Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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t-blished; 1811 Subscription" .-' For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L.l\IaUhews. Editor and Owner
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.- For Farm RoadBABY

Keeps Promise of Sixty-Six Join Hold-Up 'Cripples Inoperative This j

Early Appointments Here In First Budget,.Sholtz Year, lliatt -

'Week ToldCOMMI8.UONERS Says'INDUSTRY BONDS Project Is Included

co ON SALE HERE AT Department's + '


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Leplng Its promise for earlier I Sixty-six persons In' Starke had Bradford County----'I>{Commissionerejoined Failure of South Florida grow week received a shipment of JOHNS HOPEFUL
(ointment of teachers for next I Joined the All Florida' Committeeat In the hue a.,,1 I cry for Immediate ers and shippers to elect control United States baby bonds which
Jr, the Bradford County School the close of the first week of division'of til* Race Track I committee members will cause the the government hopes will be a -

lid this week announced the the mobilization and plans were funds when, at their Monday meeting Strawberry Marketing Agreement powerful revenue producer at this Chances Good IF .>

tlon of twenty-seven Instruc being made to try to exceed Brad they adopted & resolution de to be Inoperative this season, S. W, time when millions are being spenton Federal Funds

i In the high school here as ford County's quota of eighty-five daring that delayed'allocation "Isthreatening Hiatt specialist with the State recovery programs. ,
1 teachers In all rural schools when'the The bonds will be l Issued in denominations Are Allot ted
at second week ends tomorrow the Baard'of County Marketing Bureau, said In a let- ii
ipt Graham. Vanderbilt Hell Commissioner of Bradford County; ter to the Telegraph this week. of 929, $SO, 9100. 9500 ---- ..

fin and Rising- Workers here met with ready with the shortage of funds: In the This means that as far as the and 91,000 (maturity value), at the There are still a lot of Ifs, ands .::1

ie following faculty members response from almost all persons conduct of its affatrs.'" grower. Is concerned the market I respective dlscouilt prIces of and buts but Bradford County'sroail : .1!:

[the Starke school were named: who were contacted, and although Tho resolution fa'lows in part: Ing of strawberries will be continued 918,79, $37.00. 979. 9379 and 9790. from Starke to the Florida :,:

Gray, principal Mrs. T. T. the All Florida purpose was.new "WHEREAS Under 'the Laws on the same basis as durIng I They. are exempt from Income taxes State Prison Farm Is In the State ,;y.

'g, Mrs, D, p Carpenter. Miss to many they. were ready to coop of said State, Board Of County past seasons aa far aa any Road Department's new budget for fj fjIOOoand
Additional information
about the
el Fernandez,' ,J> H. Benson erate when the advertising pro Commissioners of the several regulations are concerned In connection $/ that Is only the be :.
bonds be had ,
Ernestine Buddington. Bry- gram was explained to them. Counties fc.rev required to make upa with the marketing agree- may by Inquiring ginning It Is Intimated by depart It
the here.COUNCIL.
BeaM ley, Mrs. A. E. Wall, Mrs The purpose of the campaign l I. budget each year of their expenses ment, Mr.. Hiatt continued. postoffice ment officials, J.

Vrklns, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, to raise an advertising fund of for the following,year, at L. L. Conner was elected earlyIn Charley E. Johns, Bradford '

R F, Demorest Miss Hazel 9100,000 for the state through the which''...tine they are, required to the fall by Bradford County] GIVESFree County representative, who attended f,

lleton, Miss Rosalind Jacobs piping up of 100,000 Floridians take lntdtonslderatm" all anticipated growers as the representative on a meeting of the North I '

Edna Strickland. Miss Bun- In one dollar memberships. The sources**!.,revenue in con the control committee but South Florida Road Association In

erkins. Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. fund according to the committee nection wiUt.Hje\ toff"! levy to be Florida. growers balked at tit License Gainesville, Monday, said that Roy : )

I Shuman, Mrs.' N. D. Waln- I plan Is to be used in a nationwide made to meet stUl/f\, budgeted ex- agreement for various reasons and V, Ott road department member. )1.j':

kht, Jr, Mrs; H. C Rltch, Miss advertising program with a pensee, and lit fev' their refusal to elect committee explained the Inclusion of this road ;. I

lallna Hazen, Miss Madge Mtdin. I particular view toward securing R. L. Wright prominent Palatka "WHEREAS. TK.9 Board of members was its death blow. TO FESTIVAL In the budget at such a nominal I
Miss Hazel Adkins. Mrs. Commission 'of Brad- Among other things the that It
bomeseekers and encouraging Industrial County *** agreement sum by saying was placed : I
who died as
lette Klncald. Mrs. Jessie Lee and agricultural development man Saturday ford County FlorklaJiin' making provided for uniform packing there so that more funds might be '
the result of Injuries received whenan -
Lnby. Miss Ruby Lilly Miss up Its budget for-the.year 193439 and grading of fruit and the WILL appropriated for it later-If and ,
automobile In which he was ALSO FURNISH
lie Edwards and Miss Kitty Joseph E. Wilson. Mrs. L. A. did take consideration': the limitation of shipments when con when Federal funds are placed at ,I
overturned here. ELECTRICITY FOR
Led. Mrs. L. A.'Gray Will be Davis, Aj.J. Thomas and R. F, riding near anticipated revenue from race sidered advisable by the Cdhtrol BOOTHS the disposal of the State Road Department. .

toyed as secretary to Mr.e Demorest formed the committee track.money, .and .as a result did Committee. ,

for soliciting membership here. hold its tax levy to a lower mlllage Free licenses and free electricity Appearance of the State Farm

four new teachers on the fa. They urge those who have prom MAN KILLEDNear than would be neo$ ary without for certain booths will again be Road in the new budget Is regarded ij

are Miss Buddington of ised to Join the All Florida organ- the benefit of said race. track money THREE WEEKSLeft furnished to Bradford County's by Mr. John a* the first gUmmer -

ke. Mrs. Shuman, of Lawtey, ization to get in touch with a committeeman Theressa and Strawberry Festival, the City of hope for the eventual hard-

Hazen, of Brooker and Missed and pay dues before the "WHEREAS, The delay. In the Council decided at Its meeting surfacing of this Important high

of Starke, end of the week. disbursement of said race track Tuesday night way. The 99,000 I I. definitely not < l1\U\

achers In other county schools Those who have already paid IN WRECKPROMINENT money until April 16th. 1935, Is A committee from the local Am. I, Intended for grade maintenance, Was

announced* follows: their membership fees are: A. J. seriously crippling the Board of FOR FILINGONLY erican Legion Post appeared before was at first supposed and will ."'

wtey: A. E.. Maxwell, Mrs.en Thomas. Dea Week Wilson. Mrs Public Instruction, of Bradford the Council and explained that bl transferred to some other pro- .V!

Perkins Mrs.; L: H. Hill Alma BalD, W. Pw.Smith;;' E. K. PALATKA County Florida,; tar'the 'financial there would be no gambling devices ,feet if not supplemented by other i.

Blanch Edwar .r Mis* Willie ferryman, W J. Epperson, A. J.Griffls MAN FATALLY conduct of its affairs and Is or Bother objectionable feature funds. It was stated to the Brad- ..

Hlnson Mrs.. Joyce' Fetch W. L. Wall H. S. Harvey INJUREDR. threatening the Board of County 324' HAVE during the celebration this ford representative. :

Lucile Beck. Mrs. Eunice KelImpton T. J.. Griffin Mia Annie Darby Commissioners of 8..adford County ,,APPLIED FOR year; -" Although -this road Is not a ;

rs..L..ILJrntcb, _.' Lk>y*>-JGren;; ''BfcH.:"Smith,' L ." Lr'Wright, of" Palatka, was :'Florida with-arf ;gihortage of ,EXEMPTIONBut Henry Grlffls, local farmer appeared Federal aid project, a certain ..

: Lester Sponholtz H.igglns B. Silcox, E., W. Hayes N. D. killed and Miss Gladys Thompson, fund In the conduct of Its affairs, three week now at the meeting and put Ina amount of Federal appropriation \
remain in
Mr." Floy Sullivan Watnwrlght. Dr E.: L.'Biggs, E.: _C. of Tallahassee and James A. Ellis now therefore i plea that the city reimburse him may be used on lateral roads Mr. I

|Miss Cleo Saxon.. Long, Mrs. Edward Burns Mr*. of Jacksonville, were InjuredIn "BE IT RESOLVED BY THIS which homestead to file applications' for for' a mule said to have fallen Johns was given to understand.) i I
exemption Tax; Assessor "
oker:' H. Morgan G. E."Mcey Anne H. Dltteau, Mrs. Margaret an automobile accident near BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- through a hole in a bridge. Also Included In the new,budgetat
N. warned this
Mrs. Edna Prevat, Missed Jackson Mrs. Bertha Pringle Miss Theressa about 7 o'clock last Sat SIONERS OF BRADFORD COUN- The council took the position 99,000 was a road from Bapp to ,J.
week he announced that to
Morgan and Mrs. J. P. Beverly Cady.Mrs. Jean Darby D. urday night. TY, FLORDIA That the Honori this: time 324 blanks up that had Mr.. Grlffls been on his Vfacclenny which would b* aa extension :> ,;

Irta. Carl Smith Miss Harriet Rltch.Mlaa Sheriff W. J. Epperson, who Investigated abe| Dave Sholtz, Governor, and have been filled application out In his office. mule at the time he might have of the road front, her to f\

iw River: H.. C. Brown. .and Melba Cllcox. Mrs. Dorothy the accident said that ha: Honorable J. M. Lee, Comp- However, there1 are many more just cause for complaint. However the Stat. Farm

Mattie Norman. Epperson Dr. F. G. Bratley, J. L. the automobile was evidently trav troller, ,be and they are hereby, who will not be eligible for It was stated the mule was )
Silcox, O. M. Slstrunk. W. A. elling south at a high rate of speed most respectfully urged to disburse exemption just wandering aimlessly around '
mlng teachers In the Graham : unless they file their applications -
pi I has not yet been complete Stern. H. E. Priest,' Carl Johns, and that tire tracks showed that the race track money from before Aprl Ibvh*.:said. and the hole was far out on the STOCK MEN; .' 1 1HId
Hammond Miss Abble Miss who was driving tbesama Is avail ', end of 1
Thompson the
knd appointments for Vander. Sidney time to time* The law provides that the heads bridge, w ere no sensible .
i Hellbronn and Rising were Harley. Albert Hartman. N. D. must have let the car hit the left able in the State Treasury, and of a family may get exemption mule would have walked, ) <,., i A, .f fI

Lade inasmuch as these threeIs Wainwright, Jr.. H. C. Wall, Don- hand shoulder of the road. The most urgently Implored not to de- upon'his homestead up to 99,000, anyway. ., I

will vote'on consolidation ald MacQueen, E. C. Priest Charley machine turned over almost nose- (Continued on Page Eight) provided however, that the property What clinched the case against

1112. E. Johns, Magnolia Hotel, J. B. first, and all three occupants were "Is! contlgiously situated and Mr. GrIffis was the fact that In a BIG M TiNjJ( :; J

e following! letter was madeof Alexander, Rita Theatre J.' J. thrown some distance from thewrecks&e. does not consist 'of more than 100 moment of despair at being unableto .

the record in the minutese Jones, W. E. Bryant. Bank of CAR STOLENTue.cIa acres of land outside the corporate get the mule out of the ditch. .fr '1"foIl't.

board and is published with Starke, F. F;Stump Hoover Bros., An ambulance call was sent, In limits of a city'or'town or more' be i had generously offered to give
nowledge of the teacher in- C. H. Naeworthy. B. Jacobs, L. A. and Mr. Wright was brought here than a haif-acre within the' corporate he animal to anyone who could JOHNS TO. '

d In the letter and who was Davis A. M. Darby, W. Hv, Hart. for treatment but died several limit',. get; It on dry land again. A passerby HEAD ORGANI :
J. M. Mitchell. D. P. Carpenter N. hours later of head Injuries. It accepted the offer and the ZATION't
ntlnued on,,Pag* Eight 'City: Clerk Cart Johns Is also seCelving' -
F. Guilford W. M. Edwards; J. W. I* stated that he was thrown FROM TORODE'SNEW : applications for exemption Council held that Mr. Grlffls could I '},t
Hardware Com feet from the automobile at think his mule If he
Morgan. Bradford thirty from city taxes.CATS not much of Organization of the Bradford h.,
pany. J M. Alvarez, O. W. White.N.8ternbel'l' the time of the wreck and that ..... parted with him so easily. I and Union Farm and Livestock Association
Dickinson and head struck a cement culvert. ( ACIi -
C. L. his TAKEN FROM was perfected at' the ,
H. L. Hale. The body' was taken to Palatka, HAVE .Roof BlazeThe court house her Saturday after Ii
where funeral services were held GARAGEA VERY CLOSE CALL i
Bradford > fire truck wa called out noon with Charley E. John elected J

ODD ACCIDENT Monday. new Chevrolet coach wa stol Jr.aIda.Y."fternoon, : by a small president by a Jammed court room (
Mr. Wright was a former Palat WHEN HUNTERS DISCUSS
en from the show room of the Toi i roof blafv see the T. J. Griffin home of persons Interested In proposal J
CUTS MAN'S LEG ka banker and had lately been employed I 'ar .. GAME CONSERVATION, expected to came when the
HEADJiST office at rod Chevrolet' Coenua"y .1 ? on Tenth Street.. The fire was exmgmshed. up leC'I
at the .... Urn during 'Jueed9.DJCI1t. over'' Bradford ,by ehemlcala and the lalatur goes Into eloo IB':April.C. .
WIRE CAUGHT ON TRUCK ......1 Cat''earw/Vir! ,
tile State Capital a* a special >w wwas
far have beat usable A. Robert,,of E.aMo Bua.. ;
PROVES: DANGEROUS i and police *o- .1 Cbety'mu.t ha. horsed KoIIda7 .itlgtttgr was covered by insurance.
LIEF PERCENTAGE: tor. ..fled any"treei .t the m'se .. A bias tat almost the chosen vtce-pretldeitt W. -.I.,
MLer Thospeos .......... ,.. night .;.feline* were roundly !
HERB STILL. A trange aocUeafcoeewrred .cut wt other IAJUIM.1 ...; ., Jie siii.r* -7' Ise: 7rkrt: .'... s vwvlr .Tee ,nt.nd' 'tIIr ....rai week. agesADULT and A. To Theme., raoreMF sea nti
and berdrd ere sod k fora. pnpoesdl by MM
LSABfl' I sad Mr. Emm: wa eat l'wa.
sditneln d retary. Aa executive committee
pie.. bsls9hsr erica dbhogjLg about the head.' Soon after the accident n.-cta- nas+rerdsnt't+ members +Of the Fish and Game .
from the rear end of a moving th* coach a Mack standard model Club to appointed eompoeed'of one
Jacksonville organise shooting partiesto CLASSES
i forty'-per cent of Its they were taken! to a the representative from each of ,
truck, wrapped around the leg of from the show room Into g* our and eight
patrol highway plug
lation dependent upon general Dave Silcox. filling station operator hospital where their condition rag department and out.of a sid tabbies INCREASE Bradford County voting precinct
wandering on eight.
Bradford County continuedd In two.Mr. Is said to be Improving. opened from Use aDd one from five Union Countyprecinct.
almost cutting it In which the door..whlcla-w.* Local cat win never know how ,
the state at the end of 1934. his The automobile '" DISCUSSED AT MEETING *.
8Ucox was locking up Inside.
Lose came to death, but It
(ling to figure* prepared.byepartment trio were riding I* one of the most not HELD WEEK :'.
pump for the plght when-he heard that. ha resulted Lou of..th* wiUMbU wa was finally decided that wholesale LAST Amoa'4 the prominent speaker
.of re.o.rcptpd .strange humming note and be complete wrecks accident near her re. discovered until the building "was cat shooting while undoubtedly In an effort to raise attendance who were present to address th* '
tics from
of the Florida Emergen- for he discovered Its source the any of It escaped: opened for biistaes>> Wednesday a conservation measure might at the Adult School here the meeting were: Senator. H. 8. MoKenzl -'
lief part
AdmlnUtratloB.. around his )* Mr.8Ucox7. cently. Police la surrounding ha offered to and H.
wire had coiled ( and It I* considered almost morning. incur too much enmity among petover county pay gasoline Representative If. ;
> figure represent decline that he grabbed hold damage were immediately notified and oil of Fernslde. of Putnam
total loss by local garagemen towns *, and the matter wee. drop. expense anyone County; Representative -
: per cent under the figure of'the pump to keep from being 'I a and description: of the car wa ped. who use his automobile to- bring : C. Wesley Larson ,of1

> end of November when th.tare dragged behind the truck and that broadcast over station WRUF, It wa definitely decided by the a group of six or more person to I Keystone Height, and Senator J. ;
of Bradford' populaendent the not wire continued slipping .Prominent Vl ttor Gainesville club to ask for local legislation. attend caaat: the high school Slater Smith. and Sheriff John .

,on relief stood at around hI. leg until It reached the W. B. Bishop of Montlcello. candidate W. E. Torode. Chevrolet agent losing Saturday and Sunday to building her. HaIL of Green Cove Spring; Senator 7

(our. end. It burned and cut a place to for the next Speaker of the her, says that there wa very UtI all hunters In this county and to .This action wa decided upon at J.' M. Mann and Representlv -

[the present time ,Monroe I the bone about a finger widthtwothirds 'House of Representative,. Senator I tie gasoline in the automobile. but require non-resident. to pay a reg- a mass meeting Thursday night of Nat Robert, of Lake Butter, ,

ad Santa Rosa Counties :: of the"way, around his I B. D,.Clark, al o of MoottceHo, inquiry at local all nlgtt. filling tratlod .fee.of a .dollar twenty- last week for the purpose of eonaId.rlD" and Representative John D. Dug-i \ ;,1

Bradford with forty-two. I i leg he, said.Yancey' and Fred Con, of Lake City who I.taUom failed to disclo' that anyone five cents of which, will go to the suggestion for Increasing gel': of Macclenny. '.:
-eight and thirty-eight per ''WUIIa L8O driver of tile .expect to tie a candidate for Governor who might haver* been the recorder and eventy-flv cents to attendance at the classes her. B. J. Alderman Jr.. of Grandin. N'

[respectively. Broward. wither !truck. was accompanied by J. B. m. the next election, were i thieve had bought gasoline her the public school fund Mia Gwendolyn Buddlngtoa, secretary of a similar organisation .r
cent and Franklin with .Silcox. nephew of th*>.ruling station .- vI.ltorsID Stark last Saturday, Tuesday. nlghU, _uL_ a one of the teacher In the school. in Putnam County and B. J..AI,1,-.
I'' cent showed the lowest man. They bad driven in .--. A brand new master sedan. Pastor Makes RequestEvery stated that attendance must be erman, Sr., of Melrose, were also>
lions of relief dependent in from the State Farm Road and Begin Laying Rock landing in front of the door doubled If the classes are to be >rent. '1"

ate. had turned right at the filling station -I through which the stolen car was member of the Methodist continued jn Starke. The school The next meeting of the assocla-, .

total number of dependentsstate to come Into town. Neither; Th McLeod Construction Com- driven, was pushed' aside. Evidently Church Is urged to make a special will operate through June If given lon will be held In Lake Butler at 1.'

declined from 323,622: of the boy. know how the wire pany began laying rock' Tuesday the thieves thought It wouldbe effort to b* present Sunday necessary: support here.and In outlying a date to be announced, later.
on the Road 13 cut-off around less dangerous to take the more The to districts.
morning. pastor expect .
[ end of November to 809.670 about a half a mile long caught and i
J end of December the fig- onto the truck but think It must Hampton, between Starke the Inconspicuous standard model. make a check-up on the membership In urging more people to attend Strawberry Shipments .
|how have been broken off of'I. low Alachua County line. By yester- and hopes that every member the classes Miss Buddington
line by the tall truck day more than a mile had been Douglas ConvictedCharley who live In "Stark will be aid that there I Is no charge andtba' Strawberry shIpment. remainedat
i the telephone
advent of the strawberIn i laid, company officials,said. Douglas, upon hi* own present. He want each member course are being given In a low ebb this week with only ;

1 In this county It I* ex1 -i body. unable to confession, wa* convicted last who has been coming regularly to' ending, writing, arithmetic, spell- 101) crate moving out by express d

by the local administration I Mr. Silcox has been accident Far".lnereauThe week of killing J. L. (Fate) Matthew I pick out and bring some member ng... English and civic relations. since Thursday of last week. Be't

I sharp decline relief will be madePercentage I be at his station It dace will probably the be number'of farm In,Bradford ., prominent Bland landownr. whO ha not been attending recent-II Classes meet'ID the study hall at cause of the scarcity of fruit priceswere ; .

[T reo of depend-I occurred and before he I able to walk County at the present Urn in his home December. 'The ly. Easter will soon be her and the high school building dally from reported to b*> fairly high '"o

Comparative failure of I some time of crutche* I I. 947 a* compared with Ml to193O. jury brought In a verdict.of first he want this church to b* ready I 1:30 to ':30 o'clock la the after averaging around tea cent a pint fJ,
wberry crop for the past without the to, sv preliminary I degree murder with a recommendation for it when It arrives. Visitor and noon and from 7 to .9 o'clock at Grower* estimate that U.will, b*:

f aaon the 1* given as an explanf -j fisheries In the announcement. according by the 1939"'Agricultural -: of mercy. and Douglas waaentenced friends are Invited to be with usa ] Igftt, Was Buddington and Miss. the test week la March before pro- oS'1

: la high proportion of_diy The only sponge In Florida. Census. to life imprisonment I ';the** service Hope Haynes are Instructors. |I uctlon.reaches: .any volume here. ;pp i;
thi* county. ..United .State. are .. JNt.1' :1t it'.
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By Special Live Items Must Reach I ITelegrapl&lVrlter ,
Community Happenings I

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BROOKER HAMPTON ZIFF Cox were attending to business In attended and all reported a very SAXTON the home of Mr end Mrs. PI

,i Miss Vera Oaliiey, ( :' '.. ----1 MI. Ada Na....... Correspondent. Miss I..In M.. LsIs, C..n..t Gainesville Saturday. fine time. Mr*. W. A. Tiler. C..rr...po.d*. mer in Lawtey Friday night :

f ... Services were conducted at Rock We are very sorry to report little Rev. Lyle and Mrs. Marlon
Mrs. Mary Fuller, of Johns Services were conducted at De- O. L. Brown of Double Run was pad
Peanut Hulling Church last Saturday and Sundayby Maxie Reddish ill at this writ. dish and Mrs. Fred
town, New York, who has been the dan Church Saturday and Sundayby the dinner guest of his son-in-law Moore were
J'' Mrs. Q. E McGauley entertained Pastor Rev. Lloyd Johns of We wish him speedy recov visitors to
ing. a Evergreen
Mrs. W. Friday .
guest of her slater, Mrs. Mattie Pastor Rev. O. E. McGauley.Mr. and daughter Mr. and aft
Thursday afternoon with a "pea. Anna Ward, left this week for and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Graham. ery.Mr. Tyler Sunday. ernoon.
nut hulling" at her home. After the -
and Mrs. Wade Gaskina and
she will Charles Howe of
Daytona Beach where Hicks will Lawtey
Friends of Rev. E. L.
hulled delicious refreshmenta SODS L. O. and Johnnie,Mrs. W. up 1
peanuts were upend a few days sight-seeing after BOATDRAIN children and Mrs. Jean Gasklns the week-end here with his
is -
I" served the hos M. Hodges were visiting in Jacksonville be glad to know he slowly father
were by Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin Correspondent and daughter Vergie pent the Jack at the '
which she will return to her Sunday. after a brief case of in Howe CCC camp
Misses Juanlta Mc-
teas assisted by
week-end in Jacksonville the guestsof
I' Gauley, Etelle Mott and Clarissa home. Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville Joe Griffis and'son, Joe Jr., of relatives. ,fluenza.J. Mesdames H. F. Redding ana
Waters. Prizes were awarded to Rev. Lyle will preach at the In spending: a while here with Clay County were visiting Mr. and C. Dixon of Lawtey was a vis- Russell Redding Mere vlsitin.
wP :Mlas Beulah Lewis and Mrs. Gertrude Baptist Church next Sunday morn her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Arch Prevatt and Albert Grlffla Miss Martha Crawford spent itor here Saturday.Mr. Mrs. J. S. Rosier Sunday.
ing and evening. Sunday night at Woodlawn the Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Peels
Waters for hulling the most Thomas. Sunday and Mrs. J. K. Degolla and n.ij!
lyi peanuts. Those present on this occaslon I Miss Kathryn Weest. who is I, Miss Hazel Thomas and Miss Lulu I Rev. L. A.. Donnely of Clay and guest leva of Milliard.Misses Geneva Juanita children of Jacksonville spent last children were visiting B. E, (RJ.
I sler and mother
n were: Mrs. Gertrude Wa- taking a course in Beauty Culture Mae Lewis spent last Sunday at ; County was visiting at the home week here with his parents Kev. Sunday
ters, Mrs. S. M. Mott Mrs. Lily I at Gainesville spent the week-end Graham with Mrs. Irvin Dyal. of R. L. Lee Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mrs.J. and Mrs. E. L. Hicks. NEW{ RIVERMrs.
fl Cone. Mrs., A. J. Plnholster Mrs. with her mother, Mrs. Thomas L. Gasklns and A. J. Yarbor- Mrs. Lizzie Tyler and children O. E. Crosby CorreHpondrni
J. W. and .
Padgett daughter and Mrs. Robert Jones were
R. M.: Galney Mrs. L, D. Polk, Brown. ough spent Sunday. at Water Oak
Sunday with her daughter,
Miss Orleon spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Arnold Grlf- large i
the guests of Elder and Mrs E. N. Quite a number from
Mrs. Vance Russ, Mrs. Earnest The'large two story building Summer. out
Mrs C. C.
with Mrs. Lonnie Mann and daughter fis this past week.
Russ, Mrs. Livingston Russ, Mrs. which belonged to A. A. Durden Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. B. Batten made a community enjoyed the commence
Miss Elva.
d B. F Hazen Mrs. L. R. Waters. and J. H. Saxon, burned this.week Jessie Silcox was visiting Mr. Misses Geneva. leva and Juan. business trip to town Saturday. ment exercises given at Water Oak
a Mrs. 0. B.' Colsen Mrs. L. R. Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Fuller were Clyde Kelley was attending to and Mrs. R. L, Lee Sunday. Ita Hilliard of Woodlawn were visiting Bessie and Lulu Tyler were visiting school Friday night.
? Galney, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. E. shopping in Gainesville this week. business In Starke Thursday after. Remember services at China Miss: Thelma Gaskina Sunday Llllle Bell and Llnna Dell Mr. and Mrs.M. Cummings It
1'' J. Hazen, Mrs. A. E. McICInney. noon. Grove Church Saturday night, afternoon. Davis Sunday.; Jacksonville were visitors in out
Mrs. Florence Varnndoe, r.nd Mlss- Senator and Mrs. T. G. Futch, Harley Shaw was attending to Sunday and Sunday night. Every Mr., and Mrs. L. J. Norman and --+-.- community last week.J. .
fe* Ludebla Pinholstcr Beulah and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futch all business In Gainesville Saturday. body welcome. daughter Cleo, and Joe Marr, of L, Johns was visiting in Lab
of visited Mr. J. J. Bran EVERGREEN
Lewis and Vera CaineyConmlencement Leesburg Henry Shaw was visiting rela Highland were visitors here Sun- Butler Sunday.
nen and family last'Sunday tives at LaCrosse recently.Mr. BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mr.. 'r. A. lloMrr. Correspondent Mr., and Mrs. S. L. Crews and

Exercises O. G. Pearce who have been located and Mrs. Irvin Dyal and day.The "Germany" ball plays of Mr. and MrsTwT: : H. Rosier and baby were visitors In Starke Sal
ifk Friday night of last week, nine In the M. L. Watterson cot. Mr. Wesley Dyal of Graham was In M... L. Cmklnii. CorrespondentMiss this place all went to Heilbronn children of Gainesville and J. M. urday.J. .

pupils graduated from the ninth tage near the Highway has recently our section Friday. Martha Crawford and bro Sunday afternoon and played Water Rosier of Woodlawn were visitingB. R. and H. B. Kelly and Rag.
grade of the Brooker Junior High moved to the Christian par- Mrs. W. M. Hodges of Brooker ther, Robert entertained several of Oak Specials on their diamond. E. Rosier and mother Sunday dolph Crosby of Rising seeds!
L School three girls and six boys. sonage, south of the Christian spent last week-end here with her their friends Saturday night witha The Germans defeated the Specials afternoon. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. 1

They were: Lucille Webb, Beatrice Church. sinter, Mrs. J. W. Lewis. pound party. Games were en- 9 to 8. The Specials will meet the Miss Pauline Rosier is spending Crosby Saturday night.
Cassel, Janie Mae and Randolph Mrs. James Gnann and daughterof Mr and Mrs. J. W. Lewis, Mr. joyed until a late hour when refreshments "Germans" here next Sunday week several weeks with her aunt. Mrs. Our school closed Friday aft!
Ti Quarrels, Dan Hazen, Clifton Polk Gainesville has been visitingMrs. and Mrs. Harley Shaw were visiting were served and later March 17.Florida. Leaton Morgan near Starke an eight months successful ten:
Ovid Lewis J. W. Kelley. and Gnann's sisters, Mrs. M. C. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann Sun the guests were Invited into the Louise and Bernard Rosier attended I I with H. C.' Brown and Ming Lea
Phillip McNeal. Sweeney, and Mrs Claude May, day.Clyde parlor where music was enjoyed Is the largest producerof the class party given for Belle Shepard of Starke. as tend
A large audience attended the and her father J. Vernon Jones. Kelly Horace Stokes, Joe until a late hour. A large crowd! cattle in the east. the Lawtey School graduation at ers

'* gram graduating rendered exercises.during the The evening pro- I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES"A Matter Of Being Able To Take It ---By POP MOl\IANDI

%r was as follows:

j Sang "America"------.Audience A FINS MESS AND THAT RCMNSID&-Ma:: nr;; Ftiirj;
y Invocation _Rev. G. E. McGauley -n-ose ROUGHNECK MY HUSBAND! MB vSVTCnMOSt ED ',f r ri.'*',
tt' Class Hlstory.Ovlcl Lewis FKUEMDS OF "TOURSIADB TMATS BUMS e%EAKi I.JP OUR.INfKt(1, : < SoMSTHilMCr I a eTt;:
Class Prophecy _. ...__ Randolph OP TMIS MOUSB! WHAT Mt2 FURMITuRB ANt CMOrsi'T TRY TOTwert ,, %:"'F"raroP :' rwiiiui Teus rta xtQBTTER > L.i C'MOisJ lisl, Al_ !!
? Quarrels WBLJ.II' XT CALMbH'TH&Yt MGrCINIS 1 wMtucei! L. is tl; rf: HIDE ZI TMERB'S FLQWTf

f D 1RM > MA /6 t'sAIDes THAT. Jeu..YFISHj: ;} ** ANO I op ROOM FOR,
Class Will__.-Janle Mae Quarrels .
{ .,4 SORRY" "..:'%rv&: :!i. ,, WIDE QUICKLY! OMB frWRB, ."1
Graduation __Junior Hi Girls
i Song ) en;; t _
,t'- : :: .
r Introduction of Speaker____....._ r I I "wtG
d ._.._________Prof. H. B. Wiggins : ); :Itl ': ,il I

a Address__._Hon. L. F.: Chapman 1 r tyT ..
Awarding of Diplomas __________ < :, ""
: '::
__.___,________ Supt. A. J. Griffis .' ';\ ..ir... <."n'.. ;

Benediction The "Florida__Prof. H.. B. Wiggins! I. : ,;.";g, ,;;}. I ( -

Players" from + ;;,) <8"1'"
.; Jacksonville will present a program ie
in the Brooker School auditorium a

i Friday evening, March 8, ., *. 1'
j beginning at 7:30. Admission will
wk be ten and fifteen cents. 1 iii iIi
fOP //'IQ11I1N9. Z-ii.
l Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and '-,
{ children of Jacksonville were visiting
s her parents Mr and Mrs L. R. I THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Proud D ddl

Caioey.her a.Sunday. ._ ..... ,.,""" "I., J .
Mi;:"and*'Mrs. Steve Brannen and JHt. (vie STRAIGHTENED UP "

children of. Lake Butler spent Sun I fY-Ct.PT Inw.v1H1114G;: \: IN. reitsoNM.VMS "NOOSE.oo // p D 1'M ALL r5iii okj''f'' '

day here as 'guests of her sister PAPERS' AND BEWOHGINQSu. / j tHaouaNp : :

tl, Mrs. J, J. Morgan.; \-.,,, you' TAX A CARE -X-S iiilt NEYS '
Q. :nt I
Elder L. D. Johns of
I : Graham

? spent'Sunday, here as guest of Mr. YEA NNTLL ; WLI
apd' Mrs, H. P. Galney. (: OWMONCYr /

H. P. Galney, A. L. Crosby, R. T f "

A Osteen. Mrs. Alice Thomas,. and I 4 e y e
Mrs. J. J. ;Morgan\ were transact- jzTqY I) 1 4'

ing business In Starke Monday.. I4

Mrs. R. W Brannen and daughter :
Pauline spent last week-end
VF' here as guest of her parent, Mr. I. ,
,y; and Mrs. It. P. Galney.

r' Mr: and Mrs L..' L. Morgan and ,. : :- :, e
q children of Tampa spent last week e e
end here with friends and rela .. rie
f: tives. They were accompanied
!I Is -c
F home by Miss Mildred Morgan who -7 O i.
was a member of the school faculty s Y Melts ==o::']> sl'I
here. '""
A large crowd from here motored s
"7 to the airport at Starke Sunday (IT
Q afternoon. AT-


THERESSA ny L. b. Van Zeln
r. 0. ial9a u Y OP SelMa Hlel CIIIC"'IU't cleAaS, TOeAtC _
_,I.. .Ilbiid Krlclrr, fnrrenpondrnt 4 iP I ut t Y i UZ., DAMDeLwMS MASH JUST CAME 111 ETATgMlRY CAM 3'uT IXIMAT WOULD 5HE'4' TMATMYSTERlQUft .
t Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Milligan MAIN Tl1elT"g HAPPEN IF T1IE\ MAIM 4L t) "BABY MJHO'I BEEN OLD P tNT CAN4 TO TRA E

tu.. visiting Mrs. Mllllgnn's parents, I BREAK ?. I'D HATE[ ROCKWELL'4114MT(
$ .1>fr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan in SHOC ?
';r Theressa Sunday evening. MELTS & YOU'D TO TEtLYA SHE'S F _

"7 D. J., Phillips and daughter Hael WATERS FLOOD FLOAT ? a LITRE
c p IIt A Bra i i
+. were visiting relatives In Jack. STREETS r __ USCHKB,
aonvllle Sunday.Mr. M'f3TEQI The BarAOTI4T
and Mrs.'A. Youngblood and G
g \
on. Vester. of Waldo were visit- 111 vA1NT
Ing Mr. Youngblood'i brother andIsterlnlaw SET .IN & 1UCNED MAIN t u n u

'd+ Mr, and Mrs. C A, STREET INTO SUCH A u T00

Youngblood! Saturday. ", FLOOD MAT TUB MALE

Ad Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and daughters GEtrnZ'f FOUND IT NEC -4
Rhoda and Ruth visited the Ra- iSSAQ'f TbBZAN' POQT lelaMrsp.

r'' nine! Gardens In Palatka Sunday. TrlE HV4TECKXJ4 FAT: 1_. +..I mo"-. Tu

t )(r. and Mrs H. D. May spent lAtff ACC045 *.

/. Sunday in Jacksonville visiting aAA PtAMU.

Mr. and ,Mrs Dan )Yr11/aAleeMl.... s
Leper's son r ...
wbo was born January 28. has -- U.Bv'.Char .-{_ .

teen>> named Franklin Delano; he DOROTHYDARNTT .

has I four grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs. D. P. Loper of Georgia and 4McM anus
j Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey of +Y ruuMV PsP N VWIOH TO
Theressa and four INTO
> >foOH HAT 'A.T C:UV'5 "NAT
4 parents Mr. and Mri. E. S. Loper THE A>40 ", NO cowl '
k ol Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Yo 'LLCIVBME p AND COAT 81. WTW WHILE FITS: dtltlT

Trlest ot Theressa and one great. MY HAT ? SAL1< 1 ANNoub&CYbu& ;
i great-grand parent. Mr. I. H. Kelsey CcT I vs/MsIT To
of Crawfordvllle Ind. .cuT
Miss Ida Hagan was attending I r; e rL

;n, to business In Starke Monday. e ;

A. L. Sullivan was transacting
business in Starke Monday.

.'l Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest and f
P children of Brooklyn was visiting
d, Mr. THeiCs parent. Mr. and Mrs.
r T. B. Trlest here Sunday. [ c\zDw'

Mr. Thompson of Starke was _
visiting friends here Sunday.Mr. _
and,Mrs. J. Walter Zeigler ,
,u and Mr. C. Lester Zclgler all of
Miami are visiting their pedants
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler few
ays this week.

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iUDY. _-= ',_' .._____ __ ._ ._ .

Boys Basketball air e A

. Bradford High School l Journal: Team-Is Defeated : ; 1

B. II. S. Bojii TaMe Defeat at the

Hands of Lake Butler, 88-10 ,
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The entering of our boys' basketball .
STAFF History And English B. H. S. Wins TwoContests team Into.the tournament at ', ,

.CAIxL-----Dorothy- Sap Classes Make Jacksonville last Saturday came
Trip In Jax
Jltol-m InChlet.Rob. ..,
to an untimely,end about ten o'-
___ Irma Stockwel To Our Oldest City; -- clock in the morning.We f
Editor I .
) JiIfi Bradford Students Win Essay and '
LunlaeeHn were outclassed in the first -
'I hEditorA.-w rIrt -Sidney_ 'Hersh 'let?, Students See All the Sights Am Quart.* Contest elimination bout when we were Chapter Two leered put at him from every bush. oa a career as an author.. Ha>

: r.-nt-Bdltor-A.r j"AJnr: Eat Lunch at Beach beaten 23-10 by Lake Butler The I .I But' finally there were the Dover listened Intently to Agnes' words of .I',
In the Interscholastic contests encouragement."But .
Reporterjilmaiy reason for this was that only one- THE DOVER ROAD cliff with Aunt Betsy' cottage
and France* Citdmni held In the Duval County armoryin time' act In the midst of a well-kept I hall miss you Ilk my ; I
fourth of
Mrs. Lazenby's history II and the team arrived in '
SYNOPSIS! lAura David Cof "
Jacksonville last Saturday, green. She was, at the moment encaged right band h* said solemnly 1 it
English II B classes enjoyed a trip to play so many of our best men lewd
Bradford High won first place In .*rtald.atnrl a ftad In furious combat with three shall always want to confld In you. t
EDITORIAL to St. Augustine last Monday. Wi were not in the game. The boys Hlk ..* mother In a pleasant trespassing donkey boys David Agnes. I,
two events.In "
poise Is a quality that we al left Starke on :Mr. Brown's school had had very little practice. cottage al JHundrsfon, Sngland. watched In terror a* she swooped They stopped outside the office: ';\ .'
for and want. Some people bus at 8:65: o'clock. We went byway ; the essay contest on "The Maybe we'll have better luck Hi* motMr Had "married down on them and chased them I of Uriah HMD, Wlckfleld'. clerk, i
rive essential but Horizon." Jessie Mae Brannen Mr. tlurd.to.. whoad to fen
think poise Isn't of Penney Farms and Greet next year. away as they noticed Wlckfleld signing "
ay will give you self-control, calm Cove Springs and arrived In St. (twelfth grade) won first place .-.... rori&d. hor, *". Sad de.dI year But looking up at one of the a legal paper a* Uriah's' urgent re. i u
ease serenity, dignity, are Augustine at 10:10.: We went to among scores of others. PERSONALITIES Infer David Ace been **nf lo window b* saw a Jolly jraybalredgentleman queer Then her father tumbled :;
work toarefcoua
London to in a '
.ss unnecessary Fort Marion and secured a guide who milled and) winked away and Agnes quickly moved oft
from In the contest our 1
eedom quartet quar- and to lodg. wttft I** gay, ir. bis after him,
ralnt. We may establish poise to show us through. After 1hc tet composed of Mildred Hundley, Keeffee Hiirrrll responsible Afloawabr In ,,,. .y. grotesquely encouraged ;
David lit tie.H ;
overcoming habits of tensity guide had shown us through the Simeon Phillips, Frances HemIngway Keeffee Harrell one of our star la tier's Aou.. now, iir Ifieaw David walked casually Into the :
Impulsiveness and Th different rooms she left us to ourselves Sidney Hershfleld. won football heroes, is next on our list .rr, MtirA loud CH., Is about 10 started talking rapidly In | office. "You" seem to be very busy k,
breaths one breath h* told her the whole these days As laid trying to catch ,
rhythmicalhurry. with the request that we be first "Rock of of senior personality sketches. He commit "Cl:1d.:
of long place. They sang
king unhappy story, from the time a glimpse of the paper In Uriah ; :
hether you are speaking in ordl. quiet and that each and everyone Ages. Is nineteen years old, weighs 170 hi* mother bad died. Aunt Betsy 'band. Uriah bowed with oily sub- ,.

conversation or upon a public of us register on a large book they These contests were sponsored pounds, was born at Sapp Florida gasped, "Bless my soul alive'I" then ervlene. then handed him a letter ,}
atfoim ry conduces to poise and! had for that purpose. We wandered by the Parent Teachers Association (a turpentine settlement). At this, Mr. Mlcawb, David scooped him up, brought him Into that bad Just come "
and the children ran
se. around on the top of the tort for, of the Andrew Jackson High Some of his likes are: football, Mr Hlcawber.... waving a pape? i the house and distractedly ran The next minute, David wa out
at all times and up- fifteen or' twenty minutes after School. basketball, baseball, blondes chemistry dramatically with one hand and about trying to minister to him the door making for the Sun Inn.

The position occasions should be unaf. which we went Into the souvenir We reprint here the winning essay debating .chill, swimmingand pulling at his neck-cloth and flour I,I' The man at the window entered for the letter was from the Mlcll_ ;i i

all must not only ap- room and the museum. After we jokes: dislikes are: conceited Iching a large razor with the other the room and winked at David bers
cted. You but be at ease. Poise left the fort we separated Into people, physics, history, brunettes, "A bmmon." beetled wildly In a I again Aunt BelAY looked at him Arrived there Mloa-vi-er<< gave him ;1
at ease "Now Mr Dick don't b* a fool vociferous welcome "Coppsrfteid
ar "This Is the end'A a "
overcome little peUnrlties two groups. One went to Took the TUB HORIZON sissies, and "fair weather" friends.He voice of agony '
help you to because nobody can be more d la- Companion of my youth' There ,
\11 that call attention tcurself. town over and the other went to By Jessie Mao Brunnen, 12th grade is a member of Glee Club, summons for debt' He waiting I creel than you when you choose"i were enthusiastic greetings on all ;
take m* to prison"MFarwell i
Everyone has his in- see the Old School House. When We see on the far horizon a picture Debating Club, Book Club Basketball outside to Emma. Farewell my She sketched David story and lidos Mlcawber now displayed the '':t

viduallty, and he should seek to both groups returned to the bus of the future-tomorrow. After team and B. Club children." I asked what to day :, advertising columns of a new. .I..j 1\
to develop it. but not it was time for dinner. We started being buffeted about for so i ''-'''' the Mr Dick sucked his thumb and paper 'i 1
and head In
tarn the lines of peculiarities.Placing for the beach but, much to oui long on the stormy sea of expert Jitnteit. Hair door Cllckttt"It isn't popped an her officer It slot looked at David vacantly "Do* "You see Copperfleld' your friend I j
>ng 19 1917. in Palatka,, Do* I .bouldh. had sudden Heep has been good enough to
On a
the head upon one side, consternation, discovered that we ence we find ourselves in a changed August nobody He's gone" : I
forward, twisting had not purchased enough plates, world where are realized the Fla., a baby boy with black hair Mlcaw- inspiration, "-I should wash him" make tne a tentative offer of
lip '
rusting the ] With magical In a confidential ;
exclaimed triumph
d fidgeting of the hands or body,, cups and spoons, so we went words from God's Book, "Glory tt and large blue eyes was born to ben' .as calm. and Aunt David Betsy wa soon In the wooden David could not conceal hIe
attitude are not straight to the dime store and God in the highest, and on the Mr and Mrs. W. G. Hair did
d I stiffness of Now quite himself again, tub, where Mr Dick entertained prise "Then something ,
Mentions of Individuality but are bought some. After we had made earth peace good will toward This baby boy grew into a fine brought up the subject of dinner. him with a magnificent display of up*" em't"'t"'t"ploym.nt

mannerisms that need to be the purchases we went to Southern men." boy, five feet eleven Inches tall,, The problem was shortly solved soap-bubbles Later', Aunt Betsy A week later lie wa met by
reeled and poise Is the only Beach where we had a splendid picnic A change in spiritual life has and weighs 147 pounds. He livedIn by David' taking some of the slivercaptured told David thai Mr Dick was avery schoolboy chum, Steerforth I

i that will overcome these lunch. There were some swings fostered changes in material life. Live Oak for fourteen years, I

Ing mnerlsms. We would not be and see-saws at the beach which Throned, kings; and aristocracy< attending grammar and junior '..

ibarrassed so often If we only I most of us made use of. Some of are unknown. Neither are slaves high schools From there he moved -

ssesaed poise, so we should all us also wandered along the beach found anywhere; the world Is free to Jacksonville, where he attended

poise.SOMEBODY" picking up shells and watching several by endless toll our scientists have Robert "SVtLce Senior High
Ive to acquire the brilliance oCora' /
.-- elderly men out in the water.Maybe" ,. given humanity'' the enjoyment of School *j Dowed -
and placid if IM anfngagtmtnt
of Harry y ;
the James is nowa resident
: SAYS ( they thought it was radiant; health. ring dd4
verybody had a good time this "Fountain of Youth" overflowed.) The world is at peace; crime and Starke, and a student of Bradford

t, week-end. There were num- I When we left the beach we returned criminals are of the past. Love High School. H played end on ci: ,

., social functions here andre to the City Gates The group and truth prevail; all forms of art the Bradford High football team a ,.
Us and were attended by many who had not seen the Old School adorn the world. Labor now reaps and played a great part in helpingus yy A 4 '

dents. Everybody went some House went to see It while the oth Its full reward, and the eternal win many games. I I 1

even took time out tone er group went to the Oldest House. star of human hope still shines. This young man has proven to "
back to school. After those at the Old I School Scorn once prevalent, has vanished us that he likes blondes football, ,

and Robert Chap- House had seen it they walked to with the passing years. We swimming, and emphasized that i ":.
orothy Sapp of Sir Malcolmnpbell'a the Oldest House. We went throughit no longer see the poor beggar or he was "just a boy" about chicken. zFr ,
n took trial one runs at Daytona and by that time It was 2:00 the heartless miser; In this fair James also has his dislikes,

Robert says that o'clock so we had to leave for world life lengthen joy deepens, which he claims are, dancing, bas-

nch. Saturday.fast that one could Starke. We returned by the same and we see our opportunities for ketball, studying and fishing.

was, "Here going he so comes" and the oth- route and arrived in Starke just happiness and achlevemnet in the ',\/
simultaneity. after school had been dismissed. ideal of the poet-: CLASSROOM BONERS
"There he goes, Sidney Her..hflld

See some other paper for THE BEAUTY OF NIAGARA "Not enjoyment and not sorrowIs "High schol boys do many ,\

} details of the run. FALLS our destined end or way. things," said Mr.. Gray, "that are

Mews!! A paradox occupied Fri- But to live that each tomorrow annoying but harmless. But the

i as no one went to sleep during One of the most picturesquescenes Find us farther than today." practice of raiding melon patches

chapel program. The Spoken that I have ever encountered _, must stop That Is plain low- '

gUsh class rendered on of,the is the celebrated falls on the Fine Play Given By down stealing.!' f t .t ''c!

t programs given this year. Mlagal river. One afternoon at A boy In.the back seat rose sud- '

pe the other rooms will follow sunset, from the Canadian side I Spoken English Class denly, snapped his fingers, and d .t !

llr good example. breathlessly gazed upon the Irregular then sat down again In confusion. x. i ( I "I 1'1

,verybody in the senior class is beauty of the sheets of billow- Name of Flay I.. "Trip Through "Sumpter Harley," Mr., Gray 'titt ,,0(1. '

king about the operetta that the ry foam as they fell rapidly from a Florida." called, "what do you mean, snap- ; .\,

IKS Is going to start practice on height of one,hundred sixty-seven ping your fingers when I, speakof ? Ip ; 4; d 1 1'k

n. Feet. They appear to be something A play ."A Trip Through Florida melon stealing T" ;",
ulse Snyder Is the lucky one solid Instead of liquid; I seemed tGbe ," was written and ''presented i "I just,remembered, Mr. Gray," ;

ed heads are always lucky. She In a world of enchantment; I in chapel last Friday, by Mrs. De- I'said Sumpter, "whereI left..,my )1'f)

.J the ticket that won the bed- 'pandered if there could be any- morest's. Spoken English Class. It I knife" ." :1
Ira suit that given away by alt.: ... '
was Jiing more beautiful. The Amerlan was thoroughly enjoyed --- :
(the Ritz Theatre) by the Hart : Falls surpass the Hansesliae Before the play, however,;;.was Mr. Gray, "Women can keep a

Iture Co. She says that she Is rails In grandeur, because the vapor a song '"Father of the Land We secret just as well as menonlyIt \

in a position to furnish the rising from the latter is more Love,". The Lord's Prayer, and the takes more of them to do it." t w4

room furniture If some suit- abundant than from the former.At Flag Salute. Also a pantomlne'l Sarcastic father Mary, that \ 1t, '' .# "May I toy wrflh you' Sc

e boy will furnish the house, twilight are turned on several "Osceola's Treaty with young man has been here three waked eAylyror E

enormous lights, which have was given by members of Miss nights running now and It's been h :(;

few of the students have been been arranged by the Canadian Middleton's seventh grade. nearly midnight before' he left. t;...

ling\ advantage of high flying government In such a position that ',Then came the play. *The stage Hadn't you better Invite him to -- "'.<..'

|bltlons and gone up for a spin in heir entire effect Is thrown on the was made, to resemble a bus. On bring his trunk and make his home spoons and making off to the'pawnshop brilliant man-a distant relative don 1},

| aeroplane that has been hover- American Falls, while only a small the bus was a bride, and groowof with usT. *"c with thm. of hsrs-whose brother bad One evening at th* theater %j'
over Starke for the laat few portion of their rays fall on the a' few days .(Louise Kite and Mary-oh, papit,how good you In tile days and weeks that followed tried to shut him up for life David's eye was caught by a young (lj j(

s. Happy landing! Horse Shoe. These lights are pastel Sidney Her htleld)ttA: ,bride and ire! It III'' jurt what he wanted David's spirits ro.e.na.. "May 1 stay. hr with you, Allpt? woman of dassllng brunette beauty ,
It looks as If the teachers are shades. Five or six of/these grdoro.ol. many years ago. (Mildred but he- was too''bashtul'; to ask MIcawbr had taken him to their David asked shyly. who, with her two maiden to aunts his.' \ft r;,

|lng to get all the work they can lifferent colors are turned on for Hundley and Ivan Sponholtz: ); A you. I'll tell him tonight bosom so that be felt almost like a "Marey! on us'," Aunt Betsy had entered wonderful the box If I next could meet' !;,'
of before afflicted Louise Snyder) member of the family seemed confused "To bed with you "How
us we are a i period of seven minutes, then itudderlng girl ( h.r," David said 'i
h the fever. We hopet Walters) ; two did get that On a day when th* warehouse now <
spring lifferent shades are turned on. in old man (Hugh Leslie-How you A beautiful week passed by for Steerforth spoke decisively. ]
| no one has spring fever any When the lights are flashed upon announcers or callers (Charles black eye, Ed TEdI bully Mick abusive Walker. breaking bad been his stack particularly David Mr Dick was his. constant "Trust an old hand." Then stealth-' \

D soon as one would not feel his romantic spot the falls look Pender and Herbert Ftackham); was out last night lookIng of bottU. so that the foreman hadbeaten companion and playmate and together lly, h* tipped on. of the Aunt'.' ".
doing all the lessons assignedIt as If they were as soft as cotton. and a school teacher (Eloulse for trouble-and this. eye .was blm severely. David lookedup ; they would go out to fly anew opera glasses In his box. As h*'

-! Is best to get the lessons. These sheets of white foam look Fomby) and her geography class the first to find it. at the closing ben to ... Clicked kit every day had expected, she was dismayed i:
-Somebody. like gorgeous transparent velvet ((GeraldIne Johns, Frances Cad- In the doorway Mr Mlcawber had "David. David" Aunt Betsy called. and h* offered his own pair After'r,r r

waving in the breeze.If man, Dorothy Sapp Grace Adklns,, Mildred-I head that Louise and been sent to debtor prlaon, she hurrying towards them one day some hesitation they were accepted winningly '
draperies her -
smiled at
H. S. REPRESENTEDAT and Dorothy Klckllter.) James are not on speaking terms told him and Mrs Mlcawbcr and She came up quit. out of breath, and Steerforth I ,
this "I notice that your box ,
JACKSONVILLE you have not experienced educationaland 1? all the children had gone too "David your stepfather' coming
The play was both How did that happen >j
loveliness any more? very badly placed and that you can 'I t
overwhelming Davidat today'
Itarke well represented al sight an' As the bus would asked her what Every day thereafter found ''I
was amusIng. Jerry-James the stage" H* stopped -
awaits The Fall Itself! Mere the gat or King'. prison until,, A ftw hours later the maid entered see but
Eisteddfod held In the Duval you. "pass through" a town the an she thought would be the best the parlour and announced deferentially "I-I wonder whether (
describe the majesty along In the Spring Mr Mlcswb
kiity Jacksonville on words can never talk about it and head and she not tempt and the ,.
Armory in terrific of water nouncers would thing to use on his greeted him In the prison courtyard the caller. 1 might you
rch 2. Those participating in of that down sweep from Lake some member of the geographyclass told him furniture polish. with good nw. Mrs' lilcawbr Jane Murdston stepped forward other ladies to share ours" ::
I contests were Dorothy Green,, that thunders would tell a few facts, too.. -- > ,? family bad liquidated their ant declared David to b* the worst "Permit m.. ma'am this Is Mr.. 9 9Copperfteld
taldlne Silcox, and Grace Green Erie and roars along the great The bride and groom of a few days A POEM debt and they left the next day boy In the world Murdston face My name Is Steerforth \

recited the "Will and the gorge. were the main contributors to the By Frances.. Cudmaii But his face dropped on learning darkened as he warned Miss Trot ."
y"; the quartet under the direc- Of all the sights on earth which side of the skit by their that they were all leaving for Plymouth wood be wbuld take David back "Our name I I. Spenlow the Auntreplied
runny and deal with him h at. "Thl I* my
to where .... Ulcawbcr family as saw with dignity.
of Mrs. Wall which sung will be the most beautiful your remarks.The old man and shimmering moonlight caressingly ;
timely Silvery had obtained a position for her Aunt Betsy now asked David sister, Clarissa-and my niece.
ck of Ages't and Frances Cad- eye sight or at least of all thoseI the bride and groom of many years enhances husband what h* bad to say about It. H* Dora. "4.

and Jessie Mae Brannene have seen Is Niagara Falle. I ago were v.ry.funny.. The curtained velvety blackness of "My dar young friend." Mtcaw- mod a pathatle little plea to nay After much bowing back and '
essays on "The Horizon"e don't know of any one thing more This play was admirably written the star-studded gloom. ber said with deep dncerity. "you "And you. Mr. Dick What do forth ateerfortb seated them skit ;1

chosen as the two best in powerful, exquisite, and glorious. and presented under the capable Four eyes shyly, softly and deslr- are like one of our. own He went you think I should do with this fully manoeuverlng Dora so that, ,,:
(senior class. -Inc Dempsey direction of Mrs. Demorest. Ingly exchange glances on to express the wish thai when h* child T"I she was beside David. ?
I "Dor" Mr Dick suddenly bright be often In the
"I shall
sale the Frink attained eminence In Plymouth :.
Mae Brannen and Following this, Myra gave Forgetful of the gossiping people bad
ned. "Have him measured for a direction of Norwood. Ml.. Spen I
tet which' was composed'of Elementary Dept. a talk on safety and after an and the crowded room. David would thanked b* their him honored gravely,cue.then'. alt of clot hedirectlyAunt low." David said, when he had aicertalned k
nces Hemingway. Sidney nouncements Mr. Gray, chapelwas I .. ;
Thurs.Rev. brought the subj*et of b.. 'can Betsy ro* wellpleased."Mr bar place of residence
nhfleld, Mildred Hundley and Has Chapel : dismissed. Too soon a quarrel and, disillusioned tankerous. up Aunl Belay Trowood'i Dick" give me your hand Pleat* Mae Spenlow, may I not r
on last good-bye Tour _moa..n.* is Invaluable" call?" :
Phillips were the winners a Should b* go to her In Dover' UrMleawber .
Bradford High< SchooL Thee B. M. Montgomery Given Talk i"PIONEER DAYS IN FLORIDA" Then one eagerly, brokenly sought enthusiastically/ seconded I Th Murdston walked out of Dora tilted her head to on. slJe, }

school joins together In con- On Safety.' 1 "Pioneer Days in Florida" Is a revenger's butter-sweet taate. tile Idea I the cottage with what dignity they I "Parhap If my aunt permit. \t

lulatlng them upon their sucFOURTH --, playlet soon to be presented in B. As the crowded days raced on, Aftseeing the Mleawabsr's off could muster 'exiting from David's And In the week that followed, k''
life forever D. .", ,l
1 did Then t
was given students of 'I Him on David went to tbeBlackrtar. tile aunt permit
A very good program H. S. auditorium by none devined save the next day
Some day later David was trying of Dora- :
captured the brilliance ::1)
In elementary chapel last Thursday History IV B. High road near the Obelisk I I on his. new suit while Mr Dickand starry eyes and placed It In an engagement -. ,I
GRADE February 28, and was enjoyed I Scene I Is a scene in a typical. That the other was fated to die Spying a young man bM a don Aunt Betsy watched "Thanh ring.H )

Mrs. Hart Teacher very much by the audience- pioneer home in 1850. The father for one word spoken in haste. key cart to b take* offered has to pay box him to you' for giving It' to m* 'Aunt" and Steerforth were on the Ii'i
Geography we are starting The Morning Prayer." a song, and mother together with the children the sixpence Dover coach office: David said shyly "But why must I i beach on. day near her horn
"tudy of the "Fesants of Nor- was tint on the program. This was I are sitting in the combina Even now the moonlight softly, but toed his boa lathe go away? I do wish I could stay' watching the glorious\ sunset when> "'
of the log Th young man with you and Mr Dick.? I suddenly David stared off la thdistance .
t France. followed by the Flag Salute and a tlon living-dining room almost sadly, enhances cart. Then with on* deft move He had to be educated. Aunl '
t week Mrs. Hart, brought dramatization of the "Discovery of cabin after the evening meal. Each The ever-eternal velvety black' print I** snatched Davtd'r_In. and Betsy explained and there wasn'toner a were wide at and something.his face struggled His eyes

artlclfial: tulips to show our Florida." I member of the family Is busily engaged star-studded gloom. wa off In the fog with only a Jeering school In Canterbury than DrSUOn. I with an emotion that Stecrforto,, +'
John KInlaw then sang a solo, In some work. The conver- But one who has ever danced to laugh for David's erica .'.. could not define.T .
have had two new booksht "Th Object of My Affection" sation is typical of pioneer days. Death's wild weird tune: no Dasedly and miserably. David) Al Canterbury. David lived with

to our room "Dick Tracy" This 'was followed by a good talk Scene n Is, the dance, taking more dancesSo started walking down tb* Kent Mr WtokfUld Aunt Betsy1 buslns ( 11* gaiei-Isolated spot. f"
"Men M. Mont- two "weeks later' after the softly enfolds notdancer. Road After that the nightmarish advisor and his daughter
of the Mounted. on safety by Rev. B. place the moon tuftaf *as David sees ttutt *.....* f,
Church. and is over. In In love but a tomb.Florida' journey seemed an Invention of a : Agns. WM and David became
are the Metmodlst log rolling quilting ,
by of
to. sf I ir ..
gomery ftondteb demos His Woo wore cloa ,...... and confidant to pertsrbAies mmentery a
had of the early days the only amusementwas .
number charge
Mrs. Walnwrlght
stare this at every Up and ease The month and year stlppad by -/ the< BUM tAa fca.
Andrews UZ Sara;Barefoot. the program. furnished by log rollings, local chambers of commerce be was1 nearly drowned to a violent and David was a tall full-grown ........ cep' Maw wit it .//*t hit )'
a Buford Ida Lulu Davisand quilting parties, cotton pickings, perking up, re-employment D"........,.. Htm fevered. fancyeeaju..d Hung seas with" a sort and *agraooa .. "
"a Snow had all A'. oa their Florida produces 81 per cent of, etc., followed by a dance.' In this all time secretaries, increasing .*. all sorts .f dreadfulvtstoaa. ,for what tile future wouMrlngi. -- laMarrow's D.r.1RcdS.-. ..

t card for February. the phosphate mined In the Untt.dl way work and recreation were memberships, budgets, preparing .. Th Kurds***)**. Us* bay Toes see day ha wa pee eadtM. e.dahead. 14M

Sara Barefoot Reporter;, State. combined. for bigger end better 1939. -at- ,the warehouse. .- _sad. ,the-- -mils. -,paring? to leave for Leedee, beet_ _M. d.feM.e.1., _.:..JBRADFORD '

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: OUR ___________ __ .. _____ ____ --_ .. 8, lit
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Epworth League to Conduct W. M. S. Circle work for the pant few months trying ed ten knots. We discussed a troop the next meeting and w,
to enroll more members, has committee and aeveral of the glad to take It WB
ServiceThe \ off their
Night MeetingsMrs.
partly been rewarded and they are hlll1\1a'\
prominent business men of Starke a reasonable
f young people of the Ep E. K, Perryman was hostess hoping that at Sunday School next price. W<- went '
kSodetv JJ worth League will have charge of to Circle Number One of the Sunday these one-hundred and were suggested. If there are any a hike to Crosby Lake vestellll i

the evenIng service at the Methodist Woman's Missionary Society of twenty-eight members and others young men In Starke wno are interested afternoon (Thursday, aiul all ,

Church Sunday, the pastor, the Methodist Church Monday afternoon will be present., In the Boy Scouts and boys who went nn j a "I
, Rev. B, M. Montgomery has an- ., Plum blossoms were the The annual B. Y. P. U. training think they would like to try for time. We left right after wonOert!
" nounced. early Springn flawers used for school will begin at .the Churchon assistant scout masters they are and returned home C w
Club Reading: CircleT I Woman's Club To A special program for this service tasteful decorations in the wide March 25 and run through the requested to be at the next.acout o'clock. 7
I Meet Monday Meet Next Wednesday has been arranged by this hall and living: ;room where the 29. Classes will be held for all de- meeting. ,We also request any old Al Kay Carlisle. I
group of young folks to which the. guest ;were seated., parments and further details as to scouts that have red and black Scrlbt,
11:; The Reading-Circle of the Wo..1 The regular annual business and public Is cordially Invited. ,Mrs ;:J. W.'White led the wor- the hours, etc.. will be publishedat neckerchiefs or' any other scout Tampa 'is the largest -
man's Club will meet with Mrs. H social meeting of the Woman' r- ship service, the>;topic being "He an early date. The B. Y. P. V equipment to bring or send it to I turer of cigars In the worldI man!! Wy/
H. Young next Monday afternoor:I Club of Starke will take place at Music Club MeetsThe roes of th.."Faith." Miss Olive Is planning to have several out-of-
l' at four o'clock.- the club house on Wednesday aft Ray. circle leader, conducted a town B. y P. U. workers to con-
Mrs H. B. McLendon: will lead ernoon the thirteenth 'of' this Fortnightly Music Study business session with Mrs. A. Z. duct the school
the discussion of James Hilton's month at 3:30: o'clock. group of the Woman's Club met Adklns acting.as secretary. The A Sunday School conference will The Best Of

Chip'' ". New officers will be elected. at with Dr. and.Mrs O. H. Lowry at- program topic was The Gospel be held at the Church on Satur- Blue Ribbon
i 1' s this time. the manse Friday evening. Trails and the subject was Inter. day, April 13, beginning at ten
it, 'Club who have read the story are Mrs. L. 0. Powell, chairman;of Messrs. J. H. Powell and Donald estingly discussed by Mrs J. P. o'clock and closing at four p. m. Beer The Better !
tV invited to be present. the American Home Department MacQueen had charge of the pro- Warren, Mrs.T.. J. Griffin and Subject to be discussed III, "The Been
'L\; will have charge of the follow gram for the evening; the former Miss Ray. Mrs..O. L. Beasley circle -, Sunday School and Evangelism.'"
/r.' Ing program for the afternoon:: giving illustrations and facts on chairman of Christian Social. ON DRAFT and IN BOTTLESKitty's

1 Home.. I the. 19th century Gospel Hymns, Relations gave a. good report of GRAY BECOMES
An address on American .
RITZ THEATRE and the latter Informed SCOUTMASItEICThe Lunch Pioneer
us concerning
: _. By Rev. G. H. Lowery what had been done by the circle NEW Service I
Dudley Buck and his successors held
the Starke Boy Scouts
,-4 STARED, FLORIDA. Solo-"Coming Home--- during past month. (SINCLAIR SERVICE Station
____________By Mrs. R. J. Davis The hostess, assisted by Mrs B. their regular meeting' last Tues- STATION) n. J. ANDnE".
j'1i1! Solo-"Hills of Home,"-_________ Mra. Lowry the President an-; M. Montgomery served light refreshments day night at the Woman's Club. 223 Temple N. of Court Ilou Jn.
PROGRAMBEGINNING ___..______________by John Powell nounced the State meeting of Music to eighteen guests. The Mr. L. A. Gray has volunteered to Ave.STARKE '*
;'t FRIDAY Mrs. Jeanette Klncald ,will pre- Clubs to be held, at Sarasota circle was pleased to have present take over the troop since Mr Don-
:4 .. sent the musical program at this March 19. to .23, and Urged the three visitors; ;Mrs H. L. Hale, ald MacQu.en has moved to
; FRIDAY. MARCH 8TII members to attend. Mrs. Mac- Mrs.. K..,G. Duncan and Mrs. L. Gainesville. We had the best
i\ "Charlie Chan time.Hostesses: Meodamea O. L."Beas- Queen gave the Muslo, Club,; Collect E Deudon of.Elgin, 111 meeting we have had since the GRANDMOTHER'S

'W\ ? In Paris" ley, J. M. Mitchell M. E. Edwards, Mra. Woo E. Middleton, presidentof troop started a. month ago. Albert Fl'Nlh-Plaln or Sliced
Donald .MacQueen A. J. Thomas, The next meeting will be held at the Society.,was hostess to Circle Torruella repeated the Scout Laws
', Warner Oland-Mary Brian L. A. Reynolds, T. Frank Lan- the home of Mrs. Ev; L. Biggs on Number,Two. her living room and AI Kay Carlisle tied and nam- BREAD14oz. o

SATURDAY, MARCH 9TH drum, and Miss Lucite Mitchell. Walnut Street., March 8 at 3:30: and sun parlor being brightenedwith
p. m., with Mrs. H. Ycl Knight and
-- early Spring: blossoms ar-
.)::1 'Alias The BadMan1r I
y; Woodmen Circle Notice; Mrs. Biggs as leaders",- .. ranged in bowls and vases. 18-oz. 24-oz.
Ken Maynard Mrs. A. F. RANGE SALE
\ Sauls, circle leader, 6c 8c lOc
4 Abo The regular meeting of the B. II. S. Well Represented,In presided over'the business session 1A
,&)l; Will Roger InFlying Starke Grove Woodmen Circle will Interscholastic[ Contests r and Mrs. Sam)Anderson acted as Whole Wheat Cr. Wheat IIi Ne
?tf: : Thru Holland be held at the Masonic Hall Tues- secretary. MrB.Y"A. Wood led a r .
\ and Comedy day night at seven-thirty o'clock. In the ''interscholastic contests devotional .service, and the pro I 44it 16.oz.8c 16-oz.8C (WHERE ECONOMYrmiJB I
Vi i1f All members are urged! to be held In the Duval County ArmoryIn gram for study was discussed by 11
SUN.-MON., l\IAR.10-11 present' I", ''', Jacksonville, Saturday, Bradford Mra. F. H. Long. Mrs. W. B. Parks
f': ,.' "All The King's High School won first placeIn Mrs. 'A. Wood and Mrs. W, A w" NEW LOWREOULAR'PRiCESICOFFEE, _
INt' "'r two of the contests. Theses .
Bessant, Jr.
1>, 11 Horses"Carl To Attend State W. C.
. contests were sponsored by' the Mrs Middleton served dainty refreshments
1'j\ BrliMon Mary EWe Convention In Orlando .> Parent-Teachers Association of the *to-' 'sixteen members
( NEWS A COMEDY Andrew Jackson School?!
.. High who were
\ Mrs. Vonda Inman, district manager present.;
'i ; TUES.-WED.. MAR. 12-13 of the Woodmen,Circle, and Miss Jessie Mae Brannen, a senor .- FRESHLY ROASTFD!-FRESHLY GROUND!
's' (t, "CAR 99" Miss Gladys Wmlam.captain of 'ln B. H; S. won first lace Baptist Church News' EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE' BOKAR
Fred the Starke W. 'C. Degree team, among several others In the essay +1. ., "Mild and Mellow" 'Rich, full bodied 'Vigorous-U'lnej
McMurray contest. The title of the There were one-hundred andtwentyeight >
Sir Guy Standing will leave Sunday for Orlando. "The In the IttTutendance lb. 19c lb. 21c The 25cDIXIE
p 4 where they will attend the State was Horizon. quartet at Sun-
pTHURS.FRL, MAR. 14-15 Woodmen"Circle Convention aa contest the B.iH./ quartet composed day School Sunday and the pastor
Jl'BRIGHT representatives from the Starke of Misses Mildred Hundley of the Church/lev. Price and Mr.
; Shirley Temple-. EYES nnto Grove. and Frances Hemingway' and A... J.-'Thomas-Superintendent of CRYSTAL-Flnwt Granulated
Simeon Phillips and Sidney Hersh- the Sunday School, feel that their

r morning The Convention and continues opens through Monday i field awarded sang "Rock, of Ages'rind rSJ: SUGAR 5 Ib. cloth bag 25c|
were tlratpJaclrt.j]
f Wednesday, and it is expected that OPEN DAY AND NIGHTHAILES
::Miss France! Cadinan
also entered -
several national officers will be in
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attendance the convention. the essay contest. and Dorothy -
.. Green and Geraldine Silcox; : IONA-Plain or Self-Rising
,DOetorstKnow! -- 8-lb. Sk 12-lb. 8k. 24-lb. Sk 48-Ib.l
Only 0 J-. per cent of Florida's were entrants In the' reading" con- FLOUR
:white,population is foreign born. test. ; ON ROAD THIRTEEN Dixie Range 27c 49c' 90c $1.77|
and .
a. they use .4 '''' '
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'h Entertains S'UDe: \> Ii t D ;
I laxatives .!
} liquid ,.... with Warmrr. IONA-DELICIOUS
You'll find the things The Middleton home on :Madison : WWOPktaqi and 86 Piece
,Yoo d use a'JiC Uid. too U you knewbow We serve to eat for OVER ; Dinner Set APRICOTS No. 2i/ 15c
much better it makes you feel. Street was the scene a Large can
,r A l liquid laxative can always be t Are naturally lovely bunco party Wednesday afternoon and 6'x9' Rug ..
i"1 ..takea in the right amount. You can 'Jusf hard to beat when the Sub-Deb Club (cot from roll) $49 50
all _
''gradually reduce the forAllowance .
,,.,, : dose. Reduce was delightfully.entertatned by Its
t$ tin uatt o/ tea anti toft
:a ,"-idoiaqt r eliPi from conrlipaJl 1t.t.' ; oFx. (We/re* better', cooks than'poets.. ponsorSf Misses Kitty**>*Hogsed, .i rtes*and I ; for

}/:i. 's.:tQb!i, Ah p k your your druggist owe doctor how popular about .:l!.bui anyway the Idea., you) get; Hazel.The high Middleton.prize,' a novelty Brace- 'your old range $S.00 PINEAPPLE Lge. No. 2%ca n7c!

f r' .axatlve* have become. The let was won by Miss Edna Pearce !_- ,
{ .:tight liquid laxative gives the right and the consolation prize a pair You Pay' --
kJ. %;kiadof help-and the right amount lof plaques was won by.Miss Lil Only (thedifference $44.50
HALL'S PLACENear 'I Fancy Blue Rose UBBY'SWii
' \ When the dose
" i M'or help u repeated. ,.lIan Stump.. ) GRAIN CORNED BEEFHASH
; of more each time take
Instead you
fl.ri/e\ f. Until the bowels are moving Seaboard Station Misses Elizabeth Craig, and Terms-$1.00. Weekly,
''IJ' b' regularly and thoroughly without aid. Mary Harriet Bishop joined the ]
,+ ?,',. People who have experienced this players for tea. f&M&i 53s
, A p comfort never return to any form of Members of the fSub.Deb,;Club You get a "DIXIE .
, .. h.:' help wUve'generally\ I The STOP GElTNG UP NIGHTS are as follows. : "* "'" '" RANGE" Cast Iron 5 Lbs 20 2 No. 2Cans 25C
4 i:; liquid. used U Dr. Misses Lillian Moseley, Lillian _..__-.i.
CaldwaU'a Syrup It contains : '' Range, made'etJpeclaIly: 1
!, Pepsin. MAKE THIS alkr.TICST''Ie. ,
4. Stump, Doahla Smith, Katie and I
.4n/f. Mnna- and camera and these ares for constructed of
Juniper oil, Buchu leave, etc.,
., : Virginia Fugate, Frances Peek, FINEST DRIED
n form no habit.
1 I It d eves a c ndition of biliousness to flesh out excess acids and waste 'Frances Ditteau Marjorle :McMil- high 'grade material 'to NAVY BEANS Lb. 5cOLYMPIA

Tp.relieve your occasional npaeta that causes waking up. frequent ,and.Edna Pearce. ,**..l1 ft'8I7 mrra ak klgk twaioax with:, BRAND-Sdectod. 'Soaked
andx comfortably, try Syrup' desire aoanty flow, burningand Y M* vwtbr na> at tile wtfc PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 15c|
MII;! 'It U. D. C. Chaptei *
e } :9. Purrrlaln panelled dor FRESH CANNEDMACKEREL
-W.t kmay lull' .
.. chu leave., eta. In" little green tab ( e a. H..t ladl......
;,,f A __AJI. let. called Buket. .the bladder lac :MetWednesdaYI'\ *' >: i ,. lead.a4'....men.... If........ a 4..,!Ihnkla-daor)...!*v roller warmer...-'_. 8oz.; Can 5c!

atlve. In tour day If not pleased Early Spring wild flower*-and sad a ieut ,.. ..'. Cait leg .._. ...' SULTANA
. r SYRUP PEPSIN KO back and Bet :your fro Oct yourregular fragrant azaleas, arranged' <+ In ..... (T-n.. AL.J. r R.T. A Km KM.aa>l.b.k.n... with RED BEANS 28-oz. Can 10c|
' < I sleep and feel "full of pep. baskets and bowls, formed the-deCoration ',..,. ;; 'try Dr_ ......, a..Lovely e's."Rag .
. ))1 .tt::!: Mitchell'. ,Drug Store/. at the' hornet dot'Mf*and .w II JlIIf.-dae........., 10. An4 &I-Pw> 01.... *et LUSCIOUS YELLOW CLING-Sliced
rt ;!1! Jaa* MM ID.1IaIf 'glaJMardrtnk t PEACHES No. 1 Can lOc|
--- Mrs.'' L. A. Davis whet the local ALL FOR',
--- chapter United Daughters of' the 1 =- ; dalfrfitfulr/.yooBB-Sr, $44.50HART 8UNNYFIELD-Frrah. Crisp .

Confederacy met.there Wednesday I .. $1 WKLY CORN FLAKES 7tl
"' I'm In terrible) You're suffering from afternoon. the "hostesses being I :E .,.... II iMw (..d ,......
Mn Davis, Mist Etta Tlson Mrs.L. old range) HIGHEST QUALITY BREAKFAST FOOD
', ; shape I Wondar broken threads! Q. Powell and Mrs. W. O. Halle. Eta: bdL MELLO-WHEAT Pkg. 15c|
... : ,; f< :.
what ails me? The president, Mr. L. G Pow-, dsngtlel AUNT
J. & P. COATS best ell, presided over the buslness Bes- at ,.. ... JEMiMAPANCAKE

ion, Miss Madge Mlddleton :L'.ns- I I'C FLOUR 2Pkgs. 23c\
6-cord thread keeps acted her duties as secretary.,and AUNT ABUCKWHEAT
w ) C { '
me strong and flrmfn the treasurer, Mrs. J.M.Brownlee fie'lte Il' FURNITURE CO. FLOUR 2 Pkgs. 23c
e read a report of finances ahdf received ( )
S annual du a.-,.Mrs,Hal Edwards fC'N I-. \/I E STARKE
of LawteyJwUArieloomed: asa FLA."I o. K. LAUNDRY Dromedary-Dellrloiu
chapter ti&etatitktj Jftitr secretary I .. .. CRANBERRYSAUCE
read a note of thanks from Mr. I SOAP
Leon A." Gray.principal of the B.i

( H. S., thanking foil a Vear'?;IBUDcrlption ,Ih NOTICE '

to The Soutajqrner. a 7 NO. i iaCaoa
magazine for,the ties of the high )its Bars _=:...____. 1.,0 2 ___._ 2?

The historian, Mrs. Davis; readan COLD STREAM-Flneat Alaska Pink
arlctle on the early) life of Jet- Loading charges on Pint Crates of strawberries this

gust ANY ? ,' tenon talked of Davis.the married Miss Olive life of'Ray Sid- season will be 3c per crate, salt 2c per crate precoolinK SALMON Tall Can lOc
2c crate. Will
ney Lanier,and read his poem "My per ship on consignment to A. T. Conard
Springs."" : & Bra N.Y. They guarantee top prices for strawberries. STANDARD QUALITY-Full Pack

The hostess served a beautifullyappointed I guarantee to deliver your berries consigned to

salad course with hot them irf thMr store in New York for $1.20 per pint crate TOMATOES No.1 1 Can 5c

w tea. paying for detention .
preceding out of my own pock -
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3 FAMOUS MAGAZINE I' .,.Those besides attending the this hostesses-pleasant Mrs.affair et. If.you prefer doing so buy your first crates anywhere Tub AP Finest Creamery' Compound Sbortralng
: or Print
Davie.Mra Powell. Miss Tison and ; yotl"-please ship with me to my commission 1-Ib. 4-l

\. (A List of 22 to Choose From) \Q';} Urs. Halle were Mrs S. E. Brown- house and I will credit you for crates as shipped and BUTTER Ih 4& SCOCO Oldi 5'
I ee/Mrs. J, M. Brownie. Miss have commission house' deduct 33 cents each.
*" AND Madge Middleton, Mrs. A. M..Darby OleomargarineNUTLEY.lb.15c Mary Ann ( Fashioned)
I ..Mrs. B. Ferryman, Mrs. A.Z. We Sell Crates of 36 Pint Variety As Follows:
7' Tim j' Adkina' Mra K. O. Duncan. Meal 5lbs. 12c(
", The ;Tampa'' Daily 1.1...: O. x;. Beasley. Mrs. HaL Edwards 1 cr i'aN"36 cups for 34 cents; 10 crates and 360 cups ,

r Ir Mrs. O. W. Roberts4rr. ;foE:$3.35: ; 20..crates and,720 cups for $6.60; 30 crates and Ratfc'a Cedar Valley PICNIC Winner (Bock Ground) I IGrits

ONE YEAR W. L.' Wall Mrs. H.. B. UcLendoK; lOSQ., nrsyor: : $9.75; 50 crates and 1800 cups for $16.00; Ik I5t
Mrs. 5 C
..o\ J. E..W1JaonYMlas Ollv.ltay. HAMS lb.
100 crates and 3600 cups for $31.501000; crates and 36- 15c
Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs: ,
W. E. To-
"' FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00 000
1.' !, cupafW Wlff.OO.U1LL'ArPRflCTATE: .
; IONS 8 No. > cane I
PLUS 15c WEEKLYTHIS rode. and Mrs. Effla Miner-: -0<,,,, Whole Milk Yi
w,. OFFER OPEN TO.OLD' Bradfqfg County Singing :
Convention meets second Su nday. ,-... Pkr. Orated Pickles Ea.
AND N E SUBSCRIBERS i March 30, at Water.Oak. '

;. : .: .W. :'Baptist Church," located"on.;?>the :. Mgr. CHEESE ilk 1 Feet
Pi .Ea.c
.IB Starke and Raiforft.:; road, Everyone ., .
l & See, the Regular.. ,Times Cam..W.II. Main, la Invited to attend. and take ... 'N h%VtEY;,.OADINO'SSiHPPz.(4tO'. '

\TVo1; ', ", !*_,!:"! -. ,for'DeC.'Is'T1: .'", <. part to in the singing.' Don't forget 101. 101 ,4a t; '; '11:1_-.,........"_..,... _._........ THE GREAT ATLANTIC A PACIFIC TEAf COMPA.1t/
bring a well filled basket -

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RID\\. MARCH- 8, 1935-____ _______ .---.- .--- ._----BRADFORD-, -------, COUNTY__TELEGRAPH_n_ _. ____,_STARKE_ ____-,-FLORIDA- ._ \OKF1VB' !
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Mrs., Thelma Johns and daughter I MISSION HALL i CARD OF THANKS! Jessie I. Ingraham, Keystone) Ii r

Gloria, and Mrs Carrie Rltch NAY SEZ: ((1 "Depart' from evil and Do good !j r wish to thank everyone,who Heights<< : one daughter, Miss Edith ,.

fBitsoit are spending today (Friday) In and Dwell forevermore," Psalms WM so kind at the time of the Mao Ingraham of Pittsburgh, Pa.Florida' ;

Jacksonville where they are attending 37:27.: Such was the lesson at the 'death. of my wife on February 12. -
Well folks, Saturday will be
the horse show. big day In the history of Chiefland a weekly Bible study, the "3 A's"being She Ii was twenty-four years old, manufactured products '
t for the subject. on Tuesday evening !nd"is survived by her mother, annually are valued at 1267,000 :
I am opening a store there "
Mr. and Mrs S. K. Newsom and and Intend to :Mrs. Sallie Lee, of. Bell, six sis- 000. 1.
Ne two The seemed ters, two brothers and two chil
daughters, of Jacksonville, give my, new refreshing showers
were guests Sunday of Mr. and customers t b e not to deter, but to prompt the dren.. She died of' an attack of

OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. R. A. Newsom at their residence same bargains people's coming, so the messagewas pneumonia at our home near Law- .chest
on Cherry Street. plus qualitythat well scattered aa seed on good

PROGRESS ,OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN I have been ground and Islah 55:11 lays: W. O. COLLINS.
t "So shall My Word be that -- -
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and providing at my d' COLDS
daugh- aLo eth forth out of My mouth: It \V. B. ISGlt.JI.lII
store here for
ters, Juanita and Sara, Sat .
spent shall not return unto Me void but I 'Funeral services for W. B. In-
urday In Brooker visiting Mrs many' It shall accomplish that which. graham,, who died early Monday

H. O. Brown of Lake But Miss Dorothy Sapp spent Satur- Barefoot's brother-in-law and sis yeara. please and It shall prosper In the morning at bill home at Keystone Ireale d "
Col Come think
L was a visitor here Tuesday. I day In Daytona Beach, where'she ter, Mr. and Mrs. R.T.. Osteen. about to It, the thing whereunto I sent It." So Heights, were held at the family best IlOC1bI ,

attended the automobile races. Chlefland store from week to week the seed In I residence Wednesday afternoon at

I T B Plnholster, of Brooker, wa Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Williams and might be convenient sown and the reaping left in Hia three o'clock, with the Rev Edgar olionandin

visitor here Friday afternoon Mrs. B. Jacobs and Misses Rosalind son, Charles, of Alachua spent for some people around hands. who la able. Mo wry. pastor of the Keystone

and Miriam Jacobs were visitors Sunday In Starke wtlh Mrs. Williams' here. I''' understand that lots of An (novation In the way of mu- Heights Community Church, offi
to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. sic was a novel feature at the ;dating Services at the grave
Mr and Mrs. W. H.. Smith of brother and sister-In-law, folks trade out of town simply I -e
visitors here Mon Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns study. were conducted by the Bradford +
Lmp'non, were because they get a kick out of
A. H. Green, Mrs. W. M. "Death In The Pot" will be the Lodge No. 35, F & A. M.
' getting In their automobiles, en-
ay. Wimberly and Miss Gladys Williams interesting topic taken up next Mr. Ingraham had been a resident
nice ride, and then
joying a Joy
Gerald Middleton, who Is em-
Mrs. H. C. Kelly and baby, of spent Thursday in Jackson ployed in Tallahassee, spent the shopping amid unfamiliar, surroundings I week. of Keystone Heights for the
Tues- ville. I A group of young people from past fourteen years, having mov-
visitors here
Lawtey, were week-end here with his parents, Well If you ever begin
-- Lawtey la expected to have partIn 'ed there from Union town, Pa.
pay. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, at to feel that way. just hop In I
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow the service. Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
their residence car and head for Chlefland.
on Madison Street your
and daughters, of the State Farm, I -
M L. Johns, of New River, wasLtteiidlng The L & R Store, newest memberof
;. to business here Tues= were visitors here_Tuesday after the Sternberg family, will be
Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. Hal
glad to accomodate you there. _
ay. noon.Mrs."" Edwards, Mrs. Effie Miner and
M.: O. Harrell and Mrs. J. If I can get'';:the Starke folks rEAHLGRITS
Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Mrs. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey were trading In Chien and and the
C. Cone and daughter, of Brooker, .
klgdon spent Tuesday In Jackson- were visitors here Monday afternoon here Wednesday afternoon attendIng Chlefland folks*trading In Starke, TIP TOD
of W.
a meeting the T. Week
Jlle. whenever they feel tile outoftownurge
Chapter. U. D. C.
I will be sitting pretty-

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, of Mrs. C. P. Tyson of Jacksonville, and the customers will be, too 8Lbs. 25c "t

TaW River, were; visitors here spent last Thursday in Starke visIting Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson 1 *
Tho Talk. of the Town j'
-rillay. her niece, Miss Beatrice spent Monday and Tuesday In St GROCERY NEW FLOKIUASYRUP j ii
Johns. Petersburg at the bedside of Mr.. Surnlwrr-

L. B Alexander, of Waldo, wasLttendlng Epperson's sister, Mrs. N. A. Od' WASH FROCKS

to business In Starke Mrs. L. W, Klckliter is recuperating om, who has been seriously ill for at NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE \ !I

rlday.J. from a fall several days ago the past few days. $1.95 K'.i.

which, has confined .her to her Friday and Saturday March 8 and 9 Gallon 50c
H. Surrency Graham, was :Ij Ij'r
home Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely and son You'll Be, CrAZY About I Ipl
to business here
ttendlng Billy, Miss Patricia Lambe, and Munsingwear Panties 'r {!
' esday. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternbergwere Mrs. Blakely's uncle, George W

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Baladen, were in Lake City Sun 49c and 69c 3 No. 1 Cans 25c ::11 1
Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Graham,
man Leibowitz in Gainesville, day afternoon visiting Mr. and
L as a visitor here Wednesday aft- Sunday. Mrs. Johnny Baisden. Lest lou: FortetMunsingwear / Tomatoes

|moon. .. HosieryCan't

and Miss Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRae Mrs. Wm. Brooker and little Be Beat; 3 No. 2 Cans u_ 15c
Miss Kitty Hogsed and children of the State Farm, ,
lel Middleton spent'. Saturday. in were visiting' friends here Sunday daughter. Elaine, and C. I. Imbachof 79c -and $1.00
Jacksonville.G Green Cove Springs, spent Sun-
afternoon.Mrs. day In Starke with Mr. Imbach'a Last But Not Leant Fancy ONIONS, Lb. 6c
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 5 8-oz. bars' .I lOc i:
W., R. E. and E. J. Hazenf .''J. Hamilton Rltch Jr., of PETER'S SHOESFor ;

Brooker, were business visitorsere Gainesville, spent the week-end in Mrs. Charles Imbach. the Whole Family. Fancy CELERY, each __ 7/ c .,

Wednesday., Starke the guest of Miss Clara They're.All Leather
Louise Peek.. Friends of Mrs. C. A. Knight Pki :.-- i.

Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Car- who is a patient at St, ,Vincent's IT PAYS TO BUY AT Stnngless I Beans 21b 15c "

lie Ritch, spent Wednesday IndcksonviJIe. Mrs. C. W.BeasIey and baby of Hospital, Jacksonville, will be BLACK'PEPPER, Can _- --Sc if i\

Gainesville' were here Wednesday pleased to learn that she Is rapidly STERNBERG'SStarke. 1"\
Mr. and Mrs. recovering from an ,operation SPAGHETTI OR 1-. Pkg. I'' 't
visiting parents,,
York Imp. APPLES 4 Ibs. 2Sc Q ;
Peele of Jacksonille 1
Mrs. Romey J. C. Manning. performed last. Saturday. Floridalfeilbr ,
|> Is spending the week here MACARONI Pij..4

ivlth relatives. Miss Marie Dyal of Brooker, is Mr. and Mrs James Lewis, with 7. ANAS.4Ibl. _____ __.19c 2C,

spending the week here as guestof n Springs ,
Shank and
Mr. and Mra. C. D. '
Sheriff W. S. Brannen, of Lake cousin. Mlslles Marian and Miss Thebatu Khoden Cor. VANILLA EXTRACT bx lOc
her ,, daughter. Betty Lewis, of Lake .. "
utter, was a visitor. to Starke UCE Ea 71L ,
onday afternoon. Helen Dowling., City, spent the week-end In Apopka Mrs. Rosa Ralph left Sunday for """ e C It;

visiting Mr. Lewis' and Mr!. her home In Virginia after spend- Mrs. Graunoodles, Pkg. "", ,:lOc: I
Mr. Pate Gassett, owner of the
Mrs. N. Sternberg and lira. Juntas Shank's mother, Mrs. LIUIe S. ing several mdfotha here with her ;,
M. Smith visitors Gassett Hardware Store has been Lewis. daughter and 11law Mr. and Winesap APPLES, Doz. .20c PIIII..S DELICIOUS Is-et, .Cafl w
were to Jack- '
confined to his home for, several

}onyina T ..if Wedn ry 4'T'ay: t +; days w1thUl.eeteay p-of S 4: t 'Mis*Marian Pennell Rigdon left Mrs. J. C.Pawm' SBVCi.Mslses **. 11i: ]Reba. Greene GRAPEFRUIT 3o: lOc PORK' & BEANS' 5c'' ::

Sunday for her home In ,
were visiting ttjetr sister( Mrs.
Robinson, of Apopka
announced Eldredge Md., after a visit here with her
: a student at the University of Mr.' and Mrs. J. J. Rig. rene Carte Sunday LARGE MATCHES 2 kgs. 5c
ome of Mrs Quigley. here parents Mrs. Mary Kite and Albert Kite ), .- ; :
visiting friends \ :
Florida, was
Mlsa sailed theS.
don Rigdon on
of Jacksonville are her.visitingher !
afternoon. ORANGES Doz }lOc ,
S. Halifax and accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alvarez of as far as Jacksonville was by Mr*. Rig. son and daughter-in-law, Mr J SALT, 3 Boxes _____,___......10c"
packsonville, were In Starke Wed- Angelo Carbone and H. S and Mrs. D. L. Kite.Mt .-
don and Miss Eva' Rigdon. -
esday visiting. relatives.Col. (Speed) Harvey, were visitors to s FuullnetHoward\ spent the ;p 1
and Melrose week-end at the State Farm the '
Keystone Heights Miss Lena Belle Shepard, a 10 I
Joe Hill Williams of Lake .
Sunday afternoon. member of the New River school guest of Miss Irene Yarbrough. IdI' "
Butler, was a professional visitorere Charlie Cow rt was a visitor to Potatoes ll-- :.
faculty for the past term ,
to 0.-
Wednesday afternoon 8 .
Mrs. Hutto has returned short'visit here at the home of Graham Supdatternoon.
from Miami, where she visited her her brother-in-law and sister, Mr A very"large) rod attended the Lbs > ; i
Mr. and Mrs J.:G. and lit-
Lynn and sister, Mr. and Clarabell Car-
lie jrother-ln-law and Mrs. C. A. Knight, left for party given at Miss .." "
daughter the week-end ,
Vith spent Mrs. W. F. Rltter.Mrs. .. Milliard where she will spend her ter's home Tuesday night. i
relatives In Lake '
summer vacation with her mother, Johnnie:'ripenter;of Jackson- FANCY_WHOLE GRAIN ;.
F. A. Moore, of" Gainesville brother R. TIP I TOP MARKET;
Mrs. Mrs. James Shepard. ville was vtaiHiig bl* .
J. D. Tobler, of Eustis, Is spent the week-end here,:wIth V.'Parmenter.Saturday afternoon. RICE 5Lbs. 22c : ;
pending several weeks here wither I .
brother-in-law and sister Mr. .
sinter her Cleveland A.. Drlggers.: who has Miss',Reba"-OI'een.-wII'Vlaltinar ,

Mrs. Sallie Tlson.; I and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. been employed! bookkeeper by Mrs. Emma Harris of Starke. Saturday Western Lamb Chops, Lb. _3Sc ;'
-- -
1 ___ ; the Torode Chevrolet ,Company,, ,' ;
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parka haves of New River, member Fy ? CLOTH BAG
I S. L. Crews, _
for sometime, has gone to Braden- MI'. and MrsutcLawtey.were : it Ikerley.of
Roast lb. 19c
guests his sons, Guy Parks and _
Bryan Parks, of Atlanta, Ga. : of the Board of Public Instruction I ton where he holda a position with visiting!; J ee. mother. 4
to hla official SUGAR 5
was attending: the Chevrolet Company there. Mr. ,Mrs-'Wattle ParwentervStmday,, Lhs.,25c HtsEEFi;: : :
duties here Monday ,
Wheelesa of Macclenny has 15c
H. i.
Miss Miriam Jacobs, of Lacoo- .- taken over the position here left ..Mrs. Hilda':Andrews and baby* :of j
phee, spent the week-end In Starke Misses Louise*Snyder and Dor- Jacksonville arev,spending this
kith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. will attend the Lamba vacant by Mr. Drlggers. week with her' parents, Mr. and
othy Sapp Smoked Lb. 19c: k
[ LARD 4 Lb5e 55c Sausage, __:_
Chi Fraternity dance in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen, Mrs. D. B. Forsyth.

acobs.ENT Saturday night. who have been residents of Starke M.. Rhoden.'W. C.Clarabell Rhoden.. Mae Al- Salt Mackerel l, 3 for .__.25c
Rhoden and
for several months, have recently
; A mmCOLUMN visitors to Lake Butler TALL CANMACKEREL '
Mills Elizabeth Williams an em- moved to Gainesville) where Mr. dredge were FANCY PICNIC .
ployee of Jacobs' Store, has been Friday *\t
la employed by
u confined to her home for several Equitable MacQueen Life Insurance Company. D. t. Kite wa.* a business visitorto 3 f for .25c HAMS Lb. \ 20c' ,

days.with. influenza; Mr. and Mra. MacQueen have Jacksonville Friday. ,
'OR RENT Furnished made a host of friends during their Miss Vide Hodge: was visiting. at i
apartmentwith Mrs. J. G. Godwin and two sons, Graham Sunday Fla. Pork Chops, Lb. 22c
that Mr. -- -
who regret
private bath extra room If of the State Farm, and Mrs V. R. stay We had a very Interesting base
leslred.. MacQueen'a work takes them elsewhere CORN FLAKES 3 f for 25c
F. A.Cott .
garade. .
visitors Sunday.!! Woodlawn lb. 15c ;
Starke Fla. It* Reddish, of Lawtey, were I. to reside. ball game Fresh Hamburger, ___ .,
here Friday: afternoon. players came over and played \

FOR SALE-Fine hay, 65c and 75c ieilbronn. The score was 4 to bIn FLORIDA "

I per bale at barn. Nat Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williamson, GUM BRANCH favor of Woodlawn. ''
near Depot It* Jr., and Mrs. L. Dlsmukesh of Miss Elizabeth Harnage, Con 0.. J. Mott of Brooker passed BUTTER Lb. ..39c ROUND STEAK Lb. 20c ;

Cattlesburg, Ky. were guests Mon Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, Jr., and Mrs. through our section last Friday .
'OR SALE Twentytwo"acre day of Mrs. Jeanette Kincald: Carl Dobbs of Raiford were the'' route to the State Farm. ... f ..

farm located 3 miles southeastt guests of >Ir. J, A Harnage and 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24' LBS.25'c :
Starke on graded road and 11-2 Mrs. A. A; Smith, Dr. and Mrs.G. .

Nles to State Highway. Good W. Brown"O.'J' Phillips, Mr. family Misses Tuesday.Vesta McRae and Etta- IF YOUR" _

trawberry and general farming L. H. Hill and J. H. Moore of Law- Fa Dyal of Rising section were the FLOUR 45c 87c

and ould, fairly consider good trading house for and Starke barn. tey were. visitors here Monday.. day guests afternoon.Mr. of Miss. Helen Norman Fri- BREATH :HAS ,, ;

roperty. Mrs S. L.,Alvares., Mr. and Mr. J. J.. Canova and and Mrs. Wilton Conner .tl'

t. son, John,, of Gainesville, spent spent the week-end with Mr., and Z
Sunday In Starke with Mr. Ca- HELLMAN'S!
FOR SALE so Mrs. Felix Sapp. '
acre improved

1 Bunny lements.farm Brook.,' near Some Starke furniture, known, 1m-as nova's:Milton mother.Brownlee..Mrs.' Jr.E.:.E.a Cmnova.studentat Norman the Mrs.guests H.Sunday.Keene of Mr.and and'faD Mrs.lJy Irvin were' CANT FEEL WELL Mayonnaise!>> or Relish NUCOA] ( Lb. .23c:| I

This is one. of the best
arms In county. Only $625.,down, the University of Florida, spent Mrs. W. C. demons and sons, R. ,.... ..a w.oa..w 8,01 ...,. 8-oz. 11 c; .I 16-oz.29c
the-week-end: par- DOUBLE
alance easy. Owner 760O-.N.W. L. and Junior were the guest of, a M. ...r. 0w. ,..... .... tl11g. I
ente.'Mr and Mrs. J, M. Brownlee. wt ..w..sa ... .ace at.d
L. C. Conner .doe ,
Mr. and Mrs.
pth Court. Miami." Fla. 3t- hwwa w. .... rota .. IW \

IAN WANTED for- ,Rawlelgh Mrs.; I I* '')[. DeSha and ,little day.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watersof r...W..=.=.:,e..1. It kw=.:i iwrs. DEL MONTE SUGGESTIONS

Route of 800 famlll .. Good daughter. Marjorie* of Wildwood Palatka spent the week-end -. tile ...d.a wee rw. e.I...r..... ><

roflts for hustler. We train and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H with Mr and Mrs. Irvtft Norman. wd_._.a._..w... II.-art M r W W. .......
pelp! you., Write Struth at their home. on West Mad- Conner' *Satur- It .. tM w.1 .... ......... .... r -
Miss pent
today. Rawlelgh .
.. M.a..aoe* .ww '
u..e-a Wd eIiiIe
o.. Dept.-FAC-223 8A2, Memphis; Iso Street.- day night with Miss Edna Lewi u..r ... w ...... day ..ws PINEAPPLE No. 2'/ Can 22c t
_._ _, .... ... -r ,
enn. M*. and Mrs. R. A.' Newsom Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and .. ... ...... .. ;... ..4sad HasaQ'A111
children wert visiting J. S. Sapp ," TY1.. d.-1 ..... ..... .. e.ws DEL, MONTE V ELBA HALVES
OR RENT-Furnished unfur- were In Jacksonville Thursdayand ... ...
or -V -- awr
fished, room at 327 West Call St. Friday visiting Mr. Newsom' and family Saturday. *t.d. r wr whM '
't. H. brother and sister-in-law., Mr, and Mr ,f. S. Norman and son, Truman ( w drat. W w S.r atYaw. PEACHES No. 2# Can .2lc
J Young.L .
were the guest of Mr. and dote w .w.
,... _
Mr*..S. K; Newsom. --.. Gel M LtirS.w COFFEE
GOOD variety of garden and Mrs. Jim Hersey Friday.J. t:'= aer-......rM DEL MONTE-NO.'XU CAN J.'n

field seeds, also' Cola Planters Jra.ftM a.'Tfantt tua returnedto D. Carl b''wee IaltlftCj'l1"' ........ ... '..... '!r.... .. '
lad fertilizer distributor. Stock Mr home trf TallabaMeeafter, a father W. H. Carter Sunday. =-= ...... BARTLETT PEARS 22c

Ind poultry remwUe.. Berry cups week's visit hen the guest of Mr. Miss Dorothy, Norman spent :Itv. J"... i.I;:;; I. -... .- .,... Pound __ ... ---_,. 30cM "
Jtt cratea at-W1a1t.'.'st ,..! and Mr .'C. H.Smith at their." resdene Thursday ,night with Vesta .JrIcRae. ...: "'d ... OJ >'
... .
.. on Call. 'Street.. ..... -.. ,., -- ... ,... .. .
erflYYi1MI1R9Mt( 4 N- .ee "'" 11'''';: .. y II.f"r -n-M e' J r ,yy

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ORDKH OP PI ni.ir \TIOV AND de..crlhed property
Into full swing
County again gets 1fT... NO'114'K TO Afl'KAH ford County, Flo'II"situated, III n
picking the South Florida crop will NOTICE] IK hereby Morton lion of East Half 10 Wit
D. Olcott and wife, tlarrlatt'I ; N. "t North Of.
well exhaustedand ON of ""
have pretty S
---r colt whose plate of residence laCanHHtotH utheof Starke. zllddlnhglr II''lel
may mean that our growerswill New York, that the Fed. Ito Road, !Section! 23, / '
out of the season in good eral Land Bank of Columbia, a corporation I South, Hange aa i eat, T"WII'hl''
come LIVE
FARMERS SECTION :hail filed o*llll of Complaint acres. cotltabllotll' :I'I
shape. This was the case a few g-alnst you Tn the Circuit .
years ago when a similar late Court of Bradford County, Florida, under the a.HMVMHment ald ,,,' fleMaliIn t .pro(P
Florida In Short In Chancery, to foreclose a Mortgage the mime of J. ""."> .1
Demonstration Agents freeze caught the crop here and News of Paragraphs coveringthe following; described A How. r.deemedaaccordingftoalow
by delayed the season until late I land lylnir and being In tLIt" .
Bradford County, Florida, to-wlti; .. ( /
March and April shipping. Beginning at the Northeast corner March A. D.1935.the lath

With fairly god moisture in the -- _-___ _-JOQ, ;; Si, of Wsh'fp South NK>4,of Range Section 22 Dt1d8thIs 18th.. day of 'J
.. --- -- - A. Fpbru'l,
ground and warm comingon East thence run Went 26 2-1 19311.A
'' rods, thence South 80 rods, :J. THOMAS
out ,
should MILLION
Discusses Business Men Pay the berry crop come ClG nS BURNED LOWELL MAKES MISTAKE thence Went 53 1-3 rods to Went Clerk of Clicult,
,, Dyer quickly now but an application of QUINCY-One million cigars in JACKSONVILLE-In! bis Mon line of sold quarter section, Bradford County Court, ,
Tax On Cotton Sewing Room Rent Nitrate of Soda would be very the Higdon Cigar factory were de. day night broadcast famed news South thence line South of Raid twenty quarter rods Section to l.ll1-lIt-3.16, lo'lorld

, f beneficial. It would hasten the stroyed here by fire which J. T. commentator Lowell Thomas de- ; thence East 80 rods to East. ORURH Of PI'lU.KMTlnv .T
And On Tobacco and make a much larger estimated did soil alone out line of said quarter section: NOTICH TO A1B
j Local business and professionalmen new crop Budd manager, clared Mississippi thence North 80 rod to point of I APl'9aINOTICE
last week contributed fundsto percentage of fine berries. Care damage of 925,000.GAS side of China produced tung oil beafnnlnaWent' / 3-4 of NW'4 In hereby given to 3/
4'" All cotton over ten and one half be used not to of SK'4 of Section 12, Township mond Crosby and wife, LOUI.. '
should however, Florida' State Chamber of
pay three months rent on the trees 5 South, Range 22 Kant, and containing way CroBby, that The Federal La
7 q' million bales produced in 1935 will FERA sewing room so that operation use too much Soda which would Commerce Immediately telegraph. 'BO acres, more or leim.THEREFORE Bank of Columbia, a eorporabq"
be taxed at cent of the BATE CUT : and each of ha. filed a. Bill of :
fifty per the berries rather soft for MRa ;
of the project might be make MIAMI Modified gas rates ed Mr. Thomas at his National you named In thin Notice are hereby you In tha Circuit .""
, market price at ginning time In continued. Joseph: E. Wilson, who shipping. Broadcasting Studio In New York required to said ford County. Florida, In tChaB?<'
which the city estimates wil save Itp."oal'fId to foreclose a Mortgage
compliance with tl e Bankheadbill Bill of I agalnutyou cov.rlo'
solicited the funds, announced that This freeze has emphasized the that he bad been misinformed. IHt of 1936, the '
last consumers approximately $6. OO a on the day April being In Bradford 0 lid, ,:
passed by Congress year the following contributed: A. M. need for some kind of protection became effective last week at the Court Houuu In Starke, FlorIda and County, Flor!
month Ida, to.wltt
-, to L. T
according Dyer, County ; otherwise, a Decree Con-
Agent Lake Butler. Darby, Magnolia Fish Market, M. during the few night of extreme for a trial period of six months BERRY FESTIVAL fe"HO will be entered against you The Southeast quarter or Routh' .
C. Wall, Mitchell's Drug Store, Su- cold. If this crop of berries could through an agreement with the' PLANT CITY-A colorful stage and each of you, for failure to ap west quarter of Section ,. To..n.
a! The tax exemption certificates' wannee Store J. C. Manning, have been saved from freezing, the I Maiml Gas Co.JACKSON was set here for the opening of the pear.IT IS ORDERED that thin Noticebe containing hip ;8 South acres Range 21 Ear,'
o will first be distributed to the W would have paid week for four
Starke Bakery Oscar Andreu additional returns sixth annual Florida published once a Thereforo, you and ,
Strawberry earn .
M ,
cotton contractors and if any are Brad How bestto consecutive weeks In the Bradford named In this Notice y
B. Mundy, Jr., Abe Bessant well for the protection. Festival Attired In festival are h
Tuesday. County Telegraph a newspaper
left a partial exemption will be Torode withouttoo SCHOOLS CLOSE required to Appear to the said aft
ford Hardware Company furnish this protection garb with red and colors having general circulation in of Complaint so filed
'+ granted the Independent grower. Chevrolet Company C. A. Knight, much expense, is a problem MARIANNA public school officials green ford County, Florida Br.d'i. on the fat day of April aa-aliist 19,15 at lot
of the strawberry This I 16 day of February,
Court House In !Itark... Florid ait
Asked To Sign A. J. Thomas E. K. Perryman, worthy of study. As a suggestion have reported that seven predominating, Plant City looks A. J. THOMAS/: erwlae, a Decree! Pro Confeam, ,
F All cotton farmers who grew Bradford County Telegraph Mar- along this line a wire stretched rural schools In 'Jackson ,,county Clerk Circuit Court Florida. be entered against you and; sill
y forward to one of the biggest Bradford County, esq
, cotton In either 1933 or 1934 are guerite's Shoppe, Quality Store lengthwise of the beds in the center were forced to cosej,before the expiration crowds In its history to watch the :l-22-lIt..3-U .. of you, for failure to Appear

( eligible to sign a reduction con. Rachels, Tip Top Grocery. Jacobs and a few Inches above the : of the I"'; present eight opening day parade through the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOIl : ba published once .week forjln
tract with the Government. This N. Sternberg, F. F. Stump, plants to hold a strip of cloth off months term because\ of lack of of the TAX IKKI consecutive week In Inn Hradfwi,
reduction contract. Mr. Dyer says, Denmark Furniture Store Dampier the plants. This cloth could be a funds. **V principal thoroughfares city NOTICE 13 HEKKBY rJIVEN, Ing-County TelegraPhi atlon a newspaper\ hat
7 to the festival grounds. I That C. B Johns, holder of Tax Cer In BradfoM
will entitle the farmer to a rental Hardware, Gassett's Hard yard to forty inches wide and by 1 3HS, 6th day of September County Florida.
payment on his land and to ware, Hoover Brothers J. B. Alexander having this rolled on a rod which PROTECT THE YOUNG --. 1'I has filed said certificate This 16 day of February (83
w In my office and made application A. J. THOMAS,
tax exempt certificates when he Priest's Ten Cen Store two men could easily carry lettingit TALLAHASSEE An experiment FAVORS INCOME TAX for tax" deed to issue thereon Clerk Circuit Court,
sells his cotton. Jr. the wire TALLAHASSEE Walter In accordance with law. Said Bradford County,
Durden's Cafe J. W. Andrews unroll and drap over in the separation of young -Rep. certificate embraces the following 1-22-lIt..3-113 lo'lorld

The time for signing these contracts W. P. Smith Carl Johns, W. L. and down In the middles, with now convicts from older men in the S. McLIn of Leon County has announced ________ _n_
is limited to March 10. Wall and A. J. Grlffla. and then a little dirt to keep it prison system was started recently he would introduce In the

rSAl Tobacco Tax Several month's rent, up until from blowing off or dropping downon as the State prison'department established coming legislature a proposed constitutional FUNERAL DIRECTORS

4 Pursuant to the Kerr-Smith bill January 1, was cancelled by the the plants, should keep all frost a special prison camp for amendment to allow
of the and cold wind from the plants and levy and collection of a state Income uur Many Yearn Experience Hakes It Possible for Us> to Render
passed by Congress last year, the Alvarez estate owners young white men at the State hospital
Secretary of Agriculture has building Those who contributedto should prevent cold damage. farm at Chattahoochee. tax. "I believe that this EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

1 made proclamation that the tax on ; the fund should be congratulated When the cold is over this cloth ------ source of governmental Income" MODERATE PRICES

tobacco this year will be the maximum for their share In assisting the I could be rolled up again and kept SCHOOL BOYS NOTICE j McLIn said "should be exhausted DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
limit of work to continue. cold and with the before a resort Is made to a sales STARKE. FLORIDA
thirty-three and one-,sewing room for next spell, proper GAINESVILLE Through
third per cent of the price at time .... care should last for several sea P. K. Yonge Laboratory School, tax upon the absolute necessities

a lx sale Is made, Mr. Dyer says BerrIes Hard Hit the College of Education of the purchased by the poor man."

j>) This tax will be placed only on sons.This would of course be rather University of Florida Is engagedIn .

y independent tobacco while those But Hope Held I expensive for the Initial cost but extensive education. ',research TO SPEND MILLIONS For

} growing tobacco under contract For Good Season 1 by keeping this cloth and wire and which may lead to the eliminationof PANAMA CITY-J. A. Streyer, Expert RepairingSmith's

?4 with the Government will be exempt using it whenever needed for as' the present twelfth 'grade of the general manager of the Atlanta
"t. from the tax AUBREY-FRINK long as it could be kept In good high school except for specialized and St. Andrews Bay Railway
V Allotment Raised By condition, would not run the expense training. Company has announced the Stan
The late freeze of last
unusually very high for any one sea dard Oil Company of Kentucky
received) week caught the strawberry crop son. And as in this instance the BANK ROBBED has signed contracts for construction GaragePhone

,;j ''tot>acco contractor having a base pretty hard killing quite a large extra returns would probably have HAINES CITY-M-Three men who of water terminals ware

l of 3.2 acres will be permitted to proportion of the green berries, more than offseet the total cost, robbed the State Bank of Haines houses and office buildings in this

J.: grow his base or three acres which as well as ripe fruit and practically and still leave the wire and cloth City of about $3,000 and kidnapeded gulf port city. Streyer said the oil 120
bloom then
ever Is smaller and to market his all open. ready for several other seasons. the cashier and a negro customer company development will represent -

1' base In pounds or 2400 pounds, However, In one patch of about Vegetable crops in this section to shield their flight had not Investment of several million Wrecker Service Day or Night

whichever is smaller. two acres something like three I seem not to have been affected by been captured despite the watchfulness dollars here. -

crates of pints were being picked the cold. Several nice gardensseen i by law enforcement officers .
i Tuesday and these berries were by the writer show no damage throughout the northern half WATERTOWN MILL
; In good 'condition. In lookingover at all. LAKE CITY-Business Is on the
of Florida.
SoundStock the field the ,writer found .' I up and up at Watertown these THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25 CENTSAT

& quite a sprinkling of sound green TRAIN SCHEDULE TWO PRISONERS BURN days incidental to the opening of -

berries of all sizes coming on, and SouthboundNo. PALATKA-Jerry Little, Wela- the big mill shortly according toM

% new bloom appearing fairly free- 1-Due Starke 11:01 P. M ca, and James A.:Anderson, Sat- E. Dees., At the present timea CANOVA PHARMACYSTARKE
ly. No. 11-Due Starke 11:25 A. M. burned to fair sized crew Is engaged in
negroes were
A. M.
.y Fir In talking with other growers I No. 107-Due Starke death when the, jail',at Welaka. overhauling the mill from one end
No.. 191-Due' Starke 10:27: P., M. to the other under the Present this Coupon and 75c and receive one full size $1.00 bottleof
this superinten-
find that pretty much same eighteen miles from here was destroyed
condition prevails In most berry II NorthboundNo. by ,fir* last week.' Officers ,,dency of E. D. Baldwin who was

fields:, So It'-now looks like small I No.., 12-Due 2-Due. Starke Starke 4:30 tt.08: P.P.. M.M. said they ,fcolkiv a" Anderson chief engineer and master mechanic California Stomach Tablets

pickings every few days from moat set the fire In an attempt to burn for the Watertown Cypress
!, Jft TlourJnknsb fields. No. 108-Due Starke 5:58 BranchNo. : P. M. his way out of the frame structure. Company. Recommended for Ulcerated Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn -
Starke And Wannee .
I IV y With the temporarily curtailed 101-Leaves Starke 7:00 A.M. STUDIOS Acid Dyspepsia; Gassiness and IndigestionSold

lr jf and gives you aaaur crop, prices should be good and It No. 102-Arrives Starke 1CO: P.M KEY WEST PLANS SIESTA FOR MIAMI on an absolute guarantee. If not satisfied with results in 30
of may be that by the time Bradford KEY ,WEST-The local districtof MIAMI-Two movie companiesplan days, return to,us and money will be refunded.
'\\i i mace dependable BLUE BUS SCHEDULES the Florida Emergency Relief to locate In Miami. Construction

1'-' scrvioe, with no re- Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 administration will revive an old Is expected to begin shortly 'CALIFORNIA TABLET CO.

pats now. -or later New Kidneys Northbound-4:18: a. m., 1:09 p. Spanish custom among' Its em- on a studio to be occupied by Am. ATLANTA LOS ANGELES

m., 5:24: p m., 9:19: p. m. iloyes here. The siesta period, erican National Pictures Inc... and
| lIRE SULLY AID WITS CONF10ENCI/ If TOO mid toad your nee-toted. tired aa*
are under for the
lur: Kidnaps lot new ants roa would aattfaaursMrldetNlcMIUelatvNenaaeii > Southbound-2:18: a. m., 9:34 a. tong a tradition among Spaniards, plans way production
- -
HAROLD C. WALL :. I- .:'d m., 12:19 p. m., 6:00: p. m. will be put Into effect then with of twenty-six films annually ,
.ddl :....""':::"" Tickets and information at mployes taking ttvo hours for The British American Cinema

"| INSURANCE' !: earn is.CYa rsnt.sd Ik.tlmrlk(SMa.an,-. Ya.L"' ar..o,1u .. Smith's Service Station,' next to lunch Instead of one but workingan Studios, Inc., which proposesto HOTEL LEA ]L GTON

1 STAKKK.. FLORIDA Y 1 days r.aro.q .... W W hatati courthouse. a hour later in the afternoon. produce pictures for British
screens baa selected a location at
Opalocka. Efforts will be madeto "Miami's Most Popular Hotel"

t In ... ,_ "'ClIo -......... Interest here.other companies in locating

NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

L.1ty$ r THE NEW CHEVROLETS ST.LIQUOR PETERSBURG FIOIIT IS ON six-point Overlooking Bayfront Park & Biscayne Bay

r : program In its fight against the Opposite Union Bus Station
4- liquor traffic will be undertaken
unj :
j by the Anti-Saloon League of America -

offer the finest combination of at the eighth annual South
ern convention of the organization Lowest Rates Ever Ouoted
opening here Monday. Speakers at
F e tho 'convention will include Billy

Mkt :, high quality/ low prices and Sunday noted evangelist Bishop Single Room with Bath _____________________ $1.50
James Cannon Jr., F. Scott Mc-
Double Room With Bath ___________________ 2.00
Bride general superintendent of

the Anti-Saloon League and Dr, ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.
Ernest Cherrlngton educational director .

I operating costs Chevrolet has ever : of the league.FBEPABES. y


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offered to the American public assistant state attorney general Is \ '
busily engaged In preparing an appeal s 90 IfS' J5Ry
to the United States Supreme ". ; ,
Court In a three-judge federal ,00..
court decision that the bonds-for. O oS' < ;)
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THI MIW taxes provision of the 1933 Futch
STANDARD CHIVtOUT a aesn AowimeaMeNr Act la unconstitutional. "We expect % ,

i ... to take the appeal to the q' t'tS't f
World's lownt-pricetl Six ... f : ]
ai..Inbe most brill'int' performance And so, when you decide) United States Supreme Court just l'J
r and grtutt*.oporating I r as soon as the necessary papers .. pso \.
r( eooacmy ever' offend by' to buy your new car, may can be prepared," Carter said. .oO.bll / iO3.A.tb.

F Chevrolet. .featuring Body we suggest that you see and drive these) "We are working on the appeal as .r ji

by FUW (with No Draft 1935 Chevrolets. 'You will find that they rapidly as possible. R O' 1tO
Ventilation) Improved' (

I I I MssucBlue-FlameEngine... THI Nsw ITANOARO.COACH-. $47S give much more quality than!' you are Florida possesses more than 30- ....... \.
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t WZ'i ;nURCD i DIRECTORY people have learned nothing from Referring to our standard -price ,

BEHIND past experience, or It may be that list (which some people will tell .' I
Fir t QapMet Church L they Just like to help give several you contains: prices prevalent dur- .
Pastor Li[The of the Bible Told in Pictures I l
Rev (. U. Price, Story thousand parasites winter vacation ing the boom) we find 'hat $90 '!

School-OOO: a. m. the I In Florida Whichever way it would pay for printing 30,000 of .1 /'

offing II1day Worshlp-ll:00: a. m. Tee "In.id.nr MMMMiMvwMMBMM HMMHHMMHBHMMflMHMMHMAWBBMBBMMMKWMaw MMMMMMBMMMMHMMMHMHMMMMMUM -....,-.- is. the fact remains that they seem these blotters, and that $:).000 of ,t.

y, P. U-.6:1: p. m. Stole Cupltnl"JT N to be easier victims than perhaps them would cant $21.50--and 5,000 \

worshlp-7 p. m. ever before I I" as many as could be distributed < "
ellCher'S'enlng TraIning School Wed : E During the week we have been during a year by the method de ( '!

at 7:00: p. m. Dr OSCAR. JOHNSON: culled on by solicitors for an unknown si&"Dated-so It.s easy. to be seen .' "
id-week Prayer Servlce7SOo and KENT 'VATIOYTALLAlIASSEESectlon S and probably non-existent that this particular little racket .

orphans home a rescue home for netted Its operator $65 or $70 for' :

are Invited to all our servMethodTs 1 of fallen women alleged be oper- a few hours work" I ., I
ated In Jacksonville ".btonevolentassociation" I
artlicle 10 of the Constitutionreads a Multiply such Instances as thesea ':

; Churchev. : "But no property shall be which wanted moneyto dozen times or more during the :11
for literature printed In
exempt from sale for taxes or assessments year, and add to them the pickingsof
Pastor. Braille for the blind several advertising
B. M. Montgomery. *"" This Is held by wi .A 4. / tier hundreds of others who take 1
r blotter racketeers, peddlers -
unday School-10 a. m. Comptroller Lee to be In conflict /i from a few nickels, dimes and I
of thIs and of that
peddlers ,
rorninffWorsMplla.m.pworth with section 7 of the same article: 'w quarters up to as high as $50 or \
l.eague-6: p. m. which Is the homestead exemption professional panhandlers and professional $73, and It will be seen that each '

:vexing Warship. -7:30 p. m. amendment The comptroller la beggars subscription solicitors year we pay thousands of dollars .

:ou are Invited to all these serv- apprehensive that much, litigation A magazine, and so of(In.national, circula-, to these parasites which, for all .1

will In time ensue from this con- tion the good the money does, might .
recently published an exposeof better be thrown In the bay for
flict in the two sections of Article t.
the racket
Presbyterian charity explaining
by allowing ourselves to become 'f
10 As new experiences developIn
how to extract ,
H. Lowry Minister they are operated ,
George their victims we enable them to t 't
v. putting into execution the ma-
millions of dollars from
m.-Sabbath School. annually reach the next town and other victims ,
0:00 i: a. chinery Incident to the homestead the pockets of the public for the ,
M.-Morning Worship; and encourage them and oth '
1:00: A. exemption amendment, It becomes support of Institutions of various
m'oa by the pastor. 'apparent that until the amendment kinds which exist only on the ers of their kind to come another I
.Junior Christian! En- IWI year with perhaps the same or a '
i 3o p. m Is clarified by the submission of Imaginations of the racketeers. '
new and more profitable racket. ,
another amendment ,1
var. eliminating With these we are not so well acquainted ) I
:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. ambiguities and conflicts, prevail locally and might be excused So what We have come to the jl !
conclusion after observing the ,; J
ing opinion is that this one sec
If we are taken In by them, '
First Christian Church tions of the organic law will make performance year after year, that A
but certainly we should all bo past
McGuIre, Pastor the In the the noted Mr. Phineas T. Burnum -it i 1
Kev. W. T. more work for lawyers masters In spotting other varieties
the big fake sideshow was r
man. J
next few years than any single section -
of these who come to
School, 10 a. m. parasites '
:iible eminently correct when he remllrk'I
; of the constitution ever produced Florida to
each winter
11 a. m. preyon .l
ed that the public likes to be humbugged
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. I residents and visitors. and this being the case. I:'
meeting Wednesday 7:30: I BiiHlness men seem to be the .
rayer It's hardly worth our time warning
easiest marks of nil, for a fly-by-
m. people who want to be humbug&edagainst
reaching Second Sunday 11 a. ning to advise widows widowersand nIght who has never been heardof a crew whoso business It

and Sp.m. orphans, generally believed to or seen before can come in with Is to humbug 'em.-Funta Gordu ?

be excluded from the benefits of Jciui Baptized by John Ik. BaptUt.-"Then Herod, when he saw that he was mocked of the wise men, the breezes that blow down the Herald.

>sE\\OOD BAPTIST CHURCH the Homestead Exemption amendment was exceeding: wroth, and sent forth, and slew all the children that were In Bethlehem and In all the coasts cold waves and sell them anything 3Sr

Pastor to make application for exemption thereof from two years old and under.-Matthew Zt 10. After the massacre of the Innocents and the from stock In a macaroni farm,
:eL G. Hemingway, In the same manner that death of Herod, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph In Egypt and told him to take Mary and the child nutmeg factory or an Interest In Capital expenditures for school

ervices every Sunday. Bible head of a family who Is a Jesus, into Israel. "And he came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth: that it might be fulfilled which was the Brooklyn bridge. Local business buildings and grounds in Utah declined

idy 10:15: a. m. Morning Worp "every and resides In spoken by the prophets He shall be caned a N.zaren.-Matth.w 2t 23. "And the child grew and waxed men seem partial to advertisIng from 3018.000 In 1922 to
citizen of the
11 a. m. Evening Worship, to The strong in spirit filled with wisdom; and the grace of God was upon Him."-Luke 2: 40. All four Gospels rackets of various sorts, and $80,000 last year.
the state" Is permitted .
:3 p. m. to be contem- record the ministry of John the Baptist. Matthew, Mark and Luke record that baptisms were made by the.van&ellst when it was offered a number did
'ou are Invited to all these serv- comptroller Is said and describe the baptism of Jesus. "Now when all the people were baptized it came to pass, not hesitate for a moment to pay

plating the suggestion in spite ofa that Jesus also being baptized, and praying, the heaven was opened. And the Holy Ghost descended In a bodily $10-or was It $20-for a one-min HELP KIDNEYS'IF

contrary opinion of the atate'slegal shape like a dove upon Him, and a voice came from heaven, which ..Id. Thou art my beloved Son: In ute radio broadcast which nobodyhas function badly y
department. illustration Is from Merlan's story of the Bible In pictures, your kidneys
The I am well pleased. -Luke 8: 2122. This ,
ever heard. It would be quite and you have a lame, aching -
engraved In 1828-1630. impossible to Hut all the schemes' back with attacks of dizziness,

IOB JONES THE CIRCUIT COURT of Hills c of this character they have fallen burning, scanty or too frequent

borough recently held that residents benefit of homestead exemptionand the committee. 'He says that his RACKETEERS ARE IIERE for but the advertising racket in urination getting up at night

Comments On Here who have not yet perfectedtheir dodge tax: levies which It was mind la open on all proposals and -uml How \Ve Love 'Em! Its many variations seems to be the iwollen. .feet. use and Doan'ankles Pills, rheumaUopains 3,

naturalization papers to qua- contemplated that rental property would welcome 'any suggestionsfrom Last fall the Herald predictedthat favorite. /Jor", ', are especially for poorly I'

And Hereafter lify as citizens of the U. S. are entitled should bear It Is said that in citizens generally. Florida would. be overrun dur- Just a few days ago local business [functioning kidneys. Millions oC: ,,

1 to homestead exemptions one county more than BOO deeds __--4 Invented in ing the present winter season with men, so we are reliably informed boxes are used every year. Theyare
A device has
Lee opines that If unnaturalized and mortgages were recorded on and racketeers In forked over something' recommended, the country over 8u
be to petty grafters
that strapped
f.Ve read in the thirteenth chap entitled to exemption, I 1934 Foundation Germany can Ask your netghbortDOAN'S
citizens are the last day of and drlved the greater numbers than ever before. clone to $00 for little advertisements -
bather through
of John the
of the gospel then certainly widows and or- I. Is to the suspicion by little blotter which
tement that Jesus having loved given water with a .crank ,operated propeller The Herald was right. They are on a PILLS
phans of pioneering citizens are the fact that sale of documentary here, and evidently Punta Gorda were to be mailed out periodically.\ L
own loved them until the end. revealed great increase ? ttlu
due the same privileges stamp taxes a '
also read that He knew that all *in December and In Janu- r s,. w ,

liver was given unto Him. He ary of this year The Januarysale r.
[red and He knew. Of course, INASMUCH as that railroads, utilities of such stamps increased +
manifest in the and industrialists are watch-
Lord was God
over the same 4
about $400 per day
the assesmsent of IndivIdual SAFETY
Ish. However we as frail hu- Ing closely
month In 1934 Stamps are required
n beings may learn two Import properties this year. It is on all "promises to pay"to -

t lessons from this incident in believed that any generosity in Interpretation for each GLASS
amount of ten cents
of the" assessment the r -.. .. .-.. -r1
life of Jesus. He loved and $100 or major fraction thereof on -"
knew. Love was the motive laws or the homestead exemption transaction or record. "

[ver; knowledge was the guid- amendment will be immdelatelyseized every

power. Every life that sue- upon as an excuse to resortto ::4ALL AROUNIDI

>ds In sphere-la mod bye the courts to,have.the whole assessment THE SPEAKER Is just aa mucha ,
any ...........'
for it was sixty
of counties as
great motive. It may be am- rolls some contest today

(on. It may be love of money 1935 thrown out. days ago No one seems to haveit

wever, the real motive that In the bag, because all three

candidates Christie, Bishop,
ngs: real success for time and THE SUBJECT OF, LIQUOR
shell the
rnlty Is the love motive In the control: policies to be laid down by and Rogers continue Several to weeks
woods with vIgor.. .
man heart. Love Is the motor of the
the legislature Is now one .
the automobile. Knowledge ia ago Bishop's friends were claiming '
moat discussed of prospective
steering gear. A mother loves pieces of legislation expected to bea that he had fifty-three to pledges do much but :I _
nobody seems
baby but a lack of knowledge trial on the coming legislature.
of the
lout how to take care of the Best informed are now of the con- wagering in support

by might mean that the baby viction that there Is not the remote' _

>uld die while a loving mother chance: for state control in the NEWLY ELECTED President :: : t I"t'wV

endeavoring to saver' it., It takes sense that the state will actually Wm. H. Rogers of the Florida Bar &Ti _

well-balanced head and a Pert own and operate the retail outlets. Association, is sincerely of the

heart to put over any real Preponderance of opinion Is in the opinion that Floridians favor the -

lei-taking., i direction of private licensing as at bar's plan of selecting circuit -

a 'present, with the exception that judges over the present system of \1

"Jesug knowing that he had all the state will impose a gallonagetax nomination in primaries and appointment ( \ ., Yt A rs
wer took towel." He washed by the Governor Ina
a of 90 cents or $1.00 The national -
dcsciples' feet. He could haveen per capita of consumption In letten. on the subject President > ;: ""'

a throne or a sceptor, or a wet states It one gallon per year Rogers says: "I maintain that neither 4 IG a ,,a1, +s \ \t x BUILT IN "'" LUIOACE ,,+

wn, but He took a towel. He and the average state tax- Is 90 the citizens of the State nor + FENDERS {
in't have to take a towel. Love cents per gallon It Is estimated many of them who are lawyers are x ?d 6:00 x i8 Inch et+ t
eye does what it doesn't havedo. that a gallonage tax will produceIn satisfied with the administration i"ffC t \l TO WATCH )" *vlf *!i

Men do not have to go to the neighborhood of, $2,000,000 of justice The present system TIRES
'elgn fields become mis- that of selecting circuit judges Is unsatisfactory "-
hand in revenues It Is figured
)''nalres. Love sends- them there.ul a low licensing tax will drive the to most of our citizens %! \Sv > % \ 1
did not have to to prison about and I believe that most of our citIzens > -'
go .
to cover provide % -
id in dark bootlegger would much prefer to place \, : ':karr .3 1 "
spend long nights 1,000 retail outlets The questionIs "

ngcons with bleeding back andth whether these retail outlets except the duty of selecting 'Circuit IN THE FORD V-8 AT NO EX.T A COS1.,
of the ,,, -
his feet In stocks. Love sent hotels and restaurants wouldbe Judges upon the members .-, "

u there. A mother does not have limited to package sales. bar by majority vote by secret ballot -

watch by her baby through long Thought seems in accord on retail of the lawyers of the respective All
ys and weary nIghts. but love by the glass by hotels and rest. circuits.; Be:.' sure you get Things
+Ikes her do It. Yes love always aurants. -

+'s what it doesn't have to do INDICATING THAT the forth-

It love has to do what It doesn't coming session of the legislaturemay

|ve to, because it Is love. TALK DRIFTS to the matterof be urged to pass legislation ;
of the State
the 1937 presidency tending to eliminate frauds repeating t EXTRA COS'i
will at
fine time a little girl asked Na- Senate The the 1937 hold-over president mem- practices and generally t
be picked by of the '"
leon how many needles full of house In caucusat make for a preservation i
of the 1933
I ead It took to make a shirt. Na- ..The sanctity of the ballot, Col. J. B. .. '
the close of the session -/ v
!eon replied. "Only one if it Is be selected Hodges chairman of the State

cessary e enough.' to "stop The and rea.oly thread: it'the, Is from 1937 president among those present mem- :has Democratic appointed Executive a committee Committee of seven ., In the 1935 Ford ,V-0, S.frtyII C.... Beaul-ret you do not pay a penny f

'die Is because the thread Is notg bers will whose be terms candidates expire for this reelection year-I members of the executive committee HERE'S' THE AVERAGE around i* Included without extracot."Front extra for.them. I'

enough to finish the? Job. who of success to study the need for appropriate EXTRA COST
hope Se.IRlding
reasonable Comfort"TO
Moves ,
ry few people have enough Spessard Holland of Polk enactments APPROXIMATE' No matter what yon may want In a
ead in their needle to finish, anertaking mentioned under consideration are closing the for every passenger'I I 1. a baste part of ,

The who sued Is being prominently for poll tax payment and car-style safety '
in this men whoy So 'ia Beacham., ,of Palm Beach period at least three month FORD "'c'.deslp..TherebahuJI..11I; epeed, power,
world are men registration
> with who will be a candidate If he does election \insteadof back economy, rugged endurance or com
the proposition until the for gubernatorial before the primary EXTRJLDOLLARVALUE luggage compartment of the
not decide to aspire.
rk Is done. A lot of people are thirty days before, a* at pres- Ford V-8 fort-the' Ford V-8 for 1935 will
honors. rear teat. match.
lures This would it Is pointedout FEATURES
because they start a Job ent :
ve it and start another one. was ex- relieve candidates of the purchase the rolor of the body at no extra meet your need See this car today.
GOVERNOR for Individuals.It Saf b-etwa1.id I 7Jfk.$lMJnkfsrlgg .
thing Is taxes
ever finished. That la of poll
of the reason so many bril- pected to return to Tallahassee-thU well defined would make possible an examin- ... i1.N charge.. .U you alud.l., feature by feature, '1

nt people with a variety of gifts week with pretty to ation of the registration books and UfMtMNMCesrfert you will agree It I* the biggest dollar
what he Is going propose 6.00 16" air-balloon. tire
to Big x
Ideas as are
ke a failure of life.' It ia well poll tax receipt by committee of rl.iFesetr .L' ,g...

delevop all of our gifts but when to the legislature In his from mes-a the bar or citizen with a few topurging c.._.......- re, standard equipment. value In Ford history And If you
Suffering a relapse
are using one of the gift let's sage.recent attack of the flu. his doctors the book of obvious to Hrtek Me* TJ tfltM All these' feature are of the drive It-you will buy it.
lab la to part
Anothet thought
job that that la fraud '. .
gift supped ordered him to sunny climesto Ir AIr.......
to do.. advocate complete registrationin kN1M dollar mluo In thedelivered
recuperate. He- was \Instructed a . .. extra. yon get
the state, largeor AI1I'.r.O..D.-rJIOrr.
work whatever but the every county In I the ...__. .. Saar
of Ford V-8.
anger of excessive burns liesso to do no called for small prior to the 1936 primary TeM S74JO price new '. 495 F__. r....... 11.'_..'

much In the burns themes his Governor'neverthelees collection of data on the various election This Is suggested They" ....ketOI' Comfort, Safety and f::'::: t'r -.J

as In the loa of bodily which he has beencODIIlderln& would eliminate thousand of

ids caused by them. subject much name of removed or deceased men
and will spend
of the time evolving his program and women which have been continued '
on the book It Is recognized -

....... recommended-legislation I that there are at present too FORD 78

COLDS STRONG SUSPICION exists many local law bearing on the W.ANDREWS.Jr

i conduct of primary elections withrespect J.
>66fro FEVER that In some counties, 'at least, to registration and poll
of rental property aremaking : .
nt .arHeadaches owner I tax Chairman well Ci Tai Ala-roaa IYWIrJIIT
"shadow sales" to tenant : these and other mat- lust. :=;. ;
the think that == T5 't yte ;
? f A M.BM.. so as to give.those properties : $STARK,; FLORIDA -
; warHortiy:M can13ere! ofaomesUJUU. receive the .- r.- .I- .1)
statue .,.. .,'. 'r4.t/.% './4Ya1. nn'.n." ""if ,

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PAnE,, _11:1011'1'_,. '" .. .. _. __ ." __ 8,1911
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I" SCHOOL BOARD phone Exchange requested an'adjUstment ORDER 0"+ PF11t.lPpp10t -
\ A GOOD EXAMPLE ANNOUNCES TEACHER! on the assessment of the No'a'ICI<) 'l'o APPMIn ells

q Bradford 'County Telegraph I: There are those who have sun- Maybe You've Exchange for the year 1933 and whose SteinsrCandhwifeY Annn'' ''' Frank
place ot
:I petted: all along that a fertile (Continued from Page One) 1934. By appropriate action the North Oak Pork realdenec' ,Ktelas hiitkq"

Established 1877 j jif farm 'was fairly good Insurance represented by delegation from Board went on record as favoring Illinois, that the Fed..ral' Land,' li ,,

if, --- .- -- .... ... ... ..., .. -". ,, I against a man's starving to death, Heard It, ''But Lawtey School. ILawtey an adjustment and the Tax Ass .- Df Columbia a Bill of, Complaint a uorpo'allull..galnntrll, ,heMOked (.

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class and the succesi-of the Carlisle! Fla. sor,was Instructed to make a fair In the Court hf
Seed and Plant Company on Its Jan. 26 1935. and equitable adjustment of the County Florida. In Chn"t N
Post Office at Starke, Florida forerloBe a' MortirnKe coviii ',
Matter at J acreage here during the past two A letter like the following Is all Mr. A. J. Griffis, said assessments. following described land Vin:! *! ",

seasons seems to prove the fact ; back and Starke, Fla. Pauper allowance of H. Raulerson being In Bradford County, Florly II '
to alt to-wit
the nisi
Owner excuse we : ,
: MatthewsZZ= ___________Editor and
E L. ____ conclusively.The Dear Sir: was raised to $4.00 per month; The 8W Of the NEVt\ of Aortlo
.. .... --- farmer take it easy for.. another week. died his 11. Township e S. n 20\ I.- ,
.. '" Bradford County Since I saw you yesterday. :I W B. Blocker having talnlnir 80 acres, nVnre ? con-
\ SUBSCRIPTION RATE lot during the past four or five Long life and,good. luck to our con- have decided to mail my certificate< name was dropped from the pau- The BWM of the NWii' ?-. lee....

Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance years has not/been an easy one. trlbutors! *. to you Instead' of waiting until per roll;; the following persons tlon 12.tny Townahlp 40 ftcros.6 S"Ho,pure 2n"oontuJn R.

Yearly, $1.50; Strawberries, upon which he'depends In ''Defense of Reed Eaters Monday. were added to the pauper roll; IfiHHt or

Advertising Rates on Application principally for his money A recent issue of a dally,paper', Owing to the feeling that Mr. John Benton $2,00 per month; Jane namedeinrel you" Notice ana .ale "ijf.I

.. crop have been almost a complete Austin and so far as I can learn, Rlgdon $2.00 per month, George required to appear to kilo n.Ei1' pia

,:. Bradford County will have a bigger and better Strawberry failure during these years. But the carried an item headed" "Seed Eaten .I Mr. Phillips and Mr Prevatt have Haze $2.00; John Bailey $2.00 for' on of the Complaint tut day.of o filed April"i>">V .'t >t..,

question naturally arises-Why de- Hurt Progress The squib for me I don't think it would be one month only; Mrs. Essie Waters Court House fn Starfe. Flnrlba| ;t el6

Festival this year. pend entirely upon strawberries? was probably skipped by most of best for me to work in Lawtey any $3.00 for one month only; Mrs. I be entered Decree against Pro you earth; '
;: '; those who scanned the paper, as' It for failure and[ |
I I o The Carlisle' people came here longer.I Fronie Clemmons $200 for one you to appear,
; ;I last year, rented a tract of land looked like a piece of bird lore; : could not do my best work month only; Will Hughes $2.60! for: I l b.IT publUhed 13 OKIlEHED once a that thl.or?.ll"
three times: once before,; but those whoiread, it'must have week
'f' Most people fight their battles ,that (Is no more fertile than th u- with school officials taking the one month only. consecutive we.k. In the n"iaf2;: ?

\ once during and once afterwards. ,, ; sands of other acres In this county, been small amused'to"learn after that some I stand against me as they are now. .T, S. Rogers applied for pauper 5 County nor O-A TJfBT..h-a..n; .w"l j III)"1JI'l''. dla.h.1t
rk4 farmers receiving If matter of which denied. County, Florida.
_- and, by the comparatively simple It were a neglect- allowance was
o "i FERA seeds, atethem Instead of This as day of
:* February
if,1> act of growing cabbage,, tomato Ing my duty or of failure in some Application of J. C. Box for an A. .1 THOMAS, 1935,
Z:'! Add thankless jobs: Trying to convince a young boy that and.onion plants for sale, have planting them. As a specific ex- way, I could correct that. Increase In'' pauper allowance was .. froyt "

l t school days are the happiest of his life. made more money during thet lr mentioned ample a Bradford, who bad County eaten man not was less As it Is I see no way of doing refused. 3-l-5t-8-9. rldL

brief, stay than the.average,Brad : any thing myself. '. -'-
1.. s farmerhaa; made in many eeaSons than two bushels l of cowpeas sent! I have asked Mr. Austin and Opens New StoreN. I MASTKU'S" '' 8:\t.K:
forcj ,; NOTICE !I. hereby given
'Mr. (hut .
him. Jacksonville dl- nn
vSome. girls are so dumb they think outdoor sports are.the put together.: They have even : rector.,of"the Texadav,'Mal rehabilitation, Mr. Shuford not to consider me'at Sternberg, well-known Starki d of..r Foreclosure and by virtue made of a "I"al, beer,
young"hlsn around the drug store corner. '. been: able to,Wrtag .:pntlt from program, was, said to-be distressed .. all In their appointment for next merchant, this-week announced thtopening by the Honorable A. Z. rendrrH Adkl
,"r the: lowly mustard green, refusing year, (or under the existing circumstances of a' new Store In Chief- Judge of the Circuit Court at .lb.
0 over the Uer..J.or&1 No. 11'"" 28th Judicial Clrc-ult of
's.,6 11,000 this season for a patch ofa I cannot accept. 'He 'I"rlolo, I,
to offer
Don't ftuteseada-'ihattean be land Saturday, ; ,expects and for Bradford County. In Chant
>Wives with wandering-' husbands wish their, ppous.es I Ii. few acres 'as'It"stood* 'In' tttM Thanking you for anything that I tlie'customer; of"hia new establishment ; eery, dated the Z7th day of Feb,.''
,! "11SWhal eaten; give 'ttm jiastoitbeans; : tungi do for me. 1 \ ary 1D3S In that certain, .,
'i..... would adopt the "Live at Home". program. >?',r..' i' j .fleld'I' oil. seed or cotton-seed. ,you. may am. the same high class therein lately pendinglietw'ccn Th.
"' ( btts' bWtf drrite"by1flh'&eoutsider \ Yours'truly; Federal Land'Bank of (Column L
of merchandise that has
,::1V, f._ 1 In:, O -''I f ,-t f j jo'if. "'" ; The Bradford'blan'tholgbt"he' (Signed) Plaintiff and M. R, Plum,,,( II
? bti u.: late d* scale cdoid been found in his store here. Miss wife. Veidle E. Plummet-, tftatants ,
r The writer of "There's A Long, Long Trail A-Winding" quite )JUkelV'*i5e" Vutillcktfeti '''WIth was jUl tlfle 'ln eating'the peas;; (Mrs. D. L) Georgia E Blackburn. Ruth Sternberg.- daughter, will the undarnlgned, who 1I'U
therein appointed
.e S"erl,1
bethought a"quart-<< peas In the Replies to Board It.l"
detour. similar ettdE1dnditrt&iht farmers ; manage the Chlefland business. In Chancery to execute the
was probably inspired by a marketing ':' stomach was better than two bush Mrs. Georgia Blackburn, of Law- will on Monday, the let day. ot Aprlt'ama

1 ._.---o ;JOr:. !: it wou4.be'Nyortn"ccff.P"eratlveIY.Cttalnly try els In the bush; and he probably. tey, this week made public the following :Commercial. Course 1986 hefore, during the Court the legal House ho....door ot ale, "I Ii

that used to keep a safe for neces- ng. Each year seedliome new'sec'-' reasoned as follows: First they letter: commercial Stark' Florida. .ell to the hlghn
t _business' firms All persons 'Interested In a -
Many lad no business sending him two Lawtey, Fla., and best bidder for cash, the ro.,

: sity now keep one for the impression it makes ,: acreage ion of to the.strawberry state devoting'large planting in bushels, enough"'to' plant four March 4, 1935. see'' Miss course Gwendolyn are requested Buddlngtoa to owing. rrdnad described being: In lands Bradford Hltuate Counit, I iy.rig .

when two quarts would have :
acres, To whom It concern:
0 I an effort to'get Its shire"of"the may or Miss Hope Haynes during the 8J4 of NK%- of SWM and the NIX I
been enough.'land; they should have i I understand that Supt Griffis of. sw of
8KV4 14 HrUlon 24
, movie studios. They've bean',ipufcsf proceeds from this once profitable week of March '11 to 15. They
Miami is to get two waited till planting time.' Keeping Ie having a letter of mine printed Town.hlp 6 South Kan ire li

*. ting on a good show down there for some time now. pIX <,u I crop" peas for two or- three months II without my permission. I want the will, be in the high school study or Kant leu", containing, In Bradford 40 acres County, nmr'
Bradford County soil la fertile haU from 3:30: to 5:30: o'clock' In
might cause the weevils to eat 'em people to know' why this letter was Florida.
Yy -p 'and is capable of growing almost the' afternoon and from 7 to 9 with the apnurtenanceH. Said Dale 1.be It
\, up., Second If he did plant them written to Mr. Crlffls. I was madeto made pursuant to Bald Decree ti
I What could be happier than a woman with a new way to every kind of known truck. It is,,a cutwprms, larkd'tmd, doves 'might believe by Mr. Austin, one of our o'clock, at night. satlfcfy the name and contH.K. ,

fl I arrange the same old fruit into a design for a salad? .. waste of talent to devote It to one ruin' themor*if they 'did not trustees, and by Mr. Griffis that 31\. Special. K. PERRYMAN Mauler. In Chancery, ,
: to the exclusion of everything ''
crop screw-worms!: tot>ace6 worms'boll the patrons of this) school did not TAKE MIM'S IRON TONIC I 2.29.NOTICE .
0 Diversification shouldbe
else. weevils, peach tree'borers'or cows want me to teach next term and FOR RHEUMATISM o-p .KCIIOOIrosoinn..

r They used to say that March comes in like a lamb but this the new order of the day., would likely-destroy them or they that It I was best fortme: not to're- INDIGESTIONAlso By the TION MI.KOTIONl vented In them flu(

''t', it came in like Byrd returning from the South Pole. -0---WILL OBJECT_ might have been planted In theprong turn. Under those;: circumstances use Mint's White OH Board of Public power Inntructlon of Dnt-
year SOME Liniment for Flu and
ford County. hereby call
1" > \ phase of the moon, making t could not conscientiously accept o'i'J:
l In the
election to be arhool
> 0 Pneumonia an
i\? If the coming legislature'passes nothing but vines, or, the AAA a position in this school or any ASK YOUR DEALER! houses In-vVanderbllt Hellhrnn ant

sly));;. One"exchange wonders which one of the quintuplets will local bills recommended by the might order them, plowed 'under. other school where I was not want- to Rising determine.Special whether Tax School or not Dlntrlru they

when get old enough to play bridge. Bradford County- 'lsh'a d Game Farming Is,such' la' gamble, you hall coneolldate, to elect three Ir.,-
kibitzer they ed.Mr.
be the
But boiled with tees and determine the mlllago totnanneaited
Club, non-resident hunters next know cowpeas .. Griffis understood why I FLORIDAGAINESVILLE i .
Xlciilnff two
.. 0 year will be faced with ,a closed streaked bacon Is no gamble. Moral wrote him that I would not acoept for said. consolidated for district,yon 1111

few The fellow''' Iii the Model T thinks it's "unfair competl"tion' season on Saturday ,and Sundays N in this and with the necessity the hands of a poor man. He himself has advisedme t"eW:
his county lug year. election in n Plstrlt-t l No ItN.
pv: 'wh r. a slicker in a Packard starts fee of should not : D. XJreen.-t. -R. Starling! W. C
of paying a registration 't Nobody blame our county that It was best for me to FRIDAY. MAR. 8thON ,
Iff Mott r.IIpnl "
Clemons and Cleve.
;1'\j..I n a dollar before being allowed ,to : 'nan,for eating'cowpeas: when return and that I had taught here _

'1" knockers never do anything is that they I hunt here at all. he had, them., They were the pio long enough.' TUB 'STAGE edFor the 'purpone. 'of hotdlnci nil
The some
C reason election In RlMlnir I Olntrlct III.
+ the actions of others. This Is not as It might seem at neer's mainstay for they'tbrive on After this letter was written. I tS. Crosby n. C. Lewis, J. ioN::! ;

J+ ,have so little time'off from panning first blush, a selfleh-move on, the new,* sour land where nothing else was asked by a number of patrons "" ssow roru man For and the H. H. Lewis of are holding Rp-mlnlti.old

0 part of local hunters but is a move will 'grow. If It had not been for to: teach for them another year; [ election -In purpos Vanderbilt IXxtrUt Na

; be made by the cowpeas' and the'old red potato,, and I was assured that I was want 10, H 1* Norman, S. W. Whltehead
J the time berries ripen now folks will necessary and L. L. Norma
Maybe by our up growlnl'I. J. C. Tarbrousrh,
r: scarcity of game here. I. which'1 would grow wherever wild ed by a vast majority of the pa- are appointed'
$ so hungry! ''for'them'that they will bring a respectable price. rosemary and prldkly pear could :rons. .,...rw.r.we..rI Said election to be' held Tuendir
i t- Situated as it Is, In close proximity March the llth, 1136
0 metropolitan areas, this exist; the sand hill regions of Flor- To prove that this was true, a W. C. Manning. Chairman.
'Ida would still be"unsettled.' In petition, which I did not solicit, A.. J. URIFFI3.
yoilfwant tell him send county, has become the week-end and Co. Supt
child you'll Sea.
to discipline your non-resident the flatwooda ricJt1'also"could be was signed by 128 patrons and tax-
of sports-
schools eleven months in the goal many 1 tlieer ru tat razorbacks' and to the board.
,: .him to England where run year. men who often pay little attention grown. and payers presented
1' found plenty of1 #tnt-root and I After r understood that I was
1 0 to the bag limit and who must be are
flag-root'to get s'dtne Covering for wanted I promised that I would ,
made to observe some rules before -
The man of the house had better begin nailing down his they realize the Importance ol their: ribs. Paint-root made' their accept my same place In.the school

,<9 prized. possessions. It's about time for spring house-clean-: conserving game in a county bones red and flag'-root which Is for the coming year: -

fe. where they have no Interests-out* very,,bitter gave their flesh a pe- Yours very truly, ALL SEATS RESERVED

culiar flavor and 'Imparted to It Georgia E. Blackburn ADV ANNeE' SALE NOW l.'
of season.
,7e o ? hunting certain medicinal'' virtues ((1), (Mrs. Dalton L. Blackburn.) err
1 'No doubt there ,will ;be, some r Mat. S m.-.Prices S5o, 830-
who after freeze looks for the which saved the pioneers from havIng p. M .
f.' An optimist is a farmer a local i hunters who"'will' object, to COUNTY ENTERS PLEAFOR .
to These plants now $1.10 Inc. Tax
buy pills. ( )
!{'t good bloom left on his berry bushes instead of for the dead the closed Saturdays and Sundaysfor seem to be extinct, Cowpeas and RACE FUNDS
: -. ',' the law will apply to reil- Eve SSO p. ITL -Prlcea 83o, 91.1041.65 r
ones.u rice, i boiled together razorback -
dents as well as nonresidentsbut -:. pork, was called "hopplng- (Continued, from Page One) (Inc. Tax)

0 a bountiful supply of game JOhn"probably ''"because It was lay disbursement thereof until ,

RV Every person who joined the All Florida Committee hast on the days when they are allowed .generally served at dances, as p11.m April 15th, 1035." 2 1-8 IIOUR SHOW

t4 t? done his bit toward making the country more Florida-con- to hunt .hould be),compensa au Is at 'present. It Is not altogether The Board received a letter from /
Ion enough for the two days when Impossible' that the Bradford the Clerk of. the Circuit Court of a
scious.ri out of the field. Nassau to the effect that
4 ? they must keep ; man added rice and baoon to -iiZ1r

0 -' its order for cowpea*,"so that be the County Commissioners of that
A GROWING INSTITUTION, County would be unable to longer
"4Vounit Woman Home With Big Wildcat," says head- : could feast on"hopping-John" use the County prisoners of Brad- rii::
It is estimated that Us sixth annual while he blessed the FERA-yum,
When did the wedding take
Lake ford
line in the City Reportar. Strawberry Festival attracted yum. yum! Whocan blame County. .
Notary Public Bond of Alma Mc
J place? l .OOO outsiders to Plant City him? J'Cpwpeas h
Millan Bain was approved.The .
'I" 0 on the opening day this week. This I can'becooked, several Board went on record as being .

,'_;> Wonder what the bathing suit stylists have in store forJii I.shoot a goal at when for Bradford Us' Festival County comes to and ways cheap, greed'4Jebea'or dry."Bellides, making being good a opposed allocation to any and change distribution in the New .

.I i us this summer? Hope they take our weak heart into consideration oft In April. I blessing to man and beast, this of present the race track funds other

*,i The celebration here last year legume Is a great rejuvenator to 1 1>
than would provide for an earlier
was considered a success In every worn-out soils. And Its usefulness Smart
.JJr 0 distribution than April 15th.. and .
>> sense of the word and many peo goes farther yet. If a new pair of
the Clerk was instructed to
If a tate'wanted' to mop up it should place a tax on pie In other parts of the state No. 'brogana .will not accommodate Inform the County's representatives so-

brains.. That is one article few people would deny being in heard he first about time Starke through, perhaps news for ar a pair of No. 11,*' wet feet the fill them In the State Legislature Exclusive .
with dry cowpeas peas
H. A. Bishop of the Starke Tele-
$ possession of. Idea about' Its Strawberry'" Festi- sad> they will swell and enlarge

0;,, 0 val. the shoes., In" the limestone sections Selection of paper Includes
The celebration In' Plant City of Florida when slabs of heavy vellum parchment and Per.ona'Stationer,
:t(i Tallahassee Democrat says that heavy water might has become an institution with atone were Wanted for chimney cheek-pattern styles. Monograms

r be new,to scientists, but not to the boy who had to lug pail six years to Its credit,' and of hearth crevices to the ledges were attractive or Initials coma di choiceof with
course this county can hardly tiled with dry peas water poured Startling VALUES Imprint.Ing.
Rafter pail of (It from the well. Marvelous (iffes. order
hope to attract such throng wit on, ad la a couple of days the several styles for
+ your own use. Address
0 only one year's experience behind !swelling of the peas had pried the Here are a fewtHANO.UCTTKR Name and

\ Employees. Key West are going to be allowed an extra us. However each succeeding slab loess, Dry cowpeas were ...
Festival should be bigger and bet. used ta lieu of shot to chase the 1.25 Monogram
... 'hour' for a nap at noon time. That should do more than any ter than the last-and It will be If larks) out at the eorn fields. la I ,. ,

I:1:1.,' other. one thing to attract. people to our -southernmost city. very: loyal citizen lends his sup farther ,Me t en:'cowpeaa are I .
**.k' ..o i .. port. know -frtjolea"'' and are theMiastay r-:. .:.el-n't
..... .
BUYS- ale
---- o-- at the population. :'When fS ._. ........ and,
; said the
An who attended a nudist party members '
ANTS AND A BLIND MAN floe some reason a crop falls, revolution ;: s.-"'- arts ;

a of the colony just sat around and played guessing games. News stories. last week toM 11'sum to follow (though 100 BRIDGE SCORES a

}-DbMan'i seem to us that there would be much left to guess about a blind negro sixty-three UM Standard Oil company gets the WITH NAME ATTRACTIVELY -
:{ bout.' I yean 'old, who hitched to a plow blame On the Barbary Coast PRINTED a' _.._ Miat ..trleF.e.e.

., ," paused at the end of a long furrow alone thfj Mediterranean a varetly with .".rt
..1 of known as "lentils." .. *.** .
freshly turned and said: cowpeas **;*
.. .' BRIDGE TALLETS. lie ..._. *)r.* **1. HeLAIDCHKCK delight to use .
'It In speaking of the new cars, Avery Powell says they wiUIt "The Bible says we have to liveby'thesweat furnishes the staff of Ilfe. Early MODERNISTICALLYDESIGNED /1.1a.q.. ...a_ ,
the 10th century the had
of our brow, and crops
ahead of everything but the monthly payments. And to AND INDI-
run ailed for
that Is what I am doing"Guiding several year., and the

r,the'owner it 'seems that they will pass everything but a gasoline the plow was his wife people, became, desperate' and 60 VIDUALLY WHITE AND PRINTED.50 .. .. A compliment to your
)!, station. who said she and her husband turned pirates.'' The United States IVORY _______$1.25See ..*e.-.._rt.Br s a.'*_n Ie>. .
were teaming up now, as they bad had to send Captain Stephen Decatur !. ....... .. .... !. friends to receive .
11' .
'I o done for many years to eke out a there to stop the piracy and .t...'. S*.w.._sansei.. ../...
There is a town in northern Europe known as the living from the soil. become'' famous. In view of the .. N ....a.".

<'is): "Laughing City" because of,the good humor and genial 'spirit Last year this decrepit negro above statement. It is seen' that Our Samples-They WIll .1.1.-e1.Se,

its inhabitants.. Could it be that they have'an' absentminded made a little money,on his cotton. I he cowpea Is satisfying, dynamic, Prove Irresistible To The
.r'of He also raised a good corn cropa and has made history. Then, how MANY SEE ATTRACTIVE SA1UPJESAT

tax collector? better crop, folks in the community can the eating of 'two bushels of Descrimlnatlng Hoe ... WHICH OTHERS TO SELECT FROM: OUR OFFICE TOD.\f.

( o say, than was grown by Cowpeas hurt progress?

"' It.is reported that several families who liked the looks of other farmers more able. Near I It'is to be hoped that Mr. Tex-

its house'the ground has been ada win not allow to become
cowpeas -
our town and wanted to settle here have to move on ret -
broken for planting corn, potatoesand .."seeds of .discord; ," that he
t cently because,there were no vacant houses. Too bad that we sugar cane.Handicapped will forget that two-bushels matter BRADFORDCOUNTY BRADFORDCOUNTY BRADFORD

.couldn't accomodate them. as he Is, this hard and send us more. If he fears

ct 0 worker's one ambition Is to "get that the'peas wlU be eaten, then COUNTY;;
oft the relief.- he let him send
says. an extra with
yr r The Stuart Daily News reports this little drama: "[ .am It seems strange that strapping each bushel; the recipient quart will no TELEGRAPH TELEGRAPH= TELEGRAPH

'fi't sorry," said,the dentst. "but you cannot have an appointment human beings should be forced togo doubt, take the hint and plant the

;X with me this afternoon. I have eighteen cavities to fill." And to such humble things aa ants quart at least. Nothing like di- C
and blind negroes for lessons In lomacy In cases like that.
picking t'hlif bag he went out. ,
r f ,, thrift and enterprise H. E. LAOERGREN.: -, .
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