ,
have already been number of ter stance
kind In years
this a : average.To of County subject to the Democratic on crops grown on In Starke Monday night for a after careful study of the needs of 1
that lwill oe under the provision mortgage ''
considered come
and it is primary. June :5.. acres of land whereas It Is threenight'engagement.. It Is families ':and individuals, to determine ;x.;
beneficial advertisement for the the act, it Is necessary to take partin eighty
OfficialAttends a to that I runningas new and different and is ,which must be kepton ry
IDistrict for both corn "I wish say am found that he will plant one hun something persons .
visitors from allover the reduction plan '
town to have '
reduction of the people's candidate for this dred acres to crops during the said to have as much talent as any for the longest period of time.. 1
the here. and hogs. For corn a
district day
this spend cent of office and solicit i the support of i It is then necessary to hold show of Its kind on the road. Mr/Fagg said he would seek to
from twenty to thirty per year.
and child of Jlmmle Heffner the comedian Is have this procedure approved so
the every man and woman the loan until the entire crop Is ,
Meeting Boards Pay Bills two the average and acreage the disposition past of Bradford County, 1 I am not an- Included up In the apllcatlon. known fram; Miami to Cincinnati. I that the persons most In need of

yearn nouncing special platform, but Ha to featured with Mills Beatrice the work would not be included In :
". Routine this land left to the governmentwith often be aald, it has been
At Meetings will support the schools of Brad- Very LeRoy the popular leading lady. those laid off in the earlier partof
_. the hope that it will be planted found that farmers have given
nomona Club Elect Delegates ford County and the State of Flor- They are supported by a cast offortyfive the demobilization ,
soil im in past
other years
to crotolarla or chattel mortgages
To District Meeting; Tse City Council of the City ol ida, and it Is my desire to see the failed to talented players. The national Congress has passed h
land will be but
Gray Speaks Starke Florida met In regular see proving crops. .:The; teachers of these schools draw and paid them up. This I-Ieffner.Vlnaon Players boast of a bill appropriated $950,000,000
and of record.
sion Feb. 6, 1934. with the followIng rented by the government their pay from Tallahassee the have them cancelled the beat vaudeville they have ever to continue the CWA and FKRA. 1

Mrs. H. L. Gray of Lake City members present: W. L. Wall, taken out of corn production. Pay same as other state employees."I causes a delay until all past mort- had Including such well-known programs Into May but personal

sectional vice-president of Section O. L. Beasley, P. M. Barefoot, T.. will be thirty cents per bushel of am a Bradford County boy gages are satisfied of record. artists as the three Fox Sisters, under the two programs are to be "

3, was honor guest at the Woman'sClub I N.. Kendrick W. M. Edwards.The the average crop raised on the cut and was educated in the public "If we do nothing more than singer and tap dancers; Josephine mustered Into '"private life" again

meeting here Wednesday afternoon following bills were ordered land. A twenty-five per cent schools of this county and have have these mortgages satisfied of Royster blues singer; Dick and as the big program in which 9 .000) E

Feb. 14. She made an instructive paid: for hogs marketed is the other necessary this the welfare of the people of Brad record we will have done the farmers Dolly Lewis; George Junkin, the persons were employed In Florida. { '

talk In which she stressed W. W. Balsden. feeding and step and those doing ford County at heart. All matters a service: ," be said. banjo playing "fool"; Dick and Jo, Is brought gradually to completion ? d
head for
the study of parliamentary law;, caring for prisoners____$ 20.78: will be paid $5 per which selL pertaining to the best Interests and Te minimum requirements for a the radio boy and girl; Miss Betty '
representation of State Federation Mayor W. E. Mlddleton 14 remaining hogs rate of $2 I welfare of Bradford County will loan he said are that the farmer Noble an acrobatic dancer who
meetings and departmental study arrests ________________ 14.OC This will be paid at $1 on No be supported at Tallahassee* if I give a mortgage on all of his crops, comes to you direct from the Alcazar Larson PlatformTo ,L
departmental as soon as practicable stock and his farm im at Miami and others, Including
aside from regular A. L. Alvarez salary for 1. am elected your representative. his work many
programs Mrs. Gray also asked January and :B arrests__ 80.OC vember 1'% and 2 the on February and the, plements. The credit corporation,, a beautiful and fast stepping

that reports of current events of W. E., Thornton Salary for, 1935. From both will be corn deducted the Eddie Cantor's Latest he said, does not expect to take chorus Aid Teachersl

club work be given at each regular ,January and 10 arrests. 70.OC hog payments real estate, mortgages. Dick Royster and his Carolinians

meeting.At R. C. Buford fire chief__., 4.OC will expenses have to been which put the to take government care of Plays Rib :Next Week The mortgages on the work a seven-piece stage band han l

this time delegates to the annual Merrill McMillan, fireman.. 2.0C applications.The stock and farm Implements he explained ,outstanding feature with the Coach In School Here To Ron For

Federation meeting to be heldIn Calvin Johns fireman___ 2.OC Secretary of Agriculturealso Hundreds of Eddie* Cantor fans will prevent othet. credit. show. Representative From Clay X11

Tallahassee March 20 to 24 were J. D. Griff, fireman.____ 2.OC has authorized a new regulation aril flock to the Rite Theatre here ors from seizing them and thereby The opening play Monday "nllhtII County

elected. The following were chosen:: W. R. Tatum. fireman....__ 2.OC producers to butch Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursdayof prevent the cutting off of the "Don't Lie to Your Wife. It r

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Mrs. H. Austin Winkler fireman...' 2.OC permitting and n-xt week to see their idol in his means which the farmer has to Is chuck full of action and comedy football coach and
of their own raising C. W. Larson ,
er hogs
B. McLendon with Mrs. T. J. Griffin A. E. Wall, Jr., flreman____ 2.OC sell or exchange up to 300 pounds newest motion picture "Roman work his crops and thus payoff ,. with Jlmmle Heffner at his beat in teacher In the Bradford County

and Mrs. W. B Parks as alternates J. 1.. Peek Jr., fireman____ 2.OC of products from them in any one Scandals." The management of the the production credit loan. the comedy role. High School here recently announced ''

James Lewis fireman._.... 2.0( to rUt announces that this Is the Credit candidate for ,
marketing year without having He said the Production STARKE 1NDEPEND8 DEFEAT himself as representative
Prof. L. A. Gray of Bradford Junior McDonald, fireman_ 2..OC paythe.processing:; tax. providedthe only time this picture will be shown Association has sold debentures to JACKSONVILLE GIRLS' TEAM from Clay County. K'
addressed the Nick Thomas 1 night special A In this part of the state and few low Crescent of r,
at .
County High School amount of products Bold or ex the investing public a very The Clay County
____ __.__ &2.OC will want to mlas; this -
of police duty : opportunity communication --
club members on the subject changed in that marketing year j' rate' of Interest and has ample The Starke Independents de'eat. Feb. 9 contained a ;./
""Education." J.. M. Mitchell light bulbs does not exceed 1,000 pounds. When of seeing it. funds which It is anxious to lend from Mr. Larson in which he set ,:I.
______________ 5.64 &itaie Kt- ed the' Shamrock, girls' team of ,
etc. ___ Is supported by Ruth
Miss Anita Courtmanch, accompanied the volume of bog products so sold to farmers in order to carry on the Jacksonville :55-23, In a game forth a brief sketch of his platform. ''1'1'i t '

by her mother. Mra. :J.. H. Board of County Commis or exchanged exceeds 1,000 pounds Lug: probably the most popula- business for which it was created.He played In Jacksonville Thursday as follows: "it

Courtmanch favored the audience the producer loses his exemption.' feminine singer of IIf'n/:1/ In the '. said that in the put farmers night of last week. "In making the race for representative ...

with a violin solo 'The Spring forjailan Hog producers also are exemptfrom country David Manners, GIG"J'1.I' have been used to securing their The Starke boy evidently got from Clay County I am j: I

Song (Mendelssohn. ), Miss Court- 2.OCO. the tax on the slaughter of Stuart and the Goldwyn loans largely through personal contact used to the girls' rules and mail: a mindful of the problem which will ': '
councilman. Eddie
manch also' read biographical P. M. Barefoot Hope-eyed as a C'l"alhtnJ:: I IchlU't.teer. Federal Interme- next session I am l':
a live hogs by or for the producer but that the did come before the
better than
councilman_ 2.OC much showing they
sketch of Mendelssohn. L. Beasley, for consumption by his family em- burns up Rome under diate Credit ]Bank which must ap which Interested In better schools for our l''
In the first they
2 OC I game
As new officers to be electedIn T. N. Kendrick councilman. his owu horsepower. Throwing the i after and conditional <
are or household. the loan applications children Improved '
ployees prove
councilman..'' 2.OC I dropped to the Shamrocks wile a
W. M. Edwards "Tha Kid Front
bull In Spain' was :
March the following were ap- they have been passed by the loan rather one-sided score. for our teachers.' I pledge to you ... l i
pointed on the nominating committee Floyd Green city attorney, nothing compared with his efforts I II. committee of the local association, all 1 best efforts should I b*- : ,
And Mrs. Crosby > my
: Mrs. A. Z. Adkina Mrs.D. months .__-___.._ 40C I Mr. in this picture to keep the cll.rloI I must have'complete data and conduct The line-up for Starke was:. Miner nominated and elected. In behalf"oC' ''',
Carl Johns, salary for Jan.. 60.OC from him.: Manassa Jones, forwards;; <
Celebrate throwing !
O. L. Anniversary ; ;
p. Carpenter and :MM. all its operations upon a our schools. I feel you will agree }
Haynes. II. L. Brownlee, bond trus._ 1.SC Laughs lions legions love:,. ladies business basis. Redgrave, Wainwright, and Smith with me that our future cltUeo )rare '

R. J. Davis, bond trus..___, LSC, and lilting lyrics all to strictly guards "a, t e
Mrs. Robert endorsed co of twill
M. Shearer was bond trus__ 1.50 Last Sunday, Feb. 11, Mr. and When the loan I. approved by our school children today
D. A. Montleth Roman for
as candidate for presidentof a holiday screen the for nine month school ;
Mrs. Philip A. Crosby lifelongresidents the intermediate credit bank ALACIIITA LEGISLATOR HERE work a
Florida State' Federation, sub- Quigley Davis lumber u 'and supplies .________ 7.01 of Bradford County celebrated Showing at the Rita Sunday and i money become available to the applicant Burton H. Rawles, representative term V
Ject to election at state meeting In school.' I-feel that '
__ 3.K their golden wedding anniversary and la disbursed on a to the Legislature from Ala. the junior high ; .1'
Brad. Hdw. Co., supplies Monday is Ann Harding In "Gal- .
March. should be given -
reunion at basis. more time study
with a family '- "budget chua County was visiting here
:Jr. repairIng
: Andrews .
The hostesses for the afternoon the of tnt Lady. one point which baa to our school conditions. I believe ({\
Ford truck__ __ 8.40Gulf their farm home near village Clearing up Wednesday afternoon. He Is authorof
Mesdames Burn. Crews Knightand "" been somewhat Indefinite in 'he that part of our gasoline tax ,
Co. and Brooker.Mr. a bill passed by the last Legislature -
Mlle Lucille Mitchell served a oil* for 3 months,gas___- .193.19- : and Mrs. Crosby are the par- '''A large truck loaded with oranges minds.of; the local farmers Mr. to stop the transportation of should go to the schools In addition I"r>

delicious salad course with hot tea 3. tire ents of fourteen living, children fire and Murphy said the bank will accept gasoline from other states Into to tbe license: tag money. //if.
Freeman Register on ,
caught was com-
during the social hour.' must ,"1 will not connect myself should
and four endorsements but .
and tube for Ford truck.. 27.20 fifty-three grandchildren pletely destroyed about three miles personal Florida In auxiliary tanks on motor ''J'
of statement from the I be successful with any particular
Twelve have financial '
great-grandchildren. vehicles. The Mil provide that ;
Mrs. Alice Sheppard, Inter- north of town early Wednesday .
bond due Jan 1_ 30.00 the children were with them'on applicant and the endorser. any officer may arrest a violator group or faction or private ;.
The local Boy Scout Troop will eat on night. It Is believed that the lire *. 'I will work for what I believeto '"
due this occasion. with or without a warrant, and If '
held J, J. Jones, 3 coupons started from defective wiring.
its :
regular weekly meeting Interests of Clay
wu. MISSION IIALLTuesday' be for the
90.00H. Dinner spread on a large enforced, would mean considerable
Friday night at 7:3O o'clock at the .Jan.R. Strlngfollow. rent of out-door table in the spacious yardof SERVICES HERE: night a group of little extra revenue for the state and County. a whole. ,I am opposed J1

court boys house. A large number of transit for CWA..___ 15.00 the old family home and was The Rev George H.' WUg will girl contributed two special BODI'Swhich would be of material benefit to all to a no-fence law and will work o
were at the Methodist Church shall work
all served In'' the old-fashioned style was greatly appreciated station and .vendors keep the open range.
Clerk''' Instructed' to notify conduct services.Friday. Saturdayand : filling operators ; '
Saturday afternoon to listen to for Stat 't
The 'study' on Nebuchadnezzar'sdream and do everything I can :4
and electrician that they with Mr.'and; Mrs. Crosby presid Sunday night at 7:3O o'clockon of &&8OUn.. Mr. Rawlea stated
President plumber
Roosevelt' address InauguraUnl' feel that this Is I a
68. I
unu.euallntere.t Road No.
called forth ,
must comply with city ordinance lag When the guests were assembled Call Street. Friday service will : i that he had made no decision u E+
Week. National Boy Scout with reference to qualifying to do pictures were made of the various be illustrated by lantern slide. question and answer Next week I to whether or not he would offer very ,important road for ClayCounty. j

and electrical wiring. group After dinner,other I the subject win bt, "Ha God CastOff for re-election. "' .1

plumbing Kendrick were made of the parentsand Israel.See the olive tree on S -- ,"I am opposed to an Increase In
GROWERS TO MEETA Motion made by T. N. pictures II. BIRTHSMr. ,j jJ
for members of the .immediate, the ,blackboard. Tulli Norman CARD OF THANKSWe gasoline tax and will do everythingI
of Bradford County that city pay for license tags .- and Mr Frank M. Crew., l n
meeting the -
and of singer from Hell- wish to thank our friend for I can to direct part of the present ,
GroweAssociation will be A. L'Alvare and W. E.Thornton, family. Lawtey, boy.J'eb.. 10. group 0/11'
ia Church, will. assist In the all the kindness they have shown revenue Into the 'general school
to arrive early bran
Guests began
hetd. 1934. Motion was sea Mr. and Mrs F.R. Masters Middleburg "
Thursday 23 attae' for year '
IlightFeb ended and canled.The .' tie' day. Member of the family boy Feb 10.Onethird ., mU8lc.' I u* sine the lees of our home.Harry fund to be distributed back ta'theiountiu ,
J XL.'nflus ?p Asl.ytkn of sad I H, Lewis and ,family. on the bash*'of'the teacher t
ottilie.., matter 'of baring furniture gathered round UM piano spent ; 1
win andother tab'pIa, important' ,business and fixture-4)C"tJI.. old city ban the morning smfmf. old-=.stags and of the world' supply l lof ,MIIfJl..warm. FO8TM. 8TZRLg I _jf* 7 i i *> !' unit plan or IIOm"'tal..j"1equ" "' ,I.tUW s' .. '#' -
W t"
e. Mrau Annie PettiV, formerrestdent i .,teach parrot to talk keep able plan.
and worked bver-wa" discussed hymn as had 1MJea UM cvatom IatiJIMII.pMt. apple.1s' grown IntJMi11J.* .
repaired Starke the bud In byu Itself and -S_' i 'i i < 11
'"h! <*. of has been appointed a room: _
favorable State
Broken and,:: coUeeteci over' a and the'fcouncd : ::> covered three side dosot llteam'cannot be seen, for it lam ;
afternoon relative acting poetmastor for Alacnua according tt or< on ; :pi'E _
periOd of in'this snatttr.' Daring the many > *) ;,
material twenty yers. forms I buafnaa and friend caned and UM Overcrowded apple orchard may to an. artouncenuat. Wedoaday talk V*the bled ***ept-t yer etaw aaraftrr wtmr It-0oiBr tutor (1
cC, a'waeda1D& IRottaat .'There being; no flll'tberu. and contact with air. however. It coa8r i
........ UU- nest time wa* pleasantly a p.nr vUittng be Improved by cutting out,every Postmaster.General Far-I simple phrase over over '
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Starke In knows that Brooks County MISS PEARL MANNING, Proprietress
Admirably located in body :

the heart of the business section meat products are the world's best Buy in the Cities of Starke and LawteyThe This is the most up to date and date and modern place to do
,4 and are known for goodness. .By popular Beauty Shoppe In this partof work. her
and is of the most popular gro-
reason of fair dealings with he the state and the ladles of this I She specializes In all
cery concerns in the county. Open public their patronage bas In- community have come to realize beauty culture, such as phases of

4 ed here only two years ago this creased until today' The Store is Telegraph believes that for Bradford County to realize the greatest benefits from. that nowhere can they secure the, waving facials, shampoos perll18nent, fine
J firm baa made wonderful strides visited by hundreds, not only from the services of an expert beautician to ger waving and all tin.
and the management and proprietors Starke but from the surrounding President Koosevelt's Recovery Program It is necessary that the money derived from compare with Miss Pearl Manning.I- beauty culture work.other She forms of

-- are to be congratulated fur territory. When in need of groceries -' higher wages, increased value of farm products, and pay checks of those who have been put the best in toilet Uses Only
made and for allied products She was formerly connected with preparations and
showing feed
the seed
the splendid admirable manner in which you can, do,no better or than to visit to work to be kept in circulation at home. The way to do this is by trading with local merchants the City Barber Shop and Beauty I Her her work Is always satisfactory

; the stire Is operated. this popular store, be convincedand and business houses. The proper way to induce local people to trade at home is by I Parlor, but last July she opened ladles prices of this ere reasonable and the

The store is under the capable see the products they offer in fill the: up her own Shoppe In Starke. She I better than to community can do no ,
acquainting them with the services rendered by local concerns and their ability to entrust their
management of Mr. N. F. Glulford, abundance. We compliment the i is an expert and reliable operator, to the beauty
who came to Starke two years ago manager Mr. Guilford, for policies needs of the people of Bradford County and this trading territory. That is the purpose of; has had long and varied experience I known problems and reliable care of this weU

a from splendid Georgia.citizen and and he has worthwhile made us nee adopted Stores and many predict more for the years Suwa-of this page of advertisements of local firms. Read them and you will realize that they deserve in the this beauty line parlor of work business and knows from'! citizen Miss of Pearl Starke Manning beautician is a native '

business man. He Insists that success and prosperity.Mr. your patronage and can fulfill your wants. A to Z. and reared here, having Is been born
about tile store be in Guilford la one of Starke's polite courte.
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everything Is Miss Manning has her shop artistically ous, la very prominent socially
most modern business men as
the popular young
accordance with
and decorated has all the well as in business and it i is
esteemed polite
sanita- everywhere a
assured the courteous treatment of patrons and necessary machines for the execu- pleasure to give her honorable i
tion. He has thus
this tion of her work and is to be complimented mention In this Business Booster of''
that products from through his efforts organiza
_. public the Suwanee grocery Store are pure and tion's sales has grown rapidly. It concern that the whole countyis Hardware, Farm Supplies Paints furthermore you save the extra for having such an up to Starke and Bradford County. '
wholesome. They have Just received Is a pleasure to include them In proud of is the Bradford Hard- and Oils, Radios Wire Fencing In cost of transportation charges.

this week a truck load of this New Deal Booster Edition ando ware Company who opened their fact everything that you would expect We say again, patronize home WALL

the Famous Brooks County Hams, : laud them for their public spirIted doors for business in Starke Just to find In a- high class storeof town merchants on every occasion HAROLD INS. I
shoulders and side meat, and every- policies. two years ago and the writer of this kind. that Is possible. Remember they
this cacre- loins with the Bradford If you call in person or drop carry a stock for your convenience GENERAL AN
County Telegraph In compliment- them a line telling them just what they pay rent, taxes, bank and helpin
. J. H. Denmark Furniture Co. log them for the splendid showing you want you will receive a cour- the support of city and county, In Starke and Is one of the most chased Insurance at his office are

they have, .made In this short time. teous response at all times. In churches, schools, etc., and every prominent underwriters in this partof enthusiastic for the commendable

"\OU CAN DO BETTER AT DENMARK'S." The storo Is under capable man- visiting this store you are at once nickel that you spend with them the state, offering not only large policy which has ever been Increa

Furniture e tab- The firm wields a tremendous agership of Mr. J. B. Carlisle who Impressed with a metropolitan air stays at home, and has the oppor- and small companies, but a service Ing his patronage. Any one will do
1 This well known in the large furniture came to Starke from Ocala, and It of cheerfulness, due to the very affable tunity of being circulated among that Is both magnanimous and well to consult him and learn his

II jhment opened In Starke for bus buying markets power and secures concessions Is a pleasure for us to say that by manner In which the manage- us all again, money you send away metropolitan.Mr. advantages and rates.

ross! about four years ago, and bus which could not otherwise be obtained his doing so,' Bradford County ment and assistants approach you. from home never comes back it Is Wall represents! !some of the This office sells Fire, Tornado

- made wonderful strides to the front and their patrons reap the gained another worthwhile citizen Why order your hardware from gone forever.It largest, strongest and most pop"- Steam, Boiler, Plate Glass Auto,
ever since. It was with the idea of benefit of these savings. and business man.We have found distant mall order houses when Is a pleasure to the Bradford lar companies In the country. He Accident, Surety Bonds, Health,
furnishing the people of this community Service Is a watchword with this Mr. Carlisle to be very courteousand you have a store like this one right County Booster Edition to Include Is an Insurance expert and enjoysa Life and all other forms of insurance

Quality Furniture at reasonable firm and It has been responsible In attentive, a man with a most: here in our midst? You know that the Bradford Hardware Companyand large patronage but the unusual that pertain to the conductof

_ prices that this concern I a large measure for the phenomenal pleasing personality and a man in ordering from catalogs often to laud them for their public success that he has achieved Is due an up to date agency.Mr. .
1.' opened its doors to the public here growth In their bualnesa. who will treat you fair and squareon substitutions are made. This is not spirited policies, and we wish for In a large measure to the fact that Harold C. Wall has an en.

i3 and they are well deserving of I Mr. P. a. Denmark under whose any business deal you may have Vie case when you trade with your Mr. Carlisle and his firm many be appreciates the value and necessity viable record of service, having

comm<}ndable mention In this Business -'direction the firm is operated, with him. This firm carries a home town merchant, for you see more years of continued success of real service in the busi been estaolished for many years
-a; Booster Edition. i while only a resident of Starke for complete line of Builders' Supplies exactly what you are getting, and and prosperity. ness.! He Is at all times at the and in this review of Starke and

The J. H. Denmark Furniture about one year yet has won for service of his patrons, willing and Bradford County we are glad to
'himself and his firm the admiration anxious to give any information' compliment him upon his standing
Is truly a prominent
4 house Company and one of the features of and good will of the people BROWNLEE BROTHERSII. and without obligation to any one. I' In the business and professional

the commercial and home life of throughout this section. He and Courtesy and accommodation world and to refer his establish
". the community. It la under the his assistants are courteous and LAND J. M. BROWNLEE, Proprietors have been the by-words of his' ment to the people of this commu.

expert and capable management of accommodating and it Is a pleasure .This la one of the best known and 'keep posted on ,market conditions friendship and patronage "of the clients progress who and have consulted the numbers and of nity consideration.as one worthy of the fullest

Mr. P. S. Denmark Manager, who to highly recommend The J. H. reliable concerns in this section of throughout the marketing centers people of Bradford and adjoining pur-- -
is thoroughly familiar with every Denmark Furniture Company to of the country and such is of great countlec. Mr. H I.. Brownlee 18
detail of the furniture business and I anyone desiring the best in high the country and it is everywhere benefit to the grower. It mattersnot member of the Board of Bond Sternberg's Department I

he has a personal consideration for grade furniture. Remember they esteemed for their polite business whether you go to them in person Trustees of the city and In connection Store

every patron. sell for Cash or Terms. methods and stralghtford dealings call over telephone or wire with his brother, Mr. J. M. -- -
i ---- with the people.' Conveniently located in Starke ious to "Do His Part" in move.
them you receive a courteous response BrownIes this firm Is a great asset any
_ They buy and bell strawberries at all times. They also car- to the business Interest ri:: tfla and Is considered one of the leading ment for the better welfare of |
Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co. I pay the highest cash market priceat ry a large stock of fruit and vege- c immunity.: concerns of its kind in this section, Starke and Bradford County.Sternberg's .
was established about twenty years Is stocked with thelatest'ln |
all times and growers have long table packages, seeds fertilizers
There is
no one concern more
Admirably located in an attrac- with a four per cent caustic solution since learned that they can get etc., and are themselves growersof ago and since Its opening for busi- dry goods, notions, millinery .
tive and to date modern brick heated to a temperature of from this firm as good if not better strawberries corn, beans, toma- wor thy of extended mention lu this ness here It has grown in volume men's and ladles' wear, chil
up 140 degrees until the bottle Is filled prices for their berries than they totes. etc., and in this they do quitean Business Booster than they! are of business year after year. dren's wear, all of the better class
i building Is one of our most flour- crowned and ready for the can secure elsewhere. The firm is extensive business. They take an active interest In all Offering the right kind of merchandise merchandise.

ishing and worthwhile Industries. trade. This Is an automatic device composed of Messrs. H. L. and J. Both these people are possessedof forward looking movement fcr the this store attracts trade Keeping pace with the times, Mr. ,
This concern is under capable nmnngeraent the bottle not being touched by human M. Brownlee, who are well known a pleasant personality and have better welfare of Starke and Brad 'I from all the surrounding territoryand Sternberg is now having the front
t of Mr. J. L. Silcox, a native hands during the entire proc- throughout this section. They long ago won the admiration, ford County. i in this day of ramification and of his store remodeled in order that
i.; of Bradford County, who baa ess of washing, sterllzlng. filling with conditions on the up trend, it he may make still better showingof
been connected with this firm and crowning.. Mr. Silcox and his is pleasing to note that we have merchandise to the public. The '

fourteen years. About ten years concern help In. the support of J. W. WHITE & SON right here In our midst a store that service at Sternberg's is depend.

ago he was appointed manager Bradford County Institutions, they we can recommend to the stranger able, you get value received and
A and has served faithfully in this bank, taxes and are willing to as well as local people.It courteous treatment when trading j
One of the business con- of the citizens and businessmen
pioneer leading every customer who enters his is under the able
capacity ever since. do their part on any movementthat cerns still doing business in Brad- of our county, a man who is store Is accorded a hearty welcome. "Nat" Sternberg who la well of there, and past experience baa
.. In a short conversation with Mr. rebounds for the common goodof ford County Is J._W. White & Son known to all and numbers his It matters not whether it Is a small to the people of this known taught you that they are person.
Silcox this week, the writer wasp the county. They cover a large community, ally interested In you and your
which is considered of the most
one friends by the hundreds, and a man purchase or a truck load you are is of '
; Impressed with his pleasing personality trade territory, Including Bradford, In this who Is to in pleasant personality, is cour- welfare, and it Is a pleasure to
popular grocery concerns ever ready co-operate accorded the same kind of cour- teous
and wtdo-awake business Union and part of Clay County accommodating, takes active highly recommend this store to the
any forward movement for the bet- teous and polite service.It .
ideas, and will say that he Is one making daily truck deliveries to Established In 1896, by the lateJ. ter welfare of our city and county. is a. pleasure to have this pop interest and In the uplift who Is of our community people and to say that It la a creditto

4-. man that can be counted on to do both large and small dealers.It W. White, this concern has This firm carries a most complete ular and well known concern listed one ever anx- the city and county.

his share on any progressive move- Is a pleasure to include '' steadily grown, and has won the stock of fancy and staple groceries, among those who are ever pulling

: ment made for the better.welfare the Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co. good will ano: confidence of the seeds, feed, etc., and sell at prices for the upbuilding of Starke and I-A. H. GREEN I
1 of our section. This Is a most mod- In this New Deal Booster Edition, I people by their straightforward as low as any chain organizationin Bradford County, and In this Boos-

ern bottling plant, every bottle Is and to congratulate Mr. Silcox for business .dealings, and by their the country. Ever since the establishment ter Edition of the onward progressof This is
sterllzed, being fed onto the large the admirable manner in which the 'every endeavor to servo the public of this business, thirty- our community. We wish to one of the outstandingretail ality are very courteous and accommodating

conveyors leading into the sterllzer business is conducted. with the very best quality merchandise eight years ago, it has been the compliment Mr. O. W. White own- grocery concerns of Starke and people have
----- at always "Live and let ,policy to render patrons the very er of this concern for the splendid and they carry a full and completeline come to know that they can get

live" prices. This concern Is now best of service. Mr. White per- showing he has made in the business of staple and fancy groceriesof from this firm high quality merchandise -
Furniture Co.
t Starke Hdw. & operated by Mr. O. W. White one sonally sees to it that each and world. the better brands and also hlo-h- price. at the. most reasonable

P OASSETT Manager quality fresh meats. The place Is Mr. Green buys hundreds of dollars
clean and
4 Among the live wire concerns In Tills firm has become so much a GULF REFINING COMPANY is in every sanitary way an throughout up to date and and In native meats and country

__ / Starke is that of this well known part of the every day life of the progressive concern. produce each year and thus benefits
k which established of this community that they the farmers throughout this
and popular firm was people E. C. PRIEST. DistributorIn Mr. A. H. Green, the
proprietor, section ,
& six They cater have come to regard It as a matterof aa they are able to dispose
to the needs years of the ago.people of the course and when In need of any- Starke and Is one of the most ing business, is of pleasing personality auto, truck'tractor, machine shop opened this store to the public to advantage, their products for
) wide-awake and Whole- Is in his about nine years ago and has built
,city and country trade, carry a thing carried by this concern, they progressive straightforward or factory.The He is a native citizen of
comprehensive line of Farmers' most Invariably think of their sale Gasoline and Oil Distributing dealings and he and his family equipment of the firm's stations for himself and his establishmentthe Bradford County always takes an

supplies Hardware, Furniture, field, needs and these people at the same stations In the state supplies a have won the admiration and represents an enormous expenditure good will and admiration of active interest In the upbuilding of
-t I large territory and has long since friendship of all who know them. and was made with the the housewives of the city and surrounding this community and In this business
and Garden Seeds. Seed Peanuts : time.Mr. been known in Bradford and adjoining Thla firm has equipped Its busi- view of rendering their patrons neighborhood. He is assisted review of Starke and the
'. Stoves Ranges and a general line P. Gaasett Is pleasant per- counties. By reason of satisfactory ness with the necessary conven- service unexcelled. in his business by his son- county, it is a pleasure to highly
!> of everything to supply the Farmer" sonality is popular with the tradeall service they are rapidly iences for serving the public, a fleet We compliment Mr. Priest and in-law, Mr. W. M. Wimberley who recommend his establishment to

2 needs of this kind. Mr. P. over this section, Is very accommodating expanding and merit your supportand of motor trucks daily cover the The Gulf Refining Co. for the man- bas had long and varied experience the people of this section. This
It has as its Manager In the retail
,4. patronage. territory on schedule time, andwhether meat and grocery store
operates fast delivery
forward a
of and straight ner in which they operate their
Gassett who baa been a resident
Mr. E. C. Priest, the distributor, I your order la large or business. Both Mr. Green and Mr. service
-Telephone 89 and see
this city for the past ten and in all his dealings with the people business and it is a pleasure to
years I of
originally of Cedar Keys, was connected small you are accorded a satisfac- WImberly are a pleasant person- quick your order will be delivered.
has ,
':.11: waa formerly connected with De- and this In a. large measure In the there service. have them represented in our "New
,!<_ Witt C. Jones. Through the untlring been responsible for the successof I same capacity tory Deal" Booster of Starke and Brad-
:: ""_ with The Gulf Refining Co. For Mr. Priest and assistants are of
"4 efforts of Mr. Gassett. The this well known and reliable es ford County. STARKE CO.I
the past three years aa agent here, broad experience in lubrication and STAVE
,PI Starka Hardware & Furniture tablishment. We highly recommend he has built for himself and his you can rely on what they tell you Their Beat Asset Is their army
Starke Hardware & Fur-
Company has become one of the I The of concern a large and steady grow- about oils and grease, whether for of satisfied customers.** This is one among our most val- little
,! most popular and progressive concerns 'niture Company to the people ; measure towards the up-
In this section of the state. ,this section. I ued enterprises Is admirably located building of Starke and Bradford
S. A. I County. It is indeed assetto
on R. R. and is one a great

S. R. JOHNS, of the concerns that keeps the have this concern located here

.I CLOVER FARM STORE wheels of progress turning in and Smith we for highly selecting compliment this place Mr.on
County.The .
Western meats. They buy beef and operate
'This with G. C. Kruse as
concern for the cattle hogs and country; products, This Is one of the leading Grocery In Bradford and adjoining counties, turn they pass! these savings on to proprietor and general manager plant. Ha Is a man of broad vision
headquarters '
proprietor.. but for out annually hundreds of establishments In this section, is public spirited, stands high their many customers. Courteous Mr. W. P. Smith, came to of the future and through his
of this paying
people not only city and business Interests of there to serve, and I Starke about three years ago from
to the farmers of this section and they serve the retailers among the I salespeople are policy and methods of doing business
'.... miles around. It Is under dollars Lake
,,, .many who Is thereby benefitting the producers the general public In their own retail this section, and It Is such houses we assure you a cordial welcome by City at which time he began has built for himself and his
of the ,
supervision Mrs. Kruse. They throughout this entire com- department with the very best as his that add so greatly.to the Mr. Johns and employees on every operation of The Starke Stave stave mill and enviable reputation.He .
ably assisted
< \ residents by of Starke for munity. Quality courtesy and In high/ quality products. They commercial and progressiveness of .visit. Company. The firm manufactures Is a man who is courteous, accommodating
1': have been of the Turpentine Staves and
this review
handle Feeds Groceries. Candies Starke and surrounding territory. In making Headings
and and Is ever
service are the by-words you one
:; the past nine' years.Is Miss Also Grace em- assured of satisfaction at all Fruits, and are agents for Wilson It Is with feeling of satisfaction leading business Interests of this and does a huge volume of business ready to do anything towards the
',' ployed as saleslady are tt Toomer :Fine Fertilizers, and that one does business with, this section It ia indeed a pleasure to not only in this part of the upbuilding of this HIs .
'< Alvarez. a popular ;young lady of times.Mr. and Mrs .Kruse are both of also carry a full line of crate ma- firm. They also operate a retail Include the firm of S. R. Johns, and state but their products are shipped Lay-Leader and community.Steward In the
d atarka. wbo bas many terials. department where merchandise Is to say that in dealing with them, to many distant points. With Starke and
_l if, friends for this store by she the courteous pleasant accommodating personality are and take The firm is an old establishedone sold at the very lowest prices. By you are dealing with a firm who Is the location of this plant right here takes an active part Church In all, good

: manner In which This store servesrstr0nz Is great pride in the general welfareof and enjoys an enviable reputa buying In large quantities, they Interested In you and your wel- in our midst many people are given work done by this organization.
of the store. tion. The proprietor Is well known often get price concessions and in fare.TISON'S employment thus hundreds of In
J this section are home making this of the on-
people :
-- -------- -- -- -- paid out to the
_. including an electric food counter operating a home owned store people of this laboring ward progress of our city and
community the
- And refrigerator, which assures and money you spend with them I MEAT MARKETThis i ey Is spent with our home, "mo n-I county we are delighted to have
7 proper refrigeration and care of stays at home. They well merit merchants and this benefits In The Starke Stave Company repre
iboda at all times. You will find your support and patronage, and sented in the columns of our paper.
_ here the very beat In groceries we highly recommend their business is one of Starke's newest, which are being sold at most reasonable He wishes it known that he buys
I. fresh fruits, vegetables, native and to our many readers. most sanitary and up to date establishments prices. Mr. Tlson has the both beef cattle and hogs and pays TIP TOP
ana Is admirably lo advantage of many other similar the highest cash price for them at .ERYI
cated. It Is owned and operatedby concerns in that ha has no extra all times.. Mr. Tison Is of a pleas- 2.

.? CAROLA CAFE Mr. Theo Then who was born large force of helpers, does the ant personality, is kind and accommodating SERVICE AND n ..
and reared In Bradford County anda work himself, thereby saving much and being a native citizen In this modern ----

: This well known and popular eating and painstaking service. The foodIs I man who Is well known throughout extra expense and therefore is able operating an independent business date retail new Starke and up to Mr. Nasworthy Is very courteous,
grocery. boastsof
_- establishment Is one of the well cooked, their prices are I this entire community. ; to make his patrons a much better Is surely entitled to the sup- one of the very finest has a most pleasing; personality
stores of
the best While only In business for a period price In their meat purchases. port and patronage of the peopleof
', cleanest most sanitary and up to within reach of every one, Its kind In this section. and to a man that numbers hiS
-_- of about three months, the He has the latest refrigerating this Money Strictly
community. spent
of everything ia served, and whether -
date in this section. It Is operated home owned and
_ by Mr. W.. E. Bryant who came to for breakfast, noonday repast or Tison Meat Market. has made rapid I system. both refrigerator and meat with him stays at home and helpsto C.', H. Nasworthy operated by Mr. friends by the hundreds. We assure
Starke two years ago from Gaines evening meal, they will have some- strides to the front In business. At counter and the place Is as clean make this a better town and establishment two, who opened this you of a fair and square deal

ville. He to assisted by his wife hlng to please the moat fastidious the establishment will be found and sanitary as it is possible to county. If It's meats, the Tlson years ago, the and one-half on any transaction you may have
Telegraph takes
two form combi- both native and Western meats make it. Meat Market can serve you well. at this popular store. People of
and the a happy person. pleasure In complimenting him for
.' nation in giving the people real Mr. W. E. Bryant. a. leading the splendid showing made our section know that at the TIP

_ magnanimous service, in the way business man of our city and county -I I strong competition and for against the ad- Top Grocery they can get the best

of obtaining food. takes pride In doing anything DR. S.G. LEWIS OpticianIn mirable manner in which his business -, values ket. Mr.In food products on the mar-
possible for the general uplift of personally| seel
,_. They have had a varied business experience our community, to everywhere as- Starke and Is an Eye Specialist Ufle instruments for tasting- the lie can fit :your glasses to fit I!this page operated.personally The visited writer this of that his customers receive the better
in the restaurant
know It from A to Z and the place teemed for his polite business of long; and varied experience eya. your facial charms: you will look tore recently and found everything class of merchandise at the lowest -
all methods and Invites the people of bad You can depend on what ha tells better, feel better both mentallyand In first class and prices, and It Is such stores as
order of sanitary
at having condi
to kept in perfect years study his
the and rural sections to make that add comfort
city much to
you as being his honest convictions physically. When In need of tins neat attractive.
... be-
tl and ; of
the "Carols" headquarters when in preparation which enables him and for glasses of any style, precision having your eyes examined glasses tas;.wen arranged carries a fresh tnainodera housewife and provide -
On entering; this cafe you are town. Wa highly recommend it to amtna your ayes and fit your I at moderate prices, you can fitted np&INd.-.1'1 jewelry andwatch stock of staple and fancy wholesome food of the highest -

.. .- accorded. an air of cheerfulness, to everyone as It wall merits your glasses. correctly. Ha to wall do no butter than to patronize this repair see, Dr. 8. G. Lewis at ,.ream *eMabla*, fru4ta groceries.. standards at the price you
-, accommodaUon support ana .troUp.. eqzIPPe4I. '' IUth.Iat.st_ clen-: .I reliable professions man. 10 Walnut.. < i and to nona In this commun ; se nile to ** "* twrdta, .WSlCO'.

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he Advertisers On This Page''I LIVE COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS. I l"/1iJ:/

A silver spoon In a glass will '

HAMPTON BROOKERMlM I prevent ing the glass boiling when water poured from Into crack It; \

Building Bradford County Atmn A'ft NIMBI' *. c... V r Uelner, Oar. the spoon conducts heat better
.' Are than the water and seta up circulation

Birthday Party Brooker School Honor Roll. in the fltusa ao that the water
Wednesday, Jan. 31, Mrs. Niram First Grade (Mrs.' J. P. Roberts) la hottest In the upper levels

Wynn entertained In honor of her -C. W. Colsen, Donald Crews, and not on the bottom.

o I II daughter, Miss Dora May's birth Dorothy Crosby Imogene Hough

ID a I LEON A. GRAYPRINCIPAL I, STARKE DRY CLEANERS day. Mary Alleen Kelley, Margaret Notice to NOTICE property owners Is
Joe Webb
Foxworth Betty
and entertaining
COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Pleasant games hereby given that I will be at the
BRADFORD I were played throughout the after First Grade (Mildred Morgan)- following named places on the day

" is due much credit Mr. Gray to be a man of sterling AND LAUNDRY noon. At the conclusion the guests Betty Hazel Green Carl Richard and dates stated therein for the

10. Advancement ot Education character a man with a most were invited Into the dining room Hough Morris Kelley Grady Mann, of taxes for the
lit for the Bradford County IsMr. pleasing personality and a man Stare can boast of one of the ladles' garments. However no less which was beautifully decorated Muriel Prescott, purpose assessing
at fllc\1ltle5, to principal of the who has won the good will and con most up to date Dry Cleaning and attention Is paid the men custo with pink and green. In the center Edna Pre- year 1934, to-wit:
Leon A. Gray High School who fidence of the people by straightforward Laundry concerns In this section mers. Realizing that It Is Import of the room the dining table was Second Grade (Mrs. Lawtey Monday. February 19,
Bro.dlord county ago from methods. No review of and It la under the expert and cap ant that men's cleaning and press In white and centered with vatt)-Ronald Hlnes Joyce Atkinson from 1:00: to 4:00 o'clock P. M.

MOW toStarke two and years the writer of professional and business men of able management of Mr. Junlus M. ing be done promptly, on account draped which bore Phyllis Hazen Doris Hodges, New River Tuesday February

v perry, Florida,with the Telegraph Bradford County would be com Smith who purchased the plant of the press of business and professional a large birthday cake Loraine Thomas, Ruby Ward. 20. from 10:00: to 12:00 o'clock A. M.

ni thl page Joins him for the plete without his name mentioned, two years ago from W. A. Bessent, life this concern has Installed ten pink candles. Attractive bouquets Third Grade (Mildred MorganBarblU'a. )- Brooker Tuesday Febiuary 20,,
* in complimenting in this New Jr. They are known not only in a rapid delivery service in order and ferns were used profusely
and and we are pleased Lee
made Thelma
splendid showing he has In, theathletic Deal Booster Edition of Bradford the city but throughout this entire that any part of the town may be on the table, and cake and other Stephens, from 1:00: to 4:00: o'clock P. M.
ua also for the interest la County to Include the principal of section as being the best equipped reached quickly and on short no : tempting refreshments were served Starling, Geneva Graham Wednesday! February
department which very Fourth Grade (Mrs. Gussle Mae 21, from 1:00: to 4:00: o'clock P. M.
In the development our schools along with other public with metropolitan facilities giving tice.The abundantly by Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. J
, necessary and essential and healthy spirited citizens who have cooperated I every attention needed to proprietor, Mr. Junlus M. V. Jones and Mrs. Sharpton. Boree)-Jeanette McGauley W. A. Theressa Friday, February 23,
of strong of In making this section a success. clothes In the manner of sterilization Smith Is of pleasant personality, Brown Jr., Jewell Prescott. from 10:00: to 12:00: : o'clock A. M.
bodies for the students our of On every progressive move and renewing. painstaking I accommodating, The honoree received many beau Fifth Grade (Mrs. Gussle Mao Hampton Friday, February 23,
rehools. Mr. Gray is a brother knows his business from A to :/..1:. is tiful and useful presents for which, Harrell.
Boree M. D.
In the upbulld- )-
State Gray who Is a ment made to help The outstanding aim here Is to from 1:00 to 4:00: o'clock P. M.I .
of showed
Secretary of county polite straightforward in all deal- In her pleasant! manner she Fifth Grade G. E. )
known to almost every ing and advancement our permit men and women to dress ( McQauleyCurtlaa respectfully request that all
man well Mr. always has a part he Ings and Is to be complimented on much appreciation. Dukes Juanlta McCauley. '
Gray ,
well, yet to economize as they to date (property owners make returns of
FRecenUy Mr. Leon Gray an- Is our friend our neighbor and he should. giving Starke such If it's an up Clean- Forty participated'in this delightful Sixth Grade (O. E. McGauleyIva )- their properties.
establishment. Dry
la asking when you go to the polls affair and left wishing
for legislator Mae Lewis, Blanton ThonvM.
nounced as about Pressing or Laundry Very renpectfully
remember Ladies being particular Ing, Repairing
to vote for a legislator
County and the Miss Wynn happy birthdays. Seventh Grade (Willie Mae Hln
Bradford recommend many N. D. WAINWRIGHT
from Mr. Leon A. Gray a man who is their cleaning repairing and press- Work, we highly ,
of no man who trustworthy and well merits your Ing, a specialty is made of cleaningHartman's this concern aa the most reliable.In -- son) Lcland Walters, Hazel Tax Assessor,
lookout for the county's Inter Birthday Party Thomas Brunell Marzle
support and patronage.-Paid Political -- Surprise Morgan, Bradford County Florida.
that body
est as a member of Miss Grace Adklns was honored Howard.

better than he. We have found Adv. Machine with a surprise birthday party last Eighth Grade (Willie Mae Hln- (" .ICIIK'" HRPOBTStarke

Shop that was given by Lucile Fin., Fob. 1. 1984.
Friday evening, I son)-Dan Hazen Webb .
Report of th Clerk of the Circuit
I ITORODE CHEVROLET co. her mother, Mrs. James E. Adklns. Janle Mae Quarrels, Mildred Col- Court for llradforit. County Florida,
Of Interest is this reliable.and I the maintenance of continuous The honoree wore a beautiful orchid eon, Beatrice Casaels. on account. of taxee Bsaeaeed for theyear

very essential concern which Is located production there Is no one con evening gown trimmed In Ninth Grade( H. B. Wiggins) 1933.C.. A. KNIGHT, TAX Collector.
and la considered one bined the progressiveness-the diversified cern which playa a more important white. Madeline Crosby. r tr Pro *r
In Starke automobile experience, vast resources on the Jacksonville Highway part than Hartman's Machine To balance due Jan. 1-._,....,11.09
, of the most wide-awake of General established Games and dancing were enjoyed Mv amount "oU."I..I_. __
and matchless facilities hi Starke. It was Shop. Mr. Hartman has developed ??
The Locals
section. proprietor _____
in this To balance due Fen. to <,'U.tD
firms Mr. W. E. Torode, la among Motors. Qaulity Is expressed In about five years ago by Mr. A. much In the art of science of weld- throughout the evening. Refreshments The baccalaureate. sermon for the r.!.. Mil KorfvHereTo .
spirited terms that all can understand and Hartman its proprietor. This man Ing and machine work and is a well were served at the conclu balance duo Jan. 1 3ISO,23(
and public of the Brooker Junior
prominent graduates ..:..:. : .
our Hv amount collected.
now enjoying. Quality service in known He is well pre nice were received w.To
are authority.
millions sion. presents
been offers comprehensive Many
since a
citizens and has long High School will be given Sunday bulnnce. due Feb. 1.. .... 8.9&O.M
allied with the large business is obtainable at prices which reflect General Welding Work, Body and pared to execute any and all phases by the honoree and all I, C'oHNtr nomt emd Drldae
closely of this community.He the saving of tremendous pro Fender Repair, Wood Work Auto of Welding, Machine and General wished for her many birthdays. afternoon, Feb. 18 at 3:30: o'clock. To balance due Jan. 1. ,....... 1..00.411
interests will In the school auditorium. Rev, amount cnll. ductions and emphasizes their Machine Work of Auto Repair Work and his prices My r ?
has been a resident of Bradford Body Painting, The participants were: Annie To balance, due Feb. 1______ 7.90045Conntr ..
for twenty-seven years and ingness to share these with the all kinds, and has Installed the are very reasonable.Mr. Laura and Lillian Tucker, Jessie I Copeland of Alachua, assisted by Sch.M.l Qeejerajl .
County the Chevrolet public. The Torode Chevrolet Co. very latest scientific machinery for Hartman is kind courteous, Rev. O. E. McGauley will deliver To balance due "..n. 1..___ial 7.41By
has been operating four employs highly skilled mechanics the execution of hla work and does accommodating, knows his business Mae and Rawley Brannen, Mary the sermon. I amount collected...____ 019.71To
Agency here for the past in their service department' and all kinds of automobile repairing.He from A to Z( and 1 I. everywhere esteemed Wiggins>>kle Hlnaon Mary Elisabeth The ninth grade of Brooker Junior balance. due(....Feb Pelto 1 -_...11(47.69tr

years. carry a complete line of Chevrolet also buys scrap iron and met for polite business methods.He Wynn, Junior N. Wynn Ossle High School will present a play To balance due Jan 1,......... 49900
Here you are always assured of parts at all times. als and does an extensive business takes an active Interest In any Wynn, H. C. Wynn Guss Wynn,, "The Poor Married Man," Thurs By amount collected........_._._ 15.Oil
To balance due Feb. 1. 414.00Total
and deal whether New Chevrolet offers beauty This is of aid thing that tends to promote the Johns Cordan Weest. Qor-
a fair square The In this line. great Merrill Feb. 22 at 8:00 o'clock "Niib-8vli' you buy a New Chevrolet or good and style previously undreamed of to the people of this section as general uplift of Starke and Brad dan Wadsworth. Ida Mae Croft,, day evening : To balance due Jan. t.____""..4..7J
used car. They are now offering and It la not surprising that thisflrm's they do not have to throwaway ford County and It la a pleasure to Rhoda and Ruth Zeglar, Guss; at the school auditorium. Adm'.dslon : Hy amount collertmi. _.._-.?... 49411*

the most ,,"'A.P.Ing! car In Chevrolet sales have reached such their materials in this line, but on recommend him to anyone when In Thomas Howard Moore, Mr. and I 19c and 25c.Commencement. To balance due Sak-Mekaei Fen.'r..1 Be.d*.

history-the moat popular six the spectacular heights In this section. the other hand may dispose of it need of services In his line of en Corry Wynn,, exercises of t.te: To balance due Jan. 1__.._.........
world has ever known-Quality- The proprietor Mr. W. E. To here at a reasonable cash price. deavor. Mrs. Leo Wiggins Brooker Junior High School will Hy amount roll..rl..1.. ._____.. 154.Itt
Gladys Hart Jessie _____ 6,.J7.68Avrlfnlter
Quality for the Louise Kite. T balance due Feb. 1
Construction- be complimented be Feb. 23 at 8.00
Quality 1" rode Is to Friday evening, : ) .l
in Design and Qaulity In Perform manner in which he operates his May Denlaon, and Frank Williams. o'clock. Prof. Leon A. Gray of To balance. due Jan. 1. __"_ (...HI

business. He Is honest of straight I G. W. ROBERTS 1 Locals- Starke will deliver the address.H. To Hy amount balance due collected.F.". 1'__*M4.-___,__ ....a.
ance.Never his dealings pleas
has a low priced six possessed forward P. Gatney spent part of last Widow* lee.loiTn
amazing ant personality and accommodating ;: Mrs. P. B. Hunt has just return halnniMt d".. Jnn. 1.____? (...31
friends and relatives
them to such an week visiting
degree because no other has com to his patrons.MITCHELL'S In Lawtey and has been serving He does an extensive business ed to her home after a delightful In Fort Myers. He was accompanied To Hy amount balance collected-flue I>VI.., 1._________ (51.88Head
the people of that locality for carries a large line of Dry Goods, trip In South Florida where she has home by hilt daughter Mrs and ItrlJeje lateree*
Notions, Clothing, Shoes Fruit and visited friends and relatives for and KlnfclnaK..d
DRUG STORE about seventeen years. Ha la the Vegetable packages, such aa bean weeks. R. B. Rawlerson and daughter Ha- To balance due Jan I"_-__..83,805.85

son of one of the community's pioneer hampers Strawberry crates and Is several Mrs. B. D. Meads of Jacksonville dine Marie, of Immokelee who will To Hy! amount balance: collected.due Feb. !.._._:.14,1101 88A.
business men who came to special representative for the well spent some time here. J. THOMAS. Circuit Cleric.
THIRTY YEARS IN BUSINESS Lawtey from Charlton County, known Bradley Fertilizers which la the guest of her son Andrew

of this drug store. Here will Georgia when G. W. was merely a have won such a wide distinction Meads and family.
This Is one of the oldest and cess be found toilet articles of every boy. The father was prominently all over this section of the state. Henry Braswell of Scandon has
most reliable drug concerns In the Drugs Chemicals connected in business in Lawtey In dealing with this well known been the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
and description.
state. Honest methods, kind Soaps. Combs, Perfumery Stationery prior to the son launching out into and reliable man you have the advantage W. A. Meads. Extra-Fast
has For
courteous treatment of patrons enviable and Household Remedies which the business world. of dealing with a man who Ira Brown, Marvin and Flora

built for this concern an and surrounding have proven their worth In thou This Booster of the "New Deal" is Interested In you and your welfare Belle Blrt of Gainesville were visiting .
reputation. In the city homes. The without due and it Is not surprising that
have been sands of American would be Incomplete here last Sunday.
territory. They of this section prescription department uses only and prominent mention of Mr. Q. his business has made such wonderful Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch, two Relief
serving the people each prescription establishment In Law strides to the front.
In ,
and such la a the purest drugs W. Roberts of the efficient teachers of the pub
for thirty years Bradford Is compounded by J. M. Mitch- tey as It is one of the outstanding Mr. Roberts la due commendable attended the wed
credit to Starke and and D. P. Carpenter who are both of Its kind in this entire section of credit for hi.i Interest in the up lic school here Mrs. Futch'sparents ..
County. of a recognized three- the state. While only seventeen building of our various communities ding anniversary of
The proprietor, Dr. J. M. Mitch graduates college of pharmacy. At years of age this man venteured ,' his straightforward dealing Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby

ell, is a reliable and trustworthy year their soda fount is an ideal place out In business for himself and exercising with the people and he well merits of Brooker, last Sunday.W. Demand And Get

business man. Is kind, courteous bas to quench the hot day thirst.In good Judgment has built the consideration support and pat T Saxon recently purchased .. ,;/ I
who ,
accommodating and active one Interest in this New Deal Booster of the for himself and his business an.enviable ronage of the people of Lawtey and the Hampton Drug Store from RIley .ft I
always taken an of Starke and Bradford reputation. the surrounding territory. Wasden and is operating same
commu progress
of our f
the uplift
nities. He stands high among the County we are glad to have this W. O. Seals of Jacksonville was GENUINE
Interests well known concern listed among after his real estate here

here business and and Is everywhere professional esteemed our establishments.NOTE.most reliable. and progressive I R. R. THEDE I this looking week. '

for his polite and courteous treat "This article unsolicited Mrs. W. R. Pringle has returned BAYER
ment of This In a large after a visit with
patrons. here
to her
this concern. of the let live prices. He la truly the lead-
measure la responsible for the suc by Lawtey can boast of one Mrs. Eva Brown ol
odlest and most reliable eitabllsh- Ing seed dealer In Northeast Florida her daughter

menta In this section and one whose la an authority on all varieties Lake City.C. ASPIRIN
Service Station principles and policies In business times of planting etc. A. Blrt had as his guests last
New Deal have never varied. There la no one man In this sec Sunday his brother, R. L. Blrt and

tion of the state who deserves the family of Alachua County.Mr. .
II. E. PRIEST, ProprietorFeature. Mr. R. R. Thede opened bis doors well merited patronage that Is received and Mrs. O. G. Pearce visited Because of a unique process lamanufacture. I
for business In Lawtey twenty-I him than R. R. Thede. and
Gasoline and OI1 relatives at Lulu last Saturday .Genuine Bayer Aspirin
Will Rogera, and ever since the who.
three ago assisted hia wife
years He Is ably by
mad harm the hesrt. So if
The ''NewDeal" volume in Sunday. Tablets are to disintegrateor doe not yon
the ular establishment. beginning, his like husband, la very popular
of her.
boast of one dissolve INSTANTLY and SAFE relUf see
Starke can want QUICK
specializes in up to the min sales has grown rapidly from year with the trade the territory over. yon
newest modern and outstanding section of ute tire service and no matter what to year. Today his name stands She la a business woman of a very take them.Thus they It art to work that you get the real Bsyer article.

service stations In this located you demand In this line they are I for reliability and progress In the pleasant personality is .kind, courteous Branch InHanlti/ Start "Uklng bold" of Always look for the) Bsyer cross on

the state Is conveniently the place prepared to serve you. business annals of Bradford and painstaking accommodating: Gum even a severe headache; Deuralgll. very tablet .illustrated,

"and everything about of interest. Manufacturers of their tires adjoining counties throughout all and it baa been largely through her; GMT.Miimen neuritis or rheumatic pain a few above and for the words,
air Hsmage,
shows a progressive i recognizing the ability of this firm, of which he has many hundreds of efforts that Mr. Thede's business I Elizabeth!: minutes after taking. GENUINE BAYER

Mr. H. E. Priest the proprietor selected them as their official representative satisfied pat rODS. has grown to such huge propor And they provide SAFE relief- ASPIRIN oa very bottle

has recently remodeled and repainted a tribute to the proprietor R. R. Thede of Lawtey does a tions. In making this review of Louise and Agnes Sapp far Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN or package.01MUIN1 -___
it throughout and la to be Mr. Priest who Is a young General Merchandise butlnesa car the business Interest of this aectlon: and J. R. Kelly were visiting Mi

complimented for giving us11'8 tabllsh- business man of sterling character.Cedar rying a comprehensive line of Shelf of the country it la a pleasure to Lena Belle Bhcpard of Starke Sun BATIK A f l.IN DOM NOT HAKM TMt M1AKTMEDICAL
modern and up to date e He came to Starke from Hardware Staple and Include these well known people In I
and Farmers afternoon. .
day ,
ment. Keys a few yeara ago Is of pleas Fancy Groceries Seeds, Flour our "New Deal" Booster of who la Mrs. Carrie Browning of Ratford "
ing personality, Is kind accommodating who and to predict for them many
Here la featured Gulf Gasoline Meal Lard Cured Meats Shoes her parents, Mr. and
admiration visiting
the was
Tires, and has won etc., all of more years of success and pros
Accessories Goods, Thursday
and Motor Oils of the city and Dry Mrs. H. L. Edwards
Tubes etc., at reasonable prices. of the people. which he always Bells at live and perity. ,
county.It night.
This station la prepared to g'0' The thla section attended I
is a pleasure to give A crowd from
wash and polish your car. They Deal Service Station honor church services at Corinth
are cpeclal representatives for a : ANDREWS JR. I
standard! line of tires and tubes able mention for wheels they of are" progress helping J. W. Sunday night
which are in so much demand in to keep the We C. L .Carter and son Russell, and
this community. A standard line turning for in them Bradford a continued grow He la one of the most progressive Mr. Andrew.* operates a service I Mrs. Julia Williams of Starke ADVICE
of tires which have proven their predict auto dealer: In this section and department where general repairIng spent the week-end at Outda visit
worth will be found at this pop ing patronage.- is authorized Ford dealer for la done by experts and when ing relatives and friends. I

Starke and nearby territory. Mr. you entrust your car to them to be Mid Evelyn Crosby was the din ""
I Andrews Is native clzen of Brad repaired. It will be done right and ner guest of Mlsa Helen Norman If you want to "**
CARRADINEThis well knownthroughout at a price within reason.
F. R. ford County therefore Sunday.Mr. relieve constipation safely
this entire community.He e e e
Of Interest Is the new motor were
N. Norman
and Mrs. T. eue
courteous kind and accommodating Is one of the county's leading reconditioned reftulate the dote to suit your 4jxact n
a ality. Is block assembly by of Mr. and Mrs. e e e
operates the dinner guests
man In Lawtey establishment and la everywhere esteemed citizens la upright straightforward the Ford Motor Co., and prtcea avoid danger of bowel strain
very essential and reliable hla business and enjoys! an enviable reputation W. B. Woodle Sunday. e e
business for polite are, for Model A, your old block
and has been doing methods. in hla line of business. and $50.50; for Model V-8 old -use liquid laxative

there for the past dealer seven In Staple years. The farmers of the surrounding You are always assured of a fair block and :S.oo. These prices Include

He Is an extensive Feeds Seeda, territory know that this man handles and square deal when doing business removing old block and installing EVERGREEN
Bean and Fancy Groceries Strawberry, Crates only the beat In everything with him and his reputation new one. Can eooiUpation be safely relieved? comfort at the time, or afterward. 1I' .

and Cups.Hampers.Patent Medicine and .and that la why they moat invariably as a reliable dealer Is behind him. Mr. Andrews ls special representative Mr*, r. .&. ___I.r. c:..., ''Yesf' ay medical men. "Ye P' The wrong cathartic may keep .<1;II
Sundries and la special representative i buy their fertilizers from him. Wise auto buyers the world over for Firestone Tires and declare thousands who have followed you cocstlpated a*long as you keep .

for the well known WilsonToomera The Wllson-Toomer Fertilizer baS are choosing the new Ford and for Tubea aa welbaa accessories and J. D. Peel were their advice and know. CL using ill ;
and Mrs.
Fertilizers and B. C Jar- the reputation of being the best many reasons. First it is one of will make you liberal cash allow Mr. mother You are not apt to cure your In buying any laxative, read the 't
rell strawberry Crates. Mr. Carradine and most suited for the soil in this the moat economical buys in the ance on your old Urea when traded visiting' B. E. Rosier,, ecrnitlpaUon with salts pills and labet. If it contains a doubtful .Iru,. f''

invites you to come in and section. Therefore It la no wonder low price field; second, the fuel In for new Firestone High Speed Sunday afternoon. tablets, cr a.y habit-forming cathartic. don't take it. If you don't. knew ..
inspect hla special featured Straw BO much of It Is sold in thla part of consumption la low and last but Tires, the safest tire built. It..Is a Mr, and Mrs. L. P. Jarvls. who But con*relieve this what is in It. don't chance it. The .t
berry Crates. the state. In choosing a representative I not least. It contains all the new pleasure to recommend J. W.' Andrews has spent the past two months you gentle regulation content of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ,
condition juit by
they could have done no better I features and comforts found in :Jr., to auto owners when In here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. is sttcd plainly on the '"
The people of Lawtey and surrounding than to have selected Mr. Car and much higher priced cars. need of tires, tubes or accessories. R. 8. Rosier left Tuesday for their with suitable liquid laxative. Pepsin label fresh herbs pure pepsin 4
long ago ;
territory have radlne as be la a wide-awake Use
Pahokee.Mr. Why Hospitals
come to realize that they can get Influential citizen not only of home In active senna. t J4
from thla man Ci3: better quality of very his own town but through his entire and Mrs. Scbelll Rosier a liquid laxative Its very taste tell you Dr. "i'

merchandise at rreat saving In community. He takes great pride FUNERAL DIRECTORS were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion The dose f liquid laxative can b* Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is wb"te-l ] ,

co t. Mr. Carradlne ball the Interest in the upbuilding of our various Carter Sunday.Mr. measured.. The action can La ccn- scme. A delightful taste. and doligttfut "',
of his patrons at heart and communities, always willing to car war' Many Y ars> Experience Make It Poanlble for Ua to Render and Mrs, Frank Crews are trolled. It fcnns no habit;you: Med action.; Safe tut .

past experience haa taught you ry hla hare of the load In the general EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS 8EBVICE announcing the arrival of a little not take a "d uble dose" a day or expectant mothers and 'J", (

that he appreciates any buslneaa uplift of his community. It is MODERATE: PRICES son. born Feb. 10. two later Will no/ irritate kldruya. child reD. Drug stores !

given him. whether the amount be a pleasure to have his name listed Dewrrr c. JONES COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McCIellan The right liquid laxative will bring J have U, ready for use. In .
large or malL among who la who In this war visiting' friends hen Sunday bottles. ---, ';(
of tots' sec BTARKE.: FLORIDA a perfect movement with JO dis- big .J'
vision.la of the onward progress '
He la"a man rf broad _'r afternoon. .
possessed o*.a pleasing person tion. .

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Woodmen..circle Honors! Music-Study!' 'Cl b--- Three'Valentine Parties Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and SOD Col. H. V KnIght-waste

Mrs.'George ,Iit,Inman, Has Interesting Meeting For Young People'The Pitner, of Marianna have been atonal Visitor to JackEonvlUe e
spending several here' with
'<* day
I 'fP30ticliA Tuesday I evening the Starke ';M..HV, Knight was hostess to, Epworth *League< enjoyed Mrs. Vandlviere's parents. and

Grove of Woodmen Circle held Its the Music Study Club when It held Valentine party Thursday eveningat Mrs.-O..W. Alderman;: :.of (
: regular meeting at the' Masonic its fortnightly meeting'of Feb. 9. the home of.Judge and Mrs. E. d .. League members twenty-four! ] pqt!
Hall which was very-beautifully Arrangement of a program on '' went..1o
K. Perryman.s Mn and Mrs. Joseph' Rigors of home last. lI1or.:
decorated with baskets of white Chopin was In' the capable'bandof Miss Louise Smith entertained Patterson, N. J.; Col. and Mrs. evening to
''i..i '' meeting of 1
,' Junior P. U. Hilda Scaring Celebrates narcissus intermingled with fern Mrs D. E. Knight/ The program her Sunday School class .Tuesday Welles Stump of New York City Starke received that,"orllanlzatllt

:;'/ Enjoys jYeiner Roast Fourth BirthdayLast .A brief business meeting was consisted of a paper on the life and afternoon at her home on Eighth and Miss Evelyn Stump of the tog the largest the banner for htl
; held when all old and new business works of Chopin by Mrs. D. E. Street, the Valentine Idea being State College for Women out-of-towa atteoa
"NS / Talla ance at
: The Junior B. Y. P.. TJ.'of the afternoon from
Thursday meeting
L of the lodge attended to. Knight; Instrumental solos, "Rain- The
.((1, wag carried out In all the arrangements./ hassee, will be week-end guests of Starkt
First Baptist Church enjoyed a three to five o'clock, little :Hilda young people were
,'( drop Prelude, Op.' 28 No. 15 and accompanied
I During the social hour the circle Monday afternoon, Miss Amelia Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump at their II
; weiner roast on the church lawn. Searing celebrated her fourth honored Mrs. George H. Inman, Op. 28 and Op. 20,rendered by Miss Ray's Sunday school class met at their home on Walnut Street. pastor, Rev. B..M. !4ontgolli!

: Thursday evening from six to eight birthday anniversary at the home daughter-in-law of Mrs. Voncla E. Marjorie Stump"Sherzo; ," Op. 31, the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. .I ery-
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen by Mrs. H. V .Knight, and "Noc-
f. o'clock. Interesting games :were Inman}with a miscellaneous show Sewell, where they weraiJiappilyentertained i
/1J enjoyed and a most pleasant evening G.Searing. er. The gifts were tied up in a turne in F Sharp Major," by Mrs. with games and stories,
Games were enjoyed by the little sheet to represent a family waning E. M. Davis, each soloist giving also ,an exchange of Valentines. -i :
A was spent. Mrs. H. 1&, Priest folks and Mrs. Searing was assisted and splendid'renditions of their num-
were presented In I Refreshments
: .',' a'Very were served in the B O X
Is leader the'Juniors.'v' N
of in entertaining. them by Mrs.T clever manner by Miss Bunnie Ca- bers.The dining room,where hand-made Valentines G
-, Itf. -unnA.L.k.The ---------- nova, who was dressed as a negro next meeting win be at the were used as place cards.
dining table, on which the mammy. The honoree was the recipient home of Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davison Members of this class are Sara VASCO, FORSYTHvs.

RITZ THEATRE beautiful birthday cake, Iced In of many lovely gifts from Feb. 23 at 7:30: o'clock. Mrs. Sewell, Leonard Smith, Othma .
white and topped with four tiny the circle members. Davis will have charge of the pro Haynes, Virginia Anderson, Jacq- .
'" pink candles was decorated In The hostesses for the' evening, gram which will consist of the his ueline Andrews, Le'Etta Corpening, SKEETER BA.RWICK
white and pink, pink streamers! of; Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. L.,D..'Green tory of church music, the Oratorta Doris Kruse, Merle Brown and
,;" { crepe paper' extended from the and Mrs. Vonda Inman, served Hogan Smith, Jr. STARKE ARMORY
chandelier to the places marked for dainty refreshments. PriestKellyAn 4 TUESDAY NIGHT
n PROGRAM; the little guests, where they were 8:00 O'CLOCK
: 1 i Baptist Circle Meets
event ,of unusual and most Admission
25c and 500DIXIE
ri served birthday cake and ice cream Celebrates Third Birthday
I cordial Interest, to their
I BEGINNING FEBRUARY 10 in cones, topped with a cherry. many, Circle No.2 of the Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. W. Callis Manning Friends throughout the state was Woman's
received many gifts from her Missionary Society met
entertained a few of the little folks the marriage of Miss Dolores Kelly -
little friends, who left wishing her Monday afternoon, Feb. 5, at the
ofm4 Monday afternoon at their home of Madison and Horace S. Priestof
home of Mrs. J.
FRIDAY SATURDAY many more happy birthdays to B.Sapp with Mrs.
from 3:30: to 5:00: o'clock the occasion Bronson at the Church of Christin and her CRYSTALSUGAR
come. Sapp daughter, Mrs. W. B.
Zane Gray's being the third birthday anniversary Valdosta, ,Ga._Thursday: after-
Those invited were: Ida Lula Mundy, Jr., as hostesses. The living -
of their little daughter, noon, Feb. 8.' Rev A. B. Llpscomb
and Marjorie Davis, Barbara Jean room where the members gath-
I "The Last Trail"Geo. Johns Marjorie Claire Manning. of that city'officiating. Only a ered ( \
Marjorie Claire Manning was brightened with vases and 5 Lbs.
Martha Ann Wainwright, Betty Mrs. Manning, assisted by Mrs. few of the most*intimate friends bowls of spring flowers. 23c 10 Lbs. 43c
I Edna Hart, entertained the little and relatives'were Invited to witness -
O'Brien Claire
Trevor Joan
Hayes, Peggy Ann folks in the living room, where the ceremon ,. The, meeting opened with theCord's Specially Low Price on, Really J.'rl'flh
1 Wiggins, Sharon Hall, Doris Schaf- ?. Prayer repeated in unison.
bl SUNDAY MONDAY fer Janet Anderson,,, Billy Wain- games; were enjoyed. Marjorie was The bride Is the only daughter/ Mrs. L. O. Powell, the leader, conducted COFFEE8o'CLOCI
wright, Jock Griffis, Paul Cano- the recipient of many lovely' gifts of Judge and Mrs..James R. Kelly the devotional, reading the iJTa, ;aie
Y' from her little friends. of Madison, and .is talented I
III. a
va very sixth of Matthew ( RED CIRCLE
"Gallant and also BOKAK
Lady"Ann Centering the dining table
was and attractive young woman. Mr
the beautiful frosted presided over thn--- riiialnAoA------- -MAaa1/\n----- WjREEGINOMYRU4 Lb. 15c Lb. 19c
II 1W, M. S. Business MeetingI birthday cake Priest is one of the state's moat: which followed.: Lb.23c'FLOUR
larding Cllve Brook ; I with the three small pink candles. enterprising young men, holding,
Dickie Moor The regular business and' pro Birthday cake with chocolate milk the important position of superintendent Plans were made for thoroughly
gram meeting of the Woman's Mis- was served to the guests, lollypops of public instruction of, cleaning and beautifying the
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY sionary Society will be held Mon being given as favors. Levy County. phurch grounds in the near future.
day afternoon at 3:00: o'clockatthe Invited Mrs. O. W. Alderman and Mrs.
THURSDAY were: Mary Powell After the ceremony they left on
a, Baptist Church, with Circle-NW' Joan Dobrow, Edna Mae Mos- a tour of several ,:'days after which S. L. Peek Invited the :circle to ION A-Plain or'Self
'"Roman 2 in charge of the program for the ley, Barbara Keene, Betty Hayes, I they will .reside .at Bronson. meet with them In March at the Rising' PILLSBURY'S "BEST"

b Scandals"b afternoon. r 'f i f Madge Brownlee, Sharon Hall, Hilda Times.Union.; -::: home of Mrs. Alderman. 6-Lbs. 12-Lba. 24-Lbs. II 6-Lb.. 12-Lbs. 24-Lbs.

| P.-T. A. Will fiieet Searing, Edith Louise Manning, ...i 'After1'the final prayer_and adjournment 25c 45c 87c
Cantor Gloria Stuart WednesdayThe 29c 55c
tf Betty Ann Flynn, Barbara Jean Mrs. Priest, a'piece' of State's a social hour was en-
Bath Etrlng Parent-Teacher Associationwill Johns, Janet Anderson, 'Jacqueline Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Crews, Joyed when the ho6Ce8pfiO9ai] >ted

meet Wednesday afternoon, Strickland, Louie Brownie Nor has often visited here with heparenta'and r by Mrs. Charley Eo.Johnaugerveda '! man,QUALITY i
/Also Selected Short Subject. Feb. 21, at 3:00: o'clock, in the wood
a .. -* "I Guilford Maurice Edwards, starle"ft'fenda: will be delicious chicken"salad, course
; ,school"auditorium.. Jr., Paul Canova HI. .. pleased to offer congratulations.;; with coffee to the following: Mrs. '

-- r.: G. Pnw.IL 1kTr.L. AT_ Ttirhmaa GRITS or MEAL 5 Lbs 9c
!r# .r- .._-- Mrs. J. K Wilson; : Mrs.:W. N.:-Johnson ,
'; Mrs. Q. W. Alderman, Mrs.: L. I QUAKER MA.lI-Wltb Tomato Sauce

W. Klckllter, Mrs. E. M. Thomas,

Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. Annie Rich Pork & Beans 4
ard, Mrs. S. L. Peek; Mrs. W. M. 16-oz.cans I 17c

Edwards, Mrs. H. L. Brownjee, and
4. Mrs. .Vandivlere of Marianna ,SUGAR CURED.PICNIC .

'.. who was a visitor at this delightful
.r.t. -
: meeting. HAMS Pound
,- .:,. \,! : 9c

: Washington Birthday PartyA LUSCIOUS YELLOW CLING

";'" time warm awaits welcome you at the and Woman's a jolly PEACHES .2 No. 2%}$ cans 25c

: Club house on the evening of Feb. .
l f 1 : 22 at 8:00: o'clock when Circle.No. FANCY U. S. No. IRISH :
4 Truck Look '
ANY Usen 1 of the Woman's Missionary Society -

m ? service Let us our tell truck you about customersare the of the at a Methcdist George Washington Church entertains .POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c ,

Birthday Party. r
getting 'raInHe.yY r
An appropriate program'ot mu- PURE,, FRUIT FLAVORED
( readings and games has been
'' '
"! '"1' Goodyear Pathfinder planned. George and Martha with Gelatin Dessert
Truck Tiro some of their friends and associ
ates will be there In costume; also

OF OUR CUSTOMERS 6.00-20_$ 4*SO some of the leading characters. of PUDDING

the.nation of today.,
30x5: .__, 17.90Odur
-, Of course'you will want to meet
V .4 .A" ..... la Jwi ttioe. all these noted people and enjoy the 6 Pkgs. 25c 6 Pkgs. 25c
d ': evening with them.
i _
t GOODrrYEARLow I I I In case you have a colonial cos- N.B.C.So Varieties ,- ,
ume, the wearing of it would add
k 'a.. ... \ to the enjoyment of the occasion. CRACKERS.6 Pkgs. 23c :

= ... ,. ,"y our newGoodyear m There will be a. small admission GRANDMOTHER'S ,
charge of twenty cents for adults '
f and ten cents for children. Light BREAD, 3 Loaves
refreshments will be served. The le.

_Pathfmderjs the best proceeds will be used for\,,pome ,WHITE H'OUSIII ;,

.' buy on the market" parsonage.much needed Improvements at tho EVAP.. MILK, 3 Tal Cans 17c :;

', loA ,I IONA '
f .
Come, laugh and play with us I :
We've' made a lot of TOMATOES! 5 No. 2 Can.39c'

friends:by sizing up their Presbyterian Ladies Meet IONA .j

.. ;..
; i' .driviligneedsandrecom- Price The Ladies, Auxiliary of the CORN, ,3 No. 2 Cans 25c
a Bargiias Presbyterian Church met tat the 4m ,.
mending the new ', ,
i home of Mrs. Mary\pover.aDd.Mrs.; .l;: TASTY :' ,
i / ':
Goodyear Path Her are good dependable T. N. Kendrick Tuesday afternoon til CHEESE) : *
finders. tires, built to deliver satis The president, Mrs. E. M. Davis j Pound. 17c '
,;, In many cases faction. presided, while the devotional was WESSON OIL -

they provide all the tire T .Guaranteed In charge of Mrs. T, N. Kendrick. Pint Can 19c 'I
,, 'I
During the business session the .
service = Goodyaar .,3-Lb.. Can"
a driver can use Speedway election of officers for the coming 'SNOWDRIFTLb'5 '

and If that's our opinion 'Tires. year was held and resulted In the 37c,

for your ,car; we'll honestly 3oi3%-__$3.90 following President.being Mrs.chosen E. :M' Davis; P&G' SOAP, 5 Bars'17c

say so. Come in and 4.40-21?--__,_ 4OOtalk vice-president, Mrs. H. H. Young FANCY,'70-80 Size "\ ,,

secretary, Mrs.J. H. Kinlaw;.tress- PRUNES "'
It over, noobUga- Other tee* fat aro orrion. ". 2 Pounds 15c
urer, Mrs. R. S.,Fernandez. > ,
tion. IONA ?""_" i
IGOOD The Bible study for the afternoonwas '1.
0. the second chapter of Kings. COCOA ,I-Lb.Can '
Mrs. George H. Lowry had chargeof 12c

HIGH 'QUALITY AT the missionary program, the FANCY

topic being "Africa," and gave a DRIED PEACHES
splendid talk on this subject. 25c
GOOD USED Late in the afternoon the bo t-
4.40.21.$5.55 ..
J sees served the ten members
4.50-21 eat light refreshments.
on 6.38'T 3 Pounds
4.75-19. .. ..._... 6.70 ,. O. E. S. Meets MondayThe : LARGE JUICY '
s.oo-19 u....._........ 7.2. regular meeting. of the ORANGES'LARGE; ,' Dozen
starke Chapter, Order of Eastern : ,
,at, i
5.25.18...._. 8.10 Star will be held Monday eveningat .

t 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic Hall. 3 Dozen 25c j'

At this time one new member will FRESHTANGERINES '
Other slsea proportion. Tiro BARGAIN be Initiated Into the lodge. All CARROTS Bunch

pertly mounted.free.t members urged.to be present Vlsl- : 7ac
.- .' ors welcome. JUMBO.. ';

PRICESRegister : CELERY .1i Stalk- 8c :'
\ '
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"'" t. Each .7ac'LARGE'

Co. Make This 25c Test '....: t
i It la a. valuable to the bladder a.ea.tor LETTUCE. Head
oil to the bowel. Drives out 7/ac.
Impurities and a.a.] aelda which, FRESH: YELLOW 't
e..uaa the Irritation "..U Itlnw In wet. .
H- Phone 103 For Road Service i ,PROMPT tine up nlffnO. burning frequent daalN SQUASH, Pound '
: ,
1st pal.. and backache. On aoruitt > iil
ISTARKE, FLORIDA of the alcohol u.. Juniper oil RUTABAGAS
from which. lt Pound
atu mad Ask for
>" \ .Guaranteed Tire Repairing nkcta, tI>. bJadd.laxatlv. 'aluoontatnlnar 4e f
ROAD SERVICE bu hu leave..10.. After .
1 four' day.,.If not pleaed your dru.- ,

bound| i to,rsleepybettercalterathiscl.anaing THE GREAT, ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC
,, Buket guaranteed by TEA COMPANYPA.OII : I I.w.
YM LN. Mitchell's. Drug. .gtor.--Adv.. j.o ._
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FEBRUARY 18, ASkJ 1< __ ...
FRIDAY. BRADFORD COI1NT1l'. TlCI..1IIt1R&'P".., ......... ._, mB .
-- -- ------ & 1 "
B ;: of Lake Butler was :Miss W.M.UAEdwin PAGE: FIVJI1 "f. r
la W Mann Annie Mae r
spent :Mr. and : .. ., .
Mrs,J.B. Addison .
* buslne'aa visitor here Monday. spent Mrs. p. M. Barefoot '
I" Sunday '
< with relatives spent Wednesday 1"
in SUvernail
tat Oa. Valdos- the week-end with' relatives,at Rat- ,In Brooker with her.broth, of Jacksonvillewas Mrs. Louis Torruella and Miss .:Jtjage, and :Mrs. A. Adkins re- r. \1 ,I ")''r
here the first
; of
I carson Grlffls of highland was a ford. ;if. ., er-In-law.and slater :Mrn and Mrs* his the week visiting Carldad Torruella of New York Cityspending turn d home,Sunday evening from l, ('1'' \ '
r L grandparents Mr. and
business. .visitor, : here. .Wednesday. :Mrs. R.F Nolan and children L R. T. Oateen. :Mra.Rj-M. are: onto time with Mr.. .\week-end visit In Jacksonville : :" i' : i
> of Sparkman.
Mr. and Mt R. S. Torroella at their home with :
Johns of Lake, near :Mr. and MVJ. L. ee. ,
_, : i
MaxvlUe, I .
were visitors ,
her*:Wed Butler r gtarke, ''" :r ,
11, I, Mrs R. F.'rtowell of Lawtey was nesday. the were here Sunday visiting Jack Haile returned home Sun Ray lu. .Gelger of Given Co'vi 'r j'I''I''I'a. I r
IIU"r L visitor here'Monday afternoon. W. II.tatter's Green.parents, Mr. and Mrs. day night from Jacksonville, where Springs, owner of the Rachel, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and little Mrs.Dr.E.and S. :Mrs.Matthews H., B.., McLendon, "i ; ,
he Mrs D. E. "
Glen G. was a guest of his cousins, Mr. J
Searing spent the first Shoppe was! a prominent visitor ,
C Ip.la daughter Madge,are spending several Knight, Mrs. H. V. : i
o L. patten has been. spending of the week .in Atlanta, Ga., on Rev. and:Mrs.L. G. Knight.W. here Monday afternoon. in Knight Miss. I j '
Marvin days Jacksonville ,
!ark, Rgeve'ral days with friends In Euatla.I tmalneas. Franklin, Dr.-T. W. with their Hazel Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. H... ]
" ,! Walker, Dr. and Mrs. Felix R. Hill T. Holzendorfwho la spending Mr. daughter and sister respectively, H.,Young. Mrs. E. M. Davis,"Theo- ; lit 4 'i. ,
qa of Jacksonville and :Mrs. Hill'smother and; Mrs. Thomas A. Turner Mrs. M. C. Stith. who has been seriously lore,Young and Merrill Futch ,r ,
' I'
Townaend of Lake several were
I W Butler Mrs. Lois : weeks! at Marianna and two '
Johns has sons of Bronson '' "
gone to Mrs. Schoffern of spent ill in a Jacksonville bospi.tal In Gainesville .''
qI |was a prominent* visitor here Mon- relatives.Paragrould. Ark.', .for a visit ,with Mich.,>Iwere guests Friday of Niles Mr., day wbeer In Starke he la employed with his wife spent at their Sun- Sunday in Starke, with.;Mr. Turners but has recovered sufficiently hear Marlon Tailey:Monday, concert evening artist to ij I ''It' '

ij I day. -L and Mrs. L. A. Davis. home on Road 23.. I Turner.parents Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brentwood.to be removed to her home, in .au sing 1torlum.at the University of Florida ';.;!1'1''I}' .'..!: I '" .

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Tip sxowoalFT Plain or S.IC. 12 Lbs: 24 Lbs. i
Top Grocery

I I AND 7 AUTOMOBILES 10 Pounds __45c

Simply for naming silverware II- YOUR Sri

Iwttratrd'size nc.oupolJ'.every sack SPECIALS Two Weeks BIG SALE Coconut, pkg. _? -.. '.--, ..
LARD rI "' .. .
I " j
Gold Medal I Flour"Kitchentested"
4 Pounds :'28 c
---- ---
Palmolive I Soap, B ar.. l
MAXWELL HOUSE Prepared Mustard, Jar
24 Lbs. 12 Lbs. 3 For __ 7c .CompM.. *fn.yonnalie '
._ et B w quick mixer.
$1.10 59c ." pint.r.os lp
Ask V. For Details BAKINGCHOCOLATE Pound _____27c Tomato Soup, can ___ _? .
*N 85 VALUE rok

/ Can Mackerel for_____,,-____
Libby Potted Meat, each.

PRODUCELb., lOc .RICE I __ _
Oil .
Sardines, can____<._j

Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs.___25c PURE GROUND OAT FLAKES, Package 5cMacaroni 5 Pounds .1_(..____22c ,Old Homestead Vanilla,';bottle

LETTUCE, Each._____7&cj if1
j CELERY Large7Yze COFFEE or Spaghetti, 7-oz. pkg.___ Sc TALL CAN Pint- Vinegar --------__ _._ ;, ti

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ORANGES Dozen,______5c 2Lbs ,. Spinach, Buff, can___.. *... ? .
._________25c BROWN SUGAR, 3 Pkgs,. -.. -,-----25c MILK I
Sweet Potatoes, lbs.15c
ONIONS, 3 Iba ________12c1Lb. ALL. HOURS Hi-Plane' TOBACCO, 3 cans..._,,-:":". ___25c 3 For ---______.::17c: Mother's CHINA OATS; Large ,.25c .t
.Vanilla WAFERS__15c -
Beautiful I Yellow' Bananas COFFEEPound: All Brands SNUFF, 3 cans____._..,,.>'-
4 Lbs. ________ _15c 19c Salt, 3 pkgs.
-- ? -------- BORAX 1-Lb. : CHEESEPound ----------- "
Pkg. __1_____? : ---::15c.
Lemon Vanilla Ext.
____-____17c or ; a
: 16-oz, Bottle Syrup______

Watch them thrive on it! Bell Bread,, SMOKED Lye Hominy, No. 2% can-

'; BACON Tender Peas, No. 2 can..__.

WV. Pound -- --,- _122c O..K. Powder, 5 pkgs._.,
the bread with
Vitamin B..gives No. 2 Can Be ,

> 8-oz. -_- -- uh ,
# HAMS od-s: '
Flat Can : >
mor'rooraue' tG'
: Pound ... lOc No.2CanCarroto
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Jersey Creamery Relish, 10 oza. .._ _, ,. .. .. ... Y ;

BUTTER' Salad Dressing, 10 ozs. :::": : ;,:, :.. '. j

Pound ? __27c Gold Coin BREAKFAST CON, Lb. 21c | '


{ Y. t Nature's own Vitamin,B-99% ,': No. 2 Cans, 3 for:_25c! Charmer Coffee, can__,.,..._ ,1

I more of the essential minerals-I Corned Beef, can ?__ .. ?,__

more milk-and better'bakilzgl.' ,. 0 X Y DOL Gorton's Codfish Cakes: .
rVUIE Vitamin B in Bell Bread acts )4. : 2 Pkgs. for, .__.__6cMUSTARD .Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 cans

JL directly to stimulate children's 4 Bars Giant P&G Soap., _
them and .' 1'- '
making grow gain '
'height! ''normally. The vital mineral No..2 Can Sliced PineapplePhillips :

u salts which Bell Bread supplies so Quart _, lOc Veg. Soup, 2 cans: .' ,.
richly, build .strong bones and sound
teeth. The rich milk we put into Bell RIITER'S'DelMonte en Peas, N o. 2 an.

soa o{ s Bread adds directly to its nutritional DelMonte Asparagus,''No. 2 can:..... '

> x value.And the way we bake Bell Bread PORK and! BEANS 2-Lb. pkg. Seedless Raisins___..,-- .' 4

takes all these extrt.t' ch food elements 2 Lbs. Bulk Prunes
.tFi 4 Cans i ---------- -:
._ ... ,_ 7 C -+ 1
aM Y and prepares them perfectly for quick -- .OOJ Qt. Sweet Pickles _,-______..,_.;:,:1ViUt. rt/. r

1 '0 ruts useS by the body!That's why Bell Brea' GOOD 5-STRING Pekoe Tea .--.._-.--JL..L.,'' u '

S has more food value. ._ ; Clabber Girl Baking Powder 2 cans,
Bell Bread stays fresh longer, and BROOM

1.1 kY'4*s < makes grand toast. The whole family New SYRUP, Gallon Can t
# 4 I> x? will be asking for more the first day Each ._ .35c ..... 45c

E._ t they taste id I Look for the tidy red YOUR CHOICE

white-and-blue Bell Bread wrapper. BEST. FOODS

At your grocer's-fresh today. And Navy Beans, 5 ibs.___, ,
t1 'every daylVitamin Northern Beans, 5 Ibs. '

1Z11c M '\ '' B works wonders with -I'ta.: __.- -tOO 15c B.E. Peas, 5 Lbs___ __

1 a s ; : underweight children Pts.
_. ._ 25cLuscious
.,. -- Lima Beans,4 Ibs. ,
M t ; In a scientific test among 46 school children
y w. of Berkeley California, every child gained FlavorNUCOA Octagan Soap, 10 for....
remarkably..when given bread enriched, '. .
with"t'Vitamin B. Full.report on request;. Chi pSO, 4 for___-_.-_ ;

Ivory Soap, 4.for -, -_

E' .r- Dime Brand Milk 2 cans. ... I 1,

:'" s Salmon, 2 large cans _______ .
Table Peaches, 2 no 2% can"It. 1 ,

18-oz. Postum! Cereal. "_.._.. _
__ S'"a Peanut Butter 2 I6w.j.__..__ > ?

+ Pint Queen Olives _____...___ a .

ti Pound -k-. .- .''ISc Pickled Peaches, No. 2J/ can. .r "'

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"t ft Bradford High School Journal].




We are going to give a person HIGH SCHOOL

ality sketch of each of the Seniors Twelfth Grade-Lester Austin, SOPHOMORES!
to the Beat Interest of In this and following Issues of the Jessie Mae Dennison, Mildred Din- -

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL' B. H. S. Journal kins Henry Godwin, Carolyn Hut-

+ Students Patrons and Alumnae. Lois Adkins Is the "lovely" to, Louise! Jackson, Lois Long, Mlsa Fernandez's Home Room *b
4, daughter of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Beatrice Miner, Sinclair Peek, hlblta Talent In Skit! And

1 EDITORIAL STAFF Adklns. Lois was born In Starke, Elena Prather, Mary Pearce, Pau. Songs

i to be exact, May 15, 1917, at 438 line Priest, Alta Rahme, Marjorie -

h Kitty to..4E4Itor.ln-Cbl.f 1 North Walnut Street. Lois hall al- Stump, Dorothy Swanbon, Annie The Sophomores of Miss Pernul

Dorothy 8appAtit. EdItor-ln-Chlef ways attended B. H. S. She will Laura Tucker, Ruth Zelgler, Rho- dez's room had charge of our renj

w_ 8. R. JohneMana..lnlr: Editor always remember the time that da Zelgler, Lois Adkins, George lar assembly program In the hSl
7 1 is Bumtor Harl.-Aut.- Managr. Editor Miss Ollle tapped her hand with a t Arwool, Bunnie Canova, Idell Clem- school auditorium Friday on uj

i Lola Loeg.Excbang.. Editor ruler. She Is a blonde and has CM: ons, Carlle Faulkner Kathryn third period, 'and It must be ai\
Dorothy Marwick.-A...t. Ex. Editor brown eyes. She Is "sweet sixteen"and ; Haynes; Kitty Hogsed, Marguerite that they came through with flytaj
._._ Editor tf )
Louise J ck on. r ry !
has never been kissed. ( T) She
I It Prevatt Richard Thede. Mrs. colors (there Were
k Louisa Snyder, Aiat. Literary Editor e. Y aI quite a fnl
Lester Sehnell-____Sport Editor has a most pleasing personalityand Long and Mra. Carpenter, sponsors blackface skits, you see),
la witty. As time draws
Leslie Bias*__.A.t. Sports Editor very u aeet Eleventh Grade Jessie Mae
i Lois Adklns_..___Society Editor near for her to graduate she wishes ,V Brannen, Frances Cadman, Robert First was'a song by the schOOl
( Henry Godwin____.-Jok. EditorA. that she did not have to leave. ,( 7 Chapman, Francis Cotton, Melvl "Dixie Land, led by Mrs. Wall
W.Anderson Jr., A..t. Joke Editor Maybe this Is because a certain L. N Crosby, Merrill Edwards, Joe Ed- Next came a skit, "Hello, Ckj,

1 't Lester Autlln_____.______n.porter Junior boy will be here next year. / wards,'Leecy Fogg, Myrna Frink, geous," featuring John Godwin anl
if M1"r Ent.rtalnmsntMartha She likes: "Bobby," to sing, yeast Marie Thede as the boy and girl\I IIt
I Frink Francis
Myra Hemingway,
Brownlae._________Beport.rPrimary cakes, tennis, to sit in the swing wall a series of clever jokes en.
and ElementaryFEES I Blake Jackson, Dorothy Marwick,
in her back yard-I wonder why?' cuted by an indignant young lajjand
i. tQ Carrie Belle Norman, Ronald Pitts, .
l Dislikes: "Chemistry," Current Ras an anxious
--l gentleman.
,, Martha Powell, Dorothy Sapp,
Events, Greta Garbo.
.' r+ 'r Louise Snyder, Callfe Strickland, Another skit, "Jlatrin:
rte I know that you have been told e. r v .r ...,p, Anita Wainwright, M. E. Wynn.- Bumps," depicted a lady who Wl)!
i and reminded many times "Not to George Franklin Arwood was ..lCba Ate Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Howard, determined to return to moUmf

Fop' e forget your fees," and that you are born seventeen years ago In Birmingham sponsors. and a husband who was afraid i Ih!

tired of hearing about them, but Ala., a big-hearted, big- Tenth Grade (Miss Fernandez-) wouldn't, was ably played by Hupl
I these fees must be paid or else-. headed, blue-eyed baby-a boy. Incidentally A. W. Anderson, Jr., Audrey Hall, Walters and 'Vonda Inman. Tht

t r There are the library fees that when George hears" e Alice Royster, Ivan Sponholtz, Marie lady's mind was changed when,t
i ? must be paid to receive credit or strains of "Birmingham Jail, he Thede, Dorothy White, W. N. the two were standing at the depot
still insists that Its rightful title Is
1 Nr even rerelve your report card. Johns, Lillian Sternberg, Elaine arguing, the girl's mother got i
:Maybe that I la the reason for some "Home, Sweet Home. George Wynn, Ruth Tomlinson. the train to spend a spell wit

not paying this fee, for they are transplanted his place of abode to Ninth Grade (Mr. Larson-) them.

( not very anxious to carry their Lawtey eight years ago, and likes Marjie McMillan, Oleta Smith, Lois
card home. Then there Is the typing hip present home fine. Among his Judd Alvarez Irene Marie Thede then played a |p
Virginia Davis C
r fee that Is past due. This must likes may be listed jokes, Industrial Arthur Swanson Arlie ular solo.
be paid or you will not be able to Geography, swimming, riding hoRs Eula Mae
t'1''L 4 type or receive credit. Last but around !in his torn-down truck, guitar Dyle. The next In a series of skits W
//4" Eighth Grade (Mrs. : "Walt'Il You See :Man Man"
I not least la the Glee Club fee for music and drinking (water) Bynum Perkins wit
) each semester. If you have not (P. S.?: Georgia has a weakness I for )-Billy Long, Edna Pearce, June Whitfield playing the part a

of"y ?F paid them do so right away, for If women.) Some of his dislikes are RoseweU Nogel, Aria Tillman, Mrs. Fotilla Battleaxe, Moball''

you fall to do so your name will be the blues, demerits, and a certain Y Frances Lee Peek, Carol White, L. wile, and with Liberty Whitflel

+ j ? removed from the roll. How sadtTola little blond girl (T). He plans to bea r.l KMOTMOU!. lit T.- FLoofL O. Jones, Lillian Stump. representing Mrs hiatus: Que 1 1sey.

4= L i la breaking my heart telling bookkeeper when he grows up- Seventh-A Grade. (Miss Hazel Nubbin's better half. The p

g awl ;you all this, but the fees must be which he'll probably do in about Middleton)-A. Z. Adkins Jr., waa woven around the desire oft
paid! fifty .summers t ---- Dorothy Boulware, Clara Flume, ladles to show off their husb
ti Sidney Griffin, Gloria Johns, Audra but all seemed disappointed In I
James Lester Austin was born BRADFORD BOYS' I Gossip From A To Z; PEACE LEADER IS Bula Phillips, N. T. Ritch Jr., Do- end, since the hubbies were

M}' Vi FROM THE EXCHANGE eighteen years ago in Mlddleburg, shia Smith, Mellle Silcox, Willa sleepy and Indolent they could|
Florida, a plump, bashful baby boy. TEAM DEFEATS I After reading a few of the HONORED VISITORAT Mae Thornton, Louanna Harney. show off to any advantage.The .

1"l k ); The following waa taken from In 1927 be moved to Lawtey wherehe WALDO 17 TO 16 Whirlwind papers I would like to LOCAL SCHOOL Seventh-B Grade (:Mrs.: R. F.
{ the Inverness "Whirlwind": concluding number of
vital thank them for that if -
now resides. He ia a cog saying we Demorest-Robert Blair, Ralph
"Up at Starke they are putting machine I ever saw Idea in their DuBois program was a few numbers by ti
? { In the B. H. S. Journal an paper Jewett Fogg, Mary Harriet
} P, out a dandy little school paper, having charge of the Entertainment Close Victory Come After Locals and wanted to copy it we were wel- Rev. J. W. Van Kirk Is Well ]Bishop, Shirley Geary Lorraine "Darktown Shutters' Quartet!
f The Bradford High School Journal Department. Among his Rally To Come From come to it. We appreciate it andI Known As Leader In World Hartman, Doris Silcox, Doris four negro singers, featuring A.w|

k ,' published in the Bradford many likes may be listed playinghis Behind must say that they have some Unity Strickland, Billy Taylor Geraldine Anderson, Billy Saunders, Cha
5 County Telegraph. We enjoy readIng Morgan and Woodrow HolIInp
guitar, singing cowboy songs, good. ones. About that "Get together Tillxnan.
d"r it every week." criticising others, classroom puns, The Tornado basketball team stuff," let's do it. We, Rev. J. W. Van Kirk of Youngs- worth. Woodrow was the

We thank you, Hampton Dunn. brunettes, and going to church. His won a thrilling victory from the through thla paper, extend to you town, Ohio, has done more to promote ELEMENTARY GRADESAll show, his tactics being almost Ida
"k All kind words are appreciated. fast- Valdo'Tlgrers FrIday.afternoon at invitation "To and world than other tical to the character he was i
few dislikes include dates, dill an come up see peace any of the Elementary Honor
rJ Concerning the Editor's convention pickles, jazz music, and late hours Waldo. The Tornadoes staged a us sometime."'" Any time will do- one man. Roll was not printed last week. The resenting plump black. Mai
t' we think it is a grand Idea o'clock He splendid comeback after the end of set the date. We Thede played the accompanin
(from one to four ) just really He has been around the world following were omitted:
I .too. plans to enter the profession of the first quarter, when the score mean it. three times attending League of Fifth Grade (Miss Eunice Perkins Mr. Gray then took charge of tl
writing for a living-that of au- stood 11 to 2. Nations and all conventions for )-Garnetta Hubbard
M M'i We ace that. the Seniors of Citrus Gladys proceedings, and delivered the (c
A TRIBUTE horahlp, when he passes the twen- At the end of the half, Waldo High School have the privilege of ward In world peace. Ho is now Johnson, Carolyn Keen, Frances tomary series of announcements I

y-flrst milestone.Eighteen still held a slight edge over the getting out of school for a perioda going to schools In the United Overstreet, Gadie Prince, Harold

(, The outstanding characteristics Tornadoes. day if they desire. We have a States making speeches on world Bishop, Edward Barnes, Leonard Jackson
Barefoot Do
tp'I v"t ,.of the pupils In Bradford High years ago, on July 6, a In the third quarter Waldo wilted privilege; thatls, -we march to and peace. He has visited three thou- Smith, Irvin Tillman, Jack Halle. i.Brown, Gloria Buford Ethel, C
a School la their sympathetic atti- little baby girl was born to Mr. before the Tornado attack led from chapel. ,sand schools. He made a very In- Fifth Grade (Miss Annie Mae man, Ida Lulu Davis DIx

tude towards the teachers and others and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee at their by Torode. The score stood 17 to Let's all co-operate with the I treating speech In our school last Pearce)-Louise Sterna, Melvin Dorothy Lee Johns Alvertlne, Mary Jo!

); pupils. Loyalty to the school country estate near Starke. She 16 in the-visitors' favor.In Juniors. They are sponsoring a week. Wiggins, Le Etta Corpening, Julia Son, Katherine KInlaw, Sara Sew

and to their ideals placed before was named Martha Elizabeth andIs the last quarter the score be- series of shows to make money ao He made an original flag for all Winkler, Billy Grtffla. ell, Barbara Snow Clarice, Thom
{+ them Is the keynote upon which now a charming young lady with came a tie until Torode made the : nations and wrote a song for.In. Fourth Grade (Mrs. Herbert ,
the success of our school Is found lore. ternatlonal Peace and Union. Hart)-Billy Boulware Donald
i light brown curly hair and large last two points with a looping field Du- First Grade (Miss L. B. Shc|
'ed. I have been very much im gray eyes. Martha is very ambitious goaL This shot defeated the Tl- It is lots of work aa we had it to Bois, Enos Hayes, Joe Allen Lan- ard-Lloyd Tillman,, Berta
t pressed during the eight years that ; anyone would have to be to go through with last year. So come The Gaelic language Is used as der, Geraldine Silcox, Carrie Belle George, Collette Green, Ag
( I have been here, with the spirit intend to major in Physics in col- gers.The on everybodyflet's give them our an everyday tongue by more than Bennett. Hubbard, Bobby Biggs, Be
of friendliness that seems to prevail lege. She has been cheer leader In lineup and points scored follow beat support. 10,000 persons living on Cape Bre- Third Grade (Mrs. Grace Wain. Hayes, Jessie Mae Byrd Raym

throughout our school. B. H. S. for the past three years. i We are very*glad that Miss Lena ton Island, Nova Scotia. I wrlght)- Joe Andrews, Richard Norman.
(One of series of Interviews with Maybe this accounts for the fact Harley ((2)), forward; Overstreet, Belle Sheparduone of our faculty, .
s High School teachers. This one that ) Is of the best alto fordward' ; Shuford ((4)), center; Td-
site one Is r
) up again af Jer"* very severe ill
[ was with Mrs B. Perkins.) singers In Glee Club. She Is a very rode (8), guard; Futch ((6)), guard. ness. :$' LOOK HERE= FR.ENOS.4n 1

good; swimmer and dancer. She Skating Is becoming, quite a fad ;

I HEARD- likes, "New Boys candy, to go to BRADFORD GIRLS now. Seniors, Seniors, what will

,1......r.. Gainesville, fraternities and Phys you do next Bicycling: Is tryingto
IE. ; ics. This young lady is a very modest DEFEAT WALDO become a fad too but it seems DOLLAR
Several school students attended SAVING
,> the high dance at the Woman'sClub she said one that as she site has had no no dislikes.dislikes-, FRIDAY BY 32-25 row that one we-cannot never steal mind, find we are or bore just OFFER !

M Friday night Everyone
waiting for the chance. So If any
; lei a very enjoyable time, mainly because Bunnie Canova was born In the Rally In Last Half After Impotent of you children (Juniors) loose a I

S Rabbit Robbins and his orchestra ,metropolis of Bradford County, Start Play Lake Butler bicycle Just see Lola A., Lois L., .By Special Arrangements with .... .Beading. MacazfotM of the

Miss was Vera very Claire good.Robinson of :'Starke, on Walnut Street. Although Tuesday Night Marjorie, or Kitty, and I am sure Country W. Brine. You the Btcc.*t Bargain of AU Time .
Y her real name Is Eunice Elizabeth, will find It.BRADFORD.
4o, :Apopka spent the week-end with 'since she was eleven years old she The Starke girls' basketball you Subscription To 3 Famous Magazine with A New or Renewal

Bunnie Canova has been called "Bunnie." She has team conducted themselves admir- Order for This Newspaper.
ro, Lola Adkins PUPILS
spent Saturday and :always made Starke her home. ably last Friday at Waldo. In the -
1 Sunday In Gainesville with her I Bunnie Is a brunette with large first quarter Starke seemed to bea SEE INDICATIONS ALL4ONLY---
icouain, Margaret
brown eyes. She has a pleasing little weak but gradually regained -
A large crowd of enthusiastic B. personality and la a popular member strength until the last quarter ADVANCEMENT:
H. S. students followed the basket- CHOOSE 1
> of the graduating cla s. Although ended with victory for Bradford ...!i_:-
ball teams to Waldo after- '
grw4 noon. I heard that everyone Friday had Bunnie Is not on the B. H. High, 3225. Additions To8chool! Both In De- 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00
S. Journal staff she' haa been a Improve
Our forwards seem to be
,a very good time. prtmentAnd Pupils, AreSign 2 Magazines From Group "B"
I valuable assistance and Is the editor but
ng slowly surely.
:Milton Brownlee spent the week- .Cl f Progress ) J jiAnd
end of one of our most popular col- The next game on schedule la InLake
with his pareuts, :Mr. and :Mrs.:
umns. She likes: A certain Law-
Butler We
J.' M. Brownlee. Tuesday night. Bradford High School .la surely
; "Design for Living" waa recently lay boy, to eat, to answer questions hope to see quite a few supportersfrom growing. Thla. yearla memorablethe Tins NZIVSPAPCR ((1 Full Year) f WHY PAYMORE
In History (when she's studied the Starke there.
; shown at the Rita Theatre. Several largest graduating class In ?
t (,
lesson), to take off her shoes, to
students had the privilege of seeing the school history and an appreci-
be teased by Sullivan. She dislikes: DID YOU KNOW TlIAT-
this well known picture. able addition to the buildings. dec-
Spinach,quarelllng,writing themes. Your Choice of Any One Y
Your Choice Two
i 1 Any
Wednesday the Junior class trio light are being put Into all of .
; sponsored "Sitting Pretty" with The Sophomores are turning out the rooms (so the students will be Magazine In This Group Magazines In This Group
Y Sullivan Rhyon Carter was born '
to be comedians T
Jack Oakle at the Ritz. This mon- 19 In S. : able to study on rainy days), The I'. GROUP A sr GROUP
Is to be used to entertain the years ago There wasn't any practicing this stage win be' elevated several :
ey '
c., a big husky fuzzy-headed infant Q MagashMu.O .. .,...rYr. Q Better Homes V
Seniors. More power to you, Jun- boy. Before coming to Starke week rSomebody Inches and we hope to be able to W_lID.' Home "Compel Yr. I ID Garden . 1yr
iors. got dose of use It for Commencement, and Woman World I
Sullivan lived for a time In DcLand.. a quinineoff HctorlalScreenPlay.BdarI Yr. yr
of Mr. thereby have the standing HouMhold 17r
where his football ability which Carpenter's gum-drop highest C ..: ..,.,..1 Yr. c la Magazine
tree? Senior ever beheld in this schools Ncedlecnft .
t Reminescences reached maturity hero this year And we also hear about a gymna- f D Hollywood If.vleD 1laf I Yr. Good Stories 1 yHr
originated. His likes Include practical The Juniors rponnored "Sitting sium. Opea Red (Boys)-'Yr. C. Country Home 2 JfIC
Let us see what the class of 1922 jokes, athletic. and sports, Pretty- Wednesday, Feb. 14 r Pedl1lacler (Wkly) _lYG ( C Succewful Farmtog 1,r
i Is doing: and plenty of sleep. It has been Both boyr taut girls' basketball D Progressive Farmer '. 2 JfI4JJI.1Jfff
w Paul E. 'Canova-Popular business rumored also that Sullivan possesses towns woo the game with Waldo LAST BONTTTE FLASHES 1B 'ira C Tow Agrlculturbc -wTHRU
man of Starke. He married And Choice 01 Any 0.
acute fillings tor dancing Vrldayf The stage la going to be lifted: .
ba ''Ml a Gladys Flowers. They have and girls ("Blrdy" In parUeutor) Marl ThJ baa the measles? I,In other ,words "the ,auditorium'sface" : Of ALL4\ :.#i.il.'" Afdushie fn Gr A t

? one attractive young son. I and .la devoted to boon and par (We hop they don't break out in is to be'lifted. Everyone Is THREW IN ALL

Margaret Godwin i -Married : ent. Among b... taw dUUIuta may school) anxiously awaiting the results.Let's s
ii dank Keglster. They have one attractive be listed quarreling and argulag. The Seniors rr R t
I finally got off the hope that the stage will be tNfst IS. CJea ; ,...,
1' little daughter. They are He doesn't plan to attend college order for their Invitations and able to hold the Seniors at gradu r.
now residing in Jacksonville Flor unless he becomes an athletic cards TThe I ation. .
I boiaw .... .
yiesaa wag .*
4 L ida.Louisa coach. His strongest ambition Juniors are having the privi- EM Ore sagaThere
', Fernandez-Died In 1920. however, .ia to pilot a monarch of lege of marching out of assembly I The acoustics of the auditoriumare are no string attached to thus boekJ with a yew's Mhssdndem. te year swpape,

i, ) Nellie Stearns-Married Waas the air-to become a "Llndy." after the Seniors T being tested. The Girls Glee offtrl. Every magarin Illbeca pd.u

fW& Praetorlus., Florida.They are living In Cocoa (Continued It Is just two and one-half Club Is being used In the test:They wffl be filled exactly a* repnetntd.Nam.,. -- .
moatha until school Is out? certainly made a good choice In
Adlne Watson-Married Horace Radio waa first used .. II of .TtbSCZI i Loa "
on ship The typewriters are wearing obtaining volume." any your ere rentwala Maw.
kh l Wilson, a lawyer. board July 20-32, 1899. on the Fly. out?!' "- the tine will be property ex- or R.F.D. '

Earl Roberts-He is a practicing lag Huntress which waa reporting There will be lots of bookkeepers The B.. H. S. Journal la enteringthe .

physician ,at, Jacksonville Beach. the Klngsworth regatta for a Dub-" looking for work at the. end of state contest. for.the beat school t/ftde Taw and Stat, .
I* married,
j n,' ..', (. '\.."'\;' w*y newspaper., "'i'".,..'"1.\:.,','':.''' N\-; Mf''" t .,
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MRS. ELIZABETH MARTIN Cot. Charles A. Lindbergh personally t I
Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza presented the American !

I + Do You Know + beth Martin 66, wife of the late Museum of Natural History with

W. W. Martin, who died at the more than 300 articles of equip-

'ij residence of her daughter Mrs. N. ment used in his recent world air

M. Daniel, in Plant City Wednes- tour.

Thy word u a amp> nun my fed, nJ a light into ay nth.-Pialn 119:105.: day night after a long illness, waa *) '

held Friday morning at 10:00: The largest water Illy farm in

3iiiX bl pf 31tsu. All rellctous teaching doctrine or o'clock at the First Baptist Church the United States la at Kenllworth.D. ,
I 1? creed if they are to have any claimon in Plant City.Interment C.; It contains twenty-four
= the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with constructed from More than
pounds seven 6Oecholsei
L of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into fold and crevice was made In the fam-
tMchinffS every r
1 the human heart and of whom it war Mid in John 7:40."NEVER MAN ily plot In Hopewell cemetery. acres of marsh land and seventy- 4'1 Havana filler- iA i//
rsAY PAKE LIKE THIS' MAN." She is survived by a daughter !five kinds of water lilies are raised. ;" plua other choice lam
Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this de- tid Mrs. N. M. Daniel; one Bon, W. _u" or., .. .. u. 111 ported' tobacco ....a
xt;'ft Clarence Martin of Chicago; two LgI teaceaDduomaCoaDdonI.
RF.s'OIQ eot for new) of church activities, organization and announce
Spaoe freely given and no charge made-the only requirement brothers, C. H. Bugg of Plant City ., IB higher priced 4'' 1 p f'dE + ,
ota. I
that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning and W. L.. Bugg of Hampton; three ATLASThe cicara .ihai'a JOHN

' 4.rte. or erwlll! they cannot be handled for current (Mue.iRKB t aa'C a T'Y: .2 P'L half-brothers. W. S. Bugg, Jr.. C. J. RUSKIN standard of '

\nd -' 3ugg and C. A. Bugg all of Hope- value! hr
S well, and one half-slater Mrs. npyRrJ ;+ S : 1
[. CHURCH DIRECTORY sins be forgiven thee. And behold, Sib George Cassells of Hopewell, and Standard Oil Don't be misled br ;1 .

certain of the scribes saidthisman her step-mother Mrs. Battle B. old dm brand ; 1t

"emu" ,I Ion First Baptist Church blasphemeth. And Jesus said, b I L I IZti ::1 Bugg, also of Hopewell. Tire GuaranteedOne "marked down to

., ev J. J. Johnson, pastor. whether is easier to say, Thy sins I Se."JOHN RUSKIN 1rIs

''Ce hili, 5unday School-10:00: A. M. be forgiven thee; or to say. Arise ri NOTICM TO APPEAR YearFrigidaire the mfy cigar giving 'S, MI '
tb"a Horning Worship-11:00: A., M. and walk?-Then Ball He to the In the name of the state of Florida", : v

MilifiytJ i. r. P. U.- ::30 P. M. sick of the palsy. Arise, take up that It appearing certain cause by affidavit In the flied Circuit In NN..NNNl+1 b,' you for your full 5 1933 cent value tr .'

) veining Worship-7:30 p M. thy bed and go into thine house Court, Twenty-Hlxth Judicial Circuit 4t
And he arose and departed to hts in and for Bradford County, Florida, Try few '
a toSchool r J .. cordial invitation extended to in Chancery, entitled. Horace Ix>rlmerIhoade a today. 7 r
[there services. house. [ *, complainant va. CharlotteBlxler You will enjoy every I Iy
HhottUen, defendant, and the
((8))) "There came a certain ruler relief prayed 'for being; a divorce; puff.
ChriHtlan Church and worshipped Him, saying that the defendant. la a resident of a
'alL>. Got! The Vine and the Branches" will My daughter is even now dead: but State to-wit or, the Country City of other Long than island Florida, State, the three year guar- '' tare The 1 ln
i the subject of the sermon next come and lay thy hand upon her of New York, and In over the age of */; Band .
:111 QJd / at 11:00 a.m. and she shall live And Jesus twenty-one year. and that there In ,
: ,
nday no peraon In the State of Florida. anted electric refrigerator _
gin\\ "Seeing the Unseen" at 7:30: ).m. and followed him, and so did His service upon whom would personally %AtnWat Redeemable y,
''9 ea.'g .] bind said defendant.IT .
is And when Jesus k
[Holy Communion celebratedery disciples. came 3.v. :
' IS ORUJSRRD, that .
the defendant
lathrlmoal Lord's Day morning: andIs ,into the ruler's house, He went In, Charlotte Blxler. Rtioada, appear
communion feast every mem- and took her by the hand and the to the Hill of Complaint on the 2nd
maid w nx, day of April, A. D. 1H84. otherwlne a For sale bySmith's
|r should attend in obedience to arose. .decree. pro confetiim will be entered
COW d's Word in Heb. 10:24-26: and (9)) "And behold a woman, which .against her for her failure to appear. '

nothe bts 20:7.: was diseased twelve years, came Ih.A, Graff". N..rowl ..1...",.' order It la be further published OKDKHEU.. once a week that thl.for

aid Bti. lAll are invited to come. behind Him, and touched the hem lobsters so four consecutive weeks In the Bradford Service
in Nova Scotia they claim to be able to hypnotize
W, E. DAUGHERTY Minister. of His garment,-But Jesus turned THAT County Telegraph, a newspaper
' Hugtleq they will stand 4n their head? The above photograph Is submitted of general. circulation published In BEST AN'Bl 8ESTCIGARVALUE
Him about and when Ha saw her aa proof. An expert writes on the gentle art of hypnotizing Bradford County, Florida..
Methodist Church He said, Daughter, be of good comfort lobsters as follows: "After elevating' the rear end and placing the Witness. my hand and the official
deal of Bald Court this the 1th day of Station
'depuot Rev. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor ; thy faith hath made thee lobster on Its head then with two fingers of the right hand If you February A. D. 1934.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. whole. Ant the woman was made are right handed or with the left hand If you are left handed, run up A. J. THOMAS I.Lewte Caav ait*.Ca.......Heirark.N.J,. L1 +,
: and down the back ahell of the lobster with a soothinG stroke.' Stroke Clerk of the. Circuit Court,
I Ill Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. whole from that hour. Hradforil County, Florida. Starke] Fla.
for about one minute and then move aWoy. The lobster will then Q. I PATTKN, QAtNESynXB CANDY CO. 4
((10)) "And when Jesus departed *
Young People's Meetlng8:30M. : "
remain standing on .It. head for several minute. Solicitor for Complainant.
thence, two blind men followed l-95t3-| | .... _'_._'_'_L. .. _,-., GalneavUI Flaw Distributer
1 Evening Worshlp--7:30 P. M. Him, crying and saying, thou son I

of David, have mercy on us. Jesus I

Presbyterian Church salth unto them Believe ye that I I

tB' Rev. George H. Lowry, Minister. am able to do this?' They said unto RISING SAXTON
vm Him Yea, Lord. Then touched He I I I A
Services next Sunday as follows: .
, W. A. Cor.
rhalfdtfl art 10.00: A. M.-Sunday School T. their eyes saying: According to i Mr, n. M. Mcfla, .... Tyler,

Williams, acting superintendent. your faith be it unto you. And
-saon Topic ."Jesus's Power to their eyes were opened." A community shower was givenat Mr. and Mrs. Ed Courson and )

ePa elp" scripture text Matt. 9113.: ((11)) "They brought to Him a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Mrs. W. R. Swambon left Thursday wjqrnaipj7i7jTh77A4)

piof 11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; ; dumb man possessed with a devil, ter Underhill Tuesday evening in for a visit In Fort Myers. +

anon by the pastor; theme "Can And when the devil waa cast out token of love and sympathy for Rev. and Mrs. J. K. Degalia of t '
ban tan Cast Out Satan?" the dumb spake: and the multi- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis who lost Jacksonville were visiting her *! i-V-.i f \ /

n 6:30: P. M.-Christian Endeavor; tudes marveled, saying it was never their home by fire recently.J. mother, Mrs. E. L. Hicks, Sunday how wbqderTuI fUnrixict

reulda iplc for discussion "How to Masr so seen in Israel." W. Buddlngton and daughter. Herman Garrett of Starke waa a '
Temptation." ((12)) "And Jesus went about all Gwendolyn and Mr. and Mrs. H. visitor in our section Sunday "'*'. /; ,i

7:30: P. :M.-Evening Worship; the cities and villages, teaching in M. McRae and children, Owen and Bradle Collins of this section and 21 1 ,

f9Cy I ng and sermon; sermon topic their synagogues, and preaching Odessa, were visiting Eld. and Mrs. Miss Edna Thornton of Starke TisW r

Repeating Sin." the gospel of the kingdom, and W. E. Hall at Green Cove Springs were quietly married Saturday. "" ." VW/ '' "' ". 'V/lf* ..
rut A cordial invitation to all our healing every sickness and.\every Friday.. Their many friends wish them 5''I

A,iI brvlces extended to all. 1 I disease among the people." Mr. and Mrs. .W. R. Halslop? and much happiness.The Clll its beauty $

ramImp I Do yoU believe that Jesus per- son, Fred, spent Sunday wan Mr. revival meeting Is still run-

formed those miracles? and that and Mrs. J. S. Sapp in Gum Branch ning at the Church of God. Everybody t' 4r
SUNDAY SCHOOL Jesus waa the Son of God and section. is invited to attend these
spoke the truth when He said (Jno. services. L

idre 14:6): ), "I am the way, the truth Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and Hardie Taylor ,of Black Creek ,1 .-.-
LESSON daughter Doris, and Miss Ola Mae NI' 3. .
and the life: No man cometh unto was a visitor here Sunday.
1frose Andrews, all of Starke, were visit- -
the father but by me"? Mrs. Rosie Sumner was visitingher
ing ,.Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hersey
mother Mrs. A. C. Sumner
FEBRUARY 18 1031 .
. Sunday.Mr.
.rc here Sunday. b'5-- '
and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and ---I l

Subject: Jesus' Power to Help. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cabbage, kale kohl-rabi, brus- 1

Golden Text: "I will have mercy BOB JONES N. D. Green in Hellbronn section sels sprouts and cauliflower all I IJ IJ Ia
Dc ad not sacrifice; for I am not Sunday.Mr. came from wild cabbage.

Cola one to call the righteous, but sin- and Mrs. Elmer Hornsby and

u Printed era Lesson to repentance.portion Text. Matt.Matt.Matthew 8:1 9113.: to 9 9:13.),:34. ((1 OMMENTS ON visiting Floyd Saturday.Hornsby Mr. and, all Mrs.of W.Starke R. Halslop'were : ;; Ii -i!

Sex ;
Practical Truth: The Church HEREAM .
hould seek out the lost and not Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae J
HEREAFTER.The of Pine Level
, erely devote Its time to Chris- little daughter spent
jlansa, the week-end here with their par- J

Time and Place of Lesson: A. D. apostle Paul in his letter to ents.Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine
laII ; Capernaum. the Phllliplana tells the people to
Buddlngton, Miss Allie Harnageand
Chapters B, 6 and 7 of Matthew do what they have heard him say Arthur McRae were visiting 1f"a
et out the Sermon the Mount, him. 'I "
on and what they have seen In Misses Ltllie and Mildred McRae
r Christ's Code for Christian liv- That Is wonderful. Some people'slives Saturday jilght.Remember .
ng. Chapters 8 a d 9 are today's do not tally with their words.
service at Pine Level
r esson and contain a record of mlr- Blessed is the man who says In the
clew performed by Jesus, aa fol- things he does what he says with Church next Friday night. Come ..m
and hear the missionary from China -
owe : his tongue. I heard a great preach- fpRIDA{ ..
Korea and Japan. Everyone
((1)) "Behold there one time preach on unselfishness
came a leper
Is Invited to attend this meeting.Our Florida not only offers countless
nd worshipped Him, saying. Lord and then I saw him at the dinner school opened last you
f thou wilt thou canst make me table take the best piece of chicken
of and interest but 5t
Monday with Harmon beauty
Morgan, spots
lean. And Jesus put forth His and the best of all the food which ,
principal, and Miss Ruth Williams
and and touched him saying I waa passed. I waa young at the assistant. splendid roads that make them easily
ill; be thou clean. And immedi- time but it occurred to me that he UP TO TOOT wun fa w.rb-

tely his leprosy was cleansed." was not eating dinner like he MISSIONARY AT-PINE-LEVEL very nerve at high tension accessible. Add to this a climate that

E ((2)) "There came unto Him a preached-that morning.. Friday evening, Feb. 16, Eld. L. and* wonder. yon' euBrea.H a& the wife
e e at the is ideal for and trip
enturlan. beseeching Him, and O. Staunton missionary to Japan, Watch eat! Ovuwerk.d motoring, your ,
To show how inconsistent we
lying. Lord my servant lieth at you China and Korea, will speak at lead .. '
.tree. Oeml
above aaay **** the state will be a pleasure long I Ir
over t
I dictated the paragraph
lome sick of the are __ ...
palsy grievously Pine Level Church. Elder Staun- Narrou H h% Mar**
''onnented. And Jesus saith unto to my secretary and stopped and ton will tell of his work in those .. ]{atlBMtiN1 ... aIiI 1ft remembered. 4'Don't '
htm said, "That is pretty good. I have ....
I will come and heal him. And countries. Your are Invited to hear .
Jesus with unto the centurlan Goby preached lots of time against him. ... t.7 AlAII I IIIIIIf''

way; and u thou but believed, pride but when I say a good thingI _...... .lif: ... '1'......, go back North this Spring

can't help being proud of It,. so I WOTICB OH ADOPTIOWIm halt 1ft
BO be it
unto thee. And the servant .... ., .... lew a. without all the of
I talk and the Circuit c. Tw* T- ..... seeing beauty '
one preach
was healed In the selfsame hour suppose way ...... ....1.... Clmlt ., Florida == ;
((3) "And when Jesus was come another. !. sad ,.>r Bradford e..ty. MsMMa..u. t I'' N"
Oil dealer nc
.. Florida. Any Standard or
Into .
Peter's house, be saw his Notice I* b.reb"I.en that on the Dr. ... N.nkM Y _
wife's mother laid and sick of fever. An old preacher In Louisianasaid I4th day of February* A. D. 114. *>t waM bun I .. ... service-tallon will gladly furnish you
to me year ago. "Everybodyis 1:00: o'clock P. M., or a* soon thereafter = ,
And III" lid 'I'MIIIL tt
He touched her hand and a. can be heard, the undersigned L L ..
he fever left her:.and she arose conceited. We are all proud of Intend to apply to HonorableA. ...,_ .I 1 '" ...... with the new 1934 Florida RoadMap 4 i
and ministered unto them." something.". Then he told me the Z. Adklna, Judge of the Circuit tUMa* ,.........

((4)) "And when the even war story of an old man who was Court Circuit of of the Florida Twenty-alxth In and for Judicial Bradford beautifully printed in four
ome they Him known aa the most humble man bathe County, at his office In Starke,

ht were possessed brought with unto devils many; ande : community. On day a man Florida for an ,order or .wherever authorizing he may the then undersigned be-, t ,7// { { '' colors, that will show you the bes.t ,?

cast out the with His said to this humble old saint. "You to adopt J'ranoee Alderman all / \
word, and healed spirit all that were are a good man" The saint made minor. WHITE ( :NhkVJNhWake I J roads for a trip over the state. ,

Ick" I no response. "You have /good influence :: C. WHITE.! r .

((3): ) "And :Behold, there arose a ;. said the speaker. No re- 1-StlItlS-M/ r

Teat tempest la the sea Insomuch sponse from the old man. "You

hat the ship was covered with the are so gentle and kind." Still no

eves: but H* was asleep. And reply. "The thing about you that Bile ESSOLUBE, the modern hydro fined motor
its i disciples came to Him and appeals to all your neighbor I Is you Up Your Liver I oil, ha proved that It I I. the moat dependable

woke Him. saying Lord save us: are such and bumble man." The and ee llGlflk lubrication you can buy.

we perish. And He salth unto them. face of the old man lighted and he

Why'are ye fearful O ye of little answered, "Thank you so much. -Without# CalomelAnd k
laJthT Then He arose and re- This meant the old saint was proud GAti ,

buked the wind and the sea and of his humility. I CROWN STANDARD GASOLINE contain
; .i .....,. fneI ..
there You'll Jump Out of Bed If aids bite I 1. art pew
was a great calm ... actual added satl-knoek properllea, give '
said "What feed deenrt ..... I*J_ 'Im the
((6)) "There met Him two possessed It was Emerson who in the Morning Ravin to CoIf bowel. Gee Meet m row etn--.. Yes extra power and smoother performance fy
with devils coming out of you are speaks so loud I can't bear have a talek. tad hits sad year treat OL
the tombs, exceeding fierce-Bay- what you say" The more I see of yon feel sour and sunk and I* foul. .....ilen.. breaks .M to blaf said at no extra eo." .;
ing. I am convinced the world look punk don't swallow ...... Yem head. aeke. ...pee feel.denaad
What have to with the the world the more
do ,
we lot of salts mineral ea> Ten whole spas la .........
Jesua that after all there i Is no substitute a water. c
thou Son of GoeS T art thou laxative It take tkoe rood eU C.A&TD"
oil ) candy chewing
com* hither to torment ua before? for unadulterated goodness. God or UTTLJI 14VK PILLS.. sue .....Ins
the tune-if thou cut us out uf- want us to talk about our Christian gum suddenly and aped wt them and buoyantyard reeds. el bid ...... freely sad ....

er us to go away Into the herd of experience.. The New Testament full of aunatun*. Mrfv Poe feel.. .-".up...sad- PTke aoattotneta ?v.r eWa hM.was eew STANDARD OIL COMPANY

''win. And He said unto them, teaches that"* are witness For they can't do It. They only -ae when N_ M ..um.tile .
and a witness Is supposed to speak. move tile bowels and mere _.. kOe flew fnely.uel .

L ((7)) "And. behold, they brought Nowhere doe the Bible discount mint doesn't get at the ea....' The) $ bait ... ear ever ...... A.aI fee INCORPORATED IN A4'
to But God wants for down-and-out Carter: Little Liver FUla. Leek aa* tae
HIm a\ man sick of the palsy, toque testimony: reason your CarterLHtfe Liver rtle .
Yioc' on a bed: and Ju seeing u* to"have a Christian life that feeling I I. your liver. .It should a the red ....... 2_ a J..ji ;
ilr] faith "- I-T the Mrs o, the keeps step with eMt ,tT. ... t**.Vnony geos, *ejfctava 9nmfl*: *>lf,'Lgsd4 ....III 1_ e1 k trees. ..-...- ;
I DIN into J'cv bowel daily. 01" Q. r. c:.,
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be oC cbewr .,
good ; thy .. j -
m- \ hh"'e.A-.. .'.' MrfA It :f;."
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Mr.'and. Mrs. F. B. Wallace, Earl
; Bradford County Telegraph l i Jr., add Anna Sue Wallace and W.
'1 Maybe You've'' / I P. .Wallace; of West: PalaU Beach I AM NOW,

TI{ '1; '.. ....' ., Established.- .- 1877_ .. Heard It, :Bat. Ifill l ,+ Mrs.were!/.guests V. ..at Tuesday.Uei' f of Mr.1'- and Booking: Order., r

{ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Mrs. J. L Anderson and little For 0. C. WALLER Impro\

;' Matter at the Post'Office at Starke Florida Secnc. was a vlsl- daughter, Janet, are in, Rome, Ga., Western Missionary strawberry
'-. .-- .- ANTIC PANTSTo ; where they were called on accountof Plants

t E..L. Matthews...___ "- ......._____.Editor and Owner our notion, the cleverest) cam Florida -. the serious illness of Mrs. An See Me For: SPECIAL PRICES '
T .. era work to cout from Holly derson's father, J. F. Burton, county -.
wood was ,used In that fantastic ing the Sunday detective. Floyd County
SUBSCRIPTION RATE production "The Invisible Man." visitors In'' : Ga.. D.W.MooreSTARKE

i This movie'was about a scientist to the I, State's and :Mrs. A. -
: Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Attorney Si.- FLORIDA
who it seemslnvented a drug that with cars was a Crews were In Valdosta, Ga.,, last
Advertising Rates on Application made him Invisible to the human Union. AU Thursday afternoon attending the

t eye. When he was clothed and had bus:,' r Ur .1 wedding of their nice, Miss Dolores

his head wrapped in bandagec, he ways are was a Kelley of Madison, and H. S.
Read advertisement in this week's
every paper. could be seen, but when he' was ed travel. Priest-of Bronson at the Valdosta CANYOU1MAC-IHEI"
1 0 bare-he just wasn't there, Palm Church of Christ. ,

l i Roosevelt to Congress: "Will you be my Valentine?" VIe have seen a lot of movies In burg and M. Mott of .
our day and expect to see a guod port hotels
rah o many more. We have, seen girls and are here Monday
: ti Few college students ever made straight "A's" by riding dance up stairs and girl dance growing HIGHLAND

i around in straight 8's. down stairs and girls dance in a tions. of New

----1- -d waterfall; we've seen airplanes Sullivan to business M. E. Crews Cor.
crash in the sky and tumble to the forty per
k" Someone has remarked t the smaller a man is the less earth in flames; we've seen prehis Florida

?1 it takes to swell him up. toric monsters battle to the death time In our spent Mrs. Harriet Creviston and Mrs. I
and apes scale the heights of the The Lambert of Jacksonville visited
Mr. and Mrs.
r o Empire State Building. But the blanketed friends here Wednesday.,
w t. If you have to buy another cord of wood to finish out scene that is likely to remain longest snow drove .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor and

r; the winter blame it on the groundhog. in our" memory is the one in Florida McLendon' small son of Lawtey are the guestsof ,
( "The Invisible Man" where a pairof York ran In
:r a spent Wed Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. George
carefree trousers skipping ing a new
Our troubles will beaver when folks who talk about the go And this ) .. Wilkinson.- .4
down a moonlit lane tinging, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Bessant, Jr.,
p, k "good old days" quit using the past tense. "When flowers bloom in the spring tors this F Chapman of Starke were here Sunday. CAN'Vale IMAGIN-, \

3$ o' tra la." No to Florida a ,visitor Mrs. H. C. Wlmberiy.;Miss Ethel the surprise of the New Bedford I,
one has Ricks, Miss: Beth Wimberly ond citizen who come to Boston town.,, "
';, u, All good things have"to end. And it begins to look as if An Empty Room gold. This Miss Oleta Green and Carson Grif- tulto stomach specialistcxPuicmced

,' ,, the CWA will be no exception to this rule. If a drug with the power of making ists Is the week- fis visited relatives in Starke Sun- on Qttock of acute indi)estiontcok
a man invisible could be con- desire on a dose of BISMA-REXotth Liggett!
t ,i 0 enjoy the her cousin, day.Albert Store in the South Station
cocted there Is no doubt but that a Crews of Is ,felt such
l Gainesville Evening'News says that a man's yearning fortune would await Its inventor. healthful .. Macclenny relief that he returned to his home
time here with N
spending some G.
"M!. 'power means more to a Woman than his earning power. The thing has infinite possibilities. successful Why is Robinson of Norman and family. and bought 6 bottles of BISMA-REX//
Not only the obvious use of aiding
L Max Carter visitor to
u o friends In was a

f Republicans call it "gag" rule, but would they have anything meeting husbands of to get the out: to and the weekly Poker because national : .,, Jacksonville Tuesday. EXPLANATION :
Pool ..
t .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rafuse and .",no-Kux IS a new antac.d treat
,a of importance to say if they were allowed to talk? Club but the power of becoming twevle The Mrs. W. children returned Monday from a ment that Is bringing welcome relief '
-o (invisible could be worked in very visitors to visit with relatives at Ocooee. to thousands everywhere whoj
?irt '. cicely at the office, also. What tury of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis suffer the agonies of indigestion
All nations seem to feel that disarmament is like of in the .
one wouldn't we give to be sitting;com
of the and other acid ailments.
Starling Clay Hill) section stomach !
the Ten Commandments it should fortably in our chair when one of and view .
apply to the other fellow. will to
able of Sapp and regret learn of the death Bisma-Rex acts four ways to give
0 those young magazine salesmen or iOUS display. Tuesday of",their little daughter Margery, lusting relief in three minutes. It

; The Dixie County Advocate philosophizes that some people saleswomen eyery pore oozing, called personalityfrom and found With Plant City last Wednesday, at St. Vincent's neutralizes excess acid; relieves

do not tell all hear what to the naked ground, fr.j Hospital in Jacksonville following the stomach: of gas;' soothes the,
they while others do hear all they tell eye appeared to an illness of several weeks. The
be ', Clements '' .of Apopka Irritated membranes; and aldi
"$b o a very empty room. gain In I Starke interment took place at Long digestion of foods most likely to

a would F, Dem- Branch cemetery Thursday with ferment. Bisma-Rex is sold
Utopia be a place where one's neighbors would ,HARD ON WEAK HEARTS the ; only
% remember the things they borrow and forget the things they I shall never get used to those tions : services by Rev.of J. L. Strickland.The at Renal: Drug'Stores. Get a jar j
radio to the I sympathy the communitygoes today at Mitchell's Drug Store
,; beach pajamas which leave alady'arear
lend. uncovered above the waist. did not : '\ Sunday In i out to the sorrowing relatives. ,Starke Florlda.AcSvCOMING'- "

0 When one of the ladles wearing constantly I I II

r'' The early bird gets 'the worm, but did you ever stop to such an outfit turns her face towards charms I Mrs. C.. D.I .#

c think how much 'safer the' worm would have been at home me quickly, my heart always state Without and
skips a beat.-Delray Beach News. '
A 4 in bed? spent In ,of the
A'i' Then we suppose you must pass
t hibit at the I ) was a
o out completely when one of them
Wonder how turns her back to you. was the Jacksonville
many women would have turned down an ment this

?' opportunity to marry even if it did make them ineligible to Arthur Brisbane-says we need today we

teach school? fifty million babies to eat up what dend on :of the
form of. Co. Store,
the farmer produces. Arthur laright.
o I In Moul-]
A flea circus in Sweden has been forced to close down Yes.-but Lake what City Reporter.does Arthur Intend Again n .

k q because of the scarcity of fleas. There must also be a scarcity to do about ItT an .
millions and of Stauntbn
l of dogs in Sweden. Florida a I"r and aunt, Heffnerinson
4 i o MEMPHIS Tenn.-Aimee Bem- taining our' at their. !

: Inland Empire News says that the fellow who gives in ple McPherson, the Los Angeles World's Fair .

"j A i when he is wrong is a wise man, but the fellow who gives in evangelist today advocated surgical available tunately to
'p. when he is right is married. ica's sterilization health and mental to protect soundness."Amer" an will exhibit be' !WORD PLAYERS

o "I believe that sterilization by.
x' c; Why do people continue to flock to see fan dancers? If the knife is the only means of pro..itectlng ular *

the young lady carries a.fan she is well-clothed. when compared horrible our disease.people" from the idiocy evangelistsaid. and The mules, wag

to the ordinary chorus girl. of Commerce leadership or trade. JIMMIE HEFFNERIN :

o "I have seen three generations of the depot. Itp ( PERSON)
Idiots in my temple and there Is ,
The elastic dress has been introduced in and Lima
Hollywood. pose 'S
,nothing to protect us from the uth's Most Popular: Comedian'
asked to Join .. Starke
Probably. spme) more of the Mae West influencemakingroom fourth.
in order Co. l-19tf
for bigger and better curves. raised as
: We should think Almee wouldbe with pri-
I o a little more kindly disposed to- as possible con- THREE BIG NIGHTS ONLY

You don't hear BO'much'these days of that old ailment, ward the mentally deficient who 1934 assured.1: ; unfurnish
The action
I the. itch. Could it be because the youth of today does not frequent her temple. After all, she of : ; 8.:Walnut STARTING

s ,stay taill long enough to scartch itself? has to make a-living. Job )Is ltp MONDAY' "

r- TOO GRIM TO BE FUNNY county,' ,, this Feb.

t It is' said that red-haired persons are seldom found in There are limits to the lengths to ment.vidual Failure I e quantity NIGHT' '" 1'9'
a insane which a person should go for E. A.
asylums. HoweVer the ,
doesn't again
report say a thing Fla.
'" laughs but evidently, Harpo Marx{ :
: about people Who have to live with them. has not heard of them.It mistake. We U
choicest' l : STARKE
I t,1 -=0 is said that Harpo recently States. 'We ,., plants FLORIDA
1 visited Sam the
Goldwyn. producer,
Pity poor New Yorkers and ,nat
; they must walk during their show" and OPPOSITE
who has been 111. Goldwyn Is a t COURT HOUJ3E
Y ''I) taxi cost Califo 1,000.
strike.-Ilardee County Herald. We pity them most hypochondriac. Every time he gets ,per. I
will be there J. Griffin,
when they have to pay for their taxi rides. a cold or a headache he goes to bed tive''' displays.: 11-24U .-
i worrying that he has cancer.
o to show, 45 PEOPLE 45N
I Harpo was kidding the sick man rose .
Some generous soul sent the editor of the Kissimmee about his Imagination. "Yea?'" to them and stock

Valley Gazette a box of socks. Most editors are used to get- Goldwyn said, "All I know is thatI viable ly pay a Nursery ',; +r -

sd ting socks; but not the kind you put on your feet. don't" want to die, yet. I like to But St,, ir
live. ?
r" ida will be ?2-94t3-2| |
0 The dumb Marx brother left and

Fiji Island cannibals'"don't think much of white folks as later sent the following telegram: such exhibit: for : corn in
"Dear' Sam: Would you like to one
? according'to returned traveler. That might fruits and we
make a fourth at bridge t" It was one riding
sound like an Insult to 'anyone+ but a missionary to the Fiji slgnedt Renee Adorer F. Zteg- winter Let's all Varnadoe,

Islands. feld and Rudy Valentino. ltp
ment and ra.I
If Harpo had signed: George
o now. Florida 1O acres of .

,' m" The post.office department estimates that at least one Washington.Shakespeare, It Napoleon might have and been Bin go again this Cheap from <,

million Americans lose money and property annually through humor. But trifling with names so Yosemite Dlnklns. ..

1 mail fraud schemes. Another good argument for keeping recently dead seems' a. "little too I of all.' ; : Railway t.
grim to be funny. cascades.'the
'hr your money at home.. I 1-28luI2-1e[ |
I half a mfle.
r'o 1 : THE BARD AND THE AtJTO I arriv

; i.1i We' ,won't hear anything for a long time from those The London Observer thus. such as
4 tcientista who short quotes Shakespeare on the automobile I ; Pota
vhile'ago told us that winters were : I ,, Squash

getting warmer all the'Jtime. They will be busy chipping ,"0 most wicked llpeed!" ("Ham ...cat Cups and

i icicles out of their whiskers.. I let" 1. Z). .. t-2-1e
{ "Whence 'Is this knocking I
p. ; +r _0 I -10,
-.' ("Macbeth.. II, 2).
I Byrd might be having ,trouble with crumbling ice but "How the wheel becomes'I"!"' Blake-

i tL> I. many husbands will th' t.J iat..his troubles cannot compare. ("Hamet., | ." IV. 5)). ;s.99 of,29 guar per 'GIRLS- -'GIRLS GIRLS

H with theirs when theyare_irying to extricate This Lapwing runs away with : '
electric a frozen 'tray, the Shell! (Hamlet. V. 2); Wit Fire > certified. Place ALL NEW FEATURE PLAYS AND. VAUDEVILLE
from the
"Thou hint wore but thy pump.>> "
o ("Romeo and Juliet n. 4) ; Corre- BETTIB: NOBLES. America's Premier AerobaUo Dancer
"WUI this gear ne'er be mended s. Perdue DICK ROYSTER'S CAROLINIANS, Dixie's
+ friends acrossrth sea are celebrating the --- .. ;; Hottest Band
500th anniversary T" ("Trollus and Cresslda." I,I). ---. FOX SISTERS: Tap Daaclft&-Aa4 Bow
+ of the introduction of spinach into Europe.-from "You shall see how I handle her," -- 'The

I,? ""Penia.AU we have to saT Is-that Europeans must be pretty ("Measure for Measure!,"-V.I, K.", ..-......-....... MISSION- Largest. Prettiest art Beat Basins Chevy Under,Canvas,

hard for for 'holiday. ?''How dost thou know that coastableT" : PLANTS OPENING: PLAY
up- an excuse : a (")(euure for lleaeun.-: '.... ,M
U.l, s \- ---.. ;; ; .. Eastern :DON'T: LIE '"
t 'J tx1 .. 4*,," ,r. YIh" :: Delaware TO YOUR.WJfE' '
f' engine I
a A Florida ,to mails And here an fit'for ay ; '
youth schoottnGeorgia ln
going the I ecta. ,*., '
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proceeding. "Two Metrtra LADIES '
( Gentlemen FREE'
headlines the other .... f ; 1.000 plus -'MONDAY NIGHT; ONLY
daT-because he'wu seeing snow for the Verona" m. J). ,. .
-'' a\ J.:B. '0.. lady "
first time: If that is news,'a few'hundred-more, Floridians "Which:you know Ford c*this Buat- AtelUe 1W Wit,Earh laid itdalt.Tbk.t'ADIiQ$9ION

ill have chance to make the front Ia1ReL town?".. ("Merry' W."bI..WIbC.il..a ;L'1 J 1If1I : BeUqrvlUe, ; '

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