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 22, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02477
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, 1877 Subscrlptlon.-For Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner '':

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iCOND l ;1C.. Maines,' delegate from I A piece of heavy fabrlc'ut from Archibald Johns, with an eleven ,

the Young Democratic'Club of_Un the airship Macon, huge dirigible pound one-ounce black boss, wa

ion County to the convention In that fell at sea recently off the I the first to enter the Bradford AFTER SHOWERS 'r'r'I

IRN-HOG' FUND Tampa "t week-end had the un FOR FUNDSBEGS coast of California found Its way i Hardware Company's fishing contest -

usual experience of having his car to Starke this week In an envelop which was announced this :

smashed into by an automobile addressed to Mr.' and Mrs J. H., week

FINAL PAYMENT driven by a dead man. OFFICIALSTO Fields It was sent to them by TEACHER SALARIES Mr. John's catch measured twen SEASON SHOULD

Mr. Maines had parked his car their son, Charles, a member of the ty-slx: inches In length and twen

IS EXPECTED In front of convention headquar FORGET crew of.the U. S. S. Richmond the RUN 2 MONTHS ty-one Inches In girth, and hit bill BEGIN IN 2 :
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ters and was unloading big bag POLITICS boat that Is credited with rescuing BEHIND line like "a six-foot 'gator, thli WEEKS It

IN'MARCHER gage when he taw the driver of sixty-four! of the eighty-three men lucky fisherman sutd. -

[ SAYS CONTRACTS Ms an approaching hands into the automobile air, rear throw back JOHNS SURPRISED AT who On wore the on email the,Square Macon. of tough GRIFFIS GRATEFUL FOR to Although go nome other to bent anglers Mr. Johns will. have record -I PLANT CITY HAS PASSED .!J4

pMPLETEDFOR YEAR la the seat and then fall over. The RULING HY LANDISA material was printed "Fabric tak HIS STAFF'S "SACRIFICE1 J. B. Carlisle, manager of thi : PEAK, REPORTS SAY. f-
Bradford Hardware doesn't wan -
driverless car came on and smashed en from airship Macon crashed at fIe.1

second payment of $1,68996 Into the rear of Mr. Malnes'a determined fight Is being aea near San Francisco, California, Coffers of the Bradford Count; anyoW to become discouraged Berry shipments here have gain
at 0:13: m., Feb 12, i935. Total "Thero are just as big fish In the a little In strength a, 393 thir
in considerable p. enriched
orn-hog contract signers automobile causing made school system wero yea '
by Charley E. Johns. Brad lakes as have ever been caught-" ty-six pints crates were loaded)
crew, 83 men. Rescued by U. S.
ford County was made ,this damage.. ford, representative to the legislature terday rooming by the amount of: he "and maybe bigger," I during the past week The biggest
S. says
Richmond 64
rescued U.
had died ; by
according to L. T. Dyer,,, The man, who evidently
and other small county representatives S. 8. Concord rescued U. S. $7,61033, A. J. Griffin, superin This. store's fishing content III day BO far was Monday when "
agent of Lake Butler who of a heart attack, won found to be Ill( by :
of the AAA program a resident of St. Petersburg.! to have race track 3. Cincinnati 6; lost, 2. Charles'i tendent announced, an annual event and creates mucl 123 crates were' shipped. The av- ;iJ
charge funds distributed before the legislature interest<< among local sportsmen. erage price Is reported to have '
ila county. This amount was --- H. Fields, U. S.,S. Richmond, Feb Teachers Immediately benefited
convenes April 1. However,, 12, been from five to nix cent. a. pint. ,I
led among forty farmers the movement has met with little and were paid a month's salary. Lower temperatures thin week

IB first check payments, reed LOCAL FERA success so far. Mr. Johns points atTSHs leaving them still behind for two ALL FLORIDA accompanied by light frosts will V

in August, totaled $2.840.93,, out that In some counties IncludIng months Mr. Gilffla said The'' do their bit In holding back the t

the final payment, whichId Hears Nothing Bradford a', part of this fund amount received by white teacher ripening fruit and growers predict )(

arrive ,in March, will goes to the school (Jjretemu; most of throughout the county thin week : Membership that the second week in March

unt to approximately 2000., which are In urgent need of immediate For Exemption : totaled $4.033. Colored teuchen will have paused before there litany :

Jiree payments will total about ABOUT MONEY funds Attorney General considerable l berry movement
I : have not yet been paid. i"
SO for reducing corn and hog Cary D. Landls has ruled, however Of the total amount $137,40 was DRIVEJOON from Starke and Lawtey. This, of ':

uctlon In Bradford Mr. Dyer that the race track money need ARE NOW READY! from the state school one mill tax; course, provided there Is not another ;

not be distributed before killing freeze.
THIRD DISTRICT GETS the legislature $17766 was from interest on common Z
that contracts goes Into session unless it CHAIRMAN ANNOUNCESCOMMITTEES Aubrey Prink, local horticulturist
e- agent say school fund; $6.814.M war '
just been completed for this HARDLY ENOUGH Is called for by executive order. MUCH SHORTER FORM I from the motor vehicle llccns e FOR has visited a number of strawberry

with thirty-five farmers Signup FOR ALL Mr. Johns has had no reply to THAN STATE'S TOnE fund, and $485.73 was from the NEXT WEEK farms recently and found the .'
fine after the rains of I
under the program. They -"'- a letter written Monday to Gov beverage tax. crop looking

receive their first payment aa Money hadn't been mentioned ernor Sholtz in which the represen USED The amount received here was last week. Mr. Frlnk thinks that

as their contracts are accept- ,yesterday to the local ERA in tative said: "Governor I am pleading part of the $1.144.23991 that the A. J. Griffin yesterday announced Indications point toward better I

Washington which should be .spite of the announcement that with you to let's leave politic. Application1 blanks for exemption State Department of Education I the committees that are to aid price. when the bulk of the South

time in April or May. $19,300 for the remainder of February out of this distribution and distribute of homesteads from city tax- distributed among the sixty-sever I. him In the All Florida Committee'' Florida crop has passed. ,
... to be staged through The movement from Plant City
this to the various campaign
: had been allotted to the money es are now ready, City Clerk Carl county systems.
counties, at once, and by doingso of schools. in out the state next week last week averaged thirty-two cars
Third District, composed of Bradford Johns said There Is no danger
the of yesterday. A vigorous drive will be made a day with a total of 193 car. It
GAME CLUBTo Columbia, Union, Alachua, help youth our receive this county being shut down for
In contrast with the Floridians I. believed that the of the) ,
the education that they are lengthy Grlffl said. but to enroll 100,000 as peak
Marion Levy, Citrus, Pasco, Her- lack of funds, Mr.
., ando, Dixie and Gllchrist Counties. so justly entitled to" state forms, the city,blank asks they are being operated through members of the committee at one season there has been passed and 4
Be the adverse decision dollar each, the money to be used a gradual decline In the volume of
Following but few teacher..
It Is believed, however that the questions and will require sacrifices made by the
amount to be received here will Mr. Johns wrote the Attorney very little time to complete.The If he had to operate on a "pay ai In nationally advertising our state fruit I Is expected.

be nominal because of the large General in part: "The law plainly home owner Is you go" basis it would, be Impossible The following campaign managers Prices there strengthened early _
required only ,
ORGANIZEDTOCKING states that this fund shall bedistributed for the different towns In his this week with Monday: shipments 4,
counties which to to continue, the superintendent
number of
among give a description of his prop-
to the various district have been announced by bringing from seven to IN
the fund must be received portioned out. counties on or before April 15th, erty, state Its value and make a said. Mr. Griffls; Hampton, Mr.' $., H,, eight cents a pint.FUTCH..
ERA a $400- .
The state statement that he Is a resident of '
AND and I do know that it has been Futch; Brooker G. E. McGauUy; .
LAKES week, but officially Bradford
000 this State
grant ova County, of Flor- ChecksThe
Receiving Mr. L. II. Hill Keystone
past practice to distribute this Lawtey ;
FIELDS WILL BE advised that there) would be
PURPOSE no further allotments dating Feb fund aa it was collected' and up ida.These blank. must be filed be- Bradford County High Heights, C, Wesley Larson LAWContinues

ruary. to the present time, I have not fore April 1, Mr. Johns says School has begun to receive checks The committee for Starke ha not ,

The state administration has heard of anyone being prosecuted I. In payment of advertisements on yet been organized.In .

jvotees of the rod and gun rent instruction tcj district .administrators for violating this law., v the new ,curtain that Is to be discussing the .tata-wld j
announced that ..Geawaad THE "OLD FOLKS drive Mr. Grlffl said. _"The fund
sayingthat' In the *"I da not believe that there placed on the auditorium stage.

Club wilt"be organised here event further,In In the State of Florida that ,AT } The school hopes to sell enoughads raised for advertising the stats
delays IOME"WILL
rht (Friday) at 8'. o'clock at Congress would Legislative Act will be of tremendous value-but j
making funds available, relief uphold a to payfor a set of scenery EFFECTIVEa
ourt bouse clients be permitted to con- that would re-allocate the funds ._ probably of even greater value will
ie purpose of the club will bed may that have already been collected BE SURVEYED'BY be the fact that 100,000 Floridians
It they wish to do :
In the protection of game with working the clear understandingthat and In all fairness to ,everyone STATE P.T.A. have definitely lined up with one COUNTIES MAY' STILL ,

fish now existing in this sec- so, credits. thus earned will be concerned should have already Governor Dave ,Sholtr has re MET WEDNESDAY organization for All Florida." ACCEPT BONDS '
and to'take atepa to bringt .
liquidated it and when funds are been divided among the'. various quested a survey of Florida to determine FOR TAXES '
the re-stocking of quail, flah
received from Washington. counties." the number of persons in NOMINATING COMMITTEEAPPOINTED ,Hard To RecognizeFriends
other it 1* said.
game .
Decrease in the supply of No advice has been received this state over sixty-five years of of Jack Heard were! A.'J. Thomas, clerk of the cir .

p in recent years has brought here from the district office, however Gas Thieves Active age who might share In the proposed The following committee was appointed passing him on the street without cult court, was advised this week ;I

I ,- In regard to this I. O. U. old age pensions.The him this week. Jack by Comptroller J. M. Lee to
matter to the attention of the Frequent thefts of gasoline from at the Wednesday afternoon recognizing operate .r.;
Vic> and it la, expected that a working and It Is not known yetIf automobiles have been reported State Legislature, meetIng meeting of the P. T A. to said he stumbled And fell In a ditch a* usual. under the provision 1,

crowd will attend the meet- the policy will be adopted In here during the past few weeks in April for Its biennial session, nominate officers for. the coming near town last Saturday night and of the Futch Law In spite of wide ;

onlght. Bradford, County. and pollee officers are planning a may have proposal from Its members year: Mrs W. B. Parks, Mrs. J. scratched his face and neck on spread newspaper publicity that ;'-
e -- for establishing a State fund Mid some briars The thorns were evi- the law had been declared unconstitutional -
close watch In an attempt to discover L. Anderson and Miss Madge
F YOUR LUCKIS Boy Scout MeetingThe the Identity of the thieves. for pensions to the aged and needy. dleton. dently poison and Jack's face Is In a New Orleans court '

Scouts of Starke held Three automobile owners reportedthe In Washington the Economic Mrs :Grace Walnwrlgbt's room about twice its normal size. He of appeals ;

WITH YOUYOU Boy last Tuesday loss of varying amounts of Security Committee reported FlorIda won the prize for best attendancewith I Is hoping that the swelling will go Attorney General Cary D. Lan- '"
their regular meeting has above the
Woman's Club. We panolina on Friday night of last 9,778 persons, seven mothers and three down within the. next few days. die has ruled that the court decl- ;5,!
night at the of 65 who are on the Federal
week. grandmothers present slon affect only the St. Lucle |i'j
of the
and all ,
had a fine meeting relief rolls. If they received payments
SUIT OF FURNITUREe fine with the knot Mrs., D. P., Carpenter and Mrs.T. STARKE'S OWN Drainage District and that it doe r 1
boys got along of $23 monthly In pensions,
T. short talks describing not affect the right to redeem tax i
Rita Theatre, IQ conjunctionthe tying and history of the flag. When Editor Diet the annual outlay would be $1- Long gave SHOW FOLKS d
some of the thing the certificates with bonds In other a
Hart Furniture Company the last census was taken we found 467,000 the committee said.
John W. Bridwell 43, editor and "Know counties. "-
school has done during
'several other local merchants, [ that we had collected the fifty of the Union County Governor SholU said he had WILL BE VISITORS HERE :
publisher Florida Week. notable among theprograms The upstlr over the law created ;
luncea that on Thursday, Feb- cents registration fee from fourteen consideration to the NEXT WEEKA
rimes died at his home in Lake given some ,
being the planting of little Interest here, Mr, Thomas) 1
\\y' 28, a beautiful,set of bed- I boys Mr, MacQueen stated possibility of old-age pensions in
Sutler last Friday night after an aid. He ha :
trees the school grounds.The will accepted only $BOOO
on of familiar faces
k furniture will be given awayle that he would try to get their registration attack of acute indigestion. He Florida, but that he bad not reach group
fourth grade entertainedwith be In Starke next week when In bond In payment of delinquent
in the seen s4
whose name Is on the cards for them ed decision whether be would
ticket.person near future. The four patrols lad served as justice of the peace a recommendation to a song; and another song by Marie Lazone, Elmer Lazone, May taxes since the.. Futch Law went :
V very and was a member of the City send such a John Klnlaw of: the third grade, and Lee Allen I into effect
Blossom Allen arrive -
their names.rhcy :
Junior NRAe :
ere will also be a I have decided upon Council of Lake Butler.RECORDS the legislature.of .. .. .
Irma Stockwell recited
on Wednesday night.. Feb.2T are' the Owl,-Alligator, Wolf, wa enjoyed. here for an appearance at the

at.the theatre with the Beaver. -- "Trees, and a. talk on Rita ,Theatre next. Wednesday ANN HARDING .R

feature motion picture pro- Al Kay Carlisle, SHOW:BRADFORD IJSED ,'Birds" was- pen *7 Herbert Bight They will add their talent AT RiTZ SUNDAY ",

It(la 'expected that thirty Scribes : Packham. to> a reva featuring Dick Mason, I j

ire local children between the I N. T. Rltck and Virginia FugaU Pearle Austin, Fannie Mason and APRIL" 'J

of eighteen,. months and ten Trial Set COUNTYBradford I described Interesting spots In and Cecil Simmons I "ENCHANTED SAID k
Douglas RIVER s
win take part la the Kiddie .I TO BE NEW around St. Augustine, the oldest The dancing of Mr. Mason and I ONE OF HER BEST

,There win also be several The trial of Charlie S. Douglas, city in the United States. Miss Austin will be an outstanding The beauty, charm and humor of

ssional vaudeville acts the Indicted for the murder of J. L. -- I Miss. .Ruby Lllley read a paper bit on the program Dick wa born I 4nn Harding find expression In

night. Including numbers by r Uatthewi, prominent Bland clti- County has had a slow ;; Capt.; Richard >Bradford the on ""Conservation of Natural Re- In Starke, and the remainder of the one of the happiest motion picture

Mason; 'well-known ,enter laeD. has been set in the Alachua historical evolution, being first a first Florida officer,to be killed In lources." company, are all well-known here. !, itorle of her career 'MBnehanUMl

r> who,.need8'.o) introduction. : County circuit court for 'Monday,. part of old Columbia County nexta the!Civil ,War. He' fell In battle Mrs K. It'. Ferryman.: president .." J'MISSION april which will play at the RIta

ark* audiences.-*. ''February 25.' ,The,trial was 'r.- part of New River County (now on Santa Roesj Island ,I*.West of the association conducted) the HALL theatre on Sunday,aad Mondayis -

the sently postponed when Judge H. L. non-existent) and finally takingthe Florida, October 9, 186 J,,, business meeting. '
bets can be secured from A study of the church and its an unhappy wife,caught In Ifte
g merchants, Hart Furn- Jebrlng granted a motion by de- name of Bradford in 1861, according The court house remained at In' the world was the turmoil of marital monotony. Miss ;
Ca- I lense attorneys to quash the entire to an'article prepared re- Lake Butler until 1887 when It was FROMCONVENTION purpose '
Company Magnolia Cafe, RETURN theme of Tuesday night's Bible larding offer a logical If somewhat -
I venire of ninety-two jurors on Associated Press. moved to Starke after a fight that
DrugStore; Tip Top Groc- cently by meeting at the Mission. Some very radical solution to this pr
that, certain errors had has required 104 yearsto almost reached proportions of a
Register Motor Company I grounds Florida fundamental truths were presentd flexing situation met at one timer
I made by the Board of County her sixty-seven counties civil war., Twice In Its history the
n'a Pharmacy, Leila's Beau- MIZELL ELECTED TO from the Word on this subject another by moat married couple :
In selecting the ju In 1821 with,only court house was burned destroying BUD
Servicen Commissioners starting .
lop? Joe Slstrunk's HEAD YOUNG DEMOSH. sod those who were present heard Frank Morgan I I. especiallyrood
all records once I In 1865! and
Mitchell's Drug Store Ra. rors. Escambla and St. John. and gradually :that, belonging to an earthly organization in support of the star.
Sternbergs Bills Service carving others ..out of the again in 1875. The present court C. Wall and Dr. H. B. Mc- does not necessarilymean Tuesday and Wednesday the.

m. Hayes Service Station Can'Teach First Aid 88,666 square miles of territory house was built here In l 02. ,Lendon returned early this week being part of the churchthe Flits will offer "Lottery Lover", .

Deal Service Station.wRoad.Near Beatrice ,originally embraced in these two. Going back to state history titer serving as official delegate. I body of Christ-but that re- with Pat Patterson and Lew1' ', i
LIUey. Miss discovered In 1813
Miss Ruby and In the process of formation the Florida wee by I >f the Young; Democratic Club of fenerotlon--being born againand lyre. Next. Thursday and >iri"lay 'J
Sullen, Mine Mary Lee Wynn have Ponce de Leon In his search for "
three counties I
of ,
Hereded names only Bradford County at the convention life "Girl In Danger" with Ralph
weekwthoris.d the separated apart
art. George Iiunan were this the fountain of youth. Various living
'new to teach, First Aid been changed and cannot be foundon there of It have been under five beld in Tampa last Friday and from the world, con tltutts unity Bollamy and Shirley Grey will be :.::.
road, creating today. Once part
the "Stal"Packer"
map This
Saturday.. ihown. Saturday
been :ourse as a result of their attendance British, Spanish French, with Him. The purpose of
Bee to Lake Swan, has territories bearing the namesof flags
were with John Wayne ws+
Institute B. F. Mlzellr of Gainesville, we churchnot the building howeverIt "
at the First Aid and UnIon's
ERAin River Confederate the present
ed built, with Florida Benton and New '
Mosquito, :of the state organisation. I.I the savingf upy! the screen..
elected made
Jacksonville from January -
the southwestern part of I I it-Id in but these were changed as the stars and stripes.Florida
the I He succeed W. R. ) souls. ; calling out from amongthe :-- ;
1. Among state
County. The road will bed to February went by.. was admitted as a
128 treated in the course .ub-I years to that time It Smith of Tallahassee Postmaster world those who would becomes
a half mile long. It will Columbia County was created in In 1843, but prior ., Almost A MealA
General Farley abel Governor of the body. _
articlflcal re
shocks and
rounds; ; recognized as a territory
at the Lake Geneva-Melroae 1832. and In 1898 gave up a generous was I
southerly itlon; injuries due to heat to form operated under a territorial form Dave SholU were among the Several out-of-town folks at- chicken egg weighing three
and will run In a of its area ;
an4'' portion who addressed those two minister md three-fourth ounce was
to bones. joints' ] prominent speakers tended among
on to Lake Swiiu Men will old: ; Injuries t New River and Suwannee.Counties of government. '!
clearing the right-of-way muscles; poisons.Middleton. Throughout Its I entire history. convention., if the gospel.Next >rought Into the Telegraph office
i has been locatedat week' study will be foundIn aat week by C. A. Flitch, who ha ;
I the next few days. Baker formed from Florida capitol
In 1861 was It was the only LAKE CHURCH 24th Chapter Matthew 37th a i fine brood of white Leghorns at \
Appointed Tallahassee.
and the remainingportion
New River, not taken by Union forcesIn There will be service. at Klngsey rerse. This is one of the most up- its home here. The egg wa al- I"I
changed capitol
postmaster Named Dr. W. E. Middleton mayor of of New. River was remained the 1861-1865 War Between the Lake Sunday, February 2.. at lo-date bits of news to be bad to- I mod twice the size of the average jI
I has been appointed a mem- to Bradford. Our county and If want to get la ont hen' fruit" and led one to wonder 'I
\ 'Poetofflce,, Department at itarke, :' States. It wag successfully ,defended 11 o'clock. All members are urge lay you
&(ton ball announced the -Pent Mr of the legislative committee of intact In for 1921 the it was next divided sixty and years.but a by a handful of soldiers and ? 'to> attend. Visitor are cor-, you are Invited to be present at I It r a stray ostrich hadn't wandered :: ,
the Florida League1 of Municipal- his: study. away from some circus and spent ,.tt
of Miss Aline- Fraser as Union County "home-guard" boys and old men at Rally Invited .
postmaster at MaccUnny.taer : : I ties, It was announced this weeky portion of It became, the Battle of Natural Bridge near Klngaley Lake Baptist Church I .Yowl need your Bible along the night In the hospitality of Mr. .

> was formerly secrei -I > -Ben.H. Bridges, of Tallahassee This county was named (In honor Tallahassee. J. L.,Bllcox.-Clerk v- ,, rub..you., Futch', yard. "g|
i Congressman R..AcGreen. >resident of the organization. .t
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HAMPTON THERESSAHI ZIFFMinx BROOKER RISINGMrs. fllXTII JI1I>KIAI. .!!( ;HIT.IlltAMVOMIt said application hI Illy h". tll OJ

bole Mae Lewis. CorrespondentMr. II. AL McKae Correspondent CUIINTV, FI.OIU made ror lax llepIfetoM I
iiinileiit .
)Ilea Ad*. !Mmm.. rirre | Rhoda Zelcler. Correnvaadeat Miss Vera Oolney, Correspondent II)". IN (;H"N(".. nY. th"reon In rHald .
W. HOHACE) NORMAN certificate embraces t1 u it k i...
I, Leroy Dyal, of; New York City, Alarge crowd enjoyed a partyat and Mrs. Henry Sowell and The farmers In this section are Complainant.S InK described property. xltunfr V '

t is the guest of his mother, Mrs the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. children of LaCrosse were visiting Valentine Party getting ready to plant crops. plant- P... Bradford In County, Florida '' h,
Ultra Vera entertained BARNETT, ET AL. 1 acre the l
Ga-lney Southeast ?
Thomas Dyal this week! Sibley Wednesday night. Games Mrs. Clyde Kelley Sunday after. Ing gardens to seed and picking D..fendantH.Notice Northeast Quarter of S t'orr, ,, Of
few of her friends Wednesday }" .
a .. tlhxtn
And Order to Known UnaUnknown
strawberries. !
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan had asher were played and at a late hour refreshments at South., Range Eaal Tou
noon.Mrs. with. a valentine party rrnrtnBt 20 H"IJII 1 1one
night ,
'I guests her daughter, Mrs. J. P. were served. F. W. Reynolds and chil- and aunt Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of TUB STATfc) OF FLORIDA TO8 acre more or lexx. | 01

Summers, and nephew Carlus Mrs. F. Fender of the Rising section dren of Graham spent Sunday here the home of her uncle Green Cove Springs were dinner P. Uurnatt, LowellLlvingatonCompany The *thV.. aid"'certmt'Ste1"11"m'
H. B. Aasexnas S Hale Carolina under
Mr. and Mrs Crosby. Many '
Summers, both of Lulu. was visiting Mrs. C. A with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. various and contests were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.' Mc Hale, L.rman JI.1Ia.r I* wax In the name of Unknown:; "" I

Rev. will preach at the Baptist B Thomas.Mr. games Rae Sunday. M Hale, William ,. Le-
Lyle here Sunday.Mr redeemed "hull
Youngblood accordinpito
the valentinebox Hale jaw I
after which vlna Cora K
L enjoyed Way, Mary Wolf '
Church next Sunday morningand and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of and Mrs. J. W.. Lewis and and the valentines Miss Nlta Kelly Is spending a heirs of AH8enafl S. Hale, ;,. 13 McKee : will issue thereon on th- tux ;d.1". .
evening. Everybody is Invit Gainesville visiting the for. children spent last Sunday at Gra- was opened few days in Plant City with relatives. ait Kxecutor. of estate of L. M. of February, A J). 1935 lard 41,
were out. Later In the ouch In ..xl.lap .. Dated this
given evening Hale, If lie living or 17th day ot
mer's) parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ham with their daughter and son- home made '", and If dead or not 'In fixU- A. D. 1935. .hunting
ed.Miss delicious was
',+ Bessie Baylus, of Palatka, Zeigler Friday. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal. candy L. A. Crosby made a business lance then to the heirs, devlxeeH. .\. J. THOMAS! ,

1 has recently returned to her home Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal spent served the following Ida guests Lvrclle: Misses and trip to Jacksonville{ Monday. grantee representatives legatees or successors.assigns l of legal Bach Clerk Bradford of County Circuit ri I.. Itt

after spending several days here. children of Waldo were visiting last Sunday at Graham with their Louise Fay We are glad to report that Mrs of the unld a. P Darnatt I-owell- 1.2IIt328 ""d.l

and Mrs. M. Halkett areBRADFORD Mr. and Mra. .O. W. Idell Webb, Audrey Polk, Beatrice Cheater is af- Livingston and C'ompmiy Anne-ng S.
Mr. Mrs. Dennlflon'a, parents, Mr. and grandparents, Cassel, Madeline Crosby, and Es- Register Improving Halo, Caroline Hale, L.ynmn M. Hale !onci OF NCIIOOI : ;:
Mrs W. W. Packham here Sun- Dyal. ter several days Illness. I., M. Hale William I 10. Hale Levine 1'10'11 :1.:1"1'10'1'11\sULIUt"
telle Mott and Albert Leo ; tale and I
Crosby, Way Mary Wolf Cora K. }
I Miss Hazel Thomas spent Tues Remember services at Corinth to all portion claiming by, under or Tty the power" vested 'in 11,.
Clifford Hazen Lewltt Parker II. //h
day.Mr.. and Mrs John Adkins of day night near Brooker with Miss church next Saturday night and through them or either of them. Hoard ot I'uhllc instruct" ',i lirA'
Resale Colsen Ovid Lewis, Ever- And to allpersons. firms and .corporatlonH ford County Fluridn. 111'1., '"n ,
Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. Erma Stokes. ette W. rT. Weeks, J. B. Sunday by Pastor C. A. Crosby. I whose name, renldonce or .n election. 10 be held. Iu Ih.rh.alb..
Galney, houses
John Jordan and children of Blue Mrs. W. M. Hodges of Brooker place| of business IK unknown to In Vanderbilt 1I..llh, II or/
Frnacla, Wilson Russ and Winfred complainant that ore Interextril In HI..lnl Slprlnl Tax 'ho..1" 1J1'lrlr/
Pond were visiting at the home of spent the last part of this week Hazen Death of \\'. II. Norman or who may claim title to those In determine whether nr" I Iho.,

:S. R Swindell Sunday hare with her sister, Mrs. J. W. certain parcels of land lying and shall conxolldafe, to elect Ihi'" ''r..
Lewis. It was indeed with Had hearts being In llrmlfoid county, State of teen and determine, the mllliiK,, ,,'.,
Mr, and Mrs. J J. Zeigler and Florida known and deHcillied RH fixxeNHed, for the ensuing t I', ,
daughter, Rhoda and Ruth, were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Polk of Announcements when early Friday night, February follows: Northeast quarter of for said ronxolliUted duti, Vb,.I",
Brooker was in our section one day "Stunt the 3 news spread throughout our com Northvant 'Iu..rler| of Ninth wentquarter xhoulil he romiolliiiited' ..
visiting Mr. Zelgler sister, Mrs night" aponsoted by The Nnrlh' hnlf of Smith- For the purpose' or lioldl Ills,
I John Sullivan at Waldo Sunday last week. Ninth Grade of the Brooker JunIor munity that death had claimed east Northeast qiiaitfr ;- etertlonn/ Hellbron. nixttl I 4?:V''i I
oIU1J; 'ih.t : N I>.
W. H. Norman who had reached quarter AUMI
W. F. Sibley and C. A. Young. Mrs. Bill Hines and children of High School will be an eventof Just Commencing at Northeast corner of Clemonii and'ClovelMutt arcagqllm I

blood were attending the funeralof Starke are visiting her mother, Friday night, February 22, Ad- sixty years of age. Northwest quarter of Northeast. eI, | ,

Elam Gllsson at McRae Sunday Mrs. S. L. Prescott. mission five and ten cents. Everybody He, for years, had been a faithful runrWestfFourthu ndred tNlver(405)Fifty ) election For the In pitrpone Rising' of IMII'Jc.t hnldiu., :No ?,

afteinoon. Mr. and Mrs J, B. Thomas were Is asked to attend member of Corinth Baptist thence Houth Nine bundled" n M. Cloxhy, 13. c. Lewis .1. J p vl1
attending to business In Starke The Baccalaureate Sermon will Chuich. Ho was a kind father and "Seven, (1)57)) feet thenco 1SnstFour man and J//. H. Lewis are MI'III.IIIIO/| | ,

.... .. spending a few days In DeLand. Friday afternoon. be delivered Sunday afternoon, brother and a good neighbor and theme hundred North 'Nine Five hundred<40B) KlftvMuven feet: election. For the In purpose Vanderbilt of holding District!,< T,

Vegetation has been practically FI'ed Shaw was visiting friends February 24, three p. m. in the friend. He was strictly honest In (987) feet to point of beKlnnlntr lo' "-,1" Norman, S. W Wbltehil
i Five J. C.
Section Twenty
being In Yaibrough, and NiiinJ
L. L
at a stand still for several weeks and relatives In LaCrosse this :school auditorium by Rev. Lyle of ill his dealings with hU fellow .. Five (5> South, are appointed /

but the lovely shower of the past week-end. the Lawtey Baptist Church. man. Mr. Norman manifested lOunge Twenty One (21) KaHtOKI3ETINU Nand election to he held 'r','('.o.i
I and each or you March
few days has caused an Improve- Fred Hazen of Brooker was In The graduation exercises for the great faith In God. He often In- are hei.*.by notified: You that you are W. C, Manning the Uth Chahmnn 1936

48 ment in pastures, gardens and or- our section Saturday. Ninth Grade of the Brooker Jr vited his brethren In the church to I, made party defendant to a suit by A. J. IRIKH-m.

chards. Strawberry shipments Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dyal of Graham High School will be held iu the come and pray with him. that W. Hoi that'ace he Norman l IN the, owner who alleges of IMP 2- Sea and Co "",.t..t.86t38.

HARDWARE CO. continue, and fruit shows only spent Sunday here with her school auditorium Friday night, At the age of twenty-one he was fee xlmple title thereto and PHAYS!

slight damages.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis March 1. L. F.._Chapman, Supt.of married to Miss Mary Glisson who a title decree and removing forever clearing clouds, and quieting con- OTICR or Appi.ir' t''''''1

A Ilrnnch of BaIrd Hdw. Co. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, of the State Farm will deliver the after a few years passed on leaving fhmlnir the title In Maid lauds to FOR'I'.,'" ....:..:u

OalnrnvUle8TAKKE Pine lias Park, but formerly of our Heilbronn Springs commencement ajdrewa.Pemonuto him together with four children, complainant:, void Thereby any and annulllnur all) cliilmx.and 1 i.N9T.IClP C. B Johnalhnldeerlof/ MU(

FLORIDA town are the happy parents of a Miss Thelnm Khoden, Cor. -, three of whom still survive him. rl''tht.r title or interest of any kind tlflcate No. 398, 5th day of Tux H, nil
k new daughter, who arrived. January He later married Mrs. Easter o and all pel'norm, firma and ber. A. D. 1833. ha. filed ,
I corporation tltlcate' In orel'e made"
my natal
the 28th. Mr. and Mr C. C. Melvin and Griffis. NOW THnilKFOnK: You plication for tax deed
ti ANNUAL FISHING Mrs. Minnie Johns who has been children of Brooker, were here Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gulney at- Besides his widow, he leaves his or you named or not named nknown on In accordance vlth to Ixxue then,
tended church services at Union or unknown absent congealed. non.resident certificate embracex folinwi
"I CONTEST suffering from a severe attack of the !,
sisters Mrs.
Sunday visiting her children, Mrs. Jinnle Jones, of or otherwise and all per- described property situated InI. ,
FEIt. 15th to SEPT. 15th. Influenza, has a host of friends Stella Rhoden and Mrs. D. L. Kite.O. Church Sunday.Rev. Maxvllle Fla.; Mrs. Lue Powers fionx, firms I and corporatlomi clalm ford County Florida, to-wlt: R'
held Inn or having an Interest ,In said lion of East
G. B. McGauley Half of
here who to know reg. North
are delighted J. and Shine Mott of ,Brooker and Mack Norman both of Starke; laudM h<>vein dencilbed ai.e hereby Quarter of Southeast
i4 Inrliwlve-1933RULES I that her health Is improving. ular church services' at the Bap- ordered and required to South Quarter I hi):'
passed through our section Satur- one sister, Mrs. Florrie Wills and appear In of Htarke & MlddlebiirK Pi,
.. tist Church here Sunday. aid cause to the bill of complaint lie Road Section it
---+ Township
day morning enroute to the State one brother, J. E. Norman, both of xo exhibited RKMlnxt you on Mon- Month, Mange 22 East, ,
Mrs. S. H. Ritch of contalnlni
Adequate all-Florida tourist sur- Farm. spent part Starke. dny the Fourth day of March A. D. "erns.
contestants must last week here of her 1015, otherwise the allegations The
I. All register ag guest o BHKexxment of
before flih U cnnght In or. vey this summer a possibility, reports Mrs. Mary Kite and Billie Kite The Rev. C. A. Crosby conduct. said bill of complaint will be taken under the xald cert 1 If I..ate xald Ixxued'prunm:
and Mrs. Li. A. i
State Chamber of Commerce of Jacksonville were here Saturdayand parents Mr. ed the funeral services the following an confexxod and a decree ot thin In the name of J. A. Howe
to enter catch
,44 der to be eligible Brown. court will be rendered against you. Unless said certificate
Sunday visiting her son and at the and burIal The lh'adford shall hen
day grave County Telegraph, deemed according to law
tax d
Fish must be with D. L. Kite.A Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and a nenrxnaper published 1 at Starke will
3 2. caught daughter, Mr. and Mrs. was In the Dyal Cemetery.BOATDRAIN Issue thereon on the 16th, 6
Rod and Reel. crowd attended the children attended the Birthday Bradford county Florida In hereby of March A. J). I9SB
Send $1. very large designated a. the newspaper In Dated thin 13th., day of Feuru'
j chicken supper given at the homeof Dinner at the home of his mother, I which thin notice hall be published A. U. 1935.I .
8. Tackle must be purchased once a week for four consecutiveweeks.
Mrs. Mrs. Enoch Mott at Heilbronn A. J. THOMAS
Ed Clemons Wednesday i
Mr. and -
( from Bradford Hardware Co. for the 1 .
next ft months of Clerk of Circuit Court
Springs last Sunday. l\Il'It. Z. Z. Griffin, WITNESS my hand Clerk and
night. All reported a very CorrespondentMr. aa rBradford County, Flurldi
.. Fl h must be weighed on THEATLANTIC nice time. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and ''the Bradford seal of the 'Ircult Court of ,-,.- .
Bradford Hardware scales. and Miss Pauline Howard Thelma daughters, Lucile and Betty Jo, and Mrs. Julius Kowatze I day of January A. D. 1936. the 26.

", left for abort time for dl.pl..y. MONTIILY and Mae Rhoden, Beatrice Under pent part of 'lant week with and Arlla Vastine, and Eva Par- A.Clerk J. THOMAS.circuit outwit. OF PI'IILICtTloAT)
friends and relatives in Jacksonville.1 ish 'of Jacksonville weer visiting Court NOTICES TO APPB.\K

hill Clarence and Owen Rho- County Florida .
3. Only' Fresh Water Black r I cnRwsford IH h..by..lven to Mirt(
; A. S.
Howard.-all: Mr. and Mrs......Luther Griffis Sun. D.j Woott.wJf.. Harriett N. 01
i .tto..* ors,Trout cad be entered. Iii den and O>J.- attended ; Solicitor for Complainant. ott
MAKE: the most of your read- church at Long.Bridge Sunday Mr.. and Mrs. 'L. 'J. Wynn and day. l-l-Ot-a-1 -<('ana..t., whom.,.. New place York of,that rexldehi-the *Feral ,
8. No Individual can win hours. Enjoy the wit, night. Mr. and Mrs. Will McEver of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Griffis were Ijiiid Bank of Columbia a mlporatlon.
a' more than one MA.TKH'11 SALE ban filed Bill of foil
prize. Hampton spent Sunday here as visiting Mr. and Mrs K. L. Grlf a
the wisdom
companionship, Miss Pauline Green was a business NOTICE In hereby given that plaint against you In the flraf
I 7. In ease of a tie flllh will the charm that have made the visitor to Jacksonville one guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.. E. McKinney fie Sunday. and by virtue of a Final DecreeI under Court of Bradford County Flout}
Arch Prevatt made a business Foreclosure made and rendered In Chancery to foreclose a MiiijS,
lit ruled In order ATLANTIC
caught. .for five last week.
day by the Honoiable A V.. Adklnit, Judge gage covering the followlnitxcrlbed d.
years, America's most quoted Miss Reba Greene spent Satur- Mrs. A. J. Pinholster Is spend- trip to Jacksonville last week-end "'the circuit Com of the 26th land lying and bring

PRIZES and most cherished magazine. day and Sunday in Starke the ing this week with friends and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis of Clay judicial"I l Bradford Circuit County of Florida, In Chancery In and! Bradford Beginning County.at the Florida Northeast to-uli rnr-][

,relatives In Jacksonville. County was visiting Mr. and Mrs. dated ner of SW% ot NEW of a beollnn, I
bt Prize"' In Merchandlne.$5.00 guest of her cousin, Hazel Johns. January 2lxt. 19(5: In that
t 2nd Prize In Merchandlne...$2.00 Send $1 (mentioning this ad) Mr. and Mrs.' A. E. McKinney Arch Prevatt Thursday certain cause therein lately pendI" 22. Township 6 South. RnnKt !!l
between The Federal Land Hank Hen, thence run West id ill i
IIr" Prize In Mrn>handl.e.,$1.OO to Florida's first fat stock show and son, Everette were attendingto Misses Dorothy and Eunice Grlf of Columbia. Plaintiff, and D E rods thence. South 60 r..d>.|

Judges A.. O., Andrew II. C. Thetltmtlc Monthly scheduled for Jacksonville March business In Gainesville Satur- fls of Clay County were visiting, Knight and wife et al Defendants thence line West 53 1-3 rods to wen
the of said
and II. V. their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. iimlerxliriied, who wax therein quarter seitlc.nf
Knight. appointed. thence South rod lo[
5-6 beef In-
8 Arlington St., Boston boosting State's cattle day.Miss ax Special Master In Chan. twenty
Mary Godwin, who spent Zenas Grlffls, Thursday and Friday rlyi. to execute the Conic. will on South line of said quarter Her L
dustry. Monday, the 4th day of March 1936. inn; thence Kant 80 rods tt Fnftl
the past few weeks here as guestof during the legal. hours of mile. be.' line of said quarter, sci'dun f
her cousin Mies Louise Sur- Mrs. E.. E. Lee was visiting her f"re,1,11" tourt H on Me door In Starke, thence. North 80 rod to point.f II)
Florida, Cell to the beginning West 3-4 of :NW.I; /.
highest and bent
a; rency, has returned to her homeIn son-in-law and daughter, Mr.; and bidder' for each, the following de- of SK',4 of Section 22, Townvhifl
OFYOURFAVORITE Adel Georgia. Mrs. Arch Prevatt last Thursday Htrlbed lands xltuate, lying I and I.e- 5 South Range 23 East and rue f
lug III Iliadfoid. taming AO 1 I..>.. I
County Florida to- acres more tit
wl Miss Ida Fay>Webb, who spent Albert Griffls made a business wit: T/-II : you and<1 each

last week heer'I as guest of her trip to Gainesville last Thursday.. The Snutheaxt quarter, of 'the you REFORII, Notice nn l h'
Northwext iiiarter and the East by required to Appear to thr a
ousin, Miss Louise Webb, has returned -
half of the Southwest quarter of Bill of Complaint no filed anal
to her home in Jacksonville SAXTON the! Northwest quarter l of Section you on the lot day of April I 1)1
8.1.: Township e South at the Court House In -Stui'k.H, ;
... Mr. W. A, Tyler, Correspondent ]tango 22 East. containing fid Ida; otherwise, a Decree Prr C, 1
acrex, more or less lasso will he entered against )<
GUM BRANCH W. with the Hppnrttmaixen. Said sale and each of you, for failure 1
MAGAZINESAND R. Swanbom returned to Ft to be innilo pursuant to p"Rr.
said Decree -
Miss Elizabeth Iliirnnge Cor. Myers last week after spending a to ff'i55xphfi same and ooxt. IT IS ORDERED that Illlt Nol'
YMAN. be published once a week fur b< tconaecutlva
few days here with his family. As linnlf. I
dish SpeeIHl
M"r in Chancery week In the
Miss Mary spent Mr. and Mm. J. C. Dixon and 1.25at2.HO'1'ICE County Telegraph a newmw1!
THIS NEWSPAPER-I FULL YEAR Neck-end with Louise Sapp. having general clrciilntlon In llr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler attended :\
ford .
R. Johns and Frl- AIl't.KTIOV: !
family spent church at the home of John FOB 'I'\X DFF:11NOTICE : This oJu6n
1f You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer :Jay night with Mr. and Mrs H. H. Spence Sunday afternoon. IS HEREBY QIVFV A.'J.Clerk' THOMAS Circuit Court,

Keene. Rev and Mrs. E. L. Hicks spent That h6 P. hlatheney' holder ot TM1No. I Bradford County, riiirM|
4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Certificate 39, Issued
nti'u Newspaper Lewis Harris of Union County, last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. "-- ----- -- --8th day 222822 _
.ipent Saturday with J. S. Supp M. Norman of Rising section. --

J. A. W. H. Carter and
Mrs ,J. M Griffls was a visitorto
W. C. Clemons made a business FUNERAL DIRECTORS
this section Wednesday.

y; Pick Pick trip to Jacksonville Saturday afternoon B. Starling attended the funeralof our Many Yearn Experience Make It Possible for U. to Ilenuer

Mrs Ort, Gallons at Bell,. Fla., EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reddish were

lines] dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Wednesday. MODERATE PRICES
WagazineiStltCT S. Sapp Sunday. Mrs W. A. Tyler was visiting DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
15 her mother, Mrs O. L. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs.'' A. J. Yarbrough, Tuesday. STARKE.. FLORIDA

Mrs E. E. Yarbrough and Mrs W.
O. T. Nelson made a business
R. Kersey werethe guests of Mr.
trip to Starke Friday.Mr. .
OHt and Mra. H. H..Keene Saturday.
and Mra. B. Batten In
1 / Mr and Mra. L; A. Crosby and were

s! MAGAZINES sons, Jimmie and Carl, were the Starke Monday. 1| for Expert RepairingSmith's

/ ..oa.r+w.-eta c S DICTOf/w 8=7 '- ......" guests of Mr. and Mrs T. N. Nor-

DDa..alor ..............1T tLOStwoalA CT11. ........."....lYa man Sunday. IF YOUR

by C)1IcJCaIl'. ................11:. o / t74yi' cJo...... .1IaI.e..1 Yr. children Mr. and of Mrs the 'State J. F. Shaw and

I IQ twseJdy)......11:1.: tl a A........ p Farm were
QrefefladM rwriaYr.O visiting relatives |

pl.t 1.1 1'd"'.... ......'Ii.:: .N f :gf B ar"wuJ.. / ... ....:: Yr: Sunday.Mrs. In this section BREATH HASA Garage

.... (Jo ...... oc..u.w---......... Yr. Ellen Johnson was the din-

i 00.-or-: r' ....,..s-.......--- CPr ''try MfH/1NDIg 1k gt CoooI .........................1 Yr. i ner guest of Mrs. J. N. Norman Phone 120
{' ABoWQ ............,1r.: f* a R_ a..a. ......1 Yr. Sunday.Mr. SMELL YOU

.. Sport *............,1:1.: r lp[ a H_...... ....,I Ye and Mrs. Ottls of
t Sltow to** sIF > Wastr .....1 Yr.o Morgan
........ ,.. 8 rid IfecJaa Plant Wrecker Service Day.or Night
'S wodol. City, spent .the week-end
8.y' womaa'Household MaflMtae.a ....1Tn.: YOU PREFER 0MOx "' '..H- ,::......1 Te with her parent Mr. and Mrs. W, CAN'T FEEL WELL I

Q ,uecnft ... .........Tt9- YOU MAY CHOOSE o. ...,.,......I Yr. C. demons. '

,' ,U.. -\eaI .w: ...t..a Tlfc: 00 "W7.... .; nd1wJ ''....:.'..:.11!.. Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish and Win we ant too ...... oar food d.-,ieor I
ALL ........
"" __ ..r.o children i Our fel..d..tos.a tbIIJ THIS
-apeci. ............tY2a [JAe 's W lei .... .....1 Yr.C1MaII were visiting Mr.; and Mrs.J. de.ey -.. .... of seta ... all It COUPON GOOD'FOR 25 .CENTSAT
FROM CROUP-2 gUW S. Sapp Sunday afternoonJ. _4 ""-10., ws fw the
..(CIJ solos of thb
} I... a.c. ll..yd? IIr wwr. : y a D. Dobbs Jr., of Ralford, was I.e.p W .ear .... -br.- It scar r -
eo..v..r.tt. j sad r ..... fee say1hla..
visiting J. A. Harnage and famIly wtrl _. ... ... ........Y........., CANOVA PHARMAC.YSTARKE

G......... Title ." ..., USE THIS ANDY OH.>Kn BLAMK Monday. ...... wk.a w. tmt too ...... av kilt
TODAY I L. H. Hill of am 't dLoM h. wh.1.U ... Mo JuU.1
Lawtey was a business h Ie tile r.1 vthol ...rdw JaIaa is

Our MfMtftiMiit with. tie. piiUitUn. CA.cA *A. /o ir ....,.. M. of...r. cnof r.li., Oaf visitor In 'this section Tiies- I -br.- ear Uai.r' a pier,,.., M,sat ....... ..o4.. Present this Coupon and 73c and receive one full sli $1.00 botch!!
ow. representative .nl961a M to Mky __ IfA Jw. oW.. Fill oof cea,.on cv./tiC / lay morning. :' ... = ., .dq = of
Ht I Y S.1 .r ... ..... .. I. .... .. I
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"** ew1 AM ...
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tk i, re..fltaW. h it ftricdyflucrwiUcd o. .ec ,',- This d.o.p sa. .
GInI' 9.eI1 r+..,..... ... ....... Florida in 1935 employs more Industrial ,- bale .err da J--- California Stomach Tablets ,

nd *H wb/aipttoas will 'be than agricultural work ..... ........ awl t..1r..r .
.kraal a'a" I.... ......, r- fed .... wYw./ Recommended for Ulcerated Stomach Dyspepsia, Heartburn
+ pcowpuy* w you ACC .. pw_ ere. 142,000 as against 139000. ....... .... .
4 seat' "'Mbcrib to any of tM .. S-.. ....D- --... Get .. tile o..e. Acid Dyspepsia Gassiness and Indigestion |
I A hundred :- ': t:' TII-t- Sold on an absolute guarantee. If in *
q zlnn titlN will bet .tc..d.d. Toe.o.d krr. Virginians from tit.. l.rea 1.5 not satisfied with results ]
Shenandoah Valley to tour Florida, -.- r-.w.d : do.11.y ...1IiI,: days, return to us and money will be refunded. '

QUOTATIONS OH MAGAZINES NOT LISTED I SENT ON REQUEST' S SI February going South 27. returning from Jacksonville via Lake I M.....-r.car...b t.et.'ptaM. t.h.ri.r..dp.Mk. d.....c.nws..p.). MFL wd.r.14r UUY CALIFORNIA- TAB .ETCO.: .

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City. ... .. "OI"' LOS ArGELESy

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Personalities ACTIVITIES PLANNED I I brary "The Story of Shirley Tem EEZLEUVlI'EEJLEJe)[ II

---- Esther Carrett Is back In school. ProfeMMirtt of Knowledge I I

nigh School JournalSTAFF l] Bonnie L 'e Ford Various activities have been She had been out because of hav- Dear Profs: ,I

Bonnie Lee was born In Bneads! planned for B. H. S. during All ing the "flu." We hud a Valentine I have a question that I bet will

Florida June *5, 1916, and attended Florida Mobllizaton Week from box. stump even yourselves. What was !

.. school first at Greenwood Fla. February 23 to March 2. This This week la "Know Florida Bet- the great squabble of 1850 '
----- --- -- Liking variety she has attended might be called "Know Florida ter." We are getting pictures of Yours truly, "

Grammar Chapel Sophomores Give several schools since; Lovedale Better" Week since Its purpose is Florida. A W. Anderson ::1

Central Malone and last but riot to advertise Florida, within the Sara Barefoot, Reporter.

II ior. rJltor-In-Chiet.Dorotby./n-Chlef.------ Robert Snpp Is Held ThursdayVery Chapel Program least Starke. She is the daughter state and throughout the nation. -.- Dear A W.Nothing ;:

" Chapman of Mr. anti Mrs W, J. Ford The Industrial Geography stu- Firth Grade New.
Btockwell '
prary ElItorA.Editor--Irma. W. Anderson Jr.iVtv Good Program Is Given By Kiddie Club Number la and Is now living at Lawtey. Durtag dents have made a number of at- Mlwi Kuiilo: Perkins, Teacher stumps the great and ''I
rIB known Professors Beezlebum and
/ Editor.--.._._Louise Snyder. Miss Lily McRaVB Room Given all the years of school she has tractive posters on Florida Industries ,'\
Sidney r Tweedledum. In 1850 Stephln A.
.Srmlnment Editor .. A W rAnddereun grown to be five feet, has brown products scenery etc., as a Othma Haynes has been absent
. :? Jr. Elementary Chapel was I In The High School Chapel last Friday hair brown eyes and a medium special project. from school several days on account Mtiglliig' and Abraham B. Cadillac, jl
, and Flem.. Hepor'terJ of the Tenth of IHncHs. We hope ho will famous men of this time, went to ;
nArY Fratwes: Cudmun charge of Miss Lily McRae's was In charge dark complexion.. She bus a "bon- Another interesting feature of
room Thursday, February It, anda Grade (Miss Fernandez'' section),. nie" disposition and likes all this all Florida Program will be soon be well again. the concert. They both quarreled -
as to what the orchestra wa
good program was given. A song "Glory of Washington" sports typing and biology Her We received n letter from BlllleMarwlck.
BYES the planting of class trees and the said the .
playing. Stephln It was
The chapel started off by all the sung by all and directed by Mrs dislikes are few but among them erection of bird houses on the who has moved to Ohio. '
t has been said that although Wall first the As our English lesson Friday we Springtime Melody. Abraham 1
children singing a song "The was on program. are history and bookkeeping. Bonnie .
school Each class to '
a stoical frozens campus. claimed it was the Crooner's -
, face retains This followed the Lord' each wrote her a letter,
Morning Prayer. This was followed was by Lee Is planning to take a
choose a tree to be planted and
, the eyes windows of the The Fourth and Fifth Grades are They both argued back und
by the Lord's Prayer and the Prayer and Flag Salute. course in beautician work and we
each tree will be planted under the
il, In one glance could reveal Then number I having a one act play about Florida forth, until Stephtn, now hot under
Flag Salute. a very good was hope that our looks may profit b)
direction a landscape gardener.
to hide. If the collar mild "There is ,
a sign
the face was Next was a number by Charles presented Kiddie Club. This it. this week so we are busy practicing
There will be Interesting studies ;
Important isn't It all over there by the piano, I will go
are so consisted of and numbers It. We are studying
Pender and Lillian Moseley. They: songs and r
of birds wild flowers, fish
minute and there and read what It
rthwhtle to stop a ; Frances Eunice WII- about Florida and we are making over says
at the Lfoettoy
were accompanied piano by FORK most
wild animals and the point i
will tell
I it the
k Into them? llama Arwood Lola Judd product and relief am sure name "
Grace maps.
Mrs. Kincaid. ,, Leecy was born May 26, 1917.This ,. stressed will be conservation of our ,
the musk'
the calculating now being played.
first there are Eula Mae Elizabeth Last Thursday! we had a Valentino -
then read- Dyal Craig,,
Nina a
gave little girl hRS finally reached fast disappearing wild life.
"I must be reads the
to So Stephan over,
> which seem say Mildred Box and each of us receiveda
s Ruby Dampier Katie Fugate. -
aid for all I do." Next cornea ing on" "Famous February Mildred S. the height of five feet six tncheand Teachers and pupils alike are pretty valentine. sign comes back and says "We "
days. A poem "Her Message Brown Hundley, the weight of about 125 looking forward to an Interesting
both In Refrain
which are a
says wrong
, eye Selma Thornton
cynical Reporter.
Edward A
hat children most people are- read by Edna Mae Moseley, follow- Denmark Bagwell pounds Her highest ambition I III and enjoyable week. from Smoking.

lived Kay Carlisle George Morgan to see how many A's sho can receive An attractive program is planned Dlctlonnrlly ,
It until they've through ed.Little Anderson seven Oleta Smith and Hilda Wyrick.A I Honor Hull 7th B.January yours
I have" The dreamy eye is Lyle aged on her report card and to( be for general assembly, February EveKlcbum and Tweedledum. "

at. looks not at you but I then gave a tap dance. He did special number by Charles a nurse. 29, featuring Florida history L, C. Smith. Margaret Pearce
which -
which sees fair visions very well. A piano solo by Sarah Pender and Lillian Moseley was She likes going to picture shows and development, present nt.edsl Margaret Lowry Billy Jackson, '
vone time and all went
at this Dear Profs
given :;
Barefoot followed.
brunette nnd One number
whimsicalIs and Palatka quarreling possibilities. on Doria Crews
fur off lands. The with The second grade now sang well except when Charles fell downon boya and eating. She dislikes:: the program will\ be a pageant entitled A.SENIORS . How could a poor man. like
which laughs -- -- --- -- -'' -'
the one three songs "Will You Be My the encore. Blondes fair weather friends and "Pioneer Days In Florida." Abraham Cadillac, back In 1S3O:
i, not at you. The aloof eye cons Valentine," "Blowing Soap Bubbles The song numbers were accompanied history. This pageant Is to portray the \ TAKE TEACIIKK'S get Into the Opera house, or the a
to others that this persons and "Rain i at the piano by Martele EXAMS Concert Hull ?
Drops. dress
wish to mix with such Leecy has always been willingto homes furniture speech,
not The comeer This concluded the program and Hemingway. The program was do her part in helping the amusements, and other phases of Three of the seniors are tryingto Yours
ble as themselves.from the Gods' the students marched back to their i announced by A. W. Anderson Jr school. pioneer life In Florida.ELEMENTARY make school teachers out ofthemselves. Joe Edwards..
Is a gift
eye After announcements by Mr.
I| Among those takingthe
ch few have. It Is one which --- -
acts-full of promise. Thenre Gray, chapel was Anita 'Wnlmvrlfrht' NEWS teacher's examinations three Dear Joe:

is the eye which is full of GREEN PASTURES Anita Is sixteen years old and days last week were: Melvl Crosby He walked In backward und they

and which is doom- REVIEW OF has auburn hair and large brown Louise Snyder, and Percy Sul- thought he was coming out so
lights .
icing bows First Grade
to look out on life with a eem- Mr. Gray gave an interesting review "DAVID rOPPEKFIELD" eyes. She has reached the heightof Ruby IJIIoy's : livan. The examinations were not they did nut any anything.
This week
whether It Is kind or of "Green Pastures" to the five feet and weighs 100 pounda we are many very difficult In the subjects studIed Dlctlonarlly yours.Dcev.l'bum ,
mirth .
tad 12th A and 12th B English Classes The glory and importance of Anita has a very pleasing disposition things about George Washington.We recently. But those like spelling und Tweedledum.

Last there Is the eye-a livedy last Wednesday. This play por- "David Copperfleld," the Immortal which has won her many have many pictures on the bulletin geography and arithmeticwere .... .
him who has --- -- -
venlr to( its board. We will make pictures -
classic which In photograp-
trays the negroes' conception of by friends. Her greatest ambition III more difficult as they had
sorrows. Cadman. God and the creation of the earth. Ic transcription becomes not only a to! become a bookkeeper. When she of Martha Washington. We not been studied for some time In Frances Cudmant I "How's your

Frances Heaven was pictured as being under masterpiece but the greatest Is in a crowd you hardly know she will make the little hatchet and the school work. InHomnlu? Is It getting any better

the rule of God whose part I screen play ever lifted from the Is there, for she In so quiet cherries too The papers are sent to Tallahassee ?"

A CORRECTION was played by a large Canadian ] pages of a book was shown at the She likes tall people frankness -- to be graded and therefore Dot Marwlck: "I'm worse than

pantomlne "Young Lochin- negro with his devoted Gabriel Florida Theatre recently. It la to watch baseball games and Fourth Grades Mrs. Hart's Room they will have to wait about a ever. I can't even sleep when It's

," was NOT presented on the and many faithful black-faced an- faithful to the original very near chewing gum when she in going to We have a new book in our li- month to know their fate time to get up.THE }

coin birthday chapel programreported gels. Some of the most remark- perfect in its casting and very s picture show. Her dislikes are: _.n__ n

but the pantomine, able Biblical scenes enacted were enjoyable in every minute of Its history red hair, dancing onions, .\

e Boy Lincoln" was. God's advice to Adam and Eve in two hours and ten minutes play- and garlic.

the Garden of Eden God reprovingCain ing.The *w'IOt ter. f'tV; TAM AK. ..
for murdering Abel. Noah length Is enough to frightenthe Louise KiteA I :: { IK.'S....." ,...
film producers but with Hugh V b..e se tY a -rile Ab J nblw. w'ol e1e5p. ..,....\:. .::
.b..Ya building the Ark Moses freeingthe baby girl with large grey eyes Tire.rla.r! I 9pt y.SMeAb, 1 ... YY. .w. uip.d.: P1d.tj.
COLDS Isruelttles crossing the Red Walpole for the task of adaptation. and blonde hair was born to Mr iadtao..SW rbe Mb jpeMMNa.. 't::t.Ttab.5.rea.eT -

Sea. Mr. Gray stated that the acting It Is crammed with Important and Mrs. Lester Kite, In Starke J '

66 FEVER scenery and lighting effectsof events that one would not wish to Fla., on July 7, 1916. Louise hall -.r'

first day "Green Pastures" were carried miss a single minute. It would be !now reached the height of five feet e._. __..v" M"'" ww

HeadachesIn out' unusually well and that the too much to review the whole picture three inches and weighs 115

ALt'E TNhiJ j. In BO Militate play was a great success. and so I need only tell you pounds. She Is very popular amongthe +e i v .
DROPS that It begins with the arrival of school students and

BOOK CLUB MEETS blustering Aunt Betsy upon the younger high set of this county. She i ia Is i "t Ad :w:,,

e i we of David's birth and ends after and has the 1 1I
IN CHAPEL, FRIDAY very worthy student i ig
ed.ed..1d4 many years with that young honor of giving the best current
OOK. The B. H. S. Book Club met last ,
man's marriage to Agnes.All event ever given in the 8th grade g ,. 1
afternoon in the auditorium -
Friday of Dlcken's engaging cnar-
and won third place In the recent \
._' and a program was presented acters are preseit. There 1 is Fred- contest on "The Horizon:' 4\
"r.: .._ to the members present. lie Bartholomew, a handsome t
likes to attend dances parties
PHCfLCSS .UVUMMTMNtor Audrey Carlisle was in charge of English lad with sensitive appreciation She '
.r school ) 1 j i
(especially high
UMMM miflerlnc from the program which consisted of a for the responsibility that I t
on DUOOSNAI and Glee Club. She dislikes drinkIng ,
Ut LOACH report on the book "Seventeen Is his In portraying younger Cop- .
nvsrariu.:\ and nonsportsmanship.Sidney *
'TION. Su. ,
__ Potts STOMACH.A UA1. by Al Kay Carlisle; a report on perfield. His performance Is equaled I

Nlae.H.AST.UItN BAD aagATH.SL.SPLp.Nf CONSTIPATION "Daddy Long Legs. by Katie Fu only by that of Frank LawtonIn Ilershf laid t
OR HEADACHKS. gate; a report on "Little Women"by the role of Copperfleld. the man.
.DUa TO BXCBSS ACID. On the twenty-fourth of March
Frances Ditteau. fortunate to secure two actors ANSWER '
/ar M1/IrwW.Meterla!reA.ua.1..A was born to Mr.
h. 'W 1917 a baby boy was is
ttWe D..Nw, The next meeting will be held so similar In appearance and Hershfleld In New \ .
and Mrs. B.
(lM07t Motor*MOM MO.) t next Friday. All book club members manner for the parts. I
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE are requested to be present. The cast Is suited for their part York City. There Sidney of
reared amid the bright lights
which makes the picture that
Broadway. He came to Florida Viresone !
realistic.All .
much more
five and has made his
years ago ;
In all, it Is a picture to be since.
LEAMINGTON"Miami's winter residence here ever
HOTEL Been-to remembered.. Some of Sidney's likes are the '. "I
Sidney. movies, singing,dancing, summer TIRES are Safest {
Most Popular Hotel"NE -- trips and a certain brunette In

PANTOMINE PLAYLET Lawtey. He dislikes the State

PRESENTED IN CHAPEL Farm cursing, school and T model kV
1st Street at Biscayne One of the best features of the Forda. Sidney Is very prominentand ,

Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay Lincoln s Birthday Chapel pro- excels useful In glee about club the work school.and He in Check over the list of important; if;;::;

gram Tuesday Feb. 12, was a pan- featured you want in a tire. You'll find i '
He still longs
Opposite Union Bus Station omlno: playlet "The Boy Lincoln." chapel programs. 'I '
It Illustrated how he receivedhis tor the "Great White Way" and them all only In Firestone Tire. 1'

education and became the man hopes to go back: some time. I '

Lowest Rates Ever Ouoted he Hugh was. Walters played as Abra- Inez Dfwnpaey Sift out the claims and buy on ;,.j;;

ham linnoln Ivan Sponholtz acted On April 16, 1917 In Live Oak performance. Only one tire stands outFirestone. / '
Florida! a tiny baby girl with redlair
as Abe's father and Eloise Fombythe .
and brown was born to The Masterpiece of Tire :.
Single Room with. Bath _____________.. _______ $1.50 mother. eyes Construction. :
and Mrs. Claude Dempsey
Double Room With Bath ___________________ 2.00 The playlet started Just as the Mr. named Inez. This /
family of the three were finishing who was Dorothy Only Firestone Tires have these I':

ALFRED SIl\IONS.l\Ianager. I supper. As soon as MrJ. Lincoln little girl has reached the heightof fY
construction features that make world
Inches and weighs
cleared off the table Abraham five feet two "" ,

gets out big book and begins to about 100 pounds. She Is a very records,possible!

read by the candle light. After he likeable person, and her her pleasing Gum-Dipiiittft, the patented A ?2ew TUBE THAT /
won many
Now Relieve Your Cold has mother been tries reading to get a long him to time go his to personality rlends. Firestone Extra Process where cotton INCREASES TIRE .",

bed but he pleads until she permits She likes dancing. Ice cream lots absorbs liquid rubber, making a single MIL E AGE I,,

It"For him to read a while longer, and of pretty clothes swimming, dill heat-resisting unit that gives maximum blowout \

''Quick as You Caught again she tries to get him to go to pickles and garlic. She dislikes protection. 'F"1'tstott
his and hemlHtry: "two-faced" people and
bcd but gives in to plea

Amazingly Fast Results goes to bed herself. Finally In the tudylng. .'< Scientific Non-Skid Tread giving: maximum SCAlTYTEUAKPROOrHEAVY ,\

wee small hours the boy Lincoln traction and safety to the winners of the Pike'sPeak DUTY TUBES
Directions TRIP TO
Remember EDUCATION.: ;
alls asleep over his book. Climb for consecutive' sea'.5.air$1.ns.$ .
NT. AfGUSTINE eight years
In These Simple Picture* This playlet was admirably given M .........n..... ..._ 1
A leading in exhaustive tests .., ..1.pl.... t5"aa5. &..II... .
and the stage settings were ex- Monday morning at nine o'clock : university ethe
.. .... ......
method here leo p.r.e .
The simple! pictured ,.....-.. -.
cellent. Mrs. Walls' history class visited proved that this design will stop your car from Ytr..t..11 'h...
the way many doctor now treat *.nll.DM
colds aDd the aches and pains cold the historical. city of St. Augustine 15% to 25% quicker. sis.'as rr..tl.a 37*. TWiktmmnmmtmm .... .
(STAFF CHANGEDSome !. The twenty-four pupils visIted ......... pr.idlaa AlublNT.lq
bring with them I with '."-"" ql
II is recognized as a sale sure changes have been madeIn : ( the old fort, the museum the Drive Championship Performanc :lt"s11..a..75.I."".l.IhkSe.

] M a .X4.11 AeplrM Tetdeta QUICK way. For it will relieve an the Bradford High School Journal old town gates the oldest house In Drive with Firestone. =h,aaa"::::.:ii:J:.mt. .t---.j.' ..: ;

auyen- art tIr sArEa ordinary cold almost as fast as you staff. The new staff Is as follows old America Spanish, the ruins old,slave and the market old cem-the * 1J./ee .. .Ita Vmlr* ./ "__-1_'." "" ADDS 15% TO TIRE MILEAGE '

caught it. : Mtelimnl c.-..,(;,..."._._,.mV.I____.."ftlamIay
Ask your doctor about this. And Edltor-In-Chlef-Dorothy Sapp. etery. Th. pupils were driven by fri.lil.wrV./ 0. c.-"t4Y 11/.,_" A#1..S.., r.....,.. rI

when you buy. be sure that you get Asst. Edltor-ln-Chlef..ooRobert Mr Reddish In the county school .t.
bus from Lawtey. Everybody -- --
a the real BAYER Aspirin Tablet Chapman I
They dissolve (disintegrate) almost Literary Editor____Irma Stockwell a good time. I- ',. ...es'onea 'resoneS'AII' PLUGS

instantly. And thus work almost instantly Ant Literary Edltor..JeHsle Mae -- --
when you take them. And BrannenSports SOCIETY BATTERIES : >.;
for s gargle' Genuine Bayer Aspirin Editor_A.W, Anderson Jr. The girls of the Bachlorettes' I uoubi..58 .
Tablet disintegrate with speed and Joke Editor..__Sidney Hershfleld Club entertained Friday night atthe Built of th. hl s fte.t 1

add a/.r..1 completeness, leaving no irritating Entertainment Editor..*. W. Anderson Woman's Club with a Valentine I /,. quality\ malrrUI against power loos.Ppoclal Y
ie braa tr/ with.the m o t electrode. EACH In Seta ,
particles or grittiness. Jr. t
dance The music was furnIshed fl.
........rn.lldefli..I.1 I.-
BAYER Aspirin prices hay been and Elementary Report- : ;R Wo also carry the
Primary by Russ Russell and his orchestra -
<] .lpm..I. J> y \A: farooaa ... C I I
reduced on all sixes tothere' Cadman un.-p.
decisively r.__Frances from Coral Gables accompanied FIRESTONE $ 37
point now ia acceptingother I .klllellt.or4mrn..111 'r. ; M n s PI u. Eacfi I .I.
no Typists._... lonnl. Lee Ford. by a thirty minute floor BATTERIES face and
\ ..
than the real Bayer article: you Fugate, Vonda Inman Myra Frlnk. I how. Among those attendingwere a//Iowa* py i* B? your nrri'r.I.VIMH Inmrrt f .i>-r*i?.<..d..bl.lIo1. J FOR Sf ,! t
'i want. Comedy Section..Blake Jackson : Dorothy Sapp Lillian Stern- -_. -...- _. -

Joe Edwardsoclety berg, Mignon Son\ Louise Snyder -

NOW Edltor.___.Loulae Snyder Wary Lucille.,Torode. Martha
The staff was changed because Powell and Elizabeth Holllngs-
some of the members of the old worth Joe Edwards, Charles fender NEW DEAL SERVICE STATION i ii

15* staff have moved away or uninterested Raymond Plummer. James

In journalistic work. Holliagsworth and Ed Torode. :

.-a..GeMoMe........... We are sure the new staff will j Miss Louise Snyder spent Saturday .
-5- MAs1.y.rtt.r/ All .... prove highly satisfactory In Jacksonville shopping. HUBERT PRIEST, Mgr. (




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: Mr. Terry Honored Mrs. Sauls Entertains Music Club Changes Jacksonville are visiting!: relativesand class barber shop In th- ;

With Birthday PartyMrs. Honoring NiecqMrs. Date Of :MeetingThe friends here this week. next to the post office bull9q

Mrs J. M. Reddish and daughter Mrs Pearl
/ 3oijctyjrl J. J, Terry, was hostess to a : A, F. Sauls was hostess to Fortnightly' Music Club will Miss Elva Lee, were shoppingIn ter. Gene Shuman and daug..
number of her friends last Friday a number of her friends Friday meet next Thursday evening Feb- Jacksonville Monday. relatives In spent the Week .ndlj, ;'

evening at the home of her parents night at her home on Cherry ruary 28, at seven-thirty at the L H. Hill, Jr., who Is attend- Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. James Lambe, Street complimenting her niece Presbyterian Manse. ing University of Georgia, at Ath- D. W. Moore of Jack onvll1e. E
she entertained In honor of Albert Miller of visiting at the home I
when Mrs. H. Spring The program on Church Music ens, Ga., spent the week-end at ol ,
her husband whose birthday anniversary -, ville. La, who has been her guest will be under the direction of Mr his home here. cnts, Mayor and Mrs J. ;a if"
Smith Entertains Starke League Entertains was that date. f&r the past two weeks. Donald MacQueen and Mr. JohnH. Miss Abble Harley who is em- Saturday and Sunday *"''

',q Friends At Party Garfield Evans UnionThe Valentine decorations were used The evening s' spent In pleas- Powell. ployed in Starke spent the week Richard Thede who Is 1,

1'14 Miss Doshla Smith entertained Garfield Evans League Un- effectively In the living room of ant conversation: Home made end at her home here. the University of Florida Bttendilj.

A few of her friends Saturday ion composed of the Starke, Wal- this home where four tables. of candy was served'during the eve-. Washington Birthday Party Prof and Mrs. W, L. Beacon Gainesville spent the week-ead/ iJ
1 \ do, Hawthorn Oranke Creek and bridge players spent a most enJoy- ning and at a late hour refreshments were shopping in Jacksonville Sat- his home here.
tnight at the home of her parents, Melrose Epworth Leagues was entertained able evening. The high prizes of fancy: : wafers and hot There will be a Washington urday. -

'L Mr and Mrs. Hogan Smith at by the Starke League were awarded to Miss Florence chocolate were served by the hostess Birthday Party at the Club House Robert DInkins of Jacksonvillewas --

J'Y Sampson City.Outdoor last Thursday evening. Wood and Charles Carlton and the assisted by her sister-in-law this evening (Friday) at eight a visitor here Saturday.Mr. HELP KIDNEYS
,to and Indoor games were Mrs. B.' S. Mrs. L. D. Green. o'clock sponsored by the Woman'a
The brief devotional and business low prizes went, to and Mrs. J. C., Prevatt and
.1'; enjoyed during the evening and at meeting was held at the Johns and N. N. Prpvatt.' Homemade ,About fifteen ladles were Invitedto Missionary Society of the Metho- children relatives in IP your kidneys function bony

::: a late hour Miss Smith served her Church after which the members candles were served throughout meet Mrs." Miller. dist Church, for the benefit of a Plant City were and visiting Orlando Saturdayand back and.with you ,have attack a of lame, acblllj
delicious refreshments of and at late houra :. fund to paint the local parsonage. dialog
guests assembled at the Woman's Club the evening a Sunday. ?, ,, burning, scanty or too tl'eqllflt
cake and punch. for a social period.On refreshment course was served Birthday DinnerAt Receiving will be George ,and Mr.. and Mrs M. F. Brown, of urination getting up et n
About twelve young folks enjoyed entering the auditorium by Mrs, Terry assisted by her sisters Heilbronn SpringsMrs. Martha Washington. There will Tampa were visiting Mr. Brown's swollen feet and ankles, rheumutlpains

t this lovely affair with Miss where the guests were entertained Mlsse Patricia and Audrey be music fun and refreshments. parents, Dr. and Mrs O. W. Brown use Doan't !pm.
'. Smith. a valentine was pinned- on each Lambe. Mary Mott entertained anumner Guests requestod to come In Colonial here Saturday and Sunday. Doan't are especially for pmy,
of friends and relatives ata costumed, but if more conven- functioning kidneys. Hilliest
guest, the valentine having a num- Mr. received love- If
Terry many Mr and Mrs. B. E. Reddish of boxes are used
> Boys and Girls Wo'ri7CClub ber on it by which each guest ly gifts from his friends. Those Invited birthday dinner Sunday. The occasion ient dress in, the present day Jacksonville! were visiting rela- are recommended every the country year ore!

t found his partner for the' evening.A to share this occasion, with being 'her eightieth mile- mode. Everybody Invited. Ad- tives here Sunday. Are your neo.l>ort
All and
boys girls through thirteen and 20 cents.
stone. mission 10
short program was given as Mr. and Mrs. Terry were: Mr. and L. A.
Pringle of Keystone
l of are Invited to att -
years age Follows: Piano solo Mrs. Florence Mrs. N. N. Pievatt Mr. and Mrs Guests began to arrive at 8:30: ( Heights this week first DOAN'S PILLS*
opened a
tend the World Club, held each
Brown; Song, "Three Little Pigs" B. S. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and the house'and yard were fill Baptist W. M. U. MeetsThe -
t Tuesday afternoon at three-thirty
[Wanda Pearce; Two clever readIngs Imbach Mr. and Mrs. James ed before 12:00.: '
at the
p. m. Methodist Church. business and program
"Negro Woman At The Telephone Lambe, Mrs William Morris Mrs Music was furnished by friends
Come and learn what do. r
we of W. U.
the M.
," and a short skit from the J. H.. Klnlaw Misses Florence from Brooker and Lake Butler. meeting Baptist Freshly Roasted! Freshly Ground!
r. Wanda Fay Whltfleld I r book "Mias Minerva and William :Wood, Audrey and Patricia A bountiful'dinner was servedIn was held at the church Monday afternoon -

r.;' Reporter. ,Green Hill," by Miss! Hazel Middle- 'Lambg and Charles Carlton. the yard at 1:30: with a large with thirty members

,"j -. ... . ... d ,. r" I ton; Piano solo, Tommy Ritch; birthday cake beat:.Pg. eighty can- present. COFFEE
Playlet, entitled "Who'll Be My dles in the center of the table, Mrs. Mrs A. M. Darby, president of

.t Valentine" by Virginia Fugate and Billy Wainwright HonoredAt Mott was the recipient of many the W. M. U. led the devotional 8 O'clock Ked Circle Itoknr t "

RITZ THEATRE Al Kay Carlisle; Piano solo, "Lar- Theatre Party Here gifts. and the Bible study topic was "A Mild-Mellow Full Bodied "Wlney"Ib.19clb.23clb.27c
abe que" by Juanita Barefoot. The Invited guests were friends Good Report Through Faith." The
STARKK, FLORIDA Following the program refresh- Little Billy Wainwright son'of and relatives of Mrs. Mott. program was in charge of Circle tlra+INate

ments were served in the Sun Par- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Two with Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader. ,es+
PROGRAMBEGINNING lor of the club. of Jacksonville, was honored at a Baptist Circle Notice The program topic was "Lift-

i FRIDAY -- theatre party here last Saturday .iJ Ing the Banner In our own land." WHERE EfAttOMY RUItS
W.. afternoon his The Three of the Baptist
.1 On F. S. C. Honor Roll the occasion being Mrs. Powell was assisted on the
sixth W. M. U. will meet next Monday
birthday anniversary.
Included among the 309 studentsat February 29 Instead of the first program by Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Mrs. DIXIE CRYSTAL-Flnent. Granulated
FRIDAY, FEB. 22ND The fifteen little boy friends Invited Annie Richard Mrs. R. L,
Florida State College for Women Kemp
in March, account of
Monday on
,Jr "Red Morning"Steffi making the honor roll for the to share this happy occasion the week of prayer which begins 1\rtss Ethel Moore and Mrs. E C. SUGAR 5 Ib. cloth bag 25c|
first semester of the current term with Billy, joined the honoree'atthe Priest. Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn sang
T;:y DUII*-Bruce Cabot on that date, and all Circle members -
was Miss Lois Long of Starke, and home of his grandparents. Mr i are urged to bear this In two solos, "The Star Spangled .
1't Miss Margaret Dodd of Keystone and Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Sr., mind. banner" and the W. M. U. song FANCY BLUE ROSE-Whole Grain -
SATURDAY. FEB. 23RD. and from there went: to the Ritz
for the Out The Ban-
Heights according to a news release year "Fling
Circle One will meet at the home
"Star Packer" this week from the News Theatre where they enjoyed the ner." RICE
5 Lbs.
x" V matinee program. the of Mrs. W. J. Following
John Bureau of the College. Ruth Courtney and Mrs. J. W. Edwards It was decided to hold the Cir-
{; Wayne, show they were, served refreshments ,
This is Miss Dodd's senior cle this _. _.
a year assistant hostesses Cir- meetings coming Mondayon -- ---
I as: ;
':;; at the college. Miss Long, daughter of Ice cream and cake at the cle Two will be entertained by account of the week of prayer FINEST SHORTENING Scoco 1-lb. Ctn. 4-lb Ctn. 8-lb. (.tn.
'i! SUN.-MON., FEB: 24-25 of Mrs. F. H ,Long Is a fresh- Wainwright home which was beautifully Mrs. George B. ..Flynn and Mrs. which begins the first Monday In -

,' "Enchanted April" man. I with quantities decorated of for'seasonal"the occasion flow. Dave Silcox at the home of Mrs. March. COMPOUND 14c I 55c$1.05 |

Sllcox; Circle ,Three will meet at *
: 'Ann Frank ers. The embossed
v Harding- Morgan beautfully
r the home of Mrs..F. F. Flume with W. C. T. U. Observe
Also You'll find birthday cake on which stood:the
Mrs. Flume and Mrs. E. M. Thomas PILLSBURY'S "BEST"FLOUR
';. \ (: NEWS AND COMEDY We serve* to eat six small candles was cut and hostesses.. fiftieth AnniversaryThe
!! served to the guests. as ,.... .
,..tl' Are naturallyJust .." ." W. C. T. U. entertained Friday -

i TUES.-WED.. FEB. 26-Z7: bard to beat, The young honoree was the recipient Baptist Church Has afternoon at the home of Mrs.
of many lovely gifts from J. W. White the occasion being
: "Lottery Lover"Pat his little friends. Annual Business Meeting the fiftieth anniversary of the Wo 6-lb. Suck -12-lu. sack '4.lb.8u'k
(We're better cooks than poets
,rt- PnttorHon-Lew Ayres -- The annual roll call and business man's Christian Temperance UnionIn
but 31c 59c
:R. anyway the Idea.you) get-y' OPEN'DAY AND NIGHT meeting was held at the First Baptist .Starke; also honoring Frances $1.15SPECIAL
Church last' Wednesday eve E.! Willard whose death occurred
'i'f'i'' ,THUKS.-FRI: FEB. 28-MAR. 1 ning, Feb. 13. f thirty- even years ago this month. LOW

"Girl In Danger" HALL'S PLACE HALESON The meeting opened with a short The large living rooms were PRICES ON DEL MONTE HIGH FOODS QUALITY

1;' devotional service led by the pastor charmingly decorated with calendulas .
., Ralph. BellamY-8hlrlt."Y Grey the Rev. C. B Price. The busIness azaleas, narcissi roses and I
"' .Near: Seaboard Station ROAD THIRTEEN .. : DelMonte PEACHES 2 No. 2/ cans 35c I
.", session opened\ with the clerk, yellow jassamlne arranged in bas-
;i'; .-'- F. O. Peterson tiling the church kets and vases, and a large pictureof DelMonte Pineapple cr'h'd 2 no.'2 cans 29c

yn oil., Reports the following Frances! E. Willard occupied'a
'a!, !' S 7- I. '. '. committees we're frpm.given with L. O. conspicuous 'p1 ce. DelMonte.PEARS: Bartlett! 2 No. 2 cans 29c

; Powell giving church report; An Interesting program was oPened :- DelMonte Fruit Cocktail, No 1'cahs> 29c

'!J.... Has' Ethel Moore the' Woman's by a talk by Mrs. Fred A, DelMonte '
.. Asparagus Tips 2 Picnic c'ns 25c [
\ Missionary Union; Jerry Moore the Scott. who was 'followed by Miss
B. Y. P,. U.; and A. J. Thomas the Florence Wood reading the 148 -

Sunday School report.. All of these Psalm and offering prayer; Mrs FRESH FRUIT AND'VEGETABLES

i reports were very interesting'especially O. E. Stansbury read a sketch of h .

NEW FORDil V. Sa the Sunday School report the life of Miss Willard and little APPLES. Fancy Cooking' or New IRISH POTATOES. lb. 3o

; given; by Mr. Thomas, who stated Miss Geraldine Silcox recited a Eating Wlneeap Lb. So. Fresh Green STRINGLESSAPPLES'

, I .\ 11.! Tjtj ''t' that during the past year three temperance pledge composed by Delicious, d oz. SOoLEMONS BEANS' Lb. lOc I
+ t Wr new classes had been added to the Frances Willard when .she was a LETTUCE Head Bo
I.I Fancy doz. 19o
; ,! school and that the fourth class child. CELERY Stalk 9c
1 ., GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida, FRESH CARROTS 2 for lie
\ was being formed and would be Mrs. J.: W. White gave a short Each __________________ 4e BELL PEPPERS, S for lOc I
holding classes within a month'stime history of the W. C. T. U. during
,l1f" ", and In general told of the ,
,)# '- the past fifty years the facts beIng -
; ,/v,,, ;RP'r'SdOL''ra? ." .. ni growth of the Sunday School and gathered from the minutes of
,.i1. "k.gp., .. 0"f ( the interest being manifested In the ganlzation. Mrs. J. T. NUCOA Pound' .21c

: the work. The,VW> M. U, had an Quigley read a beautiful letter

:i!: i" (' excellent report :and told of the from Mrs. Emily Philips, a charter the '
"Try of
growth of the society and the a package new Nurnn made from pure whole pun-
member of the organization who
teurized milk and finest
.J L4Xb4t the vegetable oIlH. Compare It with 'the
accomplished during past
;;; now lives In Sanford. A song entitled cooking and baking fats you are now using. If In every way'
f Mr. Moore In giving the
: year.
"Pleading" ,was sung by you are not delighted with the new Nucoa and do not find It
'r; ,.P. XJ report told of the growth Virginia Anderson Hazel Fields, moro fJ< it'r' f the-B. Y, P. U.'s, the work done Oveda and Oleitha ;Thomas accompanied of the new Nucoa. with your name and address to us, mid
'.'iIi by these young folks during the by Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. we will give you DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK."

'past year and" that' an adult union "What W. C. T. U. Means," was

.{ \ would be organized within the near recited by little Miss Hazel Fields.A MANDY OLD FASHIONED

future. chart of pictures of great tem MEAL'
f. The nominating committee appointed perance characters was explainedby 5 Lb. 12c

' by the church to recommend Mrs. Scott who was followedby WINNER ROCK GROUND

.". officers for the year of 1933 Virginia Anderson singing GRITS 5 Lbs. 15c

.\:$ submitted the following report: "Thinking of Others,' and the in IONA TOMATOES
3 No. 2 25c
Church Officers: Trustees, A. M. structive program was closed Mrs cans,

f, Darby II. L. Brownlee, W. J. Ep- W. E. Daugherty offering a pray. COLD STREAM PINK

:,.. tc' person L. O."'Powtell. Ray New- er, SALMONCan lOc
Wall and A. J. Thomas -
ome, H G.
The hostess, assisted by Mrs. O. BEANS 5c
', Treasurer, J. F. Klckllter; Navy, Lb. ,
W White Mrs.' Scott and Miss WHITE HOUSE
Anderson Choir
Clerk Mrs. Eva ;
director, John H. Powell; Pianist, Olive Ray served daintily appoint. EVAP. MILK Tall Can 6c
ed sweet course of brick cream and
\J Lii Mrs: Levy Canova; Assistant pianist IONA BRAND-Tender sweet white
pound cake, the favor on each
.l Mrs. E. L, Biggs; Sunday
School Officers .and ,Teachers: S. plate being Chinese sacred lilies No. 2 Cans 23c
tied with white ribbon. ENCORE PREPARED
S. Superintendent, A.. J. Thomas; ._
Adult Teacher. C. B. ,Price Mrs. -0- SPAGHETTI 2 Cans 15c

I A. M.. Darby, Mrs. L. A. Canova; LA JVTEY HEINZ (Except Clam Chowder)
; Senior Teacher Mrs. R.. A. Thomas O. J. Phillip.. C............ SOUP
<4: : 2 Cans 25c |
: ", ;: Intermediate Teachers; Mrs. R.
p L. Kemp. Mrs Richard Kidd and New Water Pump FANCY SANTA CLARA 70 to 80 to a pound
Fairbanks-Morse At Co.. of Jack- PRUNES
!Irs. L.. O. Powell: Junior Teachers 4LbsT 25c
The Car Without Miss: Ethel Moore and Hugh sonville are this week installingthe BROOMS 29c [
Experiments Walters; Primary Teachers Mrs. latest type of typhoon water Cleansweep Each
pa at the school
pump house to care
O. J. Griff, Miss Eunice Perkins;
:i for the needs of the school buildingand GRANDMOTHER'S
.- Beginners and Cradle Roll teachers -Fresh. Plant or Sliced
j .
Mrs. C. B. >Price, Miss Doris grounds.
THERE'S never any doubt about value when .... j Sllcox Secretary Miss Frances -
.;..JoiI4 ,. ; BREAD

,you buy a Ford car. You know it's all right See the:nearest* Jt Hemingway Brownlee; Librarian.; Treasurer, J. F,, Klcklier H. L.- rain Rain that Beneficial'The fell here last week

ti' or Henry Ford wouldn't put it out. One thing FORD DEALER ; Pianist. Mrs. Eva Anderson was very beneficial to growers In "-<<1.. loaf 18-oz. loaf S4-os. loaf Wh. Wheat Cr. Wheat

that never changes is his policy of dependable, for a V8demonttratlonj, W.. M.M.Darby U. Officers; Secretary.: President Miss Ethel Mrs.A. -. of planting great their benefit early to the crops strawberrycrop. and was 6c 8c lOc 8c 8c

transportation at low cost. 11' ". I Moore; Treasurer. Mrs. G. W'I Small shipments go forward .
Y. dally from the local platform.
Alderman Intermediate B. P.
4 a That's the biggest feature of the New Ford. *. ; U. Leader; Mrs. R, A. Thomas; Junior Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish of IONA-With Pork and Tomato Sauce-18-os. cars ,

l NEW FORD 1S' B. Y. P. U. Leader Miss Ethel Webster were visiting here Sun- S for 8 for 21 i for
The reliability and of its engine"1
economy. .
_S-AND Moore; Baptist Training Union day.Mrs. BEANS
'7 have been proved on the road by upwards of COMMERCIAL r General Officers:C: General Director Melvin Futch spent the 13c 35c :$1.03

Jerry Moore; General Secre- week-end with relatives in Gaines-
1,400,000 motorists. Owner cost records show CARS ALSO ON tary. Mrs. Jerry 'Moore. ville. 7-OZ. FKO. SPAGHETTI or S for 8 for :** for

definitely that the Ford V-8 is the moat DISPLAY. The Church Clerk reported the Mrs. James O. Godwin and Miss MACARONI

.1 i Ford built. following additions to the church: Toby Dunbar of the State Firm 13c 35c $1.03
economical -
car ever
Baptism. 12; Letter 26; Statement were visitors here Sunday.Bill .

; 2, Awaiting baptism, 2 and Harrell and Billie Edwards! AP DELICIOUS PURE CONCORD

number waiting for their church were business visitors to New .
'//r FORD MOTOR COMPANY! ,_ letters 5; losses by letter 1. York City last week. GRAPE JUICE, Pte bot 1c.Qc

I Following the business meeting The Rev and'"Mrs, James Lyle ;
a social hour was enjoyed when were visiting Jacksonville Mon- -
.. _. ... .
.q f r the committees from the V'{. M.",U'I' day. THE GREAT ATLANTIC &: PACIFIC TEA"COMPANt4
served refreshments. Mr. and Mra. Vernon Rowe of

rMi'I, (" r".J" 'J'.."...". 'I T ."" ."' o'"' ''':''''''':\:;='''

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Paul Knight, a student at the Mr. and Mrs Paul Snyder of I KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMra. Misses Arnlta Ogden and Gertrude vHouHcr

University of Florida, spent last NAT SEZ: Ashland, Ky., left Wednesday fora T. II. llrmvrr, C'rrmi.,nilrn< .
week here at the home of his parents tour of South Florida after a .
Bits Col. and Mra. D. K Knight, Well several days visit here the guests Mrs D E, Pangbom unit Mrs. Recent arrival at Keystone! Inn '
today Is Washington'sbirthday Include Mrs Eva! L, DeArment
of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bcasley at H. R. Lawrence entertained with a '
Pear and even If he hadn't I Mr. and Mrs. W. H Mlnum, Mrs. '
daughter of their residence on Walnut Street. surprise shower in honor of :Mrs. '1
have crossed the Delaware W. I. Bates and Mr B. |
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Peace. has been we C. Wesley Larson on Thursday af-
would still have of Meadvllle, Pa, and L.
Local Nev confined to the Gill hospital for Louis H. Hill, Jr., who Is a student ternoon at the home of Mrs. Pang- Mrs L
to of
celebrate Terry East Aurora, N Y.
the past week with scarlet fever. at the University of Geor&la.at born. After a number of Interest-
honor of the
onT ,
Athens, who spent the week- ing games had been played little end Mrs. Mcrwyn Shryockand
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Laaone, ly man who la end at his home in Lawtey, was Miss Patty Graham presented Mrs. two children have taken a

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. Fannie Mason and Dirk Ma- never alleged told to a have lle. visiting friends here Saturday aft Larson with the many lovely gifts. house house here for the remain.der
son, of Jacksonville, were visiting ernoon. The hostesses, assisted. by Mrs. of the season.
friends here Friday afternoon. I often wondee II ) -- .. Pangborn'a mother, Mrs. wing, Harry KIncaid and Al Kinder

what George Dr. O L. Haynes and daughterand served refreshments Invited to left recently for Pittsburgh and
did in his
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu spent spare son, Miss Sara Hope and Oth- attend were Mrs. F. E.. Carr Mrs. Meadvllle, Pa. .
time between '
II. Biggs of Lawtey, was a Mrs K. G. Duncan and Mrs. O. J. Sunday In Jacksonville visiting Mr. battles. ma, Jr., spent the week-end In F.ugene: Heiberger, Mrs. August Dr Bruce Gamble had returned
|tor here Tuesday afternoon. Griffis were visitors to Jacksonville Andreu's brother-in-law and sister, that a Fairburn Georgia. They were accompanied Wetnnuui, Mra. D. O. Stewart, Mrs. from Meadvllle, Pa- I

Saturday., Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Wainwright. he sure didn't thing play home by Mrs. Haynes Clyde Pungborn, Mrs. Ewing, Mrs.J. -,--_._,- .-..---
Ilss Rhoda Thomas, of Jackson- and daughter. Georgia who had Russell Hall, Mrs. T. R. Dem-
was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sandersonand Mrs. Walter Glatxau and son, bridge, golf or, spent the past six weeks there at' cry, Mra. John Bird, Mrs. Ella Specials Through
because If he had-well
fishing ,
Bobby, returned to their home In go bedside Bird, :Mrs. J. D..
baby, of Brooker, were visitors the of Mrs. Haynes' brother Mowry :Mrs. Wm.
how did that fish March
L. Johns of New River, was here Saturday D Land after spending several big last you week say ? was Frank McLarln, who Is slow Pierce Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. G. E. P,
ending to business here Tues- days with Mr and Mrs. Wilbur A. you caught ly convalescing from a serious illness Wiggins Mrs. Ellen Wiggins, Guaranteed PermanentWAVES .;
They there Is( a time and a
Mr Helen Wiggins of Keystone Scott. say Mrs. J. H. IlouHer, Mrs. W,.H. Ogden -
place for all things, and that might
Heights, was a visitor here Wed- :Mrs. J. Edwin Larson and
include a fish story that is doctored Two for
Smith of Sampson nesday afternoon. Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe has returned Mrs. C Weinman of Jacksonville .$5.00 i
tfrs. Hogan
with little WILLIAM M. PRINULK
after- to her home In Savannah, Ga, up a exaggeration Mrs. Emery Graham and "
here Shampoo Wave
visitor Monday Finger
B a but there Is another time when 1 William M. Pringle, 70. died at
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews of after a two weeks visit here with Mrs Mary Mack of Miami, Mrs. I
n. stick strictly to facts, and that his home in Jacksonville Tuesday Manicure 50c
Lake Butler, were visitors here her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fred Sprowor, Mrs. Cudman, Mrs. J JLEILA'S
Is In these little weekly article after a brief illness Mr. Prlngle
Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Smith. J. A. Rupert, Mm. Agnes Lawrence i
G. W. Saxon of ,
Y, and Hamp-
; when I discuss prices and the val- was' a native of Nassau County,
Mrs Frank Meirlll, Mrs. J,
were business visitors here ties of my merchunse with you. It where he spent most of his life. BEAUTY i!
Nathan Prevatt and Mrs. O Miss Lois Adklns a student at I Belle Lawrence, Mrs. E. A, Smith SALON.:0
nday. .
to advertise, but it wouldn'tpay Funeral services were held at
E. Stansbury, were visitors to the State Woman's College, spent' pays Verdle Mrs Lee UOHH! Mrs. Elmer Case, ------ 'I1
I unless the.tuU, were truthful Cemetery at 1 o'clock Wed-
llchard Tbede. .of Lawtey, was Jacksonville ,S turdlY.Mr. !, the week-end here at the home ofher' George and'I agree on that ne-xilyn afternoon, with the Rev. M. __ ...._ft \1 :
parents, :Judge and Mrs. A. Z. I
friends here during the
tong .
C, Reynolds, officiating
>k-end. .. D. W. Kelly and daughter, Adkinn. DRUID LL The Best \ i
Miss Loree of New River, were Pallbearers were: R. L.. G. M,

|flan Lubedla Ptnholster, of visitors here Saturday. Mr: and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman SO Inch SIIICEIINO T. R, \V, O, H. W. and H:. Prlngle. Blue Ribbon of :"
He la survived' by five ,
oker, was a visitor here Monday who have been residing in Jacksonville lOc Yd.
moon. Jimmy Doyle of Ocala was a for some time, have recently MIR Kate Pringle, Mrs. LulaHodges Beer
week-end guest at the. home of moved back to their home on East Hapgrade OverallsThe and Mrs Fannie Hornsby, The Better Beers "
all of Jacksonville
Mrs Jennie
fho W. C. T, U. meets Friday at Mrs Miriam Klckliter. Call Street. .. ;
ltc t Prlngle, McRae Ca., and Mrs Ed- 'f
usual hour with Mrs. O. E. ON DRAFT and IN BOTTLES
Insbury.firs. Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbroo $1.50SPRING na Thompson of Olustee; a son, C.

Butler, was a professional visitor and son of Lake City, were guests A. Prlngle of Lawtey; two sisters, Kitty's Lunch Pioneer Service t yrs
Mrs, Molllo ,
Howard und Mrs. Ma-
T, W. Shuler of the Statem here Monday afternoon. during the week-end of Mrs. Habrook'a COATS
was a visitor here Wotmes- parents loll', and Mrs W, \\\hll and Plaid tilda Davis, of Verdie; a brother, (SINCLAIR:' "SERVICE Station
B. D. Pringle, Bi'Icevllle. thirty-two STATION) R. J. ANDICKUH.: .IK.
L. Andrews.
afternoon. Mrs! Charles F; Ward of Plant
$10SWAGGER grandchildren and nineteen great. 228 TI'mlh0.. Mile\ N. of Court llniute
City, Is the guest of her parents, --- '
frs. A. B. Williams is able to Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. S. F. Geiger and son, Zane, I grandchildren.

[out again after being confinedher and A. L. Geiger of Green Cove SUITSFor .... ', _h ,,' .
.. .. .1 f'
( home for the past two Mrs. Glen G Searing and children Springs, were here Wednesday Spring J! ,

eka with a severe case of Influ- spent several days last week morning visiting Mr. and Mrs $6.95 NAVY FANCY
a. i with relatives in Jacksonville. Charles Imbach.Mr. 1

I Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent the and Mrs. Buddington-Bake Men's Work Shoes BEANSPound TIP TOP

week-end in Tampa the guest of of Green Cove, Springs, were i In Leather Holes

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. Starke Sunday visiting Mr and $1.49And
MAKE UP A PARTY- Mrs. J. W. Morgan and Mr. and _ 5cIILACKEY'ED

Come To JacksonvilleSEE Co), H. O. Brown and 'daughter, Mrs. W. L. Wall other to vuliuw mention.too numerous _____ 1 r

Miss Iris, of Lake Butler, were GROCERY
AND HEAR visitors here Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright

and children of Jacksonville, spent STERNBERG'SFlorida
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholster, the week-end here with Mr. Wain PEAS NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE :

IVINCENTLOPEZ of Lake City, were visitors to wrlght's parents Mr and Mrs. N. Starke;

Starke last Thursday afternoon. D. Wainwright, Sr. Pound 6c Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22 and 23
Mr. and Mra C. L. Stockwelland

H. M. Wasdln and W. McEverof Mrs H..L. Brownlee and daughter daughter, Mary Lorraine, and
Graham, were attending to bus Madge,. and Col. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and .Ground On (A.,,\\:_ter Mill PEARL GRlTSSIBsT 25c

iness here. Wednesday afternoon. E. Futch, spent Saturday in Jack daughter, Ida Lula and Marjorie, \
eonville, where they visited Rev were in Palatka Sunday where MEAL .
Favorite Radio, Screen and Mrs. Hulda Corpening spent and Mrs. M. C. Stith. they visited the Ravine Gardens. FLORIDA

Stage Star Wednesday at Hugh visiting her CANE SYRUP Gal. 50c
parents. Mr..and Mrs.. T. A. Brinson. Frow Strickland, a student at Miss Eatelle kendrick: will 8 Lbs. 25c :
IN I Stetson University DeLand, spent spend the weekend In Gainesville

I the week-end with his parents, Mr, the guest of ".Ir. and Mrs. Jack COMPOUND
PERSQNWITH Mr; and Mrs. S. G. Lewis spent and Mrs. A. S. Strickland',.at their. Bell Miss Kbndrick will attend MILK 3 Tall Cans 18c 1 <<:
: Sunday afternoon"Itt Hastings visiting home at Kingsley Lake. the R. O. T"te", Military ball at 4 LARD

.. \ their niece, Mrs.-:W,,H. Bal- the University-of. Florida Friday
illS:ORIGINAL lard. '; Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum night, COCOA 1 Lb. Can lOc t i

I and little daughter, Idell, have returned -
HOTEL ST. REGIS ORCHESTRA Mrs. G. W. Alderman and from a visit In Inverness Miss Eva Rlgdon accompaniedby Lbs. 55c ,

AND ENTER- daughter. Mrs. L. A. Canova visited with. Mr.', Landrum's parents, Mr Miss Marian have Bennell of Baltl FRESH GROUND MATCHES: 2 Pk 15c ;
TAINERSDIRECTROM friends In Lake Butler Sundayafternoon. and Mrs. J. A., Landrum.Mr. more. Md., spent the past ten !S.
days in St. Petersburg, the guests

[ TilE BEAUTIFUL and Mrs. C. S.. McCormick of Miss Rlgdon's) brotherinlawand

[CLUB DEAUVILLE IN Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins and of St. Charles, HI, are spending Corbett.sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.. L 2LbOFFEE TOMATOES 3 No. 2 cans 25c I

little daughter, Peggy Ann were several days here with Mr. and
MIAMI. Mrs. John enroute to Miami 25c
to Jacksonville Monday Uglow
visitors .
Rev. end Mr Laurie G. Ray of FANCY DRIED
-ON THE SCREEN- afternoon.Mr. for a several weeks stay. Fernandina, are announcing the MAXWELlTlIOUHECOFFEE

arrival of a daughter, Janet Patsy, PEACHESFANCY 2 Lbs. 25c
"THE GOOD and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and lit-I Mr. and Mrs. George-W. Thomas on Sunday, February 10 in a Jack-

FAIRY"With tle daughter. Shirley Jean,. spent Mrs. L. W. Klckliter, Mrs Calvin sonville hospital. Friends here of ,
the week-end with relatives In Johns and B. F. Glasgow, were Rev and Mrs. Ray will be pleased nitlRDPRUNES

MARGARET SULLIVAN ,Lake City. vIsitors Palatka to Sunday the Ravine afternoon Gardens at to offer congratulations. Pound 30c 2 Lbs. 15c ;

HERBERT MARSHALLSAT.SUN. Mrs. J._ L. Peek and daughter, Mrs. W. L. Powell of Florence
Miss Clara. Louise, have. returned B. F. Glasgow left Monday for S. C., and ,Mrs. C. L. Railey, of

from a visit with relatives. In West his home In Paragould, Arkansas, Sumpter, S, C-,..Mrs., W. L. .Rodgers BEST
Palm Beach.. after a several weeks visit herewith of Pembroke, N. C., and Mrs. POTATOES IRISH 10 Lbs. 11

Feb. 23rd24thLORI his son-in-law and daughter J. E. Terry of Shubutta Miss.,

Mrs.. S. T. Dell and daughter, Mr and Mrs Calvin Johns have been recent' guests of Mrs.

Miss Olive, of Gainesville, were Hulda Corpening at her home on
tJD AJACK80NVI1..LE. here Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs SEED SEED I Walnut Street. BEAUTIFUL GOLDEN RIPE

Jos. E. Wilson. See us. for nil kinds of seed rom.lte.1 I I. BANANAS 4 Lbs. 19c TIP TOP MARKET
BllMn Potatoes Bcnim, Ford-
A. E. Wall. Jr,, a student at the ,
FLA. Mrs. Sam T. Dell and Mrs. Lee hooks Velvet Beans, CM. Runner University of Georgia at Athens, WKSTKItN:

Graham, of Gainesville spent Wednesday Peanuts Ruwiuinee Stores. spent the week-end here at the

with Mrs. Dell's sister, Mrs, home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. Large LETTUCE, Ea. 9c CHUCK ROAST Lb. 18c
J. M. BrownleeJ. Circle Three of the Baptist W. and Mra. W. L. Wall. He was accompanied .
M. U. has recently purchased some tq, Sfarke, by George Large CELERY Ea. 9c FWIiIDALarge .
W. Townsend president of shrubbery for the pustorlum Haygood, also a atudent at the I .

;ENT A WORD the Farmer's and Dealer's Bank of. grounds, which of these adds greatly grounds.Mr .to the University, who spent the week- LEMONS. doz. 15c ROUND STEAK, Lb.. ,2c'Tender'Snap ( ''

Lake Butler, was a prominent vise.Itor appearance end here as his guest. KLOKIDV _

COLUMN here Friday. --- Beans lb. lOcFANCY'WINEMAP'
ano Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarezare C.-S. Wlnaton-Salem ,
Lindsay, pf BEEFROASUk: 15c
.Elmer McMillan of.Phlladelphia, receiving congratulations on North Carolina joined his wife and .
n RENT-Furnished or unfur- Pa., spent several days here last the arrival of a daughter, on daughter here Sunday for a week's : HI'KCIAL: : ,
hecl rooms at 327 West Call St. week with his 'grandmother, Mrs. Thursday February 14, at St. Vin visit with "Lindsay's( brother '
H. H. 2t cent's Hospital Jacksonville APPLES Dozen ; 20c PICNIC UAMSJ Ib. 18c
Young. H. D. Hemingway. ... and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. .
P, 'Mrs. and
Carpenter. Lindsay
GOOD variety of garden and Misses Hazel Adklns Annie Mae ,
Mrs. Blanche Chambers and son. daughter have spent the past two
field seeds, also Cole Planter Pearce, Rosalind Jacobs and Mar-
of Jacksonville, were visitors here months here with Mr. and Mrs. FANCY YELLOW PORK SHOULDER Ibl7c
fertilizer distributors. Stock tra Powell will attend the R.,O.
enroute to Brooker for a and will
Monday Carpenter Mr.
T. C., Military ball at the University accompany
> remedies. Berry cups ONIONS Lb. 5cAITR
visit with relatives.R. Lindsay home.
-4t crates at White's. Store. .of Florida, Gainesville, tonight ...:..--- ; Breakfast Bacon lb. 32c

L Geiger of Green CoveSprings Mr.\. and Mrs. J. M; Brownies and ,
R SALE-Grocery store and owner of Rachel's Shoppe, Mrs. T. A. Brinson and daughter Mrs. S. E. Brownlee will upend Friday GRAPEFRUIT 1'lOf 2 CANVF.HTEUN:

Blllng station. Delco light was looking after business Inter- Miss Patsy, of Hugh, were here the In Gainesville visiting Mr. and .
ut, counter and shelves and two ests bere Wednesday first of the week visiting Mrs. Mrs. S. T. Dell and will attend the JUICE 1 lOc BEEF STEW Lb. l lOc

[ boxes. Price $1200. Cook and Brlnxon's two daughters. Mrs. Hul- dress parade of the R. O. T. C. ,

B. Road 13, Starke, Fla. Mrs. E. A. McDowell, of Lake da Corpening and Mrs. Charley E. which takes place that afternoonIn
-2t,. Butler was in Starke Saturday visiting Johns the University City. Milton i

her son-in-law and daughter,, Brownlee, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. BALLARD'S TABLE TALK Plain or Self-Rising
PALLING CARDS, any size, Mr. and Mrs O. J. Griffia. Mrs. Charles F. Ward Mrs. L. 1. M. Brownlee has recently been ,
for BO; J1.0O for 100. ,Mono- ..- E. Deudon and Mrs. R. T. Bell appointed a Lieutenant Colonel In 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 21 LBS.
med stationery 100 sheets Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Carpenterand spent Monday In Jacksonville visIting the R. O. T, C. and Is In commandof
100 envelopes, 43.73.: Bradford little daughter, of Jacksonville Mrs Ward's brother-in-law the 'Infantry. regiment.
knty Telegraph. Phone 29. tf.I spent the week-end here and' and slater, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.. Mc ----- FLOUR 25c 45c 87cTEA

I HAVE near Starke a nice up- at Brooker with relatives.. Dowell. STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS

ght piano, slightly used and
Jy" paid for, will sell for bal- Mr. and Mrs. R. S Johns of Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Imbach tftKH Till :Zee Tl:"T'

.due on terms of $500 Lake Butler, were here Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan N.. Pre- t... Juniper oil;;nuchu lour**, .'o.,
th. .Address Cable Piano Co., afternoon visiting Mrs. Johns' parents vatt were visitors to Daytona to flush out .*c*>a* scids) and want '/ lb. 21c SANIFLUSH 1 lOc LYE 2 l 15c
Mr. and.Mrs. W, H. Green. Beach cans
[E. Bay St., Jacksonville,. Fla. I Sunday where they viewed I matter. let rid' *>t bladder lrrlt- ,
I, I Sir Malcolm Campbell's famous tloa that ratif." wahlna' up, ,/!.. 5
Mrs. H. B. McLendon returned ruing car. "The Bluebird." En- unt dmtr. mrnnlr. flour burning( WHOLE GRAIN
FICE SUPPLIES: Typewrite Sunday from Tampa where shewas route they visited the Ravine Gardens and. barkacho. lie/ Juniper nil Bu- SUGAR OCTAGON SOAP et

.adding machine ribbons the guest for several days of at Palatka., chu leaven,..tc., li),.,lltel trrn tab, RICElO POWDERS '
D',.paper typewriter paper Dr. and Mrs.- E. O. 'Mansker and I.t. ...U... Duket. .tbe bladder lax.ativi. .or
machine' paper second: Mr. and Un.I'c., C. Hoppe.:' WhileIn More clothespin) are manufac- In four day If not pleanedo
on ,sal at the Bradfordy that, city Mrs McLendon.. tired, la Jofont eUer. Vt.. than In i back and get your '1"'. Get your Lbs. 49c 5 Lbs. 21c_ 5 For. ::10c l
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I Hints To Housewives Mm. L. G......... Correnpondtnt MIAMI-Senator Hayes Lew

last ; ; from Jackson County, tocou!",
A birthday party was given
with several others
I Weekly from Home Demonstration Tuesday night at the home of Mr .; LIVE NEWSNews dieted and arrested for who was b

FARMERS SECTION Specialist. Tallahassee and Mrs. E. E. Yarborougb In honor in Miami, has made a five humiS
of their Cbarnle's birthday. "
dollar bond for his
Games were enjoyed until a late of Florida in Short Paragraphs appearanceTi
Demonstration Agents convening the
Conducted by ; next
that hour when the guests were then invited i term ?
Possibly there In nothing the Circuit Court in Dade
Into the dining room where
gives more comfort, and Is more Among those Indicted
needed for food saving than refrigeration two beautiful birthday cakes cen- were !lie
"WIIA Lucy Thomas
: -- Margraw
tered the table. Charnle's holding u
There are all kinds of
her husband, Thomas G..
" eighteen tiny pink candles and C. ASK HUGE FUND and iw f
refrigerators on the market: Ice, SEEDLINGS SOLD ator Lewis, each of whom
New Cowpea electric oil burning, and Iceless. E. Crawford's held twenty-five TALLAHASSEE-The Florida pre- were b
dieted on charges of
RURAL to ask the Federal Govern-
candles. Refreshments were serv- pared operating
More Than Old In general; the better you treat I
Hay Forest Service reported It has sold gambling room in the
for for
ed to the guests and all departedat ment $30,759,000 improvements McCrj.
COMMON SENSE refrigerators the better they nerve than forest tree
more 1,000,000 swank deauvllle
casino in
State >
In to
Varieties is a late hour reporting a fine governmental propertiesand Mian
If the home refrigerator
you. seedlings for planting: during the Beach.
records, If the new work
" By SPUDS JOHNSON to give'you the maximum of efficiency time.Mrs. current season. The trees were pro- .

GAINESVILLE-A new varietyof it must receive intelligentcare R.. N. Crawford, Misses raised at the new state nurserynear gram advocated by President -

cowpea, the Suwannee, which Is suited to Its construction and Martha and Effie Crawford Rob- Olustee. Roosevelt Is authorized by Con GOOD SIGN
,: FAIRS HAVE PROVED much better hay producer than Crawford and Luther gress. This would be in addition to JACKSONVILLEAn ,
a the work required of it. ert and A. J. India|
'j, CROP old varieties has been amounts that will be sought for tlon of returning
of the Chism attended the
i SPEEDY IN FLORIDA any It Is extremely difficult to estimate party givenat RECOVERING prosperity b
Introduced Into Florida by the cost of the home of Miss leva Hllllard public Improvements by counties, shown In a comparison of bulldln.
tr u State Experiment Station and the the operating any In Woodlawn Saturday night. WEST PALM BEACH All cities and districts and by the permits Issued in Florida in 193!
unless conditions !
: Mullet in the spring and sweet of Ag- type of refrigerator twelve hospital patients are re- State Road Department and other 1933 from
United States Department as against fgureg
in the fall were given by are standardized. VariationsIn Alben Nolan Marietta was a mad,
lit potatoes ported covering: from Injuries received -
j riculture. Agronomists at the pubic ths week by the State Chanber
early settlers of Florida as rea1 the cost of operation may be visitor here Saturday afternoon. when the section section of
to of Commerce.
Station expecting
are The
i sons why they could survive famIne periment of seed to due to personal difference In meth- Quite a few from here attended the Florida Special New York to report cm
amounts returns from
' storm and war. In supply ods of work of the operator dif MASTODON'S REMAINS ers sixty-two cltl .
pestilence, scattered the funeral of little Melton Miami express train, ran throughan
than 1,000 farmers and shows permits for
more modern times a greatly increased more for test ference In the price of ice or en- Sapp at the Sapp Cemetery last open draw bridge at Jupiter SANFORD State Geologist 1934 total
Florida plant
1 diversity of products has throughout ergy in various localities, in refrigerator Saturday eighteen miles north of here. Herman Gunter of Tallahassee has ling $17,052,088 while in 19Ithe'same

helped the people of the state ings this spring. construction materials, completed arrangements for the cities reported a total r
L. and chil-
Mrs. Thompson
a quickly to overcome calamities and In the Experiment Station'splant in temperature maintained, and in purchase of a number of masto- only $9,4"1(374.35. Commenting!
dren spent Sunday at Lawtey theguest TO ASK CHANGES
introduction garden at on the report Director Grasaflek!
losses. climatic conditions. don bones found in the bed of the '
lA', of of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TAMPA-The legislature In said "These
\ Gainesville and on the grounds Weklva River here some weeks ago. figures are more eloquent
f. When the December freezes Some of the differences due to R. C. Grlffls. April will be asked to amend election
the branch station at Quincy this Tho collection already removed than any words our publlcilt
": f came In 1934, a well-known author methods of work are frequency of laws candidates -
RuEaell so eachparty's
of Mr. and Mrs. Redding feel the
has produced yields department might
new t
r from the river includes a head urge
for the winter near doors of hot foods,
was sojourning opening will be listed thus "
hay from twenty-five to fifty per and baby of Evergreen were visIting -I separately, about 100 the utter.
weighing pounds
I'lt\ In Manatee County. freezing of desserts amount of
Bradenton, cent larger than have been returned her mother;/ Mrs. Jean Gas- I facilitating a straight ticket vote .
bone several bones ribs
pelvis leg ,
i. Letters from him to his home-town foods stored, and so forth. It Is and constitutional amendments -
9 other variety. Such com- kins Saturday. proposed
by I vertebra and other evidences of
New York state an matter to place and remove LOOKS LIKE CAPITAL
newspaper, up easy be listed
1'y: as Iron, Bhab- I will on the
described the severity of the monly grown peas several containers of supplies bal-I the huge creature that roamed MIAMI-Sun hunting in Floridi
lot time Instead of
one only
ham Red Ripper, Whippoorwill -
;"' cold and outlined the damage It have been I from the refrigerator at one openIng I this area about 10,000 years ago Is becoming more and more popular -
and others com-
, had done. After just a few weeks, of the door. Allowing the door Airs. O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentRev. with national leaders and UN\ '
'; the writer sent the editor another pared of a refrigerator to remain open TRAIN TAKES DIVE past week the lobby of the Mian
W. T. McGuire of Starke,
The board of
)[ communication, telling of what In addition to Its high yielding for long periods of time increasesthe JUPITER-Twenty to twenty- Biltmore Hotel took on the atmi!
filled his regular appointment at commissioners of state Institu-
holds its
h climate and soil had produced in qualities, the Suwannee amount of Ice or energy neces- five persons were injured one ap- phere of official Washington win
the Long Bridge Christian Church of Governor Dave
and continues tions composed
r I/ the meantime. Said he: foliage longer sary to keep the desired tempera- parently seriously, when the sec members of the President's cabinet -
"On the side porch of Sunset growth long after the other varieties ture inside the cabinet. A definite Sunday morning and night. Sholtz and other cabinet officers, ond section of the "Florida Special and other administration notables

'. moment, high have lost their leaves. This foods stored Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and today: re-affirmed its previous in evidence
;, Villa, at the piled place for the different New York to Miami tourist including Post
''I,:7 for present and future use, a generous -, makes it possible to postpone hay and a knowledge of the foods desired Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp and children stand against appointing a doctoror train, ran into an open draw on a master General James A. Farlej)
larder freshlypicked making during wet weather or at will were among those in Starke psychiatrist as superintendentof of Commerce Daniel
i\ presents before the door is opened bridge across the Loxahatchee Secretary A
\ vegetables as follows: Corn, times of other emergencies.It materially reduce the length of Saturday.Mr. the state hospital at Chattahoo- 'River, one-half mile from here. Roper, United States Treasure)

V) sweet potatoes, rich red-hearted has shown freedom from nem- time necessary to leave the door and Mrs. Ernie Southerlandare chee. The locomotive dived through the W. A. Julian, the President's personal

1{:<< yarns that melt in your mouth, atode attack, and thus ranks with open to put in and take out foods. receiving congratulations over .- draw into the river, the engineerand Secretary Stephen Earl)

r' Irish potatoes, including those del- the Iron and Brabham in that respect Storing only edible portions of the arrival of a -baby- boy, who was ORANGE PRICES DROP fireman leaping to safety with George Allen Commissioner of tk|

'.'! icately pink and little 'new' ones, food whenever possible will also born Feb. 14. TAMPA-Florida citrus sales in minor Injuries. The baggage car, District of Coldmbia and Ntm,

okra wonderful celery, of course, The Suwannee produces fairly help to reduce the operating: cost. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and I all auction markets this week to- ten Pullmans and a club car remained Commander John Roper.

!1' tender spinach that requires under good yields of edible seeds. The lit U not necessary to use Ice or children and Mrs.'Beulab Kelly of taled 836 cars, twenty-one less on the bridge. .1 .-

,fir f; ten minutes to cook; tomatoes, energy to chill or preserve celery Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs.O. than the previous week with oranges Florida
Municipal League
firm, toothsome turnips, mustard sitlons paid tribute In a marvelous [ leaves, inedible lettuce leaves and E. Crosby Thursday. They declining slightly and grape- Florida's electrically headlined ing carriers to maintain summer urg

" '! plants, spring scallions, radishes manner to the recuperative abilityof other parts of foods which cannotbe were accompanied home by Misses fruit and tangerines registering Illinois Central's sta I
f I over Chicago tourist rates, boost Florida's Bummer
without pith, beets like blobs of the state. From the Florida Fair eaten Betty and Doris Crosby who spent substantial advances over previous tion. .I

j'i; ruby tender little new peas, the at Tampa, and Orange Festival in Overcrowding the refrigerator the week-end with their grand- week's general averages, accordingto travel. -

\ shells of which crackle with freshness Winter Haven up and down and also hinders the circulation of the mother, Mrs. A. S. Crosby. figures released today by the c

1? ; when opened and string beans, across the state sectional, county air in the cabinet and Increases the Miss Mary Richard of Lake But- Florida Citrus exchange. I ,

i. man to delight the bean lover." and community shows have amount of ice or energy necessary ler, spent the week-end with her ..- -c, 0. \ ,PFf

lit Impressions) that will prove lastIng -. brought out living testimony 'to sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and DRILL FOR OIL ;.s, J- ,

'J""" and convincing, In respect to the fact that folks here keep on seeds do not all ripen at once,'the Mrs. M. J. Sapp. LEESBURG-Lake County citi- 'PTO { J9G

J i1 the capacity of Florida for speedy having good things to eat even same vines maturing seedpods Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsand zens watched with interest the un- ; ;.

recovery from major catastrophes when suffering heavy losses In from June to September. son, of Clayno were the guestsof loading at Groveland of two car

e_. affecting agriculture, have been crop output. Further It has been Agronomists announce that, as Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins loads of oil drilling equipment, the s O

Obtained also by seasonal visitors graphically and Irrefutably shown long as the supply lasts they will Sunday afternoon. second shipment of a modern rig oc. G'Ry *-

\;: who took in the fairs of the past that restoration of production in send a sample of seed free to any Quite a few in our communityare brought from El Dorado, Ark. in- ,, '

, few weeks. Exhibits and displaysof commercial quantities Is a matter Florida farmer who requests it sick with the measles and stallation began last week on the s Q f.S "t

,of farm, garden and grove product I of weeks rather than of monthsor and states where he saw the an- "flu", but we all hope them a site of the first well to be drilled ; J'J t'' \.0
i shown at each' of these expo- years I' nouncement. speedy recovery.The by the Florida Oil Development 'oO. O

recent rains and warm weather Company, located ten miles South / -fa\) /

have been very favorable for of Groveland. lI. .r i

p the last few days R.Oje

1 to maintain the desired temperature CRESCENT CITY-FIre of unde- MGSiC; '-
!: ji Some fruits and vegetablesdo termined origin destroyed the -.....::: / DIRE ,.
not need to be placed in the refrigerator ,
Grove Hall Hotel here last week.
for chilling Just FRPPRESENTS
$ except The building was owned by GeorgeE. ,
:k 1 before serving. Storing uncovered Moeller of St. Augustine and ,
foods in mechanical refrigerator -
was one of the landmarks of Cres-
Increases the amount of frost
1I m cent City, having been built in
deposited on the cooling unit, 1884. It was a 42-room, three- The pause that refreshes on the air \
1v thereby Increasing the length
story frame structure and was beIng -
: time the motor must run to remove Tonight!Rhapsodies popular mujic.. 3 lasUumeataUslI.Z: 3Tocali
refurnished and repaired. It
: dt $ the heat from the cabinet. was understood here that the loss t*".blending to produce Interpretations popular melodies

J- Placing a refrigerator in the cool- was partially covered by Insurance. never before achieved in radio.Directed by Frank Black.
est part of the room is an aid In
I, 1y'Mlgy reducing the operating costs to a FRIDAY (WJAX) 10:80 P. M.
\ '...... : minimum. AND OVE.il COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK OF NBC
: MIAMI $14.-
--- : -Physicians
"iio(: However, the main purpose of 860 sewed In the garments of an STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
.; the home refrigerator Is for the
80-year-old woman who died in a
represervatlon of foods, and In or- STARKE, FLA. TELEPHONE 1BRlWlI
hospital here. She was Mrs. An-
der to the best food -
get preservation nie Shone, an early settler of Co-
service from the refrigeratorIt
husband died
conut Grove. Her
iT! Is necessary that care be takento
1 twenty years ago and she lived
foods for
prepare the properly alone. Physicians discovered the
storage and to place them In desirable -
money while making an XRay.She .
containers and in suitable
f'll' would not permit it be placedIn
f locations in the storage cabinet.
a safe preferring to keep It

THE NEW CHEVROLETS with her until she died.
One hundred and twenty six
.4; '-++. m ,p reasons why tourists visit Kissim-

i' the sensible answer to your motor car needs in mee merce revealed made Feb.in Chamber 1935.: of Com- FUNIAK SPRINGS-Fire In NEW BREAD STARTS WAVE

the Harbeson Lumber companY'1Iyard

r15'' PRICE ECONOMY PERFORMANCE Beef can be cooked. and served in here destroyed all lumber on OF HEALTH GIVING DIETS

the yard, said to be about four mil-
different than oth-
more ways any
lion feet. The sawmill and the
er kind of meat. planing mill both were saved by AMONG LOCAL HOUSEWIVES!

1 CHOOSE CHEVROLET FOR QUALITY AT LOW COST Tourists leaaee I 'p, rentals worth hard work of the mill hands and
with thetown'
other volunteers working
$1,750: weekly to Key West.
fire department. The blaze Revolutionary New Bell Krushed]
r started in the northwest corner of Honey -

"- td the yard, farthest away from the Wheat Bread Introduced to Local House
t" '
", A CHILDLAXATIVESHOULD Wives Quickly Relieves ConstipationAnd

d ., j EVER before; has TilE< Master: De.LuM :" MAKE FIRST SHIPMENT Bowel Disorders.Those .

: beautiful BE LIQUID CHIPLEY-The first carload of
,, Chevrolet offered you most 2.500 gallons of canned syrup

,4f value to compare with this Chevrolet ever built. With bought with FERA funds for the who provldeand preparethe :. regulator without the dry, wood*|
} "34 6 5 New Standard series The four added inches of overall 56O (Ask any doctor). government was loaded here last daily meals for their familiescan taste of 'some foods. Buy It t f!|

week. This thank this modern for In YOu'
price-world'.loweat price length-with streamlined For your own comfort. and for your shipment representsthe bakery day. Make a ten-day test |
AND UP. Lid pnoo children's I / and future welfare over-plus of Washington Coun- securing a menu staple that not I own home Enjoy It often and'flY''|
(aND UP. Lid ,.,Ia. Aor I'a .u! The operatingeconomy Turret-Top Body oJtfMtr f>o lu.. yon should read this: ty growers and will net the farm- only has amazing food value, but I will soon experience the benefit<|

el Roadat.r R.* .Stmndmrtft flint.J -even greater by Fisher-it's the nsto-. MM Coup' *..*tHOs mt Flint Withoumpor The bowels cannot be helped le ers 39 cents per gallon. Eighty- lit a relief for chronic constipation.That of that rare combination of crust]

,,., 'JOlt.' iJ. With' *. ._ frfro regularity by any laxative that <<:an'. eight Washington County farmers Is Bell Honey Krushed Wheat ed whole wheat and honey. A>'|
r au.Dl.r.. .Joe paro*. "'/.>.. than that of last year''s crat of low-priced can. /....d ,,,. Jew*. fh.G be regulated as to dose. That Is wh> participated In this initial ship- Bread. I you will bless the-day when 'P< fi

ihj .tat dfil or.to n*.,i.*fricmfounont tiO OO model The performance Also the finest performing ..ulJJ.dePlon.Ir1e.a, .of to ."..... doctors use liquid laxatives.A ment which was the first of 04,000 After a long search, THE BELL first discovered this marvel( !

to eh.nj. and Chevrolet liquid laxative can always br gallons to be bought by the federal BREAD BAKERS secured a bread food and regulator.
ee .without no,_. amazingly fleet ever produced. wah.A.ee/.tee/ia.- taken in the right amount. You car formula that III rJ
government In the state. would furnish the"bulk" who really
People are
ean.l.ea7oeoarr.. gradually reduce the done. Reduces
this See Chevrolet dealer
spirited. See car- your needed to help their phi|
dosagt is the series of not unit salt promote course should consult
drive It-today! for full information. uti/from constipation. DRIVES THROUGH HOUSE regular bowel habits. We selected slcian. Bell Honey Krushed Why j

The right liquid laxative done give, FORT LAUDERDALEHolly from the crops of American fields Bread Is simply recommended PJ;

e \ CHEVROLET MOTOR CoMPANY, DETROIT. MICHIGAN.. the right amount cf help. When wood police arrested a woman dri- and farms the choicest golden common constipation acd Is .11"' 1

Cs.iijjjl Cti....l,.'.!........,,_ nit ny T.til..1.f I t..r. A CmnrJ lt.-t ...... repeated. Instead of more eacb time ver of an automobile that ran off wheat grains and from the hivesof ply recommended for common car astlpatlon

I you take less Until bowels are mov. the highway at a high speed cut Industrious bees came pure and Is not a cure-all, ;:|

any log regularly help at all.x sad thoroughly without across 200 yards of vacant property honey. The result? An amazing I bread must be eaten. Why not PI

/CHEVROLET onus ADVIftTISIMIMr The liquid laistivo and crashed completely througha new bread-vastly better in taste the loaf that 1..0 popular t I

i. Is Dr. CaldwellV Syrup generally Pepsin.used It frame house occupied. The driver texture and wholesomeness and of- thousands of homes because It Iso

contain: senna and cascara natural was booked as Miss Pauline fering a positive relief from consti beneficial. You'll eat It ,,111

CHEVROLET for 1935FOR laxatives that form no habit even Ueagher, a trained nurse at Danla. pation., No more need to drain enthusiasm and serve. it with |

i.'lea i. in children.: Its action u !gentle, but The machine crashed through one your system by taking drastic pur- apology. :

sure. It wdl cleanup: a condition. ol side of the house, went through gatives. Give Bell Honey Krushed The original Bell Honey Km*'

ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATIONTorode biliousness or sluggishness without five partitions, struck the foot of a Wheat Bread a fair trial and Wheat Bread Is easily Identified J
upset. Every druggist bas it.
bed and emerged through the wall note the results. your grocer by It*.extra outs!

on the opposite side of the house.. The simple ingredients the tasty coating of crushed! wheat. It co *.|

flavor, the build-up qualities make already sliced and .eonveni... I

Chevrolet Co. Climatic data on North Florida Bell Honey Krushed Wheat Bread cellophane wrapped for your pi*'|

JDLSYRUP PEPSIN ready covering 10 year period. popular with the. whole family tectlon. Adv.Copyright.

Free from Jacksonville UV 8. Wea- breakfast lunch or dinner. It Is ( 1 34. All rl&bLt

STARKE FLORIDA ther Bureau.> packed with nourishment and is a reserved.)



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CHURCH DIRECTORY GliHson. Jr., all of McRae; five Miami to spend $25,000! keeping' f

First Baptist' Church BEHIND L daughters Mrs. Mamie Martin, her Chicago office open all summer. P

Rev C. 1*. Price, Pastor I The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Cove Tampa Springs; Mrs. ;C.Mrs.C. Harris E. J. Harris Green use .her Invites facilities other communities I I

School10:00: a. m. he Ralford (
-rnday ; Mrs L, O. Pearson, Jacksonville "
forning Worship11:00.. m. The ''IB.I.I*" of \ TStiit and Miss Opal GIlaHOn of Oiil)".I' OK PI TO III.KtTlOVIMOTICH APPKAIiNOTIC1C : A\II: ) 1 I

1 Y. P. U--6ls: p. mVenlng Capital 1 McRae; a sister Mrs. Ned Lewis/ I I.* hoii>hy given to Hnymiind ',',
Worship-7:30: p. m.Bcher's .. of Statke.TIIAIX. "'"".hy nod wir., Loulnii (Caraway ''
Training: School, Wed- IV..::. En -- Croahythat The Ku.Ierul Land [1'
Hank i>f Columbia, a corporation, I
Say at 7:00 p. m. OSCAR JOHNSON: SCHEDULE hR. filed ft Hill of Complaint against II
d-Week Prayer Service-7:30 cad KENT WATIOllTALLAHASSEE : 5 you In the Circuit Court nf Bmd-
Southbound ford County Florida In Chancery I,
to foreclose n Mortgage coverlllir 1\
Invited to all our serv- No. 1Due Starke 11:01 P. M I the following leNrrlbHrt land lying
Sou are
THE MOST No. 11.-.Due Starke 11:25: A. M. unit halog I Wit In Ilrmlford County Flor EI

RADICAL change in the public No. 107Due Starke 9:42: A. :M. ida.Tho to-HnuthrMNt: quarter of Houth- ;

Methouint Church school system of Florida since No. 191 -Due Starke 10:27: P. M. w.. nuartor of Suction: D, Townhlp I It
6 Hnuth,
Rinse SI 1'.asq
adoption of the 1885 Constitution
Lv. B. M. Montgomery, Pastor, NorthboundNo. contalnlnB 40 acroo.Therefor .
is to be proposed by State Superintendent 2Due Starke 0:08: P. M. *, you unit each of you
inday School-10 a. m. WE named In thin Not''Ire are hereby
11 a. m. W S. Cawthon. He favors No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M. 1'"uh'1 to Appear to the said Hill
.ornlng adoption of an entirely new scutoi No. 108--Due Starke ISM: P. M of Complaint no filed agrAlniit you
worth League-6:45: : p. m. on the let day of April, lUG at the "
code, eliminating as far as Starke And \Vannee BranchNo.
possible Court Iluuxe In Mlarke. Florida, ; oth-
Worshlp--7:30: m.
venlng p. politics In the administrationof : 101-Leaves Starke T:00: A.M I rrwlne, a l>ecrve 1'ro Confenao will

fou are Invited to all these serv- schools Several amendments !. No. 102-Arrives Starke 1 -60 P.MT. : of be you fintermt, for; failure against. tu Appear you and: ell..hIT

to the constitution will be J. CJR1FFIN.ULUK 1H OKHKUUn that this Notice

Presbyterian- Church necessary One would provide I rtcs conaerutlve bo publUhud weeks once a In wrote the Bradford for four

abolition of the present State BUS 8C1IEDT7LRS County Teleg sph. a newppapvr havInMT -
v. George H. Lowry, Minister general ;circulation I In limit toi'I
Board of Education consisting of .
)::00 a. m.-Sabbath School. the Governor and members of the Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 County 16 day c.f February, 1035
Northbound-: ? a. m., 1:59: A. J. THOMAS
1:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; p.
cabinet and create an entirely new
Clerk Circuit Court,
_non by the pastor. board of the same name memberedby -.1Y I,4tl.,, IiJ m., 5:24: p. m., 9:19: p. m. nrndford County, Florida

30 p. m.-Junior Christian En- seven citizens appointed by the 1 Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:31: 11..1 SJJDt.38:1:
.Var. m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m.
Governor overlapping seven
Evening Worship. Tickets and information at
130 p. m. terms after the first seven
year A OVt.R WOR
Smith's Service
Station next to
4I !'
years Members would serve 1,
Chrlallun Church '
without pay. The board wouldbe NERVES "
tf'V.V.. T. 'McGuIre, Pastor patterned somewhat along the .
of the State Board of Con 1 ,
tible School 10 a. m. lines i '

ommunton, 11 a. m. trol administering the higher Institutions 1 Y, 1

jhrixtlan Endeavor 7 p. m. of learning Another \
would abandon the J
payer meeting Wednesday 7:30: a
election of the state superintendent -

reaching Second Sunday 11 a. by the people. He would be

md 8 p. m.EWOOD appointed by the Board of Education -

would possess certain high I,
BAPTIST CHURCH qualifications assuring fitness Micah Foretell the Birth of ChrUt.-Mlcah prophesied during the reigns of Jotham, Ahui and IIoEeklnh, )ICK ..,
It is not clear whether It is the being a contemporary of Isaiah. Micah: 5 promised restoration of Zion, of Us temple and of Its people, o
v. It G. Hemingway, PutttorStrvicea purpose to have the state super with a gathering in of all nations under the sovereignty of the Meaxlah. The birth of Christ Is foretold. DROPS

every Sunday. Bible intendent continue as a member of "But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall COUGH .ataMedicated

fly 10:15: a. m. Morning Wor- the cabinet What Superintendent He come forth unto Me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from ever- J
11 a. m. Evening Worship, Cawthon relative to lasting. Therefore will lie give them up, until the time that she which travaileth hath brought forth; then witheIube wetldei )
ra. proposes the remnant of His brethren shall return unto the children of Israel. And He shall stand and feed In the Vicks VePeal l.r 5etdeLteees .
p. the state, he would duplicate .
lou are Invited to all these serv- would strength of the Lord, in the majesty of the name of the Lord His God; and they shall abide) for now shall .
counties. This requirea He be great until the ends of the earth."-Micah 51 24. This illustration Is from Merlin's story of the
constitutional amendment He Bible in pictures, engraved In 1625.
will suggest county boards of five UP TO your' ears toevejr worlD-

;: -I Instead of three members all: -I nerve ak Ugh tension.
I each one-half mill for the whole of the when there Is wide-spread objec- KU\M GLISSON' No wonder you sna at the wife
at School
seelcted large Carlton regime was restored to Its tion to any policy laid down. Lee !
,OB JONES members, too, would serve with- original 3-4 mill status in the first Is firm in the, position that the Funeral services! were held at Witch octtOTOrw.ekurns ...

1 out pay for five year overlapping year of the Sholtz term It Is questions served' a definite and Gadarah Baptist Church last Sun- may lead ato. 8.1spha-
Comments On Here terms This Is calculated to remove believed that the Governor Is def- useful purpose that usually only day afternoon for Elam Gllsson, MR. Nervous .

II the county board members initely intending to ask the the man who does not wish to reveal 66. of McRae who died at his Indigestion. mid a boat R<

And Hereafter from the Influence of local politics. 1935 legislature to provide free property which should right. home there Saturday following a New ... don't nnpleaaant dlstuibRRRRB.fThy
1 would select the county Illness. The KidneysU FOG try Dr. UOmtfBaTerTMCwt
The Board text books for children of all ly be taxed.. long service was In NervfaM TableUtJot
superintendent who must also be of his charge of the Rev. a. A, Prevatt, you _lei tnde nevlMtad. ...
here came recently a slgnlfi- grades thus fulfilling one TOUT tired MM to a half flaw ell
more than a "vote-getter. He with Interment being made in the few K Ida_ 1W now ant, you would mito.tteilly .
press story from London main campaign pledges. FAVORED last with an Installment ..I rid of Night lUdnc.ly .N___ wafer ssmkes) a pleaaant I portvR
land. Sir Ambrose Fleming, must hold particular fitness year family plot in McRae Cemetery. 1>I."n_ .-t.Iana, Bumln ILeft".1" a... *rtak delightfully nntltRg
[ distribution equally to The services at the -..... .To..e.ee tunau..lhlan.ydlu.d.. ...,
i is eighty-five years old. In his grave were the su..n..d l>oe_'. a.-'" .... ... t. over-taxed nerrea.
address to the CARRYING HIS PLAN further CYRIL BALDWIN HighlandsTax the sixty-seven counties of the net conducted by Melrose Lodge F .& Soil sad CYSTBX: . Must e.yw Dr. MOM Hervtne fa **.
jldentlat given Superintendent Cawthon would also Assessor, Is getting consider- tax revenues from horse and dog A. M. e* U a dun er onaer ..: M wl M.ao.la .... .. tiro forms-Liquid"!

orla Institute and Phllosophi- submit to the people an amend- able publicity over his prospective racing the failure to repeat this Mr. Gllsnon had been a residentof _...111..* Tablet BothMOthmg hew:

oclety of Great Britain start- ment to the constitution abolishing candidacy against State Treasurer year Is being missed by the county McRae for the past fifty years lose came ..... \

the scientists by challenging special school tax districts, of W. V. Knott In 1936 A num- boards. The law provides that and was one of the moat prominent TAKE MIM'H IRON TONIC<<: I1.M a* yew dra* *....
Darwin of evolution. He
theory which there are many scores ber of papers In scattered sections these funds shall be distributed In farmers In that section. He was FOIL KIIKUMATISM.INUIUKMTION! "'" r ."
] that the Darwin theory of evo- This Is contemplated to vastly Im- have already declared their sup "lump sum" by April 15 Last well known In Starke and throughout -

n 1s a product of the Imagln- prove the local administration of port of him. Another possible year no legislature was to be con- the entire county. Also une Mini's White 011 P (ltlll'! ( >C Ii tPO
It Is not scientific. Sir is- Samuel Getzen of vened and the Governor, knowingthat Liniment for Flu and
school affairs in the sixty-seven Survivors are his widow, Mrs. ( )
rose has been long one of the counties removing ultimately the Sumter, last senate member and as he did ordered an Install- Charity Gllsson; five sons, a. D., I' flllmonl,.. NhRVI! FI

Standing scientists and phllo-: bickerings and conflicts between 1935! house member by two votes ment distribution by executive or- C. L., L. II., Merrill and Elam ASK YOUR DEALER! I \ i :, I I s T

ers of England. "I cannot con- .countyboards, and trustees of spe- Knott will be a candidate for. re- der contrary to an opinion of the .
that we have anyserious attorney general'given January 6,
cial tax districts as to where re-
t>f of the evolution of man from authority begins and ends I 1934. Since the legislature con-
nlmal. We have not the smalI spective
venes April 2, the Governor feels
The districts would be abolished AGITATION In favor of fencing
I knowledge of how empty space no an executive order this year is out
Those having
Vme occupied with the most ru- progressively. highways is not being looked upon
of place. The legislature wantto
' natry form of matter" Sir bond debt Others would would be eliminated be aban- seriously by those in the know make some other disposition may Begins Next Week :
rose declared that he believede Indebtedness Is retired Aside from any political power which Is Its power. Any change
doned their ,
as cattlemen themselves enjoy
bodily resurrection of Jesus may wilt be In favor of helping schools
: that this Is the best attestedin the factor of cost Is prohibition rather county boards as at present.

human history. He said For this reason the plan, however -- EMRS. -
the resurrection of Jesus THERE IS EVERY evidence laudable, and however sound in the -- ,(

the dead certified all the pre- that as state aid to schools increases Interest of highway safety, is I LCtiENIA LANG

s miracles of the Lord. the legislature will develop doom for the next few years any- Funeral services for Mr. Lu- .F'

Increasing determination to remove how. genla Lang who died at her home !peer reply (

me of the "half baked" science politics form the school system near MUldleburg, were held Wednesday __ H".I" o ',

hers in our schools and cols state and local though local THERE HAS BEEN consider- morning at eleven o'clock tnAl.p.n loved "Pve all

say that all modern scientistspt control of county schools will not able publicity following initial at Long Branch' Cemetery Inter- t of my life,you D vfd." ; Gt '

the evolutionary hypotheIt be Interfered with The recom- limited complaints against the ment following tn'the family plot. \'

Is refreshing when a man m e n d a t ions of SuperintendentCawthon "long questionnaire" on the home Survivors are '.even daughters, (" '

! Sir Ambrose who Is a 'fellow to submit to the peoplethe stead exemption application blank Mrs. Alice Green Baldwin; Mrs. lT

3t. John's College, Cambridge, question as to whether schools prepared by Comptroller Lee to be Mettle Bennett and Mrs; Ruby

' who has headed the Victoria shall be brought a few steps near filled out by applicants for ex- Carter of Lawtey; Mrs. Emma 41I

itute and Philosophical Society er to that Ideal adds another question emption. One piece of litigation Hicks of Plant City; Mrs Fannte J

line last eight years cornea out of major Importance to be originating at St. Petersburg has Cunter and Miss'Connie Williamsof

bulvocably, against evolution confronted by the session been started in the Supreme Court Jacksonville; Mrs. Kate Alvarez -

for'an authoritative Bible. Of- One or two Circuit Court Judges Raiford; one son Jeff Lang

[teachers of science say that we BANKS ARE LENDING money have: held that It Is not necessaryto of Manatee Fla.? and one sister,

(chers know nothing about scl- cautiously these days regardless of answer the "thirty-five ques- Mrs. Laura Williamson, of Jack-
My reply Is few of the tears assets tions" but the fact Is that no com- sonville.
available In vaults or liquid
of science know anything In hand. They Just don't want any plaints of number have come to .e

lit the Bible. Occasionally a state deposits on which high the Comptroller's offflce generallyover London's foggiest spot Is the city

t scientist like Sir Ambrose more interest rate must be paid under the state, as usually happens hall. We tmlnlster.

I Isaac Newton know the Word The banks
the curcumstances.
od and when they do know It Talla- b
state deposits put
believe it. The writer has holding
hassee on notice Jan. 1 that forth- AMAZE A MINUTE
rr met any man or woman wholly would be
with the interest rate
knew the Bible who didn't one-half per cent-a half per cent I L SCIENTIFACTS -u:- BY ARNOLD A
jeve It. I cannot understand how blow to the Fn,
cut. It was a bitter HY't. .,$
| teacher of science can accept to v M
as It was also Comp-
[guesses of Darwin and repudl-
troller Lee, and Treasurer
the authority of the Bible. I Com POLAR BEARS PREFER ,
the Finance
all comprising
Id like to say especially tog do SUMMER HEAT/ .
mittee. Insisting the banks can 'et
people "Pay no attention to POOR MARS DO NOT UKt StVtRt C
their protestations
high sounding words of better-despite COLD, AND RARELY ENTER WATtR m THE f
dly wise men who ridicule the to the contrary the Governor FALL AND WINTER. INSTKAD THEY ENJOY 1 .
called conference of banking representatives LYING OUTSTRETCHED IN Tat SUMMER SUN. "
a.Y The Bible is the Book ofks. divisions -
from regional .wYlawber
It will stand any kind of to meet Thursday of this

scientific or otherwise. It Is act i
week with full power to "..104.d -
It is what It claims to be
ess. be little chance '
There appeared to "voUtesy .
Word of God." that banks would yield. Several !*. matt.rfMM B_

banks not now used as depositories it ,,. mattr -
> D.o.et./rawd,
but whose soundness is knownto
eas+Nsoy a r.
1 be far above par turned down u _u.,.,. 'r
-r llf cold a proposition to handle state

deposits at a higher interest yield
c fE It Is said The average dally
state balance Is over $5,000,000. T;

State once got as high as six per DAVID COPPERFIELDAdapted a

( cent on its dally balances on deposit ...ypce _.


Progress GOVERNOR MARTIN'S administration ,rte ( From the Immortal Classic)

Possible Florida school chil- r
is Made gave I LIGHT LK1MT-
the elementary grades By
4- d..us .t.-. St5".t.yl dren LIGHT HAS wIeHT, So
...d.ps..n..1l their first free text books ,
.hies IS. US. 1 that Ume the free text book responsibility CHARLES DICKENS
..WI. S..1, rl.., C.M.a been or leas / WLLION DOLLARS. OUNCE 0R U4HT AT CURRtNT Mm
dds pisW. ..d Y N.. hide 1au' has more ALMOST ONE-HAL* O*THE WOULD COT* O.C OOOOO.
r 'lr5y.-.r.dIl./-/ of a step-child Not all of the VALUE O* ALL THE WORUft Don't Miss A Single InstallmentIn
-r..f r< ..V.a..a boks required of the elementary {OLD,

....../. ..d.M AMI Teara..l..Si....Y 5 -. grades are supplied Children of

the higher grades must buy their

own more expensive books. Never L __ .
.e a.A .p./yea Y fuw a lV ha more than 3-4 mill tax levy
-.a.y. been imposed for free text books BRADFORDtOUNTYTELEGRAPHDAY

tOLD C. WALLINSURANJE since the beginning. It dropped to
aa low as one-eighth of a mill dur- I I ;

ing the last two years of the Mar

FLOBXDA. tin administration, was upped to ..


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Bradford County Telegraph' upon Last Its week readers the unannounced Telegraph burst witha Maybe You'veHeard II L i E'O; ]j D --- BUT TRUE

\ Established 1877 new style of front page head 1

--. -- -. lines. Comment exceeded our ex Jt But .
s -
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class pectatlons for we had the idea that JOur ::-.;\." it '\:: ,. ,. I
the average reader, not versed in "\'t .' it
,;.J \.
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida the technicalities of newspaper :" \. .

1 ._ .. ___ ..__ ._. publishing! ,. would never notice the Dog Wont Sleep "j "
E. L. Matthews ___. ._____..____________Editor and Owner difference; or tf he did, would not Your correspondent hesitated for MORE MEN THAN \

1 -- --.------ ..-- be moved to register approval or some time before deciding to print "' .\ PACtB;
dlxapproval. this column. Fori. while we were WOIAENUFTEO -.
I Influenced by' the old about .'
We frank to admit that gag .
are 1 tit1
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance among the comments coming to i letting sleeping dogs lie, but when FOR THE QfcKC 0? __; '
the it became evident that this dog, edify :,..,.;,-.11z:; .,
Rates who disliked
: Advertising on Application ua direct, those ,
I --- -- -. ------ ---.---------- new heads outnumbered those who wasn't to be allowed to sleep--not s.f: #;;....
\ approved of them. However, Indirectly : even to catch 't" little cat nap-- -:;.:".'.... w j4e

'M You don't hear of many people being sorry for things we have heard of numer- our whisked only reason for hesitancy was I ;....?...;, ;-.t.>.. .
;: they DIDN'T say. one Instances where the new dress +
.1\\1.: --0 met with approval,' 'and we believe The dance at the Woman's Club Mate of pI"d

.. that opinion is about equally last Friday night-up until the .......' ,,"' "; -
If a drunk man Rees pink elephants, what would an i iritox ,divided.. time ota certain regrettable incident .- .,-,.-,,"
k -waa one of the nicest that
fcated :elephant see?,, We can see no particular reason
we have ever attended In Starke.The .
why newspaper
o orchestra was good, the floorshow
should remain the same year
Should a woman's right to ask for a new spring hat come and ,year out with typographical I was excellent and the crowd

under the heading of free speech? errors offering the only relief from was large. What happened was.
f Hi the old routine. Automobiles be- just one of those Instances of spontaneous
i O cOM Uillin that no one
J" I come streamlined, architectural
The Taylor County News says that bathing beaches:are styles 'change,. fashions are'ftever can, 'account fort, po one can prevent .
the same from .one season tq'hi? ,.\pndthot'o cur ever so often v t SEI Yatfvt
nudist '
schools for
the ,
prep; whoever, large; crowd of human
other,,.ao. why should.Jxevvspop'e'r'; ant earn on ai
,_ i o I hen !lacy malnin"a I '>?1t1RtnnWe beings gather-' '::''be'it at a dance; ata"poHUcal"rally ? 4 i eW Zlnet

'g Too many folks who are saving for a. rainy day start i could: glYir-you innumera"6e'reaAo privacy of ''Bomeone's"own or.J.n' the home.semi'' i ....

spending every' time it clouds up a little. ,,- *, psychological, i and other ,Why the names of innocent persona z11 at
wise whj shoutd llkerthe
: 'you
should be dag&ed Into the Incident
d -0'k heads, but that wouldn't help mat .
and why the group as a
k Americanism i Wiping the sleet from a department store ters a bit. You either do or youdon't. whole should be made to suffer for
If have
s, window itl'order to see the spring fashions. Jons to make you we'd.'bl any! gla.dto'suggest what occurred, we are at a total 1
loss to explain. Fantastic tales
o hear them.
circulated about things that occur-
,Gertrude, Stein talked like she wrote she'd buy out the TUB BEST POLICY red last Friday night were ridic-

;r whole, house trying to ask for one theatre ticket.Don't Nothing has been heard from ulous, maliclou&..lltte. \ous and despicable -
the Strawberry Marketing Agree and reflected upon the intelligence J4
g ment.since it was dealt its death of anyone who gave
become discouraged. Ripley tells about a man blow ,in,the .southern ,part of,. the them a moment's credence. lN MtoCA MAW. SLAVE OWNERS t MJ.OW u..O141 IHt CHUtm., TOL uNei FORTONl.STHEIStLI.
It seems that (tt might do us all ts 1D CNI"UHtS' 0' TNgTOO'
' state when growers and shippers
and caught fish.
who fished for six years never a 'e.I.T!
refused to elect members to the good right at this, time, to havea _._
Ml ,, I O control committee. It Is thereforenot little object lesson about gos-

Hoover said his recent visit to the East was a business known whether It Is supposed slpers and gossiping. Here area' been 'keeping Florida In the IQne-. to one great booster organliatlct|
to'be operation at the present few choice quotations that 'seem Ugh an organization that Is with'
trip-but politics is a business with some people. time or pot; ? to fill the bill admirably rN : LATE ,| All favorable publicity, all de. any selfish Interest, that in D
_- ..
o Whatever the status; of the : signed to appeal to folks in a less sectional, con political and I

A accused of embezzling $400,000 was found two agreement It, like many ,other Gossip has been well defined as TO CLASSIFYBr kindly climate and make them which no one receives a cent <
man .
codes, will probably have: few putting two and two together and wish they were here so they could salary, at least 100,000 people.

years later selling newspapers. Easy come, easy, go. teeth for actual clamping down on making it five.. -:=Pascal., '" Sorrtnrir.nvaiKLIi Florida, Press KAY A... enjoy first hand the things'they' ''Each individual with an eq
o violators, and it will still ,be, pretty -- read and hear about voice in the organization Is Invite
much up to the tndlvldualgrowera -, There' is a set of malicious, pratIng But Florida needs 'more than to become a member and may;
1 The PWA has discovered that Florida communities are here whether they, put; uP a. prudent gossips; both male While Flemlngton and Washington this, an intelligent, well.-planned BO upon payment of $1 annual)

.{ certainly not bashful when it comes to asking for money. rotten pack or a good ,pack of and female, who' murder characters may have dominated newspaper constructive a d ertlalng cam The money thus provided to I
strawberries to send to market.It .' to kill time; and will rob a young headlines throughout the paign to keep the message of Flor used entirely for the promotloj
0 nation -
'\1.-,, la hard to conceive that there fellow of his good name before he ida's charm and adventagea con and advancement ot the State o
Color will never become popular in men's clothes. Imag are growers in our midst who, for has years to knob the. value of It. as far as page one Is con stantly before the people of the Florida as a whole.1

\ ine looking at the same purple suit for three or four years. the sake of a few ill-gained dollars r:......Sheridan.l" cerned, Florida has maintained an nation. Now we want to tell that i III

a 0 will bring disrepute not onlyon amazing record of publicity While a FLASH from Miami, story to the world and when i
.4 their themselves but on this entire Fire and sword'are but low engines throughout the country during the from St. Petersburg, from Tam- do it wiU bring thousands of |*
None are so blind as those who think it's cute when, strawberry growing section-but of .destruction In comparison pa or Winter Haven is helpful we pie and millions of dollars. into t III
little darlings sling mud on someone's best Sunday outfit. such Is the'case. with the babbler.-Steele.' same period. have a mervellous story to tell of state; people who will becomes!
',Q ''There can be no good In trying -- Rotogravure and illustratednews ALL FLORIDA Every section of manent. citizens, people who WII
'i o
to white-wash the fact that fruit Truth la' not exciting enough to pages of thousands of papers the state has something of interest help us develop our resources, u|
Some fence posts were stolen from a South Florida farm. from Starke during the past twoor those who depend' on the characters during the past few weeks have to offer to visitor, homeseeker and money that will mean conti

'': The thief was thoughtful enough to, leave the }holes, however.o three seasons has been looked and lives of their neighborsfor carried pictures that tell an enchanting Investor, a story that should be :Improvement,for the welfare i
upon more or less as a drug on the all their amusement.Bancroft. story of Florida as the 'benefit of ail .
t market, and the black sheep, as it "Nation's Playground." told.Florida needs a national advertising You will be called upon to lit I
'The invention of an automatic plow has been announced. were, among the profitable strawberry ---L: While scenes from Miami and campaign, her message 'come a, member-of the All Fl
That's going to make it pretty hard on politicians pf the fu, famllyj An'empty oral l ?'an ',"The average growers here are tongue are very''tOto'!\ go together other sections have been getting a and magazines over the radio and 'tar toward advancing your utakl
ture. good men and pride themselves on ; the most silly and trivial items I I splendid break. Scenes for The on billboards not once or' twice, and you will find it.the moat pril
o putting up i a good pack of fruit. of news or scandal fill the former Florida Fair, the Festival of States but over and over and over again. liable Investment :you. ever mat

Washington didn't have any children so it was pretty They 'know ,that the actions of and are retailed..*by. the latter.. at St P.etersburr, Winter Haven's With this aim in view the AU Do your part to help tell Florida,!
those i few who put up a rotten Ouldar'Tale, Orange Festival, Tampa's Cigar Florida Committee will. on Feb. story to the world. Join the AlJ
; for him to tell stories'about the cute things his
easy not any pack has already done incalculable Golden Jubilee, Daytona's Speed 25 inaugurate a drive to bring in- Florida Committee and help brig/
1' kiddies said. harm to the Industry here, and If bearers ark just as bad as Trials. and other attractions have your community In the organlza- Lion'' 100 per cent-

yes o continued might.result in death to tale makers., -Sheridan.. -

After their big week-end in Tampa the majority .of Bradford County" greatest money Narrow-minded. and Ignorant

i'', Young Democrats probably felt like Old Democrats by Monday } -: rop.Words nave failed in teaching persons talk about"persons and not

!,I morning. these shyster growers the folly of things; hence gossip is the bane .
their ways., Perhaps it Is time for and disgrace of so large a portionof
'$: 0 e more drastic action.' society.-George Eliot.' A LOT OP TIRE FOR

q The chances are that you won't arrive at your destina- iiIGIBLEf'VVlth E--
WHV THE I have ever_ heard' said that
tion at all If you unfold a road mapwith one hand and"drive the crashing of the airship: spies' and .tal -be'ar.r. have done' If"l A f.:

SaI with the other.If Macon, it will probably, be sometime more mischief in this world. than Famous Lifetime
before Congress/ authorizes poisoned bowler* the assassin's' OsaraedGOODYYEAR
o ha building of another one of,these dagger._Schiller.' t LITTLE MONEY
a paper mill is established near here every pine,tree multi-million dollar plaything -

r ,. that is burned will be just so much money snatched out of,the Either the. United States (has '. I would have' talebearers and SPEEDWAY
owner's pocket. been weirdly unlucky .with .this talehearers punished -:. the'one Here'sa, Goodyear with a
type of craft, itla.simply too hanging by the tongue the .other I.with SwpertwM Cord.
e. o big. and ibunglesome for practical by the ears.-Platus.. ; loud list of friend*-users ;:; '
The fact remains that there :. I .'30x3 1-n 4..1
There are two sides to every question. That's the reason use -- who real
: a fond mother always looks behind her son's ears after he have been eighteen major dirigible Be careful that 'you believe not !I are getting grip, $4.95 $5.50
disasters in the past twenty-three hastily strange news and strange I real safety, real mileage at 4.00x20 4.50x21
says he has washed them. I year.. involving a huge loss of life. stories; and be much more careful i
o .It is,hard for the average cltl- that you do not report mighty low cost. Come see $5.80 $6.05

The .Tituaville Star-Advocate the robins are here I zen to understand why the dirigible though at the second hand; them'l' ..4.75x19: '3.00x19:
M says size Speedway
Is a necessary unit In our air It prove: an untruth It brings an your $6.40 ,$6.85
rl io; help harvest the strawberry crop. We'd be just as happyif forces. These ships are clumsy, Imputation of levity upon him greatezampleofthegleata --

they weren't quite so industrious. difficult to land, slow, and a well. that reports It,",and possibly some I ; to channel
o equipped airplane. in time of war, disadvantage! to .others.. -Sir Mat 'value you get in Goodyear.. without notice.State ialc I
could easily overtake one and thew Hale. Sal If any additional. I
;l It; Almost all musical instruments shipped into France are hoot It down from the clouds In at every price.LOOK .

' f: taxed. except the saxophone and the bagpipe. This is a gross leas time than it would take to The thoughtless tattling tongue
'1 'give the command. "To the rear often murders the peace, and
neglect of duty on the part of someone.
; M&rcbl"perhape! blight the good Dame of others, aasurely AT. THESEFEATURES
;t .0 '- there are excuses for and wickedly as If Inflamedby

r. Paris reports that feminine styles are going farther and the dirigible but we have yet to mallc.--C.r' Simmons.

farther back for their inspiration husbands hear them satisfactorily explained. --
Busy they
E ? hope. : I'may hear % tale" with delight; '1: _
,t. top'before they reach the hook and eye stage. 'THE FABima--s DECALOOUB and perhaps; smll- at an Innocent Center Traction for ew
Farming should be.the most re
0f Jest but I wllIlIt Jest, nor joy at greater grip .Tough i
IIctoa..uplrtnc work of all.Alone Tr dYvnl' N w GOODYEARALLWEATHER
,\f Earl Carroll' was recently haled into court at Miami on and close to the; earth and nature, a tale.-A.dlsgractng.Warwick. -Innocent person. thick tread...tubbed ,. re s .

\. charges of interfering with an officer. Back in the old bath clean the farmer has and an opportunity for I' sldewalls..Blow- a..ay!'' .
living right thinking
1 tub party days it was usually the officers who interfered with that i b offered to men In no other The tongue is the worst part of In
= out
protected -
i a bad servant. Juvenal.,
Earl. '. business. i
.a. Carrying out this Idea a recent I ---:- EVERY. ply bySupertwlst that' the paM
0 Gossip Is always personal confession
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extension bulletin contained ,the word for 43 %;
r. It might be news when a man bites a dog, but when following .-Fanner's Decalogue"; I either of malice or imbecility Cord. More Non-Skid

:,: Doris 'Duke richest girl in the world, marries an American 1. Thou shalt not fall to provide I shun, and it/but the young by the should most thorough not only Mileage at No ,

"(t ,instead of foreign nobility-it is something to get out extras plenty of fresh vegetables for thy culture relieve themselves from aU Extra Cost .' ",

'about.r family. temptation to Indulge in it. It,,Is Just 'say "G-3"
2. not'
Thou shalt fall to
; a low, frivolous and too often a to us and see the
r ol vegetables for winter storage
'' dirty buslnes 'There are country greatest Goodyear
i > It costs more than a thousand dollars a year to light the and line. neighborhoods 'in" 'which it ever built-latest
3. Thou shalt not fall to
capitol dome in Washington. Too bad there isn't a way of plenty'' of vegetables for. canning( grow : rages like a pent!' Churches are SEE OURPRICES edition of the

i\ harnessing up some of that energy that ia wasted in speech- for family use. split in pieces by It .Neighbors ,famous. All DeisNv nt..dl
4. Thou shalt 'not fall to pro are made enemi'e..by it for life.'In blather',world'slargest Oasste rooJ!
making. I.Again
vide fresh fruit for thy family many persons degenerates selling tire hazards.
n' QAn 5, Thou ahalt not fall to pro a chronic dlseaei which la into'l I for 19 year ). Je) '
t exchange says that the news item in a country weekly vide plenty of fresh milk for thy tically Incurable Let the "f A"lnetl life_
cure It while .. .
the/may.-Dr. J
:t, stating that a citizen had moved away would not have caused ,family. Holland. "

,t any commotion but for the fact that it appeared under the vide 6. Thou ahalt not fall to pro- .r
plenty of fresh eggs for thy
'?\ heading "town improvements." family. Nearly 17000000.000 of American ON Register Motor Co.BATTERIES

"MI" "' ... 0 1, Thou ,ahalt not fail to pro- In( foreign money countries.ia privately Invested .

-t n The constitution provides that Supreme Court justices vide family home grown meats for thy ducts

shall hold their offices during good behavior. Their decision 8. Thou shalt not fall;'to ,grow and thy thy livestock labor until have thy been family. ROAD SERVICE-CALL r
"' .upholding his gold policies probably makes Roosevelt think sufficient good feed'for thy live for. '. -
; their behavior is OK.. .stock.. 10. Thou shall keep thy yearnings STARKE FLA.
e Thou shalt not sell the I ,
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