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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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: USINESS MEN SCHOOL TELEGRAPH EDITIONOF DUE NEXT I Commissioners To Discuss Pensions; I I' WILL RETURN GREEN IN THIRTY WAINWRIGHT\ \ WILL TRY TO ,

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10 TRY FOR WEEKCOOPERATIONASKED I Stale Will/ Survey Aged DAYS CAMPAIGN TO BEGIN TO RETIRE INCORPORATEFESTIVAL '


Next week the Telegraph. will During a brief visit here this

: come to you edited by high school I week because of the Illness of his

iRKEKENTERCommittee 'students of B. H. S. A. W. Anderson Florida Hopes to Qualify Bradford Pledges Sup- father, 'V. H. Green. Congressman FROM POLITICS

I editor of the High School 'I I Lex Green said he would probably
I Journal, will serve in thp same 'capacity Under Federal I Welfare port of Any Practical 'return In thirty days to actively I
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AppointedTo on the entire paper next Act PlanOld I begin his campaign for reelection Han Been 7'a..ltsses Demorest 25
I week, and Raymond Plummer is I as representative from this Congressional Says
Investigate i ably handling the of advertising I -- I' district. Here For "
sor
Job -,\ The state WPA Wednesday allotted age pensions were agajn. under Thirty- "illl/al'e to Sign

One At Sanford manager. $20,000 with which to finance discussion by the Board of I The enactment of a possible tax Two Years AgreementLEGION
The asks all .
advertisers
Telegraph -' blU .and action on Ihe neutrality
a state-wide of Commissioners
survey persons County at Its meeting
who have taken space in the eligible for participation in here I bill are the two big issues that remain -
LUB CONSIDERS ADVERTING Monday. when Miss Gertrude -
paper next week to cooperate with before WILL NOT CANDIDATE WON'T SPONSOR
Congress, Mr. Green
FOR COUNTYhat the old age security benefits of the Heerlng and Miss Furma
the students by preparing their National Social Security Act. Douglas. of Florida State Welfare : said. He said that the House FOR ANPUBLIC OFFICEN. VENT IIIIS( YEAR

tha Business Men's Club of copy early so the extra amount of I Conrad Van Hynlng, commls- District No. 9 met with the members -, would puss the substitute bill for D
work can be handled without delay. the but Wainwright Bradford Efforts to form a non-profit
AAA made
'. ,.irke will actively work for the I sioner of the State Board of Social to discuss phases of welfarewo..k | no prediction County tax for
to assessor thirty-two corporation to promote an annual
as how It would be received In I
abliahment of a farmers' mar- I Welfare called this the first already being done or soon I the Senate. yours this week announced his retirement Strawberry Festival in Bradford
4 here became evident Monday I step toward insuring Florida's to be undertaken.
BIRTHDAY BALL I' The Starke Congressman has from county politics. lie County were started as soon us It
?b en a committee was appointed i participation in benefits under the The welfare workers stated that been an ardent advocate of the1801dlers' will not be a candidate for any of- I was learned Monday night the
t investigate the operation of a Federal plan. Within ten days, he each of the state's sixty-seven Jones-Langford-Whlte Post American
liar market at Sanford and to Again said, district boards will begin counties will have to join lit the | bonus and expressed pleasure
j the fact that the bill had Legion would not sponsor theevent
ort on Ita findings at an early studying records; of county com- movement before Florida can benefit over 'C (.. ) j jf '

fling of the club. I missioners, the defunct FERA and : by Federal pension laws which j finally been passed and the bonus ,\ .::.If. .. .,.;,.!. 11 The this year.
would be in the hands of the r. I' Legion's action was taken
baniel Lieterman, a successful A SUCCESSLARGE I other relief agencies to determine' provide for matching state funds veterans.soon I'I'I f <. .,< after two weeks of investigation
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|mer living! east of town, repre- I(which persons now on relief rolls with an equal amount of government I Mr. Green and his wife who accompanied .. '\. .'N during which members of the post

,.jited the interest of local farm- are eligible for the old age bene- 1 money. "I-t sought the following Information:
him here, returned
at the meeting and voiced the CROWD ATTENDSIN I I fits.The The commissioners pledged full I Wednesday to Washington. II ,'. ; .j: Whether citizens here wanted the

w\\eat need that exists for such a SPITE OF COLDWEATHER National Social Security Act cooperation in any movement that I I ---- ---+----- _. u. I Festival at all, and If they did
fM: rket here if Bradford County, provides; that the Federal Govern- was found to be practical and want It whether they wanted a

[fciipects: to remain a foremost agrl- I I meat will match dollar for dollar which would solve the welfare relief '" "home talent" event or one using

{Itural center. The Woman's Club was a scene I the grants made by the States to of those In need! of assistance. $10,000 FUNDFrom I a number of outside attraction.

Ir. Lleterman who settled! here of merry-making Thursday nightof their aged persons. The maximum Following the meeting, A J. i i At the end of Its Investigation

.ree years ago with a capital of last week as Bradford Coun- I. pension allowable la $30 a month Thomas, clerk of the circuit court, State r : the Legion was evidently still In

FotUy $35 and by hard work alone ty's second Birthday Ball for the per Individual. The actual amountof stated that Bradford County annually ___ doubt as to public sentiment and

I has made a success of farming, President was successfully stagedby the pension is to be fixed on the I pays about $2,000 in pauper Monday night voted to withdraw

I maid that often in recent years he N. Sternberg, general chair basis of the individual's actual allowances $1,400 In widow pensions FOR SCHOOLSCAN Its sponsorship from the event, although -
and grants $600 to a
f had been forced to plow under fine nee<1.FlorIda's. county members went on record
man.Gross health clinic. If
of various truck because jua: arrangementcould as favoring "home talent" Festi-
crops receipts were $104.40 plan for old age pensions be worked out these MEET PAYROLL TillS a
[there was no outlet for the produce slightly less than last year, but as prepared by the State whereby val.!
WEEK GRIFFISSAYS
funds, totalling ".000, could be
;here. there was no decrease in the crowdIn Board of Social Welfare Is now In K, F Demorest, who managedlast
matched with an equal amount of
attendance. The difference in the hands of the Social Security Festival
Could Use Platform Federal this county would year's has steadily
\He said that if truck operatorsew receipts is said to have been because Board in Washington and approvalIs have a pension money fund of $8,000 with Bradford County's school systemwas maintained that the Festival could

''f they could stop here at a of the fact that cakes were expected within a week or ten which to meet relief.demands. on the receiving end of 10. A not be successfully promoted usIng -

lil ntral market and pick up a. load raffled off last year while this days.When Following are the' minutes of I 295.26 this week as the state divided local talent because funds are>

.Qt, produce of uniform pack, our"Irmers was not done at the ball last week.In approval is given, the the Monday meeting: a million and a half dollar lacking for necessary equipment
would know could spite of the intense cold the v flee In the coming primaries, he such tents. He
they State Board will present its planto Tht Board appropriated $5: to school allocation among sixty-sev as has said that
fifll' their crops and it would be an crowd gathered early and a few the county commissioners of apply on the Burial Expense of a I en counties. said. he would not manage the event

[,Incentive to them to plant a larger minutes after 9:30: o'clock, the each county who will be requiredto colored woman at Lawtey Florida. Supt. A. J. Griffin said that this Mr. Wainwright has served continuously this year If It were turned into a
time set to start dancing the floor In the tax assessor's office home affair.A .
ntHety' of truck. match Federal funds if Floridais Applications of Buddy Prevail allotment would enable him to talent
,Members of the club were en- was crowded by couples, some of to participate. and C. S. Griffis of Lawtey for meet a payroll of more than $6,000, here since 1900, with the exception committee from the Business

[tupsiastic over the suggestion and whom came from towns as distantas In order to gain the benefits of Pauper Allowance which was laid which Is due this week for teacher of one term, 1928-1933.: :. In Men's Club is meeting with Mr.

tM following committee was ap- Jacksonville) and 'a1atka.At the plan counties need only to sup- over from last month! were denied, and bus drivers 1930 he went before the people and Demorest, and it Is believed that

$nted to investigate the possibility 11 o'clooek' floor'show of ply sufficient funds to provide a Pauper allowance of Mrs. W. D. Another disbursement of a mil- was elected as representative from from this meeting will arise a
; of establishing a market here: home talent waa enjoyed; with Mr. pension for a reasonable percentage lion this county in the state legislature. movement to try and effect a nonprofit
dollars
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TJ: <*| E. Wilson, chairman, L. L. Sternberg acting as master of I of.those who are eligible. The (Continued ;Page Eight) j Treasurer W. V.promised Knott for by around State It 1i, believed that his tenure of office I corporation to promote the

[Conner, c. H. Nasworthy, F. F. ceremonies. Popular songs by Mrs. requirements that the funds be Match 1, and this week's allotment In this county Is equalled only Festival annually

'$ 4mp and J. M. Mitchell. Tolbert Black, of Gainesville, provided for pensions to all eligible brought the credits this school by that of the late Col. W. T. Twenty-five bona fide residentsof

II' wa 8tatpie6t1jhM" Charles..Pende: .and,. .ootl...Andrews -, persons will not be forced 'immeJ to a total of 4741101. year Weeks, who served thirty-two I the county must sign the articles -
,. f new shipping platform near tha "were enthusiastically ap I diately. HEAVY RAINSWill Auto license money contributedthe years as clerk of the ch' ult CO"*!!: of Incorporation. Mr. Demo-

Jlway station could likely bei4d plauded.' Mrs. H. C. Brown delighted The commissioner explained bulk of this week's allocation Mr. Wainwrljrht's statement, announcing rest says. It will not be necessaryfor
the dancers with an Imita- his retirement, Is as follows attractions brought here for
for the market with a few aljfatlona. !-
f however, that the plan must be put Aid plus interest on the common school ,
tion of the piano improvisations of : the event to pay state, county or
j into operation in every county in fund and the one mill tax.
Eddie Duchin. Later In the evening To my many friends, the Citizens city licenses If the Festival Is Incorporated -
m Festival Disciuttted the State in order to gain Federal -- .
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the crowd gathered around and, Voters of Bradford County, he
saya.
I't. F. Demorest, manager of the | approval. BERRY CROP I
rawberry Festival last year, ap.J4red -I I the stage to hear a Mexican song THREE Greeting: Principal objection of those who
by Miss Grace Dew. Commissioner Van Hynlngbe- As we are on the eve of another' oppose a carnival in connectionwith
before the club to explain
-proposition that is under con- Of the receipts, seventy per cent I fore his departure for Tallahassee I ANNOUNCE campaign In which all County and the Festival Is that "It takes
where be will confer with Gov.
[.fclderatlon this year. stays with the local committee to TillS SECTION TO MISS FOR COUNTY OFFICESIN State Officers are to be selected, I money out of town," although thisIs

I;The business men at a previous be used to aid any cases of Infan- Dave Sholtz, expressed the hope LATEST COLD I COMING deem It fit and proper that I makeIt stoutly denied in other quarters.

had gone on record as fa tile paralysis that might come to i: that Florida may begin actual par- WAVEThe PRIMARIES known to the Voters my atti- One show with which Mr. Demo-

I'' a "home talent" Festival, Its attention here. Thirty per cent I tlclpatloQ the old age benefits of I tude and set at ease the public rest has been corresponding has '

.Itlng minimum number of out- Is sent to the national committeeto '|'I I the act within two, or at the latest, heaviest! rainfall since Sep- I County politics showed sign of mind! as to my course In the comIng guaranteed the sponsoring organization \

: and subordinating be used in research work. three months. tember was experltnced here in a life as three candidates made unofficial primary.I $400 as its share of receipts.
, ___ steady fall that Tues I
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day and continued into
fcal' Interest features. HEARING TODAYON Thursday Carl Johns, now serving his third friends to again offer myself for CLINIC
t Tough On EmployersFebruary It is believed
morning. I
that approxImately -
Olr. Demorest stated that It term as city clerk, made known his Tax Assessor and by some to run '

jld be impossible to put on the is the Ideal month for 2-JOBBERS At the same an time inch this of water section fell.Is Intention of running for countytax ,for Representative to the Legislature HAS AIDED MANY '

festival with local talent, and employees, but it's kind ot toughon collector. His official an- all of which I appreciatevery
|at the 0 promoters here had no those who write the checks. LEGISLATORS STILL UNDER expected cold to escape that the worst Is of another nouncement would be made later much. HEALTH COUNCIL ELECTS

ds with which to pay for nec- Believe it or not although it is the FIRE IN STATE wave north of sweepingthe Mr. Johns said.L. However, due to the fact that I OFFICERS FRIDAY
here.
country
ary equipment such as tents and shortest month in the year, there The H. Hill, of Lawtey, said this promised the voters four years NIGHT
strawberry will benefit
dibit booths. are five pay days. Statisticianstell COURTSThe Increased. crop week that he would be a candidatefor ago In my campaign for Tax Assessor Seven tonsillectomies
by yield from the one cleftpalate
us that this occurance Is so county tax assessor In the that If would stick
fAt the close of Mr. Demorest'sthe case against two-job hold they to
rains this week, it Is said. ThereIs six hookworm and six defective -
rare It hasn't happened but five Coming primaries. Mr. Hill was a me and elect time I
k club members seemed ing members of the 1039 Legislature no fruit now on the bushes to me one more teeth treatments have been
times In the nation's 160 of' candidate four years ago and was would make It last
his years will be called for my Campaignand
r>re favorably disposed to I' up hearing be harmed by the moisture. made possible through the Brad-
independence and won't happen defeated by only a small margin of at the of
opoaitlon than heretofore and today before Circuit Judge E. C. Plant City reports a growing expiration my term ford County Health Council duringthe
jka following committee was again until 1964. I Love at Quincy, according to an votes. Formal announcement of would retire from Public Office '
ap- volume
, of fruit, with six or eight past month it was reported at .
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_-. ''announcement Joe C Jenkins I his candidacy will be made at a and give some one else a chance.I .
ptnted: to go into the matter withIn by cars shipped from there Monday. a meeting of the organization held
further: H. C. Wall, N. D.ainwrigizt.Jr. "COLLEGIATE"MUSICAL Gainesville attorney. A case in The average price Is said to have later date, he said.J. want the citizens of Bradford last Friday night in the city haiL

., W. E. Torode, Dr. Quo Warranto will be argued at been thirteen cents a pint with a I I H. Moore, of Lawtey, yesterday County to know that I greatly appreciate The treatments were made possible

L. Biggs, J. B. Alexander Sam, HITTO 10 o'clock this morning followedby few selling as high as fifteen cents. made the following statement: thrlr loyal support during through the county clinic
derson and E. L. Matthews. arguments on the bill for injunction "At the request of many of the the many years I have been hon which was established through the ,
I BE SHOWN AT citizens of School District ored as their Public Servant and in
Pamphlet Wanted at 3 o'clock In the after- SOME WANT No.1, efforts of the council and contributions !' ',:',
RITZ SUNDAY AND which Includes and return I feel that It is
Must before adjournment Mr. noon. The injunction case Is filedin Lawtey North my duty from the county commissioners
/ilaon brought before the club MONDAYJoe the name of Attorney General PENSIONSSOME Starke I wish to advise that I expect and that I owe it to the Voters to the school board and the

moon the necessity for havingme Cary D. Land, against twenty to be a candidate for the office keep my Campaign promises and city council.
Penner Is back the
on screen two legislators. DON'T-r-SOME LEAVE of member of the Board of Instruction not break faith with the people.In .
form of advertising pamph- with Jack Oakie but minus Mrs. A. M. selected
again Darby was
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of
view these facts and with
THE SUBJECT POLITELY Bradford County at the
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printed for Bradford County. :M. A. Collins, a Jacksonville real .
I his famous duck. The new Pen- chairman of the council for the '
all and due
m stated that as a result of rent "Coll which estate man, originally started injunction ALONE primary election to be held in June good feeling appreciation Mrs. 1.<
ner picture ate. coming Joe E. Wilson
I I will In the near future make my I respectfully decline to be a year.
advertising campaigns in nor- proceedings against these
also has Ned Over- vice-chairman Mrs. Herbert '
Sparks Lynne The article taken Bitch
bern following was formal announcement for same" Candidate for any Office In the ...
and magazines a two-job legislators, as a taxpayer.
newspapers man and Frances B. :M.
I lovely Langford from the Jacksonville Herald of secretary. Montgomery.treasurer .
coming Primary.
ousand Inquiries have been relived In the cast will open at the Rita Joe C. Jenkins of Gainesville and January 31: E. L. Matthews, pub-
Very Respectfully,
from persons interested In Theatre Sunday for a two day Judge David R. Dunham of St. Congressmen Joe Sears and Lex LEGIONTO N. D. Wainwrlght.Membership licity chairman, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter -

|ortda. run. Augustine are attorneys for Mr. Green voted "agin" the Townsend home hygiene chairman, and
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A list of these desiring COllins. The original bill for InJunction I Mrs. L. A. Davis chair-
persons Filmdom'a dizziest, but best loved Plan at the last session of Con Climbs activity
(formation has been sent here, Mr. pair of comedians, Burns and was dismissed by Judge gress. As the election draws'nigh" I MEMBERS VOTE TO ASSIST man, were also elected. : )

filson said, and If we had some Allen, delight their vast army of Love on the technical grounds Lex Green smelling the ON TRAVELLING Several new members were en The following representatives ". \.
id that a mere taxpayer did not have rolled In the local Townsend Club
of attractive booklet to sendt fans with their latest verbal she- green pastures of Townsend sniffed I EXPENSES from various organizations are
there Is no doubt but that many nanigans In the Paramount comedy the legal right to Institute such the air jumped the fence end when It met at the court house asked to meet with the council: S.

them would come to investigate "Here Conies Cookie," which proceedings. It was for this reason landed square In the Townsend I Pledges of $2 In cash and ten I here Monday night at 7:30: o'clock. L. Crews, school board; L. L. Con-

|e fine living advantages of Brad- will be the feature attraction ca that Attorney Jenkins insisted patch. J gallons of gasoline per month were There are now 722 persons with ner, county commissioner; A. J. .
d County. that Mr. Landls permit a new 'the organisation here. A numberof Thomas American :Mrs.! J.M. l'i
the Rita screen next Tuesday and Joe Sears hasn't said where he made at the American Legion Legion; :
rue same committee appointed Wednesday. bill to be filed in his name. stands on that 1 issue. The newcomers meeting Monday night to assist the speakers addressed the gatherIng !\ Brownlee. U. D. C.;. 1[. C. Wall. /,
i confer with Mr. Demorest and their remarks were met Democratic Club E. L. it
was "Stars Over Broadway." Warner Jennings and Porter say county FERA nurse, Mrs. Clennle Young ; ,;
feed to work with Mr. Wilson Initeg Bros.' new musical comedy drama Still they are against the Townsend Hlckok, who receives no regular with enthusiasm H. H. Young, Matthews, Business Men's Club; ,,1

to create enough Interest will be shown on the Ritz Ill. Sternberg Boxing Plan. While everyone will respect allowance for travelling expenses. president of the organization invites ,. Mrs. E. M. Davis, Presbyterian
Uy to have such all Interested persons to attend Church Mrs.' Edward Burns Episcopal -
a pamphlet ;
screen: next Thursday and Fri of Ben Sternberg. who Jennings and Porter for stating I I The donations were pledged by A.
pared. day. This film takes the audiences has completed his "plebe" year at their honest views on the Townsend I I.J. Thomas N. D. Wainwrlght, Jr., the next meeting February Church; Mrs. M B, Plum-

Large Attendance behind the scenes of broadcasting' West Point and Is now a full- Plan rather than playing polItics K. G. Duncan and Wm. G. Tomllnson. 17. .. _. mer, Lawtey district; Mrs. A. L. I
-- .-- --- Sullivan Mrs. R A. '
The meeting Monday was one of stations and night clubs In one of fledged upperclassman, will be gladto it would seem that good politics I Hampton;

largest held since the club was the most entertaining and tuneful know that he is continuing his would have been for them to It was decided that the local I i Court House for UnionA I Colacn, Brooker. .

ganlzed several years ago. The pictures to come to the screen in activities as a member of theacademy's play for the Townsend Plan votes post would put on a* membershipdrive I new court house building for ,I .

nosphere was charged with po- many a long day. The cast Includes boxing team, where be with the record against Green and and the following committeewas Union County is in the offing with Among First Ten

|cal electricity, and although oth- Pat O'Brien, James Melton. has shown promise almoet since he Sears. appointed to conduct it: J. the announcement last week by The Bradford County Young

business precluded the discus- Jane Froman Jean Muir, Frank first set foot In the school.: In a'' As the campaign warms up It. B. Alexander chairman, Tracy W. WPA officials of an allocation: of Democratic Club ranked among the

Cn of this Interesting .subject UcHugh, Frank Fay and others. 'recent bout with the University of will be Interested to see just what Baker, Ceo. A. Anderson and K. G. $2 .OOO in Federal funds for this ten leading clubs In Florida in

fire,was much kidding of candies s Miami Ben fought his man to a political power there is In the Duncan. purpose. The county has pledged sponsoring the recent Jackson-Day

and prospective candidates I draw and the Associated Press Townsend[ Plan in this district. Its Officers of the post assisted $8,000 In cash toward the cost of Dinners, it was shown in a report

j before and after the meeting. New Funeral Service carried the following account: : probably a devil of lot. members in filling out their bonus building the structure. It will replace releused this week by the state or-

I 1 r : The Florida Funeral Service, formerly "Sternberg, army light heavyweight application blanks. the wooden building now being I ganization. The dinner hers grossed '

Aluminum freight carl have I Conant's of Jacksonville, has boxed cleverly to a draw Important parliamentary debates used which was erected as a $146. The other nine leading

.Mfl! constructed that are a save -I:opened a place here In one of the with his slugging rival, Pallama. Iii future will be broadcast from In the Congo, prayers for revenge -i temporary structure when Bradford clubs were: Alachua D u v a 1. _
*n :at 21,000 pounds in weight Woodbridge buildings on E. Call after being knocked down 'In the the New Zealand house of repre, are said by driving nails Into and Union Counties were di Franklin Hamilton. Her nando.

wwta the old steel' and Iron cars. i Street. first round." sentatives. a wooden statue. vided. Leon, Marlon, Taylor.and Sarasota. _____



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BOA DRAIN SAXTON BETIIEL I HIGHLAND New Buses Placed in Service Here

Mm. Z. 'J. CirlfflM, Correspondent. >lr.. W, *. "l',lr /' rr..po.J .l .rI. Ralph Gain<>y. Correspondent Miss. 1E.. Crews, Correspondent I r Luxurious ::1:1I

Mr and Mrs:- Ralph Dyal and W. R Swan bom of Ft. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffis were Mr. and Mrs A A. Crews of
were spent the week-end here with hill visiting Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Gain- Bell Glade visited relatives here
sons, of Green COVA Springs,
1 vlKllingr Mr. and Mrs Arnold Grlftla family. ey Sunday. Wednesday.Mr. I
Sunday. Rev. W. II. IIutMon spent Sun- Mrs. R L. Lee was visiting Mrs and Mri. Lacy Norman, Mr

visiting day in OJus.O. E E. Lee and family Sunday af and Mrs. Elbert Thornton and Mrs L
Miss Mae Prevatt was
L. Brown, of Doublerun wasa
the ternoon. Idell Roberts were shopping in
relatives In Theressa/ during visitor here Sunday.
.. Miss Edna Gllsson was visiting Starke Saturday.
past week-end. O. T. Nelson, W. R. Swanbom
Mr. and Mm Eugene Hickey of and Arthur Swanbom attended j Gladys Lee Sunday Mr and Mrs._Roy Grlffis speD!

Bel more, were visiting Mrs. Edna church In Lawtey Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders and the week-en
Jones I"ft Sunday.Mr. Ancll Brown of Ocala spent the baby, Juanita, were visiting Mr Mrs. Lacy Norman. T..I

and Mm Zenas Grlffis were week-end! here with his parents I and Mrs Ralph Galney Sunday. William Crews is spending this

visiting Mr and Mrs, E. Clover C. C Sumner who Is employedIn Mrs a W. Harrell has returned week in Starke with relatives

last Sunday.. Ocala spent the week-end here to her home in Lake City after Miss Hazel Sorting of Jackson

f Airs' John I'r,-vutt and sons were ,vlth his family. spending a week with her daughter ville spent several days here last
vIsiting Mi and Mrs Haul Prevatt Mr. find Mrs. A. C. Sumner were I Mrs. Ralph Gainey. week with Miss Jewel Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Carter were
visiting In Maxvllle Sunday.
SundayMrs Mrs. D. D. Woodard and chil I visitors to Jacksonville Friday
Robe, lones and children I'' ---- dren were visiting Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Edith Padgett and W. A
t were visiting !Mi\ and Mrs Arnold I': Wider bodies, with running Gllsson Sunday.We Starling were visitors to Jackson-

boards eliminated feature many of are sorry to report that Mrs. ville Sunday.

uc new automobiles being manufactured Elbert Glover is still very 111. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas were e ; > n i. ti

t'It'I In France. Mr. and Mrs. Z Z Grlffis and visitors here Sunday f A }

Mrs Ralph Gainey were visiting Messrs. Bishop and McCord! of f t C.seN/yq ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Glover, Sunday aPR
Jacksonville( visitors here
Griffin Sunday. I were '
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Mrs Myrtle Priest and daugh- Sundity dIM MA7
Mrs Elzle Keene and children, of Mr and N. T Green and
tci .luanlta, Mr. and Mrs Ellie Mrs
It'I I As I Palutka, were visiting Mr and ,,
Sullivan were visiting Mrs.' Della children of Starke spent Sunday
I Q I Mrs. F. R Coleman Sunday. here with relatives. 9
t "Jnc8i of Hampton, last Sunday. I
1 1t I Rev E. C. Hogan, of Jacksonville J E. Keene of Palatka, was Mrs H. C. Wjmberly went to

I I will fill his regular appointment at visiting Herman Lee, Sunday.GRAHAM Starke Sunday' "t'br a few days vist -

'St1 : 'tiln.i Grave church next Sunday -+ with relatives.

ri'' 1 ONLY j I nnrning tad :.Sunday night All are

(el come WrM. I,. C. Ninlth CurreM|>i.ndvnC here Sunday night I

GlIlNGGER :, Ft Conner Mrs. Martha Broughton and Mr. and Mrs. C. B Roberts were

ALE -- week In DeLand as the guestof Sunday. :

I her sister Mrs Rachel Starling. Kllge Strickland of Ocala, spent

Miss Mildred Broughton and the week-end with his family. I

I Miss Vivle Cain went to Jackson Mrs. Ellen Padgett, Mrs. Carl .
f ar wt+r ville Saturday Hough and Mrs. Ethel Hough, of I ", ; .

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Mi and Mrs Truby Dyal were Brooker were visiting Mrs. R. N "
Only en eonerleneed M'j
aaen t visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs R R.
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New streamlined buses, Incorporating many n w ultra-modern feature not heretofore provided
I. qa.llflrd
yow help ins plnn O. W. Dyal recently. Monday, have been placed In service between this and ot..er principal Florida cities by the Florida Motor
I, IIIIIII//III//I FOR t4. M eomprehen_ Clayton Johns, John McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johns. and Lines. They will operate between St. Petersburg Tampa and Jacksonville with nine schedules dill,

t SOWN-UPS .1.1... .I..arlln'r renonelei and L. C. Willis were In Starke Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers"werevisiting each way; and between Miami and Jacksonville with eight through busts dally. Another has been

OKIDDIESTOO Pro........ Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Howard placed In service as the Miami-New York Limited leaving Miami at 8:30: A.M. and arriving In New'',
/ Mr and Mrs Grover Rhodes of I, of Fairbanks, Sunday. York City at 11:45 P.M. the next night Features nelude adjustable seats, down-filled head rest* ;
Lake Wales spent the week-end There will be church at the I I electrle ventilation system, and leather. tlr-i! t -- ie racks. White stewards have been placed 01

with Mr and Mrs. R. M Johnson Christian Church every second and ], the Miami-New York Limited run In addition to .no dcivcr to assist passengers. Tips have been banned '

H"/ I HAROIDC.WAU I|I and family. fourth Sundays. Every welcome. )| by company officials.HAMPTON' "

v Mr and Mrs. H. D. Abernathywere Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie

1I 1 I II visiting her parents Mr. and ot Hart Haven were visiting Mr. I Jacksonville, were the week-end TRAIN SCHKJHLK; I

I Ij I I Mrs. King, of Hampton, Sunday and Mrs J. A. Surrency Tuesdaynight ,' Nests of the latter's parents, :Mr.
Ernest Wasdln and Vester Miss Adn Nlmn.... Cnrrni>nnliit
]I .111<1 Mrs. W D. Webb. Our schedule chunK ::01'101.'| (

Youngblood of Waldo and Misses Frank Reynolds and Averner John Gelette, of Providence, R. Mrs. A. E. McKinney and son, January 5 and trains will rus\\

1 1 j Myrtice and Marjorie Hall, of Padgett of the Canal section spent I I., Is visiting friends here. Everette: spent ,last week-end at follows:: I'
Hampton, friends the week-end with their families. ,
I were visiting J. P. Summers and family were Raiford as guest of her husband Sounthhound 1
-. ------ I transacting business In Gaines- Mr. and 1'011'' ''. Joe Asbell and :Mr No 1-Due Starke 11 U P' .t

I ville, this week. and Mrs. Norman Asbell of Tram No. 15-Due Starke I .'' [P x

ton, were the guests of Mr. and No. 107Due Starke i I II I 1
NEW CHEVROLET 1936 J G. Lamoreaux, who is employeJ -
Mrs. H. P. Gainey last Sunday. ,
I at Ocala by the Federal Gov- No. 191-Due Starke 1111' "I'

eiument, is the guest of friends and Rev. C. A. Crosby held church NorthboundNo.

relatives here this week. services at Antioch near LaCrosse 2-Due Starke ''If, t

last Sunday. No. 16-Due Starke i I" 1 lOPf() ,(
Mrs. Vonda Inman, of Starke,
No. 108 Due Starke ,1 n, P
was a business visitor here this Wilson Lewis Is spending a few t
week. days here as the guest of his uncle Starke aDd Wannee Uramtl,. J

and aunt, Mr and Mrs. G. W. Ha No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 00 A{ I
Mrs. Minnie Johns, has her No. 102-Anlvea Starke l Sul .
Apartments occupied by C. M. Den- zen.H. CRIFFOI
J.
T. i
P R. T. Osteen and
Gainey,
E'P .ilson and family, and Mr. Travlce
"and it's the A. B. 0
Surrency were transacting
{ only and family of Ocala.J. :XI'I'IIIM'PI) IC' 'l'Hl\ FuTX
I'
business in Starke .
(b.Y Monday.Mr. IMIKIIK :
a W. Bedenbaugh was a business .. ( Hill Nn. lll.llNOTICK : t
and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and ( nn *
visitor to Starke this week. t IS HIJHKln .i:
complete that baby, of Jacksonville, spent last that T. A Tirlnxon, holil (
car [ Mr. Pearaal and mother, of Mlo,
/7. .veek-end here as guests of her Certificate. No. 60 luxilnlday b!
'r { Michigan have located In Mr. Pearsal's of July, A D 192: II, I tf
Mi, and Mrs. L. R. GaIn- | I
# parents Damn In my of flea-and hn Iedn
in the eastern of
cottage part .
lillralinn Cor..a tax Aced I I. 1
sells at such town. They will spend the win- ey thereon Said vrrtlflcaltha I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott were following described, i '
ter months with
us. transacting business In Stnlke Saturday the Niunty of UradfKlnilda. "i.1 i t tI r ,
: .. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was visitingher to-wlf:
NBVS: t At : <| of SIT' i iof ,\ t N II
son, Cleveland Sullivan, in : lib
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones and KVi., rf IllvfiTownahlp I 1
Theressa this week. 4 South, I,
Rev. Cutshaw will preach at the son of Jacksonville passed through llnxt: coiitainlnK t">
here Saturday en route to Plant more or less i
I Baptist Church next Sunday morn- The B Mmrnt .I,i iprtv ". "
City where they will be guests other ,
and 'lller the nafilfuvtl "
Ing evening.
< prices parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. was 111 the < '' "r ..1 I IClyde.
.
Gainey.B. I I'ntaH said cert, ".
I BROOKER F Hazen:/: motored to Starke redeemed' ,,,,rnrdlnM' ,
described' 11 >I
Miss Vera Correspondent last Saturday. :
Ouliiey Kl: In the hlwhexl' billcourthouse >" I I Iopprty ,
----+--- door, on II. I tiny lit the month oiwhlih \: 1'/ .py\
E. E. Dixon A ferret killed 497 chickens before
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tI 1 1I
IM the 2nd day oI' I I'r
The Death Angel entered the being recaptured, after ecap- I nted; : tills: 14th.. IHV

Mr home of E. E. Dixon Thursday, !ng from its cage at Mansfield, 19311. A. J. THOMA! J

January 30, and took from their England, recently. <'loik of Clri-uH '
? of Bradford foil, I r
midst a loving father E. E. Dixon + -
l-175t-3-J4
Mr. Dixon has been confined to Anyway, we all know that 1936

his bed for the past few months.He can be made a great Improvement

rlA leaves to mourn his passing six I iver 1935. Honest effort, plus dogged The

1r mrv children: Georgia, Garvin Virgie determination, works wonders. ';,
? Lee, and Walter Dixon all of ..
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Brooker, Mrs. Thomas Parker, Albany I Mexico with :population of 16- '14

T _. ,.m.... .,.. Ga.; and Mrs' Arthur Dixon, 552,722 people today has only Man Wh(

w Folkston Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. I about one motor vehicle for every Z t
!; 3 Martha Parker, of Brooker and 1200 Inhabitants
Mrs. Della Nash of Callahan;
three brothers; Nlran and Nathan NIIKIIIKIMeivhy -"" \1.1'1 Knows ;
notk-B In KIMI that I,
Dixon, Folkston, Ga, and Abe I W .L JI.|) THOII UH Sheriff of Ilr.I.C.'I -
MASTEH DE LUX SPORT SEDANGENUINE Dixon of St. Augustine, besides a C'ountx, State of Florida. by
I virtue of that. certain, writ of execution Whether\ the Reined '
host of other relatives and friends.
+ Think of all the good things you get in ,i I1nll" Issued and sent out of of the and Clerk under of the the You are taking for |f J

the new Chevrolet, and don't get any- P. T. A. Meets ,Circuit Fk>HU",Court and dated for Bradford Nov. 13th.County A. D., Headaches, Ncuralff
The Brooker P. T. A. held Its I'1! II, on that curtain. Judgment dated.
where else l at Chevrolet prices, and you will readily regular last Nov llth A I>. IOU, In favor of the or Rheumatism Pai
NEW meeting Janu-
rEBFECTEDHYDRAULIC FISHER: Friday, Bank of Sturkia. corporation and
BRAKES understand why people call thin the only complete low- ary 31. The meeting was called to RKHlnut. II H. Nerve and S. C. Crews, U SAFE ia Your Dock '
NO DRAFT VENTILATION order by the president Mrs. C. J. I have levied upon and will I Hell to the AakHimDon't t
prkevl car' highest and brut kidder for cash
IA. ..".si and rnoeth.d, over d..I.p.d IN NEW TURRET TOP BODIES Crews. Officers for the coming during the legal hours of Main on
; It' the only Iuw-I.ri'ecl l car with AViv PerfecfeJh. year were elected as follows: Monday. the 2nd. day.. of March. A.
mart .L'..au""ful, end c....,arfo"I, Ioodl,. I>. late: In front of the South door Entrust Your
President Mrs. L. B. r>r the rnurthouxe
which essential maximum Crosby. In City of Stark,
HydrauliciraAn, are to ,
v.ra..Ndfore.. fa rf prladterdriving Vlce.Pres.-Mrs. G. E. McGauley Ilradfnrd County, Florida the following Own or Your Family"WellBeing I
lands I the property of said
saFety- St.eretary-Mrs. W. D. Webb. H. f.r, wN and lying und being In: to Unkno
Treasurer Mrs. C. J. Crews. said Bradford ('"un'y. Florida, to-
SOLID STEEL oat*.pl.co The only low-prii car with the Gliding Knee-Action witS/'* of SW'4 of NWW and NVVy PreparationsBEFORE :
) Membership Chm.-Mrs. B. F. 2r HW" "f Section 13. In Township) .
TURRET TOP RiJe, which brings you comfort and safety beyond Hazen. 0 South, lUnic 10 Kant.W. .
\ J. KPPERSON-, take soy P"! >llt-i: ,
Entertainment : you ; II
Chm. W D.
a sr.wn. ., Ionu'l'. ",fro,. 0' ..hry compare- Sheriff O"lorldl& of Bradford County, you don't know ill Webb.
SHOCKPROOF STEERING 1-31-Gt.2-U (or the) relief of h ad.cha: ot i
with Solid Steel
The
only low-priced oar onepitce.Turret
Chm.
Publicity -Vera Gainey pain* ol rbenmatum. o.uneuralfiia

Top Genuine Fisherfro/ Draft yentilation, J/i'gfi- making' driving ....,., and ,,lr |n..it The graduating class of the Why Get Up Nights? tub rour' doctor 'wbit"*
Brooker Junior thiaks about It in coir
.r 10.'... High School is giving -
Compression {olt'e-in'! -llevfdEngineand Shockproof, : Steering a play Thursday night Febru- Till SSo: III.AIini-.U: \XATI\K with Genuine Bayer "AapirtnW .
fHKH
before
H10HCOMPBESSIOHVALVEINHCAD *-M of whiih are essential to complete motoring ary 13. The name of the play Is, If It falls to fiuno out tmpurltl tfiscoverv. say of this Bayer because.A,pinn.wc .
"The Nlghtowl." Admission will anll excess ncliUwhich CHUBB the Ir- self
lied remedies
ENGINE "pain
atufactton. reg-iil.trlty that wak..
be you up. get
fifteen
and twenty-five cents. Diichii." Juniper oil etc.. In little vised against by pbvsiciausu"1,
giving .*. b.,,., p.rform.nc* Good judgment eats, liny a new 1936 diet.ruin-the Everyone Is asked to attend that arson tablets culled lluketn, the: bad for the stomach: or. oftea

wtfh O..n /I.** gat end oil. only complete lutv-priml car. ALL THESE FEATURES will. bladder bladder. similar Iaxi4tlv. to Castor Work oil on on the the the heart. And the dlICo\'etY: obi
I bowel Poorly actinic bladder. can, Bayer Aspirin largely
CHEVROLET MO'i'OltCO'ill'ANYUETROIFMICIIiGANAT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES Townsend; ; Club Ditima' scanty flow, frequent desire, medical practice.
burning or bnckaeho. (n four days Countless thnusanc'i ol
UP. #..i..ko6k The Brooker Townsend Club held If not pleased .any druggist will re. who bave taken Bayer Aspmr.
NEW MONEYSAVING $4 9 SAND, '''.',qnJarIC, _p its regular meeting Saturday Slore.fund your Pima illtchell'n Drug io sod out without 01 tIT.'nt III

IMPROVED GLIDING O. M. A. C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN : ',MrAepn.. ..:rlrv.nd::With night, February 1. The meetingwas proved that the medial Iudl'

KNEE-ACTION RIDE 0 Compare C/irwo/cf'j/ / low JtJitereJ prices '10 .".111....", *JfM.4rtt0rt en'.iu rr :: ;; called to order by the presi aboul its safety weft correct >
.4' Oenu.rfAspiria t
and low monthly MI.,1O.Jo/orl/ .", / lrmm d.'1010"- dent, Mr William Surrency The Remember tins.:
ml(,. r.so.b.rafire rid. e' oil pa,ymenu. mn lul ., tie..u..e..u_ ..." ....1_ fs principal speaker at this is rated runonf mr'I
_... sirS.nr, ........ A M- J',,_ meetingwas method lid J.Kottfed toroT : the
Rev. G. E. McGauley. This rrdum_.......ou.w_ bwlf ches saJ: all common P
,
Club is rapidly gaining In member- .7I .,w. -hlrh. n uesrlpaicau3 LaO K/ for the avtratjf
c7e ship and others are asked to come '1.:. sa U ta.Sj/ regularly.

; ou4 eoutp&tmuprieed'eah9 and :join If they will The next 1IIf0000ITlOllI. You can get real Bayer "spalll

meeting will be Saturday night la.l..udaog from enp drug store simply 'DV Tasking
February 15. MIU wayULCtaI I,' ,. xTOAtt411 OaDWUaIYAL for i. by the earns .8a;jj!
.1705 11-rOpa IWLTO GLa; alone,, but always saytDg
Cln OY .ILP51A. ASPIRIN when buy
you
Torode Chevrolet Rev. Norris of LaCrosse, held 9OUa !5To555..H' AaxlATION'Y .

,1\' i Co. regular church services at the LI.ltrlal/ ore:DAaaltAild'NU OALYaI.. elat' Bayer Aspir
DUlL
Baptist Church here last Sunday, fro axwe.claA. :
T tt : STARKE. FLORIDA Mrs. S. W Carr and son, Lyn- .. I--IIIIr_',__

dell and Miss Louise Webb, all of MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE



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SUME ONE STARKE >FRIDAY FEBRUARY; 7, 1936: NUMBER TWENTY
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DITORIALS Recreation Plans SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Basketball Teams Gray Edwards Coach Heweti rohni

Being Carried OutOur Win Two Games
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The boys, like the girls were htt-

s ivd to the Best Interest Of recreation projects are doIng ''r\L Lose Two GamesFour pretty hard Friday by Sanderson

ADFORD HIGH SCnOOL very nicely. The tennis courtIs -,6 / and loot 26-14 which wasn't so bad.

expected to be completed next "red hot" basketball games Could our boys have made all of

nt,. Patrons and Alumnae week and perhaps the volly ball were played here last week, two their free shots w ewoulcl have

court. with Waldo, two with Sanderson. won the game as Sanderson fouledus <
\ STAFF Diamond ball will begin The locals were victorious over
EDITORIAL probably 12 or 14 times and we made only
i '-In-Chief___ A. W. Anderson next week, too. J VValdu but met disaster at the
hands of Sanderson.The two of these shots. The lineupwas
Jr The boys and girls bicycling club .r.
;y Editor____Dorothy WhiteMtflrary Is doing well and all those belong- Waldo game were played :
Editor, Marjorie Marwlck ing to the skating club are havinga here Tuesday, January 28 The We They

iJ If'Iil' ,Editor_. _____Hugh Walters' good time. girls' tlt! was first It wasn't so O

_I rial Editor __.Alice Royesteriro The shuffleboard is provid- good at first then suddenly both Drown Alford
4 iro' Editor ______Marie Thede game teams! "washed up" and played like G
lots of amusement for all those
ing
entary: Editor _n___________ !steam' engines The R. H. S. girls Jones Dowlfn
_n Eunice Williams participating. won 11-9. The line-up ran: Edwards Stafford
Miss Dorothy Sap IS directing We They Phillips (IC)
recreation on Wednesdays and Fridays I a ..'

EDU'ATION Bee MoseleyPauline Mabors Hazen West tCl< I

hancls Bacon, an English writ- Incidentally the shuffleboardgame Skeet Tison Marguerite Schenek Crosby HarveyHoward
e27! Shakespeare's time, once Is the kind gift of a local cit 3 Ola Mae Andrews lone Olliff Coach llewett

1"You may take all my prop- izen whose name Is being withheldon Everryn RushtonM. Our teams are not to be blamedfor

\'e ; riches, and, in fact, every4t4I request. ,, iI F these losses as they were playIng

'fh), have but you can't take mylII1Matlon I as i.r i. Brown (C) 2 C. Dempsey (C) against a much heavier and

; That's something: no Society R Andrews 1 Ruth De Sha more experienced team Indeed.

in, an take once you have It." If Inus Prescott 8 M. Weensner they made a much better showing

, 111 could think of this as Bald Ruth Tomllnson was visiting In L. A. Gray coach L W Moon than was expected. All the games
tft u how much better this world were hard-fought, clean, and honest .
Lake City Sunday.
.wII be! and even If we lost, we have
Andrews the
spent
Rudolph "walk-
The boy's game was a
school students have experience. the great lesson
high week-end !in Lake City.
over" for us. For Waldo It wall a
a wonderful opportunity here Earnestlne Andrews was visitingin disaster, especially In the loot

'hy not make the most of it? Gainesville, Friday night.Mr. .sae quarter when our boys made 17

::11))" tally we seniors Just on the and Mrs. Howard were vis- point The score at the finAl THE DOCTORS

jveYj e of leaving high school, are itin gin Jacksonville, Saturday. M whistle was 3420. If our boys

;;'I/It/ : ng to Just quit there or are I Simeon Phillips spent Saturdayin wy could play all games with the con-

,1\IdBolng\ to continue developing Jacksonville ., fidence and spirit which they displayed -

0Ii7lQlelves along educational lines? Hilda Wyrick was In Gainesville r.. ': in this one we would have ARE RIGHTWomen

When we start hunting work, the Sunday / no worries when we went to the

ftTHf\ ,question asked is, "What can Louree Howard spent Sunday in .. tournament. The line-up was:

yot say of your education?" Palatka, visiting the Ravine Gar- We TheyC
should fake
Wouldn't we all like to say, "I '. only

have finished high school, have dens.Mr.. and Mrs. Beasley and children a A. Brown T. Harden (C) liquid laxatic

been to college and I also try to spent the week-end in Citra, ) t .. a Many believe any laxative they

keep up with what's going on today visiting relatives. I. q S. Phillips (Ie) A, D Martin might take only makes constipation

.' Margaret Hair spent Saturday in Winifred Ilazen II. & Al Brown won, And thai isn't true.

"Students, let's all try to take Jacksonville.Ree GN6tC'e. L. O. Jones Do what doctors do to reliev.tM. .
condition. They use II liquid ,
advantage of our opportunities and Thede was in Jacksonville, .. F

not]the embarrassed when thrown Sunday. Bedonbaugh L. Sparks Than rn ,
with people of culture and refinement Edwards Theo Dan y. MUVflHII"

Juniors Will Give Student GovernmentGives i HONOR ROLL Elementary Chapel Pringle Billy Jolly n CONITIMT1M. +,

_: By A. M. R.ITlIItEE Coach / III
Seniors BanquetThe Good ProgramThe I Held Thursday A.M.
WEt.KS LATER FIRST GRADE:Franklin Young C. M. Howard C. L. Dickinson

Robert Johns, Mavis Thomas. Da
to give high school chapel was In The elementary chapel held their A e1.anslnfllo. toiay: a smaller! .
Juniors are planning The games with Sanderson< Friday -
sitting by her windOW vld Gunter, Louise Edwards, Leon less each lime
this If charge of the B. H S. Student Cooperative Thurs quantttu tomorrow; ,
seniors regular weekly assembly
the another The )
a banquet year were quite story
+,In her six- year old wheel Ellington, Harvey Hudson Emma until towel nut no help at all./
cbalr. Marjie was an Invalid and present plans are carried out and Government last Friday, Allen, Joyce Adele Moore William day morning during the third pe- girls were defeated 20-6 but they t
If funds The banquet will the third and fourth periods and outclassed Sanderson had sad reducing the
permit. were as laxativs keep
be.
had J been for six: years, just Anthony Andrews, H C Holtzen rlod.The '
cows of the carelessness of anoth- be given at the Woman's Club- one of the best programs, from dorf, Shirley Judd, Jimmie Leach, program was In charge of a heavier, more experienced team. doe until the bowels need no help
house some time In April educational as well as entertain- Mrs. Walnwrlght's nnd Mrs. Edwards' This H the second time we have at aU.
old Yarbo-
McRae Lou
eXAn' eighteen year girl, very Barney Mary of
is the
The will invite the sen- ment standpoint, of the hands of Reduced dosage secret
Juniors year. tasted defeat at the Sun-
beautiful and very talented in mu- rough, t, J. Carlton, Robert Con- rooms iding Nature in restoring regularity.
rtcjt jlhe would sit by the hours iors, the senior faculty and the A talk on the flag and the flag way, Ray Drlnkcll Bobby Dyal, The program was opened with di-rson. The line-up was: You must use a little less laxative

and play the piano. As she was sit- board of public instruction, which salute. by the flag committee was Jim Frank Jordan, L J. Kite, Willie ( one verse of 'Menus Loves Me." We They each time and Umfs why your laxative
people will total about one hundredand the first event and it was followedby O should be in liquid form. A liquid
ting,there dreaming, a rap at the O'Neal, Gay Dilskell, Doris This wan followed" ( by the Lord's
d There will be no dance after- student government by the Brown (C) Green The liquid laxative generally used
fc; ief mother ushered Into her ward but a floor show will be given -' government president, SI I m e on SECOND GRADE: Bradley Geiger Next, was two very amusing Prescott Rule b Dr. CaldwsU's Syrup Pepsin. It
pgeeence a young! man who veryIIY .for additional entertainment. Marvin Montgomery, Billly songs, "A Frog lie Would A WooIng Smith .- Tompson I. contains Mnna and eascura: both
addressed her. Mr. Gray, members of the board I Phillips Overstreet, Wesley Shuler Hazel Go" and "My Shadow and I", F naJur laxatives that form no habit "
): would you like to have a be call- Next was the first act of a fine Fields, Esther Griffis Merry Beth were sung by the two entire even with children. Syrup Pepsin I. ,
and others will probably Williams Strenger (IC)
: for the benefit of the three act play, "Cinderella at the .1 Knight, Margaret Monteith, Wan- classes tile nicest tasting nicest acting laxatm -
ed to make talks and the Juniors Woollums
upon kfoseley tried.
Race, by the first aid and rest- you vw
home? asked the young are hoping for a big success. da Pearce Ida Lee Silcox, Mary The third number on the pro- Tison Burnette
Q1.it room committees. This was a very : Simmons, Alice
To raise funds, the Juniors have Kathryn Mary gram was a reading, "The RaggedyFox"
how grand I Mother this is show charged class interesting play and it brought Yarborough, Gerald< Griffis, Marlon recited by Betty Hayes of -
sponsored a "
ar1h'| to show the public dues, sold candy, and have had home the point "don't be selfish. Manning, Donald! Norman, N. B the third grade. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
I can do." Between the acts were the reportsof McKinney Bernice Cooper, Agnes
In the future they Rev. C. B. Price then
"Tag Day gave a
.VVe have two weeks for the Safety Committee by Wilson Lewis, Evelyn Newsome, Joyce .. ItcnderEFFICIENT.
.; only will have a carnival, sponsor another very interesting talk on, "Buildingyour :Many Year EJIM"rlen"ffltk.! It Possible for Mn to
and the of the
taA to for the concert. May report Prescott, Alvin Crews, Coolidge
l prepare show in March, sell candy, own Temple." He mentioned PUOMPT and (COURTEOUS SERVICE
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) at the pinnacle of success. New Officers were elected last Moody. THIRD GRADE!:: Robert Biggs, his own life and he builds it HtarUe, Florida
' Between acts II and III the rest-
;"the needed was an opportunity Tuesday. They are: room committee Its report Carl Crumpler, Mack Futch, Bryan weak or strong depending on his HeWITT C. JONES
Wt: She accepted this opportu- President gave Harrell, Gene Noegel Lyle An- actions .

m und now she has success and Vice-President through the Alice Contest Royster and Scholarship; chairmanand derson, Berta Lee George, Oleeta I The program was then turned,

ro nce Secretary Green, Barbara Keen Roberta' over to Mr. Gray who gave the
Committee, through Ree Thede,
G. M. T.
By Treasurer Whitfield, Betty Hayes. following announcements: Don't
of Its actions.
good account
gave
Reporter.The FOURTH GRADE: Leonard play out side during bad weather,
The
Marie Hinson the Library
,Meet Seniors old officers were: Report for Margie gave McMillan, Peek, Olin White, Jr., Edgar Wil- keep quite In, halls, be careful; re-
President-Lois Judd kinson, Mary Jo ValalwelL MarJorie member "Safety First...
chairman of the Library Committee -
It
st week remember, you
you Davis, Willie Mae Ruth
Vlce-Pres.-Al Kay Carlisle. Key It was announced that an amateur -
+tPGemher, told the sad, sad The office committee gave a
we you
r Kathleen Stockwell Alberta
Powell -
Sec-Treas-Chester Moody I would be held In two
little skit that portrayed better program
of Clara McGee and Bill
Smith. Woodard, Fay Yarbrough, Joe will have
Reporter-Oleta weeks. Each room one
( ) McMillan. This week we than words, its duties. Playerswere
to all Informa- Good Luck Junior Class! W. T. Weeks, Raymond Plum- English Betty Havdenbrook.,' Mon- representative on this program .
convey you teen Warren. 1Y
les -
facts concerning Lettie mer, and Louis Davis.
FIFTH GRADE: Ovelda Thomas -
and William Napoleon (W. Interesting NotesThe Next was the report of the attendance Eloise Bullock, Ellen Merser- ExchangesLOOKING f
and punctuality commit
\ .
eau, Jessie Mae Slade
1,;:cttle first say the black ofIt girls nearly got "plastered"Monday tee. Johnnie Ree Cone spoke and SIXTH GRADE: R. C. Bagwell. FOKWAHI1,

(beg pardon, one can't see when two are three square awarded the attendance prizes. Lester McMillan, Jacqueline Andrews Don't be what you ain'tJes' -

lit, can one?) on July 24, 1918, yards of plaster fell from the ceiling First prize, a beautiful picture go- Carrie Belle Bennett, Dor- be what you la.
'ch of the girls' rest room due to Ing to Mrs. Long's room and sec-
makes Lettie 17 years othy Green, Shirley Morgan, Jean 'Cause if you is not what you am
the quick changes of temperature. ond prize, another pretty picture,
ng. Shuman, Sertoce Silcox Garland' Den you am not what you Is. ;
tie was born in Starke, bute The cold weather took its toll going to Mrs. Anderson's room.A Godwin Enoa Hayes, Othma I If you is Jos' a tadpole

still at a tender age moved among the faculty as well as skit illustrating Its duties was Haynes Jr., Joe Allen Lander, I Don't try to be a frog; .

,the village of Stuart, Florida, among the students last week. Miss given by the grounds and recrea- Darrah Johns Rivers Hundley, If you Is Jes' a tall,
I attended school to the eleventh tion committee, under the directionof I Don't try to wag tile dog.
Annie Mae Pearce taught for Mrs. Thelma Ricks, Geraldine Silcox i
Jde, then when she moved back Demorest, Mrs. J. P. Warren for Arlie Sponholtz. Selma Thornton. You can always pass de plate EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C b
.
'tarke, thus fullfililng the pray Miss Strickland and Mrs. Perry- Next the chairman of the man- If you can't exhort an' preach;

"once you get Starke dust man for Miss Jacobs ners and morals committee, Mar- PROJ<'S. NITWIT & KNOW KNOT I If you Is Jes' a pebble

your." shoes, you always comek. Mrs. Hart's room has a new pupil gie .Marwlck, gave an Interestingtalk. Dear: "Th Profs Optics: of Ethics" I, Don'be try what to be you de ain'tJust beach.Dcn't -. means 15% to 20% more :;;r

ettle likes dancing and tennis Joe Meldrln from White In conclusion were yells and I went Into a strange post officeto be what you Is.

doesn't care for conceited Springs. songs by all under the directionof get a package the other day, 'Cause de man that plays It square smooth power

sand i petting) She hates geomand the Pep Activities committee but couldn't get It because I could Am a-gwlne to get his.

chemistry Miss Edwards' room has several This was a fine program, well not l identify myself How can 1 I It ain't what you Is has been--

/illlnm Napeoleon Johns was new ppulla: Addle Di Candlo, presented and one which we do not prove who I am to the postmaster ? It's what you am Is. o

of that day of all days, J, Z. Anders H, B. Alford, and often view Sorely Puzzled, Credit World and The FrondW.

Istmas, December 25, in ther Clyde Hubbard. The fourth has Key' Simeon Phillips. ( Palm Beach H. S.)

| of 1915, which makes him 20s also organized a reading club. "Blue Member
young, last Christmas Here Dear Simeon: We: How does we know wot we
Speaks FridayLast
,
Sty ft the postmaster' a photograph
Jte says he doesn't like his JokesMrs. Is an' wot we ain't ?
'ti-day because he gets his Friday, Mr. Randolph of of yourself-that will prove
the University of Florida and who
day presents and Christmas you are. Definition of a kiss-They US'I-
Long: (to W. T, Weeks, whose member of the Blue Key Honor Profs. N. & K. l
ents at the same time. ally start with a warm smack In
hands are not Just exactly clean) Fraternity spoke here on the Gen-
|e comes to tii from the metroof the parlor and end! with a cold v
"What Is that on your hands. eral College of the University. Dear Profs:
New River, Florida. Na- W. T. ?" In an interesting he ex- I need brain food but I don't like snack in the kitchen k
|on likes sports and dancingdoesn" way -The Rookie, Rodman, S. C.
T Well school fish. Is there a substitute ? _
W. : -why-you, a plained how the first two years, In
e u>lying and con- -
al t tKlaino
tee.wh'n'i, know what i 'I aio! _
f I ,ore .: ', .a you gK
4.1fapeoleon's .
IS. lost two ol vyw.
college or even
years
"We tangled with a wad of ?
pet saying Is, up gum
life, for that matter. _.
will" and his hated sub- I Dear Elaine:
pet
Jones: "I'm glad that predicted We expect another speaker from f ft
are business arithmetic and You could try noodle soup.
pbra. cyclone didn't arrive." the Blue Key Fraternity soon, who As always, Help Kidneys
Simpson: "Pooh I wouldn't have will speak on the Honor System.We .
1 much for Napoleon! minded it." I need It! The Profs If Mrtr ,...ett.at... Ktdnm ..4
_.i .
.I dd W. GettI.
ext week we're tell }
gonna' youIt I Jones: "Have you ever experienced DOt1 Dear Profs: Up N"bo, N_ ...--4 AA.asuW
that little spring boy May ARREST PEDDLERS mtlen.a BunJ. _
?
one I am in Jail for running over IteMl1wAeNtVeneh.e..5M.lD..t' '
May. Simpson: "Lots of times. I havea 1.IIAMI---Flve women and six Louis Davis with a loaded truck. e a rnMriptfeBOnn.Utlm.**
girl Is Lea Retta Jeffords. mother-in-law, know." men, arrested as state narcotic tt&WZSZS? One could lift 2 miles
you How can I get out of the cala- Ctfmtax gallon a 4-ron Tricerafops >/
_' .
agents raided to stamp out Mari boose? '.

1 NEXT WEEK Raymond Plummer after vainly juana cigarets, were held today in Desperately, Attt the Sinclair Dea/cr

Feb. 10: trying to impress! some argu- the city jail here. Chief InspectorM. W. T. Weeks.
kJSu-ls Glee Club ment on a fellow-passenger, who H. Doss of the state agents said

'KJeachers Meeting appeared to be rather dull of comprehension warrant charging sale or possession Dear W. T.: Agent Sinclair R.lining Company (Inc.)

:!lundaV'. Feb. 13: testily exclaimed: of the forbidden "mugglas" Tell the Judge that you didn't FOR MI.VCLA1K rKOUfCTS

l-EJementary Chapel Why, sir It'. as plain as A, B. C." would be secured In peace justice know it was loaded. PHONE 138

(-lay, Feb. 141' I "That may be," replied the other court 04 soon as affidavits could be i The defenders of the defenseless 1's J. H. WAINWRIGHT, Agt.

School Chapel "but I am D. E. F." drafted. Profs. N. i K, 8TAKKE. FLORIDA

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FRIDAY
FLORIDA FKHRTURV
TELEGRAPH. 8TAKK1C.
COUNTY
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W. M.\ U. Circles Methodist Church Woman's Club Will Date Loaf Recipe Baptist ChurchTo

Met Monday Gives Table Tea Meet Wednesday By Mrs. A Z. Adkins Hold Roll Call

The Circles of the Woman's Missionary The Adult Bible class of the Wednesday, February 12, at The following recipe for date And Business Meet

,.societyl1J Methodist School entertained three thirty o'clock, the StarkeWoman's Mrs. A. Z. The annual roll call
Union of the Baptist Sunday loaf was given by 'w i I
club will hold Its fifth 'I a
with a table tea, which was Adkins. meeting of the First lap
Ii Church met afternoon at !
Monday of tee club year.
meeting Church
3:30 o'clock. held at the Woman's Club Building Date Loaf will be held W"dne
: Tuesday afternoon from 4 to The music committee, which I Ia 2-3 cup flour night, T:30: o'clock P'ebrua. ..
----- -- --- -- Circle Number One, Mrs. L. O \ f
I 5 o'clock. In charge of this meeting, has arranged 1 teaspoon baking: powder After the church roll can ,?, ,

AuxiliaryTo f Bob Demorest, Jr., Praised Powell leader, met at the Pasto- Twenty tables were placed at Intervals the following Interesting Pinch salt nual report will be made Thl_II

Meet TuesdayThe For Work WithJacksonville rium, with Mr. C. B. Price and in tho spacious assemblyroom program: 1 cup brown sugar Include reports from the ""b

Players Mrs. J. M. Brownlee as hostesses of the clubhouse. The place- Piano solo-"Jeanne Lee." 3 eggs clerk, treasurer, Woman's MI* E
> Ladles' Auxiliary of the There were thirteen members cards for the affair were red and Addre-:* "Music In Education"Mrs. Vanilla ary Society, Sunday School &
Presbyterian Church will hold in Bob Demorest, Jr., son of R. F tist
white hearts. In the center of the Cleva J. Carson. Sift baking; powder and salt Training Union Offlt rt
ot Mrs. L. G. Powell read
the home present.
monthly meeting at teachers for
/ Demorest of Starke, and well- rostrum was a large paper frame Piano duet-Mrs. K. G. Duncan three times. Mix one packageof the church teal
i'
Mra. O. E. Stansbury Tuesday afternoon the Fifth of Acts the
Chapter as various
11, 1936 at 2:30 known here, where be spent much I with two red heads, the ValentineIdea and Mrs. E. M. Davis. chopped dates and 1 cup organizations wilt bf fl
February devotional of the The in detail. ed for the ensuing
part meeting.: carried out year
received being chopped in flour Beat
o'clock. of his early life, recently I Vocal quintet-Mrs. George B. pecans
An election of officers will take much praise in an article in the regular routine of business was Other decorations were low bowlsof Flynn, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. D. eggs and sugar together, add Church All members of the Rapt:
taken up and plans were made for narcissi which were attractively nuts and dates and vanilla. BakeIn are requested to tent
E. Mrs E. K. Perryman, I
and annual reports will be Florida Times-Union in connectionwith Knight
place at the
church
At each for
about the
the annual meeting to be held at arranged room. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon accompanied a moderate oven about 40 thin InPo1
mad by officers and committee his consent to appear with the church Wednesday night, Feb- table were seated four guests who minutes ant meeting.The .
Duncan and
chairmen. The topic for discus by Mrs. K. G.
Little Theatre in Jacksonville 12. Mrs. R. L. dismissed were served a delicious salad, waters -
the group ruary Kemp -
alon will be the Memberswill Mra.\. E. M. Davis. :Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.
negro.
and hot tea. church Is pleased, ,
the meeting with a prayer.. The
to know
please study Bible question It will be interesting e
I March Is to be held at pounce the completion 'If ,
the In '
meeting A lovely was chargeof
numbered 694 to 708 Inclusive. Tuesday night th' young actor program that Miss Carson, who will give concrete q"
home of Mrs E. C. Priest. A social Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. baptismal pod
W. O. W. NoticeAll which.,
Director of Musicat
Plans will be made for the World appeared in the difficult role of: I the address Is finished this
hour was enjoyed during thereat Jeanette Klncald. The first number week.
Day of Prayer and for a Table Tea General Grant in "The Littlest the P. K. Voungo Laboratory During b
of the afternoon by all of the on the program was the pop- members of the W. O. W. week a new metal roof was PUt, ,4g
School the of Flor-
All are invited. Rebel. given at the Woman's ClubIn of University i
members attending the meeting. ular old song, "Love's Old Sweet and all friends of Camp 138 are invited the six Sunday School rooms
fblQ
Jacksonville Prior to the Ida. The club Is most fortunate in
per-
-- formance the Times-Union had the Circle Number Two Mrs. W. B. Song," which was beautifully sung securing her for this program. to attend the Christian are located on the north .,ldf*a

Local People Hear following to say about Mr. Dem- Alexander, leader, was entertained by members of the Bradford High Hostesses for the afternoon are;: Church In a body, Sunday evening, the church.
Famous OrchestraThe at the home of Mrs. D. L. Silcox School Glee Club. Following this February 9 at 7:30. Please meet .--
orent: Mesdames W. E. Middleton, C. A
with a good attendance. The reg- the audience was .favored with a at the hall at 7:00: o'clock. All For his size, strength ,
of Starke, Mr. Demor- Knight S. L. Peek, J. M. Darby, "n<: (It||
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Formerly ular devotional and business part piano duet, by Mrs. K. G. Duncan members who are not attendingthe supply, a bear is the lightes
L. S. Hutto. O. H. Inman, H. B. ate,
est has lately returned to Florida I <<
under the direction of Eu- of the meeting was conducted by and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Little Mack meetings every Friday even- of all creation. "
gene Ormaudy appeared In concertat from his present home In New Mrs. Alexander. At the close of Futch then gave a reading "Taln't McLendon, Misses Hazel. Middletonand ing are missing a treat. We urge ..

the University of Florida In York City. During the past nineteen the meeting the hostess served refreshments Fair," which was enjoyed by all of Clyde Morgan.'Photograph you to attend and also to Invite A Munich professor has

Gainesville Sunday afternoon.It months he was booked on several tall of the members the guests. Miss Grace Dew gave visiting sovereigns. Don't forget fish to respond intelligent IUCt! ,
To \\I
of the larger Reveries"
wall a privilege to be able to metropolitan present. several Spanish numbers. She was the time 7:30: every Friday evening sounds and colors.
theatre circuits.No .
hear this famous orchestra while Circle Number Three, Mrs. E. L. dressed In striking Spanish cos- Be Presented Friday NightAt

on their tour through Florida. Local better background for a pro- Siggs, leader, met at the home of tume and was accompanied by Mrs. Woman's Club

people attending the concert were: essioaal actor can be found than Mrs. C. A. Knight Monday nightat Jeanette Klncald. Her first number NO. 1 MAINE ,I '
Mrs. R. F. Fernandez, Mrs. WalterJ. that of Bob Demorest, Jr. He Is a seven-thirty o'clock. There was was "Lady of Spain," her second An interesting, amusing, and

Baker, Foley, Faye Louise and member of one of the oldest theatrical a total of twenty members pres- "Amo Polo," and then by novelty entertainment will be presented POTATOES 101bsl9c :

Mary Alice Yarbrough, Mr. and families/ of the South. At ent, including nine new members. special request she sang, "La at the Woman's Club House

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. A. Z. the delicate age of three weeks, his There were also two visitors. Mrs. Cucaracha." Friday night, February 14, at 8 D GRAND PENNSYLVANIA

Adkins, Mian/ Hazel Middleton, E. mother took him from Starke, to E W. Hayes, the devotional leader A contest "What 'T' should we o'clock.

" L. Matthews. join his father's stock company read the thirteenth chapter of all drink" was enjoyed by all those The presentation, which is being F MOTOR OIL 2 gal 89cU '
in Columbus
--A-- working Ga. It was Matthew. The new business which participating. At the close of the sponsored by the Educational De-
In this stock company that Pearl partment of the Woman's Club is
was conducted the contest it found that there
Fossil centipedes occur In amber was appoint. was wasa NIn
White, later to become famous in '" ITA1L INNER ROCK GROUND
\ ment of a committee for the adop- tie, but Mrs. S. L. Peek proved to entitled "Photograph Reveries, I r
of
the Oligocene age. pictures, received her first dramA tion of a small girl from the Baptist be the fortunate winner.An and is similar to the plays given GRITS 10 Lbs.
25c
Orphanage in Jacksonville. Ar- offering of approximately elsewhere as "The Family Album t-CONOMYRULE9 : {
rangements were also made for the This entertainment is ccmposed of
.1 $30 was contributed.which is to be 1
refreshments for the Church An- used for the building of Sunday. about twenty-two scenes. Each FANCY BLUE ROSE
P nual Roll Call, February 12. A I School rooms for the church. scene will present a welt known local -

reading, "Love" was given by Mrs. I _. __ resident posing as a photograph RICE 5Lbs. 25c
h
J, D. Doyle. At the March of a well known Bradford
meet-
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'm
ing, the book "Love Thy Neighbor"will W. M. S. Circle Meetings County person as they were twen-

be discussed. The meeting was y-flve or thirty years ago. Old I FINEST S'ocoLARD
:Mrs. I. W. White and Miss Olive
closed with sentence prayers anda fashioned costumes, make-up, and '
Ray were co-hostesses\ to Circle 2 Lbs. 25c
short song service. A social expressions, will be effectively
No. One of the Woman's Mission-
tv hour was enjoyed for the remain- used. Between the scenes, songs, .
Society of the Methodist -- - '
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der of the evening Miss Eunice ary dances and choruses by local talent "I )
.I Perkins and Mrs. R. J. Davis will Church Monday; afternoon, at will be given. Some of the outstanding MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

, entertain the circle at the March Mrs. White's home. scenes will be "Hazel", MEAL t
meeting. The circle leader, Mrs. White, "Bobby," "Dr. Squlbbs." "the Sheriff 10 Lbs. 20c :

t ,ru?% ----. opened the meeting with prayer ," "the Bride and Groom," "the I
,e and presided over the business ses Maid of Long Ago," "The Spanish .
GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL,
ur,UVrd. U. D. C. Sponsors Show sion. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, chair- Bride," and many others. If

.' The local chapter U. D. C. sponsored man of finance, made a report and The prologue of this play is written SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c : I

the picture "So Red the explained future plans for making by Mrs. R. F. Demorest and

o r Rose," which was a claramtlc storyof money to help build Sunday School the costumes are arranged by Miss ... -- .f

,I. the War Betwen the States, last rooms. Mrs. Carrie Ritch, circle Ruby Lillie. Piano accompaniment PLAIN OR SELF-RISING. IONAFLOUR 1\

,,- Sunday and Monday at the Ritz treasurer, received state dues and will be played by :Mrs. Jeanette
/. Theatre. At the Monday night offering for local work. The circle Kincaid.

r. performance a cake was given was glad to welcome as a new Admission will be only 10 and 20
,1lI member Mrs Charley E. Johns. cents. The :
rd away, the lucky winner was-Mrs members of this department ,.
0rr S. R. Johns, Sr. Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, conducted urge everyone to give their 6b.Sk. 12-lb. Sk. 24-lb. Sk. 48-lb. Sk 'e
an impressive devotional serv- cooperation to this entertainment. '
A very satisfactory sum was \'f
realized, the proceeds which will ice, which was followed by a pro- 23c 43c 83c $1.63.

Y be used for the various expenses of gram on the subject of the work Woodman Circle NoticeThe

I double edge word with uat I <:: the Society. Members of the U. D. of the the program Jane were Addams.Mrs. White Discussing, Mrs. Wodman Circle will have a FRESH FANCY- RIPE - f
C. wish to thank all contributorsfor
In Titus Olson, :Mrs. Charley E. Johns regular meeting next Tuesday TOMATOESCARROTS 2 Lbs. 15c ,
our shoes
Friendly for their
inatuice it i means j fine splendid cooperation.
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. Carrie Ritch night, February 11, at 8 p. m. .
style you like the looks of; keen Custom lasts, smart English and Mrs. L. D. Green. There will be a class of candidatesto Per Bunch 5c I G'
atlc experience.Mr. be Initiated at this time and all
toes k.dressy French..toe. authentic_sports I Demorest recevled early dra- During the social period the members are urged to be present LETTUCE 2 Heads for 15c

...ty .. "':k. _...>:'.. .. ) matic training In Atlanta, and hostesses served congealed salad, Mrs. Hutto, Sec. ,
nut cookies and hot chocolate. COLLARDS
Per Bunch 5c r
Jacksonville. Ills mother and fa- -
5 And I
it
mean quality In the things you can't Circle Number Two was enter- .
ther will be remembered by Special Musical
see finect leather soles and uppers finely of the old residents of Jacksonville many, tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. ProgramThe BANANAS Fancy 4 Lbs. 15c25c

woven linings. wed like to as members of the Mabel Paige A. Davis, the hostesses being Choir of the Baptist Church, FANCY DELICIOUS AND U'INESAP
n. JARMAN you investigate Mrs. Davis and Mrs. W. G. Halle. under the direction of John Powell 4
for Company who were so long in APPLES 4
""fRIENDLY" yourself :=:: while! our_ stocks are still Phoenix Park. The circle leader p, Mrs. F. H. Long, will present a program of special Lbs. for

Shoe complete,' presided over a, business session, music at the evening worship service -
Mrs. Ralph Feather, director of at which time Mrs. Davis, chair- Sunday. All members and
the "Littlest Rebel," who was the I NOXON POLISH 19c
man of finance, announced that friends are cordially Invited to attend - -- --_ -.
former Censa
Galetti, professional the food-sale last week amountedto this
special service.INSURE.
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF
; '" actress of wide experience, had the $22 which will be used to help
f, ALSO following to say about Mr. Demo- build Sunday School rooms. Mrs.A. IONA-MACARONI or

t rest today: Z. Adkins, circle treasurer, SPAGHETTI 3 pkgs. for lOc

SI-EN-TIFFICK SHOES FOR LADIES "Too much cannot be said of the looked after the finances for the In The CELERY

. many capabilities of Mr. Demo- afternoon.The PENINSULAR LIFE INS. CO. Stalk lOc
Red Goose Shoes For Children rest. As an actor he Is highly tal- CAMAY
worship service was Inter- H. T. Hall Jr. SOAP 4 for 18c
i' ented and there Is no part of the estingly conducted by Mrs. J. H. I Ag't.Starke. .
theatre that Is too large for his Florid. RAJAH SYRUP
Ritch, the keynote of the service Qt. 23c
ability. He has directed, produced, Office By Starke Hotel
ALEXANDER & COMPANY In being the love of Christ. A pro- StINNVFIELD FANCY
performed virtually every type gram about the noted Jane Ad-
of stage production well as BACON Sliced Lb. 39c
dams of Hull House was ably discussed J -
managed many of the great AmerIcan ts by Mrs. M. E. Edwards, SULTANA PEANUTBUTTER

stages throughout the East. Mrs L. C. Ray and Mrs. H. B. Mc-
Lendon. RITZ THEATRE 1Lb.. 15c 21-oz. 19c

At the close of the meeting Mrs. STARIU3 P & G SOAP 3 For lOc

Davis and Mrs. Halle served hot

', ,. t: cJ tea, sandwiches and wafers i i.r PROGRAMBEGINNING NUTLEY Oleomargarine Lb. 17c

APPLES Fine
.r, FRIDAY Evaporated 2 Lbs. 25c

U. D. C.ChapterMet SUNNYFIELD

,naaf M+, r a .. Wednesday'Mrs. FRIDAY, FEB. 7 PANCAKE FLOUR 2 for 13c

t.. A, Retlnt>lds. Mr""*.Sarah "Freshman Love" ANN PAGEKETCHUP

.a L. Hamrick and daughter! Mrs. W. Patricia Kill. Large Size lOc

r y,.._ e H. Nollman, of Sehring, were hostesses Wwrren lIullS.TtnD.Y 11\\Il'TON-SOOA:
t't'i AND Wednesday'afternoon to the

' W. T Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., at I FEB. 8 CRACKERS Pound Box lOc
! 6ASPARELLACARNIVAL the Woman's CluU House. SITNNYFIELD

t tl 'Si Mrs, L. O, Powell presided over I Double Feature CORN FLAKES Box 6c
the
l meeting and Miss Madge Mld
dleton acted as secretary Mrs. J I 'Atlantic Adventure' IONA STRING


I I gave E. matters Wilson an excellent, of chairman business report received of and finance other attention Nancy Harry Carroll Langdon and BEANS No. 2 can, 2 for 15c

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a 1 The name of Miss Hazel -unil- .. -- -
Middleton was proposed for mem- "Outlaw Deputy" STAND.VRD BRAND


TT bership: !fnto unani-thh..ptt'r. < Tim McCoy"Collegiate" PEAS No.2ew 2 for lSeSIINNYFIELD

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FEBRUARY 4 THROUGH 15Tampa's = '
The historian, Mrs. E. K. Perry- '-
annual Gaaparilla Carnival and the 1936 Florida
man, used as her subject "South
-* Slat Fair ar* fltaaUr than *v.r this yar. S**the Bn**xhibU Carolina in Southern History," and Joe Penner' France Langford I OATS

; >* oi th* Latin-Am.rican countrUi, Florida'* own Citrus Mrs. L. O. Powell also added to Jack Oakle Ned SplnkaTUES.'E 3 Lb. Box 15c

+ Show, the Livestock Exhibition, Cigar Manufacturer Ex'poaltion the subject with 'personal history .
))., FEB 11-18 -
and th* many *laborat* exhibit*. a All this eli of her grandfather, Thomas Frlpp, IO.YA_NO. 2 CAN -

'm jcd when th* Gatparilla plraU sail up Tampa Bay to who gave his life for the Confed- 'Here Comes Cookie'

tak* the city and slag their colorful p tads, and carnival 1 ; erate cause In South Carolina. TOMATOESBREAD 4 for 25c
The hostesses served Burn & Allen
,all on February 1O. *Faat, li.qunt bus .. tvic Uk. you a chicken

tight to,th* hart oi the Carnival City from all Florida. salad course guests with: Mrs.coffee W.to L.the Wall following THL'RS.-FRI.: .. FEB. 13-11 OU\ O\IOTnEn'S-Frf'tOh. '. ....

TAMPA ,$ 1.70 Round Trip Mrs. J. E. Plain' or Sliced
Wilson. Mrs. J. M. "Stars OverBroadway" 12-01. hulls 14oz.Gc 18-oz. to OL .
UNION Itlia STATION OPI'OSITB: COURT HOUSE TELEPHONE Brownlee, Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs. 6c
120-W 8c lOc
I H. B. McLcndon. Mra. George B.
I Flynn Mrs. L. G. Powell Miss

I Madge Mlddleton. Miss Olive Ray. Tat O'Brtt'n-JRJ14"James Meltou Froman A. & P. FOOD
STORE
Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mrs. A, Z.

Adkins, and Mrs. Ruby Raymond. STAUKE FLORIDA





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1936 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA I'AGE FIVF

AY_, FEBRUARY__ _. _._7._.--.0_______________ _,_________. ___ _.. __ _,_ .__' .., __ ..__ .. ..___,_ .'__ __. _n' ____ _,,_-. --
The Woman's: ChStlTem; .1 I RISING I II \ PINE LEVELMrs. visiting relatives in this section, "".r xcutlon.Olvnn liiid *r.*< foi rash to sntinrv,, tail f'

ance Union will meet with the< I I Lewis Sunday.Mr under hand
Miss Edna Correspondent II. M. Molls., CorrespondentFrank my In the C'i"! '
president Mrs. F. A. Scott on Fri. and Mrs Tate Alvarei and of Htnikp. Bradford County florid.
Bub 'this :J ''''' Krhrunry, A U II.
day at 3 p, m. Mr and Mrs. Halslop and Fountain of Ocala la ill children were >,$he guests of Mr.and 'v.tJ: EPPBKSON.:
Bits of son, Fred, and Mrs. Inez Kelly it hit home here. We wish him a Mrs. H. L. Edwards! Sunday.J. 2-7-1t.2.111 Sheriff Bradford CountOK

Mr. and Mrs Karl Floreus and spent last Saturday visiting In speedy recovery. A. Hamage was visiting Mr. ---

M. Bailey of Jacksonville, spent Jacksonville.Mr. Elder Bowers of Starke filled and Mrs. B. M. McRae. Sunday IN TIIM 'IRrl'IT Sunday:: here with Mrs. Floreus' and Mrs'J.. L. Conner and I Mr. and Mrs P. D. Reddish were FOil \nKOtlll, 'OI''ITY.
NeWs : his regular appointment at Pine IX ('".\"' ('. .
local Elna'I" of Gum Branch VI.OMIfla. :R1"
mother. :Mrs. C. L. Young. daughter. I Level Church Sunday night. tho guests! of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. IDA (HUN. )
spent Saturday evening with Mr. Sapp Sunday. Plaintiff >
and Mrs. W. C. Conner. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newman of V ) ."
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. J. W. Buss of Waldo, and Fred Halslop spent Friday visit Snxton: spent Sunday here with ----+-- I.EO Defendant MORTON GREEN ))

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN her daughter Mrs M. Loraas, of Ing: In Lake ButUr. relatives. The first recorded white man's OHI>KH Of VRNVICM
C. the guest contact with Florida MOTIC'K TO A f PK.\"
Columbia S. were was on March
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Carter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underbill ot THIS 8TATW OK FLORIDA TO
of Mrs. L. S. Hat to, Monday.Mr. 27 1313, when Pooe de Leon
Hellbronn were the guests Sun- Rising were guests of Mr. and Mrs. sighted bra Morton Union<< residence unknown -
the shore near what is St. :
day of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shaw. H. M. McRae Monday. now
,
and Mrs Frank Carpenter Augustine It aprearinR bjr Hffldavlt ann.zed
Mrs. Mary Wells, of Dothan Ala Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of to the I4III of Complaint filed In the
Ira.. Miriam Kickliter is con- Wynk Boulware moved this and a party of their friends, from Is spending a few weeks with Elder Green Cove visited friends Ktiov--rntltt oau.... that Len Morton
she will attended the Roosevelt Springs %OTIl'I7Notld llr..en. the defendant. therein
home due to illness. week to Ocala where Jacksonville,
L to her and J. T. Barnes
Mrs. here Monday afternoon. .. named in a non-rnnldnnt. of the Hlatof .
make her home. Ball here last Thursday night Dr. A. S. Stafford and son, Albert virtue pt ilpj't'o"''. *lvn I hat l1y> Florida, that his residence In iin
Wesley McRae of Ocala apf'ntthe IMUed out pt tilt! known, that ho In over the age ..C
J. Ralph Vallotton of the ,1 of Lake City were the guests week-end here with his fam 'lrcult foiirtof I'nlnn County. Florida 31 yenra and that these .la no one .In
pursuant to final
Mr. and Mrs Harold Gertner c. JiKlntnent rmtljrt.iI
visitor here Mrs W. J. Baker of Foley spent Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. II. H In salt the State of Florida upon whoreManunona
[mate Farm, was a Sunday i-anrt on th. 11th day In would bind
the Chancery
Gainesville were guests
ot June, A U .
Sunday here with her mother Mrs. Lewis. ily.We 1515 recorded In Hop.i'o'mt thin ilvOmlant.It
Jtaday. of Mr. and Mrs. C. H Nas are sorry to report the 111- Hook III >< "' said. I is ordered that tbs
'ill"h" thereupon
Fernandez.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter demon: ,
R. F. and .
worthy and Mrs. Elizabeth Meadle nose of little Nell Crosby. We hope A D 1JSR.>"corilp.l the In.y .r June, Maid. defendant Leo. Morton trtin,
and children of Hcilbronn Sprnlgi Korelvn
ss Hazel Adklns spent the that he will soon be well again.J. Judgment Hook S, png.s |los sod lee he.and hn the la Kill hereby I of Complaint required to filedIn appear
to
the of Mr. and :
Ralph Cox, of Gainesville were guests Sunday or the. inihlir. ,roponln of Hriulford
1 weekend In Hawthorne visit- Just received lot of chufa seed A. Harnage of Gum Branch County Viorliln. said cause on or before the lad
Mrs. J. L. Conner. for HIP by
was visiting her mother, Mrs. D. L. recovery day of March A. n I 11138. at the
$ng friends.MI nt Slatrunk'a.Mrs. Mrs. Walter Underhill Is spend- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. (nrntltin h..rR.I..tltrll AiH-pptnni-v Cor- foiirthonne In Htarko. "Florida oth
ngnlnet Mlkn
Silcox here 4
Monday. Klondnii. 11. .
said Hill
----- erwlne the allvicallonH of
this week In Dunnellon with McRae Sunday. Austin and H Hlto l
Ing '
mm"lmlVri.1 .
returned to : j irhOol. of Complitlnt" will be. taken it <-onfeHHfd
seeds at Sistrunks.COLUMN O. J. Griffin has : .
kinds of together '", lluKVI < .
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Rushing of .. hy until defendant.It
Richmond Va.
of
L. A. Rennolds, < "hp'ln
her home in St. Augustine after a ot IIrRdtord l la further, ordered. that :laid. 01
will arrive this week for a visit her son-in-law and and Mrs. David Paulk. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and <"'''IIIly. "'I..rhl.| .has | | said. 1 ra- der IM publlehetl. nm-e. .a week ffo r
visit with Ion
We all regret to hear of the serious Mrs. Gus Fountain Saturday night. edit upon the followlnir drxcribsrd four I'onMeptitlve weeka In the lira*
here with his wife. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. personal prupro'ty. to-wlt: ,
daughter, ford Telegraph weekly
illness of Neal Crosby son of: ------+---- County: ; :; a
a % -- Our I 1583:I spot Coupe. mc nouvmpi publlehed In said tuMint/
IItNT VORD Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. We GUM BRANCH Nt'Aia.I Motes' No. .H02570( Nrrlul and state, prior' to March 2, 1938.
L. D. Vining returned to his Leslie Biggs, student at Stetson I\u.: IHIt; Witness' my hnnd and the seal ,,'
home here Tuesday after spendinga University at DeLand, spent the wish him a speedy recovery.The Miss Elizabeth Hnrnage Cor. and will .n the Il.il'* flay In Man-It' the Court nt HUirko. Klorldn. this'"
many friends of Mrs. rank 10-wit. March 2nd, A 0. 111.!* |h, let iliiv of .February A. I) 1H36
week in Troy, Ala. between semesters holidays herewith Mr. and Mrs.! AnctI Norman and .IwofMt 'the legal. hours of sale, hpforn Kl'ICIAI.. UK A I.)
Norman are glad to see her: the trim door
very nf Ih.
his Dr. and Mrs. E. County Court A. J. THOMAS
parents .
out again after"several weeks of: mm. Kenneth and Misses Andreyand : IIu' of llrncirord "Cotinlv' In Starko. ,, Clerk of circuit Court
and Miss
TS FOR SALE:-We handle Mrs. M. E. Edwards' L Biggs. Mildred Norman spent the I lorliln otter mild .proprtV for nalunt 'r tANK! bANIiltlTM,
Hazel Adkins were visitors in \illness piililk outt-rv, and will eel I the Attorney for 1'lnlntlff
'..rkansas and Maryland Straw- -+- week-end at Plant City with relatives. """* to the highest 'Tt| bell, ',',1,1' I. 2-7-.3-28
Jacksonville Saturday. Jr. K. Merril
Walter McDonell ,
plants. Give us your order. MISSION! HALL .
moved to
Struth and Vic Thomas
lee Bros 1-17 4tc service Mr and Mrs. A. J. Williams of
Mrs. J. G. Lynn and "Moody Day" a commemorating -
Mr. and St. Augustine Tuesday. They are
DS for Spring Planting arriv- children spent last Sunday In Lake employed with the Deodetic Survey the One Hundredth births I Baldwin spent Saturday night FLORIDA FUNERAL SERVICE
relatives. day anniversary of that great ser- with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
at White's Store, such as City visiting there.
g vant of God, Dwight L. Moody Mr and Mrs. W. C. demons nn.l
' Peanuts, Oats, Rye, Toma-
;us, and the Fiftieth of the eon Junior, were visiting' Mr. and FOUIF.ItLNANT':
aniversary
't Pepper, Egg Plant, and Irish Junlus M. Smith who Is employed Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Sebring, .
tatoes.?? See us before buying. in Miami is spending several Is here visiting her mother Mrs. Founding of The Moody Bible Institute Mrs. Leon Conner Sunday. ..1.L'. McKUKN, I'rt'Hldent

:a'> '" 3-et days here with his wife. Sarah L. Hamrlck. Col. Nollmtu of Chicago, was held on I Misnes Iris and Irene Sapp andMisses TKLKPIIONB no
Marcelle and Esta
returned to Sebring Monday after Tuesday evening at the weekly BIble Manningwere
MisHlor I the guests of Miss Alice Edwards 237 E. CALL ST. 1
Study hour in the 8TARKK, FLORIDA
VT RECEIVED shipment off Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott spent sev- a brief visit here.
Sunday afternoon.
f.* ed. \Ve carry full !line of gariiand eral days this week in DeLand with Hall.There Mr and Mrs. J. N. Norm.in
41et field crop seed, all are her sister, Mrs. Walter Glatzau. Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Mrs. W. E. was a splendid congregation AMBULANCE SERVICE
were the
who came through rain and< I guests of Mr. and MmT
A. J. Underhill, Mr. amMrs.
' fresh. Get our price Bradley,
,guaranteed*fore buying. We have full line John Inman of Dothan Ala., is Carl Sapp and family spent storm Room,"and which assembled had been in the decoratedwith "Upper I .Mr N. Norman and Mrs.Sunday.J. F. Shaw and Caskets $20 And Up
mate- spending several days here with Sunday in Gainesville as the guest
,,('j Fertilizer and Fertilizer and cut flowers children of the State Farm were I
rJalA Brownlco Bros. 1-17 4tc his mother Mrs. Vonda Inman. of Mrs. Donia Moore. potted plants _._ I
fc. -?*. On the back of the platform -- -
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LOST. OR STRAYED-One dark Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Richard mov- Mrs. Flora B. Cady and Miss had been arranged a large frame i
red heifer unmarked about to the State Farm with the following/ Inscription:
Ml ed Monday Beverly Cady who spent the win-
three old, some white on where will make their home. homeon "Moody Day" Feb. 5th 1830--Fob.
years I they ter months at the Sparkman PRINCE ALBERT lOc CIGARETS 2 25c
Lives On. can I pkgs.
ankles. Finder please notify R. S. South Call Street, have moved 5th 1930. He

'Johns'; Lake Butler and receive Mr. and Mrs. Califs Manning and back to their Kingsley Lake home Moody Bible Institute Founding
:xeward. It family have moved! Into the Liv- 1887 1937. And his works follow '

'" ingston house on South Call Street. Friends of Miss Hope Haynes him." :MACARONI
.roR RENTChicken farm on will be pleased to hear that she Two hours of music. testimony, TIP TOPGROCERY MKIUUM lOc

ft,State Farm Road. Ice boxes Mr. and Mrs. J D. Doyle and was recently appointed supervisorof prayer, and praise were enjoyed .r IVORY,
double cot, Simmons Beauty Rest Miss Patricia Laiabe spent Sunday the Adult Education project of with five ministers of the gospel of

):.ud;, chlffarobe heater tables for afternoon visiting In Jackson the W. P. A. in Bradford Coun- various denominations taking part
late" reasonable prices. Mrs. R. ville. In the service, testifying to their SPAGHETTI ,
ty.
Optfftney, Lawtey. 1tpl'OR experiences with and the Inspiration SOAP p

:" : SALE--My 20 acre farm loc Save 20% on your automobile Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews had as received through contact with H ld..ng... INVITES YOU TO ENJOY
Insurance, convenient terms too. Mrs. Crew's the life and works of D. L. Moody.
. :..teij 2H! miles out on paved high- their guest this week
IWtty,1: Five room house completely Wilson! Realty. l-17-3tp niece Mrs. H. S. Trlest, of Bron- The song service consisted of the 7oz. pkg 3l/zc BIG SAVINGS.Bar 5c

furnished furniture alone will cost son Mrs Crews and Mrs. Trlest old Sankey and' Moody numbersand .
and was led by W. A. Scott, the '.-. "' ;.._ -' 1 '7
$$) Forced to sell at once $900. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell spent Tuesday visiting In Jackson Miss Lucile Mitchell were visitingIn tory of the song ,)J' some Incident
all. $300 cash balance $100 ville.
buy! Lake City last Sunday after connected, belng'glven before each Fancy Pink "
peer-; ear, Don't write me if you '" '
'Jpn' mean business.! Box 232 noon. Mrs. R. F. ponway, who has been number. SALMON lOc
far :a,.Fla. Itp visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul E. Twelve Httlc"'glrts becomingly Tall Can .,_ __ _
; ,: Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent Canova, was called to her home in dressed and with green shoulder t

< NOTK'K OF SALE the past week-end in Ft. Meade Albany N. Y., last Sunday on ac- apes and wristlets' sang "Ring The IKISII
All: Whom It May Concern: with Mr. and Mrs. William Do- county of the illness of her hus- Bells of ]leaven and "I Would Be TIP TOP MARKET

tlce is hereby given that I will brow. band. Truo" and, also gave the Bible Alphabet POTATOES 10 Lbs 19c

) '16th day of February, A. D. with scripture quotations, .

sell to the highest and best Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefootand The Inspirational address of the CHUCK ROAST Lb. 17ePOTATOES
er for cash at public auction at in Jacksonville Monday visitingat daughters. Misses Juanita and evening was ought by Rev ItL. NA\EET HEAL FANCY yK

';,lit residence in Starke, Florida, the home of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Sara also Mrs. Frances Parker Chapin, of High Springs, on \\KSrKKN

IIn4 Model A Ford. Two Door Se- C. Mendoza. and daughter Miss Imogens spent "The Power Of The Word of God." 10 Lbs. l5c '

<|!tU. Engine No. 263710, for pay- Sunday visiting relatives In San- At the close of the service three ROUND STEAK Lb. 21c ,

t of storage upon said car. Yes we have Starter Mash, derson. young men came forward dedicating ,

s Jan 24th, 1930.A Grower Mush, Broiler Mash and I their lives to the service of BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c MKATY; 1(111STEW

L. Alvarez.4t Laying Mash. Slut rank Feed II: I North Dakota certified Ked Bliss Christ.
Lb.
Seed ('0. I potatoes at Slstrunk's. Altogether it who' a pleasant and DKI.ICIOUS OK UINRSAI \ 127CKANCY
profitable evening, though many

NAT SEZ:: Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. B. M. who planned to''attend were kept APPLES 4 Lbs. 25c

I see by the papers that the rainy Montgomery Mrs. A. Wood and away by the inclement weather. LOIN STEAK{ Lb. 29cI'
This Is just one of the many
In Jackson- ,
season\ has set In In Ethiopia. From: Mrs L C. Ray were
similar observances which will be YORK HOME: MAI1K KMOHKH:

the morning looks you of my etui bark easily yard Imagine this ville zone Methodist last meeting Thursday Church.at the attending Riverside a many held throughout other countries hot only during this, but the APPLES 6 Lbs. 25c SAUSAGE Lb. 25c '

i what It looks like over there. next two years.
Where does so much water come Next week's study at the Mission SALT
Congressman A.
and Mrs. R.
l from? However I dent think an- Hall on Tuesday evening will be
Green spent several days recently LETTUCE Ea. 6c MACKEREL 2 for 15c
other Johnstown Flood would dampen here visiting his parents Mr. on the' subject, "I Must and Ye

the ardor of our local pollti- and Mr!!!. W. H. Green. Mrs.: Must. Remember to bring your

clans who are getting warmed up. Green also visited her parents Mr. Text Book.
SILVER KINO SKr.F-KISINO 6-LIiS. 12 LBS. 21 LBS
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and Mrs. Yancey Harris in Gaines
j And here's a hint to the wise

You'll have. better chance If youare ville.
wearing an International Tailor ._-- REAL
Made Suit. Mrs. O. W. White and son Olin FLOUR 22c 39c 75c

Jr., and Sherman: Bates nephew of ESTATEIF
Mrs. White, who is a student at Z

Kt'ep'our Feet Dry Just Received a Shipment of the University of Florida spent YOU WANT TO

INDIES' WORKOXFORDS LADIES' Sl'OKTDRESSES the; mid-semester vacation in West BUY, SELL OK KENT
with Mr. and Mrs. G.
Palm Bench CRYSTALSUGAR NO. SIZE CANTomatoes
SEE us- Vl'KK FANCY PACK 9
C. Bates.


Mrs. O. L. Beaaley Mrs. Jeanette WILSONREALTY 1 ,

Whites and Pastels which Kincald, and Mrs. O. J. Grlf- CORP.RUPTURE 5 Lbs. 23c G c
'
We Are Offering Itt"ETF.R' fin spent the past week-end In 2

$1.10 $1.39 I Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I. ,,' '. .. .- .. WHOLE GRAIN
Durden. They were accompaniedhome .,. -. <0 -'d"
$2.98 by Mr. Beasley, who spent
LbR RICE25C
SHOES $L93 Sunday there. 5 :3 Cans: I'ineapple Sli. or Csh.

3: Cans Cut fircen; Means
NEW PRINTED SILKMATERIALS HIGH GRADE WASH Robert R. Pyle of Gainesville,
and Forrest Davies of St. Augustine HIIIELD EXPERT HERE AI'I'LE :3 Cans Garden; I'vas' _

FROCKS real estate salesmen for the 11. :M. 8UKVNAN widely known'Xpert BUTTERQt. :3 Cans! Garden White Corn
federal Land Bank, were here of Chicago, will personally 25c'Pound
Monday conferring with the Wll- be nt the George Washington lintel 15c :.1 Cans! Grapefruit Juice __

In All the Newest Patterns Prints Srernurkera! and lon Realty Corp., and the Bradford \, Jackinn\llli, Saturday, Sundayind .') Cans' Apple I Sauce -

Specially Priced E>'elr's-SUes 11 to 44 County Abstract Company. Monday only, Pcl>. 8, 9, and 10, BOILING
from9A.M.to31',11. :{ Cans! Garden: Spinach -.--

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Mr. ftfievniin says: The Zoetlc BACON Cans Tomato Soup :_ ti

79c $1.95.lo I Friday In Jacksonville with Mrs. Shield In a tremendous Improvement (5 Cans! Vegetable Soup -

Knight's sister Mrs. Charles Lar-. over all former methods ef- 12C ( Cans I'or" O. r rns _

Lc: will ._ i
jjt Solo ..__ t.:'.:n "I' r at the George kvu-nmgton Motet s... only hold the rupture peu'ectly CHARMER

1'AUTV(50L KNEE LENGTH I I during the week. They were accompanied but increase the circulation
home by Mrs. Larsen strengthens the weakened parts 10 Per ,

BLANKETS HOSE who was their guest during the thereby closes the opening In ten MEAL 20c Coffeer 12c ,

weekend.K. days on the average case, regard- I Lbs Can
less of heavy lifting straining or

FuU Double Size Pure Thread Silk W. Parks of Ocala, formerly any position the body may assumeno JIM DANDY 10 LUH. .
of> Lawtey has resigned his post matter the size or location. A
Former Price $:a.98 tlon at Camp Roosevelt and has notionally known scientific meth-
SOc I PEARL GRITS 25c MAXWELL HOUSE Ib. 27LxoRD
taken a position with the Florida .od. No under straps or cumbersome ,

$1.98 State Highway Inspectors Divlion. arrangements and absolutelyno

ANKLETS lOc lc: 23o Mrs. Parks and little son, medicines er medical treat- '

JUIle, are spending several weeks men ts. :; Made

wIth her mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. )[r. Slifvmni. will tat glad to dem-
I IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S ,D. Carter of.Lawtey. on8rale without charge. IlJcIBJii

Add. &|11 N.Richmond St. ChicagoFor 39c

Although weighing many tons, 19 years assistant to F, H.

whales are able to throw themselves Seeley, famous rupture expert of
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clear out of the water. tolctgo.





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) AGE six BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA- FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7. (I83|
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SAVED BY FIVE CENTS POTATO YIELD IS GOOD-
C'\811INCOl\IE FOR FARMo 11ir .........
I! IN 1935' SHOWS RISE OF TAMPAFive cents saved Jack FORT M ERS Lee acv

HALF BILLION OVER 1034 growers arc well pleased ,
Pendola, negro from a five-year Will] 'j,.

sentence for bicycle theft. He yield '! of pootatoet. 'lley

GAINESVILLE--Sales of farm LIVE STATE NEWSNews are harvesting thsl season FARMERS SECTIONConducted pleaded guilty to the charge. County Agent C. P. Heuck Ir i ;
!
products plus rental and benefit The judge asked whether be had first digging, which began ,i .be
rn
payments brought a total of near of Florida in Short Paragraphs committed petit or grand larceny. night ago, they harvested ., ,
Demonstration Agents ?
by in income to the the
ly $7,000,000,000 Pendola's attorney explained of 240 bushels per acre ciosi.
farmers of the nation In 1039. according owner had valued the bicycle at ninety per cent of the yields u

to a report to the State 4995. The law described grand frlelds already harvested w roa

--- -- -- Agricultural Extension Service larceny as the theft of goods at $::10 the No. 1 grade.Children's 01
from the Bureau of Agricultural or more, punishable by a fiveyearterm.
r Economics In Washington.The FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, COUNTIES GET FUNDSTALLAHASSEE Pendola was given a ninety- --

Hints To Housewives I RURAL Bureau estimated total 'arm LAKELAND- Ed R. Bentley, -Each of Flor- day sentence. Colds
and citrus ida's counties was $2,500 richer
prominent attorney
cash Income of 1935 to be $6,9:2-:: .--
COMMON SENSE grower of Lakeland, has announced last week as a result of the first ap-
+ Weekly from Home Demonstration I 000,000, or $545,000,000 more than his candidacy for Attorney General portionment of taxes collected 14,000 CASES OF< INJURIES .Should Have This
that of 1934. Farm cash income of
SpocliUlitt. TaJOahaMea By SPUDS JOHNSONDISSATISFACTION of Florida, subject to the Democratic from race track admissions and TALLAHASSEE Expenditureof
1935 $2.604,000,000 more than
was Safe
primary. pari-mutuel betting. The appor- $560,000 on some 14,000 races Treatment
that of 1932, the low year of the I
MAYBE tionment of $1,320,074.20 last year of Injuries to workmen was reported -
.
SHAD HOE -
HELPFUL IF BASED depression.Cash gave each county $19,70260. by Wendell C. Heaton, state Young Mothers Benefit from
Shad Is one of the luxuries of from sales of farm SHOOTS AT SHADOW '
roe income since theworkmen's Two Generations'
ON DESIRE TO IMPROVEDissatisfaction Counties use the money for various Industrial commissioner, Proof of
the spring and because it may be products In December 1935: totalled MIAMI-Police Detective Chas. Insurancelaw This External
purposes, "s'+me for schools and others compensation Treatment
obtained during a very short sea- can "get under $598,000,000, or $62,000,000 be- Papy Is recovering from a pistol for roads or general expenses. became effective last July 1. For Fighting Cold

eon, the homemaker may well the skin" and cause a lot of low the income in November 1935, shot wound inflicted by himself Fifty-one employes covered by In-

think of the canned mullet roe or ble but there is a certain trou-I but $125,000.000 above that In December when he snatched his revolver from surance have been killed at their I IT AVOIDS. CONSTANT "DOSING"
mackerel a substitute. the bolster to defend himself froma PLANT CITY FIRE I I' .
roe as dissatisfaction which Is 1934, the Bureau report work, said Heaton, who estimated .. There's
Roe Is served in several differ which Is conductive to better living I said. Farmers received in addition "dark shadow" while he was PLANT CITY- G. A. Carey reports on about 100 cases a day j a child's cold nothing to like

ent ways, but first It is parboiled and contentment $47,000,000 In December benefit searching: an alley In the misty president of the Carey Citrus Pro- reached the commission. | 4 a young mother upset And

(simmered gently) In acidulated "Helpful" dissatisfaction has payments, compared with 56000. morning hours. The shadow was ducts corporation, attributed a rs_:;,. mothers of two. gee
his own, jumping at him from the $100,000 blaze at the company's erationn
water. Allow one tablespoon of done much for advancement of hu 000 in November, and $53,000,000in -_ anxious to
vinegar or lemon juice to one quartof manity. December 1934. corner: of a building. plant to safe-robbers. Neighborssaid "OYSTER KINO" UNCROWNED -_ help enil colds, have

water. Drain and cool the roe; Income from sales was higher in they heard an explosion short- JACKSONVILLE-The post office depended on V ck
When farmer becomes VapoRub. It Is effective
a very -
before the fire discovered. external-
prepare It In any of the following much dissatisfied with his program every month except July in 1935: OPEN NEW FIGHTTALLAHAS ly was department In Washington has and safe. It avoids the risks of con.
Firemen from Lakeland aided In
ways: of crops and when he registers than in 1934, but the greatest Increase !SEE -- Uly O. issued a fraud order against WIlli- stant"dosing," so often upsetting to

Baked With Tomato Sauce : losses after he begins occurred In the last quarter Thompson of Miami has opened a keeping the flames from spreading am Lee Popham president of the children's delicate digestions.Just .
year year
Place the roe In a shallow bak- looking around for something of 1935. A part of this Increase new fight against' the judicial re- beyond a half-dozen box cars parked Cultivated Oyster Farms corpor- rubbed on throat and cliost

ing dish. Pour over It one-half to to change his line of activity. Dissatisfied was attributed to Increased sales circuiting act by filing a declaration on a nearby siding. ation, on charges that he swindled at at bedtime VapoRub acts two irayi'
once
\. one cup of tomato sauce Bake I with conditions as they from the larger crop production In' in the supreme court that the the public out of more than $600- 1. By stimulation through the skin

1 about 20 minutes In a hot oven, 400 are, he thinks and works until he 1033, to Increased demand for farm I act was not finally enacted by the CITY HAS POWER I 000. Popham, sometimes called like a poultice or plaster-

!, deg F. Serve at once In the baking Improves his status In life. If he products, and to unusually heavy 'legislature until June the day after JACKSONVILLEJacksonville the "Oyster King," said when notified 2. By inhalation of its penetrating

dish. Oven glass dishes are thinks hard enough, works long sales of meat animals, particularlycattle expiration of the constitutional may continue to charge a $25 license of the action that the medicated vapors, releam-d by

attractive for this enough, and keeps everlastingly at and lambs. 60-day session. fee on slot machines under a charges were based on "half body heat and breathed in direct
ruling by Circuit Judge Bayard B. truths of government agents and to inflamed air-passages.
Fried it, his dissatisfaction will lead to .
Ii\, Cut the roe Into pieces, season ddtisfactlon and Improvement. RESOLUTION DEPOSITS RISE Shields. A test case was carriedto lies of competitors." this Continuing combined vapor-poultice through the action night,

: with salt and pepper Dip in crumb, Every phase of scientific agricul- Whereas; The Gracious Fatherof TALLAHASSEE-: increaseof court with the defendant, Kelly loosens phlegm-soothes irritate!

I' egg, and crumb, and fry In deep ture Is based on the premise thatit all mankind, has called our be- (8,297,610 In State bank deposits Greeson, claiming the city ordinance MORE BODIES FOUND membranes-eases difficult breath.

['::tat. Serv with tartar sauce. will make the farmer dissatisfied loved Sovereign and friend, unto during 1935 was shown todayin was void because the state TAVERNIER-The tangled mangrove ing-helps break congestion.A .

: Fred" With Ilaron with* tlme-worn, inefficient Himself, saying-My Son, J. H. a report by the Banking Depart. law permitted only $15 for city li I swamp of Lignum Vitae key Practical Quid for Mothers

>> Cook strips of bacon In a frying methods of farming and will bring Pollard, come Higher; and Whereas ment, which said the increase indicated censes. The court ruled the city I has given up the bodies of five Each year, more and more fami-
II and drain. Saute the him over to the efficient, business- "return of better times in charter permitted it to fix license lies are being helped to fewer colds
remove All Friends Camp No. 138 of more victims of the September and shorter colds by Vicks Plan for
t.t.pan In the bacon fat. Use bacon like methods developed by long Starke, Fla., W. O. W. has highly Florida and generally improved taxes. I hurricane that took the lives of an Better Control of Colds. Vicks Plan

,, garnish As the roe from one research and a sincere desire on appreciated the fraternal association business conditions. The report --r- estimated 450 World War veteransand has been clinically tested by practic

t jihad Is usually allowed for two the part of the scientist to serve. with Soy Pollard-and shows 105 State banks had resources LEE AWAITS DECISION civilians. Peace Justice E. R. ing physicians, and further proved

servings, four strips of bacon will The 4-H club youngsters have Whereas, the members of this of $68,386,050 on December TALLAHASSEE ComptrollerJ. Lowe, reporting the recovery of in everyday home use by millions

,;make an adequate accompanimenttor the Idea In their motto, "To make Camp, Indlvldaully and collectively, 31, 1935, against resources of 60. !,I. Lee is awaiting Instructionsfrom the bodies, said two of the dead Full details of the Plan in each
the best better." This motto sim- 169,206 on December 31 1934 and package of Vicks VapoRub.
It. feel a deep sense of loss by reasonof the attorney general before had been tentatively identified but
\ Creamed ply means that these boys and the passing of Sov. Pollard- $51,168,044 in 1933. proceeding with the collection of names of the others never will be 'Million Vick Aid. Used

Separate the roe Into pieces and girls, regardless of what Is "best,"'. Therefore, Camp 138, throughthe ----- doubled license fees from slot ma- known as long exposure forestall Ove'for Better Control of Colds Yearly

reheat in a medium white sauce. should continually strive to make.1 undersigned committee wish to BANK BANDITS SHOT chine operation A decision hand ed even the taking of fingerprints.
things even better, should be dissatisfied BRANFORD One bandit was ed down the court late I
This Is desirable by -
[ an especially way assure the family of the late Sov- supreme -
[' to serve the canned roe. Add pimento with what others consider ereign, of their profound sympathyand killed and two were captured here Saturday agreed in effect with Clr-t

f and chopped parsley. May "the best" and strive to Improve I deep respect, and also further when they attempted to rob the cult Judge Frank A. Smith of Or-

be served on toast. it. I direct that a copy of these resolu- Branford State Bank but were lando who held that the tax shouldbe
who is halted by the shouts of the bank
The farmer aggressively tions be forwarded to the familyof $120, instead of $60, shared
dissatisfied, that Is, the farmer the deceased, copies be forwarded president and the shots of hastily equally by the machine owner and
And here's a fine shrimp dish: who sees what Is wrong with his to the St. Augustine Rec- armed citizens. One of the trio the merchant who operates the device

Shrimp Wiggle system of farming and who is always ord and the Starke Telegraph with was killed as he and a companionran .
1 pound cooked shrimp to to from the bunk to a
trying do something waiting automobile .
the that be
i request name published,
(sand vein removed) Improve himself and his condition, in which the third of the
+
and be transcribed the
a copy on "SOAP FEVER"
2 tablespoons butter or cooking Is !the farmer who usually gets I records of this Camp.Respectfully group sat with the motor purring.The SARASOTASheriff Pearson,
oil ahead. second man dropped his gun
veteran law enforcement officer
1 can tomato soup Striving for improvement or advancement submitted, and surrendered Immediately and ,
admits this Is
a new one. Informed -
2 medium sized onions, sliced has] ever been stimulated P. M. Barefoot the> third, after making a speedy
Cornstarch or flour by a dissatisfaction with existing Signed-J. H. FieldsJ. getaway In the automobile, was that a county jail prisoner was
ill Pearson found
the
man's tem-
i. Baking soda conditions. W. Morgan, Sec. captured on the highway a few
I Soda crackers Farm boys in club work or college Camp 138 W. O. W., Starke, Fla. miles out of town. perature was above normal two I
degrees. ,Another prisoner informed -
Dice the Heat butter who become dIssatisfied J
shrimp. (or youths -
the sheriff that it was an old
.: oil) In frying pan and fry onions with the farms on which they Nix Gives Valuable Suggestions For
jail gag to place a cake of soap 1 1 /
.li until golden blown. Add tomato live and who begin thinking and
Planting Sea Island Cotton HereIn under the arm, which generallyshot
and an of wail to do for improvement
I soup equul quantity working something one's temperature up two de
-
ter; heat and thicken with cornstarch should receive encour
: long. This poisoned mixture shouldbe grees. Now Sheriff Pearson is
>., (or flour), When the mixture agement. They have seen evidence view of the widespread Interest applied in the afternoon when wondering If two cakes of soap
Ir Is at heat add scientific In the revival of the Sea is-
aimermlng the of (lie efficiency derived from plants are thoroughly and will
rise.
dry bring on a four-degree
i land cotton Industry, E. M. Nix,
'1'|' shrimp. Just before serving, stir methods and systematic when weevils are In ..
thirsty. mop- ---- ----
\ in a good pinch of baking soda, practice and this stimulates themto agricultural agent of the SeaboardAir ping the plants with the poisoned CHURCH TOO NEAR r

I 'r and serve on toasted crackers. seek Improvement at home. Line Railway, has prepared the mixture simply push the TALLAHASSEE
mop ComptrollerLee
following suggestions In regard to
Their parents and others should through the top of the plant It is told the Supreme Court today -
and this
growing handling un-
checks cooperate with and encourage crop not necessary to attempt to he could not approve a slot
der Florida conditions:
Colds them. "whitewash" the plants with the machine license for F. G. Bennett
Of course, there's the type of dlsbatlsfaction Fields that are selected for poison, as a drop or two of the of Gainesville because Bennett's

': 66 6 and which is just plain growing Sea Island cotton shouldbe syrup mixture per plant Is all thatIs place Is within 300 feet of a

Feverfirst grumbling and nothing else, but well away from woods. It Is required. In using the poisoned church: The comptroller said the

day helpful dlsHattnfactlou, coupled not advisable to plant Sea Island mixture should 1935 slot
one remember it is machine law, which has
LEBinD TAOv.errs HeadachesIn with an earnest desire to advance, cotton on rich bottom land or "new i deadly poison when eaten by man been upheld by the supreme court, 1 ''IrI'' I
aALt'Mneat In rural life land." All trash weeds and other
) In 30 minute is n healthy condition or animal. prohibited licensing of slot machines -

cover in which weevils might spend Application for seed of Sea Is- ; for operation within 300
the winter should be burned and land cotton be made feet of
can through a church or school within
BOREE FUNERAL HOME destroyed In the vicinity of the the
County Agents or Agricultural municipal limits. Bennett is proprietor -
Pull line of CaMkrtA & Undertaker Supplies fields where Sea Island cotton will extension Division at Gainesville. of Cypress Inn.
AMBULANCE SERVICE be planted. Effort should be madeto .
DAY AND NI41IIT locate Sea Island cotton well -

53 PHONE 53 away from any other cotton fields.

t O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. Thorough preparation of the land

"A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION" by disking or plowing previous to
laying rows to plant is desirable.
FORD
Sea Island cotton seed should be Only offers such value
planted us early as possible and
dates between March 10 and 15:

ore suggested. On account of poor

r For Expert RepairingSmith's quality of seed grown in 1935:

I growers are advised to plant at

least one bushel per acre this sea- ,
P R I C E
son, unless they know the seed be- """ t the Can't &e v.,

ing planted showed an extremely hf INOINiprored o o
Garage high percentage of germination.Rows under $ 'oaD 200,000 Ford V a' road

should be abolt three and a ... LOW CINn a 0'
aaAvnT_
half to five feet in width and FCAUSt of Ford's basic -except hadl other cir uadeta th.D
"'r Phone 120 should be thinned to about h design of engine, brakes, and l99; ; io soy
plants
II'
.... cha'sit; Ford the 1050
sixteen Inches to the drill with two -only can give you so much fine car per- Of IRAKINO

Wrecker Service Day or Night plants to the drill. loi mance in an economical easy-handling car. car codRhr..greaerth.osoy.

If you plan on using fertilizer, Because of Ford's economy in making and selling cars- ,

then from 200 to 400 pounds per on.y: ForJ C+H give you so many fine-car features at anywhere In

acre Is recommended of a standard n : I low Ford price. no car TIt1

, ready pounds mixed of Kalnlt fertilizer applied, or 100 prior to 200 to /;'rrl ilf.een. minutes at the wheel of the 1936 Ford V-8 Under $l27 Cradled ours'pdm1.; Passengers

planting la suggested. via: prove it even more clearly. Why not drive one today? except {Tnnsvetu: ON AU Wgltls-

WANTEDHardwood I Control of boll weevil Is best i <7\ aide-allay, Springs CUt doYpo' tilt sod

dene by using poisoned syrup mix I I ;7ouf the Ford .u.PLoArrNo
0 b-
: It"'a
the startIng
I. ture mopped on plants .{"?... housing. AXU-C.r weighs
about May 5 to 12, dependingon tIlIl 00 axle abaft

Veneering Blocks Pine & Hard the size of the plants. The first
made at the In
mopping should be no other
'OIQUI.,
wood Cross Ties, delivered at Lawtey, Fla. first indication of squares and un- rUIl ORIr1Ci.ea
{ atersafety
r car you
der heavy weevil infestation conditions within androadsbilify.

mopplngs should I. do at s' NTRIr0RC1 CIUTCM t
.. ... :iui Clack & T.: "* i.w t'I. e. serin,. r -Fasierpedal
.4 **+j, a' ; nve: day intervc' U.utucr i.u kill fife I .
and Ash Diameter Inches long and 12 all old weevils before they have opportunity at ""'''' '
11 to 26 Inch 50 'low \ "Uh""IA" 110 1//
CARUURTr0R '
to deposit eggs. After price l gas _
to 1 i inch Diameter and 26 Inches long $".00 per Cord. the first batch of weevils are killed tt.- ....' tarries mile. ,ge' Quicker '

mopping operations should be G" 11 :
--
q -
CROSS:::; TIES CUT FROM) IIAKDWOOD & PINE. continued at weekly Intervals until .* I I t 'II

about June 15. This poisoned
Sap Pints Two Mld.>d. _____________ B x 8 x 8Vi_________12 HO syrup mixture Is made of Calcium i ,

Map Fine, Standard __ _____________6 .8. 8U__________zOe Arsenate or Arsenate of Lead with
i 25 ttt' ...1 low saws-
Sap line, Standard ----------7 x .8 x 8).__.-______SOn No. 2 or No. 3 grade of syrup. The :,,: wall ? A MONTH .n b'r'.",n....

Bap Pine, Standard ---------------'I .9 x 84__________lOc proportions for making this poisoned 1. Pord V.a pa..."... n. or .p.hmmti ...:. ..it
undo new.u.hori:'" r"rG 6..ac.
Hard "'000.1, Standard --------------7 8 __________SOo mixture and y Sl.o o'Uoi..ra1 :
:x x 8U are one a half er.d" (b. 6\0: for is morha o. 4 of 5% a moolll '
pounds of poison one-halt gallonof : for lonur v..lnd. l,.jr.il on foul mwid hal.nca .
__ ,
tram Wood|, Standard,7 :x 0 :x; 8H__ ____40o plus iaioniki. .
water and one gallon of syrup. S.XO Aoracu UCCtuou oo uMd car.a1w.

LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO. These ingredients should be well LI.Ul- \

mixed. The mixture Is beat applied P 0 s DITIOIT_ '
J. I* HAUKELL, Mgr s.-J.-I__
with -
jj I\WTEV, FLORIDA a mop made of burlap about ;..1._... s..pn ...#
I eight Inches square tied around I the end of a stick about three feet





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1 CliU1iCH DIRECTORY life, "You're asking me as your 'Mien you sounded Just like that whirlwind of energy, dashing about I There Is no permanent water

'T.VR BA"Tl CHURCH LiVE husband to five up every interest O'Toole fellow." the room, summoning her maid supply during the dry season In ,

FIR S1' Pastor I have in the world and to live a She Inhaled a sharp breath but throwing open closet doors I Darfur, Africa so natives value the

r.ev C. B. Price, life that's stupid and dull and lid not answer. "Father," she called over her watermelon for its thint-quench-
V o'clock a, m.. .
:>-und a'Y School, 10 I loathsome to me. And I won t
J 'fho lll", supt.J 4pmy LIFE I can't do It!" Ahlle now he's certainly going to "you'd better get dresllClI.W"r. l. '

Y I A JM"rnlng Wurshlp,m.11 a. m. I "Well then" Kiy: flung nt him ome in for the kidding of his life" .. going to church!" I IG. I' NTH I M i 1M twlIR'4' hereby.: gat-i.. !H.I': I Hint un-

C p U. 6.4:; p. Seriafintion' of ,trie ro-Goldwyn-Htar' rlef.r with bitter petulance, "if everything Silo\ gestured "Oh, he won't P. slid out the door u concealed cltM" ,nml l h>' \lttuv uf ti Final+l "*"raof
e m.
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on Ing wor.h.Wednee- 9 baud on "CUUSTtOrHOJIA" I stand for Is stupid and dull inlnrl! that" grin of satisfaction on his by 'or..I'IH..ure Iho Honorable matt H. ruin I u I i.airing ntli r..tl

t :f 3 Teachers :Meeting 5 br CARTER OOODtO-N."aoclI and loathesome,. you, for Pete's "Oon't you believe it," Bentley face. Then he hurried to( his room. Judge of the Clictill' Conn uf the

/ : HELIN WAR ROBERTS sake don't marry me." :answered "I think a lot of that After all a man had to look nice Nth Jud..I..1. I Cltfiilt of Kli.n.ln., In
dal') 1eek prayer Be rv1 ce, Wed and for Bradford (I'ountv In Chttnfxry -
I ) I LIVE )MY LiSlESYNOPSIS the patter of your ten baby toes It wad her mont powerful weapon tuff he got off was Just a pone, when he gave the bride away.A dntit January 201 h, Did I In
30 m, lust between and Now that certain cause. 1\\..-r.-I 1IRI"ly
j p1I1etboQlltS of
, De."Y', : Kay Bentley, on ItYlK'hlinK around the house." her ace card and she playedIt you me. growing murmur speculation l>,,ndlnir between The Feil<*rnl ... trip with her father, There was a knock on the door triumphantly 'sure of him and take Gene Piper was already humming through of Columbia, Plnlntlff. ant
Church meets "You take him," she said with a the church and the ushers were IVrley' 8 Pnlklnn, et nl. l>..fwntlantisthe
Pastor. Terry O'Neill, an archaeologlHt. followed up by a very harrassed his answer. undoiHlicntd, who WOK therein
,
,, B !'.t. Montgomery 1I. flash of her old spirit beginning to shift uneasily on their ,
I In Grrrae. He follow her' looking Grove. Then she noticed the silence Hlipnlntml' MS Hperlnl Master In Chancery -
Ii unsay Scr-ool-10 a. m. "What's the matter with Gene?" feet when Kay arrived palely radiant to execute the N''MI*' will on
to New York.
i -11 a. m. But Kay learns "Mr. O'Neill Is here Miss Kay lengthening intq a long ugly pause. he asked Monday the 2nd day of !\Iar'h. 1936.flurlnir ,
"There's in her bridal
vormng that, her' father has n ruinous and wishes to belligerently. a gown. the IKII. | hour of nets. before
E worth League-1:1: p. m. speak to you. I've Bentley, feeling the gathering momentum chap that knows how to behaveIn There was one lightning-flash: ) the Court (louse door III Htarke,
Worship, 7:30: p. m. stock debt hanging over him. If told him the tradition of the marriage for a ibrutal moment to civilized Jl'lorl society. Plays moment when her
E onlng she inurrleH Gene I'Iper, favoredby that the brideis let his fall to bridge eyes met Terry'saa bidder' for cash the following de-
these servIces whiskey glass
all ceremony come
invited; to when he's .
You Ire suppouod to takes he came hastily through the rrlbml lHinl, situate, lylnr and be-
Grandmother Gage, matriarch not allowed to see the groom the the floor with a tinkling crash. his orders He nodded sagely.'He'll door of the vestry room In* In 111'ml fold I'ounty. Merida. tuwlt -
I of tho family, she will x-elve a night before the wedding Terry exhaled a long, shudderingsigh. '
\ never give trouble beloved Snc-llon ::1 I Township
you any "Dearly we are gathered : NKli of NWV, I. -
J rre.4y'terian Church large marriage: settlement and thus. But Terry himself had now appeared "That's probably the only Kay. You know" he said confidentially together here the minister 6 South of hangs 22 1 Kant:.
Minister her father's debt. Then to the.atimienirnt of the Tallahassee Meridian. ,
H. Lowry pay In the doorway. "I know solution, he said hoursely.
,' deorge
"in I don't understand Intoned..
ftp a way rontulnlnir 40* acres, tore' orPUN
-Sabbath School. of everyone Grandmother all about traditionb of the
,(? oo a I marri- how you ever stood for Terry Through a mist of fllmly! unshed (" .
Morning Worship; Gage approve of Terry, Grove. You should with npnurtennnt-pM\ .-. Snld nli-' to
age
A ceremcny DUEAM OF i LuVEChapter "
11 l 00 I tears, Kay saw Terry's faceIn hu made iiuinunnt to wild II'.I"I'! >, i to.Ilhty
the pastor and given him the settlement' making read up on the Ubangl savages. and caste
arrmon by I She sat bolt upright. "Why'What mute question as be bent to the mint
Peoples Vesper him a lr of H I,. I'KHIIYMAN.
m Young \ -prelde Gage The groom eats the bride for Twelve "
00 ,
p do ? kiss herThen
mean
you .
An 1'11..1..1 l 1 Mauler In i I'hslieryI :
and Bentley. Terry, however, with breakfast." He rushed to '
? ervl't'.; Kay "Well, there wan a fellow who there was all the attcnlllnt' 1-2f-1i1-2-U
7 30 p -Evening Worship. n piumlnti for freedom' of mind and "Darling/\, I'm sorry to get you out Kay stood there. frozen. Youyou're was always wanting everything his ,onfusion of crowding congratulatory -
Iv'r1191NP1] 1)1" 'III I Jo: aI'1'I'bl Of
: action l" miserably unhappy In his of bed like this but I've got to talkto Joking." wn way Imagine anyone's wanting guesttt at the churchdoorand F I.011111 %.
": Baptist Church beautiful office. lie situ there It )hv ..arhlfll..>d In
r.oi ev\ood you. ii|>in at liitf
"No I'm not.Ill" looked backat work I the
to mean really work enthralling' voice of the organ ttiHt tnrtaln IIIUMI In the OlrctiltI'ourt.
RV. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor now, bewildered by the strange "But Terry." Kay walled "we're her in wretched. despair. with three million dollars in his as It played, "Oh Promise In and for Huiilfon. "I'ottntyKlin .
i ,services; every Sunday. Bible turn of evente that have taken: his getting married tomorrow. Can't 'Idit, In fhiincery.' .eat II I I. d. Iu.R" ;: -
at 3:30: beloved uf "But I thought you loved me- II" hunter, 1'llIllIlItt, carry
'V5 a. m. Services profusion nrchueoloiryfront it wait ?
I 10 "It'a uii.vwhrrpTerry. .
,S1.dV:< She sounded like a hurt child that Hunter. rotidiitit.. mid tlu" relief
dock in afternoon. him. "No it can't wait." He squared i.>f'I' A ayed fur hi.lnir' nivnr thnt the
I'' : : :
ib; :
his shculders. It's has been slapped by its i i-r<>iidiint' 1 IH n feels flit of a Htale
"Kay simply no rude drf'"un of lo"I +
nurse for nrent reason ,1" ronh',' iiiiluiimn te PI:ilntirf and
ETIIEL1'nST CIIUKCIIKt A TRADITION IS BROKEN use going on like this." Bentley ,# my heart mi il 11'- ,,\,1'i tlii! > UK*' t>f 1 tw 'ntout1, yoaratnd
"I do love ypu His face was ... ,Iii.'! *. IH in, pt'i'-MMi In the 8taittnt
c. 4
Pastor made toward the ,
: L. A. Donnley, a sneaking move t jtl'OA'I'"pIIJ' hlielt'tyug
drawn and "It sound! Ktoilda 1 t\lfu of norKoniil pro
Sorvlces every first Sunday. Chapter ElevenThe door but Terry Imperatively waved hagguid may I \ t to dowtt" : ut>onhiiiii" ; ;: ; woiiltl rnunully| :
cockeyed, but If I loved
you any bind Bald tvrtndunlIT ., .
2:30 him back. "This whole is
School : m. setup
Sunday p. less I'd' go back to that office with .I.S MI|( >KUKI:", Hint tinOefon-
I Bible Study and Prayer Services. door was pushed open and ridiculous. Why I'm more like : tliittl ('ftiev hunter' apart tn the
all the buttons ami stay there till 11111 "I i roiiiniHiiii mi I tin- hid day of
night.First Kay whisked herself in. the bride than the groom In this
[ Saturday
jvcr didn't love me more" Mi". ii \ .11 UUll ulber-wtec| n Pn-
you any
"Kay Kay Darling, Terry marriage." t ar P, i '""t"MM" will h.> out erect
cried wildly as he ran to greet her. Kay slowly sank to a phalr. "But Terry, Bentley wailed HKHllI I hue.. for, hot flllltlli. tO lip

,j Christian Church "I had to come In," she dimpled."I "Suppose you get down to details "Everything's been arranged. It's I I ad 'pelf'It"1 ii rniii\" nnnl:nl:p. lint thiniiuli .

Rev. W. T BIcGulre, Pastor had to take one last look at you.I Terry after that sweeping de too late to keep people from coming ') it. iiiitiMh, || on',* u week. for
Bible School, 10 a. m. to the church. They'll all be foul, "n-e' titIvt. uui>1N In the Itrtid-
understand men as much as ..
age nouncement. ford, i' Lint t .' 'apli. n no''''Hiinp r
Communion! a. m. twenty years the night before they "All right He turned to Bentley there, of irtti9fal' oliruliitldii( inihllHlied' .' In
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. Terry's shoulders sagged. "We IliailTnid. !Ciiunty, 1'9nrldaw'I'1'NIiss .
get married. She looked aroundthe "I tender herewith my resig- : my hand mid ufflelaIAnr1I .
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: office. "Very fancy Mr. O' nation as Vice-President of Gage Just won't show up." 1 1I 1v 'nf snhl Ciitirt thin, 21 I day of
m "That's fine for you" Kay said 111"P., l I'M': IIIOKI .
p Neill. and Bentley and suggest that the .
( > |11'1.\1I" I. SK M.t
Second Sunday 11 a.In clenched teeth, "but how ,
Preaching through ,l J ""0 1.\'I! ,
on, her words. "It Job be given to Gene Piper who
i tad 8 p m. Terry pounced about me ? I'll have to face peo i-Ink, of Circuit( ,i-i"UI.t.
couldn't be fancier. But darlingit's wants it"Bentley llriiilfi.rilmini, ) Klurldu.
ple. I'll have to answer questionsand T KIIANK\ I.ANPUI'M.Atti.in.v : .
uttered shocked
no use. I know I promised I'd a protest -
deny that Mr O'Neill changed for" I'lalntirr '
St Murks Episcopal Church give it a fair try," he ran on "Now now! Terry my boy." ?" 1 121 -et-2-21:
his mind and who'll believe me _
Service on second, fourth and breathlessly, "but I got here at Terry ignored him and turnedto --
her
She at underlip
was gnawing
fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. eight-thirty this morning and at Kay fiercely. "Now Kay this is NIIKIIIKI< M tl HIfiTchv
furiously. "I'll tell you what we'lldo. \ notice IH !given that i.
Litany and choir practice at eight-thirty-five I was walking what I've come to settle with you. \V J, "':""I'r.on. an Hh.'i-irf of Bradtoed -
I won't make myself the
7'30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- around the block talking myself Into After we're married, we're going I { T,.'r... NF County, Htnte. nf Floilda. l byvlrtne
laughing stock of the city for any of t Hint 1'iTlnlti writ or txenittlon -
ccedlog Sunday services. coming back." back to Naxos t |IM".d| unilef the hand. and Meat
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If both of don't show
one. us up of the ('tern of the Circuit Court of
I've still got to explain why we pockets. And you know yourself, Mo llrndford, County, |foi| Idu, and bear-

didn't. But if you show up and I Kay, he didn't have the slightest I Terry turned to Kay In the car Inv, tlato A. I fif) the 111.11.121 on h. day that of boeolnbeY certain* ,

don't I can Just say that I didn't respect for the conventions at all i as they drove away "Dai'ling," he judgment. of even date therewith

want to Always spoke his mind right out said hnlf-fearfiilly. "Is It true? and of npord In the ins hlle ii'rurdn
BOB JONESComments marry you. of Bald Itnidfoid" (County. Klorldn.. In
Terry nodded with weary under no matter what it was about What all this means?Naxos? Mexico favor of M A Smith IIH Liquidatorfor

On Here f standing. "And I can be the laugh- Whatever attracted you to him In ? Anywhere" niadford, and, County airulnMt::: "3.nkw" corporation I 1.1,1'-

II Aa Ing stock," the first place?" Shy, rapture made two stars of wardH, i hava levied upon\ and will

And hereafter She drew herself up. "Well, But Kay was staring before her her eyes "It's anywhere Terry" Hell I nt .In the City Month of floor Htui-ke, of, the llrudfonl courthouse

.J ar 1k" you've got a bargain. You show up as if In a trance. Her lips moved she replied softly "I've a dream of I County, Kloildii. nil Monilny the 2nd.

A, at the church tomorrow at noon slowly. "That's just It. That's love In my heart and geography ,day of March .\ I'. 1 3H. durlnic
..
lyewpij the legal hours< nf Data .1. the hluhent -
,Jesus was in the temple on one and I won't. Is that all right" what It was that attracted me. lie hasn't anything to do with It. Oh and boat bidder< for cash the

occasion and a group of sight u "All right. There was a dreadful was different. lie was honest and Terry," she cried, "I love you so," followlnir,roperty of described said. J. .W.hinds lOilwarflff, i>f and the

seers said, "Isn't this a wonderful note of finality in his words. sincere and trustworthy.. She He burled his face in the sweet .ylnii and being In Iliadford County

building How magnificent are Kay's little gasp was a small was looking at her father, yet not fragrance of her hair, then bent to Klorlda.of to-wlt Hocloll: HWy 16, TownnhlpHonth of HW4'! oilNIOVi .S

the stones." Jesus said "This sucked-lnsound as if she were plac- seeing him "What a fool I've been! claim her surrendering kiss Itanire Vi Inst. Also| H,4 of

building will fall. There will not ing a period to the whole thing. I wanted to change him And If I TilE END. BIOV* of HWV, of Mvftlon 3, Township -
South, Ftanirii t'i Kn"t. AUo.I
be one stone left upon another." .14 'I "Goodbye." had and he'd have stayed why ---.-- -- N"j o'r NIOV of NVVM.\ and: HVV'xi of

Jesus had seen: -.something: more, "Goodbye Kay." her face was filled with soft won- The capital of BaluchlMtan Ka-: HWV of NKV\' of Net-Ilnn 10.. Township -
7 Mouth Itanire it l'nst.WI
wonderful than a temple. He had And Incredibly, he was gone. Jer, then he'd have lost the lat Is considered the most picturesque .1, KI'PBRMON.Shiriff : .

seen a soul in the body of a woman Her face was immobile, as her very things I loved him for," ] fortress/ the ttalnch high. .. .of Hradford Countr.Klorldu. ,

who, was fully surrendered to God.A father started toward her "Kid." I Amazingly, she became a smnll lands 1.31.lIt.I.U

poor widow poorly clad with two "No nice speeches Dad, please," -

miles walked up probably with "No' Kay, thin Is what she said crisply. "I mean. comfortIng -

t: trembling hand and gave all she 1"6 come to settle with words and all that."

hao to God. Jesus said "She has t' I J you. After' we're married "No."

given more than all the others we're going back He watched her anxiously as she A

here. The people had watched the a+ walked about the room in stony

rich men make their gifts. Jesus v to Na\o: silence. r

Uwaya had an eye for quality, not There was a knock on the door /' it
She smiled benignly. "Whateveryou
"In time you'll get so you can
for bigness. It isn't how much we I and Grove appeared, carrying a
o'clock before say darling, but let's discuss
until nine
wait you
give but it is how much have and
we bottle of whiskey some glass.
1 'walk the streets" she laughed. that after we get back.
left after we make our gift that I
1r Then eleven." She How could he make 'i
"Then ten. lie stiffened. es.He
r counts. God does not expect every I, was placing the liquor on the
glanced at her watch. "Heavens! her understand this crying need,
Christian to put into the treasury table when suddenly, Kay, spring
of the he has It's late I've got to run. that a man felt for his own work! OFFER No. 3 OFFER No. 4
Lord everything ing forward like an enraged tigress Alt CI AIL FOUR
"I as the poor widow did, but God 'Where are you going?" Terry "That won't work this time picked up a vase and hurledit },egr.uh." r......'. I r.a r FOR ONLY FIVE Southern A HeullurUt. I Tsar FOR ONLY
Good SloH.l. I use
expects ever Christian to be will- asked eagerly.She he was breathing heavily, to the floor It smashed Into a Country Horn*. I Tier Caualrf Home,1 year j _

ing if needs be to give all he has made a gay gesture. "Shop- as It did in Connecticut. Kay, I thousand small bits. Th.Form lautaal. 1 year' $ s8O Ill. Farm Tauraal. 1 Tear $ .8 0

to Go& How few Christians there ping. Buying a trousseau Is the we're deciding it right now. We're Her action seemed to release AND THIS NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAPER .MI=
Far Oa. Year
." Foe One Tear
.
back to Naxos
are who would be willing to sign nearest thing to perpetual motion going some spring with her. Wordlessly,
I blank checks and lay these checkson yet discovered." "And then ?" she asked, omin- she proceeded to vent her wrath.

i the altar of God and let God "Take me with you." he pleaded ously quiet. With increasing tempo, she demolished C0tV1t Bor.

"ill In the checks for whatever feverishly. "I haven't decided. Maybe we'll plates, ashtrays, clocks a NttNata y Me CAM'S

II amount He wishes for His work. I, "Now, darling go to Mexico and do some Aztec everything In the room that was @SLOn p1CtOT(81( a TrENnavfs

We talk about trusting God with "Just for a little while." There work. The point Is, are you com movable. THIS NEWSPAPER dd ?

I our sours, but there are very few'' was a note of desperation in his ing with me ?" Then, from her throat there emanated FARM

people who trust God with their I voice. "Maybe If I could net away She nodded almost absently. "It's a harsh sob. It was follow for 1 year and

money from here for a little while quite a point Hot anger flaredin ed by another and another. 1

Kay kissed him lightly and start- her eyes. "Maybe I'm wrong "Here comes the Bride," she

1 Money Is the acid test. As pres- ed for the door. "You didn't like but I think it's about as selfish a sang hysterically, "here comes the 3 Big Magazines THIS

( "lent of the Bob Jones College the spinach either the first time you point as I've ever come across. Bride, da, da da-da." NEWSPAPER l

writer is In the midst of a campaign ate It." You're asking me to give up everything Helplessly, openly, she allowedthe for one full yean 9, I II j

to raise $::10,000.00 for an au- "I still don't like spinach Terry my friends, all my posses teams to flow over. They

\ ditorium which Is necessary, fora said despairingly. sions and come to a fly-Infested poured out at flood-tide down her I And 4 Big Magazines

gymnasium, and for new dining She blew him a kiss. "But it's village and watch you dig up cheeks, as she slowly crumpled to 9

room and dormitory accommo- good for you statues." the floor. "

, la' ins which are greatly needed. i She stood before her full length Terry took an appalled backward At eleven-thirty the next morn- I Maculnelrom Group; 3 M.ulnulrom Group B; fiattl

Only a small percentage of the I mirror that night while her maid step at the naked cruelty of her Ing Kay was lying in her bed, nib .

$:\0.000.00\ has been raised but the made some last minute adjust words. "That's not quite bling on some toast, her. eyes glaz-

writer has been greatly Impressedby ments on the gleaming white sat "Let me finish," Kay said vehemently ed over in dreary Introspection.She Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom
because I have turned to the door and smiled
the in wedding gown. "Simply -
large number of contributions -
which have come in from Bentley smiled approvingly. "A the terrific gall to force you\ Into a wanly as her father tip-toed into This List I.1.do..Magadas C ad..eTbYti ke...,.Na.

Gars plain, poor people. Most of very tasty dish. And can you possibly three million dollar settlement anda the room. 'Tu. heir. I ye lids H.... a G.n.. 1 6:. 0 I 2 A.wirae:_ : : .d.
11 the money raised has been contrib- feel as happyas you look ?" vice-presidency of Gage and "If all right I'm awake," she ...., N. Qa..... .1 ,.- 1.111101I11.,01.:.. : 6. 0 DIIIJ.h Niqrybw. 1..

uted in amounts of ten dollars, : A radiant aura 'seemed to"surround Bentley you're being stifled!" said. I. Ti.wse Cbrl.e..0.w N -.Id : =: yarn. ":01.1.; ; : 1x1 0 YIoe yqa I11'-J..w4/, J"J"

live dollars and her. "I started off by Just She wrenched herself out of her It was a superfluous statementof Hoao.oIl..w.qal.. _I T.w 0 M..-.. .... (fW ..IIIWI) I" Lma"i'... ""IBJr.: 1" fJi
one dollar, even she shadowed circles H..... (fee M.ib.w-1 r- 0 .. ..1.... 1r Bo: ,.. I ,
In happy she said as removed chair. "You haven't got claus- fact, for the i:uooClei 11"
being .
.
.
smaller amounts. "Here Is a Maq.. 0 uUEIWM S" ....1-.1M..t. :" .
If dollar from a woman who has the gown and slipped into a I trophobia. You're Just plain nuts." beneath her eyes betrayed the C//...... 1 jw [] M (acv-) ". Ae. I'M', ,."N 1..

very little negligee. "That was days ago. Now "There's someone at the door," sleepless night she had spent H..dtaft I ,.. t 0 oqm Rota ,: .. ? Nsi 0I, M J.. I
but who for I lied -2 ..,. M.yrln. pule. 1 1Peiwb'
prays your Op.a CI.y.) Inch' 1r / .
to be like Buddhism, or ventured "I. "Feel all right ?" Bentley asked 0 Yly) /bent 1.4.. Rab : J"
[ Work and who Is trusting God It's gotten Bentley timidly. Ma"".._ -I _. 0 Fable/N" (WI' 1 r N .skl/ I"

that when her little children 'growup being a Mason. Her white throat I think it's Grove solicitously. Ptcl."od Paihe.d.r a.oI"(w.UIT) ..1 I ,pest.., 0 Patald Ika'tariM. / 1" awrlia./Near llry. 1"

she may have enough money tosend arched back into bubbling laughter."I'm "All right then," Terry burst "Sure. Fine." "..'_1.. Far.... -2 piers QRo.sleekriw Aaaret look 1" h.lbyrr/hn' :/ 1" ,

them to Christian college In the twenty-third degree of out, "I'm nuts, crazy, loony, what He nodded contentedly "You 1jar 0 tcn.' .n.I.! ... .. I"lYr, 0Loseiawlr.w, rr6omheis
your .
." That is what one woman happlnes hot and cold running you want. But there I am! I tried know" he began cautiously, "maybe A.\CUllurlol _I Tssr 0 0 A.akrnfreltlrarH I lye IIe0r/lhartAgrbY11wb1.' ,. 1 ]1w wWoman's

wrote and there chills and a general feeling of sitting behind a desk. I tried telling: It's Just as well this happenedKay. Tru. Csaxoa.. IYwr .".I 2,It W"Ilt'. Wo taste, I .
wall no name sign- Wsrld J tsar gllwjfuaJaxn rld' ?
"d 'o it. being under an anaesthetic." I myself all the things I could do Now you can start all over 3 rot g C.tf, ,., RMrw I ]n i
it d
the h. !
was not the size of .NI''T/-Chilit 0.0 of, fellewiegnm' Tnpnsh. a 1" .
gift' which made the anonymous Bentley smiled woefully. "It's goIng with three million dollars but itdidn't again and live your own kind of ., 'T,... Story tI yoe wuh. 0./1./ n. fua n 0 So.th.m AlibullaHl I Lr.ryidY'I halby Mia 1"1" i

letter to be mighty lonely without work. I can't do a thing life." n,1wa.dl,51Mod. '.
Interesting. It was the spirIt ., M".h.nt. g Ja1y... .
"
m the heart of a woman. God with all that money. I can have "Yes, she assented listlessly Ameti. Obi I y.., ;

has scattered around In America this world's goods but who have things done but that Isn't what I "Tell you what we'll do," he said D.II..t., I I y.., I I

many noble souls. Many of them hearts big enough to make a dwelling want! What I want Is to be In with bright epthuslasm, "we'll go Cwl.... J Tsar1'by.lesi Tear

are poor and lowly but they know place for God's Spirit. This Naxos Just plain digging." away on the yacht: again for a long GENTLEMEN. I Lad ,.. S .._ P1.... S.nd M. ;
.A. : i
how to pray and their hearts answer crowd of plain average people Kay clenched her fists savagely trip. a OUer No. I Q Otter N*. 2 0 Otter No. :3 D Otter No. 4
to who to Jesus "Well.' I don't want to be In Naxos "That would b e nice I guess.
came
the good things when they were the ones I em cbecklatr lb. megetlne deelied with .
a year's iubeeriplea
I want "Sure It willWe'll take a lot
to stay
hear them. two thousand Just plain digging
They have ears to for hia blessings lea lo your p per.
hear and hearts to understand. years ago. God bless all of the where I am. I'm not asking you of people along too. You know, N !

Jesus every-day true- to give up anything. I'm askingyou your own crowd. The kind that
said "Not many of the plain, average, Kerne, .
prominent people are called." He I blue, noble, consecrated Christian to compromise to the extentof really know how to play." He was q

did not say, "Not any" There taan people in America and hi the wide wearing clean shirts and walk- watching her covertly. .
"Oh do that weU Itr..1 or JLF.D-
occasional outstanding, world. God bless the few prominent ing on pavements. they enough,
prominent
Influential big business men "I don't see It that way at all!" she said with languid sarcasm. e
man who la prosperous
OUII. The writer knows Just a genT few. who are big enough to make a Terry was shouting, not In anger She saw him start "What's the Town end Slate. .

of But People he knows who- have literally very thousands little of 'i great in their fortune hearts and for still God.have room but a man with who the desperate fights for Intensity his very of matter He smiled?" feebly "For a second . . . >a 4


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FGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.' STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRU.\ I

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished THAT matter NEEDED of vital Importance MARKETA for r- Fuller's LOftJDA 4f.GMLIG44TSm.tt... /ENNfRf iir9A
hit .*. v ?JS tx ..,erea
Bradtord County was upon
1877 Monday when the establishment of Florida Letter

a marketing center again came up WEEKLY FINANCIAL NEWS
MEMBER ss at the Business
for discussion
OF TIlE STATE
,JFLORIHPRESS ASSOCIATION Men's Club, I..-
For the past two or three years "
1935 this matter has been talked about. TUSKS-The trite expression "A
t, .. .. .ou.va..td 'J.ecuda ..' Everybody: agrees that such a mar- law with teeth' in 'It" Is too weakto

.._ ._ ket would be a fine thing, but that express the situation in quiet
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Is about as far aa It get. little Crestvlew in West Florida's

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida However, the appointment Mon- county of Okaloosa. An earnest k '
%
council with '
: struggling delinquent
of committee to
L.____ __n_ _" __ .___ __ __ .. ._' day a investigate taxes haa two \
the operation of such a market at passed ordinances
E. L. Matthews__ ___.. __________Editor and Owner Sanford looks aa If Starke means One adds a monthly penalty of a
.. business and la going to make a dollar on each user of city water
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SUBSCRIPTION KATE real effort toward the establishment living on a property with taxes
of a center here. three months or more delinquent,
n,.' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Commissioner of Agriculture The second provides that all rents

Advertising Hates on Application Nathan Mayo, in a recent report, due private citizens for use of
.. .. ------- said that the success of the Sanford property on which taxes are delin-
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market during its first season quent three months or more shall
The Itch for money usually lasts longer than seven years. of operation "exceeded our be paid to the city until taxes are I

-- ---- most sanguine expectations In paid.ADDING
it has INSULT- While state f L/FED OVER OHE Ni'vo
what accomplished ,
Stop at the library and take good book home to read p
a '
On the morning of January 15, realtors organize for broadeningof w 'yap' YEARS BEiGREsZ8i4'
tonight. 1935, the market was opened for homestead exemption and put A MOWG P'C7ZICE
business with only seventeen stalls across an over-all tax limitation, Y"rt/
operating. The December freeze Pensacola calmly adds insult to Injury y! 1 Fkt- -'- cM'elvv wn ,,
who sends in be "' i y .d r ry
a Anybody a year's subscription can our had killed the greater portion of by slapping- two per cent C v'-i i Je ; ti' v

Valentine. the Florida crops and available sales tax on real estate transactions -, ;c i' 'rttFa'. ';y ,6q"FV.K r4.u {1: t>u;
o produce was exceedingly light. The in addition to'a fairly stiff W,, / ,
demand consequently exceeded the ad valorem. pen iicola is having 'D
Headline: "Knox Fears Dictatorship. Not too scared to I
supply. Farmers who had been bond troubles but meeting them
talk,, however practically frozen out were reluctant with determined West Florida'forehandedness -
0- to gamble with what few commodities In spite of a seven Mw s, //AS mE t4E sr oJeNAL

Mickey Mouse has been declared to be "art." If this they had left. They were y-flve: per"' cent Ad'Valorem collection ''J w 3 u /G/NG STAT/ON
reluctant to try something new and a balance of $400,000 In
1 doesn't ruin his popularity nothing will. and it was only with the utmost cash and a sinking fund of nearly

o I persuasion that they were prevailed 500,000; against a' debt of $2,881- ,; t a r .
:
:j1
_ The political pot is beginning to boil, but things won't upon by the manager of the Sanford -I II 000 city adds four sales taxes including :
_ I market to bring what little the double tax on real es-
really get hot until the candidates begin to bubble too. I they had to the market for sale. ate. The one' on cigarettes Isn't s s,,
0" Truck buyers also were not com working so well.

If Mother Nature is so smart why doesn't she put that ing In for fear they could not geta Although all candidates for governor x
load. The dealers are shying from the
independent
shine on your shoes instead of on the seat of your pants0 ? and handlers were only lukewarmin sales tax: there Is no away doubt, even at C l ., : //j tC I

their cooperation for fear the this early stage, that determined ( t: -"

Arthur Brisbane thinks that radio power will i some day market would run them out of bus- tight of realtors for real estate tax .
i' iness. It wall a trying time. relief, schools for money from established kody,
be used to kill insects. We can think of several programs that
The occupants of the seventeen sources, DuPont group
might turn the trick. stalls certainly exhibited a pioneer tax revision demands, renewed organization -

0 spirit during the week of January of independent merchants -
14 to 19. At the close of businesson sick at failure of their chain
A cable from the front that Italians have lost
says more Saturday night January 19, a store law to kill chains, are all going -
men in motor accidents than in combat. And still they wantto total of only $5,000 worth of goods to unite to make sales tax and

civilize the Ethiopians I had been sold. chain store tax the hot spot on taxation .tf' yN '
5 On Saturday night February 16, matters In forthcoming elections .
o one month later, by hard work and and the following session ot MRS. MARTHA WEEKS;:-108 yeai-old Florf-) long life been out of the state of Florida. One
The Fort Myers News-Press sums it this : A the for health and long life is that she
up way couple much persuasion, fifty-two stalls legislature. dian and member of St. Petersburg's famous of her rules
of Republicans Landon the New Deal with Knox but you were operating and at the close of I TEMPO QUICKENS Meanwhile Three-Quarter Century' Club, had never been' to "never stands when she can sit and never lib!
business that night the total sales the tempo'' quickens throughout down",
lie
can't Talmadge about it yet theatre until after he had reached a hundred when she can
since the opening date had reached the business, economic and political a of the ICING STATION at San
The platform
p_.. $74,750 Things were much l life of the state as unpresl years of age l For over ninety years she has 52 cars. During the shipping

Shirley Temple has already gone in for endorsing autos brighter. dented number of tourists flow Into lived on her 21 acre farm near LithU, Florida, ford accommodates 100,000 tons of Ice.are used
mobiles. Thank Heavens it will be several before the On March 16, stall rentals had state and money tide gets back not far from Tampa. She imoVes a pipe, esa season approximately -
years reached a total of seventy-two and near 1929. levels, Private enter- .... wrl without glasses and has never in heir in car refrigeration.
cigarette companies can get her!Io sales had risen to the surprisingtotal prise and courage Is actually be-

of $259,750. The market was ginning to take the play
away COMMISSIONERS
t. TO DISCUSS sldered later. counties, Wednesday, February tin
You hear a lot today about "floating universities." We going good On June 30, Just twen- from public Alphabet money, Here PENSIONS; SURVEY AGED An invitation was received from Green Cove Springs, Florida at I
ty-four weeks after the market op- are a few Instances: Roosevelt hotel -
gather from modern novels that even those situated far inland ened, cash soles from the platformhad 15-story unfinished skeleton of (Continued -From Page One) Hon. L. T Ivey Clerk of Circuit which meeting the acreage Tu|

could qualify under this heading. reached a total of $518,623. Miami boom day!!!, passes into private Wilkes was raised to $350 per Court for Clay County, for a delegation problem will be discussed Tie!!

o Although much of the pioneeringwork hands to be' finished. Palm month.C. of Board members and Board requested Tax Assessor N, j

Some papers are using statements by veterans on "how along this line has already Beach syndicate ,buys Everglades E. Johns and J. E. Wilson, asa County officials to meet with similar D. Wainwright and Clerk A. 1,
been done Sanford and Club out of bankruptcy and
by many plansto
committee from the Starke Bus-
I delegations from adjoining Thomas to attend the
I'll spend my bonus. In lots of cases that might be changedto mistakes,can be avoided by study restore it to Its Once proud social Iness Men's Club stated that the meeting
read "how I've already spent my bonus." ing ita methods In establishing a leadership. ,J"r.ce $450,000 Bradford County sign on I State -------
o market center, we cannot hope to Dixie Waleabilt bfaoni; time.hotel of Road No. 13 near Highland, was! in
begin such an enterprise here Lake Wales, passes for $75,000 Into need of repairs and that in Its
Our geography tells:' us that the Great Lakes hold half without encountering difficulties. hands of experienced hotel chain present condition that It was dan-

the fresh water on earth. We know one or two fellows who The thing to do right now is getit ,operators.. Original cost the usual gerous to traffic passing under it, HALL'SGROCERY
started and work the troublesome boom time "million." Interocean Whereupon the Board
appointed
are trying to do the same thing with hard liquor.
details out as they arise We City, ghost town:, and one of the Commissioner Mallory Thomas to
0-- already have a building; our business most fantastic hang-overs from the have the wook work torn down,
Hint to young boys: The next time mother tries to per- men realize the necessity for 925 fever, is given to the West plans for replacement to be con-
such a market, most of our farm Virginia training:school, and may
suade you to take a bath tell her about that in the
man
paper substantial
ers seem eager for It--then let'shave at last serve a useful purpose. Located gain in six months
the other day who slipped up in a tub and drowned. it! six miles south of Klsslm- January bond prices moved up an

0----- mee San Juan Hotel, of Orlando, aggrelate of ].29 points for an average
\ INCORPORATE THE FESTIVALThe one of the landmarks of Florida re- of 62.72. Our original list NEW LOCATION IN HALL'S BARBECUE BUILDING
A postman in a Kansas town delivers mail in
,, the city'sdiscarded built and of sixty-three political units be-
in
fate of Bradford County's enlarged the boom. NE.\R SEABOARD STATION
hearse. What could be more appropriate around annual Strawberry Festival is up I I After a ten year struggle with ginning with this month is divided

4 the first of the month when he has a lot of bills to deliver? to the people. The American Le money and bond troubles, pays oft into two groups; one on a price
't gion, original sponsors of the event, through federal"*court, at par. basis, the second on a yield basis -CASH ,PRICES-
., 0 are giving it up and the only wayIn Bonds total $300,000. A famous In the price group this month are _
We only hope they don't make the Florida exhibit in New i which it can be saved Is by the estate changes hands at Palm fifty-six bonds and their gain 1 Is PORK & BEANS 11-oz. 4c
York so realistic that our northern friends will be content to formation of a non-profit corpora- Beach, Miami Beach houses sell rapidly based on comparison with the same ____ _

spend their time in Radio City instead of coming on down to tion composed of twenty-five for and whole lower east coast fifty-six for December 24 Lbs. FLOUR
ward-looking citizens ferments with reviving life in real The seven honorbonds on yield (Fully Guaranteed)
the real thinjr. The Telegraph at first expressed I estate. basis had an unweighted average
o itself as being In favor of a I O. Frank Croissant' big shot developer at the same month end of 4.46 percent Self-Rising __ _________ ___ 70c
Just "home talent" Festival with onlya of that section in boom Jacksonville'kept its posi-
suppose some candidate should come out on an anti- few imported rides and other at days, returns from a voluntary tion proudly at the top with 3.4 Best Grade White BACON, Lb. 17c
Townsend Plan Platform?Callahan News. One did ; and the tractions to lend the necessary color sojourn In Spain to announce that per cent and Gainesville last with

(. earthquake we expected to accompany the announcement and music to attract crowds to he will turn the heat on again next 520: per cent. Comparing these POTATOES, Irish 10 Lbs. No. 2 12c
didn't materialize after all. the grounds. However, we have falLSarasota yields with non-Florida's of tho ,
been Informed by those who know starts 5-story buildIng same soundness points sharply the
0 more than we do about the stagingof first In ten years. Orlando extent with "sentiment" Is a fac- MEAL 10 Lbs. ___ ___ __ 20c
It is said that Turkish women do not know their !husbands an event of this kind that a gets a big auto battery factory, tor in even supposedly cold blood
"home talent" Festival is next to Lake Wales starts a brick plant: ed bond buylngs. Undoubtedly the SALT Lb.
until V/z
after they are married. Too many wives find 2 Pkgs. for __ _. 5c
Flagler Beach a potato careful
Impossible for the reason that processing buyer can average a higher
they don't really know their husbands until they set a cup of there are no available funds with and a barrel factory; Western Un- income on sound Florida's than on
weak coffee In front of him. which to operate and purchase ion nears completion of enormously many another state's public obliga Ga. Pure CANE SYRUP Gal. 45c
o necessary equipment. increased facilities between Tam tions.

Senator Hodges worked for homestead exemption and But why quibble? If we can't pa and Portsmouth, Va. New And in considering the low price SUGAR 5 Lbs. _ __ __ 23c
have the kind of Festival we want, Smyrna reports a labor shortage, group It is as equally true that -
c, has dubbed himself "Homestead Bill." Wonder if any Congressional then well take what we can get PUBLIC MONEY- Authorizedor yearning for a higher yield is tim Best
Compound LARD ,
1' candidates who labored for payment of the bonus and be glad of It. But by all contracted enterprises--$2,362- idly driving many an investment 2 Lbs. 25c
means-let's have celebration ol 102 addition to Pensacola air base,
a dollar into
a
will want themselves known "Bonus Bill"? speculative field.
as some sort. Don't let our claimto $1,800,000 barracks and beds for RICE Extra Fancy 5 Lbs. 23c
Escambia. Broward and ,
federal Sanford
0 state-wide fame die just aa other hospital at St. Petersburg,
j The Miusky brothers, New York burlesque kings, went sections are beginning to blossom $1,000,000 of buildings at state month.recorded Of the the only losses of the TOMATOES
t, out more and more with fairs.Ju colleges, asylums: prisons; $100- thirty-two units (Standard) ____ 6c
, into show business because of a slump in the dry goods in- buses and other attractions. 000 building at Southern College; that moved up during the month
: ,. dustry. The dry goods market will never revive if it has 76 miscellaneous small Lake with six and Bartow and MUSTARD
'; .-" It Is possible that incorporation public public Vero with five point. Qt. Jar ____ __ tOe
.. to depend on the costumes worn by the Minsky girls. I of the Festival will be the beat works In twenty-seven counties; the headliners. each were
i thing in the long run. It seems to Road 26, Important artery from BUTTER
I I 0 The (Churngold) with
I be the surest way to achieve permanency Lake Okeechobee bean region to group of low priced counties -
Ocala is gloating over the fact that it will soon have more I Ft. Lauderdale two where the authorities Dessert
hid- Dish
and an event of this ; new ferries are ____ _______ _. 22c
traffic lights!! than Gainesville. That might be cause for re kind In order to become widely i for Key West. Congress la asked ing behind the Kanner bill unanimously
recognized and publicized must be for a final two millions to moved up. The list Includes -
but irked com GRITS
tourists
joic'ng tell that 10
: us you can't always judgethe permanent.It plete the $16,000,000 flood control Charlotte, Monroe and Oke- Lbs. ._ 25c
: size of a town by the number of traffic lights it has. requires twenty-five bona tide project in the glades. chobee it Is a mathematical certainty -

0- citizens of the county to sign the BANK MONEY-The 106 State that as these counties ig CREAM Nestles, 3 Sm. lOc; 3 Lg 20c

When reporters questioned her recently in relation to ASmith's I articles of incorporation. We banks report 1935 deposits reached nore Interest coupons but continue
can't believe that there will be any $68.386,930 gain of more than to pour gasoline funds Into buying APPLE BUTTER 15c
Jar
speech, Mrs. Roosevelt answered a series of questionswith trouble In finding these twenty- eight millions over the 1934 totalof the cheapest bonds with coupons Qt., __ _

"yes" and "no". We have no official information, but five. $60,169,206 and showing a attached, the day will come when

we rather think Mrs. Roosevelt hung up some sort of record uFoiIT : --- steady upward climb from the $ 1168,9. ,- the remaining bonds will become STRINGLESS BEANS, No. 2 3 for 25Jj
I ( () FOB LAZYBONES: ." of 1933. rather convenient and valuable
for member of her
; a sex. Those. of. us who have a born BONDS--Recording the most pieces of paper to have lying MATCHES, Strike Anywhere 2 for I5c
a KnacK for laziness and an almost I around in the meantime no Jn-

i' This from the Taylor County News: "Do hope that the In unlimited the capacity for lying abed every morning for years and nev- terest. SODA CRACKERS, Lb. Pkg. 10c
strawberry growers and shippers will soon supply the larger mornings may find a slight I er accomplished a thing worth a

markets with this luscious fruit so that home folks.will havea degree In the following of justification statement for our by Wilson vice hoot"The smartest minds I have en- NOTICE EXAMINATION( OF TEACIIERS Mixed VEGETABLES, No. 2 3 for"25c

chance to purchase some without having to mortgage the Ulzner:
countered were Persons
associated with desiring to take Teach-
: .' Ford At the present price they are beyond the reach of the with"I have those never had any patience the theatre and the newspapers er8' Examination will report at the DAIRY FEED 24 Pct. Protein .$2.00TlAHTGROCERY

majority of the people who can only look and wish." Well, la some people who think there staying up until all hours and get- Court House In Starke, Fla. Thursday -
intangible virtue in get ting up when rested without Feb. 6 at 8
if you'll give us little cooperation and reference q'clock and have
a keep Jack Frost con ting up early in the morning. I've to the time." paper pens and In*' for
1 fined over in Taylor County for a couple of weeks we'll see known too many of these exasperating Thanks, Mr. Miner. Just wait taking same. necessary

x what we can do. hand rubbers who have ar- until we get hold of that alarm A. J.
GRIFFIS
ft rived at their offices at 7:30: o'clock I clock tomorrow morning 31-2t Supt.

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