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 24, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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itablished 1877 Subscription: -For Year, $1.50; Six. Months, 15e-I'ayable In. Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner
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MIME FIFTY-SEVEN__ _.._.. _ __ _' .. __ ._._ ._.__. _. _STAKKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY. 24, 1030 ,. llsin-TWEL\'E_ = I



editor of Telegraph and II

those of our readers who like I
KED BY GREEN FROM HERECommittee DEPARTMENT "something different' will be givena FAVORED

real treat early next month when I

-- the staff of the B. H. S Journal

\\Ilill Introduced Last Named + Council Accepts will edit an entire edition of the liusiness' Men And

fi Telegraph.
Week Calls For ;, To Line Up Cars K Resignation of A. W. Anderson, editor of the Council Don't Like i

BuildingIWOULD For 27th I II Buford Journal will net as editorinchiefof Carnival
I I the Telegraph for this special !

Issue, and Raymond Plummer, of

NO, T 0 V E It $75,000.00 TO COMPLETE ROAD 13''' $2-l' .LAZE KATE and advertising manager. AFTER C I.TATION8'j'

Students will solicit advertisingand
bill providing for construction : Charley E. Johns; J. B. Alex Resignation of R. C. Buford, fire the school will receive a percentage Pledges of wholehearted support !

ka post office building In Starke ander, N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and I chief, and his entire\ departmentwas Although it is rather In promoting a "home talent" J JI l I

i introduced In the. House of A. Hartmann were Monday appointed e accepted and E. A. Winkler early yet, some advertisers have I Strawberry Festival' were made .

cpresentatives last week by Con-I I as a committee from the was appointed new chief at a meetIng already been contacted, and the this week to the American Legionby

semen B, A. Green. Cost of Business Men's Club to arrange I j of the City Council Tuesday students report that they are the Business Men's Club and

building, the bill stated! is not ''for a large delegation from here I night. meeting with a ready response.! the City Council.

6'exceed 73000.: to meet with the State Road Department The twelve new members of the There la no doubt that the edition Stating that there had been criticisms

The bill read as follows: In Tallahassee MondaY'1 department are: A. E. Wall, Jr, will go over In a big way, and of the large carnival held

It enacted by the Senate i January 27, in the | Junior McDonald Bob Dodd AI) will probably appear the first or In connection with the Festival last '

House of Representatives of Incomplete stretch of Road 13 between Mantissa. Melvin McKinney, Willie second week in February yell, the Legion post announced
: i, Baldwin and Yulec. WE NOT ONLY INVITE YOU, WE URGE YOU .Edwards, R. C. Dampier, Eldredge .
Abel\\;;United States of America In ,II --- I that It would seek to determine!
',y (Congress: assembled, That the Secretary I A. J. Thomas, J. M. Mitchell and TO BUY A TICKET TO THE BIRTHDAY BALL Smith, Robert Green Johnnie Red- public sentiment before attemptIng '

" : of the Treasury is authorlz- H. C. Wall were named to head the I FOR THE PRESIDENT ON JANUARY 30. YOU Gill.grave, Elmo Struth and Prescott BONUS PASSEDBy i to stago the event In April. '

.-d,'and directed to procure a suit- motorcade which Is expected to Sentiment at the Business Men's
abte site and contract for the erection -I leave from here early in the morn- WILL BE, AT ONE AND TilE SAME TIME Resignation of the old depart- i Club Monday was overwhelminglyIn

of an adequate building at Ing of the 27th.Delegations I DOING HONOR TO OUR GREAT LEADER? ment followed a two weeks oral Both Houses favor of continuing the Festival,
Florida vaults, are also being sent notice given Mayor W. K. Middle-
Starke including but members also
were emphaticIn
'Cheating from other towns from Fernandina members resign -
and ventilating apparatus,
their opinion that It should be
..,'plumbing and lighting equipment, to Tampa, who are Interested in I OUT INFANTILE PARALYSIS, AND (HAViNG unless the council met their LOOKS{ CERTAIN put on with the "minimum number" 1
facilitating travel between the request for a straight salary of $5a :
and furniture and fixtures for the THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE of outside attractions.
*11" and accomodatioa of the UnitnyndStates Eastern Seaboard of the United month Instead of) the $2 per fire i
post office at Starke, States and the West Coast of Flor- I arrangement now in effect. Several members stated that .,
I considered the first Festival
With Intention of they
, "Florida and for such other purposes ida.Starke BIRTHDAY BALL COMM. I no meeting WOULD BENEFIT IN '
be deemed is particularly InterestedIn this demand, members of the coun- I which was run largely by home I '
as may '
| would cil contacted Mr. Winkler and told THIS COUNTY people with the exception of one ,
the needs of the United States, this project because it Nat SternbergfChm.Signed I
send a new class of travel through him to have twelve men at the rldo concession, brought In by an
at: cost not to $75,000"the
[ a bonds In the of
Matthewecy. Baby amount
E. L ; ,
; outside concern, far superior to the
the present time the post of- here that has heretofore been go- ( ) meeting Tuesday night Membersof $$140,426 will be distributed

[ftce here Is housed in a rented Ing into! Jacksonville and on down J, M Mitchell,'Treas. the old department were also some 125 World_War veterans event last year_when an entiro car

[building in the heart of the busl- the state by other routes. asked to be? present, but none was''I among In Bradford County In tho .1 nival was Imported. (

|,Mess section.r Interested persons'in Jackson I there except Mr, Buford. He had event that the bonus bill already Members of the City Council approved -
ville have announced that they not asked the others to come, ho the action of the Business
I passed by both the Senate and the I
would have a delegation meet the said, because they were "not In Men's Club. They also expressed
WANT TO HELPFARMERS TAG FUNDSArrive BIRTHDAY BALLFor House of Representatives becomesa
road board and ask it to drop the competition" with anyone for jobs law. disapproval of the fact that the

BaldwIu- 'ulee road in favor of a''I on the department. carnival last year was on the
The bill was rushed Wednesday
cut-off project into Jacksonville President Saying that he Intended to quit to the White House where Presi- ground and opened Its concessions
THOSE WHO ARE DEBT. at MaxvllI. This latter In advance of the
r starting' I whether salaries were raised or not dent Roosevelt must decide the several days
BURDENED MAY project lq also favored here because because he had heard there was politically delicate of deciding opening Festival date.
problem -
GET: RELIEF I i It would decrease the distance I FOR SCHOOLSBRADFORD PUNSJWISHFJ) I some criticism of his being fire ; within ten days whether to I N. D. Wainwright, Jr. representing
Into! Jacksonville, but local J JI chief while outside the
?\ i Renewed efforts of the Bradford I' living city let the legislation become a law I the Legion, appeared
interests feel that the Baldwin- limits, Mr. Buford tendered his I tore the business and Dr, H.i .
(County Committee of the Farm I!I --.- -I I or risk overriding It with a veto. ,I men
.Yulee road would be of more mate- resignation. P. M. Barefoot, councilman i B. McLendon spoke at the Council
P:ldbt Adjustment Commission of BENEFITS BY TICKET WILL GO ON It Is generally agreed In Washing.tun I I
rial benefit and will urge Its completion I I I ,made. motion, which was meeting. They were seeking, they ;
7t rfdll: to save farmers from toss MORE THAN $8.000( SALE TOMORROW, that If the bill U vetoed It will i iHe
: first I ," carried, to accept the resignation sufficient I j said, to determine sentiment be..
U their lands because of hopelessly! CKIFFIS SAYS ..N.VZ SEZ"Piaqe j jI [ repassed by a majorIty -
f,fcrdensome'indebtedness were an- Alt persons who are Interested j Mr Winkler announced that In both houses Oimgrass. II j I I fore proceeding with plans for the
In attending the meeting In Tallahassee -I I of whose 1
the he
some men names
Ittounced: today by Dr. E. L. Biggs, asked to in touch! 8616.78 became available for Starke'a second Bii'th- I In addition to providing for payment J I Festival. .
4f Starke, Chairman of the comilttee. with are member of the get committee Thursday for the school' system day Ball for the President, to be ,{ had turned In oa his original list In baby bonds, the bonus bill |i Another meeting of the Legion
a j I I had changed their minds about would offer veterans three percent will be held at date to decide -
'so that be -j here as Bradford County's share pf held at the Woman's Club here I an early
arrangements may completed serving on the new department for 1
j Interest from June 15 1936
yearly the next move
Since its formation by Governor the $1,287,257 distributed by the January 30 were virtually: complete -
: | fear that they would be accused of '
and Juno 15 1945/ If retain
they .
Dave Sholtz In November, State among the sixtyseven'counties this week, N. Sternberg, general I ; .
The State Road 13 Association "scabbing, However, a sufficient
tho bonds as an Investment It
in Supt. A. J. Griffls announced.He chairman of arrangements, an- | 1
934 the commission, !
: In number of substitutes
will establish headquarters a were presentat would cancel all unpaid interest on NO ARRESTS
Jllxty- even voluntary county committees said that this amount would | the to fill the twelve ;'
Tallahassee hotel, and the meeting loans on their certificates' that has
has helped more than 350 tion will probably meet delega-I leave the school board owing about A fine program of songs, dunces j vacancies.The accrued since October 1, 1031. I I FOR OLD TAGS

(Florida farmers to adjust over $1- fore proceeding to the $4,000 on the' fund borrowed for end other specialty numbers by local department will continue to The bonus Is paid on the basis I
00,000 of Indebtedness, including operation of schools, and would entertainers has been THOSE WITHOUT NEW ONES
arrangedand be paid $2 for fires, $1 for false
partment. of $1 per day for home service and I
bver $50,000 of delinquent taxes, bring the total amount received by Bill Boo well and his Windsor alarms and $1 for practices. One $1.25 per day for foreign service. !i 1 HAVE GOOD EXCUSES,
3r. Biggs said. Bradford County from the state to Hotel Orchestra, of Jacksonville SHERIFF SAYS
PRIZE WINNER practice a month will be held dur- For 3,500,000 World War veterans .
the chairman, the around this fiscal will furnish musics' for ,
In addition to II $21,000 year. dancing.
and March
ing January, February enactment of the bill will Occasional sales of automobile
ocal committee consists of: Nat AT RITZ The sale! of automobile tags accounted Carrying out a custom begun and one every other month after mean cash for their adjusted service i tugs were still being made yesterday
| Secretary; H. L. Brown. last year, the holder of each tick
for a million and a quarter that time.
certificates! nine years ahead i by Tax Collector C. A. Knight
flee J. M. Brownlee and C. C. But. COLBERT AWARDED FOR et will be given a number ,
dollars of the new allotment, and representing
of January
the deadline
The first practice under the new of the present maturity date a week after
Ier., any of whom will accept ap. ACTING HONORS, IS the one-mille constitutional levy a chance on a prize to be
set-up was held Wednesday night. For the Government, it will pone 15. The office here experlenc
I for the committee's services IN SUNDAY SHOW given during the .
plications for schools produced $34.560. The away evening.A The Council urged the members to the problem of raising at least $1- ed no last minute rush as was th ,

t from farm debtors or their The story of a modern girl with rest came from .minor sources. ticket committee Mr. will be appointed use care In operating the pumps OOO.OOO.OOO at once and $2,491- case last year, but a steady sale
creators. by within
,i super-charged temper who meets Allocations to schools so far Sternberg and truck and to familiarize them 000,000 eventually. tags was reported for two or th;
"Our aim Is to work out a mutually a the next few days, and tickets will
and loves a man who prefers fight- from the State have been raised selves aa soon as possible with the ----.-- days before and after the deadline
| beneficial settlement of each also be placed on sale atMitchell'sDrug
i cate." Dr."Blggs"'cJ. "Often an ing to( eating will be brought to chiefly through tag sales and by Store and Sternberg's Store. equipment. Pick-up Service Sheriff W. J. Epperson said tha
the screen of the Rita Theatre transfers from the State's general -.- --. no arrests have been made here 01
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extension agreement can arranged will be one dollar for Another forward step In transportation -
the debt ultimate. Sunday and Monday In "The Bride treasury, which was authorized by I I automobile drivers for using ol
1 whereby couples and twenty-five cents for REGISTRATION will be taken by the Sea- I
i ly will be paid In full. Or, if the Comes Home," with Claudette Col- the 1935 Legislature In Its effortto extra ladles. board Air Line Railway when on :, tag*. Few of the yellow and blac
bert and Fred MacMurray In the provide sources of revenue for STARTS IN MARCHWALL plates are still seen here, and In>
his immediately
creditor needs 1 thereafteras
money the appropriated $10,500,000 an- The doors will be open at 9 February or as soon !
featured roles.It most instances the owners
; we try to obtain refinancing o'clock and dancing will at possible, free pick-up and delivery
is a thoroughly amusing nually for schools. begin GIVES RULES SO made no effort to buy a new Ug|
on terms which the farmer 9:30 and continue as late rulesof service for lesethan-carloadfreight J JI
be able to meet Even if this re- .story, skillfully presented, and posseeaes There has been no revenue so far the Woman's-Club allow.as I ALL MAY BE INFORMED will be established over Its I but have been forced to wait on dl

iqulresi,somereduction in the old a definite appeal for all from the disputed chain store tax EARLY I system and Its subsidiary railways.The title to their car or some othe
of law which told the i Seventy per cent of the fund ;
married couples. The spectacle sponsors Legislature technicality.
regardsit that
debt the creditor1Iaua11y effect of this service is I
preferable 'to.. costly litigation a young woman and a young man would produce S4.0OO.OOOto I realized above expenses will remain Registration for voters will begin the railroad will furnish drayage ---... -
In alt the districts of Bradford
in this to aid vic-
from When the
who disagree! everything ( $4,500,000. Supreme
through which he may dispossess service to collect and deliver less-
a worthy farmer withoutin 'spinach to tooth brushes Court invalidated part of Its levy, tims of infantile paralysis. The County on March 2. It was an- than-carload freight without cost I "COLD AGAIN"INO
in the of estimates dropped to $2,75OOOO other thirty per cent will be turn- nounced this week by H. C. Wall
the long run helping himself. Perry Mason person I to shipper and consignee. If shipper LONGER NEW;
"However, we will not aid irresponsible Warren William is coming to the and on that basis Governor Shell ed over the PI'e ldent's Birthday supervisor of registration. ,, or consignee prefers to perform I|

farmers to avoid. their Ritz on Tuesday and Wednesdayin told education leaders they could Ball Commission for research I The announcement was made his own trucking service to or BUT THAT'S THE ONLY

obligations." Dr. Biggs added. "In what is described as the big expect at least $9,000,000 from work Into this dread disease. far In advance of the registration from Seaboard freight stations, an WAY TO DESCRIBE

addition to helping honest, efficient I I surprise hit of the year, Erie Stan- State sources. Mr. Sternberg says that some I t date in order to emphasize that all allowance of five cents per hun- THIS WEATHER

farmers to adjust their debts so ley Gardner's "Case of the Lucky The addition to the school fund good work has been done with the persons wishing to vote In the June dred pounds will be made to such I

they may continue as assets to the Legs." In'the cast are three oth will raise but little, if any, the money that was made last year, primaries will have to register and shipper or consignee I: Winter played a return engage

community, we want to assist creditors er film .tars, Genevieve Tobin, official estimate of Superintendentof and Is in hopes that there will be pay poll taxes. Of course, tnere ---.---+----. --- !, ment In Bradford County this wee
to clear their books of frozen Patricia Ellis, and Lyle Talbot. Education W. S. Cawthon,whose an even larger sale of tickets this are the usual poll tax exemptions Cucumber Deal Off I i I -not by special request, howevei

accounts and thus put money Seen on the screen Thursday and figure previously stood at $ ,47B605. ,- year than last. Mr. Wall said, but everyone must The lowest temperature was resell !

into local business channels." Friday of next week Is "Bad Boy." Under State law, counties are Even persons who cannot attend register.The There will be no cucumber deal I Tuesday morning when th

authorized to borrow tip to eightyper the ball on this date are urged to registration books will remain for growers here this spring, H. D. mercury fell to below freezing an

Large Land DealHal i Union County Sued cent of the amount estimatedby buy tickets since the money la to In the districts until April 6, May announced this week. A sufficient I. a heavy white frost was left cov

Edwards, head of the Law- TALLAHASSEE The First the education superintendent! as be used for such a beneficial pur- ;j I It was said. From April 7 to April ; number of farmers could r erlng the ground.Conelderable .
allocations for "[ be made In Mr.Wall's not be signed up for the moisture in tb
tey Turpentine Company, recent Saving and Trust Company of the State's school 30 registration can (
purchased a 12,000-acre tract of I Tampa has asked the Supreme the year. Cawthon refused to pose.Mr.. Sternberg stated that tables Insurance office here. :tan Produce Company's Manhat-I I ground somewhat mitigated damaging

,land lying between Baldwin andj, Court today to compel the paymentof raise his official prediction to the will be placed in the sun parlor for I Poll taxes must: be paid by May tion, which did not : and I I effects of the cold, but UI\

Starke from State Senator R.. L. $iDOO "defaulted Union Coun- promised ia,000.000.Strange those who might not care to dance 16 for voters to qualify for the 'ishing growers with fertilizer [i strawberry crop received anot!

Black of Gainesville. Mr. Edwards ty bonds held. by the company. The and wish to play some game, such primaries, to be held June 2 and provided that the prevailing mar- setback from which it will tale
Immediately sold the tractto petition said the State board of as bridge or bunco. No one will go I I(June 23. I ket price would be paid for the severs I weeks to recover.
Egg ShownA Last the furnIshed -
the Highland Timberland Co.. administration is holding unentertained he Bald, and a ticket j I i To register a man or woman crop. seed year and fertilizer company to the The volume of fruit moving ot,

of Jacksonville, and leased turpen- 046.09 in Union County funds S49'-1 large number cf people visit for the ball Is the guarantee of a'j i must be a citizen of the United and the on of Plant City fell off this week ('
tiM rights to the Hugh TurpentineCo. has refused to pay the ed our office this week to see an good timer;, States, must have lived In Floridaat growers grew crop a result of the cold that came lain

., of Baldwin. The land lies in which Includes four bonds unusual egg which was placed on -- --.-.-- .-- least one year, and In Bradford share December, Three can we ,
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Bradford, Baker and Clay Coun- terest. The court directed the display here Saturday by W. S. I County at Jet six months. loaded out cf there on both Frkta
I board of administration and the Clark, a farmer living a short distance New Cafe Ready t[i ---. liirthsMr. I and Saturday and the total volun

ties.More I Union County Commissioners to southeast of town. One side Arthur Hall expects to have the Circus Didn't Show and Mrs. Ed Moody Penney I I I of fruit shipped from there th

nooks For LibraryMrs. retire the bonds or show cause for of the egg Is embossed with a formation new cafe at his popular place near j Farms, boy, January 6. I season has reached 1.211,786 pin

H. H. Young, librarian, an- I their failure to do so. of the shell that somewhat the depot open to the public by!I j A lot of youngsters and no doubta Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Lang, Highland Prices strengthened material \

nounced this week that another Repainted resembles the round sun with rays Saturday. The new addition adds J I few grown-ups, too, were disappointed l, boy, January 8. j! In Plant City late In the week a
200 Want spreading out from each side. Several to the attractiveness of the buildIng Monday when the Mighty Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford, reached a high of) fifteen cents
shipment of approximately I
books is expected soon from the The Business Men's Clue wantsto different theories were advanced which" being repainted Inside Haag Show failed to put up its Starke, boy, January 7. I f[Saturday.

PublicLibrary/ of Newark. N. J. see the gate at the north en- by those who saw the odd and out. Extensive use of Fmnch tent and give a performance here. Mr. and Mr., C. "'. Padgett, -- .-..

When the books arrive a list of the trance to Bradford County on Road ity. One fellow Insisted that it wasa windows is-made In the cafe. Short There was some argument over the Brooker, girl, January 15.Mr. On National Committed
most titles them 13 repainted. Joe E. Wilson Char- prophecy, though he was some- orders will be specialized In at county and state licenses charged and Mrs. Albert Gllsson,

will be popular published in among this paper. I ley E. Johns and Dr. J. W. Brown- what vague ... to what the prophecy first, with chili, barbecue oysters here. The circus men thought it Starke, boy January 16. E. S. Matthews, of Starke mei

Mrs. has received I i lee have been appointed as a com- was, while another said It and steak sandwiches being fea too high, but county officials saidIt Mr. and Mrs Lester Slade, ber of the State Railroad Comm!

200 books Young from already These mittee to appear before the Boardof was caused by nothing more mysterious tured. Later on regular meals will was only the amount required by Starke, boy, January 16. sion. has been appointed to t

tlWllibrary. |I County Commissioners at their than the lien swallowing a be served Mr. Hall says. The Variety law. It was a very cold day, too, Mr, and Mrs. Basil McRae grade crossing elimination comm j
when new
volumes were discarded meeting next month and nlckle. You are welcome to see grocery will be moved from and the circus was afraid it would- Starke, boy. January 20. tee of the National Association I

books were purchased by the biglibrary i I I| ask regular for an appropriation for this the egg and form yo* own opinion. across the street ,Into the same n't take In enough money here to i Mr. and M.... George Warren Railroad and Utilities Commlsak.|
and were sent here upon ]
,building with the cafe pay expenses. Starke boy January 23. I era
payment of freight' costa purpose.

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,. 1 II L. Gaakliu, Correspondent Sties. Vera Gainey, Correspondent for cash to the hltrhext .11..
ltJItJ I I ;:a ai bidder at the South door

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crawford and Townsend Club Meets court house. In "Htarke' n, I.;
county on Mondu
i : Mrs Gus Wolfe and son, Ralph, The Brooker Townsend Club third tray\ of February A I'

r of Jacksonville and Mrs. A. J. last Sat during. the leval J :houm of si'
held Its regular meeting \ ,
; the purpose of satisfying an., ,
} COME. and have Chtam, Mrs. Jim Howard, Mrs. urday night January 18, with the decree. the following di .

; : Grover Hodge and daughter Rena President, W. H. Surrency In land.county, lyliiKT Florida" and, TO-WIT being" In II, :
and Mrs. Spencer Rowetls, charge. The club now his about T.otx Three (3) and Pull'

St. George Ga. were called here seventy-five members enrolled. block Thirty; four (34), '
..... last week to the bedside of their Ingnton-Truby and Cm ,
f \ 3 o) The speakers of the evening wereJ. niib-dlvlxlon of Northeast. ;
; father M. Crawford who Is seriously H. Benson member of the Bradford of Northeast quarter of

k hi 111 here at the home of his School the Rev. Twenty-eltcht. <1211), TOWIIM .,.
High faculty,
son R. N Crawford. Mrs. Wolfe McGuire of Hampton, and :Mr. Buchanan ((6)((22) South. hangs Tweni J ''

', h Time Your L1'fe and Mrs. Hodge are still here at of the University of Florida euxtT.. F. LANnrtUM. ,
t father's bedside. I Special! Manter
e their In Gainesville. The next meet. A S. Crew, solicitor

Miss Villa Privltt of Jacksonville ing of this club will be held Saturday for 1-3-01-1-31 complainant

\ spent the week-end here visiting night. February 1. EveryoneIs .

t J4 ,, friends. Invited to attend.HalfPound. OIlI:1t: nv i>i Hi.ir \TIO-V IM,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and NOTICK) IH HKKK11V. un'III.
..... called to Party
> Ruth were
t daughter
230 Notth Slierldan toad I0n: I",
East Port, Friday, due. to the illness Misses Lorena Polk and Jo Ella Plttahuriph Pennsylvania. 1 i iThomna

f of Mrs. C. A. Moody. Mrs. Barry entertained at the home of lloffmiin of 620
I IIII V 1 Murrhee remained at the bedsideof the former last Wednesday night J. T. I'lckanl, and rho..

I t'e her daughter while Mr. Murr January 15, with a half-pound par Tuttle the residence of I
whom IH unknown, and Ali ,.
1 t hee and daughter, Ruth, returned ty. Many outdoor games were enjoyed :Trust Company, a corpora'administrator "'

home Friday night.Mr. after which the guests enjoyed I of the' eslatt \
llnm l F:. decean-
Yarbrouith >1 I
, I and Mrs. Bill Barnett of a delicious supper. Mrs. L. UH principal place of bushes .1i"
: at the D. Polk and Mrs. Alice Thomas assisted Federal Street. I'iUfliiirifh I'
Jacksonville are visiting vania, that bill of .
: a cikinplnbe
.,, ; : .,'. home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. the hostesses In caring for ..n filed. In the Circuit, ,
nth their guests. lliddford. County Florida. li,
... L. M. Murrhee.C. eery, against you and each.
Gas- In thHt certain muse' therel _
r E. Crawford and J L. i
:" O J. and Louie Mott were transacting Inir wherein the Federal Lai "
1 'y.of kins of Ocala, spent the weekendhere business In Starke Saturday of Columbia' o IH plaintiff I .1 i ,ianrl
r .. with their families. euch, of you and alxo FnVilll ?
\ ,, >. I >rotirh. :Mary. Alice Yal i -
Blackwelder spent a and )Ir... )lira .
Mrs. Sallie We are sorry to report that Mrs. FejiiHiidea ai. I
trlx of the (rust Will and Test
t ( .--. few days this week near Lawtey A. E. McKinney la on the sick list of W. )0;. Yarbrnuith. IPI! eaxedaa '

with hre daughter, Mrs. Jack Dix- I at this writing. We hope that she Trustee appointed by a.I., i W
: under N..IVIII.. are lefendin,'
on.W. will soon recover. number 556 to forxclo. a

) I M. Reddish made a business H. P. Gainey motored to Starke gage aa 1rh..t nnd prior llci
/ for to the 'Interest
Hen '
or "
,'. f rb i trip to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Saturday.The of defendant,. on the roll,," i iHcrlbPil .
,. t Clyde Starling of Ocala Is Rev. Norris of LaCrosse, propel ty xltimtn. 'In DiCutintv n 1,1,I
i I Fluridal to-wlt: K"> 1 1and i si;
this week here with her held church services here "
spending regular ,
NEB, of 8KVi and KI':'. o.,i .1"|
1 '. mother, Mrs J. R. Quinn.HlGIILANlT. I last Sunday.The of Hectlon 10 R.lldV ft of VSVV'i :\.\ '
,,, of Section .
II all) h i i .
-- Rev. C. A. Crosby attended! ship 0, Honth Mange, 22 Unm: u.
: church services at Antioch church er with HH tenements, ten i itmntx

: near Crosse last Sunday. 1 and apput'tcniincoHTheiefoie ,.
: Miss, M. E. C'rewn, Correspondent you' Cud each i"I I \
Miss Mary Mott was transacting : : ;
heieby t eiul red Id at>F>fai, t?
1 '", i Miss Jewel Carter spent theweekend business in Starke Saturday. 11111 of Complaint" so riled ",L "
; von on the :Ird day or F.1i. i,i i \ ,
I .' at Muxville with her LONG BRIDGE r). IBID: at the offli'c ...f I Hi I I. ,
i. Mrs. Dixon Thomas. sold. ('(JII.t"l the i ,'MM' Hi/,,,,,, ,
aunt Mlaa! Nina \Miltehead, Cor. Stillke' llindrord. "roan" 1 i iotlierulne
j o, e ew Mm. Trudie Austin ana Miss the all-irari.,, ,,,, ", ,it", i I
of Complain.* will In. i I.d", .,
number of attend. '
Jacksonville Quite people
of a
b Edna Blanton. ,
I feHMed by you IT 1 I.,' n|::in i i I.i
' spent Saturday night to Sunday ed church at the home of Marlon that this :Notice I lit- |put.lth.\\ \ d i. .., ,
and a week for four conf... 'ui\i( \\ i,
: Mocdy Saturday night Sunday.
1i! fct here with relatives.Mr. In the llradford Cowl/ 7'. I f.jfl'fl/'h.,/ ,
i : and Mrs. Max Carter and George Jordan and sister Rena, Illlv qualified ntvMi| |I'" i pi'"' I-he"|

Miss Jewel Carter were visitors to !and Vera Butler spent Sunday with January In Itrudford 2nd 1135 1'01111". < I't.I, < ,,01. 1 I''" H

.1. ,,. Baldwin Sunday afternoon. Miss Leona Moody and W. E. A. J. TIIOMA,
! the week Moody. Clerk of ('h'''un i
William Crews spent
County of 110.,11", ,ni 1,
"hL ; end at Starke with his parents. Mr. S. W. Whitehead was visitingIn I !State of FlorlilHOFFICIAL. ,'

I = and Mrs. R. L. Crews. Lake Butler Saturday afternoon 13h..l.:11J'( : SUM: : I i

j I II Mrs. W. A. Starling returned .
from Jacksonville Sunday where S. J. Norman was visiting In "' KICS!! Ntl.K:
I /NOTICE! IH hereby Rln M .
I Sff1 Sff1aJv she has been spending several days Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. der and by virtue of .it )Fli'. 1 I I J.

j k H with relatives. I Ruby Williams of Starke of Foreclomire. mado I and ?. ,.
L .
by the Honorable' H. I. .
and children attended church at the home cf
Green .
Mrs. N. T. Judge of the Clicult Coin I 01 1' 'itJudicial <'I"
, were visiting ]Mrs H. C. Wimberlyand Marion Moody Saturday night. Circuit of ..Florlda. u i 1 I
for Bradford County, In ch" ,' ,
family Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Dwight Rowlson of dated December 23id, 1U.1S 'in' 'I I" .

! S. J. Smith of Jacksonville, was Lake City were visiting his parents certain' Callas theieln Intvlt.. i ililHT I' 1.1..
between The Federal Land 1 I I. ,
YOU ARE INVITED |'a business visitor here Monday. Saturday and Sunday. of Columbia Plaintiff. und "

a I I F. M. Crews was a visitor to J. C. Yarbrough and S. W. Ui'ownl.ia. single! Dvfeiitlitutinrterxlftnod. '
1 whovax then, /I..npointed
.: Maxvllle Sunday. Whitehead were visitors In Starke .
at Special. Master. In '
! ; Mrs. H. C. Wimberly MillS M. Saturday morning. eery, to execute the am'. \\

? TO THE BIGGEST PARTY l E. Ricks and C. M. Griffis were in 11 tHTiir: HW.MNOTIOB : !Monday. daring the the Hid legal day hours of FellAIII. nl'

Starke Saturday.Rev. : la hereby given that. under before the Court House' inn

!L 1 { H IN I THE \\V 0 R L D -- ;/bl. | held regular. M. T.services Knight at of the Maxvllle Baptist of hv. Forecloxure the and loimrahlt l hy .virtue'mad of H'*I.n. Ansi Final 1.. .J'Sehiintr.Q Decree..(,sell'for nnl.,to l Bash.., 'the.xllnat.rnrr the hip;

Church Sunday morning.E. Judfte" of the circuit Court of the being In Itiudfoirt C
; Florlila, to-wlt:
Nth JiiillHul Circuit of Florida.. In
; Prescott and C. M. Griffis and for llradford" (County In Chancery "''heV. 'I, of the /\\VVi "
l rt were transacting business In Mac- dated January 20th 1930 In NV'and' the Nty of the NW
BIRTHDAY'BALL that certain cause. therein lately the HWy' of the NWii! and)
I THE : clenny Monday. lIe tiding between The Federal, (Land. Way' of the $I'I/ of the Nthe \\"
Visitors here Monday included: Hank of Columbia. Plaintiff andPerlev l lI NVVi, and the NU of Uu Nof
Wm. I S. Ciilklnx, et al.. Defendant, the H\V'/j' of the NWVi. amiS'j ,
S. B. Mobley, W. J. Bailey the underpinned. who wa therein :' or the NW'1, of the SW14 :
Reid asd C. C. Camm of Jacksonville appointed. ,a* Special !MantelIn Chan- HIM NW'4.! of Section 2H, "'II\V".'
j + i FOR THE I very to execute the name will .." fi Hotith, Range 23 1-lnxt and. ,w
, I Ii :;Monday, the 2nd day' of March. taming 80 acres, noon .n.i h s-
I I ----. ,? dllllllK the leant hours of sale, he-I with the iippurtonnnccii' SaM
foie HID Court ]louse door In to tie made pursuant, to xald. 1 t tto J''
H PRESIDENTSTARKE i I BETHELMrs. Florida sell to the hltrhext and h-..t satisfy. the Name. and east, .
i Ralph Gainey, CorrespondentJim bidder. fur caxh, the following demrlbed 13. K. PRP.HYJ'A.V: ,
1..11.1.l situate, lying and being I AM "Special' Master In chin'
.In Untilrord, County, Florida, to- l-27-St-l-24!!
visiting I
l a Hornsby was .vlt

WOMAN'S CLUB i iI Prevatt and family Thursday and 'NI,.::4 I of .NW". Se. U South' of Range 22 Kantuf :\( "' (' IS HKIllillY: : OIVKNliy ;
I Friday. the .1'ullaha.I.'d'an.. : vlrtna' of execution Issued 1 ,I" '
Miss Gladys Lee was visiting containing. I 40 acre, more or the Cliciilt Court of Union ('" ,
1 JAN. 30 lees.with '.Florida pursuant to final. judic
: Miss Edna Gllsson last Sunday. the appurtenance. Said. Male to
rendered In Paid Court on tin 11
Mrs. Lillie Coleman was visit- lie made ,|pursuant to HUM I)e<,i ee tosatisfy day of June, A. I>. 1035, and ,111 .i

L ing R. L. Lee and family Thurs the K.: name K. PKHRYMAN and I routs. ed In Minute Hook 1, at pars 121 '
I xi>Id Court, and on the l.ltl ila, '
day.Mrs. |I24.5t.221M1'll' A. Special Master In Chancery. June, A. D 10'IG: ;, recorded In foi, 15' ,
Cynthia Lee was visitingher jiidHTnient, hook 3, pflffe 10.1: .and till' 11 I
nf the public records of flrarit) i'' II
I In-law. Mr. : K: OK
son and daughter. APri.irIIOM KOH
County Fli>i Ida, for the '
t Y, week. T\\ I).:.:11IXennte (;leneral I recover: ;
and Mrs. E. E. Lee, Motors Acceptance Coin ttlon
No. 1t1:1)'o'ru..j :
I i Mr. and Mrs. Albert are the ': ,: !11'1 HKHIIIIY UIVF.N: I a corporation, against li,6.Rlundes ,
and h:
H. Austin and I II!

j' :. PUT A MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR FOR YOU'LL NOT ONLY BE HAVING THE TIME:\ proud parents of a son, born Jan. Certificate that\ T. A. No.nrlnxon.Sll. 1 issued holder the of 2nd.Tax ages Holder. together nf the with sum of 2SilS din.:Hitundemltrned ''

day (if July 1 ;A, 1). 1923! has fliedsame 139,65 coats

i JANUARY 30. THE THIRD ANNUAL BIRTHOF YOUR LIFE BUT YOU'LL BE HELPING i 15.We are sorry to report that In my for office a tax and deed has to be made Issued applliation County Florida I .has. levied 1 mild 11&'ad01. ,. 'l<

\ DAY BALL FOR THE PRESIDENT INAUGTHE THOUSANDS OF YOUNGSTERS ALLOVER Clayton Johns of this section has theieon Hnfd certificate embraces ut1on lot. upon parcel the following or tract the followitiHT deNeribed 1 I"bln
: i :} URATED TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE FIGHT THE COUNTRY DISABLED BY INFANTILE moved to Graham.We that Mrs. the Florida: County of llradford; prnperty, date of In I ford Countv, Florida and situate, In 10.l ; ,
are sorry to report lo-wlt: towit't f
'J 4 PARALYSIS WILL BEAN PARALYSIS TO WIN We NI-JI4' & F:", of SF'i' & ,\IIV'. The HWV, of the. XVV'4I)
AGAINST INFANTILE THE GAME AND Glover Is still very 111. hope of HKi.. 10' of Illver Section I 11 sIi;' or Sec34. Tw P, 8 S.1 l-<
YOU'LL that she will soon recover. Townxhlii: 4 South. 1 23 22 naxl. ContalnhiK 10 nciex nor
Tom Lee of this section was vis- containing 280 acres Acres Lot N, .
morn or I.'..... Section 17 Twp,
#1 NEVER: FORGET. MONEY STAYS IN THIS COUNTY. iting his sister, Lessle Silcox, Sun The axxexHment. of the said prop Jtaiix-e'... 22 tenet: plat' of Wand, .
t : { .tlllnlnN' 10 acres more. mU.t I
n arty under the xald certificate .
; day.Herman was In the 16 Ac. NU. \( of 17 of >Voodl.iHoc. ,
r .' Lee and Ralph Gainey C'lyde.I'nlexx. name uf W. 1' I Ill'ii Tp. R 14".. H. 22 1':. IB a.

At ; I were visiting F R. Coleman and redeemed. surd utcoidlnir ceitlflcate to law.shall. he Lot 4". K.-Worallawn 22 E. 10 acre Sec niui 1". I IIi
the lexH.tiivetlier. .
family Sunday. properly" lencribt therein
will he
y Remember Sunday School at .Hold to the highest. Milder at the.cikUrthotiNe with all the teneniiKiedltittnenti ..
( Bethel every Sunday afternoon at door on the first Monday belonging and appurleni.thereun4o '
In the or 111 anyvittipertalnlnKi
THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS I 3 o'clock. Everybody welcome.EVERGREEN I.which Ix the I 2nd month day. uf..\I..r"h.March,. I 1IMH 19.1H: ., In and will ..n the I II!
: ,1 1 f 19311 tinted_ tlilit. 14th. day of January tiny ;3rd. A., A.U.U.I93 19311., In"toFebruary .1

& INDIVIDUALS ,\. J. TtlO\r.: \.... the l legal hour of Dale. hofm.nnt '.' "
i- / ,
I Clerk of Circuit Court door of the County (
.r.. T. A. Hauler. Correspondent of Bradford Cuunty. Florida. Ratios( offer said. property for .il/
: I I 1-17,11-2-14 tit public outcry, and will Hell :trname
r Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children to the highest and bent bidder 1 < ;

t \ t tf spent Sunday afternoon with her FI.t 1I'I':1t'81.1: ..r bidder. .for.ca.", to satisfy "i"1ftKecutlou.
: '. Sc STORE mother. Mrs. J. S. Rosier. der .and by virtue hereby of given that. un. (n_.. under my h..nd".lnthe'i',"
f PRIEST to $1 CARL JOHNS a final I Decree .
Miss Louise Rosier was visiting uf the.'ll ..,. rendered ( f ,Mtarke, IlrtMlford, County Fl 1)1'101.'
.I, by norabled'II U '.511 soth day of Itecember, A "
r Misses Ella Mae and Vera Man Judge of the I VdO.
V of the
'; '. ALEXANDER & COMPANY F. ning at the State Farm Friday af Nth Judicial Circuit' of "'Iorhl... In W. .T. KPPEnsON,
STUMP Sheriff
\ ternoon.Mr. I'land for Bradford County In Chancery Florida.Bradford Count)
tl dated
: January 10th 1930 In
and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were that certain cause therein lately 15-37-61-1-24.: __ _

.f 3>' t. > JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT THE YOUNG DEMOCA TIC I Visitors to Starke Saturday. I I pending.Mortgage between Corporation.. the Federal Plaintiff Farm 11 *!IIT.'H Mtl.H
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding C. I'. Crnnlty et al.. Defendant, and the :\'OTt"I.: In hereby given. Ih"ttI..r
t. I I
: .1
and iin(.lerxlHne(l, who wa. and by virtue or..a Final lie
daughter I therein
were visiting his ap or
j J-oieclimura.
made nail rendibv '
;: ;; A. J. THOMAS I mother Mrs H? '1 I pointed ax Hpeilal Master In Chan- the Honorable Selil,
: T. Redding Satur- Very to execute the nine, will H. L. -
CLKItK THE BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB the 3rd day of on Jiulare of the Circuit Court of
; OK COI'KTA. February
1 I day.Mr. i i the Icirnl hour 1936 durIng *th Judicial. Circuit of Florlilii

I I and Mrs. Russell Redding' the Court, II....... door of vale In. ,Starke before and for llradfonl, County. In I'll
\ ,
I very, date) December 33r 'l. lfU!
;\ j 'k & P. TEA CO. HALL'S LUNCH & GROCERY I spent Sunday with her mother, Florida bidder, for sell ciiNh to the, the I highest' and b..tc that certain cauxe therein' la'
I ftillowlncr de-
Mrs. Jean ; I
Gaskins.THA1X ( x rll>ed lands. ritual, lying I : and; i he. 'dank, between The Federal I I.
Inv In. lliiiilford or Columbia, Plaintiff am'II. '
--. County. /
to-wit: Florida Mhlpmnn. et al., DefeiKlantxiimlerxlKned. ,
JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. THE SPOTLIGHT SCHEDULE: last three-nuarter of Rot of who wan thereinpolnteil
Our Special Matter In Ch
I schedule changes Sunday. NKV4: of NWVi, and, the Sht(r. of
the NW/!.. all In jery to execute the same. will
# January 5 and trains will run as I Townxhlp. t Mouth Section 22, Monday the 8rd day of Felirui.

STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO JACOBS' STORE follows:: Ilaxt, ontalnlnv In all Range 611 acre 21, before 1936. during the Court the legal Houxe hour door of ,I'
more or less,
d'' i 1--! Sounthbound with the appurtenance Said sale HI.. rke. Florida. ,. Bell. to the high'
No I-Due Starke 11:31 to be- made and beet bidder for rash, the fi,
: P. I pursuant to sold. Decree
THE SUWANNEE STORE No. to satisfy the lowlna- ".,'rlbe,' lands situate, '
HART 15-Due name and eoels.
Starke M'I
FURNITURE STORE 4:28: P. 1 F:. K. J'KRHYMA.V.: lug and b /l"K In liradford CounMorUIn
No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A. A* SnetlKl"' Mailer In I to-wlt:
l-l7-t-l-31 Chancery. NI514:\ nr 8EH of SB"-)I. Sect!
,,1 CHARLEY E. JOHNS 191--Due Starke 10:25 P. M.I| | 22. Tn. II Souih H. i't 1..1: II I

GREENS GROCERY & MARKET NorthboundNo. I I ,*o'rlC''J) OP M tHTKir: MILK *>. 45 Smiths Map) : also NV
I Notice I III HWt, of SWiJ' and North S
2- Due Starke hereby given a'r"
5:05 that
I A. M. under rot su ..
(, of
| and by virtue of SVVM of BW4! Bee.
A. J. GRIFFIS No. 16.--Due Starke 12:10: P. M. I final I decree of foreclonure that certain mad. Tj: ,. 6 Smith R. 2* East (Lot N'
CANOVA'S No. 108 and rendered fij. No. 6< and of Lots No. "
PHARMACY -Due Starke 8:15: P. M. on the 38th day of De. part
camber A. 1>. 1MB by and No. 66, Smith* Map),, cental''
h Starke and Wannee Branch :7\. .\dkl..... of Honorable A. lug. In all as acre more or !lace
No. 101-Leave* Starke 7:00: A. M. Court In an,Judge Bradford the .Circuit with the appurtenance Said .xl. <
to be mad
pursuant to said Pecre
No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P.M.T. in pendingt wherein certain F. cauxe 1... Flume there 1* I to ..tl.fy the same and pout*.

J. CRUTFIN. complainant and I.tila" B5. K. FFRRYbIAN,
..Infflc or i.ala ;M.tck ai>*lon. If marl U'lt"t Wperlal- -3IYe (. Master In Chancery.

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Bradford County High School Journal 'j



EDITORIALS B. H. S. Safety ClubRepresented SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG I Educational Pageant Dr. Kellie HIT sat AND on RUN his doorsteps

1 In Jax : Given Here Thursday
-- .- -- one fine spring; day and whittledon

to the Best Interest of ? I a stick with his thirteen year
voted The Bradford Safety Club had YQu'4IU.,4NLL you P !- 'il'foO Last Thursday, January 16, an
3 old knife; as h. was silting there
Art here
i was presented
T Pageant
111011 SCHOOL State Dcwrn4A
four at the
BRADFORD representatives seuwwt .
PASTE t \\UQO\ Me.!! Ja NwNY I I at the school house twice, once at a girl and boy of the ages of seventeen

tudents. Patrons and Alumnae! Safety Conference held In Jacksonville POHTCHA'm PASTE tAa I SOOOt'S t rl"'ISI4 wild T"iEQe. $ 11:1: p. m. and again at 8:00: p, m. and nineteen respectively
Aeon** passed and called out a cheeryHello"
last Wednesday January various students, the very
WAITa4 f1R T a l\ APPLE" -
EDITORIAL- STAFF 14. I 1EpL 1 A A effoRtVOU DO t -.or t'I"f f 'fboto'I.Ib..1 AuPKxco .. Mr. and :Mrs. Qrldley reproduced to the old Doctor.

PasTa. iuT out chM I '4"uc6TIb I on the stage ten famous They went down to the end of '
.ditor-in-Chlef A. W. Anderson Wilson May, Hugh Walters. Bill You >4 Plat out -
no nse DEATI4 pictures. the block, turned around and came
To ATwtteZ
Jr. McMillan, and Olen Bedenbaugh.j LkGN) .t"1 seL"
ly1.DS1bHra back. As crossed the streetIn
b' Society Editor_____Dorothy White pt "M A6ONNA' 00 I r0'r The background wan paintedand they
J journeyed over In Wilson May'sauto I I the characters were real front of Dr Kellle'a house a biggreen
Editor Marjorie Marwlck 'TC persons
Iterary If ce\lC 'U J ONe
j and arrived there at 10'30: ( You. '. All who this car came tearing around the-
saw pageant
oke Editor________Hugh Walters II Fo,. LlfIIg :-
Editorial Editor __-Alice Royester a. m. They attended the conference 4 i y MORE CHkHce proclaimed it a most beautiful and corner and hit Put the gill The
and a- 5"1 IT. Of\ DoMor.2 \)"" car did not stop, but kept right on
'eature Editor ______:Marie Thede until noon heard many g 91 I unusual entertainment and well

I Elementary Editor _____________ I good talks and picked up much 't 0" NGI 't worth the low admission pi'Ice. going. Bob the boy. jumped and

__n ___u____ Eunice Williams useful Information for the local The pictures presented, were'"The did not get hit. Dr. Kellie phoned
I for an ambulance to get Pat to the
club.They Landing! of the Pilgrims,
had a very enjoyable time I "Drawing Electricity\ from the honplttil

TilE HABITS OF HABITS and returned about six o'clock. | Clouds," "The Lodge of Old Nokomis On the way to the hospital DrKellle'a ,

The story is told of a + I : thoughts ran through
young -------- --- "Tho Barefoot Boy, "The
scholar who< had two noisy nelghi Basketball Team -- ; : Farmerettes," "Dixie Land, ," "Pan- many different channels Would '

{i one being a carpenter and one ning Cold In the Rockies," "The Pal live? Would she be crippledtor

L blacksmith. The blacksmith liv- Won Another Game } jI Old Swimming Hole," "The Birthof life or marred in any way17 If

ed on one s.2c!: attd the carpenter the Flag" and\ "Homeward I could only get my hands! on th>

|Jived on the other. These neighbors Hooray! Our basketball team Bound.! man who ran over my daughtei,

made life almost unbearable won another game Friday They This was an educational HS well Why were she and Bob so radiantly -

' ''tot' the scholar. beat Hampton. That makes two F aa an entertaining program and happy all they crossed the
to and whole they've won this yr | street.' Arc they! engaged! They
He went < the neighbors games i nearly the whole) school attended
naked them If seek I year out of only ten or twelve I' ought to be If they art'n't t because
[' they might anew X01 It would be well If we could have
1, ( location. They agreed that !games. The first one was won more shows of this typerisors. they have been going together for

[they would. from Brooker. The players In this : two years. Well this is leap year

The scholar went to bed that game were Olen Bedenbaugh who NrI'; :&: KNt11liNOT"Lights and If Pat loves Bob she will propose
made 16 points and is undougted- to him, She has the nerve,
nIght with a sense of satisfaction. I"f 1..rnhlK.
" the Winfred bless her little heart Oh, God
ly star Hazen Randolph -
"All of his troubles were over. To I. Dear Proffessors:
Quarries, Simeon Phillips plenso' let my daughter live. she U '
I his dismay he was awakened the ./ .
wife has the insomnia ,
Artford Brown, Bill Edwards Ed- 4c My very till I have left Oh thank goodness -
[ with the
next morning noise ringing -
ward G. Imilly She often remains awake we are here at last'In
' Bagwell, S. Denmark L.
r in his enrs. He found that the
until 2 o'clock In the
had O. Jones and Ancll Futch. The rooming two hours Dr. Kellie: Is going
blacksmith moved into the carpenters
What shall 1 do for her?
house and the carpenterInto final score was 4122. /c down the steps of the hospital. Is

the blacksmith's house. The girls In their game with Resignedly yours, he crying or smiling? Why. beat

The scholar was looking out for Hampton last at the rate of 14- Billy Powell the life, If he Isn't smiling the
smile of sutlsfucUon As he Is go-
the going out but was not ,,0.
Last .; I "gVdr Dear Billy: ing down the steps ho meet Bob
considering who was coming In. Tuesday our teams played '
We often find ourselves in the Alachua. Our boys lost 27-17 and / The cane Is simple and f'/lIlY-/ going up.

I same fix when disposing of our the girls were stampeded 309.It just go home earlier Well ?" Bob aHks with an anxious -

habits. We dispose a bad one seems our case Is hopeless, w1ke. DuEL The Walking Encyclopedias, look upon his handsome, face

. only to take up another bad one. something vital Is lacking and wed Profs N. & Je:. "She Is not seriously hurt Internally -

When we dispose of our bad <> not know what it Is. It may be but her left leg and arm are
habits, we must put a good one In the lack of spirit lack of good material Dear Profs: brrken. I know It will seem ages

Its place BO that It will be difficult lack of practice or the lack SocietyDot Grace Dew Is Big Hit Pupils Get Ride Thurs. I am to be electrocuted next to me before I can have her home ".
or almost Impossible for the of- week. They sny they will grantme with me again But of course I

. old one to return. We have a game with Haw- White spent the week-end In Of Chapel ProgramIn On New "Streamliner"The my last request. What shall I want her to stay here and get the
try I. T. thorne here last best medical care In (the whole
Wednesday (
- + Wednesday when you read this) Hampton with Elaine Wynn. high school rhnpel last FrI- I whole school turned out last Yours near the hot seat world. If I ever get the man that .

Interesting Notes and another tonight at 7:30: p. m. Eunice Williams and Julia TI- day, Grace Dew twelveyearoldseventh Thursday morning and about 85 or A. W. Anderson, ran over her 1 Just don't know if I I

with Lake Butler at Lake Butler. son were visiting in Jacksonville grade pupil, made a tremendous 1)0) students got a big thrill when Dear A. W. will be able to control my temperor
Both are double headers. Friday. hit with hei dancing song, Don't you think It would be a \ not," Said Dr Kellle with
the Seaboard R. R.'s "Motor
I?, Mrs" Bynum Perkins Is recuperating "La Cocauraucha becomingly new I comfort If the warden just wouldhold much heat
, Perhaps our team will take Tommy Ritch spent the week.
In a local hospital from a Bus" to Starke. The lust
an gowned In a Mexican costume, she came your hand 'til I the last?
I "Well Doc begin to get
turn for the better (then can't end In Jacksonville rela- your +
and get visiting
a severe cold. We I
did so well that the was encored mentioned students were lucky The Heights of Intelligence, temper under control because I
any worse) but it's doubtful. tives.
are glad to she will
very be I
say once and refused to make n sec enough to get a free ride to Hampton Profs. N. & K. have the man. I knew the man that
back the first of next. week. .. Dot Sapp was visiting friends in _
-- -- ---
hit her and he confessed that he
I where school buses waited to
write for the Lake Butler during the weekend.Eddy ond.The
newspaper-and It
program which she was in AnnouncementsThe was rather angry at her because ;
Miss Annie Mae Pearce has been seems they don't-then the Hartman was visiting In carry them back. A few "bright"
sophomores was presented by Miss Middleton'sseventh we, Pat and [, had just told him of ; ;
teaching in Mrs. Perkins' place wilt Jacksonville during the week-end. Waldo without
can and and then what pupils went on to Club '
A. Safety meets the our engagement to be married and ;
during the last several days.If will the juniors do when they are Audra Bell Phillips spent the A song "The Lord Is My Shep- permlsHlon. fourth period Wednesday. All hit was In love with Pat. Will you -

the seniors and have nothing to do week-end in Lake Butler visiting erd" was the first number on the The new train la n one coach, members please attend. bo easy on the poor fellow he just
juniors do not
want to with the ?
newspaper I friends program and this waa followed by yellow and green car which seats A poster, "The Spirit of Education did not think until he had already

BI'Jj'oll'I' OF M-1IOOI. Flilt.! "I'm Living in a Oorot Big Way" 19 colored and 38 white ptumrnKtra ," Is on the big bulletin board I acted. May I see Pat now'>''

by Betty Green. In the hull, Kveiyono: see unc.1 "Yes, son, see Pat, and
Illl IIFII you may
I) <'OI'\'Y. FI.OHIU011 lllli: \ V.IOM>K.I> JIMC: 80. lll.'l.t: It Is powered by a. concealed six \
Next the forementioned read It. I will be friend under ,
The was cylinder, 168 horse gasoline easy on your
following power
report of the .
UecrliitH and Olaburname .r the sr-MOOr.( Fund. of "
the VMT ended. ..Mint.to.. 1115: with the .Dwpiuiltnry HiiliuiPH and amount or Warrants Bradford outmandlnK County' aM for rejiiiHHd number by Grace Dew and next engine. It Is coupled direct to the A member of the "Blue Key the circumstances

Chapter bv 6813 the, Arts Snprilntcml.-nl. of 1916' of of the. Public Lit\vn. I"MII'u'oll of Florida 1 1 for wild I I'liunly IN hereby published. under the provlHlonx of was a superbly enacted" pantomlne wheels by gears rather than by Honor Fraternity" wll speak hereon By G. M. T.

.1. M I." I':. iVimptrollvr. play, "Epaninonclns. Granny was electricity. The new train Is the honor system: either next
Ruby Silcox. Mammy was Mary completely air-conditioned and has week or the next. 6'n.ekaColds

Loraine Stockwell and Epanlnon- Individual seats with arm and head I All seventh and eighth grade
.., das was Claude Norman. These rests. We shall do our traveling''
girls interested( In singing/ may
I:; w on c students deserve credit for the on. by motor bus in the future. join the senior girls glee club for 6 6 6 mid

FL'XDI'1 I ,. W ro: o W m ,n w ly way to really describe this play. We wish to thank the railroad the reminder' of the semester No : Feverfirst !
let is "Swell." The
to' : A W = w E a = .a MI 1 to' w accompanying officials for giving UII the permission credit: will bn given but the ex- day
0.. .. :og-- I F e l x :v" e 7 .WI. 0.. story was read off stage by Miss to see and ride on this last/ pcricnce will be Invaluable, Mrs. ,1'1' toFI. '|'\"11t.Frre Headaches
.: ... A. n Mlddleton. e.1 /0:
m .7 ;! a .F 5 n ; Wall
word In streamlined I transportation says. Ueur; In 3l> minute
-51 -01 -'" .".' '..' -;'' .". ".. .. .... .". A... CI"I. S-! -01 G". An old l '33:: grad dropped in and ------ -
-. :9!.. : ;v;: :5-t..: L'J.t r.. ..: I A W'.I a ::::: 'i' Q l' p hIienarai Hang for us It was none other I,

than Charles Pender and his tune

McIionl fund' .------I..d- 2,249,40 lii22.U NII, KI.aK 6UK.71 lIUI.361( od 7.\l1K.4.J\ ."The Music Goes 'Round and I

I-I"'lnl H'Jt''lnl'" Tax 7'ax Nrhnol H..I' tIIM'rh.t nh.I'I..t Nn Nn 1\\0.1 1.318.45 6U.86 HO.lln UK.7: :lNO.44 41.17 27.4 od 7\1.N6 'Round" Incidentally was good II.I.I

1-1".1..1" 'rnx H'hool IIIMI..t. N" 3 _________ 7, 731111 3.,70:; 4,217.112 2,765,13 101.27 11.091.111'1.137.44' because he had to do an encore. _4 .
1-1"1,1 Tax l'I..hool' I1IMlrid No. 4 n_______ 823.37 2H.16 7.fiG jq
$I"",'till Tax H..h..ol nlMlrh.t Nu. 6 _n_____ 94.7R n.1I1I 2.42482 1.124.43 1,338.17 1.069.118 And lust were the announcements t/ ( ,ken
I-I"1,11'Kx. Nrhonl IMtrl"t :100.7 ________ HrI.S: 7.00 170.lfl 16.U 119820 MIHS Jacobs', room won the ,
Mprrinl, Tax 'I..I 'Mtrlc'l' \". 8 --______.lod I.O"7.7r. IIl.8r. 30.87 I .d 1.066.77 I,
Ppurtal" I Tax R'Iol I)IMII'h'l No. 10 630.2r. 3:19.: I 7 prize for selling the most ticketsto I
.MpeeIal, 'KX H'h..ol Ulsrirt) N.. II --------l od 78.7" 193.88 74.011\\ 3.251 I 8.61!) the show Thursday. It was a O II.I.
I-I".ln I Tnx 'hool DIMlrkt No. 12 od 1I9.29 %00.78
od 1 461.26
H".I"I" Tax 14'ho..1 PIMlrh.t. :100. 16 od 8:16.47: I 276.49! 116.00\\ 7,01))I ud 488.\18 beautiful picture. We> are to gel ,
Mnerlal Tax H'h..1 h.II..t. No. 16 ----___I 192.35 13.201 382.6111 69.831 N.171 4911.18 a volley hall and tennis court Mr. /
)""pel'IaI'l'nx H.'h".1. District' No, '17 ._. _____(fod 9634/ CHI It6.8
I-I1..lnl Tax H'h".1, 1)ialie) No. 1M _. ... --lod .:IHr..H'1 1:14.111 66.381. 8.60 od 1.749.fI5 Gray said. .,
1&1'1' Fund. or I-I'H'' T"x lIonI..1 1)Ist No.2... 551.51\ : \ 842 21: 290.07 1128.61!) -. -+ --- )
TAM Fund, ot ))4a. Tu Bonded DIMt. No.3 2,408.76 2.177.37) / 3.811.37 I 1172.76 }
IAN Fund ot Npe Txc Bon..d. 111.1. No.6 .1 1.1126.33 2.868.022.361.61 1920.84 High School to Have a. '
f IAN 1"und. or Mpe. 1'nx n"d..1 J>IMl. :100. 18. 1.354.Hj I 070.611/ 831.37 1.693.66

'.HMM Overdraft, -__n_ .-1 I 16,75240 7.447.32 1 1.635.801 D7.327.0t,1/8U20.631, 20,170.41 12.939.711) Tennis Court SoonAt the Scenic flfl ) j

'rO'I'At .. ,___.__ I
u 1 9,306.01 IU)6.651:) 1/7.327.041 U8,1I20.831) 1.\ fi.OIlI 7230.71 last! The Bradford County .
High School will have a tennis '

J1l.:PUII'I' OK Ml HOOI F'l \1)g court. Work js to begin this week Beauty ffl
under the auspices of the PWA. It 1 :
Illl tl>KOIII \ .
> C.IH. .r'. FI.OHIIIKOIt 'IIJo: tICtll I.U JIM-I a)), IIKIt: :
will be situated behind the school
The following Report. of NOTKa.: BONDS and T1MD WAit itA N1'14. arfc-c-tlnir tho HCHOOI. Fund of Hraclr
building and will be
"rd County fur the year ended Jnn 30, ., regulationsize.
I'li.l with the tin lance outxtiincllnir, and amountii' Issued. and paid '
ItM reported lIy l the 'upPI'lnt.nt r>f PuMIc Inxtructlnn for said County Is hereby published. under the The net will be furnished( by N" T'.X
pro- f'
vlxlonn of Chupter ((1813 Ai-tx of 11)15 cf the Laws. of 1"111" of the a r.
some teachers and In return -
.1. M I.EE, ( -omptroll.
they will be given a monopoly

a on the court after school hours.

"' ..", 1 w I Too, we have a volley ball court. ;, I

O 'e J:: I 'r. og Likewise this was built by the c 'w

bWe: W.n e' : Wa m I PWA. The net and ball though, I
tTDS:- ... ;; xaM" .. :;: I II :;: ;, Ern! FLq 'b! .. will have to be furnished by the r
.: .,,. : .. .s... m 1) yo,7 .c1)a '"
og : w- IflM l og l ; og'" ; lM I ;a school. e1L.-_ lrU asfHM1I J! l41 /1Y T>Ls' :
.. .
Last but not least will havea
.. :: ., .. we -
.3""I ,, ;! ,:! .
!:: .1 og !:: og og new game new tu us--Shuffleboard '
= ;,!; .- '" = -,1, = 1 = ,, ._ ,, ,,, the popular usually
:.0: : .. r.. .. :.or.. .. zo.. ..0.. I ..r.. .. : = :; .. game
played aboard ships. The for
1ieneral ____ "_
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) H"h"nl Fund _______ 2,768.06 8116.201 1,204.02 : 26,000.00 this are not as yet complete and
Mpe'. ..al Tnx I'Irhool "h.I.1 :No; 2 .___. ,
w 7.01111.00 more details will be given about all
1.,1. Tax 1I'h",1 Dlatrlrt" Nn. :a ______------I 1 I' 2,25,32/I 26.11001111// 4.1100.00 I 22.11011.1111 these
--- games week.
t+pechI Tax ScIIonI Dlsltlrt No. 8
N9.elal: : I Tax Nehnnl (tablet! No. 1.-:::: I :X:::: :: 30,000.011 20,00000: _-- --+------

TOTAL ___ ..._ '_' ----------.=-L 2,7UJ,061.: MIIII.Jl81 1,20'.113// 66.3?' '"IIIII.OUI '.UIIII (1)11) 105.00n.UII Jokes Florida Motor Lines buses travel

Florida's Main Stroois and -
.\'!'II:'r.' t\U I.. UII f.lTIF.1C }

AIIHF.TS-- Mr. Howard (in algebra I : If I m Her ar* view acliully SEEN 'from the window of Florid Motor

1I'hool Fund ___________________h_______________.__ ___ __ ____ .Dr...___ 1.918.43 Cr.Overdrattsflenaral subtract 2a from' 4a, what's the 8. -, ,, etU, I line*' new ultra-modern .tretmllaed fcusea. BUM. travel along oceanhor
"'."...n \M..t--O..n..rnl !It'hool! Fun,) ---------------------__________.-.,.__...__.._. 1. 10U difference? > ... through cccnle oraaqe qrov** and woodland, and down lb.
I'Rlan. In fa0odtoriaa--Npar'8al. Tux DI.trlc'....________________....___.____________. -.671.19 Virginia Fugate: That's what I -'" main' *lr..U and boubvardi of the .....'. principal clUa*. Only by b...
Jo'I'.n A..els-Special Tax District" _________________ -----------_________________: 714.111) .. .
T'r".n A.M"tIIII""I,1 Tax DIMtrl Ilonune .- .--.------------_____________________ 15.12 soy. Who cares? can roc i Ur us "d enter all Florida's exotic beady frequentdeparture
1/alun./ In Lepo.ltnrl.-Mpaelal. Tax 1.IMtr.. 1"8: Fun". ---__________-_____?__.__.._ 1I.1I15.9 .. fail, dependable eehedole and your choice of acenia
Fruaan M"8t.-.8p'lal Tax Uistrlcls INN ."ulld..__________________________________ 36.303.03 Noah: What are you smiling at* a route' make Uila the mod enjoyable way to irar.L

FixED ASSETS- Jopheth: I was just thinking "-- COMPLETE CIRCLE TOUR OF FLORIDA. .$12.35

Iota _. ._______ __ .________u__ ,_______________ .---_ --_______.________________ 211,375.011 how lucky it was that we could go I' ra JACKSONVILLE: Silo NT PFTEKSI5t7W$3.03:
"chool Hulldings __ ____ .. _________n____________._____________.__________ 129643.18 ahead
I"urnllure __ __ ., and build this ark without In S
1.Ibrarle.lpparatu,, :::::_ u __:_: -:_-:=-__:=::::::::::::::::=::::-:::=:::=: -,:-_=::::_-=::: 'HiHi waiting Congress for appropriation' from I; '1 i14'S UNION BUS STATION

I d41 MUS.:: t::. II. S1I1'1'il. Agent

Warrants' Outstanding General Mt'hool Fund _________.___nn______________________ 1.001.38 Elaine W (at dinner one evening Phone I20-W Oppoit Court IIouw. ,
IV".... 1I.'neral Mdnol 'und ._ ________
Uut.tanding --- ------ ------ -------------- 2,156.33
:hand '"n..al' County,. Out.tundlnL 01lll8..al H..hool Fun-__ 18,0011.00 ): How graceful you eat corn
Merlpt and Current Bills. Unpaid out atanding. Oen..a1 School Fund ____un..n. _- 6,667.61, on the cob! if.ORIDAMoTORJINE sr
Warrant.. Outstanding. Mp."lal Tax D)5trlcb.------- _. 163." Raymond P. Yeah. I used to be :
Hands Districts
Outstanding. /dpeclrl Tae ----- 7FgUq.D/1/ .
130.473.03 lf1/1/.42: a piccolo player. ,

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:1)l, //l 1J rj!3i h. n -- Junior Women's Club ShawSmithMr. 1 Gainesville To Have GUM BRANCH M.Mrs Holllngswortb.D. N. Denmark

Cor, of St k i
Sponsors Benefit Party Mls Elizabeth Ilarnage, ?
1 aftd Mrs. Junius M. Smith Symphony Orchestra> spent the week with her s'
'. The Junior Woman's Club, of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were the \I Mrs. Russell Norman.
In Concert Feb. 2
( and is announce the marriageof Mr. Mrs. D. Reddish
I' 30Clct lJ which recently organized guests of and P. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Elli

: v i under the direction of Mrs. O. L. their daughter GAINESVILLE. 23The Sunday.: Worthington Springs, were ,,
benefit bunco June Roseto
} Haynes, sponsored a which Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Miss Iris Sapp, .of Vanderbilt, ing her parents, Mr. and Mr i I.
last Friday night was
i"i ,a _.. ....--. held party at the Woman's Clubhouse. R. G. Shawof under the direction of Eugene Or- was visiting Miss Alice Edwards M. Norman Saturday afterno,
I Jacksonvilleon mandy will appear In concert here Thursday afternoon. Little Evelyn Bloodsworth "i .".n

,I I'I' j Mrs. Alvarez Reviews Woodman Circle Installs ,i, In the large assembly room of Saturday, January 18 1936 Sunday afternoon February 2, at Miss Doris Thomas, of Rising, the week-end with her aunt, ,in.
I I: Tuberculosis Work Officers Tuesday NightThe the clubhouse ten card tables were in Jacksonville 2:30: o'clock at the University au- spent Sunday with Misses Mildred Eugene Ellis, at Worthim' ,?
I I placed for bunco. Preceding the I and Norman.
Audrey Springs.
'I' :
: Bradford The marriage of this couple
Mrs. J. M. Alvare Poinsettia Grove No. 278 of : games of bunco the audience was young
'I'j'r' Mr and Mrs. D. I. Mrs. Eugene Ellis, of Worn
] :.,; County chairman, said this week Woodman Circle held Its annual favored with several entertaining came as a surprise to the j Knight were :IK:
of officers Tuesday friends of the bride. She Is the the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl ton Springs, spent Monday 'h'
of Christmas Seals ha Installation numbers, presented by local artists. -
i that aale AJw here with her parents, Mr.
at the Masonic Hall The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Thomas Sunday. nu
reached .62, which Is itlll shortof night The program was as : Mrs. F. M. Norman.
M. Smith of Starke and has made
large hall was very beautifully dec Tap dnnce--by a local dance Mr and Mrs. W. R. Conner of
'I :, the quota set by the state association. orated for the occasion. There was teAm composed of Miss Lillian her home here for the past five Starke, spent Wednesday with her Jumping beans.are consulted \

I11:\ However, she said, a a profusion of bamboo arranged Moscley and Charles Pender. years. She attended Bradford $ parents, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp. superstitious Mexicans. To th, \n

.1, t ,'1 number of regular contributors artistically about the ball and oth- Vocal solo."La Cucauraucha"by High School and was a popular Mrs. Tate Alvarez and children a jump toward them by the > m. member of the set, I
have not yet sent In their remittances er decorations which added charmto Miss Grace Dew. younger ura. of Rising, spent last week with signifies "yes" and away nu .us
i ,11'jI and she believes this Is the room were potted plants anda Mr. Shaw Is the son of Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. "no."
In a
:', variety of seasonal blossoms. Popular song"Llvlng Mrs. M. Shaw of Gainesville. But I
2, r rIi merely an oversight Great Big Way," by Betty Green he Is now making his home in i Edwards. '
"Seal money Is doing a great The meeting was called to order and "The Music Goes 'Round and T. N. Norman, who is employed
Jacksonville Is
where he employedIn
C4, deal of good," Mrs. Alvarez said. by the guardian, Mrs. Mae Green, ROUL," by Charles Pender. the business. I on the cross-state canal, spent the i REAL
J "It provides nurses for a vast and the officers marched with the grocery week-end here with his family.VANDERBILT '
The prizes and refreshment for Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will make e
i : i I number of communities, clinics Ocala guards on the floor. The -
the benefit were donated by local their home In Jacksonville. ESTATEIF
and promotes open-air schools and Woodman Circle Ode was sung by
e' ,I stores. First prize for ladles was -- -
the members.A
: preventoria. awarded to Miss Rosalind Jacobs Meeting W. M.U. (Miss Delorls Bloodsworth, Cor.) YOU WANT TO
t" 1 "A widespread educational campaign ceremony which Impressed the Business and
and was donated by Stump'slltore.Low ProgramThe SELL
as .. has been carried on vigor audience was that which Mrs. Mae prize for ladles was awardedto W. Z. Shoemaker, of Ottanham,
; ,''1 ously through school clubs and Green, past guardian surrenderedher Miss Loryee Phillips, and was business and program meet- t Kentucky has been visiting Mr. SEE US-
s { dl r s sc sx other channels, and two magazines office to Mrs. Vergle Flynn, donated by Marguerite's Shoppe. Ing of the Woman's Missionary : and Mrs. B. N. Faulkner and fam-

I teach' the welcome fact that tuberculosis now guardian. Mrs. Green gave High prize for boys went to Billy Union of the Baptist Church was L-.a.,: ily.Mr WILSONREALTY
her "Farewell Address" In such a held at the church Monday after
is both and ,
preventable Plummer, of Liiwtey and was given and Mrs. W. D. Hollings-
curable." manner that everyone present was noon with twenty-six present EUGENE ORMANDYditortum. CORP.
by Alexander's Dry Goods I worth and children, of Crescent
Mrs. Alvarez says that medical Inspired by her words. Store. Low prize for boys went to The devotional was led by the The general committeein City, spent the week-end here

research work carried on by the The officers who took the oaths N. 'I. Ritch and was given by president, Mrs. A. M. Darby. The charge of the concert here comprises with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.

Florida association Is among the of office were: Priest's Five and Ten Cent Store. topic was "Like Unto Heaven Mrs. John J. Tigert, Mrs.

,c best in the country as proven by' Guardian-Mrs. Vergle Flynn. During the evening members of which proved to bt a most Interesting Rudolph Weaver, Mrs. Wayne M.

the reduction in death rate from Advisor-Mrs. Anita Griffls. the club served refreshments which one. Neal and J". E Johnson, assisted by ',Freshly Roasted 1 Freshly Ground'COFFEE :

I this disease here. Chaplain-Mrs. Mildred Powell. I were composed of coca-colas and The program was in charge of the leading: civic organizations and
Clrclo Number One Mrs. L. G. clubs of the city.
J She concluded: "The Tlmes-Un- I
Attendant-Miss Elizabeth Williams peanut butter sandwich crackers. :
l ]I ion recently carried an account of The refreshments were donated by Powell leader The topic for the Ormandy, who will lead the orchestra o

t j I the alarming prevalence of tiiberI the following grocery stores: S. R, program was "The Kingdom of in Gainesville at its fourth
Assistant Attendant Miss Edna
I I! culosls in the Tennessee Valley Johns and Sons, Suwannee Store, Heaven Is Like."-An interesting local concert, recently was signedby I EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE
i I area, the cause of which Is un Hutto. A. & P. Store, and the Coca-Cola article was read by the leader Mrs. the Philadelphia Symphony Or- MRlch Full Bodied" "MildMellow"Lb.
known. Let us be vigilant that Musician-Mrs. Maude Andrews Bottling Company. Powell after which Rev. C. B. chestra to replace the veteran

such a condition may not occur In Auditor-Mrs. Vonda Inman. Members of the Junior Woman's Price gave an interesting talk relative Stokowlski who has resigned to do fAAI'SI fNlO 1 17c Lb. 19c

IrD Florida. Remittances from seals Captain-Mrs. Gladys Harrington. Club wish to thank all contribu- to the convention which was musical sound research work. Or-

or donations are welcome at any tors for the splendid cooperationin held at Arcadia last week. He gave mandy has few peers In the musical BOKAR"VigorousVl1ney'eWNEAEEWNOMYRUIES

f time." Secretary-Mrs. Lulu Hutto. helping make the party a suc- a description of the Orphans Home I world today. He will assume Per Lb. 23c
Banker-Mrs. Louise Williams. cess. A sum of $5.75: was made and told about the methods used his new contract In the spring and
l Inner Sentinel-Mrs. Emily Den- from the benefit. there. Rev. Price also told the this tour will probably give Flori- WINNER ROCK GROUND
i mark. ---.--- Society about the little girl there diana their last chance to hear him

I Outer Sentinel-Miss Amy Moore Meetings to Be Held who they are supporting. In the state.Outoftown. GRITS 5 Lbs. 13c

Reporter-Miss Vonda Inman. The Duainess meeting foirowed concert'goers can .
Yes! Installing officer-Miss Myrtle There Is being held a series of the program with reports from the secure tickets by writing or wir- FINEST scoco -

I O. Crump, National Attendant and meetings beginning Monday, Jan officers and committees. The ing the Gainesville Chamber of
I + ? State Manager, of Tampa. uary 20, at seven o'clock each eve- treasurer's report,showed( that our Commerce. LARD 2 Lbs. 25c
WE STILL HAVE Installing Attendant-Mrs. Von- ning at the Baptist Church in apportionment for the year had Tickets can be securleJ by wir-

A FEW OF THOSE da Inman Hampton. The public Is Invited to been $60 over the amount sub- ing or writing the Gainesville

Installing Chaplain-Mrs. T. C. attend these meetings. Services scribed. The same pledge of $150 Chamber of Commerce or at the l\oIAUY-ANN OLD FASHION
DELIGHTFULAnn Hutchings will be conducted by the Rev. C. E. was made for 1936. A fine personal University Auditorium before the

Installing Musician-Mrs. C. A. Cutshaw. service report given and concert. Price of admission has MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c
Knight. plans made for the pew year. been placed at a most nominal

t 'PageHouse Following the installation there Crump told the Starke Grove that Successful ,, sum and there will be no reserved 'DIXIE'CRYSTAL _
was a series. of short talks by Miss the National President would be In U. D, C. Give sections.

or Street Crump, Mrs. Flynn and E. K. Jacksonville February 28, and that Table TeaA The general committee In charge SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
Sage, past bead council. Miss they were all invited to be pres- comprises Mrs. John J. Tlgert Mrs.
successful table tea was given Rudolph Weaver, Mrs Wayne M.Neal ., .. _
ent.The by the W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit-
audience was favored by the and J. E. Johnson. PLAIN OR SELF-RISING-IONA
ed Daughters of the Confederacyon
t fl SPRING'SFIRST following program: Friday afternoon at the Wom- -

Song-Joyce Lillian Moore. an's Club House, :which was gaily Yum-Yum Salad RecipeBy FLOUR
Song-Miss Moseley decorated with U. S. and Confederate Mrs. O. L BeasleyThe
Reading-Miss Lucile Mitchell.
flags, white narcissi, red roses
Presentation by National and and gernanlums. This color motif following recipe for Yum- 6b.Sk. 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb. Sk. 48-lb. Sk. t t

t tf tt i SLIPOVER State Miss officers.Myrtle Crump-.escort Miss very beautifully-''carrled out the Yum well Salad, which Is deliciousas at 23c 43c. 83c
' J U. D. C. ciSlors of:'Write! and red. as daintyto serve $1.63
I Elizabeth Williams parties was given by Mrs: O. L.
SWEATERS Mrs. Vonda Inman, national rep- In the center of the auditorium Beasley.

resentative, escort, Edna Hutto. was placed a larg serving table, Yom-Yum Salad FRESH! FANCY RIPETOMATOES .

ALL WOOL E. K. Sage, past head council, I which was surrounded by num- 2 No. 2 cans crushed pine- 2 Pounds for 15c
escort Amy Moore. bers of small tables at which the pineapple.

3M Mrs. C. L. Keaton alternate representative guests were seated and served. The 1 cup sugar ONIONS Yellow Globe 3 lbs. for lOc
f t escort, Mrs. Emily large serving table was covered Juice of one lemon
I, Denmark. with an Irish lace cloth and centered I I Boil together and when it I LETTUCE 2 Heads for 15c
These officers were escorted by a huge bowl oi red and white reaches boiling point remove

.lj : r through the bridge formed by the flowers; tall red candles In silver from fire and add three table- YORK APPLES 6 Lbs. For 25c
to the
candelabra also added
Poinsettia guards. Grand honors spoons of Knox Gelatine, which
t were given them and they were charm of the table. At one end of has been soaked for 30( minutesin CELERYGRAPEFRUIT Stalk lOc
escorted to the rostrum. the table Mrs. S. E. Brownlee pour- 1.2 cup of cold water. When

Only The traditional presentation of ed coffee and at the other end all begins to congeal add one Fancy Florida 5c
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrlck poured tea,
gifts followed.A heaping cup of grated cheese
98c gift was presented to Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Blggs"Vas in chargeof and 1-2 pint of whipped cream. FANCY DELICIOUS AND \MNF.SAP:

Il Mae Green, past guardian, Mrs. the program, which was open- Pour into moulds and serve on APPLES 2 Lbs. for 15c19c
r Vonda Inman and Miss Crump ed by a brilliant piano duet by Mrs. lettuce leaves top with a little
and various Ellery M. Davis aIM! 'Mrs. K Q. This SYRUP
were presented corsages, mayonnaise. serve approx- Log Cabin 12-oz. I.
gifts were given to Mrs. T. C.Hutchinga Duncan, and was followed by JohnH. imately twenty persons.:

I /! Mrs. C. A Knight, Mrs. I Powell, whose''fplendld voice NOTE: All recipes received CORN No. 2 3 for 25c !r
TIIK!>K ARK POSITIVELY Nat Williams, Mrs. Kenneth Har-I has many times delighted Starke through the mall are appreciated -

::1 $U VALUES!: PRICED rington, and others by the grove, audiences Mr. Powell sang "Love's and will be published as soon PEACHES Ion No. 2l/2 2 for 25c
THIS LOW FOR QUICK and "Because of
i Old Sweet Song"
!IF14 as a token of the high esteem in aa possible.
'? SELLING. which they are held by the memo You" Little Margaret Montelth Society,Editor. JELLO 3 Packages 17
and Marvin Montgomery grace-
t ? All Sizes Colors bers.A social hour was enjoyed when fully performed a minuet of Colonial SALMON Pink Tall Can lOc :
1 f And Styles As New refreshments of sandwiches coffee, days, with a gay piano accom- SULTANA PEANUT
and cakes were served by the paniment played by.'Mrs.: Jeanette
' 1 '. As TomorrowLAST committee. Kincaid. A Spanish song, "La RITZ THEATRESTARKE BUTTER 1Lb.. 15c 21-oz. 19c I

t, Cucaracha," was sung by Miss ANGELUSP
Grace Dew, a Junior High school
CALLON pupil and she was also accompanied & G SOAP 3 For lOc
II by Mrs. Kincaid. Miss Dew was PROGRAMBEGINNING NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c
OUR LADIES costumed In striking'Soaniah style
I OurWalking and Interpreted her. song with FRIDAY APPLES Fine Evaporated 2 Lbs. 25c

SIENTIFFICKSHOES rhythmic, coquettish gestures, and SUNNYFIELD-RUCK WHEAT
Testimonial was enthusiastically applauded.As FRIDAY JAN. 21
: the 10th of this month Is the "It's A Great Life"Joe PANCAKE FLOUR 2 For 15c :

Itl r "FRIENDLY" SHOES anniversary of the birth of Gen. Morrison WALDORF
3.95 Robert E. Lee, Mrs, L. O. Powell TOILET TISSUE
6 For 25c
president of the local chapter, S.\Tt'RDAVJAN.21S ;
tl VALUES VALUES When a customer of ours steps made a few appropriate remarks -Double Feature-- ANN PAGEKETCHUP I

; 2.95 3.25 out iu a pair of Fnendhes we and ;Impressively reajl jThe Swordof Large Size lOc ::
; like to know his feet look well Lee," by Father Ryan. "Super Speed"With 1I.\lUl'TOSSOIA AND
THEY SOLD LIKE HOT -in case he's asked where he Much Credit Is due Mrs. J. K. CRACKERS "
I SPRINGDRESS got his shoes. Wilson and her capable committeewho Norman Foster Pound Box lOc
managed this pretty affair Florence Rice HUNN\FIELDCORN
AND NO WONDERAT Then too we know little and entertained about one hundred and"Paradise FLAKES 1 1It..J
I points of fit around the Box 6c
Material guests. Tho proceeds will go to I Canyon"with
t ,\1 1
ankle the
I across instep help the district scholarship fund for a i
( I
make him a satisfied customer. student at the Florida State College John Wayne t
ii.f f.?} Stop in and see our new line. for Women. SALAD DRESSING PI. 1Sc; Qt. 29ct
i 98citANCfen We have them in wingtips, M14S11)N SI1N.-IS., JAN. 26 .c: 27
'r i and HVLI "The
straight tips plain toes- Bride Comes
in black and tan. Again an Interesting topic from WITH QUART l\IE'SIJRF'REE
:i tho Bible gripped the .ertlon of Home" ,

s} the class huge in a'z' ,considering' Clao.Ii.' ., 'tFifd PENN !"n!rnQ'HL!
3 : i 'l' iL C (' ...... it- NEW the weather->u Tuesday eveningat Mtwviurruj gal. $1 lJ SSUNNi'FiELi

'u tti I.I YOU HURRY OU'LL the study h< ur. Robert Young "
WE'\'E The subject being Faith, various ) *
\ ; RTILL UK I.V TIME: TO interpretations were given and Tt'E.WEIJ.! .I\N. 28 & 29

:, FIND ONK Til.XT SUITS! II.\UULY many took part In this after which "Case of The Lucky OATS 3 Lb. Box 15c I 1
II.\U the leader brought the illumina-
: "\I'i YOUR! HTYLK; OF I1RAU- TIME tion and inspiration completing a Legs" 70-8(1) ( SIZE -" '" ." _."._

''l'J TY. profitable evening of rumination of Warren William

J Tn LOOIiT'T the scriptures.The Genevieve TobinTJIi'Rs.FlU. PRUNES I IOU.NO.OTJIER'8Frt'tlh
6 Lbs.
much 25c'
sponsors were pleased
.\ $ J.\N. 30 A.; SI
SEE: THEM I.V OUR 5Ttt with the report of the good meet-
OURSELVES! Ing held in their absence last "Bad Boy"CASH : _
WINDOW week. --- Plain or Sliced
j 'l New faces are constantly! appearing NITE EVERY: WED- BREA n-O'IJ. Iloli'e U-oz. 13-oz. 21-ot.
; i I Jarmn "FRIENDLY" Sbo.Alexander and it is of .Interest to NES ).\V. Those attending 6c 6c'8c lOc

\r Alexander & Co. Alexander & Co. I note Watch that many of these,, are men. price show by Tuesday leaving are their eligible name for -- -
& Co. the bulletin board for with cashier Tuesday. A. & P. FOOD STORE.A.U
1 1k next week's meeting; surprises are
I on the way soon. ST\RKE FLORIDA

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w. P. Smith and W. P. Smith, l I The Woman's Christian Temperance Mra. VondaJnman served a buffet certain that (Congress will speedily '- In this great work of turning mi-:

I Jr.. are visiting! .the ,home of the Union will meet Friday sapper In her home Tuesday act on the legislation/ that we cry Into happiness r"
I former's eon and daughter-in-law afternoon with; Mrs. J. T. Quigley night to the following ladies attending have asked for One hundred and H. H. Young. Presiderr

Mr. and Mrs. S. >9. Smith, of Perry. time 3:00: o'clock. Friends of the the installation of officersin ninety-one new Townsend Clubs ----1IJVESTOCK-- _- -
Bits of cause find a cordial welcome at the local grove of Woodman Circle were organized f 1 ittflnur country the MARKET

Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Canova and. these meetings.Mr. Mrs Jewel Bray. Mrs. Bessie first week of January and the organization Prices of all classes of livestock
I Wilson Mrs. G Modlln. Mrs. lo[. now has a fighting
sold at the Central Florida Llv-
small son moved this week Into
: : and Mrs. Mr. Home Mrs Bessie Simmons. Mrs. itirngth. that can no longer be Ig- stock Market yesterday still held
their new bungalow on Eighth HV C Wall
I Local Ne1* I nored law makers at Washington .
Annie Went VIrs. J M. Tyler Mrs. by our
Street which was recently com- :and Mrs. T. F. LaAdium; and Mr. I their goal.
I G. M McCtinn all of Ocala and D. C. Our next regular
I pleted. and Mrs. J. 0. Godwin, of the State 1 1 Top No. 1, 180 to 250: Ibs $8.00
Miss Oils of Tampa club meeting will be Monday night
BUSINESS AND Myrtle Crump 100 Ibs.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. I Firm, spent the past week-end at per
.Jacksonville: Beach as tho guestsof February 3, at the Court House. Top No. 2, 150: to 180 Ibs.. $7.60
OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN 200 good home All who would like to banish
PROGRESS Pprclul pounds ; pov-
I Sgt. and Mrs. T.:':" Hancock. --- --- per 100 Ibs.
feed J2.50 at Sill trunk'.. ." erty from our country should attend .
The Townsend Club I Top No, 3, 130 to ISO Iba.. $7.50 p.
this meeting and do their part
1 I 100 Ibs.
per i
., Mrs R. F. Clark who has been Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall, of The Townsend Club met at the. Top No. 4. 110 to 130 Ibs. $7,40

making her horn In Tunnel City Cll ra, are announcing the birth of Court House, Monday night In I Don't Get Up Nights I per 100 Ibll.I i
and Mrs. T. C. Chastain were Mr and Mrs. Paschal Walton, New York for the several a son Leaton Harmon on January session. There I
r. ,. past regular was a very :MARK THIS :t..., TKSTTT I Top No. 5, 50 to 110 Ibs.. $7 10
ent visitors to Macclenny..lisa of Jacksonville were the guestsSunday j years returned to her home here 19 Mrs. Hall was formerly Miss good attendance considering the I 100 Ibs.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.1 Maurice Morgan.daughter of Mr, anti the audience ..., .IT ..fails. to .fife. nut Impurities per
i recently.Mrs. weather was en- ,1 t xi ** IK him which souse tin Ir- Top calves, $5 23 per 100 IDs
Ella Armstrong of Madison, Mitchell. I and Mrs Leaton U. Morgan, of thusiastic as speakers brought to uuitlurlly I hat wakes you up.| lthu ) 100 Iba.
-- -- |I heifers $3.50
Top per
'hu. Ju"II>'M" nil ftf In I IltlleN
and Mrs. W. L.
visiting Mr. Starke. them the merits of the TownsendPlan. .
here 1 Nrt'a| in U'tM allfil Uuktn the I I Top butcher cows $5.00 per ICO1>t
of .
Ira R. Corn, Pasadena. :
Ii. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, of Our club now boasts a mem- bindd.n',' l ixatix P. works. on thMuOiltM ..
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I IbH.
Calif., who has been here visiting slaInl', ) tn' HHtnt .II on thohoolH
herewith I
Jacksonville spent Sunday Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harrlrtg l bership of 681 persons and the .. Poorly. HI'tiiiK hliulitfr. CHMuiiso Top butcher steers, $5.60 per 100
I his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. movement Is growing so rapidly allover MI a'"it\ flew, ft cuuunt dxello' ,
'ave 20% on your automobile II I Canova left this week for a visit ton are announcing the birth of a : )lniiiihiK; i.r bn.knoh. In font iluvn, lbs.
(uranre', convenient terms too.I 1 J. Rigdoa. in Miami. son, Stephen Marion, on January our country that we can re..1I' It not |raised. .1 a"\' .I..."..MI..I will I I r.t",1 ..- Top butcher bulls $5.15: per ICOIbs
your tar :l1I1'I'h.II') N Urutf"
'Icon Realty. 1-17-Stp, I 10 Mrs. Harrington was formerly Htnrv. .
Mrs. K. E. Canova, Miss Mary Miss Gladys Williams daughterof 'HIM MtMK. OK '1'11101"1': OFFl.Olllltt. I II. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe, of I i I. .
R. Corn
J2ol. H. V. Knight spent Monday I Canova and Mrs. Ira were I Mr. and Mrs. Nut Williams of II nppcHihiK liv nfflilnvll flli-d 'lit -
visiting relatives In Gainesvillelast Savannah Ga., spent the past Sta rke.I that (.(.itnlii HitNf hi the ('lr<'nilf'miit. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
[ High Springs on professional I week-end here as the guests of In find far nrHflfnril. County,
Sunday. I Kltirltlii. I In I'hsaoery fntltliMl.' 10uirmio i
iness Mrs. Varnodoe's parents Mr. and I plotter. I'lnliulff. \ furryIlunixr My Many "Year K.x: |. Tlom'e :Make It Pnnnlblo for Me to Render
-- --- Mrs. W. P. Smith. (.ompl"h .md u( Sintrunk's. .. ilPfrndlmt' nod the' cliff EFFICIENT rilOMPT: and IfHWTEOrS! SERVICE'
Sandwiches and hot drinks will ova''t for tiHnw IHvori'i 'that the I I
of Lawtey, spent
cronilnnt' In a rmlilvnt .f a Slalo' MODERATE PRICEHStarke
week-end here with Mr. be served from 2 to 3 p. m. Satur- unknown to rinliiurr nod
or County '
past I Mendozaand ---- --- 1 Florida
Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. : ,
day, to all those attending the IH i>\>Hr the axe of tn ntv-nm> vunrnuul :
I i Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. Ilulld- Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville :Jlr. and Mrs. Jo? Thomas anddaughter 'h.*M* IN. nn 'person In ih> Htiitr 1 I DeWITT C. JONES
food ante at the Woodbrldge
were the guests Sunday of small Juan, of St. Au- of Ploi Ids I nvrvUe: ; of nvrxomll: 'proreK
Ilpnlahnlll would pi'iHotiHllvhlnil i
Busbee and Mrs. M. Ing. _.
Bert I
1 Irs Mrs. Mendoza's parents, Mr. and gustine, spent the j>ast week-end Hiild OpfHlulnntIT ,
r try of Lake Geneva were vls- IS OUI) IU'I1.: that I hiI>i>fi>n- II.
l'st'rs here Wednesday.Miss David Montelth of 1.IU1chester.N. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. here visiting Mrs. Thomas' parents ,dnnt Car.>v lluuttr, appear" / to (ttii'
i- Mr and Mrs. Smith Denmark, andMI' lull fif (''''''I,11f11l1 on the 2ml day. of
H., Is here visiting his son and Miss Mary Edwards, of Lawtey Thomas' mother. Mrs. Ed Murih. A l h in.il) oilirr-vlxv, .. n !11erre. NOTICE TO CANDIDATESAND
I'm <'oiifeno wllh. fittnoitairiilnNl
Marie Tlson spent the past daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. i .
was the week-end guest of her un- Thomas. Ilet ror her fnlluit to ai)-
Ivk-end in Jacksonville visiting A. Monteith. pear
and and Mrs. A. Z.
cle aunt Judge
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brother, Bill Tison. .It IH fort' ,)ter OltmilKI I1. thai IhlH PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES
Adklns and her grandmother, Mrs. John L. Wilkes of Jacksonville .1.11x., hi published. onrn a week fur'
Mr. and .v C. L. Stockwelland foul, I'oiiHiM'iitlviverkM In the lirail- '
Mrs. M. E. Edwards.
JoL and Mrs. A. S. Crews ands. children Mary Lorraine and and Mrs. .J!. Buchanan of ford County 'lKtiiph a IIVWKPUPPIof "
Baltimore Md., were the guests of Kt'iicnil" vtrruklllnn pnMlnlircl, Inllinclf.,1,1
C H. Naaworthy spent Tues- Kathleen spent Monday visitingIn Coiinl '. 1.9nrldn.11'ITNI'Ra .
, afternoon in Gainesville. Jacksonville. Mrs L. W. Halbrook and small Mn. Wilkes' brother-in-law and : mv 1) hand and offlulnlNeal Although investigation has led us to

son, Merrill, returned to their Mister, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- of said Coiitt. this 21 day of
-- ---- believe that the usual for Political
home in Lake City Sunday after aweek's to Inniiniv' A, l h. t'linItl'KICIAI. charge
l\fr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon and Mrs. Tolbert II. Black of Gaines kins, They were en route (: ; NIAI.i I !
visit here with her parents Gainesville and OCR la. A J TIIOMAH) Announcements throughout the p
.. and Mrs. H. V. Knight were ville, is spending this week here Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews.Jlom..mlld. C1 i.k ;of Circuit (Court '
cent visitors to Gainesville. visiting her.parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. Misses----Marjorie--Stump and- Lois KIIAN'K Bradford I.ANnill'M."'"""ty. l.Inrldn.. State is Sp'l I0, the Telegraph announces '

N. Kendrick. ., cakes and plea will at the Attorney for rinlntlffAnnouncement. for this class of ad
hlrneftt food sale will be held Long, who are students 1-24-61-2-21 the following rate

, liturday from 2 to 5 p. m. at the Henry Manasaa James Dennis be sold Saturday nt ooilbrltlgo Florida State College for Women .-=
from 2 to 5 m. vertising. ,
Building |p. weekendhere ;
will spend the coming
|oodbrtdge Building. Joe Edwards Jr., and Al Manassa, t
in Jacksonville last with Miss Stump's parents, ,
were visiting
The Rev and Mrs. B. ]!,f. Mont- Sunday afternoon. Corporal Emmett R. Brown of Mr.and Mrs. F F. Stump anti Miss
Wed- Headquarters Company First Brig Lcng's mother, Mrs."F H. Long. -- Political AnnouncementsIf
( mery were In ade Miller Field,*of Staten Island _._
isday_visiting Mrs. L. D. Vlning. Miss Gloria Johns several of Jackson-here !1 New York is here visiting his uncle Florida--Runner-- -I..unllt. -Seed at Inserted Before April 1 7.50
ville Is days
spending and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. and :Swd t' To All Stomach Sufferer 1 1i
I l Slnlrunk'M Feed 0.I
Misses Dorothy Sapp and Louise with her grandparents, Mr. and (Not more than 50 lines)
Hutto. i
iiyder spent last Sunday after- Mrs. T. J. Griffin. : I'I ---- -- -- The following) local manhunts I

in GainesI Dr. and Mrs. Homer Thompson, 1
friends -
ton visiting B. are now dlntrlliiitors for dun-
Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Dr. H. of Jacksonville will be week-end I
I Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. J. C.Hoovel' .
Trove, "The'orld'II Greatest
McLendon Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Political Announcements
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis -
and Mrs. J. H. spent
Dr and Mrs. Kent Shepard, offww last Thursday in Palatka with Wall and Friday J. M., where Mitchell they were attended in- Dr. Thompson Is presidingelder :Stomach Remedy:" I If Inserted After April 1 5.00
of the Jacksonville district.
, York week-end H. C. Richard. iitioMN'N rlu'y.V.. M. mrr
City, were Mrs.
* funeral services for George Liv He will at the Methodist .. (Not than 50 lines)
"*,'sts of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carter preach U. U. KIM.V i J. (iiiKK.N: more C
ingston. Church Sunday morning and will J r. MM>(i '\
p Mr. and Mrs. J.: T. Quigley spent
hold a quarterly conference Sunday !I. II. JOIIM J. \\VllirhJ A
several days last week in Bradenton -
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. A. Z. "O'\j'.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. D. Doyle and Sarasota and the Baptist State Adkins are spending Thursday and afternoon. Ads Running More Than 50 Lines Will Be

as Patricia Lambe spent last Convention in Arcadia. of this week In St. Augus These merchants are glad to
afternoon in Jack- \V) are distributor of the old Charged At Proportionate Rates.
day visiting Saber and tine. They will be accompaniedhome reliulrin. Maps' Fertilizer. 8I..- o\pl.tln. the benefits. of thin wonderful -
Mrs. Karl
vllle. :Mr. and
by Mrs. Biggs' mother, Mrs triinlt'tt Fred and Seed Co. stomach mtxllclnn. mid
Parrish of Jacksonville
--- --- Mrs. M. '
O. J. Griffin.Mr. authori/ml to DISPLAY ADVERTISING 25c PER INCH
lirA refund the
Jou't forget the food sale Satur- were here Saturday visiting Mr. t'
at the Woodbrldge Building. and Mrs. A. H. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. C. ft Llndsey Mr. purchase price to anyone that
and Mrs. R. V. Turner,
and Mrs. W. D, Adorns of Win- .
)ale (fit Methodist Church. lix-K nut get al ,Hohit.. IIaU.raa-
Green Cove Springs, announce the ston-Salem. N. C..,# '.rivad Tuesday IN ADVANCE
-b.- -- tHs8Mll -* Mrs. A. A. Brown returned Monday tlon after taking thn tonic.(1AMT11OVR .
birth of a daughter Mary Ella on for a visit here with Mr. and Mrs.
"SlcRae student where
19, in Green Cove I
Sunday January D. P Mrs.
Carpenter Lindsey
He at State at funeral services torhel'
the Hospital she attended I : MST COKP. '
juttahoochee, is here visiting her brother, H. H. Edwards. Springs. Mrs. Turner was formerly who !baa been visiting/ here for the I

Jents.ol. ----- Miss Pearl Johns daughter of past two weeks has been In Jack J\YKSON\.U.I.E.I.\. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

-- Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rigdon attended Mi. and Mrs. B. F. Johns of sonville visiting Mr, and Mrs. I

and Mrs. D. E. Knight and funeral services for Mat- Starke. Frank Carpenter.
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1, IE' Mary Beth Knight spent Sun- thew Crawford of Lawtey Thurs- MATH CRAWFORD -

In'Lakeland as the guests oft day at Evergreen Cemetery.Mrs. [
Funeral services for Math Craw
Knight's brother-in-law and'err ford farmer living near Lawtey, PKINCK: CARTON OPCIGARETTES
Mr. and Mrs. Carles Larsen. L. E. Moseley spent the atEvergreen I
were held Thursday afternoon ALBERT TOBACCO Can 10c $1.15
[nclay they went to Sarasota past week-end in Jacksonville as Cemetery ,

ore Col. Knight attended to bus- the guest of her brother-in-law and

' +S ----- sister, Mr and Mrs. C. F. Boyer. SIbs '10 'Ibs '

r NAT SEZ: CENT A WORD Su ga.I:. 25c TIP TOP GROCERY Meal 20c ) .

s The man who thinks that he can COLUMNFOR (}. If. NASUOHTIIV, Ounpr anil Operator

make u living by fooling the other S BOXES 4 ItOXKH
In shape.
SALE- good
fellow usually winds up In the poor See Elliot Williams, Starke. MATCHES lOc SPECIAL REDUCTIONS-REAL SALT lOc

e houxe. I never was crazy about Up :
t lit Ing In the poor house and be- PLANTS FOR SALE-::-We handle,

slim I like my "lfe' cooking better Arkansas and Maryland Straw- COCOA lSe .. CATSUP lOc '
nithow. That IH one of the berry plants. Give us your order. -' :-.: ,-- :(:-' ...- -- ": : :. : ""' :: '
Brownlee Bros. 1-17 4tc

Many good reasons why I have WANTED-A man to tend a small AF1 LJS Pork Beans 3 ens lOc MUSTARD Qt. l lOc

lever mlnreprexeiitetl the goods farm on shares and look after BUTTER Qt. 15c jar

that I ",-ll and I don't aim to start 15 head of cattle. See George L.

now. Futch, Lnwtey. ltp PURE: FRESH GROUND Charmer Coffee, 2 Cans 25c \\UFM. HOI-SK

SEEDS for Spring Planting arriv- 25c TOMATOESNo2e'n7eCOFFEE: Lb.
COFFEE 2Lbs. 27c
JANUARY CLEARANCE ing at White's Store, such as .

Beans Peanuts Oats Rye, Tomatoes -

Pepper Egg Plant and Irish

Ladies' Winter Coats, formerly $11.50 __ __ .$9.95 Potatoes. See us before buying.Jan. .

Ladles' Silk Dresses, formerly $5.95 __ .._ __3.95 3-Gt

Ladies'< Fall Shoes. $2.95 Values _ $1.98 JUST RECEIVED shipment of I 1 7C | 10 lbs. 25cM'1NEMT .

:Men's Blue Serge Suits Big Value _$H.95 seed. We carry full line of gar Flour 22c 39c R JtfB
den and field crop seed, all ore it U11ITE RIIUIOVLARD

-It'ST IN-WHITE KEDfCEn I'IUCES guaranteed fresh. Get our price .. . Lb. 12icisdjjp
before buying. We have full line '. ., -- .. ) '.:Ii .,". .. .. -'.
SPORT OXFORDS SWEATERS of Fertilizer and Fertilizer mate .

All Latest Style V'ulnas. I'p'tl) $1.98 rial. Brownlee Bros. 1-17 4tc TIP TOP MARKET Bacon Plates, Ib. TOP PRODUCE '

$2.45-$2.95 $1.00BIG SPECIAL Hor8l1d'"Mule; Sale at J j ItKST WIIIFKBACON

Central Florida Livestock Mar-
ket Gainesville Fla., next Monday :LA. ROUND Lb. 20c

VALUE A OVERALLS REAL VALUE Si January 27, beginning at STEAK Lb. 19c FJ\NCV' LETTUCE Each 5cI

BOYS OVERALLS noon. Hogs and cattle will be sold WISONSIN:
WORK PANTS Horse and Mule
right after the IIUSII
sale. This should be a good time STER.V CHEESE Lb.
All Size 21c

59c Regular$1.00 91.25 Value to sell any class of livestock. STEW Rib 121cFLA. POTATOES 10 Lbs 20c

LOST- One black leather case Macaroni, 3 pkgs 12c
containing order book and other! I CI1U'K S\\'KKTPOTATOES
OUR PRIDE NEW ARRIVAL val.mblo papers at or near BrownWarehouse ) .> n OIk T T I trANC1 F.HV.O.c,XiK ,"... .

'IVNSINO WEARHOSIERYe f.DIRS' '*s tm r J.aAJ. .&u" Lb. 11tJ '/e ,; .t
SPRING COATS I It found please hand. to Mr. Brown-1' FIIKSII L x

(' I lee, and greatly oblige. A. A Ha- .,

89c-$1.00 $11.50Sae W.zen.Wood Gainesville and Sons Representing, Richmond, Va.T.I J I j j2lp MACKEREL 2 f for 15c Soda Crackers, lb. lOc BANANAS 4 Lbs. ISc

j YOIJNOHENS Ging. Snaps lb. bx lOc

Vour Cnh*. Our RegUterReceipt Yonrone3"11: WorthMEN'S NOTH'K OF S\LK | r Lb. 19c WALNUTS Lb. l 15c
SHIRTS To All Whom It May Concern: i Grah. Crackers lb. 12c

PREMIUMSAre Notice Is hereby given that I will
White or Fancy t
u..rulnll Cost on 16th day of February A. D. F.tNCY; OH.NKU 1-lh Can: i'tNC''
Very DelMonte Argo Prunes 2 Ib pkgs 15c
$1-$1.50-$1.95 1936. sell to the highest and beat or ,

You Nothing. bidder residence for cash In at public Starke auction Florida at BEEF 15c Bulk Peaches or Apples, 2 Ibs. 25c OATS 32"OZ. lieFIVCV I

one Model A Ford. Two Door Sedan I.AROK TENIIEU Lh. Can AU\ PEANUT
Red Bliss Seed Potatoes Sack $2.75
JANUARY 30 AT TilE WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING. Engine No. 263710, for pay- ,

STERNBERG'S This ment Jan of 24th storage 1936.upon said car. ASPARAGUS 15c Peanut Seed Fla. Runners, Bu. $1.00 BUTTER 240z 23ciDAY

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d dIll SE\ ISLAND COTTON ann. ," ,
MOVE FROM: TRENTON convicts at a road camp near Per meat of Senate President W ii.t,
I;! : ( ;i l ry ended their "strike" as eight C. Hodges, of Tallahassee "

I TRENTON Three solid carloads LIVE STATE NEWSNews voluntarily returned to work, six candidate for Governor will roe(
FARMERS SECTION ordered into confine- this week In
; 4 J" .;,' uf Sea Island cotton, the largest were solitary the form of a '.f t ,ii u
ment at the State Prison and two wide radio hook-up fromi,.
amount of the staple to leave a of Florida in Short were transferred to another camp. Friday night Jan 24 at 6-45: i. lffi)
Conducted by Demonstration AgentsRURAL Florida shipping: point at one time h.J The men refused to> go to work after Radio stations Included in n]
In many years, were shipped from = lunch, and banded themselves hook-up are WMBR, Jackson lie

here recently There were 116 together Inside the Inclosed prison WDBO, Orlando, WDAE TunD,," ,
____ IL'ft bales In the shipment, which was .-- --- camp yard. They demnded "more WQAM, Miami, WMFJ. Diu bought by one firm at a price that shoes, more clothes, more food and Beach WTAL, Tallahassee
to the "
I Hints To Housewives was The satisfactory cotton was produced producers.In Ala- ORLANDO Peter Tomasello, SEBIUNG--Cyril Baldwin, Tax less work. WCOA, Pensacola

1 chua and Gilchrist Counties from Jr., former Speaker of the Florida Assessor of Highlands County, of- --+-- +

]j l ( 1 COMMON SENSE frorr.- seed originally furnished by the House of Representatives has an- ficially announced this week that MARK BIG GAIN TO EMPLOY 1000 1IETAVARESApproxlmatel\
IVenkly Home Demo "tl''- Cotton Office of the United States nounced his candidacy for the he will enter the race for State MIAMI Customs collectionshere .

j By SPUDS JOHNSON Lion SpoclallMta, TallahaMra Department of Agriculture, which Democratic nomination as gover- Treasurer, subject to the Democratic for the first half of Janu- men are expected to be plat i-,1 1000: .

still maintains control of Sea Island nor. Primary. ary showed an eighty-two per cent work soon near Cassia, in 1 l.ctkt dt
2 GOOD FARMER PROTECT and + -- ------.---- gain over the same period last
MARKS OF A BRIGHT CLOTHES! sed as to storage, price, -- County, by the Wilson CM"
Deputy Collector John Klein
CHILDREN FROM ACCIDENTIt ) distribution.The A BAD LOSER .J tUGES.NNOUNCE year Company, which is starting .
Ic What makes a successful farmer Florida Agricultural Exper- MIAMI Angered because it ALLAHASSEE--Chlef Justice announced today. Receipts at the 15 1 timber cutting open MOID,extensive
? One can but wonder why it Is would seem as If the country iment Station, the State Agricultural would not pay off, a man booked J. B. Whitfield and Justice Glenn close of January In that section. It is antic IPHM

that certain farmers in the name child or one living in a small townIs Extension Service, and the as Joseph Schultz, 24, plunged a Terrell of the Florida Supreme amounted to $38,072.47 for 1935's, comparedwith the work will occupy at lea..e ten
t make "a of it" year safer from traffic dangers than United States Department of Ag- slot machine to the floor of a Court have announced their can- 20878.90 opening years, and quarters will b.<- jr, ().
community go fifteen boats Increased
e is for lunch stand here smashing the de- didacy to succeed themselves, sub- day Incoming -
the city child. That probably riculture have been interested vlded for the men and theft tin t !
r after year, while others have hard true, but the accident record Is some time in assisting the Sea Island vice. Alarmed, the proprietor, ject to the action of the Demo- from thirty-four to fortysix Hies, and school facilities f< i 'tb,
a sledding and often fall by the ways proof enough that, wherever they grower to maintain pure seed Fernand Humeau, 45, emerged cratic Party in the primary elec- boat passengers from 1353 to children.

aide. are, children need the advantage, for his crop. The Experiment Station from the kitchen with his pistol tion in June this year. 2162, but foreign airplanes declined. .---
- Success In farming is dependent of all protection experience has and Extension Service assisted and In the subsequent altercation ------. .
" provided Children and grown-ups! In distribution of the seed' and the: disgruntled patron suffered a NATIONAL AUTO RACE ---+- SPONGING
upon tnree primary thingstheman assistance the flesh wound In the The DAYTONA BEACH Florida's FARM DEBTS REDUCED TARPON SPRINGS-A ,,
have to use the roads as walks, also accorded to arm. patron i pn' ut"
the land and the market. The and youngsters with bicycles and growers In the planting and culti- was detained for investigation. first great national championship TALLAHASSEE--A scaledownof esque fleet of approximate!II ,m\_
is the land or
man as Important as
roller skates find almost no other vation of their Sea Island crops. automobile race since the Ill-fated $124,488 in Indebtedness on enty boats churned sea war i tau
the market, or perhaps both.A place to go. Dusk comes early in Fulford speedway event of a decade Florida farms and groves in the week carrying its aggreg.it.t (lit(
successful farmer has a pe- winter, an added hazard. Soil Conservation Featured In Proposed ago, has been scheduled over past two years has been reportedby 500 men to the sponge bunks i u.
culiar In his teams, his buildings the Florida Farm Debt
pride Adjust-
beach and Gulf of Mexico. They'll b
Is an eight-mile road < ""n'
The measure I ?
and his equipment. Not greatest Agricultural Program To Replace AAA Commission in
lent operating
habitual watchfulness and probably course here on Sunday, March 8, until Easter, these 500; i""n, of ,
boastful pride, to be sure, but gen- --------- conjunction with Federal refinanc-
of land out of ,
the next, with children at least Millard Conklin, city attorney and sight touc uith
t uine never-the-Iess. He bandies Is conspicuous clothing. Protect GAINESVILLE program of ture; and Section 32 of the Agri chairman of a special racing com- ing agencies. Original indebtedness civilization. Their one puipojei I t
his cattle gently, his pigs come to the children by dressing sc.ll conservation and effective leg- cultural Adjustment Act as amended mission, has just announced. in the 142 cases settled, the commission will be to wrest from coral 'beds !I
the fence to have their backs them younger In colored outer l tsli.'ion aid Is being urged upon providing for the use of thirty said, amounted to $633,414.By the valleys and hills of the i.ulfs; '
scratched. He has an innate love I ments so bright they can be seen readily gar- Congress by leading farm organi- per cent of import duties for the \BSON IOEMN'T AGREE adjustment between creditorsand floor as big a prop of spends/ aa
for animals and growing crops, zations of the to BABSON PARK W. debtors this trimmed to
from a distance. A bright-colored country replacethe expansion of foreign and domestic Roger was they can gather before *''niinj I'
for open spaces and forests. He coat Is far better than, drab provisions of the Agricultural outlets for farm products. Babson, nationally known statis- $508,026, and new paying arrange- back to harbor and home In \pril
likes to farm. Adjustment Act which were de- 5. That the marketing or dis tician, looked In scorn upon a ments were worked out.FOOLED .
brown, dark blue, forest green, dull .---- .
the various clared unconstitutional January tribution of all farm statement W. Williams .
He knows how to do on products, by Aubrey -- .
colors that blend
maroon or gray
6 that the which into the assistant national WPA administrator TUB DOCTORS FLORIDS'OLt J)
farm operations with the least expenditure 1936. Proclaiming may come handsof -
with the roadside so that late in
of time, energy and mon he day the small wearer in al- welfare of agricultural Is vital to the agency of governmental ad- : that "millions now out of PENSACOLAAlmost twenty- TAMPA Rabbi Stephen A
ey, but with effective results. He most unnoticed the general welfare, around seven- ministering this program, shall be jobs will never find jobs again." five years ago, Don McLellan, seriously Wise noted religious and Social\ (
has a knack, developed in youth or, ty farm leaders assembled In done wherever practicable through 3abaon branded the statement ill with malaria fever hearda leader, took a crack at Flor, (da'
acquired in later life, of doing Let the children wear vivid colors Washington called for sympathetic farm commodity cooperative qual- "wicked and false" propaganda dcctor predict he would not live legalized slot machines in in In.
things well. He strives for perfec- --scarlets, bright blues, grass recognition and cooperation of all ified under the Capper-Volstead "based on misleading statistics." more than thirty-six hours. Today, terview here today, praised I'rsi I
tion In every operation, for be green, orange, or yellow. If it'8out other classes. Act. Williams made the statement in an McLellan now amost sixty years dent Roosevelt's adminlsti.ilion I
knows that failure to do one opera- of the question to supply a new H. G. Clayton, district agent 6. That the foregoing state- address earlier this week at a oH and city judge of Pensacola, and the Zionist movement t I
tion properly will result In troublein coat, then a bright scarf, cap and with the Agricultural Extension ment Is based on the fundam"ntltll meeting of Buffalo, N. Y., social still is very much alive, and what wish this State had more* orange
other operations later If the matching mittens will help. "Chil-" Service and chairman of the State assumption that?' the American I! agencies. "Thousands of young Is more, he has not had a sick and fewer gambling machines in,.
isn't broken well before the dren should be seen and not hurt, market should be' for the and his said. "I am told perhaps '
ground Cotton Allotment Board, has just preserved men women leaving our day since his recovery from serious innc
crop Is planted, cultivation will be says one widely used slogan. returned from Washington, and American farmer and in addition schools year after year are destined illness in 1911. To "non-In- curately, that Florida make more
difficult and harvest small. The Children like gay colors Tod- brings a report on the proposed thereto the further expansion of never to become self-support- dulgence" McLellan a t tributes profit, or some one does ,.11' of
good farmer has good habits of dlers choose them by preference. progium. Principal provisions of our foreign markets for surplus Ing," the assistant administrator:: much of the fact of his healthful- these machines than it doe from !

work. Those a little older are governedto the suggested program follow: crops. added. ness. its fruit. t

He knows how and when to plant some extent by what others 1. That the Secretary of Agri-
his crops or do his other farm- wear, so It may be necessary: for culture be empowered by the Congress -
Ing tasks, and he does them at the mothers to get together and cre- of the United States to pro-
most opportune time. A difference ate a vogue for strong colors.! If vide for the rental and withdrawal

of a week or two may bring stores do not carry the desired from commercial crop production,
loss where profit could have been shades In ready-made wear, it Is at equitable rates of such land as
obtained earlier. The successful easy to make practical clothes in may be necessary to promote the ,
farmer loses no time In the busy bright colors. Several pattern conservation of soil fertility and to
season. He plans his work and companies show designs of play bring about a profitable balance of
works his plan. suits that are comfortable and not
domestic production with the total
hard to make. be made
He has some kind of goal towards They may effective demand at profitable
which he with sliding metal fasteners or
Is working, and prices.
large buttons, with knitted wrist.
L lets and anklets Such a program to provide for
rentals of (1)) a given percentageof
t the total tillable acreage or
I, there la ever present the urge or wherethis is Impracticable, (2) an M n"e
drive to attain this goal. He adjustment by quota of the volume Y -

. nor strives to produce good crops and of such product, or ((3) on a basis
livestock, and to leave the world a involving both acreage and volume,
> .av. '
O.q .. .PPo little richer and brighter for hit I!
......... ...... and such payments to be conditioned 1 es
having lived on his farm. He en- _
the individual farmer
a v unw toel upon .
.' NSW deavors to leave of better I --
to.Inn a heritage having adjusted his cultivated acreage ;
\ e.m.rlYen.Ih. soil and more beautiful coun- .
such .
leo.omll.d or the commodities on 'f ; -
f..ra.eeMRaa. tryside. land In such quantities as may be s i -
The successful farmer realizesthe necessary for the preservation of
F value of other members of the soil fertility and proper stabiliza-
family In tho partnership, and re- tion and maintenance of adequate : -I
;HAROLD c. WALL spects those' values. lie und his price level i r 1 ati'w

I wife and children work together In 2. That Congress provide adequate
harmony for the benefit of all, givIng funds by appropriations for ,. '
due attention: to work, recreation the carrying out of this soil con- j I y j 11
and cultural development! The I servation and price adjustment e

youngsters) arc encouraged and program. ,
aided in their activities.In .
1 3. That provisions be made for
two words, good judgment
the levying of reasonable taxes up-
marks the good farmer.
on the processing of the different
classes of livestock and dairy prod- .
BOREE FUNERAL HOME ucts. Whenever approved by an I
adequate number of producers and
Full line of Caskets Undertakers Supplies with
used only in consulatlon pro-
DAY AND MIGHT ducers of these products, such
funds to be used for the purpose of
53 PHONE 53 expanding our foreign and domes-
G. II. BENNETT, MgT. tic outlets for such products in
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Announcement I I I such manner as would be beneficial NEW CHEVROLET TRUCKS

to the domestic market and
profitable to the producers there
I ,
4. That all of the valid provl- FOR 1936
sloni of tho Agricultural Adjust
ment Act be retained and strengthened -
and particularly those relatIng -

to marketing agreements and I
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TARKE cnuncn DIRECTORY' And< brother," B\\tty; popped up, Nine Auto Rules both rear wheels. It's not only their annual fuel consumption, tho

-- 'that's an Inconvern\ ce." safer, but cheaper, too saving would amount to $9OOOO-

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .. uve ; o Bentley, with' Ststtord:> ) rushed Will Save Gas "If only half the drivers In the 000." .
C. B. Price, Pastor .---
Itev. Into the room, puah ft tnrough the
S Sunday School 10 o'clock a m.,. I crowd of gawking tyl!\llVe8. I II $!000.000 In gas and oil expenses United States would follow enoughof England's bread consumption Is

i. J. Thomas, Supt. I V- vmvuFe I "Terry he said
t Morning Worship. 11 a. m I are y u doing here *., ..f only half the motorists In the tect a ten per cent_ reduction In It was In 1920.__ _
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I. Y. P. U. 6:45: p. in. I S.rlall"'a" 0' the *rra-O Mwyn.Mavr "Hi, G. P." belly i,,Mit tulUlly enthusiastic !I united States observed nine simple

Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. s riders '...d on."ClAimROPHOBI. ,, driving practices evolved on the Nature ITo
4 How Calotabs
S. S Teachers Meeting. Wedneslay. 'I C bx CARTER COODIOE-No..lttt t l>, "Kay telephoned ty* l<*st night," I utiteral Motors proving ground Help

0.45: p. m. HELeN WARI ROIERTS Terry explained "1'l'llt.# why tin' hero in Milford Mich while con- '

B Mid-week Prayer service. Wed. here. Where is aheV' ducting a series of mileage tests. 1
"I didn'tcome Throw Off Bad Cold
SYNOPSIS! : Kay Bentley. on a room, by Betty. a
jcsday, 7:30: p. m.Methodist. The doctor stared<< at him That slow driving pays was
yachting trip with her father here after Mrs. Gage. I came
G. P. Bentley, meets Terry O'Neill here after Kay." "That's Impossible!" conclusively shown by the tests, Millions have found In Calotabs. a I I Second Calotabs are diuretic to the
Church Bentley shook hlhep"*!, "No It made with eight leading makes of moat valuable aid In the treatment kidneys, promoting; the elimination
Rev. B. M.! Montgomery Pastor nn archaeologist on the Isle of Brumbaugh stared at him In despair Isn't. I'll get her far Terry cars priced below $850 each one :if colds They take one or two tnb- of cold poisons from the system. Thus
School-10 a. m. Naxon, In Grt"f'l+(ee. There In. a brief then went forth in searchof go you scientifically checked at every tpn- lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
Sunday romantic Interlude. Then Kay returns reinforcements.A !third or fifth night If needed' a purgative and diuretic, both of
Morning Worship-11 a. m. to New York but Terry follows I Stafford grasped plm by the mile speed from twenty to seventy. How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed In the treatment
Epworth League-7:15: p. m. few minutes later die butler I arm. "Have you I.t l. your mind At twenty the best mileage delivered throw oft a cold? First Calotabs Is of colds.
Evening Worship 7SO: p. m. her there. They declare their walked into the room "Ahem!" G P. ?" he asked si&,1trlcl\t1t1y. by any of the eight makes : one of the most thorough and dependable I Calotabs are quite economical:
mutual love but Is for the family\
Kay tentativelyengaged of all intestinal ellmlnants.. only twenty-nve cents
, You are Invited to all these serves. to Gone Piper, favored by "Who are you? Terry asked Bentley' shook off his\ hand "I was 34 miles to the gallon, whileat thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of I package, ten cents for the trial

Grandmother ruler of theGaA' wearily. might as well lose rny\ mind too It seventy none of the eight could the germ-laden mucus and toxlncs. package. (Advj
Gage "My name Is Gallup sir." did me do better than 13.9, or DO per cent ----- -- --- -- ___n __ __
never any fowd
and families. Is
Presbyterian Church '' Benlley Kay Betty sighed. "People in Con walked loss, indicating that the sev..ntymile I .
Gallup up to Bentley
about to dismiss. Gene howe'.r.wh..n ,
H. Lowry, Minister!
Rev George necticut certainly have crazy with a look of smi'isatisfaction.' driver pays out almost twice
she learns that her fatherhas
10:00: a. m.-Sabbath School. I names." wants t Immediately as much for gas and oil to cover
"Mrs. -
11:00: A. M.-Morning Worship; u ruinous stork debt Her marriage "Is Miss Bentley ready?" Terry Gage In her ro"\II\,gt" you one mile aa does (he Blower driver. For Expert RepairingSmith's
would with It
to Gene bring 'I
the pastor.
rmon by demanded. G. P. gulped hart, "'M*?" What The following nine rules weielaid

5:00: p. m. Young Peoples Ves- a large settlement from her her grandmother fath-- "Miss Bentley Is not at home does she want to 8 and thereby save
er Service. "Oh." Terry was beginning to ? time start, use
and "She didn't say > r Bentley.She "Every : you you
7:30: p. m.-Event.o.g Worship. er. She gives Terry up on enjoy the little "I'll wait un-
game. said enough to drive a hnlf-milc
Christmas Eve at the Gage houseIn just you Were to come gas
til she is. The remedy Is to look ahead for GaragePhone
Rosewood Baptist Church Connecticut, her engagement Is. up.
Pastor "But Mrs. Gage doesn't receive "Oh dear," Bentley moaned He signal lights, move Into them atI'elhlct'd
| IUv. I*. O. Hemingway about to be announced when Bentley ,
Services every Sunday. Bible her and the guests on Christmas Day, Gallup threw a look of appeal behind him speeds and glide throughon
enters room says
Study 10:15: a. m. Services at 3-30: debt Is. paid. said, almost wringing his! hands. then started out of ape room As the green Instead of slamming 120

clock In afternoon. Terry strode forward. "My name I' he mounted the sfVifii\ he found on the brakes and then having 10

Is O'Neill. I've already met one Terry by his side. jiB looked at shift through the three gears
Nine Wrecker Service Day NightCA&ice.
CHURCH Chapter woman who tried to put me out. I him worriedly. "YiVe\ you'renot "Every time you dn/e a mile or

BETHEL BAPTIST Pastor Now you try to put me out. lie thinking of going il10 my with the choke on, you use enough I I .
first Sunday. threw up his head' and bellowed. I mother-in-law with tp8, are you ?" gas to drive three miles. ,
Services every "I will not be put out of here until -- --- --- -
2:30 found her 1 "I didn't come hl\(* jItter her. "Every time you push the ac-
Sunday School p. m. Kay suddenly tongue !" I I
I get cut with Kay
Tell me where Kay i u." celeratcr down lo the floor ,
Bible Study and Prayer Services Just as her father was closing the 1 you

( Saturday night. door. Betty stirred. She'was lying on At the top of the btth'a Bentley waste up to CO per cent of your I ------- .- .. ----I
very the couch with her eyes closed turned to him "H<%\ roots la fuel Accelerate gradually. and II r
"Wait minute She hurtled to I
"This is the noisiest room
living oh dear I cad t seem' to save sat.
Christian Church: him and placed her hands on his I've ever slept. In." "
Kev.V.. T. McGuire, Pastor shoulders. "Let me get this Uncle Carl followed by several think "Every time you drive in second .
"GregoilousVlfre! that
la .
School 10 a. m. straight," she said as If she were members of the family marchedInto with the ucccleiiitor down to the :
Bible ,
Idiot? old Mrs Cage bellowIng Ti\
Wilts 70
iluor you waste upwards of J
in a fog. "Do you mean you got the 4
Communion 11 a. m. living room. :
nt the top of lt> .
r1&11' cent. 'roo save gas dun't drive
rid of four hundred thousand per }
7 a house immediately
Christian Endeavor, p. m. "You're to leave this <
Bentley Jumped "Anting Mother above 25 miles hour In second
per \
meeting Wednesday 7:30 dollar debt this afternoon? he sputtered. "Those
Prayer .
Excuse me Tertjf" He scurried and accelerate gently
"I got rid of It for good." are :Mrs. Guge's orders. ;
m. off I
like a frightened rabbit.
"In driving a grade or hill .
Preaching Second Sunday 11 aJin. She was still Incredulous. "The "We'll be glad to leave with I
Mrs. Gage/ was sitting bull
upright decrease gas economy 25 to 50
and S m. only four hundred thousand dollar Kay" Terry said firmly. you .(
p. I In bed, her mA'''lve should per cent. To save it. don accelerate 1 Ij
debt had?" Carl stuck his face up close toTerry's
you ers propped up by a l\i>l1tr>' of pil' on u hill but drive at a uniform
"Say," Bentley protested "how pugnaciously. "If you area of a 'I I
St. Murks Episcopal Church lows. On her blow 'ode a large speed In high gear, :
debts like that do thinka friend of Miss Benlley's I can i iYou'll :'!
many you
Service on second fourth and black thundercloud' "When yku drive at your normal Million Motorists I_ .1
man can make? assure you will be causing a
fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. "Who are those \Mnatlcs& that rate into a wind your gas econo AI
A grin broke over her face. Then great deal of trouble and inconvenience -
I won't leave boud ?" de-
Litany and choir practice at she kissed him my /\) she my drops ten to twenty per ctnt like ]
730 o'clock on Friday nights preceding rapturously. I manded "F'riendi of ,Ours"7"Bentley's To save It, reduce your normal

( Sunday services. ..-- -- lie threw up hispA voice Wept( falsetto speed. them too !

y "Me? I I never H0V them be- I "In addition 'to Its danger high ,4 11
head and "t'liowro. I \ \
fore In life." v1fI'
my speed driving wastes gas At fifty li'

i t "I will not be put out She sneered. "Ever ftintfe I can I you can go 25 to 30 per cent farther STANDARDTea

I i 1,. X of here. until I get remember, Gregarloua, Jrou've been I cn the same amount than at The \/,

BOB JONESComments put out with Kay." Iho worst liar I cv
1 x? .... course you know them. pon't you '"In slippery pavements, the

On Here think I know what wept on down more skidding you do. the more :i\.i.i1

Hereafter II d there ? Who are they gas you use. Reduce speml until ,

And "They're theyV fiienda ofKay's" you have sustained traction .on }
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writer I She snorted. "B4c1t passer'!" will HI., In dlHHiiud by other hi
It Is not the desire of the I
Then she turned to the< maid forces lie mmto rend neat 1.l!
_, shadow over the clear sky
o a would he roby "Brumbaugh, go get Vfl IIil! l nor
rtf human hope, "
f heart of a legitimate beautiful want her right away. .r ;t
'Yes, Mrs. Gage I ,
cream However, we had Just as I
f Kidneys
Terry In the upper hell> ), sees bus- Help
the facts squarely
ell face
until 4 ily engaged In opening door after If Kldnm knl ,I.
Christ taught that voortr fnncUoolnjr ,
us door on the chance tl\ll\! |It might 0 Bl d Ind of thia age there will be .Je'j Up Nurhu.. ... Khunu>Ua -P f
$ml rumors of wars. He also be Kay's An aaantrmetvi of{ Screams j Pain*. BtiflTnMy Buralnc. Bmartlnt, I = fII

here will be earthquakes in and yells was his only fewiird. "'. O =t::. *AoJdltT try tb narmntMd/ '" I
"Which is. Miss Bentltjy room
outlawing -Ma or mottof
talk about
laces We ClIstoX .OLSIIi1
he asked as Biumbaufti Bailed, by bs .,..
bar We had Just as .
bout outlawing earthquakes. Man I j jin .; ItM. 1 She did not deign to e lIwel' At -- 'I

his natural state is In rebellion Kay's door sho knocked-
"Who's I there" Kay) called!
I gainst God. He Is In rebellion ,
le-amst all restraint. The devil "It is I. Miss Kay." I i

L>il; Adam I and: Eve to Jive their "Hey, what brought all this on?' I "The only inconvenience Kay is "It's Terence O'NliljJI!" Terry

bwn lives and be their own gods. "What's the difference?" she ca I going to have Terry said with shouted, dashing into ifta room.

Men have been trying to do that roled. "Isn't it wonderful not to 'mounting emphasis, "is driving (Terry has mute set lucCK-mon, r

Iver since the fall. When man have a care In the world?" I back to New York In this cold Ions entry into the AiFlffi, house. .

fndeavors to live his own life in "Yes, Isn't it ?" Bentley asked, weather." Will Kay gi away with| him or

out the door. ----- ,- -- ---- -- -------
his own way, often his way of liv- backing

ng conflicts with some other man's He had Just about closed it after

vay of living. Then there Is war him when Kay was at the tele- t '

(What Is true of Individuals is true phone calling Terry. At the soundof 3 .);
,f nations Men talk much about his voice she began to stammer m.r.l. All FIVE OTTER No/ FOWl
r Proq,.....*r ar ,..., 8 ulb. Agriculturist I pq 1
ra rear 'II
personal liberty. An happily. OeodBtndb.l'ear
Country Homo,1 y.arTh ,
.1 !
liberty should end where "I I just called to wish you a Country. Farm r.......yarTh 1 Tear $ 80 *Farm l uraol. I T**' I
[mother man's rights begin. But Merry Christmas and to tell you AND THIS NEWSPAPER 1. AND THIS NEWSPAPER $180 I

,p nan has never learned that. Jesus that I love you very dearly." ,.,OM Year 9 For On*Y ar \

5 new human nature. He said He There was silence. Then : On gallbtl ,

new what was in man. Because "Thanks for the Merry Christmas"he

Me knew what was in man He said, replied stolidly. "You took care could lift <, s s C-g01"a

j Unto the end of the age there of everything else in that letter threetOrfTyrannosaljruf McC9 a

Jvlll be wars and rumors of wars." you wrote me." 5torr -

She shrieked with dismay. "Oh ", THIS NEWSPAPER !! T!; ;;

The United States has no right that letter! Forget It Terry. Tear it 3 Y mil* I INOta > .

lo meddle in foreign wars. We up, burn it, I was crazy when I for 1 year and r s :
to meddle with wrote it.
Jiave no more right
" (he race problem In Germany than His bewilderment came over the 3 Big Magazines I I.

(;Ermany has to meddle with the wire In huge, rising waves. "But u.... .. '" THIS NEWSPAPERfor "

ace problem in America. It is not what I mean the letter . I I

iur, business to go across the sea what Is It Kay?" one full yean. 9
"Never mind," she said soothing
take care of Ethiopia even
I'tough she is being crushed by an ly. "You stay where you are. I m c I And 4 Big Magazines it
coming in tomorrow. Now don't
f go-maniac who heads. up the HalI '

I in government. Our business as run away. IsIS t Magazine from Croup A; 3 Magazines from Croup B; 4 la all
in his
There note
nation Is to live at peace witit all was a jubilant ,
fcien attend to voice. "Make It tonight." ,
as far as possible, I ft
Iur and let the rest "I can't tonight" she laughed.
own business '
The "Tomorrow early. I love you. ." Select Any 3 Magazines ;
ft the world do the same.

Titer believes that Is the senti- At five minutes past six the next From This List ..1." ..Masarl ode, 'a,..Iy. I IGIri"
ant of the overwhelming major- morning Betty Collins and Terry .,.,.. .,.. I $.-1 r 1,. c.. .... ... I
were standing at the front vestibule ,- Y- 5.11W ; ,.. .,. ate Jwrne/
ty of American citizens. B.ttf Hwa.. A Qotdeu _I y- cp.tsa. 11..14. I M H o., H . 1:; l
of the..Gage House. ca.a..I.. I.... ywnv, J
_. 0'10-- : 2 r? The rya .. wr.l I. J-
As'the maid nodded to his Ft-.p' Qroww I hal4 .pt- ....... .
ques- 4E Houlil4. .......... _l Molb.) 1 Y' 0 Gmlle.em' 10'.
Year =
of 1st N
We read In the first chapter tion Terry turned to Betty trlum' fvator Horn ,imes! that we are to consider it a phantly. "I told you this! was the MeCallMori '. MIl.,..... __I year (J.C.II'. M.Wm. 1" ena Car' 1"
>y to fall Into divers temptations. House." ClaMlaN 1 ,... a Mma CIWI.I..,;) 2y" Q Noy FrNnd J" n
Gage ( .
_U.ojail ._1 eau a .
Nouse d
""ad 1Pr
'ote the expression "fall In. It Betty sniffed. "It had to be. Op** load. (let) -2 Year. UUoNnU'ad tminr ?V' a '11".0111.M'wfn::: 1"
!"es net say "walk in." A fall Is tried other house in P..I.. Maaatia _I _. Iahaedr 'archly' ) 1" Q lIIolhO" nky, .
We .
ve every Palbba. (....kly) ,.... a ..... .r Oft J"
'Illntentional. I may throw my- Connecticut. Fictional. BwPtaar -1' .,..., U .1.t..I.I"Jloace 11r N..01'o.' 1",

lf from a building. That is In- They pushed their way In, past .mantttf*!.Slori* :.' ::==i 4 Yw.. .. U[I Set.Naarmil. ; : : : 1Ir B j.ull'J1.Tnhun' .. .. 1"

intlonal. I fall from a building the maid. Sav.a BoobYt9tn I Year a 1twC.nlmM' 1 V' a JWRntiy'"'an' 2yY
|nd that Is unintentional. If one the sout...... A."laulluLeI _I yar "mlll.u\" \t Glawlf. 1Y' Q Suee.u' "/.""1. I
"Are sure you've got .
you Tr Coel. ...tes. 1 ,.., 0 ?s.an : 2 VII ". 1 yr
CIII" Werner
of fall into temp- w. ,101'
path asked oumd
duty we right house? Brumbaugh World 1 Year 3 ra B 1 I
ntiona then we are to rejoice. If quaverlngly. "No one but the fam .\OTE-Ota/ ) ...* of f*. 1otlow/, M rmd a n ryapn Iw. irk,twirl'c 2 ytl Eruytmr,'.,Ann a 1"Pr

e 1 walk Into temptations then we Illy. jiitution 0'f Tru Seep oJOII'oJ.M.cI. / : *f. you arch, only one'uh o C oIIlhlln Aa' Iaultrj Mia 1"

we violated the teaching of the "That's who we're here for. Not .
I r Mehaa.jc 4 iar-l year
>ible which says "avoid all appear- : the whole family that Is, but ore THAT EXTRA "LIFT" IN' H-C American Girl I year
D..ta.alor .... r.ar 1 1 1
nee of evlL" It Is a reflection on of them. I've come for Miss Kay {urfv* -- 1 f.ar
man's character for him to call Bentley. Is she here?" rhysiicai Collar Year

the devil. It is a compliment "Miss Kay isn't up yet and Mrs. gives 1 to 3 more miles GENTLEMEN I Enclose S_ _... ?)... Send M. .

1 a man to have the devil call on Gage says ; D OU.t No. 1 D OH.r No.2 Q Otf. No. 3 U OH.r No. 4I

Jra. Jesus never called at the dev- Terry had started for the living per gallon ana clucking the maqula..
f a house. The devil was constantcalling' < Mon to your p.p r. '
on Jesus. Jesus never conquering Christ. Don't call on C .
Ask the SlncUlr/ Dialer w"rw""tiAg.M
Don't ,ring his front
Utertalned him. He never Invited the devil. Nam. .
pro Into His parlor. He resistede door bell. When he comes to see """'-

devil. Nowhere does the Bl you even though he comes as an Sinclair KufinJng Company (lInc.J) Slrl .r. B.F. D.. P
will be the
tell ua to flee from Satan We angel of light which FOR 8L CLAIR PRODUCTS: .
told to flee youthful lusts. We way he will come, command him In
PHONE 138 Towa and S...,._
of Jesus Christ to get oft .
told to resist the devil and the the name

II will flee from us. We are your front porch. Resist him and J. H. WAINWRIGHT, Ag \ S. . . II! . .

resist him In the power of a he will flee. ST.'RKE. FLORIDA

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: Bradford County Telegraph Business Men's Club and the I TOO LATE
I City Council, in voicing approval -
Established 1877 of a "home talent" Strawberr; TO. CLASSIFY
A i Festival, adequately portrayed, we 51I
MEMBER rftvm believe, the general sentiment of BT nusicLL, KAY
i SS ?V community. Ntirrttary, Florida Pre.. \..'..
the .
f l FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION AV No one objects to a few "rides' -

V 1935 0 I being brought in from the outside, heard Dr.
Last spring after I "1
Ii ., ::JctWa/td 7Otl dQII' ,-' I for It Is pretty generally agreed Townsend talk to a group of followers % 4ru
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.. I I that it takes lights and at a gathering In Clearwater -

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ClaM I I draw the crowd, but the Importatlon I told you not to discount the
i: cf an entire carnival, with It and pointed out that regardless '
Florida old
I Matter at the Post Office at Starke. .. .1 Inevitable bad features, is decidedly I boy of the merit or demerit of
distasteful move-
C E. L. Matthews--_.________ __________Editor and Owner. I Of course, a home talent Festival ,ment the "plun"would the have to be reckoned' %a "tery

1.. .- I would be Infinitely more trouble with in the next campaign.
SUBSCRIPTION HATE than simply to turn the entire proceedings Since then hundreds of Town-
iat to an outside con organized
over send clubs have been
C Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance cern, and the American Legion throughout (he state and these

Advertising Rates on Application .. cannot be expected to pilot the folks are in earnest and there's a

: -.,.---.. -- '- .- .- .. --- .. .. -- event to a success alone But we lot of 'em. Political aspirants real-
i, t middleman I believe the business men were Izo this and in consequence you
e ; Insects do almost as much damage to crops as sincere this week when they pledged find candidates for every office
their cooperation and active from Constable j to Governor ang-
a support of the Festival If it were ling 'round ttfr' an opportunity to'say
put on in this manner By this a few words" at a Townsend

"Mae: West Starts on Her Second l\IilIion.-I1eadline, pledge, we take It, they actually meeting.

u What? Dollars or men ? I Io I mean to WORK toward Its success A candidate may be a Mason, an

Let's have a "home talent" Elk, a K:: of.?, an Odd Fellow, belong -
11 .I Strawberry Festival. It has been to the Baptist Church-but
Girls, here's a tip This Is leap year and the King of I i lone and it can be done again In hat aiat goima.. help him a bit
the double objective comas, rxMnfluencin' these ,
still bachelor I this: manner vhen it
{ 4 England a
!I all
of> having some fun and keeping Townsend votes, so they're
is :
(o- i.
at the same Club to keep
home Townsend
I'' I ur money at oinln' the
.i 1036: will have to go Rome to live up to the rosy prophecies i imp: will be accomplished. I (rcm get tin' lift over the head with,

h of the financial experts. I UK HAVE T-nuumsO;;;; I the There blamed may thing be candidates oppos- KklPt1121 CI-- w .,r I

o-- --- I Before the shipping platform 'id to the Townsend plan, but if _

'l i i In many cases when a fellow tries to think, his mind automatically vaa constructed there was considerable -' here are you don't hear any of q,

/' begins free-wheeling talk here about establishing 'sm bragrgln' about it. Those who Aeerrva O e t
j'r a marketing center where farmers aven't come out flat-footed for Ce-* -
0 their produce in sufIclent plenty cautious "
({, ould bring .he proposition are ; Lasr> ,
Whenever things get dull in the Mid-West along comes quantities to make It worth what they say about it and they'llell wets fr 'LY
". buyer's while to step and pick it you "no matter what, the old '
j a cyclone and real estate starts moving.Mussolini up.' The talk died down at the oiks gotta be taken care of," __

-- 0j time i however, chiefly because Now these Townsend folks are'in _

wouldn't take advice, and it begins! to look now here WAS no building available for dead earnest Every one of 'em
j I his! purpose Now that we have will tell you that they're gonna

lt" as if. he iwnft. going to take Ethiopia_either the building there is no longer register and vote this time and'I
Ai I for efforts whether a candi-
'! -- --0 -- much excuse hey doiv't care

s i ;; Wonder if all these candidates: for governor ever studied to c establish a marketing center in II date Is Democratic, Republican or
T: I he's not a Townsend -
tarkc ndepenilQnt( l ,, : '
; much about the law of supply and demand? .. I. All the growers realize that a man, it's gonna be "no dice"for .

i o radical change has taken place In him. -

tv Al Smith isn't one to believe that a room in the White i recent years In methods of transportation It sounds fine,. but the thing I I Such is the GOVERNOR PATRICK TONYN was governor
looks like eggs
of an
and distribution per- In heck A fruit that
than White House at all.o cap't fiffure-tJUt Is how Southern of Florida for 10 years, the era of the American
House is better no This changeis which in
ishable farm products they are gonnot know who to vote distinction of the Egg-Fruit grows time East Florida continued .
f ----- to Improved roads, I revolution, during which
due largely for. With about twenty candidatesfor Florida and whose soft mealy bright orange
f Man is a most peculiar animal. As soon as he gets his rapid truck transportation and Improved every office and all of 'emclaimln' I flesh no closely resembles in appearance the yolkof loyal to England. Floridians of that day
I. methods of refrigeration.S. dyed-ln-the-wool of the Central actually took part in many expeditions against
to .be A native
he sticks it in the air. hard-boiled egg.
.,pl nose'! off the grindstone W, Hiatt, marketing specialistwith Townsend followers, it looks like a this exotic plant has been nat the colonists, and welcomed thousands of loyalie

t r 1 0 the State Marketing Bureau, the poor voters will have a hard American tropics, the Florida Keys, from Georgia and the Carolina It was during
extent on
4 Some people count their chickens before they hatch and in a recent report says that this time tryin' to figure out Just uralized to some it thrives under this period that Dr. Andrew Turnbull an enemy

i others will spend their bonus before it gets here. change in the marketing headacheto set-up of where to mark their little "X", where for some strange unfavorable reason conditions. AmazIng of Governor Tonyn, abandoned his gigantic co'oi,
% the country Is causing a of the candidates who ar} the most trying and Governor Toyn's -
.. Most ration project at New Smyrna.
o the terminal market dealers and about the "old as it may seem it grows well upon some of win
"concerned" 1784
I + Comptroller Lee says that nO-l'lew: sources of revenue are distributors. In the old days a so folks" now never gave 'em a the poorest and most shallow soils. The flavor of administration 'ended in June garrison, cm
4h definite check could be madeon rich and Governor Zespedes with a Spanish
fairly months ago.Among1 fruit is exceedingly
forlne' few unusual Florida
of lowly taxpayer. I thought up to a this British celiol
necessary--except, the supply and movement when I them'are many who have to assume control as a result of the

----0 I these products were handled served la Congress, the state legislature owcet. of Florida to Spain.Tunderstormi .
i Yrl child authority. rail and boat facilities, but
"Spanking misses it's aim, asserts a I through an boards and commissions I.
ti:{ S And a lot of children will skeptically reply, "Oh yeah 1"I it is difficult at the present timeto and In. other official positions er regardless of whether he can occur only once In A gallon of gas requites m
make an estimate of the really felt that earth'spoles. l of air..fol'8Conomlclilbustlon i
where, had they about it after he's every ten years at the pound
o e-f l produce that might! roll Into a about it, they might have rais-\do, anything I .
and business in a market by truck in an over- way vote for elected.
You can't keep both yourself your given of- ed their 'Yoicq pI"cast their Well white whiskers and silver u

M liquid condition, wisely remarks the St. Louis Star-Times. night ten has period.tendency This uncertainty to demoralize the folks whq, now,seek "security"under threads among the gold are badges
-o prices and to place advance buyingon the Townsend< that carry plenty of weight rightnow
Personally'not;' bein' a and the "old folks" are gon-
One candidate for governor has made a nine-month a strictly speculative basis, not cunllldBte\\ consideratlon'durln'
demoralizing to for any office,'I've na get more attention
which is naturally
school term a plank in his platform. It's a good thing that the producer, Mr. Hiatt says. a Townsend Club or the next four months HALL'SGROCERY

school children can't vote. I of farmers'wholesale pledges or promises, but ive than they've ever had in their
A recent survey tended a number of ---I I lives before Candidates have turn-
in the
d -.. produce markets
interested fashioned back-
t4 H meetings as an ed from the old
It is said that women aren't smoking as much as formerly Atlantic Seaboard states revealed tor and I'm familiar enough with slappin' and baby-klssln' to find in'
that efforts are being made to con- that It ''
movement to realize for old ladies and asslatin
f 1 and the Mount Dora Topic wonders if it is because people solidate the distribution of all per Isn't the some thin' you can laugh off chairs aged gentlemen across the street,,

I' I have quit objecting to it. ishable products through one cen- The real Townsend members aren'tfoolln' 'till It's gettln so the poor Boy
tral market that will provide facilities if the candidates are hard to find an
oWe've even Scouts are press
but for the carlot dealers, brok- I But If I were a member and for their dally "good
pa themselves into debt, opportunity
i heard of people eating ers, ccmmisslon men, truck haul- I confronted with the problem of turn." NEAR SEABOARD STATION

the Jaokson-Day Dinners would seem to prove that you can era and farmers I determlnln who to vote for, I don'tthink .A__ M
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A number of these markets have led with a lot
') also: eat yourself out of debt. recently been established In Flor- Id be oratory or hon- The seeds known aa Job's tears READ OUR SPECIAL PRICES
of high pressure used for beads, are cultivated -
-p- ida and have been uniformly successful that might be made sometimes
machine the floor when their pur- eyed promises at like core. ;in Manchuria.Man .
t A Miami man smashed a slot on In accomplishing for my benefit from the pulpit 18c
it refused to pay off. You have to learn to be.a good loser ifyou're pose.Mr. a Townsend meeting. I'd go back --- -- -- --- OATS (National) 42-oz.

Hlatt continued: and dig up the gentleman's past rshe
i going to play those things. "It is essential that central farmers record and find out for sure Just .. BREAD (Any Kind) 3 Loaves 25c
p wholesale markets be estab- how much he'd really done for the ..

; A subscriber presented a country editor with a bunch of lished where a sufficient supply "old folks" In years gone by, on

; spinach the other week, and the editor is still wondering if and sembled variety, graded of produce and packed may be as-to account than words of ,actions apeakln' louder WhoKnows TOMATOES Standard No. 2 can 6c

it was intended for a compliment or an insult. meet this demand. This, however, Of course Constables Justices of SALT 3 11/2 lb. pkgs. 10c
does not mean that every commu- and
: i 0 the Peace, State Legislators
( motorcade to Tallahassee on the twentyseventh.There nity would be Justified in an en- even Governors can't do a whole 25c
i Join[ the deavor to establish such a market. lot either for or against the Townsend SUGAR 5 Pounds .
seems' to be a good chance of getting the Baldwin-Yu- Too many would create competitive plan; the only candidates they Whether the Remedy

j' lee road, but it doesn't pay to lie down on the job. cut-throat selling that and would stabilize need to worry much about are You are taking for MEAL 10 Pounds ._ 20c
defeat efforts to improve Congressmen and the President,

ti t' An authority thinks that the size of women's hands is,I There the Is, Florida however produce, a very markets.definite but serious they that are no takln matter the what matter office so Headaches or Rheumatism, Neuralgia Pains FLOUR Guaranteed 24 Lb. 70c
increasing. It may soon be that a man can keep his money in place In this new marketing picture a man seeks they want him to declare
I 1 $, is SAFE is Your Doctor,
r t, t his pockets without fear___of his wife going through them. 'I'and grading for community centers where assembling farm himself one way or the otlxDOCTORSKNOW, Ask HimDon't SCRATCH FEED 10 Lbs. $1.75-

---LO> produce may be collected and moved I

I' a i The county judge in Clearwater stands couples who are into larger regional markets, Pure Ground COFFEE 2 lbs. 25c
Entrust Your
the where volume, variety, and good
J large picture
being married in his office facing a
ii will return the grower In- Ow Your Family'sWellteeing 12c
I grades POTATOES No. 2 10 Lbs.
far he .
} Dionne quintuplets. Not a one has backed out so says. creased money for his labor." to UnknownPreparations -

-0 We believe that Bradford County Mothers read this:

this could easily support such a market,, ONIONS Yellow Globe 3 Lbs. tOe
death rate from automobiles year compares
i 9a If the defin- nun m M"i -
fill a
would very
that it
S I : with last year, some 36,000 people will die during 1936. If and ite need of the agricultural indus I |n ...untilClIITIfAJ1I.. BEFORE you you don'l take. know any all prrnars-bout,, BROOMS (4.String) 15c t

the thought of this doesn't make you slow down, nothing will try here. With a building alreadyat M for the relief of headache; or the
o our disposal the first and largest III pa.iM; of rheumatism! neuritis 01neurnlgu.
ti ? chance when handicap has already been overcome usk your doctor wlut:. he PRINCE ALBERT _Can ._ tOe
i I Punning headline writers missed a good lh" about it- m comparison -
l the legal l operation of slot ma- A chanting dote today; a smaller "with Genuine )Hajer Aspirin,
Rabbi Wise took a crack at ; -0---- 20e
quantity tomorrow; Iru each time, \\e say tin, bemuse, before the BACON Best White Lb.
chines in Florida. Not a paper said ,anything about a I OCR until bowels need no help at all. discovery of Bayer Aspirin. moM -

I Telegraph ta.kes.pleasure In io-called) pain" remedies were ad- 25c
crack. announcing that the high school! Why do people come home from a mrd against by phvurian as being PEAS Standard 3 No. 2 Cans
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students will edit an entire issue t hospital with bowels working like a had for the stomach; or, often, fut' '
1"; New Dealers are now faced with the problem of finding of our paper early in February. well-regulated watch? the heart. And the discovery) of PORK & BEANS Can ._ 5e

tl something large enough to look as good to a farmer as an We are so confident that their The answer is simple, and it's the dryer medical Aspirin largely changed -
work will be a success that we are answer to all your bowel. worries if practice.
AAA check, and small enough to keep from being seen by the the Countl.Ihousand" of people ASPIRIN Box .. 3c
I :already planning to make high I you will only realize it:; many doctors who have taken Bayer Aspirin year -
., 4 Supreme Court I school edition an annual event. and hospitals use a liquid laxative.If in and out without ill effect, have
The staff of the B. II. S, Jour. knew what iroved that the medical findings tOe
o you a doctor knows, PEACHES No. I Can _
r,}, : will two cent tax every I I nal has got out such a creditable :you would use only the liquid form. ibout its safety were correct .-
The Townsend Plan mean a per
I I first Hemembcr this: Genuine Bayer
this -winning
year A
paper liquid can always be taken ui 25c
time anything changes hands, the experts tell us. All worry prize, you remember, in a state gradually reduced done Reduced aspirin is rated cun"ng the fatlett GRITS 10 Lb. ____ .. .
ntthoJs ufl discovered for the relief --
4 would be over If they could only change'that and have it a two I wide contest--that we have no dosage la the secret of any real! relief of headaches and alt common pains

I per cent tax every time a politician shakes hands. qualms In turning the editorial department from constipation. and) safe for the average persono MATCHES 2 Pkgs. ___. t 15'
} lock, stock and barrel, lake
I' I Ask i doctor about this. Ask your regularly
o over to it for one week. In druggist how very popular liquid You can get real Bayer Aspirin at &
I ; You might think you're an old-timer, but do you remember I we're looking forward to the fact'l' laxalivts have become.They give the wing store-simply.. by never SYRUP, Seller's Quart
for it the
by "aspirin"iSPShW
f back when a charge of five dollars was made for the privilege We only hope that our right kind of help, and right amount BAVERBayerkspirin
of accompanying the mail carrier on his walk from West won't want to fire ua and IIf help.The liquid laxaUw generally ...h swrfigj .
$ Job over to the school staff permanently used it Dr CaldweU's Syrup Pepsin )
(} t ,,), Palm Beach to Miami? He knew the shortest route and those I It cecliia*seam and cascara -both,. ALL'S GROCERYI"

,, I accompanying him could use his boat to cross the Hillsbor- -+--- natural laxatives that can form no

1. ough Inlet. And yet there are folks today who complain because Two million dollars' worth of rat habit era in children. So.try Syrup -
i poison and traps are purchased: an. 'I Pepsi You just take regulaUdlose 'ci'
the back seat of an automobile rides a little rough nually la the world. till KatiiM rsrt.n nplarU",

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