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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 31, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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DECIDE I NOT OUR ERROR I FROST DAMAGE I PRAISECOMES ROAD BOARD Vets -

NECESSARY TO REGISTER DEMOCRATS May Apply
II : TO YOUNG -

YOU FOR VOTED PRIMARIES LAST TIME IF 'KEPT FOR JACKSONPAY' '
fESTIVAL LOWBYCLOUDSWIND\ DINNER \
I HER: : HEARS PLEA '

I It was stated by error in last I H. C. Wall, ex-president of the For Bonus Now

week's Telegraph that all persona : Young Democratic Club of Brad-
ONDAY[ would have to in this
I register ; I ford County, this week received the FOR 13 PROJECT
in order to in
county vote the Jun
I
I following message from 13. F. Mli -
primaries. II. C. Wall, supervisorof i II of state At
i zell, head the organization: Office Here
registration, said this I: week : A "This will
Sentiment Of Business : that persons who were registered to Few Farmers Experiment acknowledge receipt Huge Delegation Asks
of
i of your letter January 9 together
People Has Bee"Determined vote in the last primary election,,; With with its enclosures includ- Completion of The -

I will not havo to register again to I Covering Crop I ping your check in the sum of "Missing Li"k".Lf'ISON'II.I.B QUESTIONSYOU Clerk of Court Will '

I vote in June. $146.00.
As previously announced; I II WILL HAVE TO ANSWER Assist In Filling
| registration I "I have heard many favorable reports -
\TE OF" ANNUAL EVENT I I books will remain In the WILL. BE TIIUEE WEEKS on your dinner and wish to CHARGED WHEN YOU APPLY FOR Out Blanks

[ANGING IN BALANCEe districts until April 6 when they BEFORE BIG ShIPMENTS I congratulate you on the enthusiasm -, WITH SELFISH MOTIVE YOUR BONUS

will be placed in Mr. Wall's office which aroused and for the -
I I you i. I It is desirable that veterans
Jones-Langford-Whlte Post here and remain open through Winds and low-hanging clouds / success which you achieved. It I Advocates of Road 13. 150 bring their. discharge records along( 200 AREELIGIBLE

erlcan Legion will meet Mon- April 30. Poll taxes may be paid kept frost from Bradford County I gives me a great deal of pleasure strong were In Tallahassee Monday when applying for their bonus. The
night at the Legion Hall to through May 16.TSOffES. crops this week although the mercury to '
before the State
J to learn of this fine democratic appear :'ippllratltm blanks/ are short and Baby Bonds May lIe
'ke the' final decision as to I dropped as low as twenty- Road Department and ask for .
spirit; In your county, and I am eRI'ly will take little time to fill out.
ether or not the organization* / four degrees here early Tuesday sure that this will Serve as a start- completion of the "missing link" ,I I I The following Is among the In- Cashed After

11 sponsor a Strawberry Festival I ; the morning. Wednesday morning I er for further good work during between Baldwin and Yulee. The I I formation that must be given: Cer- June 15
temperature had
in climbed
re April. more delegation received the
same reply
; the year. I I, tlficata number; amount of bonus
ieveral weeks ago the Legion anijuceci than ten notches and it was hoped from Chairman Cheater II.
--+- : in dollars; name of applicant:
that It would attempt totermlDe Opposed that the back of one of the coldest I Application blanks to be
Treadway that be gave to( all dele-i I place and date of birth, Army, used by
sentiment here beforenaoring waves of winter had bt.n broken. FIELD Bradford County World
war veterans
RECORD gallons throughout the day: That | Navy or Marine serial number; -

) the event this year.ce BY JENNINGSCONGRESSIONAL :1 Most growers believe that the so far as state money is concerned, date of enlistment; date of discharge entitled to the bonus have

that time representatives of brunt of winter Is over, althoughthis the new budget\ will contain little : rank and organization at arrived here and are In t the hands.

,U, organization met with the BU8t11ess is stoutly denied by a few I For Governorship or nothing for construction The I discharge of A. J Thomas, commander and

Men's Club and the City amateur forecasters. Some say Federal Government Is expected to A certificate of identificationmust N. t>. Wainwright Jr. adjutantof

'Council, both of which went onrr.cord I CANDIDATE that a cold January means a colder make an allocation for highways. also be signed by a notary tho local American Legion Post.

[ as favoring a Festival with I SAYS PLAN ENDANGERS February while others Insist that : IF ALL QUALIFYELEVEN Mr. Treadway said, but the amount : public or tho postmaster Tho work of filling out the

' jDly the minimum use of outside'I PENSIONS I just the opposite Is true. All agree, has not been determined, there- 0 -. -- .-- blanks will be curried on at Mr

ttractions. Members said that a j however, that unless further cold ,- I fore it Is Impossible for the board : Thomas's office In the court hot.,--,-,-,"..

'irge carnival would "take too Lester W. Jennings, Jacksonville interferes Bradford County will be I to do anything at the present j AGED WARNED and at the! office of Johns & Wain-

mch money out of town." attorney who recently announcedfor shipping strawberries In considerable -, MEN HAVE ANNOUNCED time but "seriously consider" the wright. It has, been estimated that

Meanwhile the average citizens Congress from this district, has I lots In another three weeks. AMIIITION TO various projects.The front 150 to 200 veterans in thin

hoping that an arrangement announced his opposition to the A few growers are experimentIng SUCCEED SHOLTZ: Chairman did go so fur as to I Against county are eligible for the bonus ;

an be worked out whereby some Townsend Plan as one of the this year with the use of i T ALLAHAs Eleven any however that the departmenthad and the amount to bo paid out
men
ort of celebration can be held planks In his platform."I mulching as a coverage to protect recently spent money on two here Is said to be around $140.000.The .
have made formal announcementof
ere near the close of the straw- am opposed to the TownsendPlan plants from damage by frosts, but I their candidacy for In expensive overpasses on this portion -I PAYING FEESSAYS first blanks received were

erry shipping season. ," he said, "believing that it here again results In past seasons the Democratic governor this of Road 13. and assured the from Congrcsman R. A. Green

will defeat rather than aid the have been a matter of much de I I I primaries delegation that this expense would i who wrote saying that he voted .
and half adozea others have
MRS. L. D. VINiNG cause of permanent old age pen- bate. The bulk of opinion seems I{ year been mentioned prominently as not have been Incurred If the road NO ONE OUALIFIED for the bonus' every time it
to be however that the II III had been before
sions. handling of was to be abandoned. The members I q'() TAKE APPLICATIONS tho House and that '

DIES Mr. Jennings said he favored old the plant Involved in covering and prospective If all of them candidates qualify.., t>y paying of the board realized: the importance -I FOR J PENSIQNS this time he voted to override thePresldent.s ,

I age pensions as "large as the resources uncovering Injuries it and short the $375 fee required. It will be a I I of the "missing link". heI I veto. At a previous

BODY TAKEN TO TROY, of the government can pro- !I ens the yield of fruit. Besides, record field of candidates for the said, and had often discussed It I Conrad Van Hynlng, commissioner session the Congressman voted for

ALABAMA. FORBURIAL vide, without the imposition of Iniquitous I they say, the price on early fruit I I office. among themselves i of the State Board of Social payment but when President

and ruinous forms of tax Is seldom as high as that pre Packing the small room In Roosevelt vetoed the bill Mr. Green j.
Governor Dave Sholtz Is prohib- Welfare has issued a statement In
ing in the latter of the j voted to sustain the veto.
part which the
ation x x x. I1-1 department holds its
ited the Constitution from seek- which he discussed
Mrs. Lucille K. Vining, 33, wifeL. by certain organizations -
The candidate said ha was in favor -I Cold weather slackened re-election for successive meetings, to overflowing, the delegation which Here are answers to some question -
D. Vlning. died shortly after ing a allegedly are operate
movement at Plant I frequently asked in
of the speedy completion of City to one car was orderly and goodhuI connec-
term. Ing throughout tho State collecting
Ulnight Tuesday morning In a the Cross-State Canal, opposed to last Friday, one car Saturday and I I mored but anxious to Impress' the I by tion with the bill to pay off adJUsted -
..cksonville hospital after a leng- ,I The field of candidates for governor fees from aged persona for
sales three cars Monday. Indications 'road board service certificates In cash '
the Imposition. of a Federal ; with the seriousness of
I
is followed in for old
illness. r polnt..of num- applications ago pensions,
y I tax, la for a balanced budget and : are however that a new crop Is I Its plea. State Senator A, G. Mc- able $50 bonds:
bern five for'the The commissioner said
She had lived in Starke for sev1 by aspirants poet I information -
and took a prominent the discontinuance of Federal relief -,; coming on there and large move- of State superintendent of educa- Arthur, of Macclenny, president has reached his headquartershere Q. If I hold a certificate how do

years "Just as rapidly as businesscan ments will begin as soon as the of the Road 13 Association, was "that certain I apply for bonds? A. Application t
( in the social life and civic bet- organizations
rttt-t! absorb the unemployed for ourNation..and weather warms up a bit. j tion.Those spokesman for the delegation and themselves may be filed with the veter-
styling as 'pension as-
in the
ttsipnent work community. who have on-Ho formal an-
member the Metho- ,.sympathetic ..with)I Prices have averaged from four- f5V3rti&r called, .BtatemcnU ,as J&<> the sociations' have Interested them ans' administration in Washington -
was a nouncement for.' .are
the problem of our veterans and I I teen to fifteen cents a pint. |; Importance of ,the project from selves In old at any time before the certificate .
t Church,' in whose affairs site j Grady Burton of WauchuU, Stafford age pensions and have"
to' .
.._
shall support legislation fair -- ---. representatives who were there so-called matures In 1940. A veteran
k a active interest. Caldwell of Miami Jerry W presented applications for
very I
"
I
them. from towns all the from Fernandlna send his
| way may application
neral services were held Tues- FUNERALSERVICES '! Carter of Tallahassee. Dan Chap- pensions to numerous aged people << person :
I Mr. said he would to Ft.
Jennings Myei-s. ally or through a representative
y afternoon at 4:13: : o'clock at !, pell of Miami, Fred Cone of Lake throughout the State which I
I support President Roosevelt for re- Most' amusing of the speakers > prescribed In regulations to '
Methodist Church with the | TODAY : City, R. B. Gautler of Miami, W. they were permitted I to fill out fora yet
nomination and for re-election. was Mayor 11. M. Tench, of GalneR- Lt! IltHUel!.
fee of
v B. M. Montgomery conduct- I _ C. Hodges of Tallahassee, Carl twenty-five cents.
----- FOR MRS. BRANNOCK vlllo, who told the board that the "No and Q. If I haven't applied for a
He was assisted by the Rev. I Maples of Wakulla, B. F. Paty of person no agency other
DRAMAOF DAUGHTER OF J. C. people of Florida wanted the Bald-I than the staff of the district certificate, may I do IIO? A Yes.
B Price, of the Baptist Church. West Palm Beach W. Raleigh Pet.
wln-Yulee road and they didn'twant The application should\ be sent to
RICHARD
,I Dr. Ceo H. Lowry, of the OLD SOUTH : tawny of Tampa and Peter Tom- boards or social welfare and the '
I any "fooling around about the same place.
| State Board of Social Welfare
"sbyterlan Church. i aaello of Orlando.
I Mrs. Keith Brannock, formerlyMiss It." He also called to mind Q. death
a very i Suppose Intervenes after -
been
have authorized to
:Accompanied by relatives, they | TO BE SHOWN AT RITZ I submit applications -
Caroline Richard, daughter of Unlike the campaign of four
II popular song at the moment that )I for pensions to possible application for bonds Is made?
was forwarded to Troy. Ala., THEATRE SUNDAY 0 J. E. Richard, died Tuesday in a years ago when two former gover- runs "The music goes 'round and to A. The application will be valid If
collect fees
applicants or for
ere Interment was made Wed- AND MONDAY !, Cincinnati, Ohio hospital after a nors were candidates, there Is no around and it comes out. here" I''receiving such pensions.' any" Van Hyn the veterans' administration findsIt
feday,
p long illness. I former governor in this year's list comparing it with what tourists' bears the bona-flde signatureof
"So Red the Rose, Paramount'8'stirring Ing said.
KBesldea her husband Mrs.\. Vin-
adaptation of StarkI The body arrived here yesterday i I of Democratic aspirants.: have to do when they enter Flor the applicant and discloses an
r Is survived by her mother, Mrs. "No applications have yet been
I Young's novel of the same name, I and funeral services will be held ': Four men have announced their ida. "They go 'round and aroundIn Intention to chilm the benefits of .
L. Kilpatrick of Troy; two sls- prepared and no fees will be charged
I will Sunday at the Ritz The- from the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I I candidacy for State treasurer They Jacksonville and they come out the act. If death occurs after application -
rs I!, Mrs. F O. Rogers of Char- open to anyone for making ,
atre, for a two day run. Margaret Home at 2 o'clock this afternoon 1 were W. V. Knott, the incumbent; in Baldwin, after going twenty proper la filed but before receipt
te, N. C., and Mrs. James Sides application The members of the
Carbon Hill Ala.; and one Sullivan is the star, and the sup- (Friday). Interment will be in I I Cyril Baldwin of Sebrlng T. D. miles out of their way," Mr Tench State Board of Social Welfare feel of bonds, the bonds will go
Crosby Lake Cemetery. | Lancaster of Ocala, and Samuel W. said. to the estate of the veteran.Q. .
porting cast includes such well ; I
ther, R. L. Kilpatrlck of Troy. that the signing of an applicationand
Getzen of Bushnell, Jacksonville wan accused of What happens after bond
Active pall bearers at the fun- known names as Walter Connolly Besides her husband Mrs. Bran- the collection of fees from
So far, R. A. Gray, secretary of selfish motives In opposing a project applications are filed? A. The
Randolph Scott Janet Beecher, nock is survived by four children;
the
al here were: Dr. E. L. Biggs, D. aged persons on representation
State, and Cary D. Landls. attor- that It was claimed would cut veterans administration will cer-
Carpenter, T. T. Long, H. C. Elizabeth Patterson, and the child her father, J. C. Richard of Miami: that the application would facilitate -
all. Dr. H. B. McLendon and H. actor, Dickie Moore. two sisters Mrs.\. Doris Haynes of ney general, are unopposed for re- down the distance from the East- I their securing an old age tify to the treasury the amount of

Ritch. "So Red the Rose" is a story of Plattsburg N. Y. and Mrs. Tom nomination.The ern Seaboard of the country to the I pension Is a procedure which unfairly $50 bonds due a veteran. The
five who have announced for West Coast of Florida amount will be the full '
194S
by twenty maturIty
Honorary pall bearers were: F. our South, a romantic and poig- Martin of Charlottesville, Va.; and rouses the hope of such applicants ,
superintendency of public Instruction miles. value of the certificate minus -
nant account of those turbulent three brothers J. C. Richard Jr.
Joe E. Wilson, N. F. and III of no benefit to
liford Stump, A. Z. Adklns C. A. days of the War Between the of Dayton, Ohio George L. Rich- are W. S. Cawthon, the In- The Road 13 delegation met In a I them whatsoever the principal of any loans out-
I cumbent; W. H. Cates of Tallahassee Tallahassee hotel and marched to I standing against it and any unpaid -
J. M. Mitchell W. E. Toe States. More than that it reveals ard of the Hawaiian Islands, and "The members of the State
Ight F. W. Buchholz of Gainesville, the road department headquarters interest accrued prior to October -
N. sternberg T J. Griffin, the ideals and hopes and braveryof I Ernest C. Richard of Springfield, Board of Social Welfare wish to
Southern family when Tenn. I J. Colin English of Ocala and at ten o'clock In a double file line 1, 1931. If a veteran owes
B. S. Carroll L. A. Davis K. a gentle warn local public officials against
the clarion call of strife made men ._ Claude C; Jones of Arcadia. that stretched almost the lengthof any Interest for loans after October -
.7.'W. Andrews, R. F. working with representing
Hunter and themselves I Four announcements have .been two city blocks. Mr. Treadway persons 1, 1931, It Is cancelled.Q. .
C. L. Stockwell, Edward women array on themselves as! being able to secure
morea Tags For UniversityAutomobile made for comptroller: They are humorously said that he had expected Suppose thin Interest is owedto
the side of of the righteousness
duty, sure old other -
rna, 0.Ik Beoaley. A. J. Thomas, age pensions by any means
of their cause. tags for the front of J. M. Lee, Incumbent; M. E. Paco a large delegation, but if a bank not to the government
K. K. G. Duncan andM.Walnwright than the official application to
Perryman, of Tavares and Van C. Swearln- he had known the actual size of A. The government assumes) the
"I Found Stella Parrish, a First your car are on sale at the officeof the legal agent of the National Social
gen of Miami and I. Muncy An- It he would have hud the department obligation paying off the Interest.
Arrangements here were in National picture based on the I Tax Collector C. A, Knight. The i Security Board, which is the
derson of Jacksonville.' members move out in order Q. When do I get my bonds?
,irge of the DeWitt C. Jones Fu- powerful and thrillingly dramatic I front plates sell for $2 and the : State Board of Social Welfare"

ral Home. story by John Monk Saunders Is proceeds go toward a scholarshipfund Nathan Mayo, incumbent, has to make more room. I .-- __ _.. __ A. As soon as the treasury can '

., playing at the Ritz Theatre on I I to put deserving boys through ;announced his candidacy for reelection The department hears the delegations print them and mall them in accordance :

-+- Tuesday and Wednesday of next the University of Florida. The as commissioner of agri- I alphabetically by counties Almost 700 Members I with certification from

MANY APPLYTO week. Kay Francis h ads the talented tags are of regulation size and culture. Two other men have been and the Road 13 boosters were the Now almost 700 members strong the veterans administration.

cast which Includes Ian Hun- color and were made at the State mentioned as candidates for this first to be given an audience, getting 6'l)! to be exact, the Townsend Club i QWhat can I do with them

ASSESSORFOR ter, Paul Lukas, Sybil Jason, and Prison Farm. The number you office, but they have not made for- in under the name of Alachua will hold Its regular meeting in the after I get them? Any time after
I mal Announcement; County. The Duval County dele I next June 13 the holder can take '
Barton MacLane. are apt to buy will likely not cor- court house Monday night at 7:30:
EXEMPTION ON "Freshman Love," Warner Bros/ respond with the number on the I Two justices of I the Supreme gation opposing the project, was o'clock. Thin membership Includesthe them to a local postofflc and cash

HOMESTEADS THIS rousing comedy of college life and back of your car.Double Court have announced for reelection not heard until after noon Its Starke club alone. There are them In full or in part. Banks will

YEAR love, based on the story Idea by .- I and so far they have no opponents. members asked for the completion also organizations' at Hampton>> not cash them because they are

Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright George Ade, and fitted to a musical :, They are Chief Justice J. of Road 204. a short cut to Gainesville Brooker and Lawtey. II. H. Young, special bonds snd are not market-

orts that a large' number of background, is scheduled as the Birthday B. Whitfield and Associate Justice I beginning at Maxvllle, Jacksonville president, believes that the mem- able.Q..
j Glenn Terrell. representatives stated that Suppose I do not cash them .1
mestead tone feature attraction at the Ritz The- January 30 was the birthday of berohlp here will rpach 1000 In the
owners are beginning I Terms of governor and cabinet the completion of Road 13 would right away9 A. You will get 3
and of next few months. lie at-
in and apply for exemptionthe atre on Thursday Friday President Roosevelt. It was also I I urges
officers are for four years while 'take twenty-five to thirty-five per per cent annual Interest until 1915,
week. The cast includes tendance at the next meeting and
next
1036 tax roll which be Is the birthday of Starke's Dr. '
Patricia Ellis, mayor the terms of Supreme Court justice cent of the East Coast tourist at the one February 17. : but If you cash them the first
r Frank McHugh. W. E. Middleton. While ball '
a was
preparing. are for six years. fic away from that city. year after next June 13 no inter
Warren Hull and Joe Cawthorne. traf-I ---
rhe books will be for re- given at the Woman's Club In hon- ,
open ,
.
number of eat is
I I There have been a Those from here who arose! paid.Q.
ring returns real estate, or of the President, the Mayor was ,
on Increase
per- announcements of candidacy for their bed at 0 o'clock Auto Tag Can a creditor of a veteran

ial property and intangibles. un- Farmers Asked To Help not left out In the cold. He was I representative In Congress) from, I make the three hour drive to Tallahassee I Sale of automobile tags In Brad-, get possession of the bonds A. 'I

April 1, he says. Bradford County farmers whoso presented with a handsome birth- the State's five congressional districts. and attend the meetingwere ford County showed a slight increase The bill says they are not subjectto

tae 1955 Legislature passed a cattle or other animals are infested day cake made by Mrs. Nelson I Florida's two United States : Representative Charley E. thlx year over last, Tax Collector attachment levy or seizure under -

requiring all homeowners to with screw worms' during cool 'Green.. It was on display yesterday senators do not have to seek reelection Johns, A. J. Thomas.! N. D. Waln- C. A. Knight said this week. any legal process.Q. .
an affidavit or application with winter months are* asked to place In a window at Mitchell's DrugStore How bonus certificatesare
I this year. wright. Jr., N. T. Green, E. C. His report shows that 816 tags many
tax assessor each year prior seine of the maggots found In I i where It excited much admiI I Political observers have estimator ; Priest, A. A. Durden, W. E. To- I were sold here through January 23 In the hands of veterans A

April 1 in order to be entitled wounds la a container with some I ration. j ed upwards of 300,000 persons rode, W. B. Mundy, F. F Stump A. j this year, while 756; were sold during They are held by 3,500,000 veterans

homestead exemption and Mr. sand and give them to L. T. Dyer I -----.----- I would be> qualified to vote In the Hartmann, A. Brooke and E. L. (o the same period In 1933. of the world war. The aver-

Unwrlght urge all persona aCted Union County farm agent who will Fishermen ConvictedSix elections Matthews. -- -.-. -.- -- age face value Is $960.

to fill out these applicationsthat forward them to the U. Sv Bureauof --+--- -A Labor To CanalFour _
they may benefit by exIption. Entomology and Plant Quaran- residents of Putnam County !
tine office in Gainesville. This office were sentenced Monday in Palatka Begin Church BuildingWork Roberts For Ke-Elcction white men and throe color Progress On RoadA

-_ -* wishes to make a study of to terms of from sixty to ninety began this week on the Representative N. E. Roberts, of ed left here last week for Ocala good start has already been

I worms Infesting animals at this days in Jail or fines ranging from building to house Sunday School Lake Butler, has announced his where they will be employed on made by the Campbell Construc-

Dove Season Closes time of year. I $50 to $100 for illegal fishing. The classes of the Methodist Church.It candidacy for re-election to the the cross-state canal. The white lon Co., on the project of straightening .

feet Legislature from Union County. men were: Randall Wiggins, Wood- out Road 13 Law-
ayes can rest easily after today _-,- case had attracted considerable will be L-shaped. fifty by through

[ce the Federal law closes theM Cyclist messengers of the British interest here because of the nearness sixty feet, and will be separate He is vehemently opposed to the row Hicks. LeRoy Anders and Herman tey. The right-of-way has been
It Is no-fence law which he considers Ne.tlea. The colored were cleared for distance and It
on on this game bird after Jan- :I postofflce cover 200,000,000 miles of Grandin Lake, the body of from the church building. some

ry 31. The quail season remains : annually, with a total of 20,0001 I water in which the men were! arrested planned to have It contain twelve detrimental to the Interests of the I Levi I Collins. Willie Coleman -I looks as if the project will be finIshed _

In until February 15. I bicycles. while seining. 'class rooms. livestock owner In this state.- David Stoner. on scheduled time. _

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FRIDAY JANUARY 31, II38! ::

BftADFOIlW COUNTY TBUBOBAPIl. STARKE. FLORIDA -- -- --- .- .- -- -- ---

P.\GF. TWO -- ", I pearIt..

RISINGMiss la further ORDKnKn. t D) ,
Edna LewIs CorrespondentElder order be publlnheil once :t '.
ZIFF ,
WOOIJLAJVN I four consecutive weeks. In tii,... i ,
Alls. Lala MAP .....1.. CorreM.outleiit [C ODD---BUT TRUE : Green Cove ford County Telegraph H n,, >" ,
I, f ]Aim, N. :M. IJrudlcy Correspondent I W. E. Hall, of of general. circulation puiiii, i,,1:.;,',"
Services were conducted at Little Springs. was a recent guest of Mr. Bradford, County, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Claude K. Nelson :> WITNK8S! my land and (,
Alvarez.
and Raiford
and Mra.
Rock Church Saturday HOHl lit said Court IhlH M I ,
of Jacksonville.. spent Sunday at by the Pastor Elder W. WO< 64:2..544: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Edwards of January'. A. n. 1938 I i. '

the! home of Mrs N. M. Bradley. M.Sunday Moody of LaCroane! and L. C. .... ..- ,_.. Crosby Lake, recently visited Mrs. (OFFICIAL J A. .1.SAT THO fMI.t

:Mr.: and Mrs. K N Crawford -c; Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of (circuit
"i Johns of Graham. 1 Edward's parents c'oun', /
1 pent Sunday at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and 9') NO.642,544 Walter Underhlll. T FRANK Iiiadford: J.ANnUHM.County. 1 FJ j ,' .

I.. and Mrs. \V. R. Kersoy. daughter Miss Hazel spent last Mr. and Mra. Eston Brown of Attorney for Plaintiff

i'! Charney Yarbrough returned Sunday at the home of Mr. and IMPROVEMENT IN A BICYCLE' Sampson City were recent guests 1 l-24-Bt-8-21
d where he wan --
canal I -
the -
from "
home Mrs. Gentry Stolks.J a .,, of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill. 'MANTKIf: ; Ntl.t:::
), employed on account of illness. W. Lewis was a business visItor THE OBJECT OP THIS INVENTION IS TO Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly were NOTICB: Is hereby gives 'HM '
:
Mrs. Lena Gahklna and family. der, and by virtue of a .Fin! 'ii !I.., :.
to Starke recently. ._ ENJOYWITH visiting Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. of Foreclosure mad .mil 1 i '
Earl Futch werevltfltlng .a WHE&EB7: ONE MAT ''1
PROVIDE MEAN "
g Freeman Starling L. O and Johnnie Lewis and A. and Mrs. A. L. Drl! gers of Lake )hy the Honorable H t I. '. I.,,
JJ at the home of Mi8. N. M. OP ..lmll" of the ClriMilt. Couit t t tat .
c at THAT ''I'
JJ afternoon. Z. Padgett attended the dance A BICYCLE EXERCISE( LIKE Butler recently. t h Judicial Circuit of 1'1".1' ,.,. ,
I Bradleys Saturday the home of Mrs. Ollie Anders of A PAIR OF SCUULS WHICH Miss Edna Lewis spent last Sat- and for Bradford ("otint> IM, i:'1''
Thurn- ROWING WITH
: Rudolph Chism left last ,'..ry. dated January. 2uth. I" ,
Cm Lake Butler Saturday night. urday with Miss Verna Phillips, of that certain ,
cause thon .
Ga. where he ,
) day for St. George of Starke was In IS ADAPTED TO DEVELOPE THE MUSCLESOF between The '
.\ his Oscar Andreu Sampson City. F'i.i, ''I i I.;.,
c called to the bedside! of Hank nf Columbia
,
t was Plal",11
.. ,I It ': I, father, A. .1 Chlnm.Clydo our section Tues<1ay. THE ARMS AND BODY AS WELL Mr. J. L. Underbill spent last Parley B. Calkins, et al, p.1' ",I ,."
d O. W Dyal Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Saturday visiting in Jacksonville. tho undersigned who \'a.i ),,: '
Johns spent the week-end and spent AS THOSE OF THE LEGS appointed Special Mast., n, >
'. 2 ',i ict I I. Dyal Wewley Dyal son Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez eery to execute the "Ila
\ at home. Maui ''I I
Sundny here with Mr. and Mrs. T. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monday, tho 2nd day of :Mai, h ',hi,;
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrotigh and little Verna. dnrlnK the legal hours. of ..n", ,
D.
Dyal. Underhill son
I fore the Court Holme ,,..
door
last Sundayat "< ,, ,
!"J'< of CroBH City spent Duck Rohson! of Brooker. was In were recent guests of Mr. and Florida sell to the high....M i .\.,

t: : 'j< the home of their grand parents our section Saturday afternoon. put.IN' Mrs. Charlie Philips of Sampson bidder for cash the full'. ," !
_
scribed lands, ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ft Kersey. Lewis were situate lylttt ,1 ,;
'N'J Johnnie
L. O and OJE'star tog. In Urudford, County Pi, i I .
: ''I I ,' Mra. Caroline Norman was the 'visiting In Fairbanks Sunday ofteinoon. -ft4'i SHALl. City.Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Carter, of wit:
'
1: l guest of Mrs. E. C. Johns Sunday PAS NI% of -W%, Section 'J; ,
NOl Hellbronn Springs were visitingMr. ship II South of Hang. ._ i I" ..
' al..1! --. - Mr. and Mrs. R. H Thomas and and Mrs. Jeff Lewis, recently. of the Tallahassee :M ,i ,.

I < HIGH LAN I) ,laughter. Miss Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elna Conner of Gum containing less.with 40 .acres i m .

: .. H. H. Howard and children.. all the appurtennncen :H.ui. .
Branch spent last Sunday as guestof '
: ,1* Mint. M. K:. C'lfM*, ('orrl'foKllldpnlMrlf at Moon Lake with be made pursuant to said 1 I', .. ,
Sunday .
\ spent Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner.Mr. satisfy the same and cost.

\ r .Ruth lldi und MlsH JaulcILair their brother Henry Howard. and Mrs. J. E. Norman, of H. IC. PKKKYMAN

I visited! relatives In Starke There will be services at Dedan Q--- Davenport recently visited friends I-24-5t-2-21 All Special MUHtm! In < I "

' 1 Church Saturday and Sunday by -
; Sunday and relatives here. -
; I Ir Mr. and Mra. II L. Crews and the pastor KMcr Crosby of Hrookcr. ISOTIC'K OK APtM.lftllON rut!

: r : ',. Sim ke visited F. M. ''HIS BikE' RACE / TAX I>KKI>
of AT A
"I family WOULD GO GREAT Shaw-Lewis 4<*rna$e Illllo.. III.'O:
t Crews here Sunday afternoon.J. The marriage of Mrs. Monie NOT1C13 IS HRUKHV 1011! ['
visitor to from Jacksonville Saturday after that '1'. A. BrlllHon'' 1",1, \, i T,
T. Murr was a Lewis to Bert Shaw was an eventof
been spending Certificate Nt>. 50. I"HII"I'\ 1:
I" nif: Starke Saturday noon where she has January 18, at the home of day of July. A. 1>. 1)23! 1 In.: ''II.
i \ ; several days. \ same In my office and hat > d.I Iplication
Mrs. Dick Thomas ofMaxvillo < al
Mr. and HALF-BIKE AND HALF.BOA'TWOULD C. M. of Sampson City.
H I Carter and Phillips, for a tax deed. to''u.' .
Max
I ,I visited relatives here Sun- Mr and Mrs. thnreon. Said certificate ,
,
BIKE YOUE VOO 1 The marriage of the couple was i 'J(
I Friday -
Jacksonville
-p
children were in I the following I described ',
I'I'I'j tiny. DING- WHIE CALL 'IT A BITE OK. A IBOAJ4 performed by the Rev. W. E. Hall the County ;of Biadfurd..pr< t.; .' <

Mrs. Edith Padgett iclumed _ 27 OFP 4M of Green Cove Springs in the pres- Florida' to-..-it:
---- -. --.---- ? OI2. MAYBE I Nt"", & K'j' of 8K'4' & All H"
::"1 --- : \ ence of a few friends and relatives. of 1 SKV,, K of Klver "tip. "i.. ,

ABOA1CCyCL'F Their many friends wish them along Township I 4 South t I Itam. ".. :
//1 .1 Kust: containing I 2X0 Ir', ,
I = a. 11 -
I : WANTEDIIIARDWOOD; VENEERING BLOCKS and happy life.HAMPTON. more' or less.
II The assessment of th,. < ,I i,' i
: ). ... erty under the said .IIM. ": ,i' ">
; '" .m.-d was I In t the mui. .. I \\v I
Black Gum Tupelo Ash Magnolia) I Civile.
' : ( IJii: .
,,11,' ) : _ART 'MINC| Adi Nlmmo Ci..rrespndetiCMr. less said rertiriii'' i,M,,1 Ireleenecl | '
: \IHH\OOI) nurnldlng i I" I I" '
"LOW""" 38-INCH .sproperty 'i
\\IIA, I'AV I'KICKS I .
,:.II BLOCK IIKLJVKKCn: AT LAWTKY JUST A LITTLE "MIX UP". ". .___., .._ .. _ _. aHfLFANt_ and Mrs. Aubrey Frink and sold to the described highest th hud." !'" ; II"III j '.

I I family left this week for Brooks- court-house door cm 'th. fday ,, ., 1101

i 'fi 12 little Inch Ecu: Dhunet l\oIt'lUllur.\ _____ _________ _____.- .__lie per block LAWTEYO me not later than Tuesday evening JJOOTSEY'S BEACH vllle, where they will spend the In I N the the month 2nd. day nrI"u: .1 in"", ,hwhich I h, I I"JI"

.J IS Im-li UIM"r .. ______________________ -- 17eIt per block r,f each week. I I I II winter months. Dated this Htli.. /ili\, ; i I",? '.11''
,. Hanklnx
,. \ ; Inch Diameter __-__------_________ _- .- -22c per block J. Phillips. Correspondent Corrrxpondent I Mr. and Mrs.! Ira Brown who 1930 A. J. THOMAS

.I .'"\t 15 Inch IMamoter ___u-----------_ _--27c IHT blork Mra. Klna Arwood Whitehead Louis H. Hill, representing the M. A. Crawford. 81. died here I I have been visiting Mrs. Brown's Clerk of Cln i mi, i"i
___ ___S2c37c per block.c returned of Bradford i ul/l, % I 1"1 i ,,1 1 ,
f :I"lrI" / .. 16 Inch Diameter -_ _____----__--__--__-- blork The entire city was saddened last Federal Land Bank, was a business Tuesday night at the home of his ,I mother Mrs. W. P. Blrt, 1-1751-2-11 I

Dlanwtar ___ __ __ __ __ __ per last
--- Gainesville
.c 17 Inrh -- --- -- -- -- to their home in
here to St. Augustine Tuesday.
: 4tc block Friday when word reached visitor son R. N. Crawford after a pro
1H Inch l>Lamt >r _.__ __________-------------- per .
j of New Sunday.Mr. ::11:11'I.' | |:
Minnie
Arwood Miss
\ Manning
blork of Mrs. Elna illness of several weeks.
50e of the death longed
__ .____ per NOTICK Is helttbv. ,'. 1\, ,'
19 Inrh IJiaimHer ------------------ and Mrs. J. P. Summers and it > I in
20 Inch DUuiwter ..--__-___ --__--__-- _-_R7c per block Whitehead who died in a Starke York City is visiting at her home "Uncle Mathy" as he was known dir and by virtue of n l'i,n, ,1 10, r"

21 loch Diameter -" _-_______----_-_--__--__--_ __B4e2S per. block hospital after a brief Illness. here for a few days. to the entire community has made i family arrived. here this week after ,I of by Foreclosure the Honorable loud II.itt,,,01 I 1 ,'. I "d. ,it.'

Hi Inch lllajiH-tor ...----__------________ .-72c l per blork Mrs. Whitehead was born in Sel- Mrs. W. F. Wright; of Lamdrum his home here with his son far I I a tour in South Florida. I I Judge nf the Clli'Ult ,,u ,' ''I icI 1

,. : 2.1 Inch Dliutirter __ _______________________ __ -_-806< J per blorkper by County Ala., March 14, 1907 S. C., and Miss Nora Arwood of tho past several years and will be Mr nnd' Mra. J. F. Johnson, of 8th Judicial Circuit mi' ,i'I i I"

3. ; 24 Inch Uhll11t1lt'r ---u--u----- ___89c block ind moved to this city with her Birmingham. Ala., spent the weekend greatly missed! In this bereaved HavunT visft'd their daughter. I leery and for dated 11o..dln"fl1'. Januul" }. '. IM'I' "i I l'' itt.

, 25 Inrh DlantM-ter __--______--------------_ ___9ge per blorkpor parents Mr. and Mrs. (I. B. Ar- hcre the guests of relatives. home. Mrs A. Dennlson and Mrs. J. G. that certain cause t tli I. i t 1I I ,'i'.
nimneter _____ __ __ __ __ -I.O block I pending between thc t I1", .il, tI '"
1 2B Inch -- --- -- -- -- ( Work wood March 21 1926 and was on Mrs. Geo. Biggs Mrs. B. C. Gibson He wna born in Georgia but moved Lnmor Rux. I ;\lo"lKU CorpoiutlDii." i'l.i "i' "i ,ii/

'JI. j 27 Inch Diameter ------------------------l.i( per block I Ii : March 1, 1929 united in marriage and sons Walter and Melvin to Florida( ,Borne forty years Rev. McDonald' Waldo, pastorof I C. f'. Crosby et al.. lift i .I I., i "1
S8 Inch Diameter -------------------------l.2) per Methodist Churches of' undersigned. who was MI\, i u. 'i i il.ul.iUd i;
I the
i R. Whitehead who sur- Gibson, of Red Springs. N. C. have where he the remainderof
k 20 huh I>luiui UT _. ._ __-----------$1..0 per block I o Cecil ago spent us ;tfj; >in.i.il I I1" .-
SO Inch llUuiicter .-._--___-_ _-..__--__--$1.53 per block vives her untimely death. recently been the guests of Mr. his life. Funeral services were Hampton and WaMo, will preach eery to execute the "l1n.. ,, ,.i II:, ,
Whltehead and Mrs. W. H. Biggs. conducted here next Sunday morning and the Srd day of FebruarY.I'I. < ,10'.
at the Cemetery
1 CO. At an early age Mrs. Evergreen Ing the legal hour* cr i
SHIPPING
LAWTEY LOADING & I united with the Lawtey Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins had Thursday morning at 11 evening:, February 2. the Court House dnm. "'. .

.1. I.. HAItltKLI MRT. Church and has taken active o'clock Elder N. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. C. R. :Moore and Florida. sell to the Illgh" "I' i 01 I ',
an P.
as guests Sunday Mr. and :Mrs. by E. bidder, for cash, the f..I'
r : LAW'UI"LOIUU.: .'\ I .nterest in church affairs and at L. Dinkins of Jacksonville Mr. anti of the Pilmitive Baptist Church.He family were the guests of Mr. scribed lands, situate' l> :i ''ii., i,7.1, :

the time of her death was an officer Mrs. L. F. Dinkins of Starke, and leaves to mourn his loss two Moore's aunt :Mrs. T. F. Brown to-wlt Ing In: Diadforti Ctiunt1,,, 1 I'" .

_ j in the W. M. U. Mr. and ),11% .. Oscnr Andreu, of eons R. N Crawford of Lawtey, last Sunday. Knst three-quarters. ,ntNhJVi "
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. C. \ <>t NW*. and Funeral services were conduct- Starke.Mr. Joe Crawford of Jacksonville and the .
: last NW( all In 8. "i
id at the Baptist Church here Sun- and Mrs D. W. Moore and six daughters Mrs. Gus Wolfe, of L. :May had as their guests Township 6 South 1 Ii:.i >-"' .1
Saturday and Sunday their sister Kast. containing i i In all "
afternoon with the Rev. H. L. Jacksonville, Mrs. Charlie Hoffman
Jay children of Jacksonville, spent the of Gainesville. more or less,
Mrs. James Gnann
'*hupln. of High Sptlnga assistedby week-end here with relatives. of Plant City, Mrs. A. J. with the appurtenance- d I ,
-.--+ to be made I pursuant to ,, I 1""
I the Rev. C. R. Cutshaw officiating -I Miss Beatrice Miner and Miss Chism. Mrs. Spencer Rowells. Mrs. The first billion dollars appropriation to satisfy the wiiim' and ,

Music was furnished by Mrs. Mary Lucille Torode who are at- Grover Hodge nnd rMs. Jim Howard E K. I'KltltV.M: \ -
W. P Moore Mrs. J. G. Godwin. I all of St. George. Ga., and made by congress was In As Special MiMtiM, n i .
tending the Florida State Collegefor I l-17-at-I-il
1917. In 1918 it had mounted to
i i J. H. Ritch and D.V.. Moore accompanied Women at Tallahassee spent several grand children nnd greatgrandchild ,
: NOTICE eighteen billion and in 1919 to !a()'"It'JoJ OK Muirn: 1
1' : by Mrs. W. H. Edwards. 1 the week-end at their homes here. ren. twenty-five million. Notice Is hereby" niv i .[ ''i. it
i flower girls were members of her visitor The many friends of Miss Edna I slur and by virtue i.i'i i ii I'I
W. H. Biggs was a business ,
I -- final decree of '1
force 'iiw''
: School class and were Elva Johns of St. Ga. will be i
Sunday George ,
;
end I Icember
to Starke Saturday.J. English highway builders are experimenting !I rendered on I the 2HU. 'I i.
Lee Reddish Pauline Andrews I Interested to learn of her marriage A. D. 1U.15, *> H I ,
B. Rowe was transacting business with colored con :' Z. Adklns judge nt' th """
Rosa Mae Rowe Gladys Rowe Hilda !- Sunday Jan. 19, to Thomas
,. in Sanderson crete which is said to reduce the Court, In and for Bindf'n' i it! a''
Monday.
[ Wyrick. Oleta Smith Betty Blalock of St. George. Ga. Mrs. Florida In thnt certIn .111>' !If"
Machine Operators Including glare of sunlight during the day. In pending, wherein F .F ..I.m'I"r rcomplulnant <
I; : : Slot Phillips Jewel Reddish Hazel Richard Thede. who is attendingthe Blalock is the daughter of Riley and I.nU. IIlIhllr'IIlnlfh. '

Smith Dorothy Futch Inez Cut- University of Florida at Johns and made her home here for 1I1.n..s. 'L.: or Lulu Mncktansl. ,. ,' 10rleil

shaw, and Daisy Prevatt. Active Gainesville, spent the week-end at several months last year. She hasa ll..rcl"y noUc-8 Ix given thnt I, ., Cueser Mackfnsxlnn I I I' n" '\
f CLUBS FAIRS and OTHERS bearers Woodrow Cut- his home here. host of friends here who wish W. J. KpprrHon. nil Sheriff of Urnd- hart are defendants. I, 'hunJ'! ,.'
1 pall were ford County State of Florida by ylulled AU Special MJK(,,! "I I 1' *
shaw, Simeon Phillips And Futch. Friends of Mrs. Chas. Dinkins Uils young couple a happy married I virtue of that certain writ of execution for raid. to the highest. i d l I'hiilpr "

f Dock Wainwright, Keeffee Harrell.! will regret to'learn of her serious life of the iHttued Clerk under of the the Circuit hand Court And .eal of court house at the In South Klarlie.dooi llnidl")1 t .I ,

L IL and Claude Rowe. Honorary pall illness at her, home here. Mrs. Charlie Hoffman of Plant nrnrtford County Florida and bearIng county, Florida on Monday II F;
: 't Pursuant Chapter 1 7257 Laws of I 1935 I and Mr. and Mrs. : date of the 13th. day of Decem third day of February A 1 I' < .i
to bearers were: W. C. Wooten. D. C. T. T. Blackburn was a business City Spencer ber A. I.). 1034. on that certain during the legal. hours of mil. I \

Reid, F. R. Carradine, H. C. liar- visitor to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. Rowells of St. George. Ga., and judgment of even date. therewith the purpose of satisfying nld fir

.t inspectors from office are now seizingfor Icy J. L. Harrell Jr., and J. M. of Mr. Gus Wolfe and son Ralph and of record fn the public record decree, the following In derrIil&IdM llrailc r( ,
my and Mrs. Vernon Rowe orf NAid. Rrndf orct County Florida. In lying (miltieUir
of Jacksonville .
Wingate attendedthe
.
Redaish. county Florida, TO-WIT
Jacksonville. spent the weekendhere favor of M. A. Smith as Liquidator .\
. all coin-operated devices Mrs. Whltehead is survived by funeral here Thursday of their for Bradford County Dank a corporation Iot Three (3) and FMUI ,it) ,
.. confiscation the guests of relatives. in U'&'
block a4))
,,1 her husband, C. R. Whitehead, her father, M. A. Crawford.Mr. and against J. W. KdWHidH Thirty four (
I have levied .and will IngMtnn-Truby andnrp.'f
Bessie who Is employed upon
f li parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ar- Miss Terry and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and veil at the South door of the court sub-division of Northeast ''Iuart' I
: described in above Act which are not wood two sisters Mrs. Adel Ward In Jacksonville, spent the children of Jacksonville spent the hot,,,., In City of Htarke, Bradford I of Northeast qtmrtei "tcTwentyeight ''''', ',
week-end here at her home. County, Florida on Monday the 2ndility (2M, T. *
of Birmingham Ala., and Miss week-end here with her mother of March A. I). 1936 during (4) South Hangr T.i TvI

I I censed. Grace Arwood, of this city and two Mrs. T. J. Terry, Mrs. J. P. Wy- Mrs. Jean Gaskin and family the legal hour of Hale .to the highest I (UU cast.
and bent bidder for canh, the T. F. LANimi M I Idlu'c",1
brothers, E. W. Arwood of Flint rick and Mrs. Melvin Futch were Mr. and Mrs. Samson Crews and '
; !. 1 following neHrrlb lands of the. Must
J Top. Ala., and George Arwood, of visitors to Jacksonville Wednes- children of Macclenny have moved property of nald J. VV Kdwardri: and A. S. Crews solicitorfor

''J: : this city and one son three yearsof day.The into our community. They are residing II.'r1ddl: being- I :1 In HWVi Bradford of 8VV14 County: of, l-a-6t-l-complainant _

; This law does not permit exemptions to age, Robert Whltehead. Rev H. L. Chapin of High In the house recently Occu- NBVt of Section 18. Township I 0
any >
South Range 22 I .."t. Also ORn"R: OK; P-IMCA1IO( A
"I' 8tt! of
in the business visitor Moncle
} ; Intermont wall Crosby Springs. was a pied by Thompson. SBV4 of 0W(4( of Section 3, Town- aOTICFt TO AI'l'IttI hs

: for charitable and Cemetery under the direction of here Tuesday.The Wilbert Crawford of the CCC chip 7 Mouth linnic 23 Kant Also| NOTH'H IS) HKKKBYMrs ,
clubs fairs or purposes N>4 of of Gladys. Yarbrough.. a cJo"
; Funeral Home. NK'4 NWV SWVi of
Jones
thcDeWltt C.
Camp near Ocala '
Rev. C. E. Cutshaw will spent several H\VV4 nf NK\'', of Hoot'loannO, TownshIp 210 North Sheridan. Hiwd. K:*< *

,, machines be licensed BE- conduct services at t Baptist days here last week at the homeof 7 !Houlh Jt..."... !3 KHMIW. : Plttsbumh: : Pennsylvania. '">"
requires that all To AssIst l Veteriuu his mother J. EPPKHSOiV. Thfinus Hoffman of '"- F"
Mrs. ,
i Y cnurcn nere aunuay at il a. m. J. Roy Quinn. Sheriff of Bradford County, Bulldl"... rittshiii-Kh 1't.tt'' .lln
''t : O. J. Phillips city clerk announces and 7:30: p. m. to which services He was called here on account of I Florida. and J. T. Plckard and "tath"

.,.: $ FORE operation. There are no exceptions. that be will shortly havea all are most cordially invited to the death of his grandfather. l-al-ut-2-38: Tuttle whom I Is the unknown residence, and i>f \''*'4b<'' '

supply of blanks needed In applying \ttencl. Mrs. Grover Hodge and daughter SHERiFFS 9ALB Trust Company a cents ,"' "lit' '

;; .' : The fact that license has been applied for for an exchange of adjusted +-. Rcna, of St. George. Ga., and Hereby notice I. given that I. administrator. of the retaIl. ""r *
ii-d
certificates for V. J. ICi>p r.on an Sheriff. of Brad Hum E. Yarbroiigh. de(" '[
compensation Mrs. Gus Wllfe, of Jacksonville, ford County Stat. of Florida. by Its principal place of bu"ln"'I ':
t I does not authorize the operation of the bonds and on their arrival will have VANDERBILT returned home Thursday after virtue of that certain writ of execu Fudnral ,tItr.] .... J'ln"bur.hI"O"'"' _
tr Hon Imumt vanJjt. -tliafm t of t..tnl'I"'n' :
at his office at the city hall out of and'under the hill
r 1 same (:Miss Drlorln Bloodsworth, ( or.) spending the past week here at the hand and Heal of the Clerk of the been filed In the Circuit '"un;., L

machine until license has been attached to for the benefit of World War Veterans home of their brother, R. N. Craw- Circuit\ c; :rtd for Bradford County, Bradford County Florida If I F;.
and will "Hist them in fillingout Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman of ford. Florida, d Nov. 1.1th. A. (>. eery against you and each w IJt* *
131 on that certain Judgment dated. In that certain causa th..r"l.d.). 'V &
same. Jacksonville were visiting S. J. Miss Villa Prlvltt of Jackson Nov. llth A D. mi. In favor of the log wherein the l1' '
machine. Norman last week. ville la Bank of HtarK, a corporation, and of Columbia is plnintlff anto:
J spending some time here aaliiHt II. B. Korce and each. of and also Ka
Rt CIty Gate Writ Up Mrs. Russell Norman and Mrs and S. C. Crew. you
visiting Mrs. J, Roy Quinn. have levied upon and will Hell to the Yarbrough. Mary Alice vtttr0Utand
i The of received W. B. Bloodsworth .. 0;"
City Lawtey a were visiting Little Mimes highest and bent bidder for each airs Eva Fernandea ,
t nice write up In the January Issue Mrs. W. T. Crosby last Pansy and Eva luring the legal hours of Male on trU of the Last Will anti T'II'' '"." ,
.
official form in Thursday Jean Reddish spent the weekendat !Monday the 2nd. day. of !March. A. of W. R. Yvrbrough. d... '0. :]
I am issuing this notice in of the Florida Municipal Record at Corinth.Mr. Evergreen I). 193. In front of the South door as Trustee appointed by Itd, "''
: which speaks with credit for a city and Mrs. W. B. Bloodaworth visiting their grandmother of the rmirthouee In City of Htarke under said Will are de!..nl.i 'J. *.
Mrs. J. S. Rosier. Hrndfonl County Florida; the following number RIO. to (urecloHegage 't
'i that there be misunderstanding the size of Lawtey. spent Monday with his UP'"
order no mother lands the
I Quite a l large crowd from, here of sail an a first and prior "
,. }'Irs.V.. M. Bloodaworth, of Ral- ". C CrewH and Iy l"np..rIY being; in lot to the Interest' or ll l.> '
Cold forcl attended church at Evergreen Saturday said flraclfnrri County Florida, tn- of defendants, on the fi< I",,
: and to dispel the idea that there are any ex Damage night and Sunday.Mr. wit: M', of HWV, of N\V"H. and NW'4 scllbeil property. fltuuti .,""
: No estimate has ben received as Misses Deloris Bluodsworth and of Htt't.\ nf Sec-linn 13. III Township County ..Florida to-wlt 3 .;SI
to the amount of damage done by I Carrabelle Norman and Mrs. R. N. Crawford and South. Unlike 20 Bant. and NEH of SKVJ .and SK
ceptions. spent the week children spent Sunday at Wood- W. J. EPPEI180.V. of Section 10. and Wl. vVi ,
the recent cold weather here 0.1.1 end with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis Sheriff of Bradford County 8WV\. of Section II. all 'o "\
l though It is known that It has at Worthington Springs. lawn visiting at the home of Mr. Florida ship 6. South Itange, 22 .Ku; "'\.. I
and Mrs. W. R. 1-31-6t-2'311 er with Us lenem ntH. '
riously retarded the strawberrycrop .. C. C. Butler of New River was Kersey. ments, and appurtenance''

l J. M. LEE, COMPTROLLER and shipments will not begin t visiting F M. Norman and W. B. Greenwood Minnie Lee and Jewel Prlnglo of l> Tlin FlORID W tMH OK TUB STVIR OF Therefore you .and eachhereby .,.><' '

: for the next four weeks In any vol- Bloodaworth were visiting Pansy It required, to appeal \ ,.
Wednesday. appearing by affidavit filed In 1w"
Bill Cued
of
and Eva Jean Reddish Complaint so
umt Emory Johns of New River spent Sunday af Court that certain In and catme In the Circuit yon. on the 3rd day. of Fehrub. '.
ternoon. for Bradford County, 1934. at the office of thi I"
: the week-end here with Mrs. J. C. Mr5. J. L. Gasklns and .Florida. In Cb..n..ryentitled.. RuKene said court at the courtnc"
Help The Correttpondent Alvarez and family. children Hunter Plaintiff\ v. Carey Starke Bradford County r r
k (Do Not Operate A Slot Machine Until Several times recently citizens Mrs. K. T. Crews were visiting Mrs. N. M. Bradleyand Stunts,,for Defendant!, and the relief otherwise. the allegations ,' lb',
spent s few prayed being Divorce that 4s
; the of
: have asked the correspondent why days last week family Saturday night Defendant In a resident of State Complains will he takonfessed on:. R''
with a
j:1. her
mother, by you. IT IS::
: License Tag Is Affixed !) certain articles were not Included Mrs. G. W. Wainwright. who was Misses Mildred and Ruby Ches- or I. over County the unknown of to Plaintiff/ and that this Notice be published"0'
ace twenty-one
ser were visiting Miss yearn a week for four consecutlvtIn ,
In our notes from Lawtey and I very ill at Hellbronn Springs. Thelma and there I I. no D r.on In the !Mtate the Bradford County Tel'l("r*'

; wish to advise that it Is impossible Mra. J. C. Alvarez and family Gaaklns Sunday afternoon.The of res.Florida upon service whom would of personal pro- duly qualified newspaper paIn .. ,

for the correspondent to know all attended the funeral bind said Defendant.. personally Bradford County FloridaJanuary.
'T services at toes of the dead are cut off II' IM () 2nd 1936

.,,1, happenings' in the city and wishes Sapp Cemetery for Roman Addison to keep thel"'ghosta from walking dant Carey ItDlJn. Hunter! D. ,that appear th.'nel.n.to the A.Clerk' J. THOMAS.of circuit (,(.ur

to ask all who know any notes of who accidentally fell from a in certain semi-civilized: sections of Bill March of A.Complaint U. on the led day of County of Bradford.

-- general Interest to. hand them to building in Miami last week. the'_rW. ere pro Cnrfeuo ISIS other-wli will be a De Ktate of Florida.
entered'her SIt\L: )
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)LUME_ ONE .. : : __ STAHKE, FLORIDA. FHIDAY. JANUARY :31, 1938: NUMBER _NINETEEN
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EDITORIALS Health Authority I {',\un OP THANK
SCHOOL DAYS By DW1GOGGfttMT i W. wish to thank all of our

-- Speaks In ChapelHigh I lends. and t>r HlggH for their NO UPSETS

d ..- help and kindness shown us during -
\otcd to the Beat Interest of eti1E ,_ 1LE5 tS uLStTt I
school held
chapel was the illness and depth of our
JAME.) '
HADFORD 111011 SCHOOL Thursday the fourth period. in- '"' Jtl'\t'I'I ItIOT. FefeRCesTT father.

stead of on Friday, as usual. The GeTs st: "nc.. i ie :. coNttsT s1h 0' :4 1 It. N. Craw rord. The proper treatment
iulentH, Patrons, and Alumnae program, though Irregular, was ., : \.7"
And Family I for bilious child
J"V ? "" a
Interesting Mr. Solte, an Instructor 'C"IUI :
very t .. ,. .... ICESTARTSe I i fl Lawtey. 1> 1\.
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EDITORIAL, STAFF from the University of I ....".,. ::- ,, ..,.I.": To MEt-7 $ \ -.-- + 11111 ITvstI
jitor-in-Chlef----- A. W. Anderson Florida who gave a. health test ." "t rdtr'rlY ('ARD OF THANKS I1utylsl
here December and told E.\T } 'u':. l tit I I ____ _
I Jr I in spoke : /Rt,9lpty \ Itn "'. desire to express our heart- ____ caNSTtsIcI
jclety Editor_____Dorothy White I the results of the testa. ..-e ;t "\f',, "tr '. felt thanks to our many friends for hl tJI
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erary Editor, Marjorie MarwicX | The test, last December, was ""f ", ,1' ,J : their many expressions of sympathy II
|te Editor___ ___Hugh Walters | taken by the seventh grade the "" 0'. ,, ,",' and the beautiful floral offerIngs : -t<

fitorlal Editor ___Alice Royester tenth grade and the twelfth grade. o..ce.jC.C v\f "' during/ the IIIm'Mlllln,1, death ot I A tteanting doff todaa; a intutitrquantity

ature Editor ______Marie Thede Out of a possible score of 150, the J. \ our dear Klrm.Mr tomorrow; fU each fume,

mentary Editor -_____________ I seventh grade made 15, the sopho- "Jo, \r and Mrs II It Arwood I until bowels need no help at allANY t

.n___ Eunice Williams! mores made 47, and the seniors rf SH And Family I mother know the reason I'
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amp" 5te ,
auST.s 10 )1eas\ _, ; rJ
only made 48 or one point more trUFtE ; .....,..1'1II ** w I C. R VVhltehead. her child stops playing! r U
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than the tenth graders. It was ,' /) Tt6 fcASTirtO' PULLrXH"Amateur ,4 ear I littl.,il hard to manage COnsll,'uItus' .
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LOYALTY quite a blow to the seniors' pride TB.lV y I All fliitftah! have eyes that ml- But what a pIty".> few knnv im
sensible to set ''
and dignity. Kiale from one Bide of the head to way things right
<"lrst of all our loyalty is to ourRMves The ordinary laxatives, ol' < rti
To be loyal to others we In his talk, Mr. Solte broughtout the other. ordinary strength destroy all n MH, ,

Rfljipuld i (tv is be being loyal true to ourselves.and loyal Loy-to a not caused the following by bad points blood:but Bolls by are an ; '114/ a t4',', (S l It 1 S 1 c pEtwMER The ancient oity. of Troy was I of A restoring liquid regularity laxative U the answer, '
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infectious germ. j TH1t1 ( .t built on top of eight other cities '! mothers The answer to nil vmtr
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when down pest lyfWtRS fi
they are
.tii4m! 01 group -' ice tl, Excavations showed the nine cIlii'H worries over con t pration. A .Im <1
tee ,. t
and need, as well The saying "feed a cold and w"' r 1
out support '! o o.. r Too s tns cretstf each built on the ruins of Its' pie can be mtaturttt. The done mi ''>11'1'
and starve a fever" Is absolutely false. 'VII'O'IC.\ > tltst'.4. 1
when they are winning are / Ie.leRl' clecesnor exactly suited to any age or np>-
uing along fineo The popular belief that All-Bran ( cnf: r r r.,. -_ -u_______u Just reduce the clone each time u 'I I
criticize destructively when is good for constipation ia false. COO Ice $ tce 1 ,'- RS the bowels are moving of (heir. "'u
J A checks accord and need no help
Is doing his boat does not show We should be suspicious about VCOM t, \\C.tl
This treatment will succeed with
s ,d sportsmanship or loyalty. all advertising. '. 'tGONN Colds any child and with any adult.

vfext comes loyalty to the school, There Is no such thing as grow- 6 6 6 mid Doctors use a liquid (laxative,
'IJ and state, which are three ing pains and hence all pains in s S 1a Fever Hospitals use the liquid form If it
lo o'rip r1 Is beat for their it is next for
Iy{ . about)> If you are loyal to family they might mean some serious Ill .. a ousrsM ,. t.ulxtrmvw'r.tnt.err., Hoadacht'H home generally use use The is Dr.liquid Cnldwell's laxative Syrup they

ats friends you need not think Nvt '.' : tt.itriC ., MU.\:1.: .', In SO inlmitw Pepsin. Any druggist has it
ness.Patent .4-
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'te the' more things we come in.rfrntact I it Is only copyrighted.
\\: to be loyal to. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Hay-fever Is not an illness or .5
Loyalty Is an abstract noun. We .. /4 I
disease and golden rod( does not 6 A
Jean by that, something whichn cause it.Yeast. "' r' i huNsfR'CMOTRS % e My Many fears xperli-iico: I Aliikcn II Possible for A/r to header
not be seen. Whether we see VOKES tCHCf t1'IEN1": l'UOl\II''F sad COMITKODS "NMODKKV1K ItVi('t:
Is of no value to the Intestinal : rr.w
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or not we certainly appreciate k ; wauep
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track.It f
'I eople being loyal to us. OF ICAe Il "Stiirlul'lorldik. '

Since we high school students is perfectly all right to eat VQF sash 0 I HeWITT C'. JONES
live' such u great chance to show oysters In the summer! time as in c
the winter time. Cots TIF ; - I
let's do !
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...By. A. M R. There Is no truth in the saying foR S' wowN os l. !W11S 0' tAe9 I Helping Your Family fo E.!:.fterC@NTR@LL I 1
that milk and fish eaten at the
WEEI'LlIOT1'O same time, will cause illness. -- .

| Anything worth doing at all Is These are only a few of the In- ProgramIs Announcements School Will Have 0-11 CO gI
i urth doing well. teresting facts :Mr. Solte broughtout Ui
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Put On in ChapelThe New Games
Many
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Safety Club meets, Wednesday .
ExchangesSemester able truth he told concerning the i < ->I> value of certain well known anti- elementary chapel exerciseswere the fourth period.All I Through the Government Rccre -'1 l"""t- '{ xuM ,.. W,4 ,

Exams septics, toothpastes, etc. held, Thursday morning; third Interested in shinny skating;, nUnn Facility I'rngrnm WI' are going ..f'4i! i' ':" ; :':
:Me. Solte gave much valuable period : to have u Shuffleboard game .. \
Jsten" my children and you shall bicycling and diamond bull, see ) :
Information and he was one of the u Tennis Cuuit, Volley ball courl I! ,
The exercises opened with a .
hear Miss Dorothy Sapp, recreation director ....4t\
the midnight cramming of students speakers who have made us sorry song "Morning Prayer," Lord's Dlnmonci bull field l, and a recreation & & .Y ,.......... .!If< ,
when he reached the end of his club. I."I.
here, Prayer, and Flag Sulute led by -

ho forgot to get the lessons by talk.We Miss Buddington. The Student Government will We are /going: to have a bicycle When Cold If a Cold Strike .

daily toll certainly hope he will pay us Tho elementary grades] gave an held Its regular meeting next team, a skating team and a diamond Vicks Va-tro-nol helPS. Vicks VapoRub helps I'

i to prepare for exams burnt the another visit soon. Interesting program, an Amateur Thursday ball team. These will be put
---- +- --- -- Prevent many f': End a Cold sooner
midnight oil. Hour; John Kinlaw was the an Into operation by Miss Dorothy .;i

hie Crammers in the class are Meet The SeniorsLadles nouncer. The Student Government will Sapp! former graduate of this At the first. wnrninu Hnceze or nn...iil If A told tins, already developed i'"*

the ones who ay: The first number on the program put on a Chapel prngrnni today ut school, who is tho recreation director lirittitkxi' quick Ii,-a few drops of .ViwksVupoRub,the mother's: sttndl',y
M Jra sorry, but I don't know my and men alsowe wishto was a dialogue given by W 10:40: o'clock. All arc welcomedto here. Recreation will be givenon VlcksVatrunolupeutbnoslyd.C4pein: : trrutingcold'. .. Rubbed i on ut bedtime '
work today take this opportunity to reintroduce I A. Saxon and Odessa Griffls. They come out and see it. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fri c'i.illy dc" i)tied. for nose suet' throat, /iitmliincd, "pnulfitt' .iror'lie:*
Jt will have It tomorrow or may- and reestablish ourselves.In 'I' make very good negro characterswith ----. _--- --- days. u'here most be next year, the first part of the year their colored face comedy. {'O IINO I Theodore Young, Hme-keeper to /freitnt many colds' and to throw tint.hclpshrcnkuuige'sion,Oftrrt,byiiKirnitiH :
cause for passing grades, I about one-half of the senior class I Next act was Monteen Warren, Two young men from the Uni- and foreman of the recreation pro. off heud colds' In their early stages llic, worst of' the cold is our
greatly fear made their debut and will : versity of Florida and members of jects la also a graduate of this .
now we looking very much like Shirley Follow VI..... Plan for Heller Control of CoIJ.!
share will be small, and I think the rest of the the Blue Key: Honor Fraternitywho school
present sophlatl-! Temple, while she sang "When I
A helpful guide' fewer adds> and' thai, tit coins Dtveloixsl hy Vicks!
with remorse cated, dignified, proud lovely sen! Grow Up." Sara Barefoot represented will speak on "The Honor -- +----- CliemiKta und Mvdiciil St.iff.: tested In extensive, ilmni, by pr.utkinK -

|xt year I'll surely continue the iors.The Silly Miss Simpson, who System"" and "The! General Cub Secretarial Class pliysiLl.ins! lurtlier proved. in everyday honic uxe by mil- ,

course. first picture in our album sung "Long Long Ago." Cowboys, I lege. linns The Pl.in Is fully explained. in e.uh, Vicks package: ,
Borrowed. The Frond is the picture of a brown-eyed, a group from the sixth grade, accompanied Getting ExperienceThe

Went Palm Beach. brown-haired, light complexioned by Simeon Phillips A new month As the year set- \It 53/ if> Vtikiflffn/ I loam-vtlli c;ra.cL711o&.E nrry r
t II S. Journal. We have sum- girl! of twenty. playing his guitar, sang, "I Left tles down let us too settle down students of the Secretarial \ *' ., ,,:. ,. 'f> r./. (I". e. T I Nile CKUI-ln mill

i>r school If one doesn't: wish toke She Is a new senior, was born My Gal! In the Mountain," dedicated and really get to work and I do our ; Training Class are getting Home rIm: 1lWij/f ; k' / !
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the course next year. the fifth day of January In 1916. to !Miss Jacobs, "True Blue Bill," best. actual experience of office practice NdI1Ii4wiNll'a> iuUi'115
Name: Clara McGee, late of Stuart, dedicated to Mr. Gray. Donald __ u_ __. through the kindness of Superintendent -- -----

JTeut giand-dad was a busy man, Fla., where, up to the present time, Bagwell recited, "Ben Franklin's Two More Losses Griff. and Mr. II. T. Hull,
> picked his teeth with his hunt- she attended school. Thrift." It. C. Bagwell and J. C. Jr., Agent fur Peninsula Life Insurance
picked his teth with his hunting Clara likes spinach and is fondof Anders rendered: two musical numbers Added To Record Company. This class consisting -

knifed driving V8's. She doesn't like on Jews Harp and Haromlnca! of seven girls, wishes to
--'o ; the same suit all his dancing and frivolity.Her respectively Lust but not) least -Two more disastrous games added express their -gratitude- for this-

life ambition is to be a nurse the "PickUp Sisters"-,Fay Yar- to our list of losses! Lake Butler I opportunity !
ate corn-bread and bacon fat and favorite saying is "Oh my brough, Loca Bell Sumner, and won both the boys and, the The seven lucky girls are: Elaine '

lit Great-Grandson would starve goodness." Oveidn.. Thomas sang "Moon Over gills' game last Friday night at Wynn, Dorothy White, Ruth Tomj j
on that Clara likes Spoken English and Miami." Lake Butler. lln.ion, Lettle McGee, Katie Fit it M

The Rookie, Rodman, S. C. hates Geometry. (who doesn't?) The announcer called each of The gIrls' game did not start un- gate, llurnestine Andrews, and ,loUrlner \' :
{Us. We should so! Mrs, Heawley Is the In I
say them to the microphone for the til 8 o'clock.' A hard, clean game
-+- As we turn the of the B. ottuctor of this class
pages audience to vote on the best number was fought and the final score:
UlorGHTS; FOB THE WEEK II S. ---- -. ,
Rogues Gallery we coma The cowboys won first prize We7; they- 16
The man who loses his opportuty across the features of a boy of seventeen and Sara Barefoot won second This was the closest we Little Audrey was In F.thlopm; :
game
loses himself.It brown eyes, brown hair, prize. with her mother once. One day
have played against: a strong team
is the duty of a man to do me mcl dark complexioned.The This was u very good program, this I ho Italians dropped a bomb un I
Jiuin t If he can and he is to do so. name Is Bill McMillan. He every body seemed to enjoy it very year mother's head but little Audrey I
They can conquer who believe"y breathed his first breath on Dec. much. The boys' game WQSI/ harl only laughed and laughed because
can 13, 1918 And hopes to breathe for game, a new referee was put In at /oho know Italian Uulm" was good! .

j The lofty oak from a small acorn quite a spell yet. Bill Is a Starke 1'KOFKHSOKS NITWIT A the half and the scorekeeper seem- for the skin! I ''
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near-sighted some- I
rows, boy though he liked and went to I iOWINOT, ? --
[[everyone In the architect of hisn school in Ashville, N. C., and Titus- "Sunt of Si'lenee" thing, and "I'vu h-houslng" was' W T. \Week, : Please, sir, I think' '
fortune general. We lost 12--21, I you'ie wnnted on the phone.
vllle. Fla
Dear Profs: .1'
Bill likes Today at 3:30: we meet Sanderson BOSH Simeon P. You think'
sports and good sports What were your occupations be- iL EXTRA "IIIe.WT" IN il-C
NEXT WEEK ami nice girls. Ho hates conceited fore you became professors here. They have beat us twice What's good of thinking? i
(:Monday, February 3: people. Enquiringly, thIs year and they beat Lake But- W. T. Weeks: Well sIr the j

Girls Glee Club His bad habit Is smoking and his Hugh Hiram Walters. ler at Lake Cut lor'! This promisesto voice at the other end mild, Hello. 1 road tests 1 to 3 mites
Teacher's Meeting ambition is to be a sales managerIn be a hard gamo and it certainly Is that you, you old I Idiot ? prove more

rhursday February 6: a big store. Bill's most loved Dear Hugh Hiram: looks dark for our team. f J
V-lementary Chapel. subject is Salesmanship most Professor Nitwit was an India I Come and see that games'! Tho wormlike peifpiitua ensnares per gallon
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trrlday, February 7: Disliked is English. rubber man In the circus but quit I -----. ------ 'Insects hy shooting sticky I I' 'S J

High School Chapel. Next wok we will give you a because the strong man was always -i Bradford Teachers thrends at them "
Presented by Student Government picture of Lettle McGee. Fromrogut's' using him to rub out mis- .' I {
Meet Here FridayLast It Is emlmated thai St1:: 'livarlu'<, I
gallery-. N. Johns. takes in his letters and ProfessorKnowknot
famous Italian violin rrmkei of OnI,I
oday was an organist until
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Mr. George J. Randolph will his monkey died. Friday January 24, the Bradford mona, made approximately 1,OOOI I
Interesting NotesOur violins. Ia Ie I
speak at 2:30: p. m. in the auditorium "The Suns of Science" County Teachers Association I .
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Profs. N. & K. held their -I'f'gulal' meeting while
--... old Editor-in-Chief Dorothy students had a vacation.In I
Sapp, was out to visit us last Mon- Dear Profs: a brief business meeting the: ae II"
SocietyWynn day. Che: Is now our recreational What will the men wear this minutes were read and approvedand I e a-

-- director. spring? a committee to recommendthe o f

:Inlo"l spent Friday in Stylish. continuance' of the twelve .. ;1
"I" I ,,it of this school page w"' Al Kfty '''' 1I-1' >' r burning, tr nty. or

rs was vlsi'lrjj in .11. M out Ire Telegrniv.: ... I lK.CI.eU. lUC m icn/ *.t* .'ht,
j'-.l; .rat l> > 1
.w. ("..d.ch. dizziness! I lot of I ,
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Inc wille week. Dear Al cntrglg /, '
Wednesday : Mr. J. H. Benson (chairman), Mr.
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pains, swellings end pufAn.t .- ./
lulla Tison spent Sunday In Most of us will wear the clothes Kponhr.lt.8. Mr. C. M. Howard, and under the eyes? Ar. you tiled, nerve I )
Ido, visiting friends. Margie and Bill McMillan will we bought in 1928. Mrs. Louie Hill. our-feel ill unstrung end don't I -

:arnestlne Andrews spent Sun- soon become "bus-riders" as they I Obligingly, Reports from thone attendingthe know whit l It wrong? .
r at Lake City. are moving out of town. Profs N. & 1C Florida Educational Association Then give! torn thought to your .." .I'r'
>rene Davis spent the week-end I held in Orlando during the kidncyt. B. iur. they 'function proper* f :
Jacksonville with relatives. Several juniors and sophomores Dear Profs: Christmas Holidays., were heard. ly for function! kidney disorder! per- to...._.............,,_. __ ,.. ,
'.thcl Taylor spent Sunday In have volunteered to learn and aid Whls Js correct--"A hen la sit- Mr R. R. Canard, Mrs Futch, and encetf wide to stay In the blood I
:ksonvllle.'uby In newspaper work. ting" or "A hen Is setting" ? Mr J. H Benson gave very clear system and to poison end upset the whole Ii Iimitt One gallon could lift a 75-ton whalo 660 feot t

Dampler was visiting In Stupidly, and Interesting reports.Mr. .
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Uie Does Pill.Doen' for tnkldneyi .
h ere Ak the Sinclair Dealer/
: Springs, Sunday. Mrs. E. K. Perryman gave to thelibra.ry Olen Uedenbaugh. Benson was elected chair- only They.. recommenced/ ; ...
Ir. and Mrs. Howard were visit- at least 79 magazines' We -- man of the Commercial Department Vie. w.rld over You can get the genuine -
In Jasper and Valdosta Ga.. appreciate them, very much. Stupid Olen: of the F E. A, at this meetIng tinte-tetted Do.,,', el ny anigi
ing the week-end. ---- -. Why worry about that! What in Orlando. More. t Agent Sintloir Refining Company (Inc)

Bill Edwards: (entering restaurant you want to know Is when they are The meeting was adjourned and FOIL SIN4X.AIK: ritOOL'CTS;
;A. person carries three extra11es ', ) : Do you serve crabs here? cackling are they laying or lying? the principal and Mr. A. J. Grlf- fllONK IM
of blood vessels for every Artford Brown: We serve anyone Ask us another, fla retired to make plans for theapproaching 1 a II I J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.
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BROOKER Reduction
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fl < Betty Ann Flynn Has Manassa-Ledford Duty A
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Birthday Party Mr and Mrs. R. R. Rutledge MlM Vera. GaIney, Correspondent Will Aid Farmers Vegetables, Fresh, In HI,,?

1 Little Miss Betty Ann Flynn, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.-N. Mott and children Beans (green Natural) _30 Stat% on:
Ii the marriage ORLANDO--Just what the new val"| ,,
3QcielrlJf and announce "?
Mr.
r four year old daughter of spent Sunday in Rising with
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Mrs George B. Flynn, was honored of their niece friends and relatives.Mr. reciprocal tariff treaty with Canada i: Cabbage _____30% on viu I n:,:;
Edna Sherrill Ledfordof Eggplant 30 :
afternoon, January 21 is ------ % on
last/ Tuesday and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and means to Florida's growers v.i j pN
,: with a birthday< party at her home. Jacksonvilleto last week-end explained here by J. Curtis Robinson Cucumbers .,___30%; on val
T son Winfred, spent \\-t;j.
rf A pink and blue color scheme of the Growers & Shippers Peas _______ :
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1 i Arthur Manassa In Frostproof, as guest of their son --- % on vu,,i I ly
f "II' Music Club to Have Leo And Anna Canova was effectively carried out for the of Stephen StarkeOn and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. League of Florida, who quotes Tomatoes -_____30% on vm J K;

';i' Prominent Visitors Visit Here; JudyIs occasion. The pretty birthdaycake December twentieth Marlon Hazen. from figures compiled by the Peppers ------_ 30% on vi, ) 1 lv
was Iced in white and was American Fruit & Vegetable Shippers Radishes ___
., FolliesLeo : 30
In New %
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nineteen hundred and thirty-five A. E McKinney of Raiford spent vm ]
Mrs. S. Leroy Smith, of Miami adorned with four burning candles.
''r.. Association showing reduc- Okra _____ 30
$ti ----- % on ,
q' in Jacksonville last week-end here with his fam \.1 i )y
I::1. I President of the Florida Federa- and Anna Canova, of the This was centered on the dining of Mrs. !' tions in duties, etc., on fruits and Melons ______3c each 2'. {
The Is the '
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I J ; I tion of Music Clubs Is making an popular Canova Family, radio and table in a very artistic arrange- I Cella I.groom Manassa of Starke and ily.The vegetables entering the Dominion.The Fresh Fruits (Inot other- "ae
". Rev. G. E. McGauley and
I tour of the state. She Is entertainers, ment. League Is a member of the
J official motion) picture are he has a host of friends here who wise provided for 20% ,
and attended on
and contests daughters, Mary Juanlta, \ it:llr..
: Mrs E. F. Montgomery Outdoor American Fruit & Vegetable
:3 '' accompanied by games : Ship
in Florida and Florida
vacation fruit
C enjoying a wish to offer congratulations.Mr. church services at North and v.Kt.UbJ
of the enjoyed by the young guests Association.
were pers
vice-president
1'j visited friends< and relatives here and Mrs. Manassa are living Pleasant Grove Sunday. growers and shippers and
: "I and of Lake the afternoon. Betty Ann hops
North Florida Dlntrict during (
i The following tariff
J < In duty changes to Increase their
Fernandlna.
i last Starke was their Canadian b,7
Friday.
!
,
will visit the local received many lovely gifts from Elder and Mrs. W. M. Moody of
City. They have been
agreed (for the
'j upon this
and their -- ness season Mr. ,
home for --- ,
jd I club Thursday morning February many years her friends, which she proudly dis Lacrosse, were visiting in the commodities H bll180:
;< have been followed with Dinner shown) which are points out.
e .: a: ,!I 6, at 10 o'clock at the Woman's careers interest by many folks here. played. Lovely Birthday home of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey grown in the U. S. and ImportedInto
Club building. All interested In Refreshments of ice cream and Miss Juanlta Barefoot was the Sunday. Canada:

'. y:1p 1 music are urged to attend this The Family under the names of cake were served to the young:folks honored guest at a birthday dinner Rev. Colonel Crosby and daughter For. New

t A. meeting. Those who would like to Judy Ann, Pete and Zeke, became and on departing each was presented given Wednesday evening, January Evelyn, attended church services Product For Duty U. S. REAL

<< ,.' '[ I stay for the luncheon please Inform famous with In their vaudeville hill-billy and on act the and radio candy in a blue cellophane bag. 15, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. at Wateroak church, Sunday.Mr. Bean, Per Ib.___ .n.2c Duty lV4c
i' the chairman. Mrs. K. O. Trs. Flynn was assisted by Mrs M Barefoot their home and Mrs. George Husteen
: .' continued to rise until they were > at on Peas _u.___ ____lo %c ESTATEIF
p 1 Duncan featured parts in "Calling Glen Wood, of Gainesville in serving Call Street. The occasion was the of Ocala, spent Sunday here as Potatoes (Ir.) 100 lbs 75c Fr.
I /given the following young people, fourteenth birthday anniversary of guest of her parents, Rev. and YOU WANT TO
; i; ..ImII' I JiM 'W:\. All Stars, a musical show on attend Janet
J > Broadway. Motion picture engagements / who were invited to : their daughter.The Mrs. G. E. McGauley. BUY, SELL OR RENT
.. I followed and the Canovas Anderson Betty Jo Durden, Madge table arrangements for the Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and SEE uS-
RITZ THEATRE Brownlee, Nancy Lee Knight, Barbara occasion were artistically carried Medicated
Jo
wore seen here briefly In "Broad- very daughter, Betty were visiting I
r;: > Jean Johns, Helen Price, Dotty out with motif of
; Gondolier" "la Cullente." a qplor; pink in Jacksonville last Thursday and I\ with ingredients
aiyl WILSONREALTY
way of
,[ :I' STARKE to break Sue Biggs, Margaret Monteith, and blue. The dining table was Friday. |I
"We are trying away
Shirley Montgomery, M a rl o n laid with Irish lace cloth and Vicks
an VapoRub
ltl from the hill-billy act now." Anna We are sorry to report that Rev. i < CORD
I PROGRAMBEGINNING Brown, Marjorie Clair Manning, in the center of the table was placed "I
"It but this G. E called to
,
says. was popular McGauley was
I I ,1.1.: Peggy Ann Wiggins, Carolyn Edwards a bowl of pink rosebuds. Add- : _
,
;"I'it FRIDAY type of entertainment was a fad Alvarez Paul Odum, Georgia, Wednesday be-1 j _. : '_'.&. ,,,, I
f Jackie Ray ing much charm to the table were >> .: : ,:: : 'fi'!' /
the and will of the death of his
that country father
'I swept cause HI j
Canova, Joe Monteith, and .
: George .
'' FRIDAY, JAN 31 I eventually die out. It isn't a good I pink tapers, which were held by R. McGauley. Mr. McGauley made I J -
If' Winkler.
"Bad Boy" thing! for the public to think you blue holders and burned duringthe his home here with his son last I
j --- )
i't can do only one stunt" dinner. summer and he made many friends NO. 1 MAINE
.fames Dunn "Miss Blue Bonnet" To Be The honoree was the recipientof
who will to learn of his
t, r Dorothy UlhnnSATURDAY. Judy couldn't make the trip to Presented in KeystoneThe several lovely gifts during the death. regret POTATOES 101bsl9
Florida because she Is now rehearsing evening. o ( I
r4 FEB. 1 for an appearance In the Woman's Club of Keystone Besides the honoree and her pa Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Crosby of &

p;, Double Feature new edition( of the Zlcgfeld Follies, Heights presents "Miss Blue Bon rents a four course chicken din- Youkon, spent Sunday here as

of The Law"With which is scheduled to open in New net," a three-act musical comedy, ner was served to: Mr. and Mrs. guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. KEROSENE Gal. lie} ]c
"Riders week. Great P. A. Crosby.
York this things are on Thursday and Friday, January L. J. Green, Robert Green, and
expected of Judy by the theatrical 30 and 31, at the clubhouse In Key Miss Imogene Parker, of Grand Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Mott and ITAetlSHID WINNER HOCK GROUND
Hol Steele critics who praised her work In stone The curtain rises leerIWEREECONOMYAULESj
I Heights. Rapids, Mich.Executive children spent Sunday here as
And"Awakening "Calling All Stars" and< hailed her promptly at 8:15: : o'clock, offering .-- guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c

,z ,% of Jim as a rising young comedienne. approximately two hours of clean Board MeetingOf M. Mutt

Burke"with Leo who Is remembered here entertainment. The entire cast of Mr.\ and Mrs. Howard Summerswere
{r l, } for his fine tenor voice, continueshis the play ia composed of residents Woman's Club called to High Springs last FANCY 11LITE ROSE

1'1 ,lack Holt studies In music, and his work' of Keystone Heights. Besides< the There will be a meeting of the week because of the Illness of Mr.
la now said to be better than ever regular acts of the musical comedy executive board' bf the Woman's Summer's mother. We ali wish RICE 5 Lbs. 25c

+, j SITN-MON.: FEU. 2-S by those who have heard him re there will be presented a variety of Club next Thursday, February 6, her a speedy recovery .,,

a "So Red The Rose" cently. Anna, at the piano, and colorful choruses between the acts. at four o'clock, at the Clubhouse.All Mr.\ and Mrs. A. L. Parrish and I FINEST S<..o'oLARD
with his the This presentation ia! owned ex-
Pete, violin complete
members of the executive
i \IlIrjClt..t! Sullivan children of Trenton, spent part of ,
'' \\ultrr Connolly musical family. clusively by the Wayne P. Sewell board are urged to be present. the week here with friends and rel- 2 Lbs. 25c
Randolph Scott The mother, Mrs. Henrietta Ca- Co., of Atlanta, Ga., Is under the atives.
Miss _
to whose the directorship of Helen Alex- --- -
nova early training U. D. C. Will Meet WednesdayThe
Tl'ES-UKD., FEB. 4-5 family probably owes much of Its ander. MMIV-ANN OLD FASHION

; "I FOUND success, remained in New York W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. Mrs. George Flynn Gives
; with Judy. W. M. S. Circles : C., will meet Wednesday after- MEAL 10 Lbs. 20c

STELLA PARISH"Kay Anna and Leo stopped here briefly Will Meet Monday noon, February 5, at three o'clock, Seasonal RecipesThe _
--
I Francis, at the home of Mrs. Sarah L. Ham-
Wednesday on their way to MI- following recipes, which GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
Paul Lukas Circles of the Woman's Missionary rick. Hostesses: Mrs Hamrick and
k
ami where they will remain sev- are very appropriate for this
I'' Sjbll JawonTIIURH.FRI. Society of the Methodist Mrs. L. A. Rennokla. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
t eral weeks They were accompanied season, were given by Mrs\
Church will meet Monday after-
fl
i. -
on their first visit here by Mrs. George B. Flynn. I
E : ., FEU. 0-7 noon at three o'clock Circle Number -.Church To Show -
Pete Canova Orange And Pineapple
I "Freshman Love" :) One will. meet at the home of Marmalade I'LAIN OR; SELF.RlSINGIONAFLOUR
: Moving PicturesThe
'; Frank Mellimh Mrs. J. W. White, with Mrs. White 6 Urge or 8 small oranges

Patricia Kill, The automobile show held recently and Miss Olive Ray as hostesses. Presbyterian congregation, 3 small cans of crushed pine
'rt Warren Hull in Boston reported an In- Circle Number Two will meet at of Starke will enjoy a itch treat apples

.._ crease of 300 per cent in sales over the .home of Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Friday night, January; 31, when : pounds sugar

::.- :. .. I the previous exhibition. Davis, with Mrs. Davis as hostess. I they will be honored( by a visit Peel half of the"'oranges--us.- 6l>.Sk. IZ-lb. Sic. 24-lb. Sk. 48lb01.: .

I --- ----- from three widely known Church ing peel of the unpeeled half-

j workers. Tho Rev. AlexanderLinn cut all up fine or run through a 23c 43c 83c $1.63

1 : of Lakeland, State Sunday food chopper, mix all the Ingre- _
I CLOSING OUT WORK CLOTHESOVER School Missionary, Miss Lena dients together and boll for one FKE.SH! FANCY- RIPE -

: H j 'Smith, Field Representative, and hour. Pour up In Jars and seal. TOMATOESCARROTS Per Lb. 5c
r '1 I the Rev. Dr. Black, of Chicago, Ill, Brownies
t tf member of the Board of National
: 3 tublsp. shortening Per Bunch 5c
'
'
ALLS Missions. Special reels of moving
t all Blankets pictures representing life in different 1 1 cup fee sugar LETTUCE Per Head 5c

f ( sections of our country, will
iAND 2 squares of melted unsweet- I
t COLLARDS Per 5c
be shown. The officers of the ened chocolate Bunch
} and church and the members are urgedto
,. >!i teasp. vanilla CABBAGE 5c
Green Head
be present and friends of the I
1 cup flour

"' Comforts church are Invited._ -!._. _.- 1 teasp. baking powder I BANANAS Fancy 4 Lbs. 15cFANCY

,4 cup milk
DELICIOUS AND
NINESAP
W. M. U. CirclesTo
Pinch of salt
Ati Meet Monday !!a cup nuts I APPLES 4 Lbs. for 25c

Melt shortening, add sugar ,I
The Circles of the Woman's Mis- and unbeaten egg, mix well, add s
; I sionary Union of the Baptist ELlCIOtJS-'t'I.I. FLAVORED
Greatly chocolate, vanilla, milk, and
\i Church will meet! Monday, Febru- flour which has been sifted with J ELL 0 3 Packages 17cIA I.

ary 2, at three-thirty o'clock. and nuts. )
baking powder, salt '
I Circle Number One, Mrs. W. B. )() CABIN ;
. Reduced Mix well spread about one-half
; t' H" Alexander, leader, will be enter- Inch thick In pans. Bake. When SYRUP 12-oz. can 19c
PANTS98c tained at the home of Mrs. D. L. cool cut in squares.
I'oot
I Prices L .______ __ I Bc Maxwell house 2 c)o rz
hostess TO.\Sl.S. ;
' ; .J to 1,59 I'kg. COFFEE Lb.nailerr' .
I 1 tess.Circle
II
l "' Number Two Mrs. L. G. c Minute '

\ : They" Wear" Like Iron Powell, leader, will be entertained If It's' Life Insurance COC'O.HIb.. tin 12 TAPIOCA 8-oz. pIcg'. l 1.
\'ON
C'Ol.ou.n: It.\ "8 IIa\e It. SeeH.
at the Pastorlum. With Mrs. C. I
: : B. Price and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee I T. HALL
't ,i : BEDSPREADS 5s hostesses. !SULTANA PEANUT: i
WORK SHIRTS39c
Agent
Circle Number Three-Young I FKNINSl'LA LIFE BUTTER 1Lb.. 15c 21-oz. 19c

FULL: SIZESPECIAL Matrons Circle-Mrs. E. L. Biggs, IS l'lt.\N'E t'OJII'ANYFLORIDA: ANGELUS

: : 69c 98c leader will be entertained at the .. P & G SOAP 3 For lOc
:! I home of Mrs. C. A. Knight. With

1.49 \Varm and Durable Mrs. Knight as .hostess.. NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c
------ -
LOT :MISSION! HILL APPLES Fine Evaporated 2 Lbs. 25cSUNNYFIELD ,!

i I COLOREDBED ONE WORK SHOES The freezing temperature did not IH-CK \\HEAT 1
' deter or hinder the services of the : .J.\'I(!-lON\'ILI.E, FLA.
PANCAKE FLOUR 15c %;
,\ 4 SPREADS Bible Study on Tuesday eveningfor 2 For

J 1.59 1.89 1.98 there was a larger crowd than : TWO BIG DAYSTIlt'RSOAYFRIDAY IONA NO. 2I 1/, SIZE CAN

89C usual. There was some special : PEACHES 2 Cans 25c
Each for
w Only 'omfort Comes First music by it group of girls which FEB. 6-7
ANN PAGE
'
I 1000 YARD* ndJed to the interest and the'

I $r LI. UNHLEACHED: I
wards" and the leader made this,
-SODA '
LUMBERJACKSGREATLY
SHEETING I very clear and understandable.
I
'
"Moody Duy" a service commemorating CRACKERSSUNN Pound Box tOe r

} b S6 IN. WinE the one hundredth anniversary e \'FIELD

9 / RKO. rto VALVET9V.1 REDUCEDIf of the birth of D. L. CORN FLAKES Box 6c d
Moody, and the fiftieth anniversary 1
of the of / d IONA STRING
founding the Moody
%' Our Price lOc Yoii'rHlt.. "'oil'll Buy, Bible Institute will be held next w ?

One Now At A Big Tuesday evening at the Mission.No BEANS No.2 can 4for 25c '

"Sin lug well informed Christian needs :

any Introduction to the life or work
fi t: 1'L- f i4)SINC OUT : Mr. Moody who 1 id doubtlexby t tw STANDARD BRAND o- f' 111J y'

BAT e ) \ / .: all denommuM' PEAS M h A r orb .,

i CHILDREN'SSWEATERS .in, ,:'m most outstanding christian I :"' ,r Y Y .r ti.* L \ ".. 7t AU1 .
worker of the last but
century
:H a 13 IN BROAaW4YSTAGE ,
many congregations will honor the I st'NN\'FIELD:

Reg. 25c Value-Only and memory his work of this, during great the character.year. I REVUE r' OATS 3 Lb. Box 15e
1f
;
-RF.G.MtDLKSS: OF ('OST- There will be one or more out-
of-town speakers familiar with .
-
-- J
t THEHE IS the life and work of Mr. Moody. ION.C NO. 2 CAN

: 20c : ; COLD WEATHER PLENTY OF Special music participated in by a -ON TilE SCREEN TOMATOES ,Y
STILL 25c
number" of young people and best MIKIAM: HOPKINS"SPLENDOR"::. 4 for
AII.
AD
GUARANTEE: of all there U stressed the spirit- In

V EXTRA GOOD OttALJTVALEXANDERS' YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH ual In all the services held.A I ORANn5IOTHER-8-Frr.h.' Plain or Sliced );

HY SENDING HIM TO cordial invitation Is extendedto 13'OI-Ko11 1. --oz. 18-oz. = '

SCHOOL 1'ARM.Alexander all friends of Christian work. MAT PRICES EVE I BREAD 6c Gc 8c lOc t ;

COMPANY Key -, the -insular-- city 123 60o 75:
& Co. I miles out at lea, Is the only ab Children 2to A. & P. FOOD STORESTARKE '
solutely frostproof city in the
'+s iV" United States. -NO SEATS RESERVED FLORIDA
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t< HtlI>,VY. JANUARY 81. 1930 BRADFORD COUNTY
_..._------. -_...- ..-..---.. _.___ __n ___. ._.__ --..-- ... TELEGRVPII, STARKE. FLORIDA. .
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Mrs. It. F. Conway of Albany l[ Friends of Mrs Charles O Searing -
I CHAIN STORE LAW Court refused' to dismiss this
N. Y. spent the post week with will regret to learn that she is after a i
I A
preliminary hearing
her brother-in-law and sister Mr. confined to her home on South SEEMS DOOMED
toil hearing has not been held
Bits of and Mrs. Paul E. Canova. Walnut Street due to a fractured rulonly
-.-.- hip which she sustained' in a fall COLLECTIONS IMPOSSIBLE Meanwhile Judge Johnson's
Miss this week. AS IT REMAINSIN cision invalidating the whole
Clyde Morgan the
spent remains! In effect, but it .
' COURT /
past week-end in Yankeetown,
I In favor of the firms
11 (
local Nevb' where she was the guest of Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Herrin and TALLAHASSEE The way was brought the Hint on which he !

and :Mrs. O C. Bronham. I scn Perry, of Wsyoroas, Ga., were opened for further dispute over 1--- -. .. ---- ----- ------ -
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS: AND the guests of Dr. and Mrs W E. Florida's much-disputed. chain I
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Mlddleton- Sunday and Monday.: store law last week AS the Supreme .
it PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN small daughter, and Mrs. James Mrs. Heriin is a cousin of Mrs. Court granted a motion for ,L FREE: TWO PAIR LADIES HOSEManufacturer's
Middleton.
Shepard of Milliard, are the guestsof rehearing of Its former decision ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Knight. which upheld major parts of the

Misses Lois Long and Marjorie law.The I Advertising Sale

W. H. Green is confined to his Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkln Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent sev- Stump returned Monday to Tallahassee action throws the entire
me with Illness.KJ were in Gainesville Monday visit- eral days recently visiting her to resume their studies at law back into the open fight and | Present this certificateand
ing Col. and Mrs. J. C Adkins.Mr. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and the Florida State College for Women i subjects it to the possibility of a
Mrs. R. T Osteen, of Brooker. after spending the week-end new decision which might even declare 99c and receive one
E. Wilson was a business vlsi- here with relatives. I it altogether Invalid. Generally $1.00 box of Fine and J. M.
Mrs. Mitchell and
in Jacksonville Monday.Mr _. I however, the court on rendering -
Howard Moore Face .Powder bottle
daughter, Miss Lucile, were visIting a junior at the one
: In Green Cove Springs last University of Florida, was a week- Mr. and Mrs. H. (' Wall and Mr. I a case adheres to Its original Exquisite: Perfume,

| and Mrs. C. A. Futch were' Sunday.Mr. end guest at the home of his pa- and Mrs. T. F. Landrum spent decision. and we will Rive you absolutely
in Jacksonville Tuesday. rents, Mr. and Court officials said the motion
siting Mrs D.V. Moore. Sunday in Jacksonville as the FIIKK: :, a'beautl,
and Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbucker guests of Mr. and Mrs. W W. for rehearing was granted because
ful! 11 E "P K
jfj. E Gray, of Palatka, was a and Miss Marti Hemingwaywere Mrs. James Godbold and son. Wainwright Mrs. Wall remained Justice W. II, Ellis did not participate OOUCTIONP
ilHlness! visitor here Tuesday. visiting in Jacksonville last James Jr, of Jacksonville, were for a several days visit. In the original case because K A H J, Nl:l'lit'E.and ,
Sunday week-end guests of Mrs. S. S. of illnes TWO PAm I.AIHKS)
'-' -
}Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews were Dowling and Mrs W. S. Stroman. In the former decision four Justices I FINK: (QUALITY: IIOSK.;
Miss Anna Cannva. Mrs H. L.Canova .
si tors in Jacksonville Tuesday. L, D. Vining left Tuesday for ------- held the law was valid In
--- Troy, Ala. He was accompanied The Phillips' house across from and Leo Cannva, of New levying a tax of one-half of one percent
Mrs, T. W. Shuler, of the State to Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. T. the city hall is being repainted and York City, were here this week on the gross receipts of all 99cALL
arm, was a visitor here Monday. T. Long. -P repaired. When completed it will visiting Mrs. E.1\:. Canova, and I I retail stores( and graduated l occupational ,,
-_. f be occupied by Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde other relatives anti friends. They I licenses, ranging from $10 I II '

Clayton: Strickland was a busi- Mrs. Randolph 'Boree, of Jacksonville Priest. were en route to Minml.. I I to $100 according to I he number''
-- of chains In a unit, did. not violate FIVEARTICLES
*HS visitor In Jacksonville Tues- was a week-end guest of I -
y. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Mr. And Mrs. Glen Wood, of Misses Gladys Henderson, Mary the Constitution.

Bennett.Mr. Gainesville, spent the past weekend Lee Wynn, and Rhoda Zeigler, who I As originally written by toe Legislature i I
Charlie Powell and J. II. Fieldsere here visiting Mr. and Mrs were formerly residing< at the the law was cuntempl.ited '
visitors to Jacksonville M on and Mrs. R. A. Newsome Arthur Wood and Mrs. George B. home of Mrs. Hullo Corpening, I to produce $4,000.000 to 4,000.000 9 Limit : Two to a /
y.JMs. spent the past week-end in Jack- Flynn.Dr. have moved into om of the J. W. for the State's public schools. That I
sonville with Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Morgan cottages on Madison St. estimate dropped to $2,500,000 or customer.

and Mrs. Titus Olsen spent Newsome.Mr. J. C. Coffee, of Arcadia, -.--. $2,750.000 when the Supreme Court I I
ftst! Sunday in Palatka visiting spent several days of the past week ruled the Constitution would not'
Mrs. James Sides, of Carbon
ends and Mrs. A. F. SaWs and here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hill, Ala., Mrs. M. L. Kilpatrick permit a gross receipts tax scale 2 PAIR ONE DAY ONL"YFREE -

Miss Louise Snyder spent Sunday Hoover and Mr. and Mrs C. F. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kilpatrick, of graduating up to five per cent on I '

I Miss Myrtlce Killingsworth was In Lake City visiting relatives of Hoover. Troy, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. M. Tim- companies operating sixteen: or I TUESDAY FEB. 4
siting friends in Jacksonville Mr. Sauls. more stores in a chain
merman and Fred Vinlng of Stock- First
Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- Still to be Quality;
unday. considered Is ho( ,,
ton, Ga., attended the funeral services -
and gate Margaret Hair, Frances whether Fancy Picot
Speed Harvey Weldon question the chain stoic
for Mrs L. D Tues
Col!, A. S. Crews was a profes- Branch, of Plant City, were visit- Peek, Edna Pearce, and Mrs. P. day. Vining law was enacted before the end of Top; Ueinrorc. Brown's Pharmacy
lonal visitor in Gainesville Wed- ing friends here during the past J. Pearce were visiting in Gaines- I the Legislature's constitutional ed French ,

hesday. week-end. ville Sunday. 1 sixty-day session Proceedingshave Heel f
J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. D. A Mon. been filed under the claim il I ; STAKKE, FI.A.

" Jack Wescott, of Orlando, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown, of Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge C. White teith and son, Joe, and David Mon- I did not so pass, and the Supreme I j,

at the home of Mrs. Laura I. Hampton, spent Sunday'afternoon and little Frances White, of Tallahassee teith, of Manchester ,N H., are .
.
Powell.Save. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D returned to their home spending several days visiting D.I I '. p.-. -:: : ,....!'tc.1Ii'1: !:.,:;.,. "'< : "
W. Moore. Sunday evening after a visit with A. Monteith in Bellglade. They will

20% on your automobile relatives here. also go to Miami for a visit with I

iiMiirnnco, convenient terms too. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brugger, Mr. and Mrs. T. D Clarke before
\'II..on Realty. 1-17-Stp of Milford, Conn? spent Sunday Mrs. B. F. Flowers, who has been returning to their homes here Fri
here visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. G the: guest of her son-in-law and 'day ,I Tip lop GroceryTHIS
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I Strickland.Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. -- I I

t loved into their new bungalow on Canova, returned Monday to her Mrs' Frances Parker and daughter -
alnut Street this week. W. J. Epperson will have home In Ocala. Miss Imogene of Grand Rap- r

the: meeting of the Woman's Chris- Ids, Mich., and Dado City will arrive
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown, of tian Temperance Union on Fridayat Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Rieuy, of Norfolk here Friday for a visit with WEEK'S SPECIALSNo.
awtey, were guests Sunday of 3:00: P. M. Va., are spending several days Mrs. Parker's brother-in-law and
Irs. M. E Edwards.Dr here with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. sister, Mr. and Mrs P. ),{, Bare
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Weekley of Flynn at their home on the Kings- foot. Mrs. Parker and her daughter -

and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Ocala, were recent guests of Mrs. ley Lake Road. have been visiting relatives In 1 Can 5c
lea Hope Haynes were visiting in Weekley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brooker and Alachua for several T
Jacksonville Tuesday. A. S. Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand weeks. omatoes
Mrs. T. T. Long were in Jacksonville -

Dr Agnus Lawrence and her Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rhodes, of Sunday, where they visited NOTICE OF TEACHERS: 4 No. 2 Cans 29c
p ster, of Keystone Heights, wel'el"ftors Jacksonville, are spending several Mrs. L. D. Vining at St. Vlnc..nt's EXAMINATIONPersona
here Monday. days here-as the guests of-Mr. and Hospital
------- desiring to take Teach-
Mrs. E. W. Hayes
Mrs. W. L Andrews and Mrs. I I Junior McDonald, Sam Alvarez, ers' Examination will report at the I PEACHES No. 2'/2 Can 15c LETTUCE, Each 6c<

Smith Denmark were visiting relatives Mrs. Laura Powell and her guest, Victor Thomas, Merrill Struth, and Court House in Starke,, Fla. Thurs.
r in Lake City Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Cora Carpenter, left Wednesday !- Russell McRae are employed by day Feb. 6 at 8 o'clock and have PINEAPPLE No. 2 can 15c CELERY, Each lOc
-- for a visit along the East the Geodetic Survey- Co., and are paper pens and ink necessary for

and Mrs. Robert Wells, of Coast with relatives. working in Gainesville.Mr. taking same.A. GARDEN PEAS No 2 can 81-3 Irish POTATOES, 10 lbs 19c
alatka, were the guests Sundayf J. ORIFFIS. Supt. d

Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Corporal Emmett Brown, of and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent 1-31-21 SUGAR CORN, No. 2 can 81.3 Sweet POTATOES, 10 lbs. 15c
in Jacksonville Mi _
-- --- -- Staten Island, New York, who has Tuesday where
Miss Ernestine Andrews spent been here visiting his uncle and Quigley attended a meeting of the
CATSUP 14-oz. bottle lOc ONIONS 4 Lbs 15c
the past week-end in Lake City as aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Florida Baptist Mission Board of A ,
CENT
. I he guests of her brother-in-law left Monday for a visit in St. which he is a member. WORD ,
B nd sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hal- Petersburg before returning to his PORK & BEANS, Can 5c APPLES, Delicious, Doz. 25c

rook, home. Mr. and__.__ .n_.. _M.__. C._. Rtllh and'',I COLUMNFOR .
family, of Jacksonville, spent Friday --I CHARMER COFFEE 2 for 25c APPLES (York Imp.) 6lbs 25cLard
NAT SEZ: und Saturday of last week RENT: Furnished, apartment

I'm it man of few words" but most here with Mrs. Stith's patents, Mr. with private bath. Good garage FINEST .
and Mrs. H, L. Brownlee. P. A. Scott Starke Fla. Phone SI 4 Lbs. SOc
prople ay, not few enough. I always -
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think of u lot of thing I Mrs. Karl Floreus, :Mrs. C..1. 121c
Pergola and son, Kenneth, of Jacksonville FOR RENTGood house and ten I
tN mount to say but when I try to say
were recent guests of acres of land In edge of town. Pound BLbs. .99c ,1.
it In print, I don't seem to be able Mrs. Floreus' and Mrs. Pergola's See J. O. Boyd, Starke. ltp :
,
to. I notice hat even high priced mother., Mrs.. C. L, Young.. PLANTS FOR SALE-We handle' ,
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writers like O. O. McIntyre have Arkansas and Maryland Strawberry :
Fred Guy of Fort Lauderdale, ,
plants. Give us your order RICE I SUGAR MARKET
TIP TOP
trouble In filling their columns went to Gainesville Monday evening Brownlee Brol!. 1-17 4tc
Home d.iyn.'' On theme days they after spending several days 1 ,
!MWII-TS!I ('J.O"I'lt': SUCK !
hero as a guest at the home of WRITE or see us for SELECTED I!
just put In u lot of bunk. That' Judge and Mrs A. Z Adkins Runner and Spanish Pennut Seed" I 5 Lb S 25c 5 Lb c: 25c BACON, Lb. 30c 0 ; '
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what I'm It u.
doing now. they etui
--- Greenwood Products Co. Peanut j jShelleis. I STEW, 2 Lbs. for 25c '
li It why run't 11 Merrill Futch, student at the High Springs, Fla. ,
University of Florida, will arrive i ROAST CHUCK, Lb. 17c :
Friday' to spend the between semesters SEEDS for Spring Planting: arriving -
\Ve Recommend For Men You .Are Safe In Iitilng holidays here with his parents at White's Store, such aa Butter lb39c CHEESE, Long Horn Lb 23c :

rKTEK'SSHOES: PKTEK'H Mr and Mis. C. A. Futch. Beans, Peanuts, Oats, Rye Tomatoes I UKsrntv: FI.A. I
Pepper Egg Plant, and Irish LOIN STEAK, Lb. 29c L:

SHOES Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore and Potatoes. Are us! before buying. I _

Work Or Dress. For Your KUlt children, Charles and Barbara I Jan. 3-6t -. I Fancy Corned Beef, can 15c Kellogg's Corn Flakes 3 for 25c
Jean, of Gainesville, were the
JUST RECEIVEDhlpment of r
$1.95 Up $1.35 Up guests Sunday of Mr. Moore's parents ,I seed. We carry full line of gar- II M1IA'Kit': KINO-SKI.F-KISINO' e.
Mr and Mrs. D. W. Moore
den and field crop seed, all areguaranteed 5-I.US. 10-MIS.! 21-I.BS.
-- I .
fre h. Get our price I

Your Best Bet FoII"y To -lie pent Mist the Elizabeth past week-end Holilngsworth In Lawtey! of before Fertilizer buying.and We Fertilizer have full mate line FLOUR '22c 39c 7Sc.

BUJNSINGWSARHOSE: McCALL'SPATTERNS liS the guest of Miss Mary Lucille rial. Brownlee Pros 1-17 4tc
Torode, student at F. S. C.V, who -
was a week-end guest of her par- SPECIAL Horse: and Hula Safe at
ents. Central Florida Livestock Market l'.t"d : Jt'1 '

Priced Gainesville, Fla.. next Mon
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89c Up Because They Are Printed H. T. Hall Is in Jackson, Ga., day, February 3, beginning at \ PRUNES Lb. 6c GRITS IOlhs.2S'H.f
visiting( relatives. He will be accompanied noon. Hogs and cattle will be sold
home by Mrs. Hall and right after the Horse and Mule >
their small son, who have been Hale. This should be a good time
,
\Ve Are Headquarter BOYSOVERALLS Fer'e Curry The Best ,. weeks there visiting relatives for several to sell any... -cla.su--of.livestock.. .. DRESSING, Pt 1Sc; Qt 25c COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25cMFAL

MEN'SWORK LOST--One black leather .'

Mr and- Mrs -J. M, Brownlee I containing order book and -II E STAI.EY'S fiLOSS!!

C'.OTHES I were vl'ltl"UHonvUIo! Saturday .valuable. papers V lit ir near Brown.I flrlt a IF' na ?: 11\ 10 I Lbs. 20cIHILK3TaI119c3SmlOc
':er f for
59c jney wcru, ioo:: ......,:..
Up That Money Cnn BuySPEI'I.iL It found please hand to Mr. Brown .J..iI'UU. J .Ov. 4 4SOUPS3
home
by their daughter, Miss Mar-
I lee and greatly A A Ha- ,
oblige. '
tha Brownlee, who spent the week-
end here. zen, Gainesville, Representing T. I 1
W. Wood and Sons, Richmond, Va. Cans 25c ;
The Best -- --- -

MEN'S MEN'S! Mrs. )'f. S. Guilford of Lakeland, 2tp NAVY d LBS
Is the guest of her son and daugh- NOTICR. OF HALE

ODD COATS DRESS SHIRTS ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Gull- To All Whom It May Concern; NUCOA Lb. 20c WHITE BEANS 25c .
ford. She is en route to her home Notice Is hereby given that I will'
Slightly/ Damaged You Can Oft For after a visit In Savannah, Ga., with on 16th day of February, A. D.q 1

$2.98 $1.00IT relatives.--- .- bidder 1936, sell for cash to Ib41 at highest public auction and best at I Oct. Soap and Powders 4 for lOc

Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Miss my residence In Starke Florida,

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Hazel Middleton were in Jacksonville one Model A Ford Two Door Se- ..
Friday and Saturday visiting dan, Engine No 263719( for pay
relatives. Mrs. Middleton and Miss ment of storage upon said car. BANANAS
Middleton attended a party given This Jan 24th, 1936.A. 4 POUNDS 15c L
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'in honor of Mrs. Doutt Jones Fri- L. Alvarez.
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t-AGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST\RKEFLORJDA!_ __ ___ FRIDAY. JANUARY!. 1
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t ; 1ltKF.TINGGItEEIENTS: OYSTER FARM! SUED MIAMf! AFTER \ :
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ill SntPLUH ItEIOLND: JACKSONVILLE The Culti- MIAMI-.Its Illegal ,
i ,
f i DISEASE CONTROL; VALID vated Oyster Farms corporationand )
clamped tIght| this winter. i
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its president William Lee Pop
GAINESVILLE Continuance of LIVE STATE NEWSNews ham, must show why they should city virtually told Its thousands l
FARMERS SECTIONConducted programs relating to marketing not be prohibited from using the diversion-seeking visitors thin ex'rurslons :

agreements and orders, removal of mails to sell shares or stock in the lijto the realm of <"han i,

by Demonstration Agents surplus farm products, eradicationof of Florida in Short Paragraphs enterprise. Federal Judge Louie must follo' legalized betting i I.ln, <,0'1
diseases in dary and beef cattle, W Strum Issued an order requirIng "Gambling will not be
I run ,
: m ,
Ili
1 VI and Increasing export markets is the company to answer a pe- ami," tersely commented -( ,
assured under the comptroller gen- tition filed by the securities and Director A. J. '
: '..4- for ---- Kavanaugh after
J, eral's ruling on appropriations exchange commission. The com- plain clothes detectives, back

FIELD CROPS FOR HOGS administrative expenses of the Ag- !MARKET CENTER STARTED DINNERS !MAKE MONEY mission alleged the corporation. uniformed officers, swooped ,i i by

I Hints To Housewives SHOULD BE PLANTED NOW, report ricultural to Adjustment the State Agricultural Act, says a CHIPLEY-Work has started on TALLAHASSEE-President B. and Popham used the mails and suddenly on two alleged gamiji",,H,.
SWINE SPECIALIST HAYS the first unit of farm other communication facilities to establishments
Extension Service from AAA offi- a marketingcenter F. MIzell of the Florida Young yesterday In ,?.
I ') GAINESVILLE Pigs must to be constructed here with Democrats has reported Jackson defraud by advertising untrue and certed rainy-day raids.
Weekly. from Homo IM>nonitri( .. of feed If to cials in Washington. misleading statements regardingthe
'I have plenty they are Federal funds. The first unit will Day dinners in this State netted
I tlon Speckaint. TlllJaJuaMf'18i' "make hogs of themselves," says In tha opinion of the Departmentof be built when It is finished $8,821.97 toward paying the debtsof concern.

W. W. Henley State Experiment Agriculture, the recent decisionof +
I' --.-..--- the National Democratic Party. ---- ----- ---- --
Station swine specialist, In the Supreme Court invalidating FindOut
Ipl
IT'S "PIE" TO MAKEPie SHIP CANAL HELPS HOTEL Fifty-two dinners were held and I'UTS MOSS TO USE
taxes and
t r advising Florida farmers to begin processing production OCALA conditions 5800 guestA attended, Mizell said. ARCADIA-M. G. Sheuer, who
J J (;. model change, both as to planting now of field crops for control did not involve the Improved
resulting from work on the Florida They paid about $12,000 for the came here from New York about
crust' and Those like "his AAA provisions concerning mar
filling the
: next
hogs during
year.
t he said, but out of this a after
Hotel Marion privilege, year ago making experiments -
ship canal enabled the -
mother used to make" still hit the and orders -
keting surplus
; agreements
li' "If started off rgbt, tne hog Is avery here to show a profit of $8- came the costs of providing the with Spanish or Florida
but there are now many va- removal, export, and cattle
}, e i t i' /pot industrious animal. If he is disease eradication 136.43 last year. In 1934 the hotel r dinners. moss has established a plant wherehe
rlatlons
e supplied with all the feed he can the + cures and prepares the moss for
lost The
$7,622.79. profit was ---- -----
t ,,i For example crumb pastry eat from a self-feeder, he will lie Thus, the marketing agreement first since 1930. use in furniture factories. Mr i
a .i made by roiling 15 large graham around in the shade and eat from and order for Florida celery growers FIGHT COWS ON ROAD Sheuer first cures the moss in the From Your DoctorIf

a I crackers Into fine crumbs, adding the feeder; if his feed Is in the would be valid, if approved by --.- --- ORLANDO-Plans for a pro- sun, wetting it if the rain is not

t ::4-/]' / half a cup of melted butter and form If green grazing crops, how- the industry. FOR COMPTROLLER gram to rid Florida highways of sufficient to rot the outer coat or the "Pain" Remedy

p.,', ..;f' half a cup of sugar. Mix thoroughly ever, he will work hard to get his Likewise, the campaign; for eradIcation JACISONVILLEAfter seven livestock and to eliminate this bark. surrounding the inner hairlike -
j +I saving about one-fourth of of public service, during menace to motoring In the state You Take Is Safe.
,, !; cup share, Mr. Henley points out. of Bang's disease in Florida years fibers. After fourteen to six-
the crumbs to sprlnkln at last'! over little feed which he intensely studied crime will be completed within a short
( Very supplemental airy herds is valid and will be continued teen weeks of curing: the moss Is
tile meringue Put the rest into control, and governmental time by a committee of the Florida -
t :: from the trough will be necessary Inasmuch as the court's safety picked free of sticks and foreign
the tin and pat it out to a trick, affairs, I. Anderson, Judgeof Junior Chamber of Commerce. Entrust
(' ; to carry hogs until April 1937 ifarmers decision does not affect it. Funds Muncy matter and put through a gin '
even lining Bake In a moderate Jacksonville's Municipal Court, The announcement of the progressof Your
,
will properly plant enough for this and similar campaigns in which removes the bark from the
over f 1350 Deg. F.) for about 10 field crops now. I other stacs have been made avail- has announced his candidacy for the plans was made by WalterL. fiber. I Own or Youi Family's

', i ii I minutes or until slightly caramel It will soon be time to plant able by specific appropriations by the office of state Comptroller. Hays, Orlando, chairman of the Well
committee of the J ----+ Being to Unknown
and
Uod. Take it out and gently pat millet, one of the best early spring Congress. Testing of animals for -- --+-- president
c i away the brittle blisters Cool, and grazing crops for hogs. If millets these diseases is being done under KECIRCL'ITINO HOLDS UP American Fire and Casualty com- NAIIONAL RECOGNITION Preparations

tl fill with a custard cream filling planted In with cowpeas, a very r the supervision of the Bureau of TALLAHASSEE-Florida's ju- pany here. GAINESVILLE Further evidence -

I, ; topped with meringue--and don't good feed for hogs Is the result. Animal Industry. dicial reclrcultlng act will continueIn + of the increasing national BEFORE you lake any

i ;a : forget) the extra crumbs. Sliced The' mixed planting will carry open Plans for submitting a proposed effect as Uly O. Thompson of FEW EXTENSIONS recognition which is coming to the you don't know all about

bananas or coconut or chopped sow with a very small amount of I marketing agreement and order Miami, who lost his judgeship, JACKSONVILLE Extensionsof University of Florida was revealed for the relief of headaches; or thi

i datee would go well In the filling. grain and It is good for growing for handlers of watermelons in failed in another attempt to haveit time beyond March 15 for the this week with acceptance of membership pains of rheumatism, neuritis v

!p Another worthy filling for crumb pigs. too. Growing pigs, however, North and South Carolina, Georgia declined invalid. The Supreme filing of income tax returns will be in the Association of thinks neuralgia about, ask your it doctor what hi

tq: d crust li fresh fruit and whipped iced a little more grain than mature and Florida are being carried Court dismissed his attack on the limited this year to strictly meri- American Colleges. Dr John J. with Genuine Bayer in AspIrin companion

i j ; cream. Or regular American pump- hogs. steadily forward. Five public hear law, but left the way open for new torious cases, it has been announced Tigert, president of the Universityof We this

s kin pie filling, which might be About July 1, when the millet ings In various sections of this proceedings from the offices of J. Edwin : Florida, in announcing the In- discovery ay of Bayer because before the

j sweetened' with honey or maple nd cowpea field Is grazed down, watermelon belt are scheduled, the .--.-----+-- Larson, collector of internal rev- stitution's membership, said that : "pain" remedies Aspirin were mosttocalled ad-

i ''J syrup there should be a field of early first being held at Laurlnburg, S. n'KST I"WRIIJ.n.ooJ) enue in Florida. Wholesale extensions -, an exceptional degree of InterestIn vised against by physicians as being

/, To those who are never satis- corn or Spanish peanuts for the C., January 29. The hearing for PENSACOLA Some twenty will not be granted, it was the University and its General bad for the stomach; or, often, for

, ,, fled, deep-dish pies are nothing "feeder" shotes, If pigs are farrowed Florida growers will be held In families were driven from their indicated, as the Washington au- College program was In evidence the heart. And the discovery of
,t i ., new, But, like Cleopatra, they In the latter part of February Gainesville February 7. homes as two creeks at Brewton, thorities have Issued Instructions lust week at the 22nd annual convention medical Bayer Aspirin largely changed

!k I are of "infinite variety"cranber or early In March, they can be One new marketing agreementand Ala., overflowed following heavy tightening down on the extension of the association. Upon practice.

j-:, i 41 rice, with or without raiding, crabapples made ready for market about September two orders have already been rains of last week,in the southern system. invitation of the national group, Countless thousands of people

' cooked dried fruits and canned 1.Plenty. made effective and are!' operating Alabama and nvithweat Florida i, +------ President Tigert went to Washington In who bave taken Bayer effect year

I'I peaches to mention a few of green, succulent feeds under tho provisions of the Act as area. The Conccuh River, near, SCHOOLS, BIG BORROWERS and presented the Florida proved and out that without the medical ill ,, !hays

k poaalhilitles.I will cut. down. the.grain bill amended last; August. These are Brewton was virtually at flood I TALLAHASSEE Fifty-seven plan about its safety were correct.tiadingi

' I !r Texture adds much to variety :Spanish- peanuts may -be> used I for handlers of oranges and grapefruit stage, but was believed to have Florida counties borrowed $2,643- Remember

I t'I" and there Is delightful texture in I for hogs from June until September grown In California and Arizona reached its crest. 485: .51 against anticipated alloca- Aspirin is rated this among: Genuine the Dayir failed

j chiffon plea Chiffon filling is I, or, If plantings are spread from and for handlers of walnuts ----A- -- tions from the state teachers' salary methods yet discovered for the relief

! 1 really a whipped gelatin sponge, early in the season until late, sweet grown In California, Oregon, and A LOT OF CltSTALLAHASSEE fund from Juno 30, last to r. y of headaches and all common (pains

I j, made up with a liquid (generallyfruit potatoes may be depended on for WashingtonUATKU.MKLON. :-- Florida now January 15, 1936, it was announced E.pi am.tlM marv..lau.Wtttartt and safe for the average person
bogs from June to March. has about 100 cars fur each mile YMrmmr whirl I* bringing to take regularly.
j : (t juice), sugar, gelatin, and --.--- by State Treasurer W. V. Knott. l .m.a.g relief bold on!nroU.d
) white of egg, and> served in a pre- Cowpeas may be made available { : AGKKE.MK.NT: of paved highway, Safety Director The total amount of loans was a "'- -.--.,- You can get real Bayer Aspirin at
1 ? baked shell. Chocolate chiffon pie from May 1 until frost. Soybeans I sc'incnrLKi< : roK IIEAKINOAT Asher Frank said last week. That million dollars more than for the PRICELESS INFORMATIONfor ana drug store simply by never

'. is a variation of chocolate cornstarch will give good results In some OM.NKSMLLE: 'EU. 7. figure, he said, includes tourist same period of the last school year ,Muaa 1 I STOMACH- tho.e.wtunna OR DUODENAL.from slung for it by the name "aspirin"

I pie, lighter and daintier, parts of the state and oats yielda GAINESVILLE Public hearingon earn, which are coming into the when it amounted to $1,600,993.40.State alyi5 >AC lll.irv-I>UR POOH IO HI'tH nic.EsHON. lone ASPIRIN, but always laying BAYER

I 1 with contrasting whipped cream on good crop of grain feed in partsof the proposed marketing agreement State at the rate of about 1500 a law would permit borrowingso ACID OYSPEP1IA when yon buy.

top. One of the most popular Is west Florida I for watermelons grown in day. In addition, Frank said, approximately far of eighty per cent, of $4. Sass SOUK IIKAKTBUHN STOMACH,t'ONS:OASS1 11'

E lemon chiffon but it's hardly better "Feed the pigs and feeder the Southeast will be held at 300 trucks enter Flor. 381,284 of the official estimate of ICSSNB9S PATION. ,OR BAD HEADACHES.HR.KAMI SLBRP DUI Bayer Aspirin

I S ) than those made of some other shotes enough grain to keep them I Gainesville February 7, accordingto Ida daily revenues for schools made by Superintendent TO.KXCE&S, ACID.
! ? tart fruit juices. growing fast, but plant to grow, ( word received by the Florida -_. of Education W S. MITCHELL'S A k tor.frff com of DRUG Wmm't M STOKE u.w.

\ and fatten them out as much as Agricultural Extension Service WOULD USE \\IIIP Cawthon.

-- possible in the field," the Experi- from AAA officials in Washing MIAMI-The whipping post ra-

P1e. ment Station workers advises ton. ther than the jail "Is the best thing .' .
{ -----+ Provisions of t the proposed mar- to deter criminals" in the opinionof a 1

Nearly 100 million tons of phos keting agreement and order are Judge Joseph Buffington of the

m wlu phate rock have been mined InFloilda similar to the existing marketing United States Circuit Court of Ap-

since 1888. I agreement and license in effect peals, Philadelphia. "Give them

) O..ly RR r7Ml TRAIN SCHEDULE I during the past season in Florida, body beatings and they lose caste,
j rMnrrdrear, / not only with the women but with
Georgia, South Carolina and North
/ '
I. "' I "- Our schedule changes Sunday, "
: :: I Carolina. their fellow criminals, Judge
Included three
bell fora plan are prin
__........_ January 5 and trains will run as cipal provisions, as follows: Buffington, who is vacationinghere !
follows
i r .t7rA1 reOROMIr- : :
I
I 1 .1 ............. Sounthbound 1. Regulation of the total quan- asserted In an interview.
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Pro. of
tity watermelons which be
may i
No 1-Due Starke 11:31 P. M.
..I I II SMYRNA
BANK FOR NEW
No. IS: -Due Staike 4:28,: P. M shipped during specific periods by
No. 107--.Due Starke 9:11 A. M. I limiting the grade or size of wa- TALLAHASSEE ComptrollerJ
No. 1C1-Due Stuike 10.23( : :: P. M. 'termelons which may be shipped M Lee has announced approval New ANNOUNCES
Bank of
I NorthboundNo. I by all handlers during those pe- of plans for the S25AMONTIIj
, d nods Smyrna to open doors for deposits.
2-Due Staike 5:00;:; A. M. I j
H Mc-
The headed C.
,I 2. for bunk, by
" No. 10-Due Starko 12:10: P. M. Providing specific periods have
Nulty as president, will paidIn
} No. 108-Due Starke 0:15: P. M during be which no watermelons capital of $23,000:: and surplus of
may shipped.
Startle andVanuoo Crunch TIME
. PAYMENTS
3. Establishment of an administrative $5,000, the State banking Depart-
No 101 Leaves Starke 7.00: A. M, ment said. Since 1931, New Smyrna -
No. 102- Arrives Starke 1:50:; P M body of twelve members local
I has been without banking
representative of and!
T. J. GKIFK1N. growers ",*.' <
-.. 11' .. .. shippers facilities. "

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ANEW
BOREE FUNERAL HOME I GET FEW THANKS BM\V TO GAMBLINGTALLAHASSEE a

MIAMI B B A C H If you're Govern or ,
I Full I Hue of CUMUt-lH t V Undertakers! Supplies Sholtz announced communications
and i t
"i AMBULANCE: SERVIOL J drowning some husky life
r gultrd pulls you to safety, what do companies operating In Florida
HAY AND NIOIIT
'/ousay' "Thank ?" No have notified him they have suspended UCC 6 %
H 53 PHONE 53 don'tnot if you're you like most, you of, wire services to places operated FINANCE PLAN

I G. II. BENNETT, Mgr. the people Norman Ball and Jac horse race bookmaking

HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Announcement Overton, lifeguards here, havrescued kestablishments.e "I believe now the

l. "I'm lucky," Ball chuckled bookmaking operations are stopped -
i in Florida because the betting
"If they don't bawl me out for
I not rescuing them sooner." A nationally places cannot get information by;
' fumed figure owed his life wire," Sholtz said.HOUGHS i-ccTT

Co Ball's vigilance not so long ago. ---+

Safe on shore, Ball recalled, he not ANNOUNCESMIAMI :
only failed to express gratitude, Listing himself as
but complained the guard had used 'Homestead B 1 u J," William C.
uimccejsaty roughness. dodges, Tallahassee attorney and i
president of the 1935 Senate, f">r-
Any New Ford
mally announced his candidacy for V'S Car

governor lout: week. Hodges, ardent ,

We have the most modern Cold Storage y Aa1iM1 adopted supporter In 193J of, )feclareil he amendment homes Can Now Be Purchased for $25 a Month

would he restored to tax rolls and

and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida the ""amendment destroyed" if a
'
with Usual
governor, who is 'hostile" to the Low DGwJl-l
a>'nle1tt
measure is named.
with a modern smoke house in connection. -. --.
I I.t ? ,
CONTINUE PROUE

) TAMPA Apparently d termlued THIS $ -a-month tim j
.t ONLY to meet demands from all sides -ptlymcnt plan car and insurance, you pay $24 I fc-

;i NO INCREASE IN PRICES 1 Qre 'l/ for a complete Investigation of the enables you to buy a New Ford V-8 the year of credit; if the balance i i. '\

,
1\
flogging of three men and deathof car through Ford dealer ,
your
l on
new $200
t'' GINGER one here November 30 the special you pay $12. Your credit cost '

1 ALE grand Jury, in session for low monthly terms .
Vie more for one ye. r is' the original
Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats unpaid
than a month continued lust weekto After the usual low down-payment
hear witnesses N''"f persona! balance multiplied by 6%. -
: were called\ 1 thin is rrmi'e, $25 a month is all
"' f V'I '!: lit . _.. r- ._-1. a..Ji.... '. had beer. ., Pour you hive U( C plan.:; "ro..rjIl'( vnu "sith jft_

recess. Five: were' ina quizzed the this: noon af- V ....# .II! ...." :e 1, ..! ....A. .i.,v..U( bu.Ly, ',
confer-
' 111j 1aiuIW1w1icgular:
ternoon. ing insurance and financing
_. + ence rates. You have not only fire and
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LX I i GAINESVILLE ICE & u I CANAL BOND: SOLD Your cost for this extension of credit theft insurance, but $50 deductible collision .

Kl ROAN JACKSONVILLE! Three hun- is only yt of 1% a month on your orig.
E and
N
U7SI lieil'( thousand dollars worth of protection against other accidental
I LKIDDIES Florida Canal bonds were sold inal unpaid balance and insurance
physical
I COLD STORAGE CO. here for $301.201 plus accrued Interest This plan reduces financing charges fortwelve The damage to your car.

} from January 1, 1036.!: The Universal Credit Company has

bonds, part of a $1,500,000 issue months to 6%. For example if made these plans available through all

J. L. C.EOKGF, MGH.: authorized at a special election you owe a balance of $-400 for Ford
held in the canal district embracing your dealers in the United State
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.
l I six counties through which the

waterway will pass, were sold by
;; Gainesville, Florida district commissioners to the Florida FORD MOTOR COMPANY

National Bank and Dupont-

1 s Ball, Inc., affiliated organization In
Jacksonville.




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JAffUABY 31. 1038 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPII, STAUKE, FtX>IUTD.\ PACE SEVEN

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And CHURCH DIRECTORY I Forecast For 1936 I Douglass To Run graded 20In: ; 1934: it paved 176'' so constructed. 49,279 lineal) feet- -

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I I For Re-election miles and graded 201 up to November of bridges and eliminated five

Rev C. E. Price Pastor (Industrial News Itoo'lew) I 30, 193:), It paved 122 grade crossingsWith

| Sunday School, 10 o'clock a m. Now that stock him finally been miles and graded 112; or n total the use of f< all' funds T 1

f. J Thom, Supt. E taken of Industry's experience In''' LAKE CITY. January 30( In announcing from January 1, 1933, when the the department:' at the pr sent time
my
11 m LIFE'P11T.r. 193.,: the business at that he would' be a can-
Worship a.
Morning \perts me present chairman took office, to has partially under way 145 3 miles
.
Iklatx to succeed! himself In the
|. Y. P. U. 6:43 p. m. .. ..ik force'istlnjf what will happen dite of paving 414 and grading of grading, 110.1 miles ,"f paving.
Serialisation/ ofh.. M..o.'d.-Mo ., I I\'mo'r\tlc: primary of June 2,
7:30 I 1930.
Worship m. during
i Evening p. 517 miles. j 4,274 lineal feet of bridge. and 28
eitrf en "CLAUSTtOPH011A" I l'-n' \V. D. (Babe) Douglass said
s S Teachers Meeting Wednes- fer CARTER GOODlOt On one point, most experts' In that time, the department al- railroad grade separations
-Novolliod/ or
he has fulfilled his one and only .
Ly. (0:45: p. m. I HELEN WAit HOIERTS agree: They<< forecast that business .----- -
made to the of
Mid-week Prayer service, Wed- will be better this year. Famed I' promise people

Jesday, 7:30: p. m.lletl1oc1JlIS. I SYNOPSIS: Kay Bentley on a "Gregorlous," she said solemnly. prognosticator Roger Baboon recently Florida four years Ago when they How Calotabs NatureTo

I yachting trip with her father O. "Have all the papers made out. He said that on the average, elected him to membership on tile Help

Church P. Bentley inert Terry O'Neill marries Kay, he gets the settle- business will be ten per cent better State Railroad Commission, that

archaeologist on the Isle of Naxos, ment and he's a vice-president of he would be fair and square to
Rev B. M. Montgomery, Faator this year than In 1933. Throw Off a Bad ColdMillions
Sunday Scr-ool-10 a. m. In Greece There Is a brief romantic Gage and Bentley. We need a each and every one in discharging(

Morning Worship-11 a. m. Interlude but when Kay return horsethief in the firm. A wcll-rounde forecast recentlyappeared 1 the important duties of Railroad have found in Calotabs a 1 Second Calotabs are diuretic to the
in Business I
Week which
7:15 to New "York Terry follows her. Commissioner "The records of most valuable aid in the treatment' kidneys, promoting the elimination
m. threw her around
League-- p. Kay arms her
Epworth They admit their mutual love but has had a good record In peelinginto the office," Mr Douglass' said, :it colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system. Thus
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. nL la grandmother. "I want to thank the future. Here are some of "will bear out the fact that as a lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
You are Invited ta: all these serves Kay tentatively engaged to Gene you," she said, happy tears in her Its predictions, based exhaus- third or ruth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of
Piper her grandmother's choice of eyes. upon member, and chairman of the How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment
a huftbund. Kay Is about to dismiss tive surveys and analyses by its I Commission for more than a year, throw oft a. cold? First, Calotabs! is of colds

rrebytrlan! Church Gene however and marry Terry Terry had, by this time, collectedhis experienced staff: I have fulfilled my promises! andIt 'I one of the most thorough and deCalotnbs, are quite economical;
swimming senses. "But I don't prndnbla of nil intestinal FARM IMPLEMENTS Manu Is this record that I making -
um
: on
|RiGeorge H. Lowry, Minister when she Imrnn of a ruinous stock
; cleansing the Intestinal tract of j package: ten cents for the trial
10 00 a m.-Sabbath SchooL debt of her father's. She, can savehim want to be a vice-president" of facturers In the field expect the my bid for re-election, repeating trio germ-laden mucus and toxins I package, (AdvJ

11 00 A. M.-Morning Worship; by marrying Gene for she will Gage and Bentley, he declared Im- best year In their history. my promise made during the ---_. __ __ ._ .. n.__ u____ _

Jerrnon by the pastor. ) then rewrite her large marriage passionedly. AGRICULTURE: Both production lust campaign." ,
Bentley "Do
3:00 p. m. Young Peoples Vesper settlement from her grandmother.But was aghast. you end Income will be larger thanIn It is recognized that few state
know I
what
you're ?
Service. on the eve of her' engagement saying 1033: despite the death of the 'officials can count as many

7-30: p. m. Evenhig Worship.Rosewood party Bentley tells her the. debt IK Mrs. Gage waggled her finger at I AAA at the hands of the Supreme i friends In all sections of Florida as For Expert RepairingSmith's
Terry. "Young foot""All
man you're a
paid She culls Terry up to theGage Court. Columbia County's former sheriff.It .
Baptist ChurchRev. right, I'm a fool, Terry assented -
house In Connecticut CONSTRUCTION: Last was these friends who rallied to
G Pastor loudly. "But If being a fool year
L. Hemingway.
residential construction about dou- his support and gave him a safe:
Services every Sunday. Bible means that I can keep on going in both the first and second -
total. doubtful if plurality
bled 1934 It Is
*uudy 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: "BUTTON, BUTTON where I want to go and doing whatI primaries four years ago. GaragePhone
such improvement will occur this
o'clock In afternoon, want to do, that's what I want to
( Since holding tho Important office
__ Chapter Ten be." year, though It.seems inevitable
that gains will be made. The construction : on the Commission he has added
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Gage curled back her lip. I to his long lint of friends
flew Into industry in general was many 120
Kay Terry's arms.
"And I
has to live the
Kev. L. A. Donnley Pastor suppose Kay his and
; through loyalty ability
of
hardest hit industry during
"Sanctuary! she cried, clinging to life of an idiot just because she'smarried any
Services every first Sunday. contacts Incidental to his office
and reachedthe many
practically
him. depression k ko'
Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. to one. vanishing point. It is recov- and It Is these friends. all over Wrecker Service Day or Night
Wasting no precious minutes, Terry nodded. "If it should turn :
Bible-Study and Prayer Services Florida who are urging him toj I
Terry began helping her pack. out that way, yes." ering slowly.
of'his
,'''ry Saturday night. MOTORS This was the continue his services! because I
: industry
"Got this address from Grove," he Kay managed to nudge her i and
fine qualities bellwether of the movement ,
said, rolling a chiffon dress intoa grandmother who reluctantly took recovery

First Christian Church tight wad of a ball, "and ." herself and Bentley out of the during 1934-1035.: It will con- Mr Douglass said In conclusion ,[

llev. W. T. McGulre Pastor Brumbaugh now timidly delivered room. tinue to go places this year-makers that because of his duties he would

Bible School 10 a. m. "And are already laying ambitious not be able to canvass the State I
her message. Kay gave her its you're quite right Durl-
for the Introduction of 1937 as he would wish to
Communion. 11 a. m. plans as thoroughly
answer promptly. She was too busyto ing, Kay cooed at Terry as she
Machine tool makers but lit lines Intend to devote as
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. model cars.
see' grandmother or anyone wound her arms around his neck.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: else. "You don't have to be a vice-pres will prosper as a consequenceallcar much time as possible, without
manufacturers will have to conflicting with his work to visiting AforaHJi
p m. Reeling from the shock, Brum- ident if you don't want to be one."
Preaching Second Sunday 11 a.m spend heavily for retooling pro- with friends In all sections ,f
baugh left. Within three minutes, Terry's lips expanded Into abroad

[ and 8 p. m. the entire clan had gathered outride I grin of triumph. grams. Florida .
RAILROADS: Here la another ---------+--
Kay's door, in awe and admir- Nevertheless though he could

St. Marks Episcopal Church ation for the creature who had not have said how it happened, a industry which modernization has started an Important -, Road DepartmentHas d

Service on second, fourth and dared defy Grandmother Gage few weeks later found him the occupant program
to continue it into 1930. Alr- Been Active
fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. Through the door they could hear of a luxurious office in plans of trains is n 1 1t

Litany and choir practice at Terry's voice. the Gage and Bentley firm. On his conditioning passenger -
"I've got to back to Greece! door was a silver a big Item, and will account for a TALLiAHASSEK(;; The stale of
7-30( o'clock on Friday nights proceeding' go near nameplate,
services. substantial percentage of railroad Florida hue 12,703 miles of deaug 1

y Sunday expansion budgets. And the trend noted state roads in tho system under lltyr 1t 1/

Bin Gage pointed her Y t toward streamlining trains, elec I supervision of the state road

I cone at Terry. "1)0 you tric, diesel and steam, is significant department, Including approximately 1

love my grand-duughler"" k 1,500 miles designated by {I I:11
TEXTILES: Forecast is thai
the legislature
BOB JONESComments
' there; will be greater consumption !
I In addition to the designated
11 11A"d 1 of cotton, rayon and silk in 193GI
On Here road system, there lire approximately
;I than in 1933: with a decline in wool 30,301, miles of county road. \\:11: ,/!,
+ '
Hereafter i consumption. ,
Of the designated state roads, Iit
I FINANCE: Experts anticipate !t 1
.J there are 0.691 miles surfaced and '
i more new security Issues in 1930 4,473 miles! of county road sur '

"You can't make men good by UYjrI than in 1933: with refunding issues faced. : d.a ;

| law. We have all heard that of I 1 t dominating the capital markets -
The state road fig
department
ten. It is true. If all men were In general the outlook for .'
good there would be no need for I industrial profits is said to be ures collected at the deI'urt ment'shelldqUlut..rs ;1": '
hero show is maintaining "
I law. "Thou shalt not steal I," Is steadily Improving despite new ..a,
6,870 miles of the designated
i..ne'of the commandments. Men en and higher taxes ,
d w roads. Of this amount It 1 111'I i '
> steal because they are thieves. The PRICES: General wholesale level

law restrains a thief from stealing.The for 1930 is forecast at about ten has constructed 3,500 milesIn I I '
1033,, under. the udmlnlNtra' r ,
law does not make a thief per cent over 1935. Declines will) ,
lion of the chairman C (
honest. "Thou shalt not kill." probably be registered in food present I I
U Treadwuy. tne road department
That commandment does not keep +r 1 pricen. ;
paved 110 miles of highway !and
a man from being a murderer but There you have 1930 In a. nutshell I

the law against murder restrainsthe us the best guessers see It .
I -'i".: .': "; "_'I\\I'i\ :"" ',.
murderer so he will not kill. As They make many errors -but they I ,

long as we have a world of unre- nre more often light thun wrong. )I

generated men we shall have to Every indication is that the year'

have l law, a police force, and an : will be best since 1929, in spite of

army and a navy. Unregeneratedhuman I I the old bogey of a general elec I

nature Is held In restraintby There's work to be done, and Idon't reading, simply, "Mr Terence 0' tion..:_ II I I
the arm of law. I I -- --
like New York""You Nelll, VIce-President. i iI
can learn to like It, Kay Ironically enough, It was Ann "Everything !Is wonderful j

The only hope of an unregen said calmly. "My father can helpus Morrison who was assigned to him I Bentley started to unwrap the I I II

erated world is the regeneratinggrace and I don't want to live any- as his secretary. I parcel. "I've got a little office I YOU CAN'T PASS UP MAGAZINE VALUES LIKETHESorrzx

of God. Men have to be where else." "Let me explain a few things warming present for you," he

born again. We are all born wrong.. Terry's voice grew louder. "I about the office," she said, the first I chuckled He brought La view the MO.9 OrTEK No. .4

the first time but we may be born suppose your grandmother convin- morning. She Indicated a long row gift and set It on the floor. ............F_. I TOOTOo AUFIVBroa PHIY .........Agriculturist 1 T*ar FOB ALL FOUR ONLY

right the second time. Man naturally ced you I ought to stay In New of buttons. "These buttons are very Terry could only gaze at It with Country eJ/.Horn...*iTeor.1 y ee> CO..UT Horn,I *... 1 '

has the devil in his blood. York." Important. The first two are for horror-stricken eyes.It TI;. Fora 1_._. I yes. a80 The Fares,........1 year 80

Jesus is able to cast out devils. All' "My grandmother has nothing to the doors. This one opens the was a replica of the Galatea, AMDfor IfEWB.APa AND THIS NEWSPArER $1= F m

students of history and literatureare do with It," Kay retorted, heatedly. doors and this one locks you in made up into an ashtray with a o.. yes r Tot 0.. Year j t

bound to know there is some- when you don't want to be disturb round weighted bottom. Delightedly rI

thing wrong with man in his na- Terry addressed her in the loud ed." Bentley whacked It. beamingat
tural state. The Bible back and C01M 01A'
explains Terry as it swayed McCAIL'StOfY
ringing tones of a man declaringhis He flinched a little. "Oh you TMhNpdt
man's trouble. "He was born in Independence. "Let's get this mean I get locked In?" forth without falling.
sin. He was conceived in iniquity.In "Cute idea, eh ?" he laughed. ,
one thing straight about that old "Only when you want to be, she
Adam all die." There Is not one battleaxe. As far as her money said imperturbably, continuingwith "And don't think it's Just a gad- THIS NEWSPAPER ,., maaM, ;

word of scripture or one bit of get. It's a practical, non-tlppable
and her orders are concerned Idon't her lesson. '
proof in literature or history. that ash-tray." for 1 year and
want any part of them"Grandmother To Terry, there seemed to be
human nature has in It any sparkof Gage, framed In thousands of buttons. And whenIt 1 practical non-tlppable

divinity. The divine Son of God the doorway, shook from head to came to the various red, green Terry<< mumbled in a strangled 3 Big Magazines ;

may be enthroned In the heart of foot with outraged dignity. "I and blue lights, the whole thing voice. THIS NEWSPAPER
man. That is the only way to "Well," Bentley said, opening his "
house confused. I
want that man out of my became hopelessly
make men good.Sometimes . she thundered. "I want him out of After that, there was the dic door "don't work too hard. Haveto for one {full year '

I here In exactly two minutes or I'll tograph. "For Instance," Miss save your strength to get married '
II
men pray to God as call the police. That's all!" She Morrison said, "if you want to talk tomorrow." : I And 4 Big Magazines
Father of us all. God Is not the Terry ant there, stupefied. Then
started to stamp out of the room. to Mr. Bentley you ;Just push this

father of unregenerated man. The Terry, however, was stamping one he began to pace the room wildly, 1 Magazine from Group A t 3 Magazines from Group B; 4 la all
universal father- look In his
of the hunted tortured
theory I right after her. "No that isn't all. "Why can't I ;just go In and see a ,
hood of God out of the false
grew leas than ?" asked "His eyes.
I'm leaving this house In him Terry naively.
theory that man Is naturally di- two minutes but Kay's going with office is right next door."
vine. Jesus said to a certain crowd me." "This way saves time." (What Mill Terry do? Can he Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom

"You of father the devil. adjust himself to the Ufe of a bu.- "'' ..,.
are your Mrs. Gage turned back. "What's "Saves time for what?" This List ..1... 0..1411' .n.....
." We read in the gospel of John with mess man And eventually overcomehis 1 yr 0 A.q" N.-. ...I
? she snapped. Two workmen, his e
name I
n OIl
that "as as'received Jesus hatred of clotxl for Tau. Ste.y I 1'e. [] idea Nam 6.. Q D -...,
many > "T reoc _O'Neill," Kay. answered ladder and a framed picture of spaces I.tier, Horn. A O tI
.
He them to becomethe sttJi r See next week's Herlll4 _. 8 I
gives Kity's byJ
yr
power" with deceptive meeknessVhere's Mrs. Gage saved Miss Morrison Pi..... Or.w.ff a' m.. [] ylnw hold Grown' ,soft- : h" nll ae y 1 PrH.u..k.ld
children of God. Nicodemus "\ he from ?" from having to answer the formid- amazing Installment.) Magula ......... ..l ywr Q Ham u.UIIn) lTr 0 iaOMJaaeW 1 p''
was a high tone clean, cultured "Belfast Ireland." able question. --.-- Junior Horn I lor Moll>.i.)_l yea r II Jnlw; Rama M.' .". 0 : 0 :-d licit., _. f ,.. .. '
moral man but Jesus told him he The Brazilian bellblrd U a white M.C.U'. M..._{ _1 year [] Mtcrtt'a e 0 ""ms C10, o. 11 R
She whirled on Terry. "What do "Now let's run over these but Morio Claula yea. f3 ...Ie Cheek' 2 I" 1/. t .
be "We chit.dren !. bird about the size of a pigeon.Its t Sri) 0 00 ns Irked< a J rOMs
.
must born .
again. are parents do?" tons again," :Miss Morrison said N..dl...... year epM Road 6.. 1yr
your \\nO. r ,
oW"
of God by faith in Jesus name comes from the fact thatit Road 1
He stuck his face up to her's bel- grimly. "These two are for; the Par.al.' Maaavino S "'00, I..k'I ) Mwlwhd a.tnmltl' h
Christ" That Is the clear and ex- I makes the sound of a hammeron ..., -. Q .thl.de' 1" a 1h
ligerently. "My father raises alfalfa doors Parloll. (weekly) ..,....Iy.ar I 'iI\GII.' 5nlw' I" 0 NledIiemMont l/lt ,
plicit teaching of the Word of God. grand : From there the began an anvil. Pictorial Below I year Q 1I..tlc 51.,11, I" 0 .... lx
outside of Belfast. My on day ProgroMivo farmoffRanaalia _2 y.au Q 0.,1t,1:".... e ,
There are two families in this itself into Stain I J Tune look 1,r 0 Iwernuw, "
father raised alfalfa too. My great : building a high-powered I year [I Cont.ulaee, Fran. 1"
Rer.es Book I True 1" a r
world--God's family and the dev- OiL Tear -
grandfather was a horsethief nightmare. JAPANESE Southora Agriculturist. _.1 Iy.a. p NmeriW FNttinau. lYf Suettalr//yin ..'.1. iYnt !"
il's family "In Adam all died""In Mrs. Gage rapped on the floor There was the odd little clerk, 1''.... Ced,.dene' _.. .t yar Q cterer'Y remw. 1Trt "W... ,.I r
Christ all are made alive." with her cane. "Hm. Good stock." Picker, who made no effort to con- MOM 1.11..11.POll Woman'. World _I year 0 The rJOIIrn aI l y. Clan,. MRelmr, / ;', 3Ni
HAIR AND SCALP r.ew
'NnTe-cp,rd on. of itit /olfotvfng' In".J ..,""h a,r.
.
Jesus "
Adam
heads the old creation r"'YlHld A
; She. pointed a gnarled finger at ceal his hatred for the upstart B.oroo.Trm Ortfhwy.....Take of Trur Srory II you wdh. Only ant tub' n C SouMen AgkWhukt ,, ,ruultry Ma.. Yraaetl.
Christ heads. the new creation. him. 'Do you love my grand who had calmly walked into suchan rrs A SCALP MIOICINIIM .. .//...>tltModorn 1"

Remember, to be made alive in daughter?" easy berth. There was the various .lll. PEEL IT WOUKI Al All Orv..lCs! [] .. MxrhanU & IaT1 yoafAm .

Christ we have to first be In Christ. "Yes I love her," he shouted meaningless papers he was Wrlto. hr mil I..ktTM. Tnrtk AoMrtIk I.1 Dollnoalor rieaa Gill I I yoar yoary 1 I1ud.e
." I
We sal .11 llfoi*** c.* Moo Tee ...
must be born again. to all bearing the same
back."Hm". given sign --' b'8lecaJ Cuituro., Tsar

-filaments bej I She turned to Kay. "Do vague reference to either the GENTLEMEN I Enclose S_ -__ Pl.u. S.nd MD .

burned Lamp-bulb out as a result of may too high {|1 you"Yes love, I him love?"him." .the northern southern part part of of South North Dakota Dakota or, STOP GETTING: UP MOTHS I Ott.r No. 1 D OH.r No. 2 Q OB, No, 3: Q Ofl r No. 4 .

a generator. charging rate. I "Very well." She rapped on the as nearly as Terry's fevered brain MAKE THIS 25o TEST / I lien ana to cDcldaa the mtgiiinao dodrod with a years' subscrip .

floor brUkly again. -You Kay could determine.The If It rail to tl..... out Impiirltlo your p..r. .
Terence last straw came however, and ...,... acute,. which .,"u.. tho Ir.roirtilurllr .
Getting U]p Bights are going to marry that waken you up. Jet Nam. __. .
O'Neill, whose father was a horse- when Bentley bustled In, a mysterious buehu. Juniper oil, ..to.t In little
n looking package under his green tables called Ilukali, the
Tw e twe tr.wepPrrrn'wwaem thief r
tetf ...... __ ilaitrlvr Inifillve. Works on the .
-.... "- "My great-grandfather." arm. bladder similar to cantor oil on tho Street. or It T,D
...... "Your father too, probably. Gre- "Good day, good day!" he said I bowels bladder can r'm
:::" ;!!I ... ..::..: 1 cause scanty tlow, desire,
cheerily. "Everything in shIpshape hr.1 Town and Slab
I gorlous! burning or four days .

........' ... -- -aaeas..1, vrI.-..=. i: Ma.il. ......= "Ye Bentley. mother hopped" to attention. Terry order mopped I hope his?" moist brow. Store.If not your pleated" 2So.any rlriisfrliit Mitchell'.will Drug refund .II . . .. B IS ..

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1 Established 1877 partment concerning the completion TO CLASSIFY ''I: ndtCt"!h'+t N''"t'ar'. +2 e4t; wsJ t ,I 1 of Road 13for the very good _." ,,'....... : ..H1"rA... ; .. .,'...,..,i1-\,1..t'jl .:'.', ,"
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"J-fottcta. Tallahassee Monday did I don't know' whether the coun- ".-x wAr +w'+ t ,,...yu 1 .. '.. -I.> ....... . .. .
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.1 '" Second Class' I[ frultless.I I do know that a lot of individual '.'.:" '!-3". .r."" ."'.,' ......: ,., "'J., ':r'M' .' .:K,".':' :,.
; 1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Department members s tat ed citizens are and the other day I "t.:. ,; )"'!' :" ';.:.;: ; '!(',J; f. t:: ,\il: ';.,:: :

Matter at the Post. Office at Starke, Florida that the "missing link" already had Joined the parade and spent an ..I. ,.' \_ ...._ ',." :;, ". _... .. t
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.' .. I had their serious consideration, but I'I evening and most of the rent mon- ;;1'4.:.t;: I .. .. )..,... .'

E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner the appearance before them of such ey try In' to find-out what it was all ': .a. ,. .";.l7' .. '. : ':aMf;' ':'1.f11"r -'

,, 1 I a large delegation comprised of about. .. / : ::frgs, :.&' t; r':..:
1 ? citizens from Fernandina to Ft. As near as I could figure out. ," .t1'j -/t.: : .
SUKSCHJPTION RATE I I this dog-racln' business ain't noth- ,:,, : MUN\C'P\ cl..... ; J
will undoubtedly Impress V1 '
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Myers ...: -;;,!.. : >
t Yearly $1.30: ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance them with the fact that a large In' in the world but a nice little J ..
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Advertising Rate on Application section of Florida Is vitally Inter- out-door gueseln' game with the ;: I!})

j .. ested In this project. odds against you even if you're TVOBID/V S.
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I 1 H5 iiM H 1 l i- -'-* "" 1 Such enthusiasm as was shown smart. :<:l

To err is human and to lie out of it is natural. Monday cannot forever be denied. I wanted to bet on the rabbit NA1\otf\ '
r I ----"-- but It seems the State Racln' Com-' -rae; :& WADS Yi4)]; OF ITS KIND

() I WE ('OI.n-m) ,: WRONG mission has ruled against that on .:Juy. 1N, TI-tlr WIt4'E. '. TO et emit: in r..u. ;

I Men get pearls' from oysters and women get them from I "Wherefore art thou Reme01"I account of the critter beln' doped ,. '. ( O W0I2l0'Pt /
I tji nuts. Paraphrasing Juliet's famed line with electricity before each race. VRODU.1ON' 'i

e f) I we'd like to ask: Well, after pickln' the wrong dog ; : 1>'- > ..
.
r Iin the first three dashes I figures E'R7S'
"Wherefore art thou, county can-
1
Watch for the school's" edition of the Telegraph on February "
; didates?" I I'd better quit fbolln' and practicea .'-"

:3i 11. Two weeks ago basing our con- little science The guy sittin' .,).,
o clusion on a perusal of our files inet to me seemed'to be doln' pret- '
L '.t' during past election years and on ty well so I leased over and asked
I ", Avery Powell says farmers will now have to do without the gossip then making the rounds, him if he could tell me how to .

I vitamin AAA. we ventured to predict. that poll. dope 'em out. ,

I ---0 tics In Bradford County would soon "Sure" he says, "come with me ma y. \
we warming Since that time brother and I'll show So we
up. you.
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his head because
) I r A dumb fellow can always keep nobody -
I not a single candidate has made a walks down to the corral where a
J ). else wants it. formal, or for that mutter even an lot of guys dr.saed up like bus

ill., ,; --o I informal announcement that he has' drivers was nurse-mainin' a flock

A hick town is a place where no one gets lit up because even the faintest Idea of running of hungry lookln' hounds.
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for public office. "Now" my friend says, "all you
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f there's no place to glow. Whether this Is due to a deliberate gotta do is look at their tails. If I

t n---- attempt on the part of pros- it hangs down-lay off 'em. No
i
: Animals make excellent friends. They can't get their pective candidates to show our dog ever won a race with an under-
readers that "you cun't believe ev- : slung tall."
hoofs into your pockets. erything you see In the newspa- "But" he continues "if you find a

0 peia," or whether it Is because of ,dog with his tall curled up over

r ; Well at least the State Road Department Knows now that I a little notice we published to the his back, take my advice an' put A.1 nt7r
effect that "all political advertisingis everything you got on his nose." i t M 4
I, Road 13 is a popular one. payable in advance," we cannot So I looked ''em over carefullyand

r -c say. I found there were three in the +

:' Some candidates remember a vote against them much)I But there are yet four months bunch with nice curly tails, so I 1
before election time, so we still puts a coupla bucks on each of 1 1
j ; longer than one for them. I have hope. If we wanted to lay 'em and then went: back to my

t o___ I ourselves open to more ridicule chair to await results. In a few 1 el.
..
,1 I t' It is hard.l to judge the value of a compliment by the we'd predict that things will beginto minutes the grooms brought the
I' ,:' break early in February However hounds out on the track and be- The St. Petersburg SUN SOLARIUM of stnk I
'' amount of noise that is made. / Few people realize., the tremendous part that:
at the present time your lieve it or not, the three fool dogs
design was completed February 1 ,
Egyptian
i the state of Florida plays in the winter production i.iff ,
o guess Is as good as ours. that had been walk in' around with i
1930. It is 250 feet long and 100 feet wide and
1 T devil find it I --C>-- In of the PEPPER. Daring the 1934-95 season
: The people who believe there is no ] must awfully their tails coiled up the paddock and the
TilE BONUS) VETO comes limpln' along the track with 1,424 carloads were shipped from Florida by rail divided into two sections one for men

A hard to explain a lot of things. I You might not approve of President the darn things bangin' down likea boat and car. This figure however, does not(
o -- Roosevelt's action In vetoingthe garterless sock. So It was "tailsI Include the amount consumed in the state or that eight-foot wall. Wooden Swiss benches are ret

'' It would be fine if all nations wanted the peace of the bonus bill-but whatever your lose" and I did. hauled out of the state by trucks, which onnur.U cut in the center of both divisions for recliningto

e world rather than a piece of the world. views, whether for the bonus or Well I made up my mind to quit approximately 420 carloads. The total 1 1't..:..' r..1 bcLR rs. There are also comfortable leanback

,\ o I against it President, you will showed have to admit then-but I happened to overheara of the 1934-35 crop amounted to $1S5,112.::;;; "'...1-s 1 for those who prefer to sit in the sun.
that the amaz-
bit of conversation behind me.
Lower:: baths and wash rooms are on both sidci.
1 h Normal times will] have returned when the optimists begin ing courage to stick by his guns In One guy says '"I'm tellin' you Bill 1
the face of such overwhelming system Is right. It's toe-nails
: fault with the faultfinders. my
\. finding odds. that tell the story. Now you take'a '' the only practical mode of prog- hotels and fishing; they have noth- by some ethnological society, 10

0t. Many persons who formerly did I dog with short stubby toe-nails less through the thick woods here ing to say about the people in general determine If our molars are becom.

Most men who say they believe in law and order hate like not believe in immediate paymentof and tie's a sure shot It means he was by swinging from one hightree who for all they know or ing extinct from eating soft bow

I; everything to take orders from the law. the veterans' certificates gradu- digs in and runs like a hydrant, limb to another, as the under- care, may be cave'men. iny, or larger and more numerous I
ally changed In favor of It when it growth was impenetrable monkey
while the long nailed dogs are lazy '
The next "survey" will likely be from chewing cane.
f \ -i o ? became evident that the Govern- and run.on the balls of their feet fashion! And a quaint novel with

I. t Doctors have discovered a man with three lungs. All he ment was going Into the relief business Instead of their toeL''' the quaint title of "South Moon .- '
on a wholesale scale. "Every- It sounded like sense so I trampsout Under" Is widely read. It faith'
; ( needs! to start a third party is a microphone. f
1' I I i body else is receiving a handout"they to the paddock, again to look fully describes life and customs In
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,";: --- 0- said. "Why not the veter- 'em over but doggone it every the particular section where the
a ; : : What did honeymooners do for their wedding trips when ans?" The only reasonable answer pooch In the bunch had short nailsso scene is laid; but as this is the HALL'SGROCERY
.; that could be made to this query I give | God-forsaken Ocklawaha scrub it
I' \ it got so cold recently that Niagara Falls froze over? up.
was that it would cost the Govern- It's just like politics. You decide certainly cannot claim to be de-

;, :'I'f 0 ment more to pay the bonus at you're gonna vote for a man scriptive of Florida life in general.But .
'. An exchange remarks: "Another danger about one-arm this time than to wait until the provldln he favors "economy in such books, and puerllelaws

f' certificates matured. government" or "lower taxes" and that our legislatures often pass,
; driving is that one is so likely to skid into a church.
i jt the undeniable force of casual outofthestatereader
But
public then when you go to look 'em over make the
i'Lli? o opinion was In favor of bonus you find that they're just like the believe that Floridians area

, f A tax on childless parents has been proposed. Those with payment at this session of Congress darn dogs--all of 'em have short set of mossbacks.It .

i k; children have already found their patience taxed sometimes. -it was inevitable. President toe-nails. was probably on the strengthof NEAR SEABOARD STATION
j i Roosevelt's veto coming as it Then Just when you think you've such absurdities that some high.

I ,. t -0I did just before election time Is picked a winner,.chances are your brow body lately sent an intellectual READ OUR SPECIAL PRICES t
i Dr. Einstein has decided to become an American citizen. 'striking evidence of unusual per. I man will be scratched before they looking investigator here to tr

y Even after hearing "The Music Goes 'Round And Around"? sonal courage. ever go to the post and you haveto gather "facts" on, to-wlt Florida r

i o -0-- -- start guessln'' all over again. folk songs; folk lore: ghosts; MEAL 10 Lb. ________.__ 20c :
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I It looks as if Santy will] be coming around in June this I this talk about "saving the i but It's a good plan to check their sing which Is seldom. It is alwaysa I i

year. That's! when the first bonus payments are expected to Constitution" and the danger to I'past records, find out who their snatch of a hymn, sadly out of GRITS 10 Lbs. __ _________ 25ci

arrive. the Constitution'under the Roosevelt owner la, and u moat of 'em have tune. As for folk lore there is '

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t After seeing pictures of some of the eligible royalty the path of a sometimes gullible folklore-if, really. any can be
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i { A Columbia professor says eating carrots enables a person woods H. are full of "Investi brows Ridge.probably As to ghosts wished to the find high out. TOMATOES No. 2 Can .. ____ 6c
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to see better in the dark. We're afraid we might see more there Any Is boy you for the I gators," sent out by the government what influence climate and envi-
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? In referring to AI Smith the Plant City Courier Pkgs. _
says I that all time spent bemoaning the presidential timber and draped only In a thin white sheet;
'f I that the Happy Warrior of 1928 has become the critical war- danger of Constitutional amend lap what facts or so It is natural to suppose that
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The only thing worse than eating hash at a restaurant We have no evidence that the for the sake of giving jobs but was instructed to write or

' f {where> you don't know what's In it, is eating hash at home President would favor changes In are really to be published, we may have written for him, ghost stories. Best
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1 $ If the radio stations allow time to the Democratic and Republican himself without precedent. There her long enough.to become well 11 manufactured, anyway. As to
few Presidents who have not myths the only one extant hereIs
Parties at least be that there will be no are acquainted with conditions., Yet
s o we can sure faced emergencies that made them that of Santa Claus firmly believed BEANS (Great Northern) Lb 5c
> after returning home he wrote and :...-:.___
crooning: done by either side: skirt dangerously on constitutionallimits. published a novel descriptive of in by small children. The

---0 Florida life-so He claimed. The Investigator has our sympathy. BACON (Best White) Lb__ 18c
Students tell us there was grave Florida is :
I Why doesn't the Supreme Court do something really]] useful seen was laid near Starke; the a new country. There I
to Washington's authority -
as
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William Randolph Hearst wants to rid America of I i Louisiana Purchase but declared It .additional members of the Supreme -I age Floridian is more enlightenedand I

'"cranks criminals and communists" so that Lindbergh can a necessary act in furtherance of I Court, who conformed to brighter than the average cit- TOILET TISSUE 3 For __ _. lOc

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I : 1 A man in a western state built a house for $2, which he which they had no constitutionalright I absence of Congress granted Eng from elsewhere. Superstitions common ,

J f'' ,had to spend for nails. He did the labor himself got his lumber Marshall, grimly has rendered commented a :decision"John land barrassed, France nations Italy a and moratoriumon other em- such with as the farmers Influence in other of the states moon, COCONUT (Bakers) l'/2 Lb. Pk. 5c

sawed and traded lumber for brick and now let him enforce It The
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". leave that to the executive who Is i And Indeed why should not the model for the chin-whiskered far. FRESH TOMATOES 2 Ibs. lie
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I J j. The Literary Digest poll]] showed that those who voted forces. least given the most liberal of Interpretations from Florida. And it is strange POTATOES Irish 10

I '. "1 ,\ in Florida were forty-nine per cent against New Deal policies his Lincoln fought with practically i,I, ? A score of amendments that all this should not be better _. Lbs. No. 2_ 12cHALCSliROCERY
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l' Emancipation the fact that a document drawnup publicity than any other state and
: shown to be in favor of the Administration. Proclamation
.' \\ strongly It is by a small group of men-no when so many tourists are coming
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"t\C\d believed that northern tourists in Florida at this time of year President Grant, confronted witha matter how perfect it may once here. But writers and tourists
accounted for this constitutional Interpretation con- have aetmed--cannot remain practical concern themselves with I
state's showing. only
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