Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02524
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: spite of generally improved .

N FESTIVAL : : BREAK OUT conditions Hage-s in ,Bradford there were County fewer during mar- ORGANIZETampa ; 1 !

1035 than there were in 193-1

I County Judge E. K.;: Pe-rryman disclosed -

_ I 'Wants To Know Town A Epperson Says He 1 Will this week.A Will Join
1 J I total of 161 licenses were issued -

: Opinion Before I He Candidate For to couples last year, while In Fight For :

Staging Event'ILL I Senate 173 applied during 103J. Juno, the ProjectMANY I
traditional month of brides, was!

':\ l\1EET'\V1T1l CLUB I ( :;:ii OTHERS -EXPECTED: couples most popular applied In for 1935.licenses Twenty-one during WILL MEET WITIF

ND CITY COUNCILThe ; i : TO ANNOUNCE SOON that month, April and October tied ROAD HOARD ON JAN. 27

__ for second place with eighteen applications -
( Jones-Lnngford-Whlte Post I < : The opening gun in county pol- and August came nextIn The fight for completion of State> \

American Legion will hold up i : ,- I,'jltics had apparently been fired popularity. when seventeen 1 11-: Road 13 between Baldwin and Yu- I
: this week
by Sheriff W. J.
plans for the third annual Strawberry Epper- censes' were issued. lee advanced considerably during
|son who announced
that he would
Festival here pending: the During the past two week the past week with the organization
run for the State
Jutoome of conferences to.be held ; 13tn district. His Senate from the Judge l'erryman has Issued II- in Gainesville last Friday of

,-ltli the Business Men's Club and ii accordance with action was In I censes to the following: T. J. McIntyre \, the State Road 13 Association.
a promise made to
_ he Qlty-Councll. It was Announced I and Frances Powell both of
I the voters here In the last election I Early Friday morning large
uUowing a meeting In the Legion 'Middleburg; Chas W. Batten and
that he would not run for the of- delegation of prominent official
Tuesday night. [ ftce of sheriff again In this coun- Edith Geneva Forayth, of Starke: and citizens of Nassau County ap
|, It was stated by Legion spokesen ty, Kpperson said. Hugh E. Sharp and Inez Thomp pdared la Starke and asked that a
that there had been some r kind, of Starke.MANY .
While the sheriff, Is the first to delegation! from hero accompany
PijrKiclsm: of previous Festivals and make known Intentions throughthe ... .- them Iln> a tour of towns below

[that the organization would seek columns of'the Telegraph, political here In an effort to organize: a
Ito determine whether or not the talk has been rampant here DOLLARSWill mass movement on Tallahassee for "

[community really desires the an- fbr/ the past few weeks an,! there I II January 27, the data Hot for the

Inual event before planning to spon- I will be no dearth of candidates budget meeting of the State RoadDepartment.
[ior It again this spring. : I when June rolls around, It Is be- Be Sent Here .

\ It is believed that the criticism '- lieved. Col. D. E. Knight, H. C Wall

referred to wait the statement by ':,'- I This being general election year, IF BONUS PAIDSENATE Charley 13.: Johns and A. A. Dur-

|Nome business men that the.carnl- I candidates will doubtless make den joined the delegation from

val held In connection with the their announcements early and it Nassau and they met with ready
Howard Chandler famous 30. Starke will hold its second for the A floor show and

Festival, "took too much money Christy is thought that few county Jobs response from Gainesville and
tiut of town." artist, with his favorite model, annual ball on this date, and N. other special features jajre also be- will go uncontested. EXPECTED: TO Ocala the two towns visited that -

R': The following officers of the lo- Elsie Ford, looks at the painting Steinberg chairman of arrangements ing arranged. As last year, tickets Sheriff Epperson's statement VOTE ON ISSUE day. __ 1
which will be used as the official announced this week that
elected at the Monday follows
Cal post were will be $1 per couple, and 23c I : A mass meeting was held at In
poster to advertise the BirthdayBall Bill Boswell and his Windsor Ho-
[ meeting: A. J. Thomaa, post I "By this method I wish to express Baldwin Friday in the Inter. |(f
ladles. night
commander; Dr. M. B. McLendon, for the President on January ter Orchestra, has been engaged for unaccompanied I R. A. Green has '
I my thanks for the support of eat of the project and was attended -
vice-commander K. G. Dun- estimated that the soldiers bonus,
[first ;
the voters of Bradford by several interested
second vice-commander N. i County If paid by Congress, will meat businessmen
Jean, ; .
SILENT I during my past political ven and officials from here
If; :). Wainwright Jr., adjutant; C. WORK BEGINSOn GAME SCARCITY"Disgustipatea" tures. $140,426.00 paid to veterans In .
Bradford The fight for the missing link InRoad
[jt. Crumpler, sergeant-at-arma. OFFICES FORMERLY OCCU- County A total of $4-
PIED BY FERA NOW I "During my last campaign I 854.874.43 would be released In his 13 came Into the open when
Lawtey VACANTAll stated to the voters that I would district, comprising sixteen counties Jacksonville announced recently
|G. C. LIVINGSTONDIES not otter for Sheriff the next term the congressman said. that a large delegation from that I

Is quiet in the front officesof and though I have had BOrn en. It was expected that the Senate town: would appear at the road
ROAD PROJECT WPA headquarters here once HUNTERS HERESOME couragement to run in the coming bill to pay the bonus In baby bonds board meeting and ask that funds
primary for that office, I am backIng 'or the Baldwin-Yulee road be
of would
NEWS IS SHOCK TO the scene feverish activity when come up for a vote today
MANY FRIENDS i -,1 the rooms were devoted to the -S up that promise to the public."I I Payment in bonds Is the bill whicha transferred to a project known as

HERE I LABOR STARTS THIS PERk staff. Now with the FERA BELIEVE SCREW I have been asked by friends In Senate committee substituted for the Maxvllle cut-off. The completion -

; WEEK CLEARING extinct and the State Welfare WORMS ACCOUNT both Union and Bradford Counties -I the one passed last Friday In the of Road 13 would throw a lot

_),George C. Livingston, former RIGHT-OF-WAY Board not yet moving In full FOR SHORTAGE to run In these Counties for House of Representatives which of traffic around Jacksonville in*
4 I I
I resident of Starke, who has been stride, all employees of the wel- State Senator these Counties. provided for full cash payment of stead of through the city It was '!,
"living in Tampa since 1919, died at Actual work started this weekon fare department here have been seanfcr comprising the 19th Senatorial 1 the certificates. stated.
The which
hunting began
"'Is homer "ProspectKwad.. straightening out Road 13 dismissed;or transferred and rooms I District -this I am going ta do The eventual cost to the government Starke interests, although in favor .
I/Wednesday/ afternoon at 1:30: through Lawtey as the J. P. Camp- that once resounded with the click- auspiciously here on November 20 and am asking continued support Is estimated at 92,401,000,000, of the Maxvllle cut-off which.

rufclock.!' The announcement of his bell Construction Co., of Ocala, Ing of typewriters and the sortingof seems to have about petered out, from the voters at the coming but backers of the Senate bill say would shorten the distance to

[death was a shock to his many put a large crew of men to work files are now spookily silent. judging by the little interest that primary, June 2nd. I will make 'the Immediate expense would be Jacksonville, are particularly anxious -
friends here with whom he was clearing the necessary right-of- A Miss Stubbs, from the Green local sportsmen are taking in the I formal announcement at the proper I only $1,000,000,000 because most that Road 13 be completedsince

jvery popular and known for his way.The Cove office, is here on Monday matter at the present time. A I! time." of the bonds would be held for full It would throw a lot of trav-
oily disposition. contract which was recently Wednesday and Friday mornings, few die-hards are sticking to it, "Yours truly, I maturity. el I through here that haa hereto-

Although he had been away from awarded by the State Road Department from 9 o'clock to 12 o'clock for the but the majority are spending less I "W. J. Epperson" ---.------- fore been going Into Jacksonvilleand

here many years, Mr, Livingston in Tallahassee, calls for purpose of Interviewing clients, but and less time In the field as game I Black Won't Run directly on down the East
if still owned property here and was 87471.14 for the two-mile project that Is about all at the 'present becomes harder and harder to I WEATHER STAYS Coast.

[a frequent visitor In Starke.He which will leave the present time. Mrs. Edward Burns, a for- find.There State Senator R. L. Black, of A meeting will be held next
route of Road 13 In the heart of FERA has been IDEALGOOD Gainesville, owner of large tractsof
mer employee, are two schools of thoughtas week
Is survived by his wife, Mrs. I at some town of central 1 location
Lawtey and will follow the railroad transferred to the Gainesville welfare land in Bradford County this
[Jessie Livingston. and two daughters to the reason for the noticeable and final arrangements will be
track south of town. Two right- office. She will continue to scarcity of quail. One side advances SHOWERS HELP week stated that he would not become
. [ Mrs. E. O. Mansker and Mrs. made for the delegation to go to
1. angle turns and several bad curves make her home in Starke. the theory that screw i TO REVIVE BERRIES a candidate for governor In Tallahassee.
Frank Carter, both of Tampa January 27.
, ; will be eliminated by the new -- --- -- -._ worms already the scourge of cat HIT BY COLD the approaching primary because
Funeral services will be held stretch. of ill health. Doctors advised! him -
tle and other livestock, have begun :
II from the home at 10:00: o'clock More men will be put to work as ALEXANDERBUYS to attack young birds In the Weather conditions continue to that the campaign would be "ex- TAMPA-Jan. 14-Officials and

Saturday morning. In charge of J. fast as the WPA office here can PROPERTYWILL nest and have killed them off in be Ideal for strawberry production ceedingly detrimental to my prominent cltlr.nns' of Nassau
1 L. Reed tc Son. certify them for employment.METHODISTS. great numbers. Those who believe -I here as good showers this week put health," Senator Black said. County were vla'orB here yeater-

rI Mr. Livingston was born June CONSTRUCT TWO this say that wild rabbits are new life In the plants hard hit by day on behalf of a crolect to com

It 11. 1876 at Emmelton Pa., and NEW HOMES ON also seldom seen and think that the cold several- weeks ago. pl lete a motor rout from Fernan-
II had lived in Tampa since 1919. HeN CHURCH STREET I screw worms are responsible for A few crates each day are being dma, on the East Coast north of

was a member of a local Masonic BUY OLD CHURCHWILL this condition, too. brought in for which farmers FOR PROJECTSWPA Jack onvUle, to Cedar Key, on the
11 Lodge Egypt Temple Shrine and Sale of the Richard place on N. receive about twelve and a half West Coast, near Ocala.

the First Presbyterian Church. USE MATERIAL TO Cherry Street to L. B. Alexander,' Other and sportsmen blame the scoff dearth at this of cents a pint, but real shipments EXPECTED TO A link in the proposed "short
-VI BUILD SUNDAY of Waldo, was announced this I theory will not begin for another three CONTINUE AFTER cut" across the State has been
rains accompanied -
on heavy
SCHOOL ROOMS week by the Wilson Realty Corpn.Mr. game weeks yet. JUNE 30 left unpaved from Callahan to
hurricanes this
Alexander, who last fall open Ten loaded at Plant
cars were Baldwin, a distance of twenty-
. Members of the Starke Methodist ed a clothing store In the Green fall. Quail had gone deep Into dry Florida Works Progress Administration -
City Monday for the biggest day three miles, although It has beenon
Church were working hard Building, will not move here, but pools In search of water, they nay, l headquarters In Jacksonville -
of the far. Prices there
I season so State Road preferential list
DICK POWELL AND Tuesday, razing the old Southern !will remodel the house for rentalor and when the floods came they are reported to have run from ten said last week all district for thirteen years according to
Methodist Church building at Law- sale were unable to beat the rising wa- offices had been Instructed to'
RUBY TfF.ir.T.F.tt IN purposes.Mr.
to fifteen cents a pint. The largest Representative Dan Kelly, of Nas
the material of which will be ter to high ground. make their for '
RITZ SHOW tey, Alexander also announced movement of berries Is expected plans winding up 'i' sau County.
used for construction of Whatever the for the the by June 30.
Sunday his Intention of building two small reason to begin from there about February program
Joan Blondell and Glenda Fer- School rooms here. houses on the Church Street side shortage, it I Is generally agreed' 1, This order stands It was said, Senator Henry C. Tillman was
rell blonde menaces of the screen, This church was established at of the late, which Is a block In that the season so far has, been despite the national administra Interviewed by the delegation here
again teamed as the gay gold dig Lawtey many years ago In spite of depth. These will also be built pretty much of a "fizzle," and the --.-- tion's announced intention of prolonging He said today that he promised his

gers ,are now showing at the Rita the fact that there was already a I I for rental purposes. Construction arrent of a person for exceedingthe MIAMI TRIPINTERRUPTED the work relief program endorsement of the movement and.
Theatre in the New Warner Bros. Northern Methodist organizationin is expected to begin on them In the bag limit would be real news. beyond that date and the belief full cooperation with the delega.

production "Ml s Pacific Fleet." the town. Enough support I near future. .---.._- I here and In Washington that the tlon. He termed the proposed
Playing with them are those Inimitable could not be mustered for both i 1 .-- program will be extended.All "short cut" a decided advantageto
comedians, Hugh Herbert churches, and the older one sur Red, yellow and purple potatoes Brooker Club To Meet YOUNG TOURIST HURTIN projects now underway are the West Coast and stated he

and Allen Jenkins with Warren vived. The Southern Methodist have been produced at one of the The Brooker Townsend Club will ACCIDENT being shaped so they can be com will work for completion of the

Hull the famous radio singer in building passed Into the hands of U. S. government experiment sta meet at the school house, Saturday NEAR HERE pleted by June 30 It was said and cross-state highway, A delegation

the romantic role. The picture is the Preacher's Relief Fund and tions. night at 7:30: o'clock. A pleasure trip to Miami for no new- projects are being started will meet with the State Road
" a gay and rollicking comedy which was recently acquired for a small young Jim Zimpher, of Plcawa, unless It can be finished by the Department, Jan. 27, at Tallahassee

carries a glamorous romance. sum by the Starke church. Whistling Willie Gave Florida Publicity Ohio, WilY Interrupted in the early ,deadline set.Masons following a meeting of the
.. State Road 13 Association at
Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler I Women of the church carried That Wasn't Included On Program hours of last Friday morning ------. - --- Ocala.

are again co-starred In the new I picnic. lunches to Lawtey at noon when the automobile he was driving Install Officers
Officers the association include
with-music and served to tne men -- Into truckon of
Cosmopolitan drama- I Tuesday ran head-on a heavy
the NEW YORK CITY Jan. 16--The what a fine exhibit Florida. had In Officers for all except a few of : Senator A. O. McArthur.
"Shipmates Forever which opensat engaged in tearing building Road 28 just this side of Lung
the Ritz Theatre Sunday and down. The material will be movedto Florida exhibit In Rockefeller Cen- Rockefeller Center, adding "you Bridge. the appointive posts were Installed Callahan, president; Representative
ter has had much publicity since by the Masonic Lodge here Monday Kelly secretary; and the following
:Monday.The Starke and stored here ought to ice It, Major Bowes; it'. The youth admitted to garage
it has been open to the public. ButIt night. The following will vice presidents: Representative
famous screen lovers who plana for the Sunday School addi- "
free. The Major was nonplussed attendants here that he was dozing .
was left for Whistling Willie L. Johns, Starke Mayor *
the Charley
serve during coming year;
made their first hit in 42nd tion are completed. accident occurred. He ,
when the
Street" Williams a colored boy from the but the audience roared. C. Powell Worshipful Master; Joe T. C. Oliver. Baldwin: M. M.Parrish. .
followed It with "Gold Dig-
celery fields of Sanford, to put When Willie was..uked, what received severe injuries, but was Sistrunk, Senior Warden; C. H. Gainesville; State Senator
gers other of 1933, "Flirtation, Townsend Club To Meet over the real big stunt. I his ambition was he replied, "to released from a local hospital Nasworthy, Junior Warden; P. M. C. A. Savage, Ocala; Dr. J H. Baa-
their screen appearI The Townsend Club will hold its Willie lit one of the janitors of have .a little house 'Way down In Tuesday. Barefoot Senior Deacon; A. S. kin, Dunnellon! ; Joseph, S. Savsry
most pretentious" picture thrilling regular meeting Monday night at the exhibit and he whiles away Florida with a bath tub In it." and The truck was driven by D. Dli- Crews, Senior Steward; O. C. Register Inverness; R. R. Llngle, Brooka-

"Shipmates drama of Forever a life 7:30: o'clock at the court house. much of his time Imitating Flor- that brought another laugh. When lard of White Springs. There were Junior Steward; N. yule and Representative Bascom

at the Naval the midshipman at Annapol The local organization now haa a da birds. He attracted the atten- asked what he wanted most, he several negro passengers, but none berg Secretary; J. M.\; stern-I O. Hardee, Bronson.
is. Academy total of 652 members. H. H. tion of a lady connected with told the world that he wanted a was hurt. Treasurer. Other --. -

Young, president extends an Invi- Major Bowes "amateur hour" an pair of spats to keep his feet -_- fices will be filled at an Business
On Tuesday and Wednesday tation to everyone to attend the NBC program every Sunday night warm and a "hard boiled" hat to date. Meeting

showing at the Ritz is "Charlie meetings and to become a memberof under the sponsorship of the make him "look fancy" and that Bradford Helps OutW. r -----w-i. ''A.1. M. Mitchell N. Sternberg. B.

Chan in Shanghai1' with Warner the club.Everything. Chase & Sanborn Coffee Company, brought another laugh. Forbes Morgan, secretary of Cucumber Deal and C. H. Nasworthy were -

Oland. __ B --AWM B who arranged for an audition. He Taken all In all. "Whistling the Democratic National Commit- Starke business! men who
Thursday and Friday of next was accepted and his "big mo- Willie" has been the highlight for tee said this week that the Democratic Saturday will be the last oppor. attended a meeting of the Better
week playing at the Rita will be Went Black ment" arrived last Sunday night. Florida on the air. The exhibit Is Party was paying off Its tunity for farmers here to sign up 'Business Administration of Florida

"It's a Great Life." A sample of how Starke would According to the script there on the air frequently, often on nationwide J372.0OO deficit with proceeds for the Manhattan Produce Com In Gainesville yesterday The
-_ i look without Us well lighted was to be no mention of the' FlorIda hookups la In the case from the Jackson Day dinners. pany' cucumber deal here this I main topic of discussion was said

We see the sun before it rises I"white-way" was seen Wednesday exhibit but Willie can't read. of the "Voice of' Experience" but Bradford County helped along In spring, H. D. May said yesterday.He to have been the Florida Recovery
and alter.It seta. The atmospher I'night about 9:43: 'when all lights The script didn't mean a thing to none of them were received with the good work with a check for( said that so far very few grow. Act. sponsored In the 1935 session -

bend the rays-so that we see !faded out for a period of ten or him, so he "ad llbbed" 'and when more hilarity than the celery cut 148.( the proceeds from the dinner era have signed up and unless a of the state legislature by the organisation.
entire disk when the sun Is really thel I fifteen minutes. Reason for the asked where he worked gave :*n ter from Sanford, one< of the hUMble held here last week. It was estimated sufficient number come ,in Satur-I : The organization embraces
;just beginning to on the I darkness was described at the I the details) ending up. before he'- Janitors of the Big Show In that .the dinners would net day the deal will be called off. merchant and businessmen
horizon.: appear I I plant a* "a little engine: trouble." .could be headed off by telling j Rockefeller Center. !I the,party upwards of $223,000.: here. In all sectIons of the state.c .

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4i J : BROOKER hip 6, South Range SJ FBM"! 1" .
WOO er with 41e *"
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Correspondent l
JUr you and each ;,r ,
The School Board met In hereby required '
regu- to "
Enoch and Vanlca Keene and A. E. McKinney of Raiford spent Bill of Complaint appear ,
of Cross his family lar session Monday, January 6, you on the Srd ,
: Mis Gladys Anderson, last week-end here with b. day of *o'I"'' :
with members S. L. Crews and W. nU8. at the
office '
City. spent the week-end at the aid of Ih t.i., ,,:k
court at
C. courth.Starke ,,
f k home of their grandparents Mr. Mr and Mrs. H. P. Gainey at- Manning present. Bradford County .1rI"," I Ioth..rwl..e

and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. tended church services at Shady et MUM M> iMimntneNnf L. R. Starling met the Board of Complains, the allegations ,,f i lfeitHed >

,_i ate ., CNrMtiMNtvwrn. ( M J$ Stt OtIl relative to the danger of the travel by will be tak nil., .,I" "
Mrs. Viola Crawford and duught Grove church near Trenton Sun- .. a .*, y.uEvuY IT la, ,;
fI: M l IJ.m ., ,.1. _01 at Hellbron School. Local that thin I/otlce be i .lIt
t tei Mrs. Martha Green and Mr. ..'.01'11...... .. 1ls. r V _, Springs a week for four conieciitK h,., .0'',
I and Mrs. E. N. Anderson were all day.Rev.. C. A. Crosby and daughter. IR'rrtD' IN.... 4ia, ,____ _:. :., conditions cause a great risk In the Bradford, County Tol"II""i

Mrs. putuw wu4'u N IOMPU.1_ ,, to the children the roadat duly' Qualified newapilper ; '
g-uests at the home of Mr. and Evelyn and Miss Mary Mott at- crossing In Bradford ,> ,It'f:*
PltIHftD aNQeAuaf County .
b *sOt
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1.\\ ; W. R. Kersey last Monday at a tended church services at Corinth D M.ON this particular location. Mr. January 2nd 1936. 'iniA. .

In honor of Starling asked the Board for a J. THOMAS
h e ; bIrthday party given Church Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. eTtU.4\ pqemo Clerk of
( JJr. Kersey's sixty-seventh birth- WI'N c&NTIU.L '1Jtt 1 patrolman for this school from 8 County ot Circuit i ",, ,
Florence Varnadoe was sMte1b... WIt ---. ... Dradf"1,
I '
State of
1 I thfjUJ day. IYPi o'clock until o'clock In the after P'luiij, ...
business In Alachua Mel' (OFFICIAL
hi: :Miss Alma Johns Winona and transacting : lit ,... ,..... noon. The Board promised to investigate 1.3-St--t-at IE.\J.: ,

Retha Bradley were visiting Mrs. Monday. 4A1' same and make some arrangement -
1.8'r.II'II .
;. : Delia Thompson Sunday.VANDERBILT. Nturlto' and Brooker Divide Double for the protection of NOTtCK I. hereby ilvcn. \L.J ili', ,

J' Feature pupils for remainder of term. der of Foreclosure and by virtue of a p11,1, };,; ,'

made and! ,"i
The Rev. B. M. :Montgomerymet by the Honorable '
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'\' The Brooker Junior High girlsteam the Board and asked for $1 per Judtre of the Circuit Court "I t:"',S.'.

r', (Mini !><*IoH* Hlooilimorth, Cor.) I overwhelmed the Starke five I ICo week of the Board's donation to Judicial for Hradford Circuit of 'Iorl"1.,. '/' .

I by a score of 33 to 5. The Starke County III, ,11"' ,,,
/ the Clinic to be to the dated December i "
; Mrs. K. T. Crews and daughter. paid County JSJrii itt; ,;, .
I girl were badly. off form and could \ II Nurse for the time being, as she certain cause therein, ]liii, ,h"'' '
Miss Madeline Crews. were visiting l
the 7)) Inc heCw..11' The o'lprRI I ,, it1
with sharp-shooting i
cope (
: her mother Mrs. Maggie of Padgett and Thomas for Brooker. I is not allowed anything for ex of Urownlnlf Columljla, single Plaintiff .u'i, ,,.'.

Wainwright Sunday at Hellbron I penses. The same was granted. tJ..f"II'IR'll' 'I
lIoder..lgnel. w.ho WI\H ,I,
f n '
I Springs. Plans for housing the children pointed a. Specllli Mast ,. "' J',

JJr. and Mrs. Russell Norman :Starke;! defeated the boys by a 1 1il wm xrtD FRitNP., g bA.i.. In the Rising: Vanderbilt and Hell- cery. to execute tile .1111',,'. "i',
1I10nd1\Y. I he 3r(1 '
I' dn j'
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week-end in Starke. score of 23 to 13. Brooker pre- bron chools were discussed and 1936 the / "'"
'. spent the during legal hum, i ,
4j sented of small fast fellows # :fi before the, Court .... I'll
Francis and Wadens Bloods- a quintet I same postponed until a full Board .JlolI 01.i ;
I Starke Florida sell t I", ,,, L1 I
lead the t 11" ,
who held the over Ii
t : worth spent the week-end in Lake was present to pass on this mat- and 1 bi'Kt lildder. for ia-h, I II Ii,',Ch r'

1 Butler with their cousin Charlie heavier Starke squads (squads be- lowing d exert bed landI"i, "",

,: Va rnes cause Coach Howard put at least ter.The Board Instructed the superintendent Intf Florida'; and, t 'ftln: 1I.'n.II"/t ,i ,,:t,

,}' I :Sirs D. N. Denmark Starke three different and assorted teamson to pay teachers one The S'V" of tip". \, \\ i I. 't
the court) until the closing NWH! and the N\\( "f th, \,1' '
t Is few here with months salary in January.
upending a days the HVVi/i of the NM 'i., ,' ,.
L' 1 fcei- sister, Mrs. Russell Norman. I minutes of the game. There being no further business .vt2 or the 8I5', '. 0''t'' ,

thee the Board to the NVand the \i.' ?r ,1/j\,", i,,
Miss Ruth Alvarez spent I adjourned meet the
N' of the /SWU,! of tli, v\i" i.,. ,
week-end with her cousin Anita lI.m'llionlnd IJrooUer Tiny first Monday in February.A. SIB. of the NV," ., i M h, swli1th t
I NWU of Meet' ,., '-',, ,
at Hellbron Springs. Brooker journeyed to Hampton I J. GRIFFIS Sec. : '
5 ,
Houth flange 21'? i itafninK I-: '
' The Rev. C. W. Wilkes! will fill Jan. 10 to collect two scalps but .. T 1 CQ\T -10 louQi I -- -. 3d acres rm, "' "I".. "

. '"I his regular appointment here Saturday the honors were even. The Brook jI1 COLORED>> TEACHERS MEET with the nppurtenum, UK .c; '"! ,.1.]
'I'Valnwrlght, .
I night and Sunday afternoon er girls lost by a score of 12 to 9, NOt t'WN wtA.a5 .AeNca ,-, 4 I The Bradford County Colored to [be made pursuant to -u, I j>" '"
; WI -.L SY CIoIANT ce35eNstQ to satisfy th" name and "mt
; everyone Is Invited to attend. while the buys! won 18 to 15 PUiI
Am Hpcclal Mantel" i in, < i II ,.,
vt.cr3 P1 IO R. J. E. Graded School :Monday

i. f I 1" STARKE MONDAY JAN. 20. IIUfdS.L fo RUN ONIUIIf1)o" S'fQPS QsIA&INIU.sa *. ,-' I' rMO present afternoon.and Many all reported teachers were their I; 12-27-Bt-l-24. %()1'l'J1s'O'1'I3 ,: -,S

40 NROUT./ IS HKUI':IJV u 1111\-; I I: .,
U4T SIEM.4 school work progressing. After I by virtue of execution IBMI." i ,<

DOUBLE ITS FORMER SIZE NS s fl1 P.AU the meeting, those! present were the Circuit Court of l'uiIn/ '., ,
e- ,{! /t.I No,44bu Florida J purnuant to" final I .rnlf,i,. .,
,\r, -.-. _--._:: entertained at the home of A. O. rendered In tutlil Court "n r i Ii,
: ---- I Jenkins. The next meeting will I, day of June, A. I>. I S3., ,,,n., ted | :I' t

: THE I' be held at Staike on February 7. I In Minute Hook 1, at i I',>k :, ,'
said Court and on tin 1 "i h "I ,i
EVERGREEN ZIFF GUM BRANCH -James T. Gaddy Reporter. June A. P. 111 S3, recoidiil, mi,, :, :

i!{L 1'lr... T. A. n...ler. Ci.rre.|.....dent Mls Iuln Mn'e I.r..l.., furrrnpondcnl Miss Elizabeth Ilarnage, Cor. I NOTK: ().' .\I.I'JI'rIO" FOIl of judgment the public book reroid.1. page* of I li"> :i":i'u,",'I'I i .

County, Flnrlda for ,
the '
'1'\X 111':11; II-HMII
Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Forsythe Miss Ellen Howard and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Xrnm.'<- 11111 'o. ll.l( lleneral Motors Accenting! ,, > < 'Ii, "

__ and baby of Jacksonville, spent Calvin, of Jacksonville spent last Baldwin were the guests of her XOTICK; ,: IS HKl'.Kny jtVKN, lion a cniporatlon ...ltuJ"I. ,.
1 1 week-end here with his grandmother that 'r. A. Itrlnmm, holder of Tax Kloiulen, nnd H. AUstin and ItItnnler
; J the
h Sunday hefi-.with Miss Howard's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snpp C.v'tift.st., No GO, Iffxuprt the 2nd. of the Mum i.f $2S-I.:H
Mrs. J. S. Rosier. rued ages, together with $3'':' 41'o-t'1< i iundernlgneil
A orother-ln-law and sister Mr. and Sunday. day of July A. 1). 1923, him .
Rosier and Stella In office and hUll mud. She ii ft .r nniil'"
J. S. Xante
Mrs. my application
Ijf 'j Mrs. R. B. Thomas. Enoch and Vanice Keene of for a lax d.*..il to be limnedlher County Florida ban lev I li.il ,>"I\ ,
Motts visiting Mrs. C. 'Ion ,
: Mae were upuii the following ,1.I t i.
I saId certificate embracedI
Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter Shamrock, were visiting D. I. < on. lot, piece, parcel or tract r "< .
A. Sunday afternoon. I he I In
II Miss Pringle Emmalyn Morgan of Starke Miss Rhoda returned home Knight and family Sunday.Mrs. :the County: ; 'K'otl"i .r :itg.J.rf't [Ct,: of ford lying County being' Florida and, nltuau-to-wlt II, I' .

last Sunday after spending a weekin T. N. Norman and daughters Florida, to.wi I: The 1'Iv'of' ',
_ was visiting Miss Louise Rosier NISi & I IC'j of !SIJi; & All W'i'; NW r
Sunday. Jacksonville with Mrs. Thomas'son Helen and Dorothy spent of UK'/: ',, 10.: 40f Ulver J-.eftl.rn I Ii!) i J'J'n\ of, Sec.Containing; 34, VIo: 'H.1. ,, I: ;ui
i s
4 ;; HOST OP FUN NY and daughter-in-law Mr. and Saturday night with Mrs. Wesley Tnwilfthil, ) Houth, 1ange1LNt. I or lens.Lot. .
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan of I. I'diitalnlnir 2 10' acres AITJHniuro
. ," Mrs. H. E. Thomas.Mr. McRae and Mrs. Bill Newmans, of or" leHH. I : 8, :t:7'f1':I i: ::' '
1' Starke spent Sunday afternoon The assessment of the said flange 22 Kant, <.1 i u
Rising. property -
and Mrs. J. Lewis and Containing 10
W. aries mui i -
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. tinder. the said certlfU-ute IHHued .,, .
sons, L. O. and Johnnie and Mrs. J. E. Anderson of Houston Wits In the name. of W. t-'. Lot 15&NL(2ofI7ot\It( .
Everett Futch spent the week- Sec. Jit. To. 5 :So.'! K 22 I K I > .1,"
Lula Mae and Miss Ha- Texas was' Miss Elizabeth Clyde.: I Lot B In. \Vuod .
end here with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie daughter visiting LJnleBN said certificate shall he bait Hr< 1 l' r

I 0 tlPONIBS- McClellan. zel Thomas spent Sunday at Gra- Harnage. Sunday.Mrs. redeemed ucecirdlnir to law the I 5 leN.bo. II. 22 K. 10 acres m" "

MUiaaooesMOMKiYCXlIBKAC ham with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' T. N. Norman was the property described, therein: will, beHold ; together with all the t timhereditament "t ,
AND *Lk KIMOf Of TftAIMBO Mr. and Mrs. Son Yarbrough In the hIghest hldder at the
son-in-law and Mr. and of her Mr. and Mrs. I and appurtii" ''i:'
daughter guest parents court-houi door on the tlrltt Monday
'ji spent Thursday afternoon with B. Mrs. I. W. II. M. McRae Monday. In (the month of March 19.16, i thereunto belonging or In .,1111",
: Wii/4NMM5] Dyal. appertaining; and will on th I U: |
which Iwtha 2nd. day of 1936.lulled .
Rosier and mother.Mr. ,,
i E. PRY In :
February, A. i) 1I3t! t "
Mrs. Dolia. Williams who has Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the thin 14th, day of January ,
February ,1rd. A. D. 19.16 I-
iJ and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand been spending some time here with State Farm were visiting relatives 1036. J, the legal hours of vale, l bf.t.front > :., '
J of the State Farm door of the Counts ,' ,
daughter In this section Sunday afternoon Courtof
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Clerk of CMrrult
I ., H.r House, offer said property. r"< t J
were visiting his mother Mrs. Uradfnrd. County Florida.
and Mrs. Lonnle Mann, returnedto l-lTBt-2-M at public[ outerand will -' :, t|
Redding, Saturday. her hrtnhe-ln Lake Butler Sun- Mrs. Marlon Browning and children name to the highest and b"1 I li//,
J orbIdders for casts. to -atlif ,
, ---+ and, Mrs. Ritch, of Raiford \U'M! Ntl.HNOT1CM execution.fllven .
In lieieby vlven that under -
day.Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. under my linnd In 'tlinf '
and by vIrtue of Final Uecree : :
11011 DRAIN and Mrs. H. H. Howard was Starke, Jtradford County PI I Ithis
Edwards Saturday.Miss of Korec loHure made and, renderedby
i :Mrs Z. Z. tirlfflM, Correspondent: called to Gainesville last Saturday tile Honorable II. L. H' ..l rlng- 13.15. 0tb day of Deceml" < \
Darline Alvarez spent Judge of the flrolilt Court of the
due to the death of W. J. KPPBnSON
Monday night with her grandparents dth Judicial\ Plroult of FlorIda. In
Rev. and Mrs.ELC. and Sheriff llradfurrl i t
USIC Hogan Mr. Howard's little niece Gladys and fur llrailford County In 'han- "n'tt

I' Mi daughter Marjorie and Mrs. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed- rely, dated January' 10th. 19.18 In Florida.1227,1tt24. .
wards. I hnl ceitnln cause therein lately
Soard of Jacksonville were visit- J. G. Howard and H. H. Stewartof sendIng between the Federal 'armlIo'llfllll'e
ing Mr. and :Mrs. Zenas Grlffls Mrs. P. D. Reddish and children Corporation Plaintiff I and U tM'l'lht'te !M U..:
Fairbanks were in our section I .VOTIOK In hereby that ,
i poe ear I., Sunday. last Saturday afternoon. spent Monday night with her parents Lc'.: Croxhy; : : et a I.. Defendant, the'T.nIersIgiIed. I''dor and by virtue of iflvn"i rm.il,, 1 nnf < r
). who
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. wan therein appointed Foreclosure male ,II"1,1<1 i / ,1 1I "
* / B2PSAWD FiRElE STREET_ PDE Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Dyal and L. O. and Johnnie Lewis also an ISpuclHl MaMtei, In (,'han-I i I by the Hnnorahlu/ II I I. -, i n,
to execute Name,
{ Judge i>f the ('Irrit It '. t tI "1
AT OMB l> f* D AI UVBIOCERANO two sons of Green Cove Springs, Truby Hodge were visiting in Fairbanks the 3rd day: of February: 1936, durInic : -I 8th JudicIal Circuit: i>r 1.1"Ill'! ," I Iituiti I'
Date were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Saturday night.GRAHAM. State Treasury the legal bourn of sale. leforethe -- ,
BETTEMTMAN EVER/// Pont forget the for I irati ford Comiij t '. t in t '
t ., Couit I louse duor In Staike, eery, dated December Vtrt : "hl'l
Grlffls Sunday. I Shows Pick-Up }Florida Hell to (the highest and best

_ _ _ _ _ _ bidder for cccl'. the followlriK, de- I that certain cause therein j .
Mrs. Eugene Grlffis and childrenwere Hi'rllx'il;1 hinds. : : endlnfr between The ,Kederil, 1 *
' niluate I ,
I lylnv and being hank of ,"i''I ;
irr '
visiting Mrs. Lugene Pre- Mr. I.. C. Smith I In Bradford, I } Columbia I'iittnt
( .--- --- Correspondent TALLAHASSEE Jan. 16-State County Florida II. Shlpman. et nl., liefend.iniunderMgnt'd "- n h'
_- :
J vntt Sunday. Bobby Surrency, of Tampa was Treasurer W. V. Knott announced Knt three-ntiai: tern of S'-j' off pointed as Special, who wall Mantel thM,in/< ''hat M'

; Arch Prevail who Is employed visiting in our section Sunday. today that Florida's treasury balance KYt of '.N1 ,. and the I SIC', otthe eery to execute the ami uill I ''

at the cross-state canal spent the Misses Hazel Thomas and Lulu as of December 31, 1935, was Tuwnvhli NWU., 8 all South In Section flange 22 21 Monday 1U.18. duringthe the 3rd legal day, hour of K ,I,,', >...>.,''. 'r"

past week-end here with his fam Mao Lewis'of Zlff. were guests of $873,350.63( in excess of that of Kant, containing In all 65 acres, before the Court "flotiHA/ di.<"i iHtiirke >
more" or lei***.
ily. December 31. 1934. Flnildu, Hell *to thi hlKh", ,
Mr. and Mrs Irvin Dyal Sunday.Lo with the appurtenanceM.. Said. ale rnii ,\
and lost bidder for cHBh, th
Mrs. Lynn Harris and son Jes- and Johnny Lewis of Zlff, The balance at the close of state to be made, purnuant, to saId l Decree lowlna- dent-rilled landxltiiat" I D 1 |
to the and .
On gallon sie were visiting her daughter. were in our section Sunday.Mrs. business for the calendar year of satIsfy K.name I'KIIIIYMAN: eoNta.E. log and being In Bradford <', "

Mrs. Arnold Grlffls, Sunday. Mack McKenzie, of Hart 1935 was {5,003,386.97, accordingto A* Special Master. In Chancery. Florida NK'i' to-wlt of 8KH: of SK'I\\, Si'ili"'

could lift a I Miss Theressa Jones was visiting Haven, was visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. treasurer's report while for l-17-Ml-l-Jl 22, Tp. 8 HotlU It. 23 K aHt t II..'I' ,
lc.15P)1 S''.
three-ton Miss Juanita Priest, Sunday. H. Surrency over the weekend.Mr. the last day of 1934 It was VI,130- \f>TIK Oh" MiOTKIt'S: fl \lH I' S'Vtof No. 49 Stlllth.M W\V -i and N'ortb: elH" "u'"

II Albert Griffis and Tommie and Mrs. John P. Reynoldsand 036.29.In Not lie In hereby gIven that un- nf 8H of HWV of SW\4.\ SiT I!:
MastodonmiUt I tier and hy virtue of Chat certain I |'. 8 South, H. 22 East, (0,011.l \
addition funds
and M. T. of
Cooper made a business trip to children totalling final decree of foreclosure made 55. No. (S and part of Lots)

3 I, Gainesville Monday.Children's Ocala were visiting friends and 229633.59 and represented almost and rendered on (he 28th day of December stud No. 5S, Smith Mm)' ,,I II
A. I n 1\l3n.\ bv Honorable A. log In all .13 acre ,"orro. < '
relatives here Saturday. entirely by money paid by state I }
t- 7.. AdklliH JlldKe of the Circuit I with the appurtenance. ..I .1 i
EUge Strickland has ''recently.moved merchants under the 1935() chain (Court In nnd for Ttradford county to be made 1 piimunnt' tn. ,,,iiI! I i' '

I Colds to Ocala where he will workon store tax law were held in suspense in Florida I""dIr.11'Vh..lu In that reilaln, cause there to satIsfy the name nnd <,0" '
F. F. Flume InrompUiliuint K. K. PKRHYMANAn
the cross-state canal. by the treasurer's office. and ', "
f.iiUi" Puhart If Rpeclnl Master In t'i '

Should Have ThisSafeTreatment Miss Mildred Broughton of The chain, store tax fund was sIngle| ., Caexer or Lola:MackfaHMlnn MackfaHHlon T. If P.married Du- 12-27-51-1-84.

: R Starke Is visiting her mother Mrs $225,000; while the All Florida. Advertising hart are defendant, I, the undernlKtieil IItlKhI OF PI'ni.irt'I'J O'D r

A. W. Broughton.Mr. committee had $3,336.50In ax Special' Master will sell TO \PI'I54H
for pHHh tu the lilirhext and bent NOTI'rlleC given tu r
,tii' I I H. D. Wasdln celebratedhis care of the state treasurer anda bidder at the. Mouth door of the Hohannan and wife, l>aln> Iln h.' ''I

Young Mothers Benefit from 79th birthday Sunday Jan. 12. special. liquidator's certificate account court honxe III Stark' Bradford nan, that a Hill\ of Complaint' h" ';,
I county Florida' on :Monday the been filed against you' and ,.n'h I .
: Two Generations' Proof of
I Among those attending the birth- showed a figure of 129709. third day of February A. I>. 1936 In the Circuit Court .'f Ill'll"'

This External Treatment Jay celebration were: W. T. Was- Largest items of the 175 regular during tho legal bourn of Kale, for YOUr County, Florida *in ("haflO't" J

ii'' I For Fighting_Cold. din and family Waldo Mr. and funds_ in trust to the state treasurer :n the tan.n.'_. purpnxe. _,. ..I.._of ...satisfying:.-.I.'......._.._. nald..:.c.._-final......'"-. In that certain Land Hank cause of entitle':! ThlFederal '
ii'H ___ _____ .
n h .L lands. :
Mrs. L. R. VVnsdin
and children were me general revenue lying and being In Bradford Plaintiff vermin J. 13.!: '
IT AVOIDS CONSTANT -DOSING" also Mr. and Mrs. county, Floilda. TO-WIT: wife, Dalny Bohaniian et
George which
Conwayand fund showed a December "
f.otK Three vA. There's nothing like little <'daughter, Millie Anna 31 balance of 1084782.65 and the block Thirty four (34). :In LivlngstnTriihy and foreclosure; a o I

_. \. a child's cold to upset Palatka Mr.: and Mrs. D. L. Dur- stale's pension tax fund which and Company's formed coverIng the ,, i :
utib-dlvlnlnn of Northeast quarterof acrlbed land .situate
,. a young" mother. And ban, and Xtle son. Everette and amounted to Northeast ''. i.\
1069947.62 at the quarter of Section' log In Ilradford County. Florin .
Pr :;. mothers of two gen Miss Leecy' Fogg Jacksonville calendar Twenty-right (3S. TownshIp Sin wit:
1rHH I erations. anxious to year end. (II South flange Twenty Two N'i of NW1 S of NWtt at Se"1';

k I -- help end colds, have Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts Mrs.C. The state road license fund, containing (22) east .15, Township :S; South of Hn"K'j',
T. F I.ANDnUXr.Mpeclal : EIl t. and
depended on Vicks Fogg and Jewett Fogg. unexpended gasoline tax more partlcularh
I' Master Hcrlbed an l he.'nnll111'' at NrthW'corner
VapoRub. It is elTective-external- ----e/ revenue, was $745,904.42, while the A. H Crews, solicitor of Section 35, Town-niP

I and safe. It avoids the risks of con LONG BRIDGE school teachers' fund for romplalnant. South of Rang. 22 .KaMt. and n"
Ls stant "dosing:," so often upsetting to rep- 1-3-61-1-31 nine Kant 1320 feet to the H. .*.
children's delicate digestions. )1811; Nina \\hlteheacl resented 40110913. Ityt thsn.-.. Mouth And \I" "'',
Cor. onll :n OF LU' \0
rubbed The general revenue fund balance PI' \TIOV \" II with the Went Hide of the S ,
Just throat and chest
on 'ts'rIci TOI'P..: Lit ICy. S.10: t..tl. ; thence Went II' I H.
-,. z 1 at bedtime. VapoRub acts two way/ Quite a number of people attended In spite of fund withdrawalsby NOTICM is "HUMKBir 'UIVRX to Section line dividing Sectlont .

at once: church at the home of Marion Governor Sholtz for distribution Mri;' Dimly Yarbrouith.,: ; ; a widow nf and 85: thence North DUO '."' I
t. stimulation 310 North Sheridan Road East fcind. the point of begtnntng.Alsi .
By through the
skin Moody to common schools of the PlttHhurirh i
Saturday night and Penimylvanla. and .1. commencing at in
j like a poultice or plaster- state Thomas llorrmun of 620 PrIck i, corner of Section U. ToW'' HI i I'
Sunday night was more than twice the
14 ". By Inhalation of its FtullrlliiK., Pltt.l ursrh l I
penetrating balance > Pennsylvania South of Range"" 22 E...'. tti itL 7 ,
medicated vapors, released by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Halslop and of December 31. 1934, and J. T. fli-knrd. and Charles. L.. nlng Rant on the Section li"< ..

body heat and breathed in direct son Fred Mrs. Jack Ward. Mrs. which was $467,772.13 the treasur- Tuttle whom, In the unknown residence, of each of feet; thence North 420 feet 'h'West '.,
and I
; Allegheny 1320 feet thence Soul
to inflamed air-passages. Sim Kelly and er's report said. Trust ;
son, Donald attended Company a .corporation a. feet to the point' of 'beirlnnlnif
: ,
Continuing through the night, church at the home of Marlon The pension fund also was larger ailmlnlHtriitor! of the entat of WIN Containing Tn all 23 acres soT
EXTRA"LIFT" this combined vapor-poultice action the Ham K. YarbroiiKh. deceased. with lena. and being in Sections 14 "t:
Moody Sunday night. year and figure havIng Its principal place of himlnedH '
I ; loosens phlegm soothes irritated at 413 311. Township ft South of Ilan
membranes Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and shown a balance of $753,837.77. Federal Street J'ltt.lmruh Pcnniiylvanla. East.THEtIREP'ORIO. ,
-eases difficult '
that a bill of complaint ban and ea 1
The ..
children state road license you
I IN H-C-road -helps break congestion.A spent Sunday with Mr. fund made been filed In the Circuit Court of you named In thin Notice. are "'

. tests prove 15% Practical Guide for M >n
Each Butler. 105663.02: greater than the $640- rery you and each of you Hill of Complaint I I no filed aK
year, more and more fami II" that certain cause therein penuln you, on the Brd day of Februa"'
., ti I to 20% more smooth power lies are being helped to / w.r colds Misses Nina and Nona White- 241.40 figure of December 31, wherein the Federal Land Bank 193. at the Court House In StmT'
and ihorttr 1934. of Columbia la plaintiff and Florida
colds by Vicks Plan for head spent Sunday with Miss Rena I and each of and also you ; otherwise a Decree ftConfenno
you Fay Louise a1"
Better will be entered :
of Colds. Vicka Plan Jordan Sam Whitehead and two wJ' VarbrouBh, Mary Alice Yarhrouffh, you and each of for failure 'I
, Ak th Slnchlr D f "C- = has That you
.* ./ clinically tested by practic there an efficient system and lItre. Eva Fernande aa I3x cu- Appear
daughters Nina
Nona. J. B.
ing physicians, and further of shorthand i tr.'x.' ?' the. *'**' Will and Tantament
for '
proved writing: the It In ORDERED that thin JIIo( /
_ f t In home VVhitehead and Herbert Norman 'of W. Yarl>rDu.h. deceased, and b. ,
everYday use by "IHowfc Greek language as early as 250: A. an Trustee appointed. published once a week fur
: Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) i details of the Plan in each'pacbce were visitor to Starke Saturday D. has been proved. under said Will are defendant by and actIng cane consecutive week in the Bractf.rCounty I M

1 k1 FOR SINCI! .\m l'RODt."CTSPIIONE of Vkks VepoRub.Is.3I afternoon.We number (60 to foreclose a mort. Ing general Telegraph a newspaper Brail'11,;
circulation In
ISA -- are sorry to report that W. Navarea In 1528 and DeSota. in 'gags' to aa the a tint interest and prior lien so perIa County. Florida.

J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. uv.lla/MJiJise.* VIck AM, u.... Vwarfyor T. Turner has been ill for several 1339 led exploring expeditions of. r.eJnr-t: ; : on the or following lien of each de- l93 Thla, 111 day of December, A r'
'l STAUKE FLORIDA W Bitt., Control .! C.Ui weeks. We hope he will soon re through Florida without material County Florida situate In Brdford A. J. THOMAS.
to-wlt. 814
: >> of SE
cover. : Clerk Circuit Court of
results. and NRt4'/ of KK% and 8BI4 of NBC

of 8e tlon t*, ..mlw*, ., NV4 ot U"0'lit Bradford-! County Florid

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Tries To Block Animal ShowComing that he will begin an active\

HereThe Starke I campaign for renomination for the
voted to the Bent Interest of Cheating i' to ;I office he now holds was made

IDFOKD HIGH SCHOOL Student Cooperative Gov- HUM\" D'DD't\ 01 OtolH -q / On Monday, Jan. 20. just about here by W. V. Knott. state treas
i o urer. "Shortly after the adjournment -
'I( Duootcret T,
ernment of Bradford County 111gb Dun pDd the time of the of
Slents, Patrons, Mid AlumnaeEDITORIAL t>lotl't)00' \ \)tOVltQOI.E I' ., most people of the 1933 legislature, Mr.
School held its first meeting of 0"1'1 Starke
are thinking of getting up,
: DEG Knott said, 'r made formal announcement -
the year last Thursday, January 0. 7ti- DQOIS.& ; the Hug line of trucks of the through the press of

STAFF Vice -President Ethel Packham Mighty Haag Shows will begin arriving -
the state that I be -
would a candidate
or-ln-Chlef____ A. W. Anderson presided in the atlllle...;;.. of the ( here and start work pitchIng -
'!' for reelection this year, sub
Jr. President. The minutes and treas- their vast city of tents on the
to action of the Democratic
|ety Editor_____Dorothy White urer's report was dispensed with ball grounds where they will give ject primaries. This was done at that
IjUterary Editor, Marjorie Marwlck Committee reports were heard two complete performances
Editor________Hugh Waltere % ,' l time to Uapel nny question AS M,;
Poke next. Marjorie Marwlck of Manners ,
The Haag Show this year will my Intentions.
IlSilJJtorlal Editor __Alice Royester
and Morals Committee reported -
bring to Stai'kc more wild animals, .
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,1I'* ture Editor _____Marie modeementary to make I
| that her group Is going
horses, ponies and trained dogs Air pockets are disturbances ia
Editor -------------- home-room talks on honesty
morning I than ever before exhibited. This the air caused
___ ________ Eunice Williams for an entire week. 1 q q ?*f tr year the Haag Shows are featuringsuch the ground. by varying

The Safety Committee reported I well-known acts as the Tan --+-.------ -

SINCERITY that they have organized the Saf- Araki Japanese Troupe in a new It I* not yet known where

Sincerity Is one of the most hnportant ety Club with a membership of I act Johnson Duo of Wire Walk- sprats, fish found In British waters

\ and admired qualities any- twenty-nine. Wilson May was era Zeldo Troupe of head balancers between November and February

tlM can possess. That's one thing elected President. I Fisher Family of Acrobats go during the rest of the year.
Ijct t think one should demand in a A. W. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, = and Hang's Herd of Performing

t l s friend. One who won't be reports that the newspaper Is go- i Elephants, largest and bent (rained

I"et to your face and talk about Ing to begin training some Juniors I In the country presented by Ming

tyvnt behind your back. Everyone Into newspaper work so that they I Ruby Fisher who takes her life FindOut

f.$Biirea a person who is sincere may carry the work on next year. I In her own hands twice dally when

''Itr'Uh everyone, one who does not The group committee and the she places her head In the mouthof

f\1\ jjrifice; his sincerity for popular- recreation committee announcedthat 1 one of the elephants.

So I think all of us should they have merged. There will b.. '> street parade at I

>>g' be to be genuine and sincere Hugh Walters of the Assemblyand 1pm? followed by a number of ;

i II our contacts. Had you rathera special programs committee I free exhibitions on the show

genuine diamond or a ten anounced that they would have grounds. Performances start at

[cent diamond? It Is up to you! charge of a student government d a -.. :2 p. m. and 8 p. m., but doors From Your DoctorIf
"Midge." will be hour earlier
program next week. open one so as

STUDENTS. NOTICE It was moved and passed that to give everyone ample time to visa the "Pain" Remedy
students sign pledges saying that hangs big new zoo and be entertained -
imlors interested in
[work please see the newspaper Editor-in- they had neither given or received .- by Hang's Gold Concert You Take Is Safe. l'

l Chief. help on tests, workbooks, etc. This Band.
was done because of the prevalence Admission will be at popular
[Members of the Student Government -
of dishonesty of late. prices, and the public la assured of "
be sure to attend next The next meeting is to be held a whole evening of splendid. entertainment Don't Entrust Your
[/Thursday: the fifth period, In Mrs.arpenter's .
[ room. Thursday during the fourth period Own or Your Family'sWell

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Don't forget the Basketball I Being to Unknown

:game with Lake Butler there next PKOFFESSOKS NITWIT AND ZEao our SocietyAlice PreparationsBEFORE
Friday at seven-thirty. INOWINOT ,,

,The Safety Club meets Wednesday "Tha Height. of Intelligence"Dear Royster wits visit Ing- Dot you Luke any -

the fourth period. Profs.: f White !In Starke, Sunday. : don't know all about,
RESOLUTIONS Who was Anne Boleyn? Travelers TalkIn Interesting Notes I' Honors Are Given Woodrow Holllngsworth was a for the relief of hrndurheii; or the

GOOD With Ignorance, To business visitor in Lake Butler, pains of rheumatism neuritis or
Chapel FridayHigh First Typists
John Godwin. Margie McMillan is the new neuralgia, auk your doctor what hn
Saturday. thinks about it in comparisonwith
Some good resolutions we should chairman of the Library By the I
alb' observe: : Dear John: School Chapel was held the way-.:Margie hasn't found her In chapel last Friday awards Robert Faulkner spent Sunday Genuine Bayer Aspirin.

: 1. I resolve to study more and'' We see by our references that third period Friday and while suitcase she lost on the bus dur- were given to the fourteen first lit St. Augustine. We lay this because, before tin

'/ eep up with the game If not Anne Boleyn was a flat Iron. We there was no regular program, the ing the Christmas holidays yet, year typists who made twenty net Margaret Hair spent SaturdayIn discovery of Bayer Aspirin most
,ahead of it. VIII, having exercises offered were very Inter either. words per minute or better. Jacksonville lo-callea "pain" remedies were advised -
quote, "Henry disposed ,
against by being
,2., I resolve to attend church of Catherine, pressed this esting. Those receiving the awards wereA. Dot Bishop was In Jacksonville bad for the stomach; or, often for
ore regularly. The first numbers were three W. Anderson, Jr. Ola Mae Anders
suit with Anne Boleyn. Seniors will soon start plan- Friday and Saturday the heart. And the discovery of
3. I resolve to be more politeto songs, "America," "Onward Chris- Olen Mildred
The heights of intelligence. ning about their annual play, caps Bedenbungh Margaret Hair and Edna Pearce Bayer Aspirin largely changed
[ everyone at all times. Prof. Nitwit Knowknot & Co. tian Soldiers," and "The Lord is and gowns Invitations and calling Brown, Ella Mae Manning, Bill were visiting at Penney Farms, medical practice.
; 4. I resolve to control my temper My Sheperd." These were followed cards. McMillan, Beatrice Mosfley, Ethel Sunday afternoon. Countless thousands of people

; to be more friendly pleasant Dear Profs.: by the Flag Salute a few verses Packham, Oleta Smith, Arlie who lane taken Bayer Aspirin year
and cheerful. You are so successful now that I from Exodus, and the Lord's Prayer. Sponholtz, Lillian Sternberg Ethel Arch Thomas was visiting In in and out without ill effect, haw

J.5. I resolve not to criticize my wonder if you didn't have some I The English classes are having TaylorSlona Tlllman and Hilda Jacksonville, Sunday proved that the medical finding

school or people but to speak well great disappointment when you I Mr. Gray introduced the Rev. some very good though heated debates Wyrlck. Carlton Chastain attended the about ill safety were correct.

[Wfi both. were young. Did you ? B. M. Montgomery of the Methodist on resolved-The Townsend The most outstanding second ball game at Waldo, Friday night. Remember this: Genuine Bayer
"6. I resolve to stay at home Curious, Church who made a short interesting Plan should be enacted by Con- year typists are Katie Fugate who L. E. Moseley spent the week- Aspirin is rated among the fatltttmtlhodi

f school nights unless to attend Bill McMillan. I talk, using as his text a gress. They are about even so far. made an average of sixty-one end at the State Farm. lid discovered for the reliefof
headaches and all
common pain
c)cool or church activities. portion of the third chapter of words Ruby Silcox spent Sunday In
per minute and Margaret I and safe for the
The sophomore class has a new average personto
I resolve to attend school
7. I
Dear Bill: Revelations. He said that the new Hair with an average of fifty- Gnlnenvllle, visiting friends. take regularly.
pupil-new in Lee
regularly and on time Yes, we had a great disappointment year Is like a door-If it Is closedwe name Dorothy eight words per minute and Mar- Dorothy Alvarez was visiting In You
Rlgdon now Mrs. Lacy Futch. can get real Bayer Aspirin at
8. I resolve to bad
replace my when we were young. Oncewe must break through. In closing tile Hemingway with forty-six Jacksonville, Sunday. anu drug store simply by nevera.king
bits with good habits. crawled under a tent to see a'' he admonished the students"to words per minute.Bradford ---A--- for( it by the name "aspirin"
We lost
9. I resolve to do a good deed circus and found that It was a re be helpful in every way you a pupil via matrimony, (:,\KI OF THANKS alone, but always saying BAYER
Mat tie Cowart who married R. L.
ally. vival meeting. I can-we are put In this world to We wish to thank our many ASPiniN when you buy
10. I resolve to spend my lel- Anything else? I help the world not for the worldto Morgan. Safety friends who so kindly assisted us

[lure" time wisely. Profs. Nitwit and Knowknot. help us." Club Is FormedLast during the sickness and death orOUI' Bayer AspirinWOMAN
Mellie Sllcox was on the Honor
11. I resolve not to put off unItll -
*> beloved husband and father
The next
speaker was Virginia
Roll in December. Her
tomorrow what I can do today. I name was
And also for the beautiful flowers.
Fugate one of the three Starke 9
Jokes omitted by mistake.Grammar Wednesday, January ,
12. I resolve to be thoughtfulwhat
j girls lucky enough to go to the ---. twenty-nine students met with Mr. Mrs. John Thomas, i
I and do and to con-(
say Young People's Conference held In Gray In the auditorium and form- And Children
must not
wider other people. Mamma\ : you ChapelIs
Tenn. the Christ ed the Bradford ,
Memphis, during Safety Club.
13. I resolve to do unto others drink that milk: It is sour. |
|?as I would have them do unto me. Willie: "Mamma, were the cows mas holidays. She explained in Held Thursday It has as Its aim to promote

14. I resolve to be honest in all eating pickles ?" detail the trip up and the return safety In our school, our commu-

[{things especially school work. I trip.Her Elementary Chapel was held the nity and our county. Wilson May
sister, Katie Fugate, also third period last
needed Thursday morn- was elected president The rest
15.: I resolve not to let petty or A little German boy '
his mother one of the three to make the trip, of the officers will be elected Wed
f insignificant Incidents annoy me. pair of new shoes, and Ing.First '(
16. I resolve to do my best at told him to get a pair with spring explained just what they did on the program was the nesday, January IS.
while In Memphis. song "Old Folks at Home," the avl
Jnll times heels. Spring Is the German The members are: Wilson May, )
17. I resolve not to leave my word for "run." He went to the I Dorothy White, the third mem- Flag Salute and the Lord's Prayer. : Bill McMillan, Billy Dowling, Harold
ber of the party was absent Friday .
I work unfinished. shoe store and asked for a pair of Bishop, Julian Criffls, Willis
18. I resolve to appreciate and shoes with "run" heels. and we were denied the plea- The next number was a talk Smith, RoHwell Naegal. Glenn
I sure of hearing her directed especially to small children -
{follow good advice. Jackson Forest Crosby, Ovid LewIs. -
Following this, ilr.: Gray made a by Reverend Lowry of thePresbyterian
19. I resolve to improve my "A druggist of our city gives Alice Royster, Ella Mae Man-
brief welcome to our new pupils Church the
i spelling, pronunciation and vocabulary away a bird with every glass of on sub- ning, Eunice Williams, Julia Tlaon
and some awards to the first ject of New Year's Resolution.
I soda water he sells I Ruth Tomlinson, Lillian Moseley,
students (see elsewhere A by Sara Barefoot of
typing the
20. I resolve to develop a "What kind of a bird?" year I song Doshla Smith Grace Green A. Z.
I stronger character "A swallow." I on this page.) I fifth grade and a poem "Myself," Adkins Jr., W. T. Weeks, Bill
Mr. Gray read the twenty best i by John Kinlaw of the fifth grade
Edwards James
Whitfleld.< Billy
TIIOUGIITS FOIL TilE WEEK Mrs. Demorest: "John, why New Year's Resolutions written by 'also was next. Silcox, Ralph Rhodes, Dot White,
were you late today?" various students recorded( else Lillian Moseley now presented a Marie
Thede Raymond Plummer,
The only way to have a friend John: "I couldn't help it." I where) and made a rather strong Tap Dancing number and follow- Elaine Wynn, Hugh Walters "TRUST A

[ Is to be one. Mrs. Demorest: "Why not?" talk on honesty and the evils of ing this were announcements con --.---- -
There is something good and deep John: "Well, I dreamed that I cheating, which evidently some pupils cerning the art exhibition keep-

I In melody, for body and soul go was running, and running and running -':I needed. Ing paper off the grounds, etc., by Don't WEEKLY: off MOTTO until -

[ strangely together.A when all of a sudden my I The art exhibition was announced Mr Gray. what put be done tomorrow

man should hear a little music brother woke me, and where do and the Book Club meeting was Mr. Gray in conclusion gave an _can___ ___ today. --
I read a little poetry and see a you think I was?" I: announced. Interesting little poem "Never Around four- W- --- o pick the
fine picture everyday of his life.I Mrs. Demorest (Interested) : .-- Mind Miss Lucy." million pounds of

find the great thing in this "Where ?" I Basketball Team fish are shipped annually from !*
the of best values
vicinity Key West
J world is not so much where we John: "Why, in bed of course, '! Books Are Rebound

I stand as in what'"direction we are and I slept a little longer, because I I Wins Game Tuesday
; moving. I was tired of running so much." By Traveling Man FOR HAIR AND SCALPJAPANESE M

True happiness consists not In I The B. H. S. Basketball Torna- OIL

the multitude of friends, but in Mr. Beasley: "Henry, what are does were Just little breezes last Our library profited when Mr. e.rn u. So"A.Tie .

the worth and choice. your boots made of?" week-out of four games they Noble J. Rouch and his wife stop AafhepHs Scalp' "."I.ls.tr .- 65% of Florida Mofor Lines

Henry: "Of leather." won one and that from Brooker! ped here last Monday. They are .-..* _rdlMry.., Hair ,...._
NEW"PUPILS M. B.: "Where does the leather Last Tuesday (Jan.: 7) afternoonat book-binders. The library had him Me I tl. Mil IT WOKKI AI All D'xgliHw

The senior class has one: Clara come from ?" 3:30: the girls and boys of B. to bind thirteen books. >.l.NMr.far"rut N.uwt C swht s..."TIM* G.Tn, New. asset Ye.. Passengers are Women
:HcGee. The seventh grades have Henry: "From the hide of the H. s. played those (of Brooker. The The quality of the work was

added to their class four: Junior ox" boys won 22-13 and the girls lost amazing when compared with the '
Women know values
ihun ib..w.rgi -. serulsdryo
Klrkpatrick James Whitfleld Katrina M. B.: "What animal therefore 33-9. price. For only 20c they would / Florid Motor u.... ....... with w_... whlcH o _
Wilder and Grace Dew. The supplies you with boots and gives In the Waldo clash at Waldo last rebind and repair an entire book. mora ........1 ...._ lor the dollAr tbaa .DT .lh.. term .*
......-.._ ,... Hop-or.n, BbotU ....,. prtrll''.o.Wnmfn .
eighth grade has one enrolled: foil meat to eat? Friday night the boys lost 23-26: As they have practically no com-
Louts I Henry: "My father" which wasn't bad but the enjoy convenience. which 1..t I'.'". mctraofcmillrv
Klrkpatrick. nopho- very petition they do ve: well as they Its. lo fuss ol bus ,L '_". :.. mtut P..d Tp ,
/ !
mo. ,,;toiled one: .. ..!rk- girls lost to VWaldo 00-9. In both travel from i>luc to place In a NI ISw tbo rUrhl films .< .lad. .. wi.ilai .
patrick. Pictures Arrive games three of the best girl play house car. a.ndr dew iowa iiatloni W hurt ol tlu.m. katol ud Fares a'bar

ers were absent. !olr. Rouch worked his way 0.',. .. ..P" +li'y nlon. Jacksonville $ 1.43

LOST PUPILS I, Here On Tuesday The next games are with Ala- through Manchester College in Moeea In gsall/IN...ratvo'r In war Women wnkh fpprtciit' ..... th.. .beauty Ihrooah at ibo Yh.Wa'.c..i.b.a t parM ot ....Mqh.diyand Miami __ 10.00W.

The seventh grades lost three I chua and Baldwin both are to be Manchester Ind., In this way. seta JO.. elanI swat colorful .....",..Id.. Wid. oboomfem wiodow ': 1". Beach 10.00
__..... 'ii... el**( tree all aldw ... ....
.n woe ol troMUnod b. St. 5.00
pupils: Lamar Edwards Beatrice The entire school had quite a played the same day We meet They come from South Bend, Ind. ....... .......ml,._ fttfnb'g
Underhill and Bessie Thomas. time last week. The pictures made Alachua here at 3:30: for two I l..r.ar.ram. Women demand comfort lomut In .... lumirlou .... Tampa ._,, H, 4.70
UMmllflod .bu... ol Florido Motor UBM with ...... U ''
, The eighth grade has to drop one by E. Huntzinger Co., of Plqua, games and meet Baldwin there at NEXT WEEK _. ...lInl... chain. clean blu. D... haad_... sole 4.70
from Christmas arrived and 7:30 for two and npa caachco--cloaa. ....ltllluJ .......1 In riertdi Oaliienvllto .BO
Its original roll: Blanton Ohio before I' p. m. games. Monday, Jan. 20: ..:, our hats ., _._ 1.80:
Thomas The ninth grades lost were distributed. They cost only We hope the teams win-It's Glee ClubFaculty ?

even students: John Herring, 25c per dozen and nearly everyone about time anyway.A meeting. UNION BUS STATION
Doris Mae Strickland Emogene bought them and traded around Wednesday Jan 22:

Drlnkell Bill Rhoden. Theodore with others until many had very I' servant does the drinking at Basketball Game Hawthornevs. MRS. E. II. SMITH agent

Goodge Pansy Cone and Gladys "prized" collections.A a banquet In China if his master B. H. S. here at 3:30 Opposite Court house Phone ZO-\r
Knight The sophomores have group picture of any class Is a total abstainer. Lake Butler vs. B. H. S. at

lost thre pupils: Mary Hoke, Edwin could be bought for 25c also. These r 7:30.

Starling Burton Rosier. The were not so popular, however. Little Consumption of potatoes showed Elementary Chapel. Q
post-grad's lost one of its star frames could be had for Ic and a steady decrease during the pe- Friday Jan. 24: e a 0

pupils. Barbara Hoke. better> one. for 5c. riod from 1920 to 1933. High School Chapel.

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'; : ''I Miss Mary CanovaCompliments Homemakers Class Lyle Anderson Celebrates good this week. One of the bog MISSION IIALL -

Birthday With Theatre Party buyers from North Carolina who A capacity
House Guest Met Friday NightThe congregation ,
bought on the Gainesville market urday night heard the .,
r/ i: ; fSoclctyAJ With Lovely PartyComplimenting Homemakers Class of the Lyle Anderson, son of Mr. and every Monday before Christmas, brought by Dr. Vance m HIli 9qB:

Mrs. Ira Corn, of Baptist Sunday School met at the Mrs. Sam Anderson celebrated his bought on the market again last pastor of one of the oldest "

) Pasadena, Calif., who is visiting at home of Mrs:JC. C. Priest, with eighth birthday Thursday afternoon Monday and it was announced that list Churches In Charleston, s Fop i

I the home of Mrs. E. E. Canova, Mrs. 3. 1.. Hutc IJl1p as c -ho tess, January 16, with a theatre he would be a regular buyer as His subject was "The Present 1'-'t
I J"i-. Miss Mary Canova entertained at last Friday night:, party. long as he could get hogs at Message of Amos" So filled i ? ,;.
i> ( In the absence'of' the The guests assembled at three Gainesville In carload lota the Spirit was his ?
presidentMrs. ,
B I the Woman's Club House Wednes- I message that! ;
[ {' i >i Four Square Knights Sub-Debs Entertain With afternoon with Darby, teacher of the class, o'clock at the home of the young There will be a pure bred boar spontaneous testimonial !
Met Monday I Bunco PartyThe day a lovely bridge presided ovgcvtlve business meet- host and presented him many lovely I sale at the Gainesville market on followed and fellowship WH m\\tlJg
the Sub-Debs party. Ing. The' following: officers were gifts. They)" were then all invited Monday, January 27. A good joyed Many have asked f"i "r.,.
members of The of 'r
., The society of the Four Square spacious assembly room elected<< for the new year: Mrs A. to the RItz Theatre, where many boars have already been con- turn date for Dr. Havner.
entertained members of the the Clubhouse dec-
Knights held a combined business younger was artistically M teacher Mrs W. J. they attended the matinee. After signed to the sale and a good saleis )
Darby Ep
; of .
and weiner roast In the set last Suture: ,ty night with a orated with seasonal flowers and I. spite threatening u., ,',' ,?,
meeting the show the guests went back to expected.
D. L. Sil-
*! person President; Mrs. the attendance at
bunco at the Woman's ClubHouse and the .
;jl I I u woods last Monday night I party greenery eight tables were their host's home, where regula i I Iye.
they en-
toI placed for bridge.At cox class secretary; Mrs G. A. Prices were as follows: day night Bible study was
Those attending were: Mr. Wilbur Anderson, meeting Mrs.P. joyed a weIner roast. In the cen- No. 1 g"OCl
+ the end of several rubbers it,, secretary; Top 180 to 250 Ibs., $8.00 The Fifth chapter of Dam,.i
of the
assembly room
a, Scott organizer AI Kay Carlisle M. Barefoot and Mrs. B. M. ter of the dining table and very per 100 Iba. studied with especial Will
was found that Mrs C. S. Lindsey,
club house was effectively decorated emphasis ,
Walters Bill McMII- the ?
attractively arranged was
: N" Hugh Fuasell, group captains. Top No. 2, ISO: ( to 180 Ibs. the twenty-seventh
with oak branches, autumn of Winston-Salem, N. C., .who is $7.70 verse A m
p lan, A. W. Anderson, Jimmie Peek, large white birthday cake, which
1 leaves and other seasonal shrubs.A also visiting here, was holder of During the social hour two con- per 100 Ibs. of balances was effectively us, t 1"
Albert Toriuella, and Eddie Ray- was adorned with eight burning "'
\ ,ht,,, mond. pink and green color motif was high score. Miss Mina Manassa tests were enjoyed after which candles. The cake was served to Top No. 3, 130 to 150 Ibs., $7.60 illustrate this verse Specu, ,] rt,.
bt holder of second delicious refreshments were serv- sic was enjoyed.
i attractively carried out throughout high. They the per 100 Ibs.
f$ cy, Any young men between theages were each ed by the hostesses, assisted by guests.
the presented dainty gifts
1: M : of IS and 21 desiring to join Miss Canova presented the honoree Miss Thelma Priest. Mrs. Anderson was assisted In Top No. 4, 110 to 130 Ibs., $7.20

\: I pleaso obtain application blanks When the scores for bunco were ., Mrs.. Corn.. with.. ft lovely .o-ift. _, I Members present were: Mrs. A. caring for the young Trlenda of per 100 Ibs. .
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,\ ti' from any of the above or from totaled it wall found that Mlsa I Mrs. C. S. also received M. her son by Mra. Jessie Mae Blake- Top No 5, 50 to 110 Ibs, $7,15per REAL
Lindsey a Darby, Mrs. L. G Hemingway,
Doshia Smith held high for girl I
,r \ Ip Blake Jackson. ly. 100 Ibs.
and Miss Lillian Moseley held low guest prize.A Mrs. M. Feeler,, Mrs. W B. Alexander -
l 'II I II
: I Those Invited to be with Top calves, $4.85: 100 lbs, ESTATE
,I \. ".1 J Billy Long was the holder of high salad course was I Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. Lyle per
,aI I score for boys and AI Kay Car- served the guests by the hostess, H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. B. M. Fussell, for the occasion were: Billy Blakely Top heifers, $3.90 per 100 lbs. IF YOU
('; "Et1 adl: lisle was the holder of low. They who was assisted by Mrs. N. D. Mrs. J W. Edwards Mrs. J. D. Bobby Biggs. Austin Smith, of Top butcher cows, $4.65 per 100 WANT TO

i RITZ THEATRE were each awarded a prize. Wainwright, Jr. Goodman, Mrs. D. L, Silcox, Mrs. Sampson City, Warren Winkler, bs.. BUY SELL OR RENT

I f, : The members of the club and Those invited to be with Mrs. G. At Anderson, and a guest, Mrs John Anderson, George Flynn, and Top butcher bulls, $6,10 per 100 SEE US-

STARKE their friends present were serveda Corn and Miss Canova were: Mrs. Faye GUI ..A.:; ,._' Louis Smith, of Sampson City. lbs.

refreshment course, after whicha O. L. Beasley. ,Mrs. Jeanette Kin- '-i Top butcher steers, $5.30 per 100 WILSONREALTY
t I PROGRAMBEGINNING period of dancing was enjoyed. caid, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs K. G. Benefit Bridge And Business And Program bs.

FRIDAY Those Misses Duncan Mrs H. C Wall, Mrs. R. .. CORP.
i. attending were: Bunco Party Meeting: W. M. U.
r, Katie and F Demorest, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, There are 191,000,000 acres of
Virginia Fugate Margie
l" 'l t FKIDAV, JAN. 17 McMillan, Frances Lee Peek, Lillian Mrs. George Manassa, Mrs. H. B. Mrs. Jeanette Kincald and Miss The Woman's Missionary Unionof forest land in the South. I'" ::. .. ".:,:. .. .!' (
f ;' "Miss Pacific Fleet"t Stump, Dot Bishop, Edna McLendon, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs Madge Middleton were hostessesat the Baptist Church will have I

( y' Joan Blonclell-Glenda Farrell Pearce, Doshia Smith, Lillian D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. H. M. Rich- a benefit bridge and bunco par- I its regular monthly Business and

t'. \ Warren Hull Allen Jenkins Moseley Margaret Hair and Al ard, Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., Mrs ty, held at the home of the latter, 'Program Meeting Monday after- Freshly Roasted! Freshly Ground";

:( y Kay Carlisle, Ernest Dowling, Jr., George B. Flynn Mrs O. L. on Tuesday afternoon, January 15. noon, January 20( at the church.

: 41, I tI SATURDAY, JAN.-18 Billy Long, Billy Powell, Carlton Haynes, Mrs. S R. Johns, Jr, Mrs. The living room and the sun Circle Number One-Mrs. L. G. 'I

J i hII "Ride Him ChastaIn, Ray Bevyll, and Theo- D. A. Monteith, Mrs. T. F. Lan- parlor of Miss Mlddleton's home Powell, leader, will be In chargeof COFFEEEIGHT
{ Cowboy"John o
tr dore Harding, Waldo, Walter Par- drum, Mrs. Morgan Darby, Mrs.S. were opened en suite and tastefully the program. I
e WnyneRuth rish and Harry Cannon, Gaines- 1. Peek, Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. I decorated with seasonal O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE
r Hall ville. I Nit Sternberg, and Mrs. C. S. plants and flowers. Four tablesof Woodman Circle NoticeThe "Rich Full Bodied" "Mild-Mellow"

Chaperones were: Mr and Mrs. Lindsey, of Wlnston-Salera N. C. bridge and two of bunco were
I 6' SUN.-MON., JAN. 19-20( Misses Madge Middleton Hazel Woodman Circle will hold Lb. 17c Lb.
H. C. RItch, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. arranged in the two rooms where atD
1 "Shipmates Forever" Demorest and the sponsor, Miss Middleton, Hazel Adklns, Rosalind the players assembled. its installation of officers next IRA1e'

Ruby KN"Jl'r Kitty Hogsed. The honored guests Jacobs. Annie Mae Pearce, Lu- High prize for bridge was Tuesday night, January 21, at the BOKAR-"VigorousWlney"Per
i l t,. Dick PowellTUE8.WED. were Misses Annie Mae Pearce, cile Mitchell, Mina Manassa, and awarded to Mrs.,Frank Carpenter hall. There will also be a practice ELONOMYRULl

'. : i Hazel Adkins and Yvonne Radford, Kitty Hogsed.;) the prize was the jack pot which meeting of officers Saturday. All Lb. 23c

i ., JAN 21-28 of Cross City had been filled by the various los- officers to be installed are urgedto WINNER ROCK GROUND
Collette Green Has attend
"Charlie Chan InShanghai" ers during the game. High prize these meetings.
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1 f', Baptist Sunday School Notice Birthday Party for bunco was awarded to Miss GRITS 5 Lbs. 13c
Madeline Hazen, the prize was a W. M. S. NoticeThe
' Warner Oliuul Mrs. J. F. Vogts, Superintendentof Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green enter- I ,
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tained a number of the young Finance Committee of Cir- SULTANA-BROKEN
the Sunday School of the First ity. SLICE
i ? TIIURS.-KRI., JAN 23-24 folks at their home on Friday, I cle Number Two of the Woman's
Baptist Church of Gainesville, will At the end of' the afternoon the
January 10, the occasion being the Missionary Society of the Metho- PINEAPPLE No. '
"It's A Great Life" speak to the officers and teachersof hostesses served coco-colas with 2'/ can 15c
Ii the Starke Baptist Sunday ninth birthday anniversary of their peanut butter sandwich crackersto dist Church will hold a food sale
i i -- School at the regular weekly meeting daughter, Collette.A in the Woodbridge Building, across
' those attending the benefit.
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I' EVERY WED most enjoyable afternoon was I the street from the A. M. Darby MARY-ANN OLD
Wednesday, January 22, at Those FASIIION
I NESDAY. Those attending present were: Mrs. D. P.
I, how 6:45: o'clock. Her subject will ben spent playing outdoor games and store, on the afternoon of January
I Tuesday are eligible for Carpenter, Mrs: "Frank Carpenter
Collette was the recipient of 25.: Sandwiches, tea or coffee MEAL 10 Lbs.
many I 20c
I "Sunday School Organizing and
iia prize by leaving their name Mrs. H. C. Rltcb Mrs. E. L. Biggs 'will
j with cashier Tuesday. Teachers Training." All officers lovely gifts from her friends in- Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. George be served during the after-
I vited to share this happy occasion noon. Let this committee help ----
and teachers of the Schoolare DIXJE-CRYST
Sunday Manassa, Mrs Ira. Corn, of Pasa- GRANULATED
Ij } I IELL urged to attend. with her. dena, Calif, Mrs, C. S. Lindsey, of you with your Sunday dinner by
j A red and green color schemewas phoning them an order for a bak-
C 10- -.--.-, ...... ___._.__ ..J..... ._. ___ ... effectively carried out by the Winston-Salem, N. C., Mrs. K. G. ed ham, a cake, or pie, sandwichesand SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25cPLAIN
Duncan, Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. N.
y decorations which used for candy.
were ---
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D. 'Jr., and Misses
' the cake. A beautiful cake, iced Wainwright Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, OR SELFRISINGiONAFLOUR
Mina Manassa, Hazel Adkins, An-
J Just in white and attractively decoratedin Mrs. O. L. Beasley,
j nie Mae Pearce,' Rosalind Jacobs,
.ANN PAGE red and green, with nine red Mrs. L. A. Davis,
Rec'd candles which were burning, was Kitty Hogsed, Beverly Cady, Eun- Committee.
ice Perkins, Madeline Hazen, Edna
placed In the center of the dining +--
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Strickland, and Sara Hope Haynes.
! : table and served to the guests with The proceedi9'from the party PINE LEVEL 6b.Sk. 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb.. Sk. 48-lb. 8k.
Wash ice cream by Mrs. Green.. '
I amounted to 480.., which are to Airs. II. M. AIcRae, CorrespondentThe
Ii Those invited to the party were: 23c 43c 79c
,' a' $1.55FRESH
i II 1 1 1d be used to buy work books for Mrs. "
Betty Hayes, June Hall, Helen
Bro Elbert Bow
sermon by
I f Kincald and Miss.: Middleton'sfirst
d r{ i; : r i toDress Dowling, Marion Dowling, Merry ers Sunday night was enjoyed by ,
II grade pupils. ----------------- ---
i : Beth Knight, Margaret Montelth, all present. FANCY RIPETOMATOES
rI *
I '., Josephine Johns, Wanda Pearce, Noted Missionary Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing and 2 Pounds for 15c
Keen, Ida Lulu and Mar-
Patsy children, also Carlos Hunter, all of
I, I jorie Davis, Barbara Keen, L'Etta Speaks Here Gainesville were visiting Gus ONIONS Yellow Globe 3 Ibs. for We

." Corpening, Katherine Kinlaw, Jack Mrs. Mary L Bergen, a retired Fountain and family Saturday LETTUCE Head 5c
Hall, Jerome Johns, B. C. Holtzen-
missionary who worked thirty- night.
: dorf, John Kinlaw, and Joe Mon- two years In China, spoke Tues- Mrs. T. N. Norman and daugh- YORK APPLES 6 Lbs. For 25c

it telth. day afternoon to)the Ladles' Aux- ters, Helen and Dorothy, of Gum CELERY

Inhabitants of greater London iliary of the Presbyterian Church. Branch were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stalk lOc
'. make an average of 487 trips a Rev. and Mrs. Bergen taught for H. M. McRae Saturday. GRAPEFRUIT Fancy Florida 5c
,' I year by train, tramway or bua.MEN'S many years In the University of Miss Eula Mae Dyal, of Sampson -
\i/ I Shantoon, China Accompanlng spent Wednesday night herewith FANCY DELICIOUS AND UINES\P

I .y.--.-'-.fl? --e.-= Mrs. Bergen from her home in Miss Vesta McRae.F. APPLES 2 Lbs. for 15c

I II -I Green Cove Springs were: Mrs. A. Terrell, of Sanderson,
I Mary Pyle, Miss Jtathleen Aycock, ppent the week-end here with his

t p. + HEAVYWORK I Mrs. Anderson and Mrs Isabelle F. family.We A&P Sliced Beef H Palmolive Beads

Conant. > are glad to report that little I
3'/2-oz 19 5-oz I
" ; Shirley McRae is well again ; 29c Pkg. lOc

I t \ SHOES O. E. S. Notice after a serious illness.
Remember the services at Pine Lee & Perrins Crisco

: Ir 98c The regular meeting of the O. E. Level Church this week-end by our Sauce33c 1
lb. 25c 3 Ib. 65c
: S. will be held Monday night. pastor Elder W. E. Hall. ; .
1.59 & 1.89MEN'S : January 20 at the Maconic Hall. .
All members are urged to attend.
: i ., Horse and Mule SALMON Pink Tall Can lOc

GUARANTEED Business Meeting of W. M. S. Sale A SuccessThe SULTANA PEANUT

i' BECOMINGLY CHEERFUL MODES, THAT The Woman's Missionary Socie- BUTTER 1. Lb. 15c 21-oz.19c

WITH. CHECKED ty of the Methodist Church will special horse and mule sale ANGELUS
at the Central Florida Livestock
meet Monday afternoon at three P & G SOAP 3 For lOc
SMART IN EVERY DETAIL. o'clock, at the church. Devotional market, Gainesville, last Monday
'PANTSOnly ,and business meetingFLORIDA was a marked success. A great NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 15c
I -- many mules and horses were sold

\ LADIES 1 ranging all the way from $30 to APPLES Fine Evaporated 2 Lbs. 25c

Gainesville $90. Another special horse and SUNNYFIELD
AU Silk 49c
CHIFFON SATURDAY ONLY mule sale will be held at the
79C Pair PANCAKE FLOUR 2 For 15c
Gainesville market
on Monday,
HOSE New Shades Mat. 2:43-Ee1iOO-9:30' : ( P. M.
., PAIR .January 27. It is planned to hold CORN Brockport No. 2 Can lOc
special mule and horse sales ev-
ery two weeks for the next two _
1j.Te : months. FOOD Each 5c

1' r r t o PRETTY FROCKS i SHIRTS Hcg prices were exceptionally PRINCE ALBERT Can toc"

: F.-UK: Cl1AMBRAY39c69c79c98c: Recipes For This Week

PORK & BEANS Pound Can 4c
1 1' For Little\ Miss Given By Mrs. EdwardsThe

,r ', Fashionables. Pertly following two recipes SPINACH No. 2 3 for 25c

4 ;, Styled In Wash were given by Mrs. J. W "Ed RAJAH

,1, Fabrics. I wards. Ice Box Cookies SALAD DRESSING PI. ISc; QI. 29c

ALL SIZES OVERALLS98c 2 cups light brown sugar

1 cup shortening ,
-- -- -- - --
f' 3 cups flour WITH QUART l\IEASlmFFREE

1 ; i lq GUARANTEED STYLES: 1 1 t cup'aspoon aspoon! nuts cream chopped vanilla of tartar A. PENN 1"I"OTOR"' {} !AIL! 2 ;:1 51.! S

1 1 2 eggs .


: 59c BUYING 1 1 can Ib. ground vegetable Meat meat Loaf soup I OATS --, 3-- ---Lb.-- Box 15c

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1 medium size onion IONA --- --

FRIENDLY 1-2 cup sweet milk
79c FIVE I 1.2 cup cracker meal PEACHES '
No.2i/Can 2for 25cce
1, rfir SHOES ., OY fIfARFYllfllft \ Salt and pepper to taste and .
it i ", \ eIp a i age
1 .. In I _
95 c FOR DRESS WEAR A ? 'Cb elif fb.i i Bake one hour. .\ n\IOTnER's.FrHh: : : Plain-or Sliced -

11Mfe1'AJelln Mrs. J. W. Edwards. ? RoUi 14-ox. 18-os. 24-oz.

: Not see NOTE: All recipes received BREAD Gc Gc 8c lOc
fir Fve.: rse

ALEXANDER & COMPANY ('b11A.. ste iAf.ernal through and will the be mall published are appreciated as soon- -- -- -- .--- ----__.__ ______ ____01

Alexander & Co. a* possible. A. & P. FOOD STORE

i ,n. 'iI'****llll***** "* *** i Society Editor. STARKE FLORIDA


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Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hughes, of NEW TROPICAL PARK OPENSI Ing citizen they quit before exceedIng turned to her home here Thur.
I DeLand, were recent guests of Mr. the day.The
and Mrs. Frank Hoover. j I Rev C. E Cut baw filled
Rains ItciH-rlrlal to Crop' his appointment Hampton and
Bits of Miss Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonville Rains. early this week have had Theressa Sunday

spent Sunday here as the quite a fine effects on the straw W, H. Edwards, Jr., was a business -
guest of Mrs. Flora B. Cady and I berry crop which is beginning to visitor to Jacksonville We >- \
Miss Beverly Cady. I move from this place. In small nesday.
Local N I I quantities and If the present warm
I Miss! Eva A. Grant of Bangor
I rainy weather continues shipmentswill
and Hilda
Misses Hope Haynes i
Me., is spending the winter at her
|CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Durden Sam Alvarez and James increase within the next two home here.
Dennis spent Sunday afternoon weeks Many growers are planting
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN visiting In Jacksonville. gardens and It Is expected that The Rev. C. K. Cutshaw will '1
several growers hero will give the preach at the First Baptist Church

Mrs. L. S. Hutto> returned Tues 4 J # G Sea Island cotton another another next Sunday nt 11 a. m. and 7:30: .-J
c } Ql trial this year. p. m All are most cordially invited -
day from Orangeburg, S, C., when 1
to attend. ;
< returned recently Miss Pearl Manning, of Jackson- she attended the funeral services! ,. l i
lyle Lodte to Install Officer The Rev D. L. Phillips was a
of her father I. F. Ritter.
ville, Is here visiting her parents, { J
x a visit in Tallahassee I 11 Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. visitor to Maxvllle Saturday : t
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. {
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and M wilt Install their officers next Mrs. G W. Roberts wall visiting 1. :
and Mra. A. 8. Crews were children, Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Miss : Tuesday evening at 7-3O o'clock In Starke Tuesday. '
111t ts in Bronson Tuesday. George Balsden. spent last weekend Dorothy Sapp spent Sunday In 4d. % and all Masons are cordially invited R P Jones was a business visitor I.-
In Jacksonville visiting his Gainesville visiting relatives. to attend l Refreshments be to Jacksonville Monday
daughter, Miss Lucia Balsden. : I served James L. Smith, U. S. Marine

:M.. Matilda here Ritch Saturday., of Raiford Mr. and Mrs. L>, r* Roane and v Corps, formerly of Lawtey, has!

wsa visitor Miss Myrtle Strickland spent' children of Jacksonville Beach, Vrmomiin" completed the basic training
the past week-end In Waldo as the were here Sunday visiting at the Mrs O J. Phillips and children course at Pnrrls Island, S. C and
guest of Miss Elizabeth. Olive. home of Judge and Mrs A Z Ad. I R, who have been visiting in Miami has been transferred to the Marine
kins. I returned to their home here Sun- Hnrrnck. Naval Operating
Sttt +ttIrtr61 II t HHMP, Norfolk. Va. for further
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Miss Mildred Hill, of Jacksonville dayM. H Edwards of Jacksonville transfer. to the Asiatic Station, foi
H. V Knight and Mrs A, had as their guests this week Mr. spent the past week-end hereas I r1 .. was a business visitor here Monday duly, It Is announced by Major C'
|>Simmon spent Saturday in and Mrs. B. V. Wells, of Tampa.Mr the guest of her brotherinlawand i I':. Nutting. Officer In Charge of

1ec onville. --- sister*Mr. and Mrs. W. C I I F R. Cnrradlne was a business recruiting activities for the Ma-
automobile and Mrs. T. F. Landrum had Manning. visitor to Starke Wednesday rine Corps with officers in the 1-
5 e 20% on your their for the week- I :Mrs, H. B Arwood who him been Post Office Building Savannah
mate ce, convenient terms toe as guest past
{V Realty. l173tpand end G. L. Patten, of Jacksonville.. Mrs. D. A. Montelth returnee! visiting In Birmingham. Ala., re Ga
Monday from Belle Glade, where
J :
Mrs. D. E. Knight and she has been spending several days a 11
Mrs. Maria K. Hull Is having 1.
A. A. Simmon spent Tues- Mr. Monteith, who Is em-
f visiting ie
exterior of
painting done to the j NOTICE TO CANDIDATESAND
d Jacksonville. her home on North Walnut Street. ployed there

and Mrs R. A. Newsom Mrs James Shepard returned to PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES
r Sunday in Lawtey visiting Miss Emily Sampson, of Thom- her home in Hilliard Saturday af-
btu iltld Mrs. J. A, Howe asville, Ga., spent this week here ter a. visit here with her son-in- new Tropical' Park, the Florida Cypress Garden. at Winter I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Reg- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Haven, were formally opened to the publlo New Vea""'. Day by the
cutting of the satin ribbon stretched n--eos fhe enterlna path by has led 1 "
ister. C. A. Although investigation us to
Knight. the Cotton Festival Queen, Elizabeth Hull, and the Orange Festival
OHM A WORD Quean, Betty Runkle.Mrs. believe that the usual charge for Political -
and ------
Mrs Clarence Beasley
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley and I
of Gainesville, are spendingthis Announcements throughout the
Miss Rosa Baisden, of Jacksonville, son J. H Hundley. Miss Mildred Lit{VTEY
NR' '
week here as the guests of'
spent Sunday her visiting rela- Hundley, and Miss Evelyn State is $ 10 the Telegraph announces
Mrs. Beaaley's parents, Mr. and O. J. Phillip. CorrrcpondmtTowniwnd ,
tives. I Townsend, of the State Farm
RENT-Unfurnished house- I Mrs. J C. Manning. were visitors here Monday flub Formed" the following rate for this class of ad- I
|keeping rooms, apply Letie StilPLANTS Little Miss Betty Ann Flynn is The Townsend Club for old age
ley";,., ltp spending several days in Gainesville I' Mrs Lt. W. Halbrook and son, pensions was formed here Tuesday vertising.
FOR SALE-We handle I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Merrill, of Lake City, spent sev- Mrs. M E. Edwards returned night when speakers from
eral days recently here as the Sunday from Jacksonville Beach audienceat
and Straw- Wood. Starke spoke to a large
Arkansas Give Maryland us order. guests of her parents, Mr. and where she spent several weeks the city hall. F. R. Carrndlne From now until April 1
terryplants.Brownlee Bros. your 1.17 4tc Mrs. L. A. Rennolds is making Mrs. W. L. Andrews. with her son-in-law and"daughter, was elected president and twenty-
Political Announcements
extensive repairs on the exteriorof Mr and Mrs. L. L. Roane. Mrs. five members were enrolled. 7 50 3

,,-WRITK or see us for SELECTED her home on South Walnut Rhodes Eakle, of Washington, Edwards will spend the remainderof (Not more than 50 lines) ,
Runner. and Spanish Peanut Seed" Street. D. C., spent Friday here as the the winter here with her son- nl8It.\ Or Not
Greenwood Products Co. Peanutb..I1ei' guest of Mrs. A. F. Sauls and his in-law and daughter, Judge and Last Thursday J. S. Norman Le-
.. .. cousin, Miss Louise Snyder. He Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.
$ High Springs, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and man Norman and Willie Hill spent After April 1
daughters, Shirley and Betty, spent was en route to Miami.
SEEDS the morning fishing In Lake Geneva
for Spring Planting arriving The Rev. C. B. Price returned C fCNot
last week-end in Lake City visiting and returned at noon with Political Announcements \ \
:}at White's Store such asBeans relatives. Miss Mlna Manassa and Henry Thursday from Arcadia, where he wAds
Peanuts, Oats, Rye, Tomatoes Manassa returned last ThursdayFrom attended the State Baptist Convention thirty-six fine trout (I counted ( more than 50 lines) *

,"Pepper Egg Plant, and Irish Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord have a visit in Fort Sam Houston, which convened there Jan them) in which about they two claim hours, they and
Potatoes.. See us before buying. as their guest Mrs. Lord's Bister, Texas with their brotherinlawand uary 14, 15, 16. Rev. Price was accompanied caught
left them still biting. But on account -
,7411; 3-6t Mrs. C. H. Smallwood, of Traverse sister, Major and Mrs. G. C. by the Rev. T. V. Mc-I of Buddie being a law abld- Running More Than 50 Lines Will Be ;
JUSTi, RECEIVED shipment of City, Mich.. Erwin. Caul, and Rev. E. M. McDowell, of I
Gainesville, and the, Rev L. O. Charged At Proportionate Rates. f
seed We full line of
9! : carry gar- Friends of William Duncan will STOP GETTING UP NIGHTSMAKE
Little Miss Janet Anderson spent Sheffield, of the State Farm.
den;.and field crop seed, all are be Interested to know that he Is
guaranteed fresh. Get our price several days thIs week In Sampson with the WPA in Jack- J
before'buying. We have full line City as the guest of little Miss employed sonville. Mr. Duncan writes for Friends of Mrs. L. DIVining, will THIS 25o TEST DISPLAY ADVERTISING 25c<<; PER INCH
of Fertilizer and Fertilizer mate- Muriel Smith. regret to learn that aha was last If It foils to flush out Imp irltle. ADVERTISING
the American Guide, a historical and, excess. acldrwhleh cause the Ir-
week taken to St. Vincent's HospU *
rtaI..Rl3rownlee; BrOIl.17 4'c ..
( revuluilty that wakes let
book of facts. you up
"* -* -*" tal in Jacksonville where PAYABLE IN ADVANCE \
*- J c..K Mrs Jane Rbberts, of Trenton she remains Ituchii Junlptir oil etaIn littleCT t
8{>}U AL Horse and Mule Sale at was a week-end guest of her brother Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonhad seriously III. Mrs. Vining hlmlder* n tablets:li&xatlva.: called Work Kulcetn on, the the!
1IICIIJiral Florida Livestock Mar- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. as their guests Sunday Mr. has been given two blood transfusions -I bladder similar to cantor oil on the
ketOalnesvllle, Fla., next Mondays G. W. Alderman. and Mrs. B. M. Knight of Berle, since she has been there. bowelH. Poorly actinic bladder can ,
,, .January 20, beginning at I Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Knight, The Rev and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery cause burning scanty or backuche.flow frequent In four days BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
.noofti Hogs and cattle will be sold Elmo Struth has secured the of Madison, and Dr. and Mrs. W. furnished the blood for the It not pleased any druggist. .will refund -
,ri ht) after the Horse and Mule transfusions your 30c. Mitchell' DrugStore
.; position formerly held by Julian D. Bater, of Jacksonville. .
'11U< This should be a good time Peek, with the DeWitt C. Jones n

t_ ,ll any class of livestock. Funeral Company. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight had I

as their guests for the weekendMr. PRINCE I CARTON OK
J NAT SEZ: and Mrs. Donald J. Morris of
Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris ALBERT TOBACCO, Can lOc CIGARETTES $1.15 t tSu
are planning to move to Tallahassee -
i : I shudder when I think of how in the near future. I I
.? SIbs ''o lbs
cruel folks to two of the
Home are Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, A. J. TIP TOP GROCERY Meal

I'J best friends they have In the Thomas, Elmo Struth Merrill
H. C. Wall, g.25c 20c
world. Two friends who have StruLh, Carl Johns,
Powell Carpenter, and N. F. Gull- C. It. NASWOKTItr, Owner and OperatorS
done nothing worse than support
ford were in Jacksonville Tues- BOXES! 4 BOXES
them since they were able to day visiting Mrs. L. D. Vining at
wulk. If you are one of those SALT ::1

wretched people, my advice to youIs A. Scott spent Wednesdayin 2 LB. CAN LOW PRICES THIS MONTH IANGM--ll-oz. floats
to reform right now, let Nat fit Jacksonville visiting friends. He

next time and watch those was accompanied home by Mrs. COCOA ISc ... CATSUP lOc
you up 'd .
feetMEN'S Inllll"h. Scott, who has been spending sev- : 0 .. .. I
eral In DeLand as the guest
\ of her brother-in-law and sister, I I AI'I'LE Pork & Beans 3 l lOc

SHOES Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glatzau. I BUTTER Qt. 15c ens P.EQt.jarlOe I

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland,
Charmer Coffee 2 Cans 25c MAXWELL ,
\ of Wildwood, are announcing the PUKE FRESH GROUND ,
1.98 2.95 3.95 I birth of a son, James Calvin, on

I Mrs.Friday Strickland, January was 10,formerly in Wildwood.Miss COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c TOMATOES No 2 c'n7c COFFEE Lb. 27c

WORK SHOES Maude Manning, daughter of Mr.
'and MrsJ.. C. Manning, of Starke.

1.98 q'r wick Mr.and and daughter Mrs. James, Miss A. Esther Chad- GRITS I01k25c

Chadwlck, of Edgartown Mass., FI 1 22c39c 75c !

All Leather y' ) were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs our N : WHITE RIBBONLARD .
L. C. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Chad-

wick and daughter were en routeto -- .. ..- ... "" .. .. .. .. Lb 121Lc I
their winter home In St. Peters < ..',. .. ". 411"-! .. ". ,

burg. TIP TOP MARKET Bacon Plates, Ib. 18c TIP TOP PRODUCE
W T. Turner, of New River, ;. IIESTIII1E
Aa has been seriously ill at his home

98c 1.98to Turner For the wishes past for two to the express months.kindnesses his Mr.appreciation -I..: FRANKS LARGE Lb. 15c BACON WISCONSIN FANCYCHEESE Lb. 20c LETTUCE- Each 5c

shown him, by both the people of I
to Starke and New River, during his CCOJNTR"-S MOKEUSAUSAGE

2,45 confinement.Mrs. I' Lb. 23c Lb. 21cMacaroni TOMATOES Lb. 712c

2.95 W. E. Middleton Miss 1 3 pkgs 12c

T MIES'WORK were where they In Jacksonville nttenr'el Saturday. &.1, I P 1A (! T F L. ir. FANf'V F\IooIV.O COOK 6 Hw.NAVY J : Lb. li/c'

tlon of the twenty-ninth wedding %/ JilL IkJ L. trove- Jb W> U i BEANS 25c

SHOES I anniversary of Mrs. Mlddleton'a I WSTEKNSTEW .
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Dowling. Miss Madge Rib 12i/c Soda Crackers, lb. lOc BANANAS 4 Lbs. lyeYO1''NG '.

$1.00 Pr. Mlddleton and Miss Hazel Middle-
ton both assisted the host and the Ging. Snaps, lb. bx lOc
hostess In caring for their guests. ; \ '
,, I Grah. Crackers lb. 12c
MUNSINGWEAR89c The following party of ladles
went to Lawtey Tuesday in behalf I .
CORNED 1-lb Can F *.NCY/
of the Methodist Church project DelMonte or Argo Prunes, 2 Ib pkgs 15c

HOSE 1.00IT : there: Mrs J. H. Bitch, Mrs. E. S. BEEF I 15c OATS 32-OZ. lie I I
Matthews. Mrs. Olin White Mrs.A. Bulk Peaches or Apples, 2 Ibs. 25c

Z. Adkins, Mrs. A. F. Sauls
Urs. W. G. Halle. Mrs. T. J. GrlfI Red Bliss Seed Potatoes, Sack $2.75

fin, Mrs. J. W. White, Mra. L. C.
S TERNBERG'S I I Ray, Miss Kate Struth Mr. W. H. ASPARAGUS 15c Peanut Seed Fla. Runners, Bu. $1.00 BUTTER 240z 23c :

1 Smith, Mrs L. A. Davis, and Mrs.E. .
I K. Ferryman.



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!if how work start the miles of highway improv
FLORIDA TRUCK CROPS 1 soon can on i 11II:
I) : Florida tuberculosis sanatorium thirty bridges constructed "

;.1 GAINESVILLE-With improved LIVE STATE NEWSNews approved this week by Comptroller the year of 1935: the stat ''ot.11nj

FARMERS SECTION demand for vegetable crops in General McCarl, Is being discussed department will tentatively: ,"l t ''u

prospect for 1933, it Is probable by the Florida TuberculosisBoard. 1938 budget at a meeting rt
that producers of commercial truck of Florida. in Short Paragraphs Location of the institution held here January 27. Indic Itlol11

Conducted by Demonstration Agents crops for fresh market shipment will depend on three main factors, are, It was said, that the lepan

'f will be able to market a slightly according to Mr. W. T. Edwards, ment under direction of Chltltll11, :

\ larger volume in 1936 than in .. Jacksonville, chairman.: These include C. B. Treadway will hav,. 700.,
: Ii 11III" -
"' -" .:I" 1935! and at about the same levelof cooperation of the countiesby miles of hard-surfaced and grade

prices. This Is pointed out in I BLANKETS SMOTHER BABY SM-ACRE TRACT SOLD their participation in the ren- road under its supervision in Ul..
the the report on the Florida agricultural TARPON SPRINGS Three OCALA-The largest real estate tal or lease of beds, the technical end of 1936. Tentative pro.peci,
Hints To Housewives RURAL outlook for 1936 Just issued I I month old Geraldine Lecouris was deal since the beginning of workon advice of tuberculosis speclalsts to be definitely outlined late ctl

COMMON SENSEBy l by the State Agricultural Extension found dead In her crib Sunday, the Florida ship canal was and approval of the PWA in for construction of sixty-fivi ,mil*
of road and retreatmeut
Weekly from Home Demonstration Service. smothered by the blankets tucked completed here yesterday by the Washington at< 'Uth\.
Gpeclallntw Tallahassee SPUDS JOHNSON Increases are expected In United about her.STEALING. Canal Realty Co., a new corpora- during the.year.
ill States acreages of asparagus, tion which purchased 354 acres TAG SALES INCREASE --
Convicts In ,,
JELLIES FARMERS CAN CONTINUE snap beans, beets, cabbage, carrots A LARCENY southwest of Ocala for a reported TALLAHASSEE: substantial in number from England a'.u J".a((.
CITRUS cucumbers, lettuce, of ( 50,000 to ;.00-(
celery, price
GOOD PRACTICE Increase In motor vehicle
plentifulthe RECENT TALLAHASSEE-The theft of tag pur- during the of
While citrus fruits are reign Queen V' t
tomatoes, t..fII.
onions ,
housewife should be busy pre- AND OBTAIN BENEFITS peppers citrus fruits, a misdemeanor heretofore chases for the calendar year of .
and watermelons all of which Is now larceny in Florida. STILL HERE 1935 exceeded the total for 1931 by A red blood corpuscli i lit. ?
,healthgiving After the Agricultural Adjust- sold( at fairly high prices in 1935. Where the value of the fruit is $50 JACKSONVILLE-A determined approximately $500,000, motor ve- average life of from thirty i ifY.

la one of the many delicious home ment Act, what? A somewhat reduced supply of or more, five years in the peniten- effort to put Florida in the Re- hicle commission auditors reported. enty days.

;pIA products Into which citrus fruits As this is written farm lead- staple foods such as meats, eggs tiary or $1,000 fine is provided. publican column was seen in the The commission receipts In --

Patel" can be made. ers and Secretary of Agriculture and wheat, Indicates good demand definite shaping of a movementfor 1935 were $4,864,318.77, of which 354,847: tags sold: 1935. ,7, ,/W, !
Kumquat Jelly Wallace are conferring about a for early fresh vegetables. On the MAKE GRUESOME FIND a state-wide G. O. P. primary $4,690,296.27 was from tag saJea. tags. Revenue from sale ,oj i tag!

The jelly is made by adding 1 program to be followed since the other hand, large supplies of late LEESBURG-A on the election, rare since reconstructiondays. In 1934, receipts were $$4,398,781 with exception of expense t Ibt

d'i pound of sugar and 2 pints of'wa- United .States Supreme Court declared cabbage, onions, potatoes and PWA Venetian Garden dredge project in Two congressional district with tag sales representing 54- motor vehicle commission ., es j
ter to each pound or Kumquais. the AAA unconsutuuonal.Just sweet potatoes are available and Lake Harris Workers executive committees-at Orlando 244,450.82. The year 1934 saw the state's common schools
Clean thoroughly, and sprinkle what program, If any, for the expected to offer considerable clogged. and Winter Haven-voted to ask
cleaned It out and found ball
with soda, using 1 tablespoon of government to attempt to follow competition to early spring vegetables a the state committee to exercise Its II
I Heavy supplies of canned and socket joint, partly petrified, authority for calling a primary.
soda to each pound of kumquats. in aiding agriculture is not yet FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
than man's
larger a ..
hand also.
Cover with boiling water and allow determined. goods are on -
for fresh HIGHWAY ROBBERY Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Rrndp,
to stand for 10 minutes. However, the AAA need not be Prices of vegetables SALES SHOW INCREASE
Pour the water off and rinse entirely lost. It has shown farm market shipment advanced about I TAMPA-Citrus shipments and I ST. AUGUSTINE-Three masked EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE

through three changes of water. ers throughout the nation that ten per cent In 1935, and were the sales increased on the eastern i men held up a truck belongingto MODERATE PRICES
the highest received since 1930. Jones Product Company of Au- Starke, Florida
Cut the fruit long way place they can improve their condition, markets In the week ending Satur-
it in a kettle, with two pints of Increase prices for their products, The past season was profitableto day, the Florida Citrus Exchange gusta, Ca., some two miles Southof DeWITT C. JONES
water for each and boil for here on State Highway No. 4,
pound and obtain something approximatIng Cuban and Mexican growers, reported In its weekly summary.
30 minutes, pour Into a cheese- "parity" with Industry. If this and it is expected that their plant- Orange sales totaled 563 cars, a knocked Louie Peoples, an occu- .
cloth bag and press until no more fact Is remembered and farmersdo Ings will be larger. The reciprocal gain of 207( over the previous week. pant of the truck, unconsciouswith -
juice can be obtained. Strain this not rush helter skelter into trade agreement with Cuba allows M a baseball bat, and made

juice in a flannel jelly bag pour production of uncontrolled commo- tariff reductions on certain Cuban RI\ERS RESPONSIBLE away with $490 In cash, taken For Expert
into a kettle and bring to a boll. dities, they can maintain their vegetables during the winter ORLANDO-Drivers of automo- from Peoples. The truck was beIng RepairingSmith's

Then add the pound of sugar for position. months, and has been a distinct biles were held responsible for driven southward by LeRoy
each pound of fruit. Stir until the Barcea, and Peoples was asleep at
However, the benefits of the advantage to the Cuban vegetable 24,000 of the 38,000 automobile
is dissolved, and boil until I the time of the holdup.
sugar obtained during the past industry.
program deaths during 1935, it was said
the jellying point is reached! thatIs two years can be quickly nullifiedby I Higher prices received for South here, by Walter L. Haj, presidentof Garage I
when the flakes or sheets BOOM TOWN SOLD
syrup rash and reckless expansion of
Florida spring crop tomatoes In the American Fire and Casualty -
from a as it cools Pour Immediately I KISSIMMEE-One of Florida's
spoon In the basic commodities. -
production I 1035! Is expected to result In In- company, in a plea for greater I
into sterilized glassesand towns-the deserted relic ofa
Already, predictions are be- ghost
creased acreage for that area. safety In driving. Phone 120
soa. ing issued In which the opinion Is Other areas in Florida and Texas real estate development on which
Take the mashed Kumquats remaining expressed that the 1936 cotton received lower prices. TRUNKS RULED INDECENT much more than a million dollars

in the bag, add a pint of crop will be 15,000,000! bales. In- Increased plantings of cabbage MIAMI BEACH-Topless bathIng was spent in the "boom" days of Wrecker Service Day or Night

water for each original pound, dustrialists do not believe that have been stimulated by higher suits for 'men, ruled Police the latter 1920's-Is to live again. I

and boll for 15! miutea. Repeatthe farmers can stick together volun- prices last season. It la likely Chief H. V. Yocum, are permlsssl- Interocean City, six miles southof .

above method, except adding tarily, and they have ample evi- that both early and second early ble at this resort's beaches, but here on State Highway No. 2,
half the amount of sugar, and another dence from past experience to jus I cabbage states wll have larger constitute "Indecent exposure" was sold by John W. Wile Thorn-1,
be ton, Inc., philanthropist, to the
extraction of jelly can tify their belief. I than the market will takeat I when worn on the streets. He
made. Having set our hand to the crop warned arrests will be made for West Virginia Training School, an
profitable prices.
Sour back. Let I institution sponsored by the House
Orange Jelly plow, let us not turn us violations.
This jelly la made from 1 pound continue to endeavor to procure Copies of the outlook report, of Faith, a religious cult with most

of peeled sour oranges, 1 poundof best use for our lands, to grow on- covering truck crops and all oth- EXPECT BIG CROWD of Its following in West Virginia

sugar, and 2 pints of water. ly our best lands to money crops, er farm products, are availablefree OCALA-Reports received here : and Ohio.
Remove the yellow part of the peel to utilize the poorer lands for for- at offices of county agents from posts throughout the state .
from the Extension Service in SUSPENSION OF AAA J
from the oranges, leaving the ests and grasses. These things or point to an attendance 300 or
GAINESVILLE One hundredand
white, since it contains pectin. which the Agricultural Adjust- Gainesville, It is announced. -
more at the mid-winter confer- af- S s a
Weigh, and cut Into small pieces. ment Administration strived to ob- -- ence of the American Legion De- persona
Add 2 of water for each FROST REPORT GIVEN fected by an order suspendingAAA
pints tain >ijar American farmers are
partment of Florida and the departmental .
t and boll until the fruit DAILY BY 1t.DIONO activities in Florida. Dr. .pI'
pound, good farming,:: practices, and farm- organization of the
Wllmon Newell, director of the
thoroughly disintegrates-about ers will profit by following them, American
Legion Auxiliary on
' minutes. Pour Into a cheesecloth<< whether or not any program of 18.19.CIIAPPELL. state agricultural extension serv- S /
I ( bag and press, then re-strain the government aid to agriculture Is GAINESVILLE: A complete January ice, directed county control associations -
juice in a flannel bag without continued. system of dissemination of Inform- ANNOUNCES to halt their work and In- )w
To this juice add 1 ation on the weather has been cur no further expense. His office ?
pressing. There may be no benefit pay y
MIAMI-Dan of Mia-
Chappel, and
of for each of worked out and la now being op- said thirty employes here
pound sugar pound : ments from the government in fu-
mi, three times member of the
fruit taken, and boil to the jellying ture, but farmers can still receive trated by the Federal-State Horticultural ninety-nine in the counties were
house of representatives, leader of i
affected by the order
point. Protection Service for suspension
benefits from following the
Grapefruit Jelly desirable practices. the benefit of Florida fruit and the minority group in its fight I Issued by Dr. Newell upon receiv- ? :a
against the Sboltz administration
Grapefruit jelly Is made the truck growers, a report from Dr. ing instructions from Washing
during the last session of the legislature ton.
E. S. Ellison, meteorologist In
Lake City vies with Jacksonville
this week
formally an-
as a point of contact for tourists I charge of the work with headquarters nounced his candidacy for Governor. ti ,

: entering the state in Lakeland, polnta out. .
j.1; The daily frost bulletin, whichis Medicatedwith i i''
Papl.lor....aurwbww.w as sour orange, except that Issued by the Service, is sent by EX-CHEF HELD ingredients of
3-4 pound of Is used with
7F.u.ww .101,10 I. Minn sugar
.:3 wire to the Associated Press and
QUINCY-Sheriff W. M. In-
=, : each pound of fruit. Vicks VapoRub
member newspapers for publica- man of Jackson County is holding i

i -PRICELESS for thoM miftarliKt INFORMATION from tion. Five radio stations of the pending proof of ownership, $4,405 VICKS Co UGH DROP .
eauaD V!STOMACJI OR DVOItNAL Getting Up Nights state also receive the bulletin by taken: from a negro identified as : I.
wire for broadcasting.
AIIIPOOlI: DIGBSIION Irvin Bright, formerly chef at thefovernor'a
ACID UYSPKFSIA. It M totter from OUte Up HIcht* '
the mansion at Tallahassee.
Radio stations broadcasting <.cnecksColds
HOUR eTOMACHy OASS1fla Jf- 1.s I'u.u a Joint* .
HKAHrilUHN.OON8TIPATIUN. -. DtWs..S ;}-4" Lar.t P.j>, B...... bulletins daily and the time of Bright was Injured In an automo- 4t,
SAD R SLEEPfr I.... Bmutlnib I
LassNaseo .ADArll& bUS fUnOtftL __ wmtrtnewi 'broadcasts are: WRUF, 12 noon bile accident near hero shortly be-

rY1 AaII aZCr89 tar. .ACID coi>r of Irak* '. Cjntu try th.(8lM-tn Doeur'*>.\narBl act brio.d*new prMripUoa viUUty and 12:30: p. m. regularly, and every fore Christmas. At Tallahasee, the 6 6 6 Feverfirst and / I 1 1i
MITCHELL'S DRUO STORE In 4* lour Sod _Omtr oampl.t lr I hour thereafter until 6 p. in. governor's office said the negro
wusrrnN = a&Oad=la2 In event of frost danger; WDBO, had been employed as a chef by day

Orlando, 12:15: p. m. and 5:30: p. Governor Sholtz for about two Mario TABI.FITS NOSB Headaches .
m: WDAE. Tampa, 12:30 p. m. months prior to the accident. SAL.VR unops- In SO minutes'
and 4 p. m.; 'WFLA and WSUN, -

AMBULANCE line of Caskets &: Undertakers SERVICE Supplies noon Clearwater and 1 and p. m.St. Petersburg, 12 i l i111mlllj1!] I lllimlrnlillllll I I .III lrn YG llimmmll1imm' ll i l mlim a r''m. .1m I V Jillillmlmm.ffi.I i I ])II_I _i 11i pI !IgII II i I GullI! GI IIiIII I IV III CI gI ( III 01 "ul l l l ii l l I_i IV'' i ,i iII

I methods of
In addition to these .
53 PHONE 53 ,, .
dissemination, the bulletin Is :
G. II. BENNETT, Mgr. transmitted over the wires of the

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Announcement I Atlantic Line Coast railways Line and and Is posted SeaboardAir in :. } A MONTH :j

all regular stations of these two

lines In Central and Southern !
Florida. "1 1I

The Federal-State Horticultural

Protection Service Is maintained I

jointly Experiment by the Florida Station Agricultural and the- I, \ OllJ buys I

United State Weather Bureau.
iii tr

Our schedule changes Sunday,
1iI January 5 and trains will run as
We have the most modern Cold Storage follows:: I
Sounthbound I
No 1 Due Starke ''11:31 P. M. ([)
and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida-
ira No. IS--Due Starke 4:28: P M. l
iAfter,utual low down FO'
payment Vl'Li
No. 107-T>u Starke 9:11: A. M.
' s with a modern smoke house i in connection. No. 101-Due NorthboundNo. Starke 10:25: P. M.

2-.Due Starke !SOS: A. M. o ( f
No. 16-Due Starke 12:10 P. M. % \ ANY MODEL PAH8ENCER CAR OR UC1II COUMfctUIAI L;:;\ t.J
NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe No. 108-Due Starke !5:15: P. M. 6

Starke and Wanne Branch D'E1E''Q' Col..' .lI1IImrnIl1I1I1ID11lmlilliWmmllli I I II l ill ruJlllllmmlllllUillII! l 111 !IIlilllmmll'! mmI II CI: r.lrumm. f!i5,. irw 1.._ I .

No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.

No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50:! P.M.T. 'EI\SA.L .
Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats J. GRIFFIN. _\_) "'_ By arrangement with Universal Credit Comrar-- ,

Ford dealers now make it easier than ever for 3'tin. >

AIM Tort GOOD f Three own a new, 1936 Ford V-3 cir-.nny model. Se\m I Ioffer
ti ST. PET.: URG-A mischie- .J. IJt< w i>lans are open to y'r tt eI6 plans bring; ou

vous small boy, armed with a rub- Dealer' -- new low-cost financing-new completeness of intui-
ber band and a bit of tinfoil, stopped t For .dcant ge 1'eeOl ance protection.
the show at a theatre here / \11'0
1 ICE & when with unerring aim, he punctured ". \h\1 ra1"e dowo4',,,,", \0 And even more Important-any of bringa

the six-foot silver transparent et'bS' IOOO\\1jw t lot 1'1 you the greatest Ford ear ever built. It others 80 many
I balloon with' which the featured ,. toQ'lelAw' as ];' t6"/0/ yp4aJba1- line.car features that It 19 being called .the mod
p. star was performing her bubble sate Aa1 under-priced in
Fin d 00A car America.
a COLD STORAGE CO. dance. With the house darkenedand / .a wo
the colored spotlight centeredon 2. eWk.W 0 a ) of0 ec- tp'15I'-'t Arrange for a demonstration today. Learn for yourself

the glistening sphere which 'It t plus\ ur. t ance- ,. how many reasons there are for wanting a new

.1. U GEORGE. MGR. shielded the unclothed figure of r .,.ce triP e\e 1n' \, ,:'0 de.J.\iC...1a"'ga a bolO". Ford V8. Then get down to term*-and learn how

Phone 1067 the dancer, there occurred suddenly 3.brow' lh ...!w, .,eiCn .ar\b\.aa easily ,ou can own one through these Authorized
1201 N. Grove St. tor-
a loud, unscheduled bang ",,,,tiooa' win. J. Ford Finance Plans.
which instantly turned the shield L'o.la elyb a0'
} Gainesville, Florida Into a shapeless mass. Poised to
r, r I execute an intricate dance step, the i: ,,, flood.t1at. YOUR FORD DEALERt'
I girl took time for one startled
Lj--- -- -- look, and fled to the wings


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KJI! DIRECTORY do you think" said grandiosely "that I am a happen for the best and maybe he probably bored me a little bit"

BAPTIST CHURCH r IT flL1VGI Stafford did not answer for a great fool for traveling in the big this Is the beet of all possible Bentley chewed on his cigar
3T .
C. B. Price, Pastor moment. Then he turned to Bentley world to hunt for fossils." worlds MaybeChristmas choosing his next words with extreme -
,?/, frankly. "Well what I think "Why Terry?" she asked with a f:ve In the Gage housein caution.
day School, 10 o'clock a. m.f. I depends mostly upon what you listless smile. Connecticut echoed to the raft

r Thomas, Supt. F; ,: m LIFSP think of living In Finland. AtBentll"Y's I "There are more fine specimensof ers with the voices! of some thirty- He"I figured something like that.
11 was a nice kid but he hallo.tgot
' Eorning Worship, a. inT.
questioning frown he fcsails in this Opera house tonight odd Gages path young and, old what Gene has"
P. U. 6:45: p. m.enlng SertalfmM.il/ / of he M.tr-O"Mwrii-Morir continued. "I might AS well tell It I: than in all of Egypt. They overran the house from top "
,1 Worship 7:30: p. m.b' &e Neror.lawdas"CLAUTIOPHOIA"by to you In so many words. If you I "It a no me! Terry", Kay said' I to bottom, supplementing; their "Nothing like It. she agreed In
S Teachers Meeting:, Wednes- CARTII OOODlOe-Noteltiorf 6, will remember I had an Idea about suddenly as they danced onto the usual hoi Ida/ chatter with comments a constricted voice.

s ; 6:45: : p. m. HEIIN WARt 1011 ITS raising four hundred thousand dollars floor. frank and covert about "Not half."

' Id-week Prayer. service, Wed- SYNOPSIS: Kay Bentley, on a 1 I How do you know when you're In for you." Bentley nodded. "There are all stages of decay Kay's engagement to Gene Piper.It "Less than that."
ay, 7:30: p. m.Methodist "The Idea was to Kay to mar "Sure. Well I I'll
yachting trip with her father 0. love" get and decomp what's no use?" was being Announced the follow. guess get
P. Bentley meet Terry O'NeIIan\ Bentley was thoughtful. "I ry Gene in that ntnety-day-perlod. Her' arms tightened about him ing day on with my dinner" He walked tt
Church We already had mother-in- the door, then turned back "You
Pastor.unde.y archaeologist on the Isle of Nn\os broke out in a rash the day I met your and she kept her head pressed As gracefully' as possible, Kay I
ev B. M. Montgomery law's consent Kay would have aro sure you're with
In Greece. There U a brief, ro- your mother. Still I don't imagine close to his chest. retired to nor room early, oppressed happy things) :
Scbool-10 a. m. the settlement and I had the ?"
gotten are he
11 mantle InterludeThen she returns that holds good for everybody" "What's no use?" he asked in- by the inane jabbering that beat way they now perslated. -
a. m.Cpworth.
Morning Worship- arranged with Gene about the f
7:15: to New York for Grandmother "Yes." Her eyes clouded. "All slsten lly. about her ears
League- p. m.
7:30 Gage, matriarch of the family he's got to his name Is that money. "Nothing. Everything. There A knock en the door however, She nodded vigorously. "Posi
[Evening Worship, p. m. "
fou are invited to all these serv- has decreed that she Is to marry .. statue Q. p stared straight ahead In Isn't anyhlng that's any use brought her to her feet. It was live ij
Gene Viper But Terry him. fallenIn "There's your grandmother of abject despair. Through a dazy Terry laughed airily "Now O. P. He took a deep breath. "Then I

.w1., love and he follows on the next course. She'd probably disinherityou. film he could see the dancing cou- there's a fin. pessimistic philoso- "I noticed' you didn't go in to guess we're all\ happy. I've got 1

Presbyterian' Church boat. In New York, he." talR<'OV- ." P. G. squeezed her arm. ples. There was no word utteredfor phy for a young woman who dinner," he said casually ns he something to be especially happy ,

v George H. Lowry, Minister ers Kay's deception. She had said "Well suppose you make up your a long time He stopped to peer down at her walked In. "Thought you mightnot about today too," Ho paused, "1 '

0:00: a. m.--Sabbath School. sho was. Ann Morrison, Bent ley's mind whether you love him Be- anxiously. "By the way, young be fcfllhlS so good" was four hundred thousand In the

1:00: A. ?M.-Morning Worship; secretary, hating heard. Terry cause if you do you ought to have A DEBT IS PAID woman, you do love me don't' "Me?" She fixed u metallic smile hole and didn't know where It was ,

sermon by the pastor. expressed opinion of the wealthy him. And as far as money is concerned you?" upon her ta co, "Nothing ever happens coming from. This afternoon I

l 0:00: p. m.--Young Peoples Vesper classes. However, she and Terry I can help some." Chapter Eight U was almost a whisper "Oh yes to me." managed to clear myself he

Service. meet again at the museum, whereho Kay hugged him "And you're a Darling." Bentley nodded 1 matter-of-factly. snapped his fingers. Just

:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. lecture Tonight, they are : mighty sweet guy too "I hear" it gets awful cold In "No doubt of that anywhere Is "All in all though, you're pretty like that"
to the Ball. Gene The House was crowdedto Finland, Bentley finally said. "I there"
going Opera Opera happy about tomorrow aren't Kay stared at him, her breath
l Rosewood Baptist Church conies In and says that he now hint the hilt with dowagers, dia- think maybe I'll go to Spain." She shook her head miserably I you?" suspended while a flood of color

Rev. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor Grandmother ,Guge'a consent to monds and debutantes. With the Stafford placed a hand on his "No doubt of It anywhere.' I "Of course I am" raced through her cheeks.Itelltley's .

Servlces every Sunday. Bible! their: marriage.THE entire lower floor boarded over for friend's shoulder urgently. "You Terry's smile was happy "Then !1 "This Is1t'/ you want isn't It ? !
( debt I l's
Study 10:15: : a m. Services at 3:30: dancing the place had a peculial'lyraffish know, don't you that you could ,I I how much more fitting that we I menu you once asked rne!! how to thorn IN no oM>ll.I.-l l paid hetttoen and KAY now
/clock In afternoon. OPERA BALL air of festivity about It. probably persuade Kay to marry
and Terry. But rim ate brattle
Kay: was about to enter her box, Piper her
riijciiiteniriit nt this bale dntef
[BETHEL., BAPTIST CHURCH Chapter Seven when Gene placed a detaininghand "I know," Bently smiled wanly"I tad "Ill 'terry' tale. her hack Heft
Rev. L. A, Donnley Pastor on her arm. think I'll go to. Spain he reiterated -
next net-It's, thrilling Instulliunnt.. )
ervlces every first Sunday. "Now that's mighty white of "Look here, Kay we're probablythe .

unday School, 2:30: p. m. both you and Granny," Kay said world's most frigid engaged A few minutes later Kay: was i The Bible mentions Christmas

Ible Study and Prayer Service caustically, "to actually let me in couple entering one of the small ante' trees in the 10th chapter of the }

pry Saturday night. on the wedding date." "Engaged couple" Her eyes rooms in response to a summons Book of Jeremiah, verses three
"Now Kay Gene began pa- were cold. "Have you got that in from Stafford. I and four.

First Christian Church tiently. writing?" "What's it all about" she ask. }
The door had opened and Grove "Well after all, grandmother -
Rev. \V. T. :McGuIre, Pastor your er anxiously i iI
(Bible School, 10 a, m. was admitting Betty and Terry. has practically set the "Kay," the doctor began earnestly -
"They're going to the Opera date. of
I Communion, 11 a. m. "Irrespective the fact that eI
[Christian Endeavor, 7 p, m. Ball with us," Kay said to Gene Kay sighed. "The trouble with you have never liked me I want

ayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: casually. "Hello Betty. Terry." you Gene, is that you're too ro you to believe that I'm extremelyfond

at. She performed the necesary Intro- mantic. Too impetuous. Here you of your father .

P.J Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. ductions. and Granny. "I do believe that," Kay replied w I Is

m|and 8p.in. Terry, resplendent In a suit of "We're ready to start the ball sharly. "I think It's your only
tails that seemed to have been Miss Bentley A young men had pleasant trait I

woven on him, stepped forward. stuck his head In the box "Will He bowed. "That's one more

:y,;, 15t. Marks Episcopal Church "Ahem," he said boastfully. He you and Mr. Piper come down than I though you credited me liny MuredlllUMld
Service on second, fourth and Gene with an affably please?" "
surveyed with. Then he went straight to F j Of her,
fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a, m. critical "Your lapels are too "In a moment""Right" ONLYReaLGI
eye. the crux of the matter "Your father 'a't
"*pRtItany and choir practice at and the not He '. J her hrealh \
, long pants are supposed disappeared Is in very serious financial

7:30: o'clock on Friday nights pre- tr n> break____n over the____ _tnflren.n___.." "So__ that'H_...._ _how_ _von-n _feel___ about_ __ n_ trouble. Unfortunately, this has / 'sunprvulyd. N
cceding services. GEER
nothing to do with Gage and Bent-
.ml e,); rJr rlb
'dtDA'i' ,7 raPi .t
ley. He has been speculating privately
follow the of LlebnIU tell whether In
and has lost a tremendous philosophy you were love or
who said that this was the best not and I told< you I broke out in
amount of money. You understandthat
of all possible worlds and that ev rash He poked a finger at her ,
feOB he can't borrow it openly
JONES ''a erything happens for the best chin. "Your complexion looks) f 1
1 y r L' you also must realize what the
l .1 e. r d 1I attitude of your grandmotherwould "Everything happens for the okay to me" \j /

"Comments. On Here be" best," Kay: repeated mechanically. She shook her head smilingly.

And Hereafter She was listening attentively. "In this best of all po ible "It doesn't work that/ way with

"Isn't there anything we can do worlds. We must go dancing often me. I Just feel numb all\ oVer." FOR

=!I.We about it?" ." "I've heard of that" too" He I OWN-UK

read quite a good deal about The Doctor spread his hands "Yes." paced the room for a moment III & KIDDIES

the Oxford pledge which college hopelessly "I could think of only "Cold ? "Tell me, whatever made you give TOO/
and, university students are take I one way out. I thought that if I '"No, why?" that Irishman the air?"

Ing,'in many sections of the Unit could encourage and hasten your He looked at her solicitously "What? <>ho gasped, startled ,
:" e4L States. This pledge binds lE contemplated marriage to Gene "You're trembling a llttlte." "The Irishman! O'Toole"

|;young; people not to cooperate withpr # i "7 Piper, we could appropriate enough "Oh. I. I do feel a little "You mean Terence O'Neill'?"" i

government In any kind of 't enough of the money to save him." chilly." His arms drew her closer Ho nodded "Oh I don't know" .fr

,W.daaot..fStgmding AqI, 4 He smiled drily. 'Gene, without "Terry what was that She gestured with a tremblinghand.

?,/ \ spiritual, soul winning # knowing why was happy to make philosopher's! name?" "He Was Just another Irishman I

(atian leaders supporting thlrptfbvement. t II II I I any financial arrangement "Llebnitz. I guess He had his life and

The modernists areIhiadlng" I II "We can still do it," Kay took She nodded wearily, "Maybe he's I've got mina> I couldn't see anyway I
It up. Duties never conI'flict. 1 They were out I him up quickly. "I'll go to Grandma. right Maybe everything docs of combining the two. Besides 1 1a

: A man has a duty to hiIjpome starting I I'll tell her about Terry." F
for the
Operril >
and to his country and to Ball. I Stafford cleared his throat. "Ter

xl8 God. There can be no conflict, ence O'Neill Frankly Kay, what -
MY Christian duty to my country; I do you think your grandmother _______ ,
s to do all in my power to steep] "' will say? '
"How would you know? Gene Gene asked hoarsely. ,
::toy country out of war. To the< lit The Impact of his words hit her I
asked sourly "Roughly yes. She was speaking j ,
Mlmit of personal influence I between the Full realizationof
my eyes.
"Your tailor told me He also in a low rapid voice as if 'I
sitn to witness for Jesus Christ her her skin a
said It was a pleasure to make there was much to be said and lit /
4nd do all in to influence waxen and her mouth a
4 my power tinge
pants for a man who didn-t have tle time In which to say It "You
by nation to do what I think Jeius scarlet stain across her face
>1 'J
any hips. He turned to Kay sol- know it's been a growing source '
would have it do. However, "What did father think of
1 emnly. "Did you know I was of wonder to me this assump- MAGAZINE VAIUES LIKE
my country goes to war, I haven without hips" tion of yours that whenever we the idea," she asked, through stlf _
to country. :I fened
obligation lips.
,as a part of my country.my God expects "How do you do it?" Kay ask- happen to be around the City Hall" "He knew nothing of it until a OFFER Net:3Progreiilve I OFFER No. 4
ed wide-eyed. "Diet ?" you can drop in and marry me. All FIVS ALL /OUt
me to do my duty to my few minutes ago."' yea FOB ONLY Southern Agrlaullurlil. 1 year
Gene Jammed his hands Into his Good Btorio. I year roa ONLY
country. I have no right to accept "Polo," Terry replied promptly. "And now what floes he think?" Country! Ho...1 year Country H.,...1 year ,
"And It's
the blessings and benefits of: "Hardly a day passes that I don't pockets. I suppose that Stafford stared past her "Whatdo The Farm 1.ur.sI. I year .**** Tke Fan f.uraal. 1 year 4 .80
holes of yardstick with no hips and baggy AND THIS NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAPER ))5 JL -
y government and ref'lseto cooperate play my eighteen polo. ," he said you think he thinks For One Year "
pants sullenly Ter Oa.Y.sr
with my government in Kay and Betty laughed. Gene She held her head high, her
'time of war. looked glum. Kay's smile was sweet. "If you body rigid. "I guess Grandma won't

"See" Betty said. "You don't mean that good-looking man with have to worry about having an

The writer Is unqualifiedly op- have to make sense- If you haven't the non-breaking trousers and the O'Neill In the family ," 1 35\ /Country So'"a | | MC CAls|; j

dosed to this nation becoming embroiled got any hips." correct lapels you may be right Terry, feeling a bit cocky about Ptc1Og

| in any foreign v.ars. He Terry picked up a fold! of Bet. He was in a gale of fury. "Well, his exploits of the evening, failedto THIS NEWSPAPER Tf.NQStoty aw I HIES
Its glad that he has lived long ty's gown. "I picked out Betty's suppose you take those correct notice Kay's changed mood as .; IJOumtALSelect FARM

{enough to see vindicated the position dress," he said with boyish glee lapels" and open theball with she Joined him again on the dance for 1 and ,t

of William Jennings Bryan, "The way I see it you're the. best them. floor."I year

[who as secretary of state did all in dressed of anyone here Her mouth rounded Into sur- have Just been thinking," her

I his power to keep us out of the terrible "Thank you," Kay bowed prctlly. prised pleasure. "Gene, you've had 3 Big Magazines

[ world war. However, when : and Betty's next and your Idea for the week" THIS NEWSPAPER

| this nation went to war Mr. Bryan, I'm next and he's last. : She and Terry stood on one side 1 I

[ the great Christian statesman, "Well, when we get to the Opera of the dance floor waiting for the for one full yean

[wired the president of the United House" Gene retorted acidly, : signal from the master of cere

t States, offering his services to "you can always make believe you monies. 9 1 And 4 Big Magazines

his and the don't know me." !
I country telling presi- Terry pas palpably nervous as he
dent that he was willing, if necessary "Hello there Toole." It was I adjusted and readjusted his tie 1 Magain from Group A: 3 Magaalnes from Croup B 4laH

[ to serve as a soldier! In the Bentley, genial and smiling, stand- "Here we go," Kay said, a bit ;
1 trenches. Bryan Is a good example Ing in the doorway with Doctor shaky around the knees herself

I for the young people in this na- Stafford. "Are we all going to- They started off awkwardly. 3
Any MagazinesFrom
tion. He was true to the Bible, gether" he asked Kay Terry had the look'of a condemnedman

[true to his conviction true to his "Yes. I don't think Terry and on his face. This List B.I..tOs.a' 1.ciY ..
[government, and true to his God. Betty have met the doctor" a rr 0 MaVa' +4q
Kay smiled at him enclmnt- OTru. Starr I rear tle' ....* G"dtn" 4"'M '..1'
[Paul never made any attack on "We met at the museum," the up B..... Ho.. oS a........ -.1 I par a i idld n ""... 0 0 : *'" Q 'Y JOUrII.1
ingly. "Wish, Terence O'Neill, butye're .. IIit" ,p. eirLtpoulom, ,
I the Roman government. He claimed doctor interrupted. There was a Chrl.eau H.rald.: _I m .. 8 Grow" 0 ::
"OWl' .
a folne broth of a dancln'man F1ow.ff Oro.< 1 .D'. .. 2,r Q rMhnnJgmi"r 1 0 .
the benefits of his Roman citi- slight malicious smile on his face I Hou.hoM Mneada..I rear 0 A/uahol/Mlsmine" ''') II'Junior fJ Smll J-
an' o' hoot liar
a "
zenship. Jesus Christ sent a man "In fact we're nearly old friends. coople Junior HOB (/lor Molh.fi)_ ,... 0 """" fJ Good 11"NMi NyMr lh
.. 'In/
/ i 11"; 1
mons McCalr. Ma,ado.. _I ,.... 0[ MceMr-" : : Q Home .
( down to the seashore to catch a We Just missed at Naxos, dldn.twe" GN, 0 0 I
Mavlo Claoia ______ I Merle 'II W
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Rev D .
Y' n .Cla: :2 tH'SS1' a Nrll. .
[fish to get a piece of money out of "Be still, woman. Terry said j my says: Noodlo.,. II I ,..r n 00' C"* Iartal 0 6'"> Rlmd/ . Ib
the "I sternly, very Irish, "would ye be- I have found nothing in the Op. Boad (asp) -2 T.ara .nl.' MUI' 0 II..hold NNuin" I wPnr
1 mouth of the fish to pay taxes. never saw you ashore Doctor .ua', Maaamiao _I .0.. *rf B "''IIt.t'd 1"
I Rome was a military nation. Jesus ," Terry said, puzzled. devil me In this, m. moment of past 20 yean that can take the Pathttadw (w..klT) -I y- 1". Muth"/NoplLlftl' lyr
great ordeal" place of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pictorial Review __ 1. Q ..,.... 1 .
"What A ,
Is Bentley Aa
I supported Rome when He paid nonsense this : .... '
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Piogroulve I r ...a yin 0 tsaot : S ,../" .
{ taxes. There isn't one thing In suddenly asked. "We only "You're doin' okay, Babe," Kay Pill. They are" sure f'eliello1' Ro.o.UtI. Slorio. I yr Un."100"I.n.*' ** ijrTrut a 'rou.../"Trtfc. J"J"'
[ Christianity that Justifies any spent one day In Naxos." retorted laconically. my headache. I Scro Saulh.ra Book A. rleulluii _I y.or a 'IutmiISewK i 1,r OS1uthrmAll ,,,,.
I man's refusal to stand by his "Two" Stafford replied firmly. She was being quite truthful for Sufferers from Headache, True CoB//.Mion." _I T T.ar.a. a A''"" f*"" 1"2 IS a au.....,., ,,,',,',.':" ,. iy

[country. Paul got In trouble for "The Captain became confused Terry had now hit his dancing Neuralgia Toothache, Backache, wo....'. World I par a 0 Tarp" JaunI 3-Y B[ Cl w.en.,."...,Hatli .. .. J

[ preaching the gospel of the grace and returned to Naxos the day after stride. They whirled and dipped Sciatica, Rheumatism, Lumbago /.Nn'TI-Ch Trw Start If on.you o/..tht..h.'folfowln Only' .n Iniuiiel iubmultort n IBSSMfflSAi- : *Y" t' '1'1 Rw/M; 0 lr ri

I of God He thus obeyed God rather we left it" about the -floor----._ achieving a- lii---aii-_1 Neuritis, Muscular Pains, Peri .IlowL.Med. ". 0 NeN J.r
(than man. The gospel haa nothIng Kay laughed nervously. "Well smoothness In their combined odIc Pains, write that they have .,. Mechaalft 01 InTl year

to do with human government. I I suppose even a Captain can 1---- used Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PUb Delia American.....Oat I I ,yin.... fpaisttfyftGENTlCMENi ; 1 /

[The gospel is the good news that : have his little Joke." his box. Bentley turned with better results than they had .udae Physical- Culture _I TiUt

I Jesus Christ died on the cross to Bentley Joined in her laughter proudly to Stafford. "I never even hoped for.

I save sinners. It is my duty to without quite knowing why Then saw a handsomer looking couple In Countless American house- : I Enclose S ...... Plies. S.nd M. m

[give this good news to the world. abruptly, he sobered, hU questionIng my life. They've got everythingon wives would no more thinkof n Ott" No. 1 ,O Otf.r No. 2 J[ Otf.r N.. :3 Q OUer No. 4

!There is nothing In giving this gaze going from Terry to Kay. that dance floor licked." keeping house without Dr. I .m 'ch cklo Ik* ....?.iJa.. d..lred i with a ,.."* subierip. 0

(message which conflicts with my At the door of the house, he "Their dancing, I should say Miles Anti-Pain Pills than with. Uoa to four P.P.'. ..

{duty to my government In any touched Kay's elbow "Anythingyou could stand a little practice," the out flour or sugar. Keep a pack e .

{particular. My government has want to tell me about what doctor observed. age in your medicine cabinet and :N.m. ", M
fno right to Interfere with my givIng happened in Naxos?" "They'll get plenty of practice," save yourself needles suffering.At

|, this message. Every Christian Quite simply she related the Bentley said significantly. "Can Drug Store=25c and $1.00 Sb..t or B.T.ftt .

should remember that he Is to render whole of the little episode. you keep a secret?" ... I .

to Caesar the things that are "Do you love him?" Bentley ask- "I think I know It." a ...- .OR. /N a Loa .' -Ih 1 Town sad SlAte_.,,,. ..
Caesar's and to "About. how she might ? -- .
[ Cod the things marry PII.I.S
that are God's. ed.She sighed. "I wish I knew. him" The doctor nodded. "What J'NP4IN i n N .a Btl 01 ,fi .m .19----..M-B..it alt

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished third HANGING The annual fate of IN Strawberry Bradford TilE BALANCE County's Festivalis I r Florida As "On Year The Ends Step"i i fioaiPAiAsr "' 1 LIS.H'Ui ,IftNN Hi ft

1877 hanging In the balance. -

While not washing its bands en- By WALTER P. FULLF.R

MEMI3BI2FLOIII1APRESS tirely of the celebration, the Am- ON THE STEP When a mod- ,

\ erican Legion, who sponsored the ern speed bout has gathered sufficient ','
'V Festival for the past two years, momentum stick its nose ..'
r 1935 dt' decided this week to take the mat- In the air and skid down the r

J "JOtrlnvrd 7COUL z _' ter up with the Business! Men's I course with Its hull half out of the t

- -- --. -- Club and the City Council before water it is "On the Step" So a

1 ; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I miking any further plans for the Florida as the' year ends. Not to i
I| event In April. mean that all is well or that the
Matter at the rot Office at Starke, Florida and the all
If the business men city motor Is hitting on cylinderswith
- -- the Legionnaires that the craftIs
officials want the Festival full power, or

i E. L. Matthews._____ __________-________Editor and Owner will sponsor it, they nearly at maximum speed

.- say. And we believe that they A preliminary analysis of bank ) or F

SUKSCItHTION RATE do want the Festival, or If they deposits, retail sales, tourist traffic -
don't, they should. building, realty sales, soil re- -fl-it GR 6 AT TiINDIAN DA'" ir4 '-''-

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months l, 75c: -Payable in Advance Complaint was heard last year, turns, utility consumption, Indi- -r ;

Advertising Hates on Application and with some Justification that cates the year level about fifteen GUMPS I ,

-. ------ -,- --- --- .- the carnival brought here In connection per cent ahead of 1934 and the
I with the Festival took a 1935 year-end speed about fifty

Have you seen one of the new dollar bills yet? lot of money out of the county. per cent ahead of the previous 'y(

o That might be true, but it Is also year-end. Detailed figures will be

true that you can't bring moneyin sent subscribers in our annual an- O 7 4 u/
The crooked, like the poor, are always with us without putting a little out. i lysis shortly after the year turn. ; @ @

---0 We won't argue with anyone who After lagging all fall slightly

should be more to a I behind 1031 tourist traffic the last
I In there
Time is like money : The less we have the faster it goes [ WHO STARTED A11WMJ.
Strawberry Festival than a merecarnival. ;half of December crowded or exceeded -
_, .
I It would oe easy euoughto ALL previous records. Citrus ." OVER .

Who'll be the first KrnJford County candidate to an- get a carnival In town at any returned to satisfactory fig- S106EN i

time, If the people wanted It. But ures after a bad dip and now pro- BANANA

nounce? we don't want merely a carnival. mise to reach the $10,000,000 value \

o First place should be given to set by Federal estimates Tax collections -

Wonder if any candidate will come out on an anti-Town- features of a local nature: exhibits, continue to break records. .y 5eteeaewMawrt
the selection of a queen, athletic Building permits continue strong

send Plan platform ? contests, and olher events. Even i although realty sales temporarily

o booths of chance could be under slacken under normal holiday lull -rH v

the auspices of local organizations, and unseasonable weather conditions -
When it comes "cracking1 down" General @
and thus keep at home the money Bond prices continue their l@ .

wasn't in it with the Supreme Court. I that: will Inevitably be spent on Beady climb. Unemployment figures \ y

---o I wheels and at "bingo." touch nearly a normal low.

Of course, if merchants do not Factors of state prosperity now .
An exchange says: that! most wives are in favor of limiting want emphasis placed on the carni- run materially ahead of national

debate, and cutting it to a monologue. val side of the Festival, they must ones.

; o be more ready to cooperate with GOOD END-Year ends with f L..erl
In the matter of ar- l2 i4Jti.''t't +
have better lock the sponsors comparative figures on business R t rr Nj
If you still don't your tag, you'd your : ranging exhibits and with the Festival universally substantially better .tf r t flseljjl -

car up before you get locked up yourself. I plans In general.But than 1934 and recent years backto r.R,, .A 1 1 l e1)>r)l jr t.l, { trtu,; t l i 11ARGb

o In any w/ent the Festival 1930.( Building figures are par- Y
should not be allowed to die out

We can't see that the first few weeks of Leap Year has after two brief years of existence. ticularly course Impressive.continues to Miami be a national Beachof SCAf, S, FINS

made any difference in the marriage rate. I It's always bad advertising to start sensation but other figures AND YAU, MAKE TNIsIORIDAt $

o something you can't finish, and to warm the heart of Florida Business ..' _", .' SAME flSj.f
call off the dogs at this time -
: '
A cynic has remarked that a jury consists of twelve men would be another blow to the -- I .. '.
Jacksonville a fair example --- '
r chosen to decide who has the better lawyer. strawberry industry in Bradford Building proves totals $3,373,645 as Florida war once actuaUy started over come cised supreme control over his subjects for must|I' .

o County. against a 1934 of forty-eight percent stolen bananas! Unable to obtain reparation for years. About forty warriors and their famiiit.'.

The candidate with the loudest sound wagon will ofcourse LOOK BEFORE-0---1OU WRITE Other smaller places shame the ravaging of his banana garden In the Big were left in Florida, from which the present !Selll>

her on a per capita basis. Bank Cypress by government surveyors in 1855, BILLY notes descended ..
t have a slight edge on his nearest rival. "Yes Sir! I am dollar willing to try of clearing figures for the state's BOWLEGS one of Florida's famous Seminole %a"'= '.... ... :y;: '.;:.<;;.' _

--w)- the_regular,_-one at a special package 25% advertising Financial capital are fairly good; chiefs, and his braves fired upon Lieut. HartaurT The SNOOK, well known Florida game fill>

It takes only one-fortieth of a second to wink the eye, discount. This Item $530,229,383.27$$623,829,949: as or against eighteen a 1934 per and his party, wounding the officer and several has "saws" on iU gills I These "saws" give fish

but it might require weeks to explain it away. may be delivered to my home and cent Increase. This can be taken of his men. This episode really started the last men plenty of trouble aa they will sever tit

R added to my regular monthly account roughly as a state barometer on Indian War in Florida, which ended in 1857 with strongest of line unless wire leaders are me!
o provided I have one at said the removal of Bowlegs and about 160 Indians
money. Last week we guessed in casting. This denizen of South Florida wattn
Doctors have it over the rest of us. When a bill collector store. In absence of an accountI general conditions throughout the to the West Thus terminated the Florida career is capable of putting up a stiff battle and will pi.
comes around they can charge five dollars a visit.If ten will days call from and get date package and I requestmanhunt state as up fifteen per cent. Still of the last great Seminole chief, who> had ezer- the best of light tackle to test

seems about correct. .
o .'n_ ______ to_ _remind_ me if I should -
REAL-Real barometer of Flor-
you think nothing is impossible, try finding good forget How to do so. signed the ida progress Is real estate selling. man I'm tellin' you it's a hard I'm not havln' any better tucks|
i gravy in a swell hotel, remarks the Punta Gorda Herald above agreement many one day this Dade sells $95,507.10 documentary TOO LATE life.As what the handwrltln says \
stamps as against $67,097.50 for far as me supportin' anybodyIn !.Ir, Belshazzar had. Tnr !it's
without first it? We '
"O week reading year previous, or forty-two percent particular, I got about all I can word on the left looks to me 1 h, .
know of several who did, and per- TO CLASSIFY
If you hear of anyone who's not running for Governor others. better. Indicates $50,000,000of da supporting a wife and kid plusa "Hodges" but a guy across'
haps were sales as 13,286: deeds are couple of domestic animals, with. table says it's "Hooey" so )ynj'
let know him with kind of medal. smooth talking pop- nr UVSSELL KAYBrrrrtmrr.
us so we can present some One of those
out burdenin' with
fellows made the ped on record I Iii!' 1933 as against Florid Prtmm Ammn. myself tryln' to have to do your own Interpn
o house-to-house He 11,035 year"previous. Total sales carry a flock of politicians on my Now may I be excused"
rounds here the other day.
The world will also beat a path to the door of that sec- that he had for.state probably top $100,000,000. shoulder. Of course I'll admit I've .
tol! a been carryin' a lot of 'em on my
tion of the state that the best of strawberries. his Impressive only by comparison. NEW TRAININSPECTED
puts up pack suaded local stores to carry STAMP --Ocala cancelled more 'till I stop and mop my fevered books, but that's Just because I've
a product and that he was simply brow! If you think these here got a kind heart or weak mind or
of 1935 thanIn
stamps in last quarter
getting various women to sign a candidates aren't plenty serious, somethln'. To hear some of these
A Harbor old
Safety woman, sixty-four years is cuttingher previous history1, ditch boom
statement that they were "Interested" SEVERAL LOCAL PEOPLE
you just ought to sit around my guys talk you'd think I was Mr.
third set of teeth. So far she hasn't shown desire the thus displacing 1025 land boom as
any In the product so office for an hour or two and listen Hercules. GIVEN COMPLIMENTARY

for a rattle. stores would have an Idea as to time much mark.bigger Farley business generally throughout dida to 'em "get me told. It seems Last week I stated that Mr. Colin RIDE

how much to stock. that no matter what I say It's
--i) signed the slip of the state, figures not yet available English of Ocala had a pleas- One of the Seaboard AuCompany's
Many women
wrong. ant personality and seemed to be
A Tennessee almost choked to death of more to get rid of the per- Stamps Indicate Ocala goingthirtytwo of 'em "streamliners waia
man on a piece paper, However, one paid me a klckln' up some dust In the race
per cent strongei at end exhibition here from 10:10 oeWj,
: steak in a restaurant. Serves him right for trying to eat his sistent and fellow those than who for did any not other take of 1935 than previous year. Futureof swell compliment, although the time.he for Superintendent of Public In- until 11:10 Thursday morn. {.*
reason, wasn't tryln' to do it at struction
but the ink
whole order at one bite. this mushroom entirely In handsof ain't dry before These air-conditioned motor cat
read a dayor noth-
time to were surprised He said my fool column was Mr Claude C. Jones of Ar- '
---0 so later to find they had placed Congress In' but a lot of certain, particularkind cadia comes along with dust trains, which are to operate
a '
their names to an agreement to.. SUSTAINS HUISELF-Federsl of nonsense. And you knowthat's tween Jacksonville and River Juvf
Bradford Democrats put the Jackson-Day Dinner over storm that liked to choked me to '
purchase a can of the product. Judge Ritter again rules the Futch Just what I've been tryin'to tion and Jacksonville and Tan
in a big way. Now the next thing on the program is the Thelocal stores, acting In perfect law out. Thr e-Judge Federal court make It all along. Of course death for au'hour after llstenin to Claude are representative of the
an and a half I would
President's Birthday Ball. good faith agreed to carry did the same thing several months ) now and then.a little horse-sense tainly be an cer- I word InraU transportation
of from St. Lucie In but I unappreciative audience A large crowd of Interested [a'!
o the Item for the convenience ago on a case up i may slip generally speakln'I If I didn't lower the odds to
their customers, when they were Inlet. Judge Ritter being member never intend It to be taken too sons and many school child
Automobile thefts are being reported daily in other shown the list or orders that he of the Tripitch. Supreme Court'' seriously. where he can be classed as a fa- I went through the train while i
vorite. But I've
n parts of the state. Better be sure to remove the keys the had secured.: sent It back to start over again We've got plenty of smart guys Cates, Bucholz and still Cawthon got Bill to was here, and several were glv

next time park The women who signed the slip Ritter ruled to uphold himself. like Brisbane Babson and others hear complimentary ride*.
car. from
you your -so what?
without reading It have no one to Meanwhile, bondholders sorry they feedin' you deep stuff, without a Although this was an exhibit!
o blame but themselves for their started the argument, carefully refrain poor dumb country boy like me And I don't know what It Is trip only, the new train will II

"Few insects are capable of seeing more than six feet. unwanted purchase. The seventyfive from other tests and throughout tryln' to burden you with any serious about the State Treasurer's job I placed In regular operation ,,'b

Nature; magazine. Except a male insect when a good looking cents it cost them will prob- rest of state, taxpayers pay thought food. that makes it so attractive but it II It makes Its first regular trip 011|

ably make the lesson be remembered mildewed taxes with rusty cou- Three candidates for governorcame seems that the busy bodies who of Tampa Sunday morning

woman is across the room. longer. pons and bonds. Theory of Federal rompin' In my office this go 'round urgin' others to run for .. .-
courts is that such payments exhaust this or that office have certainly
o When a stranger rings your week snailln' an' showin' their Building AdditionArthur

They are going to start making motion pictures in three front doorbell and asks you to the security of the other teeth because I said this or that tired a lot of birds with ambitionand Hall was busy this \s
bondholders. Probably sound law in Mr. Lancaster
something it's a pretty good about consequence ,
dimensions pretty soon. At last we'll be able to just how sign somebody else an' didn't say Mr constructing an addition to<
see idea to read it. In some instancesIt but overlooks the perfectly obvious such an' such about them. AH of Baldwin, Mr. Getzen and may
big Jimmy Durante's nose really is. might even pay you to read it fact that the current and future 'em accused me of beln' a be Moore have answered "Why |I popular place near the Scab bull* .
TWICE. Tax earnings of the revived 'i paid Knott?" Now I might express the Station. The new part of the
o hireling of some candidate but the
--0-- property much more Important to I opinion that Mr. Lancaster was out I I Ing will be used as a restaurBII'Mr

Last year pedestrians composed almost half of the auto- IK GHOSTS COULD: LOBBY Bondholders and citizens alike than I funny me part with of It Is they all charged In front, or that Cyril Baldwin was Hall says, and when compW

mobile accident casualties. Motorists should urge a closed A congressional mandate out- 'ockeyed figures of a dead past. supportin' a different lead In' somebody by a nose, but he will move his grocery; it(*) *.
'But consistency Is supposed to be you would "I from the building across th< uw! |
season before the game supply becomes exhausted lawing highway vehicles capableof probably reply think
be will
Jewel. multiplied five or six times. so that his two businesses
a greater speed than sixty milesan a rare KNOTT" and that would bring on ?
-o- IFS BUTS This will not be done-for a under the roof,
AND The same
hour Is being sought in a bill -- schoolsre my MOORE talk, so quit botherln'
A Florida woman gained 200 pounds during 1935, and introduced last week by Representative : In a badf,way. Ordinary citi- riad of valid and Invalid reasons me an' lo your own crystal gaz- -- -.--
of It zen I Ie none to weepy about this- HOMESTEADS Home stead In' Prevail' To GainescM
now weighs 735 pounds. That's a pretty good advertisementfor Ramspeck, Georgia.
has been
nhould be but there has one of the
would ban not only the operation, been too Now comes Dan Chappell of MI- N. Nt Prevatt, former mane/l"
the ladies
Florida-except for who want to reduce.If much Wolf and too much Whirl principal excitants In tax and governmental -
but also the manufacture of such ami with the W"
circles announcement that of the A, & P. Store here, has
o wind sowing In the past. Truth Is this year. Op-
vehicles. ; he Is REALLY gonna run for Governor transferred to Gainesville and <*

the Townsend Plan passes, ,imagine.the plight of the Although moat people will recog- almost solved the whole problem could be ponents ponents viewed pointed with with alarm pro- and please could I say some- gan working for the chain >rg" -
overnight by a handful of pride. A con-
lady folks who will be torn between trying to decide whether nize the worth of such a measure (officials If they DARED. Constitution fusing dud BO far. Average loss thin' about him In my next column. zation there Monday. Before lei'
there will be no great pressure Now Dan Is nice
a guy and I like Ing Starke Mr. Prevatt expre8ll'lippreclatlon
t to remain thirty any longer or try and reach sixty as soon brought to force passage of it. limits local school mllllages of about revenue throughout the state him and all that, but If I were to for the cooperate

as possible. It Isn't the type of bill that tax. to twenty. Usual county valua ten to twelve per cent Instead employ even little *<
of one adjective In and support he received from
write to their tion It on about a fifteen to twen- feared thirty-five per cent.
congressmen V
payers connection with his
name that during
0----r- Most people of this section
about nor Is It the kind that pro- ty per cent basis. Put It to PAR political units have solved the be

The Liberty Leaguers are against Roosevelt because his vokes a march of angry voters on and__ local I school revenues would problem this first year by IgnorIng anyone might or construed_ all___ of the____as other favorable 71._!._< ._..._.by._.- term as manager...here.
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old age pension is too much, and the Townsendites' think it is Washington. or boosting the levy on business dld'ates: I'd have a war on

too little; By the law of averages we figure that should Through Its lack of grand-stand Time Magazine of how President City, and stolid vacant and property, Plant hands that would make Mr, Selassle's my- Porter Announces *
qualities this sane bill might be solid farm town I Judge William J. Porter
make Roosevelt Roosevelt received the look like a friendly debate -
just about right. staggering in East Hlllaboro
lout In the shuffle. However- bit of news. County gets se- so while Dan will be "heard Jacksonville, announced WecJDetday '
o though gruesome to contemplatehow He was In conference with Secretary four about It and plans to levy from" I guess I'll have to let him that he would be a candid

Men of an Indian tribe in lower California used to cut long would it take to push of War Dern at the time-:i and per cent tax on electric phone do his own talkln', for representative to Cong"

and stretch their ears with pieces of bone until they hung could the measure be through If a lobby of the Court's decision. As they squawk water to bills.high heaven First two and will An' I hear that Mr. Turner Butler from the Second District. wb!W*
organized to storm the will Includes Bradford He
were In the midst ; has took his hat out of County.
down to their shoulders. The doubtless an amiable probably find the ring
i, nearly women accom- halls of Congress lobby composed discussion a way to get themselves and Is wearln' It again served as Judge of the Crtm"

plished the same result by trying to hear what was going on of all the persons who have placed a slip secretary of paper entered containing and Meanwhile heard. "scratch" him, but It won't so you leave can Court of Record of Duval Coed F

r in the next wigwam. lost their lives in automobile .the I bad news, In the President's tore led militant State Real- any deficit In the grand total of since 1932.
speeding at more than I by National President
sixty milesan hand. candidates -
aa the
.. bird that
Q. hour? Walter Rose of Orlando and Tax
A football coach up the country is losing sensitivity in 0 When asked how Roosevelt received Chairman W, D. Outman of St. that goes 'round tellin' things state Might Reach QuotaMrs.
the Gabby Knowles
the extremetiea of his If shake his hand IT TOOK NERVE TO SMILE Information Secretary Petersburg are readying to ask will go to the J. !.I. Alvares. Bradforj
body. you or stepon Of all the Bern later said: "He Just held the the courts why autos, widows post while Treadway and Carltonare County chairman, reports that i

his toes he can't feel it, although he will say "ouch" as the Invalidation reams of written the Agricul-about sheet of paper In front of him on erans, new Industries, get debt vet service itlll considered among the turns from Christmas Seals

I loudly as anyone else when pin pricks are made on other tural Adjustment Administration his And desk and smiled" and operations tax exemption Ethiopian.possibilities.. Horse In the meantime the still coming In and, that If all **
by the a Republican leader remarked while homesteads sheltered has yet to an- received seals will send in tW!|
parts ofhis is insensible Supreme under
body Wonder! jf he to Alumni Association Court. one sentence recently that the President the nounce. I"
pricks? stand out In our memory. would same constitutional language, And In clo contributions the quota
e not In-
run for -
,re-elecUoll..be. may again aaJIf
It was contained In the get only operation\ relief. remark might be reached. To date
report oft j I cause "he couldn't take it"l! The answer will\ not please them. Lion's that while I may be. In the amount to $&2.62. Mrs. ;..Jvatll.ald.
Den. I
ain't no Daniel, and .

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