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 15, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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,VMB FIFTY-SEVEN. : ___._ ____. __._____..... .. ___. __..__ .___._STAKKK FLORIDA. FRIDAY,__FEBRUARY. ._ 15. 1935! _' _.. ___.. .._ __ NUMBER FIFTEEN




remained unchanged this week

( FESTIVAL the with services administration relief workers In order force still\to keep donatingits idle records and- FOR MONEY "NO FENCE" )i I.

,lt was stated. -

TEN PERCENT FOR FOUR last Saturday although only; FAR.J1ER'SBURDEN
those who had funds In escrow received '
DAYS any money. Instructionsfrom PAY

the regional office are expected I' -


FAMILY BUDGET SHOW IS INTROSPECT arrive operations remain at i a ,
'Ith local '-grocers .estimating ""J \, Strawberry Fe.tlval'plans., will A. J, Grlffls superintendent of With agitation-over a no-fence i'

food prices have advanced ten be the main subject for consideration standstill.GYPSY public Instruction, yesterday expressed law already at a fever heat and the

cent since the first of January at a called meeting of the himself 0,9 hopeful( of get- legislative session still weeks

,Iford County housewives are Jones-Langford-White Post Ameri- ting J15.0OO in Federal funds representing away Charley E. Johns, representative -
,ting their pennies and shop- can Legion at the Legion Hall GIVES NEGRO $40 teachers' salaries for two I' from Bradford County has

more carefully than they have Friday night 7:30: o'clock. months In this county. denounced the proposed passage of
. for some time past., The success of last year's Festival 1
Governor Sholtz made a requestto what he terms a "burden on farmer r
artling rises In the value of under the sponsorship of the BLESSINGPROMISE Washington on Tuesday for and cattle raisers." tIn

t goes on the table three timesy local Legion post determined that $800.000 Mr. Grlffli said and a prepared statement thla

la attributed,by experts to organization to make tho celebra- Bradford County is going throughthe week Mr. Johns said: "I am con

lung mid-summer heat and The three-day program last COSTS COLD HARD 'amount needed here. stand in regard to the no-fence law

log mid-winter cold.e ,year attracted hundreds of outside CASHTo Aid for schools and college and I want to say that I am '
long drouth of the summered people to Starke and succeeded In was sought on another front this strongly against the measure. ThisIs

the livestock supply and giving our strawberry growing 'some romantic-souls a Gypsy week when Congressman R. A. no time, In my estimation, with -t,I' ,

mid-winter blizzards reached section valuable publicity throughout la, a faun-like creature with rings Green addressed the House of Representatives the burden that our farmers and ,
part of Florida the state. .,.J, in favor of amend. cattle raisers ,
every upon In'its ears and tambourines In its an are now carrying to>
li the nations depends for Its A. J. Thomas, commander of the hands who flits through the woods ment to a bill extending the life add an extra burden by making ; I

n vegetable supply. local post, while unable to an- will all the grace and beauty of of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. them go to the expense of fencing '

ace January 1 the family bud- nounce any definite plans until af- Katharine Hepburn In "The Little The amendment provided a pasture for their stock. ,
-t, In Starke has been given the got NBC on the phone ter Friday's meeting; yesterday Minister." To others these wan- for the RFC to make loans to "I notice that the agitators of ;' .

wIng causes for wrinkles: stated thatIt Is hoped to make derers are just plain, old Gypsies, universities colleges und hospitals the no-fence law are men who live tin
er has advanced from 35c toa the Festival this year more attractive the cities and
with accent of the GYP. have no feelingwhatever S. ,
pound steak from 35c a STARKE GIRLS ARE POPULAR PAIR than ever with added features To Marzle Barnes, Reno negress, FATHER ANDDAUGHTER for us crackers. I have '
more home talftt Used, land
(d 1 to 40c and grits, meal, Industrie'advertised.. two of these children of the road met practically every Senator and '
o bacon, Irish potatoes, can- more home last week the of Representative who will serve In '
were means get I :
Ilk and eggs have all taken a ,An extra day of fJstlvltlel.18 rid of hard-earned dollars the next session of the Legislature .ti
ting forty -
of about ten per cent. promised for this year with tentative which she ,will never see DIE WITHIN FEW and I find them to be gentlemen '
plans calling for the ceelbra- HOURS OF EACH OTHER
beans above
een are bringing $3.75: reproach. With this kind
tlon to take place on April 17, 18, again. ,Ii
te with of in the
as compared a paltry Marzte tells that the two Gypsies Following his daughter In death men Legislature I '1i
B F. (Before Freeze). Pep- 19 and 20. feel sure we will be able to defeat
called at her home and her
gave by exactly one day, W. H. Norman '
All Legion members are asked to
that were $2.25: a crate are To Wrong Broadcasting Company For the usual silver-tongued spiel home any no-fence bill that may come It
be present Friday night and assistIn died last Saturday at the Of
(300: squash were $1.50 and Audition, But Got-Job Just The Same getting the Festival ball rolling about the advantages of letting his brother J. E. Norman north. before us. i
ow $7 00 a crate. Rumor hast St'hool.l\rolley
-- them "bless" her money. Once they east of town. Death resulted froman
even spinach has risen in -- The Bradford Representative :;.1.
put their magic spell on it, her attack of pneumonia.The .
Two tiny curly-haired girls, Just up Clementine and Virginia and GREEN bank roll would be doubled, or daughter Mrs. Richard Grlf this: week sent the following letter '

e local grocer states that bulk entering their teens, returned to' take them back to New York Cityto even tripled within a short while, tie, died last. Friday at her horn to State Comptroller J. M.-Lee. 1.1

which he will stock for the Starke for a visit last week. It continue their 'radio career they said.Mania near here after an Illness of several "I see by the press that you

er market, has gone up 100 was five years ago since they left amid nothing more disturbing than HEARD LOCALLY had never had much ex- weeks. \ are going to hold up the distribution -

ent since this time last year.as here-five crowded years during the roar of subway trains. perience with Gypsies. These two Mr. Norms'waa 111 at the time of the race track funds until

paying $17.60 a case and which the dark. ytd,? Her,.daughters have used sev- looked like nice fellows and this of his daughter's death. Other April 15th after'' the Legislature

w costs him $35.: ''The de- had made a name for:themselves eral "stage names" for their elf- ON RADIO) was the easiest way of making members. of .the family attended convenes which the law entitle 1

e in value of the dollar in on the radio, in motion pictures ferent appearances, Mrs. Torruella money that she had hit upon .In the funeral,,[Services for her and I you to do ,

go markets probably accounts. and on phonograph recprd.ings. says. At the present time Clem- all her life .She turned her savings returned home to find the fath "As you no doubt 'know the
his record ..I... ""They were Clementine and Vir- entine is making a series of thirty- DESCRIBES. CHANCES, .OF over to the money blessers. er's condition worse. He died several school of the State are In dire
d the worst of it Is that the ginia Torruella and they were hereto I nine RCA recordings for the Post- CROSS-STATE- The Gypsies carried some pages hours later. need of financial assistance at this

of the adyances is not yet..14a visit their parents Mr. and Mrs.L. Toastles Company and she will CANAL from a Bible with them and Mar. Both were buried in Dyal Cemetery time: and lot. of th.m are going i

. recent survey Indicates. Torruella. who operate a filling' use the name. "Patsy.! zle would be willing to swear that there being a lapse of only to close down' if they don't receive '
station on the east edge of town. I IClementine. Mrs, Torruella, who'always accompanies Many local tuners-In heard Con- they wrapped one around her a.few hour. between the funeral' assistance at once and I am :i

fourteen years old i her daughters on their gressman R. A. Green predict that money-accompanied by gesturesand services. strongly urging you to reconsider I.t !

MAY HAVE and Virginia, eleven are NBC radio personal appearance tours Is President Roosevelt will use Government weird incantations of course. Mr. Norman Is survived by a your decision and distribute what ';

stars in their own right, and spending several months here with funds to construct a ship They then placed the package In sister Mrs Florrle Wills, of funds you have on hand as Boon a* .
heard each at canal across Florida to open a the Bible and cautionedher It Is humanly possible to do so ,1
are Sunday morning her husband. She describes the negress'a Starke, who Is also suffering an attack "
OTHING THEFT 9 I o'clock over station WJZ under girls' break into radio as one of short water route between the At- not to open It until the next of pneumonia at this time. "I consider the education of our '

the sponsorship of the White Rab- those things that Just couldn't hap lantic and Gulf of Mexico. The day or the spell would be broken. children one of the most Import :'

bit Bus Line. The program call pen out did. prediction was made in a radio She took them at their word, and ant thlngg confronting the people ;
CLUE ed "From Coast to Coast on The "Soon after we left here and got address last Saturday night over they set out down the open road. MISSION! HALL of our state* today and If you do 1

Bus," has frequently been heard settled In New York;.. the mother the Columbia Broadcasting system Today Marzle's money hag neither Dr. Max Wertheimer, of Ada not reconsider your decision you .

ANT A by> local listeners-In with short says. "I went out to buy some gro- at 7:45: o'clock. doubled or tripled-It has van- Ohio, an Hebrew Christian con- are going to be solely responsible ;f
wave receiving sets. Clementine ceries one day leaving Clemen- Mr. Green said the benefits to ished altogether-along with the verted from the high position of for' thousands of ,children< In our
OF ARREST OF i of the Rabbi his people broughta State not receiving a full school
and the people among
I plays the guitar and piano; Virginia tine alone. She was only seven at Gypsies ,who are probably now
RING : the mandolin, and they sing the time. United States from this projects blessing money In some distant splendid and much needed lesson term
songs mostly semi-classical in would be "more than twice its cost county. When she finally open the on Tuesday evening at the BIble "I fully realize that all the y'
"When I returned from the store
rest In Atlanta of a ring of French, ,Italian, Spanish and Eng- she told me that she had called which Is a higher ratio than! can be Bible, the folded page was there, > Study. An Intent and earnest counties do not use these funds for
ing thieves Is believed here borne for any project: I of comparable but a slip had been made some audience heard the message. Sev- schools but the majority of the>
lish.The. the National Broadcasting Com- now being considered eral out-of-town folks being among counties give part of It to the.
a possible clue In the theft girls, with their mother, and that they had given her where along the line for her $40 'I
n i men's suits from M Levi- by the Government. the number.On schools and any part of it will bo l
and half In Hollywood was gone.
a for the next afternoon
spent a year an appointment -
bill before the evening, Dr. Wert the schools at this
tailoring shop last week., where they were Green now has a Since this blessing incident took Monday appreciated by
California house seeking $223,000,000 to open helmer spoke to a large audienceIn time, Hoping you will see the Importance .
Atlanta paper states that under contract with Fox Pictures Mrs.: Torruella chuckles: "I I the channel. place another band of Gypsies has the Lawtey Baptist Church. of distributing these
leged gang of five clothing and were featured in the motion tailed her a crazy little girl, and been camped a short distance i G
and whatIs
The speaker estimated the canal "What Is the Church funds to the Counties at once andy
"a, three men and two women pictures "Forbidden Melody" scolded her for having too much south of town and have been seen
would save American producers Its Mission In the world" will > so doing let the citizens of Florda -
were declared by police to "King of The Gypsies", "Six Hours Imagination, but the next after- almost dally on the streets here. I -
next week andvy'ill the bestnterest
and consumers $36,000,000 a year be> used as a topic know that you have
stolen men's suits from "Wild Girl." However, A. I.. Alvarez chief of "11
mer- to Live and noon I was surprised to see her "
Interest {
In transportation costs, and he added be of much of our children at heart., "'
s and tailors In all parts of With her delightful Spanish accent getting dressed to go out. ben estimated thata police has not received any complaints Bring Bibles. .
atlon, were rounded up Sat- Mrs. Torruella tells how her "She finally convinced me that "It of articles stolen or any .... _. .
" Another man was being gifted daughters were Just about she really had an appointment with a toll or self-liquidating proposition. other law violations on their part.
of 7
It will retire the cost construction -
in Detroiton charges of beie to renew a long term contract NBC so I dressed and went with Several people have had offers
.."fence". for.the gang. with the movies when "one of her. Not being familiar with the f within about thirty-six from them to bless money but so following people took the

ell clothing was found In the 'those earthquakes" came along city we wound up at the.Columbia years. tar. as we know, no one else baa eacher's examination held at the GET TROOPREORGANIZED '_
Among advantages of the project court house here last Thursday and 7:
possession One of the wo- and the mother decided to bundle Broadcasting offices Instead of r accepted the proposition. "
had letters signed "Joey." National. However, they gave my Green cited that ships on ....._. ... J Friday: 1
round trips from New York to Miss Lily McRae Miss Cleo Saxon -
told -of [ thefts audition and liked : ?
,'widespread little girl an I
New Orleans would save three RITZ', ,' Miss Kitty Hogsed, Miss Lucille -
t seven' suits in two hours, 'her., Later we discovered our mis-
good ,eh baby?" one of the STARKE BOYSIN take and succeeded In getting an days, an elimination of storm haiards HAS GOOD FILM Edwards. G. E. McCauley II\JatIUEENWiu ,\
bas said. audition at the National. They I'| now encountered by ships Charles B. Frisbee, Mrs. Ruth \ TAKE
I rounding the Florida Peninsula Burthlow, Miss Beatrice Miner ,
Leviton thinks there Is littlee liked Clementine too and she "ROMANCE IN MANHATTAN"FOR
FLORIDA ROTC : stimulation of commerce and facllI Miss 11" 'Sponholtz, Mrs. E. H.
recovering the suits made broadcasts for both SUNDAY
campa-I I I tatlon of moving tonnage one-third Wells Norman Johns Mlsi Melba -
from him even if thl ring nies for a number of -
greater than that now passing I Strickland Mrs. 'E. Johns,, Mrs.
who enjoy stirring i By Al Kay CarlisleWell
responsible for the theft The talented youngster Is now
All names and other means ,PROMOTEDBROWNLEE under contract to only NBC and I through the Panama.- Canal. pictures of real life told In Oscar Crosby, Percy Sullivan Miss It looks as If the boys of .

allocation were probably rd I has been joined in her work by her simple form without artificiality Nora Bias, Miss Edith Moore, Miss Starke will get a break now a* '

from them at once he says.HAUPTMANN AND CHAPMAN younger sister, Virginia who was FORMER RESIDENT: pictures that resemble a page from ,' Louise' Snyder and Geneva Roberts Mr. Donald MacQueen, who has ;

I born In Starke. INJUREDMRS. the Book of Life are expected to ..;.v colored.jr.. had around fifteen years experience ''
I NOW LIEUTENANT A* for the future Mrs. Torruella find superb entertainment In "Ro- with scout and scouting, has t

COLONELS observes and quite rightly,. that GENEVA THOMAS mance In Manhattan" starring S. KAUCIIJ. volunteered to start up a''' Boy

'O GET CHAIR., I no one knows what It bold.. ,In HURT IN SMASH Francis! Lederer and Ginger Rogers .'S.; Raucb, step father of Mrs. Scout troop. We held our second

Brownlee, Jr.. son of Mr. store for her daughters Clemen- which comes Sunday and. Monday George C. Livingston of Tampa meeting Tuesday"night at the Wo.ma.
VICTED OF,MURDER OF Milton of Starke. tine I*.saving her money and :Mrs.. Geneva Thomas a former to the RIU.Lederer. : was brought here Tuesday for .'* Club. (We wish to thank
UNDBEROH: ,and Mrs.,oJ.M. Brawalee In Idol of: burial In the Prevatt Cemetery the ladle for kind to ' BABY of plan to go abroad next year to resident of Starke now living,, dashing matinee being so a* > ,
:and Fielding Chapman of study dramatic In Milan Italy Os1ne.MBe, suffered a broken arm, Europe and America ,has never allowing his death tax a St. Augustine l let u. use the Club.r k,If.
Uno : K& F.
L. Chapman .
Richard Hauptmann, Suptw and AU that the little entertainer now 1 raise and shock In ma automobileaccident had a film role more appealing and hospital. February 10. Weelected Al Kay Carlisle for- v.
: carpenter. wa convicted ''the State Farm have Colonels appointment knout of music or acting either -near DeLand'wt week. convincing than .. the young Immigrant Pan bearer were: J. E. Wilson 'the office of scribe and Tommy S

r Jersey court Wednesday of a* Lieutenant Training "come natural" to them, or has Boyd: T> Moody, of Gainesville was In this picture. Sparkling H. C. Wall, O. A. Andrew, and Dr. Bitch for treasurer. Mr. Mac- 'y
Jr of Charles A. Lind- m the* Reserve Officer of Florida, been learned from their mother. fatally Injured and Mrs. Moody, Ginger Rogers furnishes the love 0 E. Mansker. Frank Carter and Queen also appointed the followingfour l'

son of the famous avlaH Corp at the University this week It was a happy group that gath- who was driving the car, was Interest as the Irresistible chorus Ed Watson, of Tampa. boys as temporary patrol nil
e announced
was sentenced to be exe- It was Cadel Colonel ered at the Torruella home last slightly hurt. girl who is struggling to support a Funeral arrangements were UDder leaders: Billy Powell. Albert Tor*

on March ISLindbergh 'With' only the ranking Sunday night, for It was Clemen I The automobile In which Mrs. small brother. the direction of the DeWItt C. ruclla Bisect Dampier and A. Z.Adkins <;|

baby was kid- In charge of the brigade tine's fourteenth birthday. A number Thomas was riding collided with Coming to the Rita next Tuesday Jones Company. Jr. He also placed Albert ','?
from iu home March 1. them, these, two young men .have of their former school chum ,another at a highway Intersection. and Wednesday Is ")LilJa of Torruella la charge of the cubs. 'I.
its body wa found May: 12, received one of the highest;honor I Starke INCOME TAX HELP All of the who have '|
a were Invited In a* well a* older During their stay In several the Cods, a melodrama with a notable I boy paid
ear the scene of the kldnap"c that can be. bestowed work upon at the friends of the family and the slaters years ago,' :Mrs. Thomas and cast Including Kay,Robson. Income taxpayers who are pus- their fifty cent registration, fee T{
Cot Lindbergh had paid student In military I entertained with some of their i her husband were engaged In the Victor Jory and Fay Wray. Thursday sled over making out their returns win be duly registered In the troop Hand

0 ransom upon the promisesafe state university and dances. It brought i filling station business\ and Friday of next week the will have to go to' Green Coveprings in the national headquarters, !
studenU song
return of his child Approximately 1.40O With .back memories of the time when I Rita will show "Red Morning"with In order to get assistance However as yet only six boy $]

iptmann wa arrested' ..Iuth4n are enrolled laths ROTC Brownleewill ,. Clementine, at the age of.,......, TEACHERS: rrO'VEET J Steffi Duna and Regis Toomey. from a' deputy'clerk. It was announced have paid but we feel sure that jH
it wa discovered: Chat their new appointmenU I' offers 'this week by1' J. Edwin will J
dole the show la a' borne talent The Bradford County.Tescheri.oatation ThU Saturday the Rita more. pay before long. ;
1 some of the' ransom btjla... fnrmena1Cgyp be in command: of the Infantry operetta at the ,hIp school auditorium -. i will meet at the high "Smoking Guns" with. Ken Mayn-. Larsen,; internal revenue' cellecor. i. i ...- y|
..... regiment and Chapman will command I. nere. It has been a longtime school auditorium Friday after- ard. A deputy will be In that city A' UtU. push goes 'a loog way. ; ]

.' the. artillery- ago but. Mr'*. _Torr..II* to noon. February. 33 at 2 o'clock. Thursday.- February. '38 and even In mud or sand. with wbeela

{ : and several : Independ I pretty; sure the name was "Lost In .All member an asked.to be pty.sat. .- :Motor gasoline la Hungary must. hat 1. as close 0 as th.y' will. come. barrows. ) equipped--with. "a. ew. low fm
eastern ,countries, rose pet- "_ Belgium.became an A.Forest." contain 2O per cent alcohol tb. Stark. prHur.. tire.c T- die

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Heilbronn Springs D. Li. Kite and W. C. Rhoden were BOATDRAIN BROQKER growth of plants, and with plant- Sunday here at the home of his was visiting Mrs. E. S. Sibley hen!.
at Mrs. A. A. Smith. Sunday.
near ,
to Jacksonville Ing time for many crops
'MlM Thelnrut Ithodm, Cor. business visitors :Mr. Ralph (.8In.,. CorrespondentRev. Vent ,
Mini Gulney Correspondent
\ Monday. hand the farmers are wondering Mrs. E. B. Wells and Miss Beatrice Mr and Mrs. E. S. Sibley .k.
, Herbert Prescott- and Gilbert F. M. Taylor of Hamp- what to do. The ground is very Miner were taking teachers daughter, Ruth, were visiting
of Jacksonvillewas k
Mrs. Jessie Dnvlu ton was visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. Mr. and Mrs. 'A.. O. Jenkins and the last two have Starke Saturday.L. .
:. Brown of Starke were visiting In visiting her sister, Mrs. R. U. dry as years examinations In Starke last week.
,:. our section Friday night. Parmenter last week. L. Griffis Sunday. children of Jacksonville spent Sun- witnessed a dlflclent rainfall here. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon of L. Youngblood was visiting
and Roscoe Mrs. E. P. Johnson and daughter day peer as guests of Mr. and Mrs. There was ,but little rain fall and Starke were the dinner guests of the home of Rev. J.
Miss Pauline Green Mullady
I Lester Allen of Blackshear, Ga., W. D. Webb. ?
\ Susie, of Raiford were visitingMr. to amount to anythingthis
Green were visitors to Jacksonville I' so far none Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffis Satur- Putnam Hall Monday.Mr. .
here last week visiting rela We are to report that
was and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlggls and I very sorry
last Saturday. tives. Mrs. Howard Mott is on the sick day evening. and Mrs. Robert Dodd]
;'r family Saturday.Miss In a short time the sap will be- Tom Back was a business visitorto a
.ft.. Earl Parmenter spent a few Misses Genevieve Saunders and Theressn Jones was visitIng list this week. We all wish her a gin to rise and when It does unless Jacksonville Monday.THERESSA. Camp Immokalee were visiting r*
..Jir.days In Jacksonville last week. Reba Greene and Earl Whitten all Miss Juanita Priest Sunday.Mrs. speedy recovery.Dr. there is much rain mean- atlves in Theressa Sunday
\ J. B. Prevatt of was Starke Is E. L>. Biggs was a professional o> ,James Lively of Hawthorn I
Hampton were visitors to Saturday. B. L. Green visiting while, a great portion of such moisture \\'u
I'' visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones friends and relatives at Raiford. visitor here Sunday. as is now In the ground will visiting friends here Sunday

Sunday. Misses Melba and Mae Prevatt Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son, bo absorbed, so the old timers say. Minn Ilhodn Zelwler.. CorrespondentA Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hall and
Buck Starling of Kissimmee Is NEW RIVER were visiting their grandmotherand Everett, were visiting in Raiford I children and Mrs. M. Hall 0|

1, here visiting his brother, R. L. Mrs. O. E. I'roxby CorrespondentRev. grandfather Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week. New City Clerk large audience enjoyed serv- Starke were visiting relatives here

Ii'' Starling: Paul Prevatt the past week end. II. P. Gainey was transacting At a meeting of the City Council ices at the Christian Church in Sunday.
4'". Mrs. Ida Harvey was visiting: her I G. E. McGauley filled his Willie Green and Blackle Atkinson business In Lake Butler Monday. held Thursday evening MayorJ. Theressa Sunday evening by Rev. Farmers of this section her
4 Mrs Eva Robinson last regular appointment at the New friendsin Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Waters and glad of the recent rains ana
daughter, of Ocala were visiting H. Moore appointed O. J. Phil- Tlbbltts of Keystone Heights.Mrs. 811
River Baptist Church here Sun- children attended church servicesIn busy mulching and picking
i\t\:" week this section Sunday. to fill the ''tra
lips City Clerk unex- F. Fender and son, Austin, ,
and berries.
Miss Irecn Yarbrough of the day morning evening. Clark and Alachua. Sunday.Mr. .
'I Mr and Mrs. Sam
pired term of R. A. Glrffls, resigned and daughter, Mrs. Tate Denmarkof. .
!' State Farm spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholater of Riley Sullivan were dinner guestsof and Mrs; Lonnie Parker of He also appointed J. L. Starke, attended church here .- --
with Miss Pauline Howard. Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Griffis Sun- Gainesville were visiting friends Harrell as a member of the City I Democratic nominee for gover.
Mrs. Ella Kite and son. Albert, Wiggins and non of Clayno and relatives here Sunday.Mr. Council.A Sunday evening. i nor of Kansas, toured the state tvan I
r day.Mrs. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Miss Nona Brown of Plant Cit airplane.
K. L. Grlffls was visitingher ,' committee was appointed by .
daughter and son-In-law, Mr. Micanopy spent'Sunday here as the mayor to act as a city planning I --
I'; THESE PICTURES SHOW and Mrs. Ellle Sullivan Saturday guests of her mother, Mrs. Sally board and work up desired projectsto O"'PO "' .....

night and Sunday. I Mott.Mr. submit to PWA officials. II,. $09 .
and Mrs. Godson Parker ...;;::: """ )/
Modern Three-Minute Rev J. T. Barnes of the Rising I :-... MFf
Way to section was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Martha Parker, and Miss Al- P. T. A. Meets .s ;::: ODS'

'' Ease Sore Throat Arnold Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. lie Ray Waters were attending to The Lawtey Parent Teachers As- 0'14 L! 1rJ it ,
1 buslnea In Gainesville
Arch Prevatt the past week-end. Monday.HAMPTON sociation held their regular monthly __..sTJti51NSSRUME
1ft Harvey Gainey was visiting his meeting at the school auditor- _
Ease Pain Rawness Sorenea.
: sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and ium Monday with the president, \ tAtlst.
\ y
jp:J!: Almost InstantlyHere's Mrs. Arch Prevatt Sunday and Mia* Ada Itlmrao. CorreNpoadent Mrs M.. B. Plummer, presiding.
H .
a safe modern and effective Monday.Rev. Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaugh, of Jacksonville -
{ Newton of County Personals
Clay was
Is visiting her father J.
A ,
relieve throat.
i way to sore way visiting here Sunday. F. Johnson W. F. Moore who Is working In
here this week.
,... that eases the pain, rawness ando the strawberry deal at Plant City
: irritation in as little as two or three Shoe production for the first Rev. F. M. Taylor, pastor of spent the week-end at his home \f
A\\' minutes. Many doctors advise It and half of last year totaled 187,072- the Graham Baptist Church, will here.

'kj 1. T.M.tsin. w/rddra1wwst. millions following this way.Try it. 190 pairs.attended. fill his regular appointment there The Rev. James Lyle was a visItor -
next Saturday and
c All you/ do is crush and stir 3 Sunday. to Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. .
Mrs. L. A. Johns has her
1 BAYER Aspirin Tablets in U glass church at New River as Pearl Shuman and daughter -
;l guest, her mother, Mrs. F. Johnson -
sy;! of water and gargle with it twice- Sunday. of Kentucky. Jean, spent the week-end with
Miss Audrabell Phillips and Miss relatives in Gainesville.
l'j as pictured here. (If you have signs Mrs. M. Copeland, of Jacksonville -
Melba Moody spent the weekendIn FERA officials were visiting the
1- of a cold take BAYER Aspirin and Is visiting her sister, :Mrs.
Plant City.J. school here Monday to obtainthe
drink plenty of water.) L. R. Kalch.
Iii R. Kelly, Fred Halslop, Randolph school census of this district.
/'# Get real BAYER Aspirin Tablets Crosby and H. B. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Johnson who Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mrs. W.1''.

\ I: for this purpose. They disintegrate :Misses\ Allis l Mae Drlggers Trixie have been visiting their daughter, Moore and Mrs. W. H. Edwardswere
:f 2.fr quickly and completely, making Johnson, Marie Hendricks and Mrs. Geo. Rhames Jr., of Savan- shopping in Jacksonville
ny tack leust.. i tfowlni" Ilia twice,la, without Butler nah, returned to their homes here 69 instrumentalists 2 5 vocalists.,.
{ K' *down your Do thto gargle irritating particles. Elva Carrol of Lake were Tuesday.
notfflnn mouth. BAYER Aspirin prices have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros- last Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carradlne
) Mrs. Josephine Sullivan and blending produce interpretations of
oy Sunday afternoon.J. were business visitors to Jacksonville
decisively so no Mrs. Jessie Morgan attended
L. Johns and Earnle Souther- Monday. melodies before achier-
other popular never
Afi point now in accepting than preaching at Theressa last Sun-
.tand were visiting friends in Ral- Elder and Mrs H. V. Shipper
i the real Bayer article you want. :.ord Sunday. day. and Mrs. E. E. Burney were visit- ed la radio.Directed by Frank Black.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and Ing In Jacksonville Tuesday. .

NOW .children: of Fargo, Ga., were vlslt- Mr.. T.EVERGREEN A. F. R. Carradine was a business Fridays (WJAX) 9:30 P. N.-
ng relatives and friends here Sun- Boiler. Correspondent visitor to Atlanta, Ga Mondayand And Over Coast-to-Coast

day.We Mesdames W.:B.:Grlffls Fannie Tuesday.Miss Network of NBC
are sorry to report the illness 'Grlffls, Lee Griffis of Maxvllle Eva Grant was a visitor to

a '.n .art uh.a.AYS3 : of. Mrs. W. T. Turner, but were visiting relatives here Sun Jacksonville Tuesday.T. STARKE COCA-COLA
: to know she Is day. L. Is
t rnt rY, 1 al /IItEg.5 G..d..l.yerArpvla sery glad Improving Wainwright transacting
........" ...... .. All lint :apldly.OUTPOWERS.. I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and business In Tallahassee this week. BOTTLING CO.
]' -; ----- -- ------ children were'vUitJng B. E. Rosier,, Dan Howe of Gainesville spent Starker FIa. Telephone I ti
" I and mother, Sunday.Mrs. .
J. E. Rosier and children

,\ spent the week-end with her sister -
";J'Ii Mrs. Leaton Morgan, near
Starke. Look at the new low prices *---v' ; 'i

Mrs. Hester Sapp returned home :
f:' last'week after spending the past

;. month with her son, Cohan Peele,

.1', it Raiford. Prove/the greater operating 1
,1r'' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier ana / economy

<': daughter, Lorraine and grandson
" '
'.o1l' Jimmie Lee, were visiting B. E. .. -.. -'

't Rosier and mother Sunday after-,
> noon. and as for the performance -

} t Charles Howe, of Lnwtey spent o-v ..- .
the week-end here with his father -

,1, Jack Howe, at the C C C Camp.Mr. .
: and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and
2, children Mrs. Willie Reddish and
children, were visiting Mrs. J. S.:'. DECIDE I I

'LJt: ..rm _ _ Rosier Friday afternoon.
;I! -

t O. J. Phillip. Correspondent

'", Lawtey Berries Begin Movement
Strawberries. are beginning to
,, ,; move from here In small lots daily

$ 1. for.nearby markets. Tuesday-aaw,
' the largest shipment of the season /CHEVROLET
11t when 3600 pints were shipped from

the local platform. Prices were
mostly seven cents with most
shipments -
Out-Starts' THE giant power of the AEROTYPE going unsold. CHEVROLET has always specialized in ability. And the new Master De Lure

I; Vaporize lowest temper With the showers we had here value. But never before has roles beautifully streamlined longer i
.. CROWN ETHYL from its complete ,
.rw ature-quick warm-up comes Monday night and Tuesday and Chevrolet offered such big and outstanding notably lower in appearance the Fee

ii)I." minimum choking.OutClimbs. vaporization..Every drop is converted into warm son Is weather not far away.promised, the sea value as these fine Chevrolet for 1935. The Car of the low-price field. Here indeed, i

l,' vapor-POWER-with no dragging ont Dry weather Is retarding the New Standard Chevrolet world's low.... values that excel all previous Chevrolet value*.V'

priced six-cylinder car setting a new high in we suggest that you see and drive one of tlxj
.nd.lu ock
. 4Y, ever Highest offered for Ian4 serviceno rating acCount of raw gasoline..It is economy to Chevrolet performance economy and reliDeW Chevrolet at your earliest convenkowj

'; carbon knocks.OutClasses. use it, especially when unmixed.Wlth'other ? CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT. MICHIGAN
Constipated Compmnattnl.,'.'-ddi prlae and..y G. M.... C.__.A G.r..d AI'*" Vales
,:A I fueL No increase in price-sells for only two .
': HM the highest specific cents a gallon more than Crown Gasoline. Th doctors say .
, \ Sots ever applied to motor Us treatment
4. ga o>Une. liquid!! !

'I":1t. Here is the soundest advice anyone
: OutAheadVirtually can give on the subject of laxative .
.'! ..free il 4VI: J It is based on medical opinion. We
ga -no
want you to have tbe benefit of this tit
: gummy or sticking valve*to information no mo'IT what laxative
-/,; cause ION of power. you may buy

The secret tit rent relief from constipation the Nw Standard Chevrolet Coach:
OutstandingPositively to red'wert dosage. You can't The New Martor Da Line Oievrelot Coach

regulate' the bowcli unless you can

1, \ like and amazingly a NEW fuel-un.superior CROWNETHYL is regulate why doctor the!help use you s give lewd them.laxative Thai: THE HEW _STMMRB CHEVROLET THE HEW MASTER BE LIXE CHEVROL

+ to any gasoline heretofore. the dose cut be measured to a drop. AND UP. Li.t prio. of AND UP. Lie plc.01 M46ae
old. Avoid natives( that you can't cut 4H _S'.n(Ud R_.'.r Dm Lu.Coup ml flmt.M
dO'lll1l111 Jos ,r tbo! that Ian C. $16O Wttlt bump.'.,./>'".,
;especially: 'e h bump.r., "
and tit. look, tft* /' '
roam to require burger doses than and tit. _notion.56O US.OO .":
when you Dvfan: their use. prm A,$ jot to..h.n/. without lKnAetion
tmnm/ "
'"* >
Under! the den-tor'care you usual oA J Iy get a liquid l tative. The right OCAL* sown!
I liquid Ifuativr: : awe* the right kind
I of help. and (lie right amount of

'l ..... .1-. FOR YOUR MOTOR I, help.until you Smatter dou't! and need smaller any. dcaes CHEVROLET for 1935

The liccld laxative generally arM
U Dr. CaldwtU't: Syrup Peptin. It
contain* ...."...'and castor*-natural CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY AT LOW COST
laxative that forti no habit! "


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IN KENTUCKY H Chevrolet Co.


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been done easily In all the f ing in the morning as the boy is on France. He came out unhurt In a CARD OF THANKS! ,

.1 his way to school will frequentlygive sheaf of grain. We wish to thank our neighborsand ,;: '

(From Other Pens sion.The story says the unemployedmen the lad just the needed encouragement An automobile hit a baby car friends who SO kindly assistedus FUNERAL DIRECTORS :

were "rewarded" but does not for that particular riage in Jersey City. Philip Romano during the Illness and deathof vur Many Year Experience! Makes It PoMlble for ITs to Render );
day. Do we do that/' Can we three months old and a pairof our dear father and brother, W. EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE t
HONESTY state how. Jobs would'probably truthfully say that we have been pillows blew through the air H. Norman, for words of comfort MODERATE PRICES /
NATURAL have been their choice for rewards.St. the means and channel by which a with the greatest of ease. The infant and for the beautiful flower offerings DC WITT JONES COMPANY "

IA little tale of honesty comes Augustine Record. boy gets Inspiration to do better landed on the'plllows and nobody STARKE. FLORIDA

| Adelaide South Australia. -o- things? was burt.William May God's blessings rest on you

om that HELPING BO'S"No There la so much we can do inboys' McFadden, of all. (.
man In city cameL Chicago,
J business man stands so straight as
work without ever having to started a flight of iron stairs.A His Family. ,
to a bank after drawing mono when he stoops to help a boy." take any time to do It. Most men step broke.up His head caught in .

to pay the wages of big emlovees. With so many million of men out are willing to do this if they only the superstructure and he was An Incubator, warmed by electricity HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's
As he windhis ofce I' of work it is such an easy matterto realized how easily it can be done. hanged.A I and able to hatch 20,000 eggs i
a strong gust of ,become careless and pay no attention "No man stands so straight as at a time, has been constructed bya
f his hat. In a sudden effort to I to boys. Men are doubly when he stoops to help a boy"- dog fell from a tenth story I Canadian. Most Popular Hotel"
capture the hat he lost forty- busy with the affairs of businessand Times-Herald, Alliance, Neb. window in New Jersey, landing on
bree one-pound notes. They blew trying to figure out how they Albert Barrett. The man's skull I

way like a lot of autumn leaves can live up to their codes. Worrying STRANGE MISHAPS was fractured. stone against his head and killed NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard
immediately people began to details occupy one's mind. Yet, In Dayton, Ohio, a woman was
ramble for the notes. It happen. all about us, are boys who need The young woman who wanted blinded by smoke from her cooking him.Harry Bonttus, of Kendervllle, Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay .
traffic spot, and that from stove. She ran into the street and Ind., scratched match on oil
1 to be a busy help-the help comes encouraging : to go out to swim, and was told by a ;
,In was falling, two things wblcbIDpll.ated words, a helping hand, an automobile killed her. soaked trousers. He repaired a Opposite Union Bus Station
: the situation consld- a little boost. All these helpful I her mother to hang her clothes on Mrs. Janet Ward's auto shot doctor and a new pair of pants.

ably. Before long, however ev- things take Just a minute of any I a hickory limb and not go near the over a 178-foot cliff on Economy A dog In Murphysboro, Tenn.,

y one of the forty-three notes man's time--and yet they meanso water, was not over-cauuous after Mountain, rolled over 14 times and committed suicide by turning on
as i back In the possession of the much to a boy. all. The majority of accidents smashed Into a tree. She was the gas jet of a kitchen stove. Lowest Rates Ever Quoted I
iner. It does not take long for a boy take place In our own backyards. slightly bruised.A i The Macon News comments:
learned later that some ofe to grow and develop into a man. Some lover of the curious has Los Angeles youth decided to Thus we find that In spite of all '

It men was who had been active in It may be that what we say today taken the trouble to compile a list end it all with gas. He lit a cigar the care and caution we take accidents Single Room with. ,Bath ________________ __ .,__ $1.50 'I'

covering the money were unem- will have a big influence on what of the remarkable accidents for ette und waa blown out of the will happen in the best reg- Double Room With Bath -------------------- 2.00
ioyed. Apparently It hadn't oc- kind of a man he will be. Are we 1934 and here are some of them: house. ulated families. Some of them are '

I irred to anyone to pocket any ofe doing the thing that will help a Nine year old Henry Guyot was John Biesgy eat on his front serious and many are merely ridiculous. ALFRED SIMONS Manager. '
money, although It might have boy/' Just a cordial word of greet- sucked up by a wheat binder in porch. A passing car flipped a .-Ex. \

o Know Florida Better Is To Know Starke Better 11 I


(Quality & Service) ing-In fact, everything that you I The Shell Refining Company, located Mr. Alexander has 'built for

Closely Identified with the pro- would expect to find in a high In Starke, Is one of the most himself and his concern a large

lens of Florida is the progress ofla class store of this kind. wide-awake and progressive I and steadily growing business because -

Bradford Hardware,Company, If you call In person, or drop this 'KNOW FLA. WEEK'Know wholesale gasoline and oil distributing of his pleasing personalityand

J rapidly growing firm that open- store a line telling Just what you stations. In the state. It sup- straightforwardness In his bua-

ll I Its doors for business in Starke want, you will receive a courteous plies a large territory and has Incas dealings. Ho has equipped
l 9t three years ago. response at all times. It seems long since been known in Bradford his firm with the necessary conveniences -

iMr. Carlisle, the capable man- foolish to order your hardware and adjoining countlea. By for serving the public, and
Ler of the business, believes in from a distant mail order house, Florida Cotter Week was inaugurated by the Florida State Chamber of Commerce in reason of satisfactory service, it whether your order U. large or

flvertlslng Florida to the worldr when you have a store like this In rapidly expanding and merits small, you are accorded satisfac-
| he knows that our own com- one right In your midst. In tradIng 1928 mainly as a period of inquiry ; that Florida's citizens might keep abreast of improved your support and patronage.Mr. tory service.

unity Is bound, sooner or later, wltBf hometown merchants you conditions, since it is a fact that the resoul'ce/map of Florida changes almost as rapidly as Josse Alexander, the distributor Mr. Alexander and his assistants ('
} derive a great amount of benefitom not only know exactly what you Is an old Bradford County are of broad experience In 1'

such a program. It Is forIts are getting, but you save high does the State's highway map. No American people are as self-critical of their own State's boy and formerly made his home lubrication and you can rely on 1
that the Bradford transportation charges, which of- I In Hampton before he and his parents what they tell you about olla and

ardware reason Company Is lending Its ten make the article cost more progress as are Floridians. This State's soil for example, reveals versatility that is apparently moved to Starke about a grease, whether for auto, truck, ,

Ipport to "Know Florida Week.". than you had figured on. year ago. He has always been UHOH- tractor, machine iihop or factory. I
J This local hardware firm, with The Bradford Hardware Com- unequalled, challenging man's experimental genius elated In the minds of the peopleof Naturally, a business, whoso

Ihich should become better pany should certainly share a partof this county with any movement progress depends HO entirely on the
that wart for the promotion of of the slate
Tquainted, If you are not alreadye your Interest in the coming progress generally, la !
of their regular customers, "Know Florida Week," and when amateur athletics and lust season Interested in the program for the

cries a complete line of builders' the week Is over you should con- Know Florida's Know Your served as director of u winning "Know Florida Better Week," and ''%

tpplies, hardware, farm supplies, tinue to be one of this firm's All-Florida ChairmanNo baseball! team of which the entire Mr. Alexander hopes the above Information ,}
tints and oils, radios, wire fenc- steady customers. IndustryLumber community wan proud, and also will enable citizens of
was president of the North East I thin county to know their Shell /*,
and naval stores is perhaps community could long exist Florida League. I distributing: agency better *3f.
I AGENT without Its schools :;.
KNOW YOUR INSURANCE Florida's greatest Industryand so every loyal
citizens during "Know Florl -- it la for this reason that the -- KNOW YOUR STARKE SCHOOL I
should make It a point to
[The and of our take an active interest In any
growth progress W. G. Hair Lumber Mill wishes to become better acquainted with the -
buutlful state is splendidly rel movement that is for the purposeof
the community. He make Bradford County acquaintedwith Bradford County school system. Activities la Bradford County ant In building up this great stateof J
l building
cted In the growth and progressthe up the During the past few years of financial during "Know Florida Week" will, ours. ,A state is'Just what Its "!I f
Insurance com- was responsible in a large measurefor its operations during .
prominent stress when schools all naturally revolve around the Bradford citizens make It, and so Mr. Gray
Imles in this section the winning baseball team that that has been designated as '
represented field period over the country Were...ahuttlng County High School, and the realizes that the better boys andgirls
feelsat Starke was abU to put laJJi
He Week.
Mr.'Harold C. Wall "Know Florida
down and were unable to run their programs thut will be held thereIn ho turns out of school, the ,
( he should take advantage of last year and at the present Mr. Hair, owner of the only saw
President of the full terms, no high school pupil In observance of this forward better state we will have In the future -
'now Florida Week" to make he Is serving as Bradford mill now operating near Starke, l Bradford County was Inconvenienced movement. Much of the credit, of ,
loHpectlve clients throughout this Young Democratic Club of came here In September from
for the Interest of the local
by having his education neglected course, In endorsing the "Know Florida
ictlon familiar with the va- County. Jacksonville where he was prominently
school should to Leon A
WHEREAS Florida, by so much as a day' --the go Mr. Week"
od attractive policies that he is This popular agency sells fire, engaged in the lumber bus- perhapsmore Mr Gray said: t
who done much for the
steam boiler, plate glass, than tiny other State in the school here without exception has Gray I that I the Bradford
position: to offer. tornado, Iness. since coming to Starke, advancement of Education facilities "Anything or
JMr. Wall represents some of the automobile, accident, surety bonds, even In the brief time that he Union has undeveloped possibilities operated .the full eight months In the country during the three I County High School can do to
of that have to be learned to be term. ,
forms only
and all other
IItrongest'and most health, has been here he has made many '
rgest, popu- of
that he has been further this will
years principal program, we gladly
Ir insurance that pertain to the con fulfilled, andWHEREAS Much of the credit for this rec.
companies in the country. He friends who have found it a pleasure -
the school here. execute I to
an Insurance expert and enjoys duct of an up-to-date agency. to have business or social! deal- this year of 1933, ord must, of course, go to A, J, high want urge every
J Mr. Gray IK one of the most vigorous parent and Interested citizen
If are not acquainted with offering an it does a promise GrlfflH, the able county superintendent
but the unusual you with him. His employees
large patronage, Ings
of Florida booster and
do to
it. most anymovement possibly so,
will do better things, a propitious of Instruction who
varied policies, you public ,
these deal
ccess that he has achieved is due that they will get a square to advance the Intermits the that
to visit Mr. Waifs office dur- time for all Floridians, her visitors Is now serving Bradford for his programs are being .I
] a large measure to the fact that and are willing to cooperate with and Interested In of this state naturally meet with held In the county schools duringthe
Week" and second term of office. Mr. Grlffls
t appreciates the value and nccee-!: ing "Know Florida him In every way to help build up hia approval anti wholehearted week of February 1823. Those
of the advantages and rates Florida to make a study of her as- Is a native of this county and received -
the business. learn that will be the meansof
ky of real service In an industry support. Naturally, his tank of who attend will learn what of loy-
the reliable companies sets, natural, scenic, historical, so- his education In the public "
(Despite his business obligations, offered by bringing an additional payroll
educating the mind and trainingthe alty to the state Is being taught ;
economic and ,
cial and
Ir. Mr. Wall represents. schools heer-that In one of the reasons -
Wall always finds time to which Into Stnrke.Mr. WHEREAS there is wide- bodies of the youth of this to their children In the school of '
a why he hall tholr Interest so
Hair knows the value of demand for facts county la one of the most Import- Bradford County" d;
lumber and believes that children spread pertainingto much at heart. Despite his many .
r KNOW PRIEST'S TEN CENT STORE I should begin to be educated at an Florida's history and progress; troubles and Interruptions-/

early age so they will help pre her wild life and points of Interest, anyono who halt ever visited l hilt KNOW,DENMARK FURNITURE CO. IIt
of article In this NOW THEREFORE, I, David I office cannot deny that he has
Just about two years ago a now when in any vent the costly forest fires that are -
re came to Starke and filled a line. > retarding the state's greatest in- Sholtz, by virtue t>< the power vest them-Mr. Grlffls Is always foundIn was Indeed a fortunate day for I patron. Ills firm wields a tremendous f'
In Since its establishment here the that the following ed In me as Governor of the Stateof I a good humor and ready to cooperate when 'i'I
e {is community. This new busies business of this store has grown pledge be taken by all Florida, do hereby' proclaim and In whatever movement he the Denmark Furniture Company furniture markets and secures ',
was Priest's Ten Cent Store, rapidly and any movement to bet- school children: i declare the week t>f February 17- thinks to be for the best interest opened Its store here about five concessions which could not otherwise -, '\:

uld not be complete unless yourn of the country and Its leading enterprises woods or grass-land which Is not be designated as Besides his many other duties, made wonderful strides to the reap the benefits of these ,

more about this valuable ad- must certainly Include my own, as It Is against the laws OUT-DOOR FLORIDA WEEKa Mr. Grlffls has now taken the time front and has become closely Iden- savings. I.
Ion to Bradford County.The this popular red-fronted establish of the state. period for the study and contemplation to serve aw chairman from this titled with Its policy of furnishing Though Mr. Denmark has only f'
of Florida and
of the
[ Starke store of this chain Is ment. 2. I will secure brush or trash story county on the All-Florida Committee the people of thIs communitywith been a resident of Starke for a short "
crated by Mr. Clayton Priest Mr. Priest, manager of the store, piles by raking all Inflammable her out-of-doors. I an organization that haa as quality furniture at reasonable while, he has won for himself and '
10, In the short while he has been Is lending his cooperation In the matter away from them for a distance DAVE SHOLTZ Its purpose the advertising of i prlcea. his firm the admiration and good '

our city, has made it be known "Know Florida" movement for he of eight feet before I set Governor. Florida not only to Its own people, I Mr. P. B. Denmark, well-known will of the people thorughout this 'J

At this community has gained knows that to know Florida ii to fire to them. but In the four corners of the manager of the store, in InterestedIn section.. '
other worthy citizen and busl-' love it and any program to further 3. I know that woods and grass earth. "Know Florida Week" because Next Week la a week Bet aside ,

ns man. He and his efficient Its progress certainly meets with fires ruin bird and game cover and Mr. Griffin Is also President of he realizes that every person whoIs for becoming better acquainted ;1

ff of clerks give a courteous reuse his approval.If i also destroy or injure unborn the Business Men'a Club of Starke, brought to our state by thin. advertising with your surroundings and you
to customers at all times you are not In the habit of vis- young Infant and adult birds and an organization that has been instrumental means one more home, should not neglect the Denmark .t

I have succeeded In making this iting Prlesta'B Ten Cent Store, by animals. In bringing several new and one more home means that we Furniture Company. If you have :..t l'
abllshment\ BO much a part of all means make it a point to do Mr. Hair Joins wholeheartedly Industries Into this community and are that much nearer the goal of not visited heir large and attractive ''::
every day life of the people of so on your next shopping tour and with the remainder of the state In Is doing more than Its share In the irogersH for Florida for which we store recently, make It a point l f'

iclford County and surrounding get to know an establishment that I observing!: "Know Florida Better growth of Starke and Bradford are all Htrlvlng. to do so next week. Even if you jj
rltory that they have come to will assuredly have a big part to Week." County. ; do not expect to buy any furniture ['!,

''ard it aa a matter, of course to play In the up-building of thIs 11 r. Denmark In thoroughly familiar soon, it will give you a feeling of >
I on Priest's Ten Cent Store community. with every detail of the pride to know that this local con- i

.. furniture business and he has"" a cern can fill your needs whenever"'

personal> .consideration for every the time arrived. P

n the hustle and bustle of every I member of the Board of County
life we often do not realize the Bond Trustees during the very :
'ortance of the industries that trying period from which we are I .'W. P. Smith has known the part ;of the state, but his products r!
I beAuties and benefits of Flolrdn are shipped to distant
and at the present many,
right in our midst and that Just emerging, '
for time but he Is always ,
an able chairman a long points.
the backbone of our time Is serving as I
imunlty very, and it Is for the pur- of the City Council of Starke. County Site is located 46 miles SW of Jacksonville on the main line of S. A. ready and willing to tell other people With the location of this plant in i"
of ourselves better It Is hard to realize what Starke about them. This la the spirit Starke, many people are given employment :;;
luainted with these firms, and would be without Industries such L. Ry. and State Highways No. 13, 28 and 48. that should be adopted by every who would otherwise be "

state in general that the pe- aa the Starke Ice Company, and citizen of our beautiful state durIng -: jobless, and hundreds of dollarsare oJ
of February 18-23 has been all too little credit Is given them "Know Florida Week," February paid out to the laboring people .:";

gnated aa "Know Floridak" for the part they have had In build- Average: 1823. of this, community. The money t't
Ing up our community and the part Each part of the state has Its Is spent with our home town mer- i-
will continue to play In I I own Individual industries, and one chant..'and thus does the Starke r;;
ne of Starke's oldest, most re- they
An of this of the most valued In Starke la Stave- Mil contribute Its measure .g
Ie Starke and very Ice essential that firms has Is local the future.plant would do much to make RESOURCES Our principal resources: Strawberries, Sweet corn: Irish and Sweet Potatoes Mr. Smith's Stave Mill,, one of the towards the upbuilding of Starke J.

ed the people Company of Bradford the average citizen realize the importance ; Sugar Cane, Tobacco, Poultry, Hogs, Cattle, Early Green Vegetables, Pecans, Tung I(concerns that keeps the wheels of and Bradford County. {i'
of sucb industries and progress turning In Bradford Mr. Smith tea man of broad visIon ?1
|nty faithfully for many years, and Timber.
Naval Stores
Nuts, County. and can sea even greater \
only an Ice factory, but as Mr Wall will be glad to show anyone i
'' his well-equipped t* Mr. Smith Is a firm believer In things In store for Florida In the
>l Id storage plant, a grist mill, through. schools. A ( to live. Florida. He moved to Starke future than has been the case In 1 M1e'the ::
In many other useful ways building CHURCHES-Live ones. Good good place
e Mr. Set a day aside during next weekto about four years ago from Lak.CIt3' past. He Is willing to do his :
,proprietor of the plant. visit this interesting Industry, but that Is all the moving he .part in bringing about this brighter :,
Wall of
g his ,business besides the has duties devoted for knowing leading concerns like IIEILBRONN SPRINGS-Just North West of .Starke located, Heilbronn Springs, long endorsed expects to do In a long Ion
y this Is the only way that we can and recommended by hundreds who have benefited by the His firm manufactures turfcntltstavbs obligation any movement ;1$
years of.his life to serving by leading physicians .
wonderful state of and beading and doe a t-'g that Is begun for the betterment :.t
ublle iatlv county trust. In He several baa been offices a ours truly know this use of its waters in the treatment, Stomach,. Kidney, Bladder and Skin Diseases. volume of business, not only In this of the community .t


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Green-Thomas WeddingOf Mr and Mrs.'Torru ell a Hilda Searing Honored On Garfield Evans League More rice Is consumed tblll

Interest HereOf ,I Entertain For Daughter Fifth Birthday Anniversary Union :Met Here other food product.. I.,
r ,30Cielyjf interest to a wide circle of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Torruella, Mr. and Mrs. Glen O. Searing en- The GarfIeld Evans League Un The dollar value of --
friends. throughout the county was were at hume to a number of their tertained a number of the little ion, composed of the Epworth motor car financing in retell ,
the marriage of Miss Lucile Thomas friends Sunday'evening, when they folks at their home last Friday aft- Leagues of the Starlte, Melrose, sixty per cent over June lure 1933,
of Jacksonville and Russell H entertained in honor of their ernon In honor of the fifth birthday -. Waldo, Hawthorn and Orange
---- Green of Brooker, which was quietly daughter MI8B''Clementine, whose anniversary of their daughter, Creek Methodist Churches:: met .
f solemnized on Friday evening fourteenth"-birthday anniversarywas Hilda. with the Stark Church.Thursday
f n i .Presiding. Elder At Woman's Club Holds February 1, at the home of the, that .date. Elaborate valentine decorationswere night Send $1.

11 .Methodist Church Sunday Monthly Meeting ,bride's brother, Sidney Thomas, 'In ,A color w hems of pink and used throughout this home. A short business session was for the next 8
r .' Dr. Felix Hill, presiding Elder of The February business and social Jacksonville. green was Jj Jectlvely carried out Mrs. Searing assisted by Mrs Sam conducted after which the young month 01,
i' the"' Jacksonville District, will meeting of the Woman's Club The Impressive ring ceremonywas In the decorations* of this bome.During Anderson, Mrs. W, H. Hart and folks assembled at the Woman's THEATLANTIC
\, preach', the"morning; service at was held on Wednesday after- performed by the Rev.: Clar the evening the honoree Mrs. O. C. Register entertainedthe Club where a social period was en- -
, I the Methodist Church Sunday. noon. ence E. Saunders pastor of the and her sister Miss Virginia, both young folks with games and joyed, and where refreshmentswere MONTHLY
" Following the service the quarterly Lowery Memorial Baptist Church, young radio: ,stars who broadcast pictures were made of the happy I served. -
'.1 conference meeting will beheld The president, :lire Edward In the presence of a few close : weekly over*' the NBC network group. .-
I. -- with Dr. Hill presiding. All Burns presided over the meet- friends and members of the family. from station WJZ in New York Refreshments of Ice cream and ; the moat of your read.
., members are urged to be present Ing.After The bride had as her only attend- City, who were here on a short individual cakes were served, each 'A sixteenth century Saxon suit MAKE hours Enjoy the will
t 'and all visitors, welcome to this regular routine business ant Mlos Alva Falrcloth. and the visit with their' parents, favored guest receiving a lovely favor. The of' tilting armour brought $1,700 the wisdom, the companionshij
I service had been disposed of and new bus- bridegroom had a.'his best man, the guests with several song and I color of the refreshments and favors in London the charm that have made i uj
.11'." iness taken up Mrs. L. A. Davis Willie Roberts. Mrs. H.W. Anderson dance numbers. effectively carried out the BLUE BUS SCHEDULES ATLANTIC for seventy.flyjj

' made a motion that the Woman's/ and Mrs. Amy Haddock sanga Refreshment. of cake, punch Valentine colors. Dally effective Sept. 1;1034 years, America's most quoted\!j
Club of Starke go on record as disapproving duet "Roses. A reception was and candles were served by Mrs. Hilda received many lovely gifts Northbound-1:18 a. m., 1:59 p. and most cherished magazine f
RITZ the cows running at held immediately after the cere Torruella aslated by L'Etta Cor- from her little friends invited to m., 5:24: p. m., 9:19 p. m.
THEATRE large in the county. This was sec I mony. pening and Mary Lorraine Stock- share this happy occasion with her, Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34 a. Send $1 (mentioning this add) |

i : -,STARKE, FLORIDA onded by Mrs. Demorest. Mrs. Green is the attractive well. The large embossed birth- who were: m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m. to
Mrs.: L:A. Davis announced that daughter of Mr. M. Thomas of day cake on which stood fourteen Janet Anderson, Madge Brownlee Tickets and Information at The Atlantic Monthly,
: Feb. 17-23 would be observed as Baldwin. Mr, Green Is the son of Betty Ann Flynn, Paul Canova -
PROGRAMBEGINNING I small pink candles, was cut and Smith's Service Station, next to 8 Arlington St., Boston
, Outdoor Week in Florida. She Mrs Lucretia Green and the late ''I served to the guests. 3rd, Bobby Gray, Sharon Hall courthouse.
jl. FRIDAY I read the suggestive program sent Robert H. Green, prominent cit --=....-....-. Joe and Margaret Montleth Marjorie -
, FRIDAY, FEB. I5TII e out by State Conservation Chairman -' izens of the Brooker section. I W. cTr: : UWi:,,, Observe Manning, Jock Grlffla, Jr.,
,I Wives" and added a few of her own Mr. and Mrs. Green are at hometo Peggy Ann Wiggins, Norwood Freshly Roasted! Freshly Ground!
"Strange Mrs. T. T. Long read a poem onconservatton ; their friends in Brooker, where Golden. AnniversaryThe ... Guilford, Shirley Montgomery
'f. June ,f'la'wortt.-RoKer FryorEsther I 'entitled! "Wild Flow- Barbara Jean Johns and Jean and
they will reside. W. C. T. U. will entertainthis COFFEE
, IlaMonSATURDAY ers," by Mrs. C. A. Miles. afternoon' (Friday) at three Joyce Price_of Jacksonville.. '

FEB. 16 Mrs. Carpenter told of the work Junior Music Club Meets o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. W. Selected from the finest coffee! grown
I, "Smoking Guns"Ken being planned for Outdoor WeekIn White. An Interesting programhas Presbyterian Ladies Meet nnd blended three ways to suit every
The Junior :Music Club of
the school. been In honor of the
. prepared ofthe' taxte.
: The Ladles Auxiliary
MaynardSUN.MON. Starke met Wednesday afternoon,
The musical program for the afternoon first organization of the Woman'sChristian Presbyterian Church met; Tuesday 8 O'clock Ked Circle Iloknr
6, at the
, FEB.' 17-18 was under the direction of February. PresbyterianManse. Temperance Union In afternoon, February 12, at three- Mild-Mellow Full Bodied "Wlney" ISTAalltHW
"Romance In Mrs Kincald. A tap dance num- Starke, which was fifty years ago thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs.O. .
I .. ber was given by Charles'Fenderand Our next meeting will be held at this month; and also honoring Miss E. Stansbury.. !lb. !19c 1k 23c 25cDIXIE
I.' Manhattan"Ginger Miss Lillian Moseley. Sev- the Manse on Wednesday after- Frances E, Willard whose heavenly Mrs. Donald MacQueen gave a WHEAEEfANOMYAULES
' Rogers/ eral old time melodies '''were ren- noon February 20. These meetings birthday'anniversary also comes very inspiring talk on the book,
I i' KrnncU Lwlrrer dered by Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid.: are very Intrcsting and we this month.., "Lord Teach Us to Pray." An an-
I to have all members No invitations have been sent CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated
hope presentat
The hostesses for the afternoon nual of all officers and
: TUES.-WED., FEB. 10-20 report 5 Lb. Cloth Bag 10 14) I
served hot tea and wafers. the next meeting. out but any'charter member of
chairman of committees were given
4,1 "Mills of The Gods"May N. T. Ritch Reporter. that first organization, and her which was followed with an SUGAR 24c 48tl$
It... Rolmon-Victor Jory descendents, all who have been election of officers which were as
I'',' \ Fnv "'r.v: members here during the last fifty follows A. .. ,
II DON'T (GET UP NIGHTS : President, Mrs. W. -- -
At Your Service years and those who are vitally
Stern II. II.
- THI'RS.-FRi., FEB. 21.2 : Vice-Pres. Mrs.
, M4KH "Till! IIlIft 'I;I I'" Interested in this work are cor- FANCY U. S. NO. 1IRISHPOTATOES
Young; Secretary, Mrs. J. H. Kin-
"Red Morning"Steffi oil, leaven, etc., invited. .
Use Juniper Bucllil dially .
t law Treasurer, Mrs. E. M. Davis.
Dunn'Lit Cucnrncha. ) to fliiHh out excess acids and waste lOLbs. 12c
After the business session the
Regis/ Toomf.y: mutter net rid of bladder Irrlta Epworth League Enjoys
hostess served 'delicious salad
' lion that causes, waking up,, frequent --
TRIAL. AND IF YOU ARE Lake Party course.
desire, scanty flow burning Dorothy Kinlaw, Sec'y- GRANDMOTHER'S: -FRESH, PLAIN or SLICED
"Gilded Lily" KEEP and backache let Juniper oil. Hull Members 'tofthe< ..Starke Senior Loaf or Rolls Family Loaf Pullman |
v With Claudette Colbert'Rumba u leaves etc., In little green tab- Epworth League! enjoyed an outingat Honored On BirthdayMrs. 14-oz 18-oz. 24-07.
eta called Uuketn the bladder lax- the Peek place at Kingsley
;f I HALL'S PLACE. alive. ,In four days If not pleased Lake last Thursday evening.A Wilbur A. Scott entertained BREAD 6c 8c 1 lOc
;)\' With George Raft and Carob K<> back and got your 25o. jet your umber of games were played Tuesday afternoon in honor of

Lombard I Near Seaboard Station I rel&'ulan..Jep. and feelfull; of. pep. during the social period after her mother-in-law, Mrs. Fred A, .- - -
"'" .'I Mitchell'sUrns.Store! which a weiner roast was enjoyed. Scott who had reached another IONA-with Pork and Tomato Sauce
) milestone on life's journey. 8 16-oz. cans 24 16-oz. cunil
.. Glowing calendulas and ferns
v'"..,, iz wel e used for the charming decor- BEANS 35c $1.03
ation In the living room where the
.' guests were seated. From three
to five the guests enjoyed conver-I Fancy, Blue Rose 'Fine for use on the table
SAFETY sation and presenting numbers of or In the kitchen
X: lovely gifts to the honoree.- The RICEExponent I NUTLEYOLEO

" GLASS hostess, assisted by Miss Elaine '
" served refresh
'I, Wynn tempting Quality
<.. ALL ments at the close of the after- Whole Grain

, AROUND noon.Invited guests were: Mrs. T., N. 5.lbs. ,20c 2 Ibs. 25c

,,. ...... Limbaugh of Lakeland, Mrs L. v
;c J. Wynn. Mrs. L. A. Wynn' of
r, Hampton, Mrs. A. Sterns Mrs. A.M Rnh' Cedar Valley Bacon Mandy. Old Fashioned
: Darby, Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. SQUARES lb. 23c GROUND
W. J. Epperson. Mrs. J. W. White.
' Mrs. E. S. Matthews Misses Olive Rather Cedar; Valley PICNIC MEAL 5 lbs 12;
:, and Amelia Ray, and Mrs. H. A.
Bishop. HAMS lb. 15c
_. Winner, Rock Ground

.I S 0. E. S. NoticeThe Rxth'n ItREAtiFBacon Cod.rANT Valley Lb. GRITS Sibs I 15c .'

F regular meeting of the Strips 29c
Starke Chapter Order .of Eastern ION" S No. 2 1-2 Cans

.i'.r Star will be held at the Chapter Fancy Smoked Side TOMATOES 23c |
.rt I room Monday night at seventhirty -

t F r -. i o'clock. BACON lb. 25c Cold Stream PinkSALMON
* All members urged to be present
!, and all visiting O. E. S. membersare 10c|
\'t welcome. SuniivfleM Fancy Sliced
{, Mrs. Edna Hart, W. M. BANANAS

>. LUGGAGE BUILT IN''< FENDERS BIG -Mrs.i\ Eva-Anderson. Secy.Mrs. BACON Ib. 37c -4 Lbs. ___,_ 15c|

.., r fcOOxieinch i Kemp Entertains ,

"' TIRES Mrs. R. L. Kemp entertained the NUCOA Pound 21c
4; COMFORT BODY AIR.IALLOON Clng'a Messenger's Sunday School .

Class of the Baptist Church, of
which she is the teacher at her "Try a package of the new Nucoa made from pure whole pits
r I teurl/.ed milk and finest vegetable oil.. Compare It with the
home Street afternoon -
on Cherry Tuesday
;Yr, w .' cooking and baking/ fat :you are now iMlng. If In every way:/
f.0 '" 1".- W. at a Valentine party. you are not delighted with the new Nucoa and do not find it
, '1'" >>>'" I )}--4 I Valentine decorations were usedIn moro economical, just' return the package and the unused por
the living and dining rooms tlon of the new Nueon, with your name and addremt to UM, mind
where the young folks were enter- we will give you DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK."
rEXTRA. U0LL4R\ALUE tained. Games were enjoyed and a J
:; :
l ; ; : Valentine box, from which each
COCOA. 1-Ib. lOc 2-lb. I9c
,' Iv guest; drew a Valentine, proved tobe can can
. Z > a very entertaining feature of
1r. n: <::1 f the afternoon's entertainment. ANN PAGEPEANUT
Mrs. Kemp assisted by Juanita BUTTER 8-oz. jar lOc |

.'il'1 ; t... Barefoot and Clara Flume served
salad course to the fifteen mem-

, ;;; 1TVRD built many dollars of extra are all Included in the .delivered price bers present.Spworth APRICOTS 2 No. 21/2 Cans 35c |

") ; i r. HERE'S THE AVERAGE JT value Into the 1935 Ford Y-8 and of the new Ford V-8.. Tire this fact League Union To WHITE HOUSE -

:' I 'j' EXTRA COST then reduced the price. into consideration" whenurcbashig Hold Institute At Waldo'The EVAP. MILK 3 Baby Cans 9c|
t,1. K '
l '*
1 your 193S .. Garfield Evans League UnIon HEINZ Frenh
't} J Safety glass all around at no- Cucumber

'! ; ,J I FORD .extra cost.'("JComfortable; Zone1' No matter what yon mat :want In a Waldo, will Church-hold an beginning Institute at next the PICKLES Large Jar 25cj I

:',;., 't EXTRA DOLLAR V ALOE riding, which gee back seat pas car-style, safety speed power, economy Thursday night February 21. A Million Little Plumber In every can

'I q: I FEATURESeengen a frond seat ride." 'A rugged endurance or,.comfort- through The Institute Friday and will Sunday continue and PLUMITE Per Can 21c

;[, l'I f' luggage compartment, built into the Ford V-8 for 1935 will\ meet. .your Miss Eula Lee Clan, of Lakeland, -- ------ --
' 1' .!I.. I ,s1sb; -CL' .."l. 7.sot.$t&N the car. Fender. that match the' needs. See; this car today. If yon study director of the Methodist Young IONA BRAND-SPAGHETTI or 8 7-oz. cans. 1 case, 2&-pM
'T'::< I T-tat'..t..p 30.N People's work In Florida,will con-
'u''" $ e............. hotly Big, 6.00x16" air-balloon it t. feature by feature, yoq will agree duct the Institute and Rev, B. :M. MACARONI 35c $1.03|

t''' :i c-t.trWe..u.: ... tires (extra wide tread). It is th 'biggest dollar value In Ford Montgomery. pastor of the local
(we..use b.st M1 church will be one of the teachers.
:it : 1 If't And U drive I
OI'1 you 0-yatl --- --
Study these features carefully. All of the from
t+ r..r.I. Match INI 7.SOt.lteS young people the FANCYWINES.4PEATiNO or COOKING I
e'r III .1} Rios. Ir AIr.......: they were not proriJed as part of tbe'will Wy;: it. Starke League who can are urgedto
attend these '
y meetings. APPLES 5 lb&25c Per box $1.95
?t, 'Thu 0.a purchase price, you would find they $ AND't'P: P.o. .. nmtorr.t .
,j:, i' *.. f.... ,.rwwr..I..T Jacksonville
i 1.... .. $14.10 represented an. .extra, cost running In., 495 1'-..C.I'fAe.reA..U.l.n.lc.wa ...... Couple -- -- -.- --- -. ----------
'j Married Here
i, 1. to many, additional, dollars. But they t.d r- r.-- r m:: ... CHOCOLATE CKEA3I- DROPS.

:. (\J Mrs.,, Susie Mae Strickland and
( :-' Mr. Cecil Tallman both of Jacksonville CANDY 2 Lbs. 1ft

were quietly married Sat- '

; i.8 urday evening at the home of Mr. ---r" ",,-----__ .-.::._ _______._
FORD and Mrs. N. F, Guilford, the ceremony
; YELLoiv
w. ANDREWS Jr. being performed by Rev B. LUSCIOUS; CLING, SLICED

.. M. Montgomery, of the Methodist |
}" 4 II soil' Taa Ala..roD: IT..OIWY Church.Mr. No.1 1 Can 10c
} ,; .. \ ." .. ....0- and Mrs. Tallman will make "
"; .S..ARKE'' FLORIDA, .'aD w..Ina.uvevaaanavattala., their home In Jacksonville where --
1';' '- i '\!.'" .d 4 VJI..ftD"Q.It- 1 I lC he Is employed by. the Ward Baking .- THE GREAT ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC TEA COMPA.1
{ xwl.Y re Company.

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f" tfZ1 $ Mf.i
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i Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and :Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Asplnwall for homestead tax: exemption at, A new odor filter Is. capable of

I daughter, Mary Anne of Gainesville NAT SEZ: of Jacksonville, are announcingthe my office at Court House removing from' ,the air a wide variety

: spent Sunday here with Mr. arrival of a son, Oliver Hall, Respectfully of odors.

Bits of Canova's mother Mrs E. E Ca. The Jr., on Sunday January 27. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, -
trouble with most
nova. I folks Aspinwall will be pleasantly remembered Tax Assessor
when they get a little older la that here Bradford Fla. 25 PER CENT CAM!-
as Miss Margaret County,
they let down too much. Italitnrr_ Termn to.SuitWe
Mrs. Albert H. Miller or Bprlng- Williams, daughter of Mr. and .---
content to
laI Nevi9 vllle, Louisiana Is spending severa.l step aside and. ,, I Mrs. T. S. Williams. Zane Grey has sold more than .._ ..... _. ...

days here the guest of her let the other twelve million copies of novels.Hussein r.-
: uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. A. F. Nathan N. Prevatt: .manager of r.f t
fellow do It all. .".
CONCERNING Sauls. local A. & P. store, and Char- ; :
The way to hey 33-year-old Turk, is
les Lennon were In Jacksonville ., -', I
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN keep from get- believed to be the tiniest man In ,
Monday where at-
Mrs. H. B. McLendon Is spend- ting rusty la td tended the evening annual banquet they of the existence; he Is only 14 Inches tall 1 \ ....
ing several days in Tampa where "\to
keep going I e
she Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company ... ... .. ... .
Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Don't let the The great Bell of Moscow was '-* '
employees, which was held at
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Mansker and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. fact that you oast In 1730 and weighs 193 tons.
Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Mondayin Misses Dorothy Sapp and Louise Hoppe. are 8 t e p ping the Mayflower hotel.. Three other bells In Moscow are are prepared to furnish

Jacksonville. Snyder were visiting friends in past forty have. of great size.OI'EN the new Panoptlk Bl-focal
Gainesville last Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter, too much effect I Lens" also the Soft-Lite DueM, ..
I,will be at the following named
O. J. Phillips, of Lawtey was a Marjorie of Wlldwood, have been on you. Lena These Lena are a new
places on the dates stated herein, DAY AND NIGHTHALES
visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Madclene Esple of Rai- enjoying a visit here with Mrs. DeSha's Did you ever notice how quick'a for the purpose of receiving Tax discovery! scientifically con-

ford, was In Starke Saturday visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. razor blade gets rusty if you lay Returns and applications for atruC'tf'cI. For sale by

M L. Johns, Of Itew lever wasa Mr: and, Mrs. A. H. Green. Struth. It aside and quit using It? You can homestead tax exemptions. Bring S. G. LEWIS

business visitor here Monday. -- wipe it every few days and it will deeds to homestead or latest tax .
I Mrs. J. L. Peek ana MISS Clara Misses Lucia Balsden and Nancy still look good; It may not be so receipt.. ON ROAD THIRTEEN ..'$Hlarke..1a.

Miss Dora Cady Is enjoying a Louise Peek, are spending several Driscoll of Jacksonvlle, ,spent the sharp but it looks all right. All homesteads not exempted by

visit of several weeks In Orlando.L. days in West Palm Beach with relatives week-end In Starke with MissBaisden's You too can look all right if April first will be assessed as heretofore -

cousin Mrs!! Jessie Mae you will just come In and loot me to-wit:

M. Gray of Gainesville, wasa Blakely.A. fix you up with some new clothes. Tuesday Feb 19 Lawtey at HELPS Jf HELPS ky
prominent visitor here Satur- ? PREVENTcoios 1 SHORTEN
H11I Office. COLD
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton and
Gay I E. Wall, Jr., a student at the SPRING SAMPLES
day. son, of Daytona Beach, were here University of Georgia, will spend Wednesday, Feb 20, Brooker at VICKS VA-TRO-NOL H ..VICKS VAPORUB I_ .
blade to Measure Clothe are here Colson' StoreThursday .
Wednesday afternoon visiting rel the as rew 0591 us Sec.wos.L. .JUST aua ON rseoT AltD one.R
week-end here
Mr, and Mrs. B. J.' Alderman, of at the home of
Feb 21, New River,
Melrose, were. visitors here Tuesday atives.A. !!. his uncle and aunt :Mr. and Mrs $22 up forenoon.

,' W L. Wall. Thursday Feb. 21, Graham aft 4 1 'ate Vw4KrLP
Surrency, P. Galney
Col. and ernoon.
Mrs. J E. Futch of De-
M. B. Plummer of Lawtey, was and F. M. Sanderson, of Brooker, Land will spend the week-end In Itcuutlfiil I'littorim Friday Feb. 22, Theressa fore
attending to business here :Monday were attending to business here :
Starke with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. 15c, 20c, 25c noon. I t1I .J..
Monday I Brownlee at their home on North Friday, Feb. 22, Hampton, after-

Walnut Street. Hapgrade OverallsNow noon / I' I I
Ralph Cox of Raiford, was visIting Carlyle Rltch of Jauksonvllle, I'riool Would prefer all who can do so, ;J.

friends h during. the weekend spent the. week-end here at the The business and program meet- to make their returns and apply I full dvlaili in each Vteks package ,,

home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs.J. Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. will $1.50
H. Hitch be held at the Church Monday aft. Tlirre l fe. no grtiiteruliie "
R. L .Shlpman, cf Waldo, was a mmmnmmmr KmmjmmmammTIP $
ernoon at three o'clock. All mem-
visitor here Wednesday afternoon Mrs Jack Boll of Gainesville: bers urged to attend. NEW FROCKSThe i

was here the first of the week visIting Nee 1'laliN In

her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and SILK SKMtSfCHEK: wRlectn TO 1
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler of
Lake Butler were vlaitosr here M. Edwards. sons Starke of Jacksonville, were In $5.95SPRING
Saturday afternoon visit-
Monday.Mr. L. A. Rennolds of Richmond, Va., ing Mrs. Stith's parents, Mr. and SHOES 5 Lbs. 21c
spent last week here with Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.
and :Mrs. O. E. Crosby of Rennolds at their home on' South \\hlte and Sport Shorn GROCERY-
New River were visitors here W. G. MEAL .
Walnut Street. %. Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter $1.95IT
Fredrlka, and Mrs. W. W.

Pete Brlnson and Miss Pat- .Mrs.' O. A. Price and daughters, Page and son, Billy of Jacksonville PAYS-'TO BUY AT GRITS I NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
Joyce and, Jean, of Jacksonville, were recent guests of Mr. i''
sy Brinson, of Hugh were visitors were beer' Friday visiting Mrs. and Mrs. W. II. Struth!
hue Saturday. Glen G. Searing.Mrs. STERNBERG'SStarke 8 Lbs. 25c Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15 and 16 "

Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Thel-
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent J. H. Ritch, Mrs T. J. Griffin ma Steele and children of Gainesville Florida I GOLDEN KITEBANANAS NOU'fIlI"II'LU-T.\LL: CANS_ '

Sunday afternoon with friends In and Mrs. J. C. Hoover were In spent Sunday here with Mr. .

St. Augustine.. Palatka Friday afternoon visiting and Mrs. J. B. Sapp at their homeon Mr. and Mrs. George C. Living 4Lbs. 15c MILK 3 For 18c
Mrs. H. C. Richard. North Cherry Street I ston, Mrs. Farnk Carter and Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders, of coon Jricv-LAIUJR nEST TIU.KU )!SEI>.\LE No 2 1-2 CAN
here Wed- E. O. Maniker, of Tampa, were ',
Lawtey were visitors Mrs. J. H. Hundley and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery ',
nesday afternoon. Harvey Williams and baby, of the were In Jacksonville Friday hero Monday,,attending the funeral LEMONS Doz. 19c 1 PEACHES 17

State Farm, were .visitors here afternoon attending a tea given by of Mr. House who was broughthere
Kenneth Harrington; of Jacksonville CALIFORNIA
Monday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Felix R. Hill in honorof and burled in the family plotat
was visiting friends here Bishop and Mrs. Sam R Hay Prevatt Cemetery p RKiB's
during the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. William Sapp and brother, rv GRAPES Lb. 1 15c 5c

Elwood Lang, spent last week in Bishop Sam R. Hay and Mrs.
Marla K. Hull had as a Tampa where they attended the Hay of Houston Texas and I Mr. and Mrs.. A. Welles Stump ICEREKC]-LAKflK MW'KKT: NO. :2 CAN ,f

week-end her nephew, Wesley South Florida Fair and Mrs. Felix R. Hill of f and children of New York City,
Stearns of Gainesville. Dr'l LETTUCE Ea. CORNTRNDEK 12c
ville were luncheon guests of I were here the first of the week visiting 71/c :i
Mrs. Tom Beck and Miss Madel- and Mrs. L. A. Davis on MrStuasp'q brother and .sis' I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T..Quigley and ine Hazen members of the Law- LARGE BKAITTIFCL HAND 1'ACKED: 3 FOIl
---- ter-in-law "iAt. and MM. F. F,
Mrs., E. D. Card were visitors' to te ',:.chool faculty*were visitors. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver and I Stump..at 'th.t# Wednesday No.
Ea 2
Jacksonville 9c
here :Monday afternoon. little daughter Betty; and Miss Street, enroutatovMloml. for a_several i Tomatoes; cans.
Amy Moore of Jacksonville, spent I weeks visit' .. -
Miss Helen Prather spent several of Ft. 'I % i NO. 1 c'OmlLEJI--IJUSIi .NO. :2 'V.NPOTATOES
Mrs. W. B. Holilngswoith the week-end here with Mrs. Shiv- ____ I III
days In Waldo last week visiting White, spent Sunday In Starke er's and Miss Moore's father, L. V. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bowen. with her brother-in-law and sister, Moore. II Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. E. S'I 10Ibsl2cFNCY SUGAR PEAS 17c
W. Middleton,
Mrs. Matthew, Mr E. I
:Mr. and E. C. Priest. I
E. M., V. V and Alph Hazen. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas of ,Mrs. D. A. Montleth, and Mrs. \\I.NES\l- FA.NCV: CUITSIIKDPINEAPPLE NO. :Z (1AN'APPLES

Crocker were attending to busi- The W. ;M. 'S. of the Methodist St. Augustine were here Sunday P. Holstein of Gainesville, W'I J

ness here .Monday afternoon., Church will meet ,at the Church I visiting Mr. Thomas's mother, ed to St. Augustine the day Doz: 20c( 15t
where they pent
Monday afternoon at the regular Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mrs.
P O.' Hayes of Brooker and C. hour. BusinesH,jtnd/! devotional. Thomas's parents, Mr. and Mrs. !bib's Btgga' mother Mrs. O. J'I LARGE HITTER'S OK rillUMI'S!> 2 O.\NS '
B. of Lake Butler were bus- Griffin occasion being Mrs.
Hayes the
4 P. S. Denmark. '
iness visitors here Wednesday. Mrs R. T. Bell of Chicago, and Griffin's birthday. anniversary, I ORANGES ,Doz. 5c: SPAGHETTIO 15c] J ;

Mrs. L. E. Dendon, of Elgin, 111, I Mrs. Laura I. Powell and' Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardee, of are enjoying a month's visit here O. Carpenter left Wednesday P'I New ONIONS 4 Lb O.\ OH VET V'i
St visited Mr, and Mrs. Kidneys I 15c '
Augustine with Mr, and Mrs. John Uglow. New Smyrna where they will spend

L. A. Davis Tuesday afternoon. several weeks with Mrs. Powell's If :you soul! tnulo :your nitrtbrt. *!. tired and Sweet POTATOES 10 IBs 13c MILK, 3 Tall cans 2QcNO.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned 'son-ln-luw and daughter Mr. and lazy Kiilrmy* for now one. you wauM auto ,
naUeBlly eat rid of Nlirht lUnlnir.Nmoammm.
Miss Rachel Smith of Madison,
Sunday from Tampa where she Mrs. L. E. Miner. bimfnoe, Kheumalliun. Burnlnv. ltahln..nd:
will spend the week-end in Starkethe Acidity.Tooorr.otf\lJ1.tlon.1 kldnayriliionlcra.: uiirna '
spent several days with her parents k'
the !
try frimranUN' Ilagor'.p.rul yr.wrlp-
guest of Miss Hazel :Mlddletoa. Mr .and Mrs. A. C. Durden. E. S. Matthews of the State Rail- Uon called lrSTExWim-I.x; ). Mtut :Six you TIPTOP MARKET
a. in tt difcyi or fuumiy kwck. At a(6wrzla.( BACONPound
-- road Commission spent the
Miss Thelma Priest the '
spent Mrs: L. E. Moseley and children end here at his home. His many

week-end in Green Cove Springs spent the week-end In Wildwood friends. were glad to see him able TAKE Smil: IRON1 TONIC 173t2c! Boned and Rolled ROAST (West.) Lb.,. 22c
visiting Misses Georgia and Lucy visiting her brother-in-law and sister to be out again after his recent FOB KirKtIMATIMM: : .

Doyle., Mr. and Mrs. L. W, Strickland. automobile accident. l.NDIUKSTION FINEST COMPOUNDLARD
Also use .Im'. White OilLJnlnirnt ROUND LOIN STEAK Lb. 22c
for Flu And or ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MUllken Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Misses Louise \ ,

GENT A WORD and baby have recently moved to Snyder and Dorothy Sapp were in ASK! "Ol'U I'nrtimonlit.DEALER: WESTERN RIB ROAST, Pound 20c
the; Osborn home at the corner of Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. 4 Lbs. 53c s I

COLUMNNOTICETo Madison Street and Road 28. Mr, They were accompanied home by HOCKLESS PICNIC HAMS, Lb. __ ..18c

MIHIken is employed by Register's Mr. Sane who spent the weekendhere OVI:. WONERVES BItiNG YOUK HAIL __ '- __ __ ___ _ _

garage with his family. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS Lb. 22c
my friends and customers PURE LARD
I I am naw connected with -

I the City Barber Shop and will appreciate And the Worst is Yet to Come--- Pound 15c SMOKED SAUSAGE, Pound ?. 17c
I business.
lit* your DRIED BEEF Pound'P" 35c "
A GOOD variety of garden and ---- '
I field seeds also Cole Planters =---- _t.=--=; MATCHES FRESH HAMBURGER Lb. UV2c

and fertilizer distributors. Stock

and poultry remedies Berry cups 2 For 15c WESTERN BEEF STEW __.Lbs ___ lOc
land crates at White's Store. _r -
12-13-4 tWANTEDA NO ty, CAN-FKE8I1 BOLOGNA, Pound .. 17c fi
-- -- -

| buyer for my place, PRUNES FANCY CUTSCHUCK

[lots win, a sell house reasonable.and store Three building.city utoEa avyi 17c ROAST (Western) Lb. 18c

Irs. M. Thornton Corner 10th and c' hSTANEJI.
erry Sta., Starke. It" MAXUELL HOUSECOFFEE -
OR SALE-Grocery .tore and .e

filling station. Delco light UP Tenon"high wwIt- Lba 30cCOCOA "ONDio
plant, counter and shelves and two iawloa.Ne .
Ice boxes. Price 1200. Cook and wonder you -ehlle.'was
One. Road Fla.15.2t' sad bull at the : Golden 7oz. 16-oz.
13 Age Pkg.
Starke or can
Watch oath o _........ i COCONUT
-_ may lead to SlaeplsiHoadaeh ..' SPAGHETTI PORK & BEANS

.IAN WANTED for .Rawlelgh ___ Nervous Nl... 5c
., Pkg.
lIId..tioD. andiThortopleaaant .< MACARONI --- NOODLESCHOCOLATE
Route of 800 families_ Good
I __ dicta
roots for hustler- We train and 4onH Dr. Mild
ITto FOG tojjr 8 For 35c3t2lb'Pk.KINO
kelp you.' Write today. Rawlelgh ff-.II.. t Nuv1 i Tsb1o.of. .
Fo., Dept. FAA-223-SA2. Memphis, Jed one in a half less ell
enn. 2-1-31 ik: i a pleasant, raorfc-
e drink deUchtroUy .o Uw : 15c 25c
CALLING CARDS any size, M .tle..taed --. F
11,OO for 00; $1.50 for 100. Mona Ka.' fxa... b
erd r
rammed stationery }00 sheets M..tzL'.n'Ill Doti. ,
Ind 100 envelopes *2.73. Bradford -.. ,. ftw BALLARD'S TABLE TALK, Plain or Self.RisingFLOUR

ounty Telegraph. Phone 29. tf.I 0 the.s..eothtmg.stw .
XDS.. 24 LBS.


T ribbons, adding machine ribbon, Ij 45c
rbon paper typewriter paper, ., //1 It fI 2Sc 87c'rJ
ding machine second "
eats on ule at paper the Bradford a I I '\ t 1< \ f \ 1- ; -

nty, Telegraph office. Phone


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Green Makes Effort ...-. .... --[ T1! -- In England moiethaiTliin

( Hints To Housewivesi war widows have "
.1 To Hasten Loans Ing only 140,550: still receiVIng i 1eit.V

alons. ?"*

I FAR SECTION : Weekly Specialists from Home, Tallahassee Demonstration Congressman R. A. Green last I LIVE STATE NEWSL1 -- .---

week conferred with officials in heirs of Aitnena 8. Hale, (' n
the Department of Agriculture* in Kee, a* Executor of emnr,. ojf *

Conducted by Demonstration Agents ROAST STUFFED SPARERIBSUse an effort to expedite the administration -I Florida in Short Paragraphs Hale tance, If and each If dead be living or not')1 ''II, 'xl1tance *-

of loan funds. then to the heirs it. -
two sections of spareribs 1 crop grantee, legatees, 1.VI."
:: sueeeore ,
and I IBB,
The House Senate have recently -
representatives or a..lgna ,.
cup fine dry bread crumbs, 1-4 cup ;
of the said B. "a"
passed the bill appropriatIng BI"'lIalt, 1.0'
diced salt pork 1-2 chopped Livingston and Ii.
-- --- -- cup Company, .. :
f. celery 1-2 chopped onion 1-4 $60.000,000'to be used for crop -- Hale, Carolina Hale, Lymlln AI"n lIa,1
cup t
--I L. M, Hale William ,. I
the E.
loans. tl that
hELPFUL HINTS IN is expected Hal i..I
cup chopped parsley, apples GOLDENROD RUBBER Way Mary Wolf. Cora F 1/1110/, Ito
\ TYPICAL President will the bill within ali
RURAL sign "'
3-4 MARIANNA-Three peraona claiming ?
diced 1-4
cup sugar teaspoon men arrested by.lnd..
ON FLORIDA FARMS the very near future. Under the FORT MYERS-The last great through them or .either .,f *
salt, and 1-8 teaspoon pepper. in connection with the hold- And to all persons firms thI
COMMON SENSE of the bill loans will be achievement of the late Thomas A. nnd 'Ora.
Seelct well-fleshed rib sections provisions up robbery of the Bank of Grace- Edillonmanutacture' poratlonB whose name, reeile1,
of rubber
cannot otherwise place of business l I",
GAINESVILLEQue made to growers who unknown ?
that match. Have the breastbone vllle last wek are in the county
complainant that
t By SPUO9 JOHNSON from goldenrod-has been acceptedby are i'utumee1| :J
about Florida In amount not
everyday problems on them
cracked so that it will be easy to Jail here. or who may claim title to iI!
: farms are received and answered -i carve between the ribs. Wipe the to exceed $250 security being given the United States government certain being. In parcel Bradford of land lyln" .,,,5!

tf EFFECTIVE WORK ON frequently by workers in the' meat with a damp cloth. :Preparethe on the crop to be planted. It Is ONE KILLED IN CRASH as an emergency protection against Florida known and county descrIhd, Siii. 2*

I FARM OFTEN DEPENDS State Agricultural Experiment stuffing aa follows: Fry the expected that the" applications will ; I possible loss of Its tropical supply, follow: Northeast quarter:; at

ON DIRECTED ENERGY Station and Extension Service. Replies salt until and remove be handled by county agricultural TAMPA-one racing driver was and the eighty-seventh anniversary quarter.Northeast The quarter North half of North w.::?
pork crisp
are baaed upon the best avail- skillet. Cook agents and in counties where an killed and five other persons were ,. of his birth, finds the results ant quarter of Northeast of 5utb.l,
: the from the quar
"Make: your licks count. eon," able information as a result of research pieces agent Is not employed, a local injured in a crash of five speeding of the Inventor's last seven yearsof ter of Northwest quarter. ALWI! !
and In
,, !..aid my father when I, as a boy, or demonstrated practices. the celery for ,onion minutes parsley and committee will handle the appli- automobiles at the Florida Fair accomplishment being put to Commencing Northwest quarter at Northeast of Northwui i-orner/J,
the fat a few remove -
I" was learning something of the art Soma recent answers, of Interest cations. here. Three of the Injured were rigid tests. quarter of Northwent quarter ant
of farm blacksmithlng. It is a them. Put the apples into the school children. --- ... run. Went Fou, hundred! Five (sul!
more or less widely In Florida, are officials .
skillet sprinkle with the The have promised I r..r. inence nnuin wine hundrni:
good Idea for farmers (and other summarized below. sugar Congressman Green to have the .- I MOST LAWLESSAPALACHICOLA I Fifty Seven (967) feet, thence Ell,
.11., people as well) to make whatever I cover, and cook until tender, then 170 INDICTED I Four hundred Five (14(6)) fnl
remove the lid and continue to plications in the hands of local authoritlea CIrcuTt I thence North Nina[ hlimited Fifiv
:'tJ they do count Some farmers seem Cold weather :Florida within ten days or two JACKSONVILLE A federal E. C. I Seven (067) feet to point of b"RIn',,
'4! to work twice as hard as others visiting cook until the juice evaporate and Judge Love opening a special I Din*, being In Section Twenty nv,
fJJ during the winter has caused revival the pieces of apple are candied. weeks after the bill is signed by grand jury here returned 170 In term of court here because of I (25), Township Five (51 Sum
and yet are not as efficient they of Interest in firing with Mix with the apples the breadcrumbs the President. dictments. Of the 170 Indictments, crowded conditions in the county Range Twenty One (21) East
they just don't accomplish as much I GREETING: Ton and ,
as some of the others who do not wood for protection of groves and crisp salt pork, cooked eighty-four weer from the Miami jail told the county grand jury I are hereby notified that each y"lI" >f yo't,>

i truck crop fields. In citrus plant- vegetables, salt and pepper. Lay CONTRACT SIGNERS 1'1.\Y. district forty-nine from Jackson- America Is guilty of the charge I made party defendants to a aul It
work so hard. The difference Is the State Station PURCHASE FEED PIGS ville and Ocala. and thirty-seven that it I W Horace Norman, who ,ill".,.,
that the one failed to make his ings, Experiment one section of the ribs out flat is the most lawless civilized that that he la the owner .; V.
advised 90 to 100 very small fires sprinkle with salt and pepper and WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS from the Tampa area. nation in the world. "We as a nation -I fee Hhnple title thereto, and PRi s
lick count for much the
as as decree
a removing
!. other. per acre. With sticks about the spread with the hot stuffing. Cover Producers who sign the 193! .. ," he said, "are charged with I title and fomver clearing cloudx, and iiilKin., ,,.
size of a man's leg, and som with the other section and sew t HOLD BACK being the most lawless civilized firming the title In sail lunil i I' I
1 Right now seems to be an especially coin-hog adjustment contract will complainant Thereby ,
if j'!; propitious time for farmersto three feet long only three or four the two together. be permitted to make unlimited TALLAHASSEEBecause the country In the world, and the con i decreeing void[ any ..nd.1I nnntilllnn"\' -n.\I.j,.

are required for each fire As the Sprinkle the outside with salt legislature may change the methodof sideration of a few statistics will right, title or interest of "iui }.\ ,'I u:
strike telling blows. Theme who ends burn off, the pieces of wood purchases for feeder pigs and convict of the < ( any and all persons, fh.. d,
and pepper and rub with flour. Lay allocating race track tax reve- us charge. coiporatlon...
take advantage of the turn of the stocker and breeding hogs from
tide should be pushed together to keep the stuffed ribs on a rack in an i nue to Florida sixty-seven countiesthe :NOW.; THEREFORE, You .Hid .ir
come out ahead In the race the flames and coals alive. Usually open roasting pan and sear in a hot non-signers as well as from con- comptroller's office here will URGES DRY VOTE of you named or not named k: ,>,
While or unknown absent
no one can say for certain tract signers under a new rulingby COIIBCH! d ,
. that the firing for more than one night oven (480 deg. F.) for twenty minutes -, wait until April 15 to give the TALLAHASSEEOpposition to resident or otherwise, and! ill 1' n,
tide of business has turned of .
Secretary Agriculture.In firms and
Kong ,
Is desirable. I until the meat counties their share of corporati.-" |8J|, .
), every indication points to the or is lightly the original form, the 1035 this sea- the legalized sale of intoxicating Inc or having an Interest it ; n

t'" fact that it has. At least, prices Bleeding of trees seldom browned. Reduce the oven temperature contract provided that the signer son's money. ,. liquor in this county, home of the ordered lands herein and required described to air.alp I li...r.i l b,,
pecan to n
t for farm products are rising. We rapidly very moderate might make unlimited purchasesof Florida State College for Women, MIIhi run 40 to the bill I of ,mmnlsir,
trouble the
unless is
''R(. should continue to keep our production done gives when they are not pruning thoroughly feeder pigs from contract signers SARASOTA FESTIVAL was expressed In a resolution day KG exhibited the Fourth against dity o ynI Marh,11 M\I"n

costs as low as possible dormant. It the trees were Injured -, tlllzer can be applied and the middles no more than the average number SARASOTA-Sarasota ia preparing adopted by the college faculty. aid 191!J, otherwise the aleKnU! ,,'

' and thus be able to cash in on the by cold before they enteredthe I plowed out shallow according purchased by him during the for one of the most color- About 1700 girls are enrolled aa an confessed bill of complaint and a dei will'ree IK.it tuh.t'hii

iwr. rising tide of prices for our prod-! I state of dormancy however I to the Agricultural Experiment base period. ful Spanish fiestas in the history students at the college. The resolution court will be rendered apriiln, i

, A, ucl: Contract who of the state which will be a revival said "The sale of intoxicating The Bradford ,CnntTeiegjnh!
Station. When purchase ,
-- they may bleed when any part of i this Is t.; :Misdirected! energy can be almost the bark Is punctured. Under the of the fodder will be turned under feeder pigs are' required to keep of the Pageant of Sara de Sota liquor In the community in Bradford county, Florida, In h.. .),

';.;, as futile as no energy. DoIng conditions that cause excessive thus causing It to rot quicker records on the date\ and! place of which was abandoned in 1931 Tht which any college Is located is which designated this notice a* the Hhall nevtHpnpi be pub), IM\lr

'it', what ought to be done at the bleeding of all cut places than If left on the surface. Burn- each purchase the number purchased Sarasota County Junior Chamber jiarmful to the best interests of once a week for four cot,.. 'uWITNESS
W time when It to be done is sap of Commerce is sponsoring the revival such college and its students.orifR ." weeka.
should be covered with paint or a Ing off the fodder destroys organic average wight at the time I !' my hand na Clerk ',M
. 'p a knack that should be cultivated. suitable wound dressing Experi- matter needed In the soil and of purchase, the method used to on Feb. 22 and 23rd.F. :\ of APpi.IriFION'I'It the neat of the Circuit Con i'ltradforI ,.'
" It Is valuable. The editor of Southern County, Florida this iii1.,
ment Station specialists say. In may also kill some insects. distinguish feeder pigs from pigs TV\ IIKKItNOTICB : day of January A. D. 1531.
Agriculturist says that no extreme the C farrowed on the farm and the D. R. INTERCEDES is unnnnvQIVKN, A. J. THOMAS!' .

:'i&&; other education Is quite so Import. I have cases to be repeated applicationsmay several Austrian pine trees, of the ten- name and address of individuals TAMPA- President Roosevelt That Certificate rs!. Miitheney No. 31, lHHU.nl, holder of Tax Clerk Bradford Circuit County Court, rlunda, I

fl ant as that training in work habIts times. derer types while ideal for windbreaks from whom purchases are made. came to the aid of Rafael Alvarez of September. A. D. 1932, ha t.hfrl: A. S. CREWS,

which enables a farmer to make were severely damaged in This evidence must be available on 25-year-old blind man and author- said made certificate In my office and Solicitor 2-l-Bt-3-X: for Complainant.

\\I: his work really effective. This Is Fodder need not be removed i some locations In the recent all feeder pigs and stocker and ized Postmaster J. Edgar Wall to due thereon application In accordance for tax deed with to[law in

!ri valuable training for boys to be from sugarcane fields when they freezes. Casuarina equlsetlfolla breeder hogs In order to prove allow him to operate a news standIn Said ing deHcrlbed certificate embraces the follow :tSTRU'H 8.\1.")
''r, carried over Into their later lives. species compliance with the 1935 contract, the of the Bradford property Kltuated In NOTICE In hereby given that jnclcr '
require cultivation and fertilizing.With apparently was much less lobby Tampa postof- County, Florida to-wlt and by virtue of a Final Dorr
4l Someone has said that there Is the cane barred off the fer- resistant than Casuarina Cunning- fice. This Is said to be the first 1 acre In the boutheaot
",1 ; a habit of success in farming. ahmlana and C. lepidophlola. While heat (300 deg to 325 deg.) and time such a concession has ever Quarter Northeast of Quarter Section 1 of 8 Township Southwest 7 of by the the Honorable Circuit Court A.Z. Ailklnx.of the Jute iCih,

i Some farmers Just seem to makea eliminate waste keep everythingIn slower growing the cherry laurelIs continue to cook for about an hour been granted. .Month.. Range 20 at. containing: Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and

' a little money every year, and good good repair, improve their soils advised by Experiment Station longer, or until the meat Is tender one The acre aHMenHment mure or lens.of fluid property dated for Bradford January County 2Int. 1935 In ,Chanter'In lit;

'''' money some years. They take advantage care for their stock ,and otherwisedo horticulturists for windbreak Remove the strings before serving "GLASS" EVENING GOWN under the Raid certificate Issued certain cause therein lately pemid-
of desirable opportunities the things that should be done. planting where freezes to be stuffed hot wan In the name of Unknown. Inf between The Federal; Land Hank
. are the spareribs on a MIAMI BEACH-Latest sensation said certificate .hall bpred..em..d : nf Columbia, Plaintiff and D B
\ to add value to their investments This is a good habit to cultivate. anticipated. platter. of this fashion-conscious according to law, tax deed Knight and wife, at al., Defendant
.. resort will 'IffMlle thereon on tha 2.1ti1 ..,.
_ _ _. .---- --,V the underslirned. who WAR therein
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Is the "glass" evening gown, of F"brul\ryA. D, -iil35--: I appointed an Special Master In t'nan.
which covers but does not conceal. Dated this 17th day of ,January I I eery, to execute the same will n p
A. D. 193S Monday, the 4th day of March, nil
m WILLYS 11 NOW ON DISPLAY The first seen In these parts was A J. THOMAS. during the Ivffal hour of sale! .lie
Clerk of circuit Court,
worn over a foundation slip exact Bradford fore the Court House door [In Stark
County, Florida. Florida, sell to the highest and l tee>
.. ly the color of the lady's tanned 1-25-61-2-22 bidder, fur cash' the following described
::1' lands, situate l and, boUK
' Akin and was quite a hit The lying
.:NOIKH OP N'HO'U. C'O 'OLlD.,,- ( Bradford
County, Florida t*
new material which looks brittle, TlO eLE"rio-s. ''Wit _
Is pliable. By the power vented In them the The Southeast quarter of the
Board of Public InMtructlon of Bradford Northwest quarter and the East
j County Florida hereby calls half of the Southwest quarter if
FRICE-WARRINO FISHERMEN an election to be held In the school the Northwest quarter of fr '
hoiiHeo In Vanderbilt Hellbron and ion 33, Township 8 South; ,
MIAMI-Coast Guard Com. FredA. Itl lnff Special Tax School Olatrlcta Range 22 Cast containing 40
to determine whether or not they acres, more or less
Nichols has warned price-war- nhall consolidate, to elect three trim with the appurtenances. Raid alto "
r.. 1 ing fishermen that boarding rival tee nnd determine the nilllaare to benHxexned be made pursuant to saul D<.
,Ir;. for the eiwulnR two year cree to satisfy the same and >.tiE
boats and dumping catches con- ... .
for .Ill conaolldited: district, If it K. PDRRYMAN
\1 stituted piracy on the high seas. should be consolidated. As S p..clall1IalOter In Chan. rr

t For the second day he dispatchedthe For the purpose of holding[ paid 1-25-51-2-22
election In Hellbron
cutter Pandora from the Fort N. I). dreen, U n. Starling. W. i

,;,q r'I?it;t"!}.'' : 4)-))) ))))) )))))) ly orders Lauderdale both JACKSONVILLE competitive the cities daily to Dade arrest have and base County klngfishlng weekly disturbers.MOBILIZATION cooperated.to patrol Newspapers coast WEEK in 112 the.groundsoff ,in under FlorIda high-the-, are March J.election 10 e.l.For election Clemon II.Said,For C.M tl appointed and Yarbrough Crosby r.the the the election..i and In In H Norman 12th purpnxe purpose:Vanderbilt ii.Slicing Clove U Lewis to:,10J5 C and 8 he Mott Lewis.of of lolstrkt W are held L.holding holding District are,Whltehead t appointed J.Tuesday,appoint-Norman E No.. Norman paid said No.IS. 6: DROPS 6 Fj .T.ui.lrrs M 6>SH a IIeadachesL1:1.rl FEVER.first COLDS 3O.."nn.liilnlllrt...1.,ilnr)l .

: 'v, C. [anntng, Chairman
f'p appointment of local chairmen for A. J. URIFFIS.iSSt3.8 [ ,

the "mass mobilization" membership *:*". and ('o. Supt. .
. drive. February 25-March 2, of
:I the All Florida Committee, State iru(('tir roi'RT. TWFTV- "\ IaIO..rvolou.WII/ =
MXTII .Mimiti. cinmr. ,,,.,,, which !I. bmulfiB ,' ""
1 headquarters of the organization IIlt'I""O"1). ( OIMT1. H.OH. relief bold. .on I I7bu ImuiMv Iron..oJ! I
whose ia to launch lilt, HT ( ...\ \C'U; V. ocA guarantee.PRICaESS .
purpose a nalonal --W, HOHACEOIUAN.: I
! advertising for INFORMMION'for
program Complainant. .
Florida, Is In Jacksonville under va. thaw miTt-rinR from
,:,., direction of Col. Albin P. Dearing Defendant*. KRS. POOH IJK.fiTION. -
ti',\ who returned last week from a Notice And Order to Know nnd SOUR $ACID 8TUMACH OYSPIPSU.OSVI- 5
Vnknitwn Defendant
: tour of virtually every county in THE STAl'K; OF FLORIDA TO STIPA..ON.NESMHLtRr8LlItNcON.BAI> BRE.'rH. I
the state. Campaign material for UP. Uarnatt. Juwell-jjylng.ton. SLBCPLRI"NBSS OR HFAU-
(.ompiiny, ANxeiinaii 8. Hale, Caro. ACMES, DUB TO KXCKSS A.Iu.Ask .
the mobilization work Is being sent line I Hale, l.vninn !I[. Hale. U tsr s free cony' .11 WlfleeS'a M..A w.
to local chairmen this week. M Hale,, William n Hale, Let C. Athofld Wiil.td, iMalo,..
vlna Way Mary Wolf. Cora F. Hale MITCHELL'S DRUG "STOKE !




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q CHURCH --- --

First Eaptist Church i -

i Rev. O. B. Price, Pastor ketter of the Bible Told in Pictures 12th Grade:---Jessie MHO Bran- Irma Storkwrll a

School-10:00- a. a Box Story non Herbert Packham, Ruby Our school has advanced farther 1
11:00 Shaw Louise Snyder, Ivan Spon-
EorntosT Worship- : m holtz than the majority of small school.. ;
Dorothy Sapp.
k y p U.-6::15 P. M. and each year brings added Improvements -
Evening Worship--7:30: p. m.
because Bradford!
Kher's School Wed- Starke, Fla.February 11th Grade: Jonny Reo Cone
il Training ,
High Li no It
9, 1935. Audry Hall, Marjorie Marwlck progressive makes us>
clay at 7:00: p. m.d.Week Editor ? wish to compare it with a larger,
Telegraph, xy
Service 7:30ro"u t eerw9t lona( Tlllmnn. d
i prayer Dear Sir: up to date school, Andrew Jack-

i |m. are invited to all .our aerv- Against Fencing 10th Grade: Daisy Belle Dunn son that In we Jacksonville may check for those instance, so i,
The editor of an evening paper Frances Dlttcau, Lola Judd Arlie things

t 9 rejoices over a movement to have Sponholtii, Oleta Smith, Ethel Taylor which would be advantageous for

Metboaist Church the Florida legislature enact a Jack Underhill Hilda Wyrlck, us..Andrew

Pastor, fence law to keep cattle within Florled Killingsworth, Jackson has two large
,;ev. B. M. Montgomery, bounds. Clamorings for Indoor gymnasiums one for boys
such a --
' School-10 a. m. and for
'unday one which
law are perennial but to little or 9 A-B: Lillian Stump Carol permits
corning Worship-11 a. m. playing In all kinds of weather
nor purpose, for Florida Is still In White. Roswell Noegcl. Arle Till-
i ihpworth League- : p. m.
and at night. Each Is
7:30 the pioneer stage'and not ripe for man, L. O. Jones, Edna Pearce pupil required -
i Evening Worship- : p. m.Vou to devote at least two periods '!
invited to all these certain measures that old and well Frances Peek, Verna Phillips.
are serv- a week to physical: educa-
settled states can adopt. -

What seems to hurt the editor 8th Grade: A. Z. Adklns, Jr., tion.The '
manual arts which Include
Presbyterian Churchev. most is that motorists, traveling at Howard Brown, Etta Fae Dyal,

fifty miles per hour, are some- Elaine Edwards, Clara Flume, mechanic, carpentry and printing '1
| George H. Lowry, Minister r" enable a boy, who does not on
m.-Sabbath School.Ill:00 times compelled to slow down to fps tf A&L Thedore Googe, Lorraine Hartman -
0:00 a. ,
: attending college, to train for an
: A. M.-Morning Worship; forty, or mayhap thirty, on account Gloria Johns, Thomas Lewis, n
while still In
occupation high
Irmon the pastor. of some cattle on the road Loyree Phillip, DouhU Smith, ; :,f
by school. The offered
girls are i.1
Junior Christian En- ahead. Yes, that is really too bad. tti Doris Strickland, Geraldine Till- :
:30: p. m. In and
courses cooking, sewing !
Yet among the motor accidents man Irene Yarborough, Jewett
aVQr. home economics '
m.-Evening Worship. that constantly happen those f 0\y t Fogg Harold (Griff. Sidney Crlffia 'j l
7:30: p. Jackson has an Immense library ,+
which come from collision with 1r Irene Lewis, Mellle Silcox, Nel-
a under the eupervlslon of trained ::
cattle are very rare. lie Willis.
librarians who teach a course In ,, ;
He buttresses his
clamoring this work. The this \1
pupils taking \
with the assertion that the truck 7th Grade: Juunlta Barefoot,

(OB JONESComments farmers also want a fence law. But 'c Jean Davis, Vernon Dyal, Irene subject have entire charge of the'c'c
books and their distribution and
1 even If such a law was enacted, ::2ie Gootlge Mary Jane Judd, Ellxo 1"
\ On Here 'I Staples, Ralph Rhodes, W. S. Rin- are taught to be capable librarians. '
they would not risk to have their a h "g rx.- ... IxSf : '1
And Hereafter valuable truck fields unfenced; for ers, Mary Rlners.
r There are numerous subjects open
cattle will break out of fenced -
I Fifth Grade: Othma HaynOH, Jr., to students of a larger high
and do damage to unpro- -'' i f.t
o L
t school which we do not have; forexample ."
I Sometime ago when the writers tected crops. r Jacqueline Andrews, Carrie Belle
+ : offered three
t they are
In Great Britain he heard an Then he points that same old ac- : l s Jc Bennett Duirah Johns, Billie Mur-
4a year courses of Latin, Spanish and ,
It erecting story. A poor young cusing finger at cattle owners for wick Shirley Morgan( '
French In place of our two years
|nn. who had spent his short life burning off the grass In the woods. Jonah and the What*.-Commanded by the Lord to prophesy against Nineveh, Jonah attempted to escape :MIss Eunice Perkins of Spanish and Latin,

wickedness and sin was founda Well, they do; but If they did not, from this commission by flight to Tarshlsh. He went to Joppa and found ship going to Tarahlah. A Teacher Andrew Jackson also has a

London clergyman in a gar- the grass would be burned, any- furious storm arose and the sailors after their attempts to lighten the ship proved vain, questioned Jonah. splendid orchestra made of the

It. The man had been made most way, for there are many others :'And he said unto them, I am a Hebrew; and I fear the Lord, the God of heaven which hath made the sea Third l Grade: Donald Bagwell, up inclined.
Jiserable by an accident. He had whose Interests cause them to set tnd dry land. Then were the men exceedingly afraid, and laid unto him What hall we do unto thee, that Joe English, Keeffe Pitts, Olin pupils are musically

Bund a stray leaf torn from the out fires. In winter time, when the sea may be calm unto aa? And he said unto them, take me up, and cast me forth into the seat; so shall White, Byron Brantley, Muriel This orchestra besides being pleas-

TsV, Testament. This caught his the frosts have separated the fibres she sea be calm unto thee; for I know that for my sake this great tempest is upon you.-Jonah It 912. Crawford, Marjorie Davis, Ruth Ing entertainment develops the talents -

"So they took Jonah and him into the and ceased from her raging. Now the Powell, Kathleen: Stockwcll, Fay of those students who might *
\\e. It was part of a chapter In.mans. of the grass, It Is easily Ignited up cast forth sea; the .ea
He saw as he had nev- almost, as gasoline( ; so the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. And Jonah was In the belly of the fish three days and I Yarbrough, My i lie Johns. otherwise never have had the opportunity f c

seen before his frightful condl- by which fires may start are three nlght.-Jon.h It 15-17. Jonah then prayed earnestly to the Lord. "And the Lord spoke unto the to receive proper in"i'"'

nand realized he was a lost sin- ways too numerous to mention. Grass fish, and it vomited out Jonah upon the dry land."-Jonah 21 10. This illustration Is from Merlan's storyof I First Grade: Alvin Crews, Bobbin structlon. I;:

fr. The leaf had been torn aftero fires, instead of hindering the the Bible in pictures, engraved in 1625. Edwards, Marie Qrtffls, Ralph A feature which all modern high ?i .

Hines, Ben Kite: G. W. McKinney, schools now have Is a cafeteria. "r",
| verse which says "for all have growth of young pines, really pro- ,
ned and.come short of the glory mote It; and old trees are seldom ______ _____.___._n__ ____._ ________________ I Ili Harold Tomlinson, Helon Johnson, Here the pupils and teachers, who '.b,;
do not homo for lunch may buy t
God." The left with- where ab- Rossotta Raines, Angelene Thom go
man was In
killed except places
nourishing food for a small price i,
It hope. The clergyman explain- sence of fire for several years has as. Miss Pearce,
This cafeteria Is most important'from
to him that Jesus Christ was caused rank undergrowth. H li Bradford High School JournalSTAFF Toucher, the standpoint of health for '
chair' .
unded for his transgressions and The man In the swivel
nourishment a great
First Grades: Merrill Jones, Bernice proper
ulsed for his iniquity and that seems to think that the cattle Industry -
deal to do with whether or not a
Grlffla JeH.leMae
Cooper, "
s i debt had been paid. The manus Is a "liability" to the state, attendance .'
"" =" Byrd Josephine Johns, Lonnie child can have regular
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The Word of God had thing
saved. and that It might be a good .

evicted him of his sin .but he did for the state to buy the cows up, Chapel Program Debates Are GivenIn I Thornton.Fields Atnes(don Lewis Manning Billy, Hazel Over- and Bradford keep up High with is his a studies.first class j 1, .

]t have the word that told him and then forbid any ,
> slaughter them Dorothy Sapp _=:.Kdltor-ln-Chl l In Lincoln's Honor Chapel Friday street, Mary Alice Yarborough, school; and we all wish It the 'j;I
way out of his hopelessness and more cattle raising here (sic!), So Elaine Wynn-AflBt. Edltor-ln-Chlef greatest success In adding the Important "
Lin.. The minister himis all Dorothy Marwlck Exchange Editor Jean Mann, Robert Johns.REPORT .
brought not con-
brain trusters are Held Here
the Tuesday
Grace Hazen' _.._...AflBt. Exchange: courses and equipmentwhich 1
( word and he was saved. fined to Washington, eh? as has Irma Stockwell.Literary Editor B. II. S. Debating Club Meets was mentioned above. :
Marjnrle Marwlck. Aest. Lit. Editor Luke ButlerHigh CAKIM! ,
I been supposed. A. W. Anderson, Jr. __Sport Editor Key. B. M. Montgomery Gives There were lots of frowns and .
One time twenty-two China In- Successful farming must be Louis DavisAsst.. Sport Editor Talk TERM PAPERSThe I
Ind missionaries sailed on Steamip combined with cattle raising. For Louie Hnytfer.....__Society Editor School chapel last Fridaywas smiles last week. Perhaps some

Lammermuir to China. The beef and pork we look to the far- Leslie Lillian TUgKB SternberaAsat.__.________.Joke 800. Editor Editor Last Tuesday a .special chapel In charge of the Senior Debating boys had to visit the woodshed students of History IV are .f
lew and June Whitfield _.As.t. Joke Editor Club They conducted a with their papas. Perhaps some oil and ,
on the boat were godless mend mer, as well aa for corn po- "burning the midnight ,
A. W. Anderson, Jr. EntertainmentEditor program was given by High and given a ,
battle In words with the Lake But- boys girls were quar-
Into countless books -
they did not like to have so tatoes. Florida farmer are singu- School In honor of Abraham Lin- delving magazines
and feasle Ma. Brannen-A Entertainment ler negative) team on the question; ter or half dollar. You see, last both '
any missionaries on board. The larly fortunate In having free coln's and newspapers, new .Ij
lew had been used to cursing. The And when one Editor birthday. "Resolved: That Congress should week was report card week I The and old, seeking material for the
extensive pastures. Lucille Torode..Primary ana After the Lord's
Mary a Prayerand
song enact the Townsend Plan." The first reports of 1933 1 Some were J.
Missionaries sang the gospel. It travels for miles through the wlre- Elementary Department all-Important term papers. .
Roswell Noearel__Junior HI Flag some special good, some were bad, it all depended "
Reporter fight was a tie acordlng to scores told that ,
i said that the godless men were without seeing a single cow, numbers We have often been
grass weer given
tracted to the missionaries and one wonders why there are not Mrs. kept by several people, although on how hard each pupil worked a person can not expect to gain i
Lazenby's eighth grade
1 number of them were saved. more cattle. The owners of the IMPORTANT DATES OF THIS class of ,. the debate was a non-decisive one. during January. something for nothing; this fact i iI. jIs
here Is in gospel MONTH English gave a pantomlne Chapel took place the sixth pe- The Honor Roll( Standard was brought out in the term q
great power wild lands are either the state or "Young Lochlnvar' by Sir Waiter clearly
nglng. With every great splrltlil speculators, and they do not care Scott. riod and was begun by three songs raised this year. Formerly two"AV papers. In order to prepare a

awakening there Is always a How cattle graze there or Feb. 11-Thomas Alva Edison's Mrs. Perkins' by the Senior Glee Club. 'Caroline"was and two "B's" or three "A's"and term paper which merits a good '
many room gave a num-
|vlval of singing. A few years how often the grass Is burned. birthday, one of our greatest inventors ber, "Lincoln's Gettysberg Ad- the first song and was sung one "c" would merit the Honor grade, we must expend more than j J

go when the Welsh revival broke't Should the farmers be compelled -: dress", read by Julian Grlffls. by both the boys and the girls Roll. But now It takes at least a few minutes of study on the subject -
"B" to
somebody asked Dr. Campbell to fence their stockIncludinghogs Feb. 12 Abraham Lincoln's Lincoln's Remains," a very Interesting "Street Urchins Melody" was next, three "A's" and one get i and we must use more than '

organ if the Welsh revival would goats and sheep as well as birthday, one of our most loved article about Lincoln's and was sung by the boys as was (on the Honor Roll. The purpose one book from which to gain our j 11
J>ach said the next number, "Climb Up, Chil- of this Is to raise the standard of sub- t
London. Dr. Morgan cattle-they would be compelled to presidents. body, was Mm. Anderson's eighth Information. Otherwise, our
Sfou will have to learn to sing ife give It up; for not more than two Feb. 13-Sidney Smith's birth- grade presentation. It was read dren, Climb." the school. It may make the don't students ject will not be well developed.Some t\\

revival gets here. You ought off tract, day, a cartoonist, who Is the crea- Lillian After the Lord's Prayer and the more diligent-we of the subjects for thisyear's
cows can live a forty-acre by Moseley. .
hear the Welsh people sing." and buying or leasing and fencing tor of the comic strip, "The The twelfth grade presented, "0, Flag Salute the debate took place. know about that-but anyway we term papers are: "George f''

|le/ Christian religion Is a religion sufficient land would be beyond Gumps" Captain, My Captain" a poem by The debate was between our af- can hope for the..best. Washington," "Abraham Lincoln," 'fl

song. Jesus puts music into the their ability. Feb. 14-St. Valentine day. Walt Whitman. Miss Irma Stock- firmative and their negative teams TEAM! "Robert E. Lee," "The Civil War," i

carts of the redeemed.IF The Florida farmer has a hard Feb. 22-George Washington's well recited this. (our negative team went to Lake OUR DKI1ATINO. LAKE HUTLER "John J. Pershing," "The World i

birthday. our first president. Butler to debate with their affirmative OOKS: TO War," and other Important topics,
row to hoe as It is. Do not make The main feature of the program
YOURIREATH his condition worse by unreason- was a talk by the Rev. B. M.I ). Those on our side were: Friday, February 8, Mrs T. T. of history.The r4

able demands, depriving him of Montgomery of the Methodist Myra Frlnk, Donald McRae, and Long, Mills Hazel Middleton and past week was spent In tt
THIRD GRADE NEWSThe Sumpter Harley. Our opponents team the Civil War and the t[
part of his living. The owners of Church on "Abraham Lincoln." our negative debating con- studying

hotels and tourist resorts and "de- Lincoln as the nplrltual and God were: Tom Townsend, Gordin Cof- sisting of Irma Stockwcll, Frances term papers on related subject 3

HASSMELL velopers" and their subsidiaries, Third Grade has been study- forming man he was. He told how fin, and Joseph Gerger. The chair Cadman, and Keeffee Harrell wentto were read and discussed. The ones ?

Ing the negroes in the central partof Lincoln heartbrokenover men were Mr. Gray, our principal, Lake Butler to debate on the written on Washington and Lin- ;

are apt to lose sight of every-and Africa, and has constructed a the was tragedy nearly of the Civil War and Mr. Richard Warren, their "Townsend Plan." They said on coln will be read on their birth ".
but the tourist
YOUAN'T thing native scene on the sandtable. This The time allowed was 22 and
principal. had noticed February
strive to make all other Interests and how ho had planned a reunionon coming back that they days. February ,
shows native huts, people and animals mild basis five minutes for each speaker and and appreciated three things espe 12, respectively.
subservient to It. Yet the farmIng a very
of among palm trees. Many visItors He out Lincoln's fine three minutes rebuttal was allowed cially-that: they were cordially
Is the mainstay brought
FEEL WELL from other rooms have ad- Incidents of Llncoln's each side. welcomed and made to feel at FIFTH (TRADE NEWS!

should and
interests points
the state, and its mired this many
project. The speakers on each side spoke home; that the opposite team put "
W100e sae ... roar food d.. ysf not be put In Jeopardy for that of This grade has also made some life. very well and the audience cheer- up a good debate, free from "mudslinging" Billie Marwick haaj moved to
o, b..ela Our trleerfe lesser moment. On a whole a very fine programwas do miss her.
Ohio and
ee.eHMriJ very pretty valentines.Mrs. much the other. we surely
ed one as as and that the audiencewas
JT eof .1 9mg awe4h and It enjoyed
War Between the presented was
.ie..i. We feel the suileea of IMiaU During Grace Wainwrlght. The debate, or the whole chapel very courteous and sympa Dorothy Green and Geraldine Sll
ever ev bad,. II W ee States the great droves of cattle much by the student body. cox are still studying their poem
sad a* sued Sir .amjtMa Confederate >_____ I program, for that matter, waa thetic.
sent to feed the -
from Florida cent In Rhode Island. This to recite In Jacksonville 1
..... food.. .... problem CURIOUS CUSTOMS OF SAINT conducted( In fine order and was a The debaters did well with their which they are -
oil"" w bw_ ... w. earl soldiers, did much to en- may be solved according to complete success.A each student showed that next month. They are
.aa't ..... r. wbr II ... is.. IldrtY able them to stay In the field as Mr. T. E. Sanders of Racine, Wisconsin VALENTINE'S DAY debating, In the state contest.
... scut e.lsl diwstlw ..... is w for centuries comic debate will be presentedIn he or she had prepared the talk
v.... .... 01 ...... ,... long as they did. Florida( cattle by empowering magistratesto St. Valentines Day chapel today. and knew the subject. We are We made silhouettes of Abraham

-- ... -.r. :=- were no "nuisance" then.H. lock up not only dangerous has been celebrated as the seasonof -- team. Lincoln and his log cabin In memory -
of debating
food ) = .I:2 E. LAGERGREN. drivers, but their cars as well. wooing, when young men and proud of his birthday anniversary .'

.... ...... ...- .. This plan Is so simple and practi- maidens seek each other to find Mr. Wilbur Scott which was Feb. 12th.
tadr acs ....... andIf ATTENDANCE REPORT FOR
sore In love
out If really are '
.... ae.da -.. ... badl._. Starke, Florida cable it deserves to be tried out. found his true Speaks In Chapel MONTH OF JANUARYThe We have two new flags In our
VS d.ay W wVS fad .... a February 11. 1935. As avoidable accidents Increase, each has own room. Miss Eunice brought them ,
..." a rMba..b w Valentine. attendance committee of the
the public mind will become aware for us. M
Get M .. Tub. Ortrhttl. Dear Editor:
.taA IM How of us know that repeal : of the necessity for drastic measures Scholars claim that there was a Thursday, January Sl, the Elementary Student Cooperative Government Selma Thornton Reporter. d
.l: c:7 many
.. .; ..MU.iefa.s.Ss.'Tsk St. Valentine who lived In Rome Chapel held its regular completed its fifth month's work
z-: ... ..., ... has proved a great alsap- -
-'- ." ( .eM..... polntment to Its strongest adher- Because of the rising tide of Indignation and was martyred In the year 270 session during the third period. Friday, February 1, 1939. MISS IIINSON'S ROOM qp
.. ..... that'thls Is the First was a "Jesus Loves
1 to against the liquor busi- A. D. and day song Mar, L. A. Gray's room lOB, having t
-7 fw Queer's LI. S ents 7, Despite predictions 14th of February, but no one has Me" by the entire audience. This of 94.6 cent Honor Roll Fourth A-Mary .
PlU. b. tar sod M aka ..afrrtai the contrary, bootlegging persists.The ness, regional meetings of workers an average per
..... $500,000,000 the Federal Government for the interests of prohibition are yet proved why It was that his was followed by the Lord's Prayer won first prize. Mrs. A. E. Wall's Dixon Rclhard Jackson; Fifth B- I

expects to get from tax- being planned during the next few name was chosen as the festal day and the Flag Salute. home room, 9 A, with an averageof Leon Dixon

es and duties on alcoholic bever- months. Tentative plans have of young hearts. Then the first and second grades 93.7 per cent won second prize. We are glad to welcome a new

ING Is little If any more than it made to hold the first of these One explanation of the.orl&1n of gang several number for the rest The attendance record was a lit- pupil, Gladys Lee, in our room.

got ages from the same source before gatherings in St. Petersburg Fla, St. Valentine's Day traces It backto of the audience. They were: tle lower this month than In the Gladys comes from the Boatdraln

prohibition when Its rate of tax at the end of February. the Roman festival of the Lu- "Good Morning to You" "Dolls put, but we're hoping It will be school.

was much lower. A year ago repeal That the handwriting on the percalla, celebrated in the middle Lullaby and Mother Takes Her better the next three month. Junior Smith and Ellen Merser- f

enthusiasts were predictinga wall Is seen by the president of U. ,jf February in honor of Pan and Rolling Pin." Prizes have been awarded; Mrs. eau are back in school again after j

Juno. The outstanding feature of Scott told the Gray's room receives a gold fish several days absence on account of ;
revenue of a billion dollars. It S. Brewers Is proved by his statement Next Mr. Wilbur i
that celebration was the placing of of the Sam- aquarium; Mr. Wall's room a'pot- klckness.
was promised that the number of : to the national convention: children the story boy
enforcement officers would be "We brewers need to launch a the names of the young woman in uel. The lesson he brought out ted plant. We have finished reading "The

I a box from which they were drawn When Elizabeth Holllngiworth, Adventures of Tom Sawyer" which
greatly reduced. Instead, at least national fight against professional was that they obey.
3Silver 5000 are to be employed. In Its prohibition In eight or ten Forth by the young men, each be- be finished his talk, he led themIn Chmn. Attendance Committee. we enjoyed reading very much.
to receive the blessing We are sorry to lose two*
supposed very
Is of ing -- --
palmiest days the Prohibition Unit states there already danger prayer.
of their union from the gods dismissed and H O C I E T Y of our pupils Leon and Mary Dixon -
-doe wos.. 5s.."_Is bad only 3,500 agents at work. drifting back toward prohibition Chapel was
"'peoty s.srsea It...... Let us consider the effects of repeal unless a concerted fight I I. made through this type of love-lottery. the children went back to their Leon and Mary are moving

tr .ktr-Lt k b.......t motor car accidents. Dr. against It. So don't go out thinkIng It Is a, time of great merry mak- lessons. Misses Dorothy Sapp and Louise away. We wish them lots of luck ,
.. ... .... ...... ... upon ing and teasing the Valentines, as Snyder spent Friday afternoon vis- In their new home.
$555 0s55 IS.lsis T. W. Kilmer, police surgeon and all Is sunshine, because we -
traffic expert, read recently a pa- have hard fight ahead of us." the chosen boy. fct* girls are called FOURTH GRADE iting In Gainesville 'f J

".. neMeMMT ..ner. s ... before the International Asso- Ye., there is a fight ahead andIt {<. Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth LOW FOURTH GRADE NEWS ,

<...-..., .... fee] em ... per ciation of Chiefs of Police, giving shall be won, "Not by might, nor Barbara Snow and Dorothy Lee spent Friday and Saturday visiting We had a new teacher two daysthis >"

w$055-.m-..)", ruabes-.. 1". statistics gathered by an Insurance by power,but by my spirit, aaith We are studying; About Abraham Johns brought two new books for Miss Mary Lucile Torode In month. Her name was Miss. -i

company of nigh repute. For many the Lord of hosts." Lincoln. w. h.eit'a poetal card the bookcase. We have been drawing Lawtey.A puddlngtoo. She was good to us. '.('

V I..r.gkr.AROLD states these figures Indicate an Verys truly yours bowing all of Lincoln's homes and cabins like Lincoln's. We are number of student from th.Hll'b Thelma Cooper brought a new 1\

his tomb. We made. a Lincoln valentines of wallpape. School enjoyed at '1,,,
C. WALLINSURANE Increase of drunken drivers ranging Publicity Chairman W.C.T.U. making s party picture for our room.

from twenty-five per cent'in Sources; Literary Digest Dec. 8, booklet and dollies. Ethel Colman has been Klngaley Lake Friday night. We have a bunch of violets In 4;

New York to seventy-seven per 1934; The American Issue, Dec. We are making Valentines, too. 111 for one week. Sidney Herahfteld was In Jacksonville our room. ,

iTJ11t.if.. FLORIDA, cent la Pennsylvania and 100 pert :1934; Ttsses-UoloB, Jav 1.. 193ft. late Ruby alley, T8A01M"I'j' Sara Barefoot, Reporter. during the week-end., Thehao StarHns; Reporter..w ., ,rt.



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', ,?' ;Bradford County Telegraph advent of "Know. ,.Flo kla Maybe You've TOO LATE AMAZE A MINUTE -

conscious ot, the
Week" makes us
"h. . Established 1977 sad fact, but true, that many at l ] TO CLASSIFY 'SCiENTIFACTS <:. BY, ARNOLD. ;
.. ... Heard It But ,
-- '" -- -- us not only.do not know the" -
Published Weekly 'on Fridays and Entered as Second Class' about this great state of ours,but Rr'nv.IIEtKA Y ..,
.ecretat Florid Press Aiu
*'. 'Matter at'the Post Office at Starke, Florida we ,are not even properly Informed "

--.. -- .-' about tile very communities. In No News. r

' ;, E. L. Matthews______________________Editor and Owner which we live., This has been one of those weeks Among the,visitors :who droppedIn mil)
Reams of publicity matter have when we have>nt: been anywhere to,see me during the Florida
. _. .. .. --
-. been sent out telling that Florida haven't seen anything and haven't Fair was State Comptroller Jim I ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE could feed 15,000,000 persona It Its heard any funny stories: : We can Lee who wanted to explain his 1

, : Yearly, $1.50; Six:,Months, 73c-Payable in Advance, soil produced to Its full capacity; almost hear you say "Why don't side of this Homestead exemption
. tbat Florida la the largest produc-i you shut up then?" But old man questionnaire controversy
; Rates
Advertising: on.. Application er'of cattle In the Past, and that force of habit's got us and we Accordin' to Jim there was a
" -- 'Its manufactuerd products annually have to go on pounding: this darn darn good reason for every ques-

"""' He who hesitates is lost-except at a grade crossing. are valued at $267,000,000. All typewriter whether we want to or tion asked and unless a fellow was i'I

I this Is quite true, and It makes us net. trying to slide out from under his i'i I
--- o- share of the tax burden, there
K proud to be living in a state so was \
i\\ like What, No"Sun? nothing embarrassing about those
: The new income tax slips are pink-blue would be moreI richly blessed but knowledge __
charity should begin at borne and The past few days of cloudy questions. -_
a appropriate. we should not neglect the local :'weather have caused our fair state Jim thinks that before we get INVENTIVE
: o phases of the picture 'to'come in for a little bad publicity big hearted and exempt a man tJ Swiss.

I How of us can intelligent Your correspondent happened from taxes on his Florida home SWISS PEOPLt, MAN FORMAN
: Begin getting ready for Starke's second annual Strawberry ly reply many to strangers inquiring to be parked at'a filling: station we ought to be sure he really is a 1 ARE MORE PAN.. fllRU TIMES

I Festival. about the population of our towns, In the eastern part of town citizen of this state and how' a AS INVENTIVE AS GERMANS FouR
r. our average temperatures and the when about thirty army trucks, man answers those questions helps 1 TIMES THE FRENCH Five TIMES THE
value of our crops? Surely these moving: a part of Uncle Sam's air a whole lot' In deciding the question BRITISH,AND six TIMES MORE mVENTIve -
:II If you want to get away from the old grind, buy a set of are Important facts that should be forces from Shreveport to Miami, .. .0' THAN AMERICANS.

n false teeth, advises one exchange. on' the tip of everyone's tongue so pulled to a stop .along the high It seems that a lot of folks have

, that he will be a walking advertisement : way.Tfle rushed In to claim exemption as .,
" I. 0 for our' town and com- truck drivers,,'and passengers Florida home owners who are drivIng -

.?, Chicago is rated as the most noisy city in the country. munity. descended in body-a hun cars with Oregon Illinois or
If do not know the following gry body. at that-on the little Kansas license tags.
Machine do make! on :awful: racket you
f suns: facts about Bradford County store and In a very, few minutes A lot of others while asking exemption -
L 0 clip this paragraph and keep it had swept it clean of candy bars I in Florida run out to Texas r

Rudy Vallee took a sock at a lawyer and the poor fellow close at hand so you can readily crackers and Coca Colaa. or up to Georgia to do their POTATO WATER- .

['"hadn't: said a word about Rudy's singing. answer anyone who asks for information One of the uniformed gentlemen I votln,and they don't file an Intangible THOUGH A 7...."
,tr : handed us a post card with the request tax return in Florida because POTATO APPEARS J, !
,N 0 Area: 101,360 acres; in farms that we drop It In a ,mall all their I Intangible property Is In QUIT SOLID. IT 1 IS

;;g, Roosevelt will probably come to Florida to fish if he can 34,816 acrfi; In actual culttva- box on our way to town. We did Michigan or Wisconsin. COMPOSED MORE MV HEART BEATS.

\ get Congress off his line for long enough. ton, 16,163 acres. him the favor but our old inquiring In defending the questionnaire THAN TH U- EVERY TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
r 2 l$I Elevation above sea level: 150 reporter's blood rose before we Hr. Lee says "The application QUARTERS Of OWl'S HEART BEATS IOO.OOO
r0- feet. could get rid of the card and we form as. prepared by a special WATER. TIMES.
Some enterprising firm should employ Sir Malcolm and Population, 1930; 9,405. couldn't resist glancing at the committee of tax reform experts IGyXIM' ti.,.NI..a 1, ,

-W|Ills Bluebird to collect their past due accounts. Total assessed valuation: $1- message on the back. The first and accepted by tax assessors of
't l' 500,000.. paragraph> said: "Just a line or two the state attempts to consolidate same time see to It that no one IMOTIfR or APPLICATION
f 0 Total\ county mlllage: forty- to let you know,that I have been In one record, avaUable Information FOR TAX I)BIt
is automobile that forgot to let the and it's : about the consti- enjoys exemption who Is not legally NOTICE! 18 HEREBY QHEV,
A frozen asset an you three. In Florida three days now applicant's That C. B John, holder of Tax C'er.
)'' ,water out of on the coldest night of theyear. Educational institutions: one been> raining: all the time-haven't tutional and statutory exemp-. entitled to it.On tmcut, No. 898, 5th day of Hcptom.;
", her A. D. 11)83. him fed Haiti
." tions. the other hand real estate eer.
senior high two junior highs, one seen the sun at all tlfluat In my office ( ap
0 elementary standard and eight The second paragraph is none of This had to be made general, the men want to employ the Home- plication for tax deed to 1HM'| ::: thereon

,r A woman would faint if she saw a fly leg in her soup, graded schools. your business Colonel points out in order'to be stead Exemption'as'a bait to sell certlflcat In accordance embraces with the law.following Said
..,. adaptable ,to all types' of applicants described property situated In Brad
abut they are using them now for artificial eyelashes. Crop values: 1500000. -- ",
, Minerals: mineral water. Quandary While:it Is 'a.'..It-executIng homes and any move that tends ford of County East Florida Half of to-wlf, Northuut: Portion
o Incorporated towns: four. Members of the Bachlorettes proposition, tax1"payers can tD make the securing of such exemption Quarter of Southeast Quarter lying

,Iu t Forgotten people: The King of Italy, the Vice-President Population of Starke county Club I were biting their nails this save themselves a world of trou- In the least,difficult; will I South lie Road of Btarke Section* Mlddleburg-83, Township; I.

.of the United States and Mrs. Dionne's eldest children. site: 1,500. 'week because they.aouldn't adver- ble by, seeing that .it does execute naturally meet with ,their opposition. South. Range SI East. ,'containing 18acres
g Memorize these facts about tise their dance tonight. There they itself The assessment of said property
!| o your county,'and all you can remember were',importing an orchestra all "It Is only an effort to perfect under the said certificate Issued win
i 1'' It used to be "real estate broker," but now, thanks to about' your state for to the way from Daytona Beach and the Homestead Exemption Amend- Folks who are' yelping about In Unless the name said of certificate J A. Howe.shall be redeemed .
''r,; State floor ahow ment by establishing a definite record this questionnaire seem to' have law, tax deed
fe.! Florida sunshine, they aren't as broke as they once were. borrow a sentence from the an orchestra with a according "
, ; will Issue thereon the 18th,
; irit' know at on two points Mr. Lee continued fact'that on day
: Chamber of Commerce, "To girls' chorus-and vrythlng. overlooked the the Comp of March, A. D 191,5.
! 0 Florida better is to better appreciate -.that. Rules of the Woman's Club ; ,' "the first is to'establish troller is charged with the duty Dated this 13th. day of February,
Night baseball will never become popular-the fanscan, God's great handiwork." forbid advertising for any dance I the applicant's legal residence and of searching out'property subject A. D. u 35.A: J. THOMAS

:I ;hardly see well enough to throw pop bottles at the umpire. ,-0-- hel dthere. However, the news will his right to constitutional or stat- tD taxation and seeing that it getson Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court.Florida,
IT ISN'T SO probably get around by word of 'utory exemptions and the second the,tax rolls, 2-15-tt-3-16. County
0 mouth, and, a large, crowd Is ex- 'Is to identify the property to be
It's a great world with half.the people educated beyond A hallowed list of age-old health pected, to turn out. exempted by learning its exact location -
axioms has received the cold shoulder and the owner's estimate
their intelligence and the other half living beyond their: -
k" by a California health director. ClwleUled'The of Its value.

I] ,.means. That's the trouble with thousands Tall Man that you see with Realtors, property owners and For ,Expert RepairingSmith's

,". 0 of people." he says,."super- the little black grip is E. O. Koons, certain county officials take Issue

,r i Two weeks cold spell In Florida broke all records., .Jt tition ruins them No wonder the piano tuner. Phone 70. Dade I with Mr. Lee and contend that
hey are not healthy if they believe most of the questions are Irrele-
almost broke the head of the house who had to the wood City.-Dade City Banner. I
Kt: pay hose things. Thanks, old ifellow,,,}we've been vant and an unnecessary burdenon
,, MbUl, also. I Here are some of the questions worried about that.. applicants and brand it an at- .Garage .
. that were put to the doctor, and 'tempt on the part of state officials -
) 0
, .". the answers that he gave: tS low to discredit the Home Exemption -
Ev,, Lloyd ,George wants Great, Britain to:adopt New Deal "Is it'safe to fill up with food 'Of course Too:it's UK late to do Amendment. 'Phone 120

.K',tactics We humbly suggest plowing under every third mon- and go to bed?" anything about it I)now,' but we The Comptroller, of course Is
s\ "Babies do little else than take havea guilty con- concerned with the problem of collecting Wrecker Service
, < ode wearer. will certainly Day or Night
. big,meals and go to sleep.V"What ,science if we let anyone get off to all the taxes be Is legally I .
;$* r Q about the belief tbat eatng -- the Young Democratic Club's con I authorized to collect and at the .
" '
$' Dfxie Land, the most famous of all Southern songs seed-containing, 1 fruits causes I ventioa In ,Tampa today and to- I _

J was written.by a' Northerner. But he probably' had Florida appendicitis morrow without his wife accompanying '
I swallow grapefruit
'4 sand in his shoes. "Bunk. him From the advance circular -
seeds. I like them.
. warts from ,'it seems as if a good times THE BRAKESCOULDN'T "Speed to SO-Jam
"Does one get' planned for all:.."-golf, swim, ,
' According to naturalists,oa swoose is a cross between a toads?" who play tennis and bridge watch dot on the Brakes'every
"I knew one '
never any'
'\ wan and a goose. A wreck is a cross between a goose and did." banquet races,and and wr a party; ,a at Spanish Moulin TAKE'IT 2 mffes-keep It up

. Jfl,another fast driver. "Isn't your stomach" ;upset, when Rouge, our snappy flight club." night and ,day!"
you have a cold? Is the fol- '. .
of1 all
f ,0 But ache worst ; = 1 p. nyPghh
"It never felt better I have a -
F You might have lived in the state all life but the owing request for Information:
| your terrible appetite '
II'I "Whether each Is,, bringing a
'I H. chances are that you can find something new to learn during "Well, don't you get blood poisoning with wife or husband'.had they rather BUT THE NEW COULD!

f S"Know Florida,Week." if you remove a splinter for us to take,flare of that:'
'I a pin'too"No.
Wives and husband who have
'i 0 sir-' ; been left behindpfc, call at our
, Iave women imagination t"I, a columnist asks. Sure. "Is it dangerous to touch" the office for bus schedules to TamOverheard r 4

They r always, imagine their husbands make more than they oft"I spot wonder on a if baby's the superstitious head? pa.

i turnover_ in the pay envelope know we now take blood from The following conversation was

4A. o those spots for testing Of course overheard last Saturday morning

!; : The, ,Winter' Haven: Herald observes that the difference I,don't mean you should poke babies' between two young ladies who had
: heads to experiment you
fclbetween a heathen and a civilized country is that in one they would Jab a fresh paint sign.'" night attended before a dance arriving in, Madison home just the

kidnap missionaries while in the other they'' kidnap million- "Doe n.t light hurt your eyes about the time that we "hard :
when you have measles and Isn'tdamp
r Jres. working"-; folks were thinking
I1 air bad for a cold?
about getting up:
," 0 "Ridiculous." First young lady; "You look likeI ,' _
,1 A woman 103 years old says she is sure she is stronger'kand There are several more crank BUI' fetl.' 'yNh

I more vigorous at the start of her second century than she per tltlons that might have been the i Second'young lady: "Well, what --
blasted. the doctor, such as
,F wail that,the first. And she probably has just about as many common by belief that eating fish' of It? If everybody won't was be up able as late to :ii-- /,
i as I. was they ., J _
"%1 teeth. and drinking milk at the same dead II II
see how I look and I am too I I
'i'i, time la sure death. But it is' safe ",
to feel
o to bet those who believe them will

' : Miami Beach\ merchants are objecting to customers com go: right on abiding by their crazy ,What-Happened? 43%

; Ing into 'their stores wearing bathing suits. One reason, per- beliefs> despite' the best professionaladvise Many a Coca Cola was lost locally DELIVERS :mike:: ;:islcid GOODNEWS

Tj:i In the country. 'when news came. ,,that the ,
and not
at time
However one -
,-/? as many years ago as you might verdict Jauptmann of guilty jury bad and brought that in the a 9 You must see this huskier, -handsomer,

,r.x think tomatoes weer believed there toM judge had sentenced the Bronx new "G-3"-Goodyear's greatest tire-the This marvetouetire _

'<,;; At last.we have found something to offset all those murders -' poisonous is -so perhaps carpenter to the electric chair that forth ( '. testsnew G -3 Altwhich .
still hope. came a champion from
L1t': that have taken place over the bridge table. 'A New *>______ W can't help but wonder what with
happened to that woman juror who abused cars out brake
FITTING OBSERVANCEBoy !: linings its advantages
/York man remarried his divorced wife because she was the the newspapers made so much fuss many

if?best bridge partner he ever had. Scout Week. February 8- over when.she was caught smilingat every 72 hours-the tire that has proved more ,over

,,r 0 celebrating' the twenty-fifth Hauptmann when he came than a match for today' job on fast-starting, any thehmarket
birthday of this great movement, down from the witness stand. Perhaps on
$ A who fired into Pennsylvania'election high-speed quick-stopping modern
Republican a was observed in Starke In the beet she was the one who left her automo cost you noth.
{ krowc"'and killed five Democrats got off with a verdict that way possible-by reorganization of husband home to do the house biles Once you see this costller-to-bulld ing extra. .

calls for from six to twelve years. Someone must be gettingthe the local troop. Mr. Donald Maul work and was smiling to think of but no-costller-to-buy .
Queen who has consented to take, her old man's misery or maybe champion, we knowyou'll -
? idea. that there are too many Democrats in Pennsylvania. the work has been a'' she to "I!
over here. was just smiling keep from want no other tire under your wheelie
0 scoutmaster in other' place for laughing out loud.I' .

.7y'y'y'.l' Civilization.still has a long way to go when you stop to eight years and is a past president SEE ,OURPRICES
of the DeSoto Council. Un- Leipzig doctor has developed ,
R consider that a Chicago father was recently arrested for
der his direction: the local organi which after being In-
"j plunging;hla'little girl into a tub of cold water to give her a sation has gotten off to a fine Into the skin. Is said to re- '

;,healthful body, standing her on her head to drain an infected tart, and the troop should con- Illeve fatigue

>,-;...IT, and .then sitting on her to complete the drainage. tinue to grow and become a real cxi: .
asset to the .
community.Scouting camping and biking ,are character
.ft o
: was originally devised values of sterling worth.
,+- The ancient Greeks gave the following illustration as to as a game and Is carried out in Thoroughness, ..trustworthiness.esourcefulnesst ON
.ow the four typo of temperaments would react to an ob- the spirit of a game-something courage, keen observation -

fiktructing'atone: The cheerful man walks around it; the high- heart that every and is boy attracted enjoys with to the all minute his- courtesy ,and habits the of self-confidence good: health, Register Motor Co.

i tempered man forces it aside; the sad man turn back; and the be looks into It. But It Is that fa not arrogant, -these are the BATTERIES

'3[Indifferent man ignores it. The laziest among us, of course, much more than a gam Under fundamentals of scouting. ROAD'SERVICECALL 103 I :
neath IU program of knot tying, Long ,th, local ,. -1.!
.f would sit down oa It. may : troop pros *;
signaling, first aid. nature study, per., ... STARKEFLA..
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