Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02528
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'. >OLL SHOWS From Bonus Automobiles To Be Spent To For Mortgages Everything B. H. S. WINS SCHOOL EDITIONTHIS BUS DRIVERS COTTON SEEDPURCHASED


IERRYFESTIVAI About one hundred veterans--ford County.We I SECOND PLACE B. H. STAFF S. JOURNAL MUST FLAG

have filed applications for the approached and asked some

bonus, it was learned from A. J. of the veterans what they were go- This paper la being edited by the

Thomas, head of the local post of Ing to do with their share of the staff of the Bradford High School
lOT the American Legion. This will bonus when they received it. Journal. The names of the staff

mean that a large sum of money Leon A. Gray, principal of the will be found elsewhere on this

in baby bonds will come to Brad- local high school, tells us that he -

, \ Persons ford County, most of which will Is going to finish paying for his Dutch Scene By Eddie page.We urge you, at you read the pn Hoard Saf/s failure To Dyer Calls Meeting

be cashed on or soon after the home. per not to judge us too harshly.

Have Agreed OnIncorporation cashing date set by the Government The Rev. B. M. Montgomerystates Hartman Takes as this is the first time we have Comply Will Mean 1 At Court House

June 15, 1933. that he Is going to purchasea Honor ever edited an entire newspaper. DismissalPETITION Saturday

Each veteran averages a bonusof new car.Judge We hope you like it.

51,000 and, as most of the vet- E. K. Perryman said that We wish to take this opportunity
IIIL I5E D IS C U S S ElY erans have borrowed the half per- he was going to "keep it until he CLEVER WOOl WORK HY to thank Mr. Matthews, owner and C I R CULATEDTO CIN TO HE ESTAIIMSIIEDIF

BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB mitted by the Government, each spent It." STUDENT IS P R A I SE1J I editor of the Telegraph, for giving END DISTRICT NO 14 PLANTINGS WARRANT

veteran will receive only about Another prominent veteran says I us this wonderful opportunity to -
morning a high The exhibit of the Bradford All drivers of school buses have Plans for the revival of the
ThurwU.V $500 less an average of $10 each he Is going to pay off the mort- do "something big" and gain very
put the following County High School won second, I been notified by the School Board Sea Island cotton Industry In
hool l reporter for interest. gage on his home. valuable experience. We appreciate -
in the that they must flag all railroad Bradford County will take definite
first twenty prize county class of school
the perM
H-frtlon to The bonus, which will be paid in N. D. Wainwright, Jr., lets us this opportunity and out
the street "Do exhibits at the Florida State Fail crossings Intersections and crossing shape Saturday afternoon at 1
I s he met on : baby bonds, will be sent the applicants -: know that he Is going to apply it I school welcomes the percentage of;
Eoa Bradford County now being held in Tampa.The of all stato highways. and that o'clock when all farmers who have
think as rapidly as they can be' on his debts "as far as it'll go." the ud sales which it is receiving.
failure to do will be considered filed application for seed with L.
Fe.tl- exhibit itself won first prize so
uld have. a Strawberry printed and mailed. Most of the W. A. Bessent, Jr., said he was In the future w! shall take pleasure -
Fifteen answered "no"five for being the best work done by sufficient cause for cancellation of T, Dyer, Union County farm agent,
aW' veterans receiving bonuses will just going to "spend it quick. in looking back upon the
thonowtloned contracts.At are asked to meet at the court
iid ; "jenj Among probably cash them as soon as possible J. H Benson Informed us that anyone person. good time we have had In Issuing;
The credit for these Is the regular meeting last house.
fanners, shop- winnings
!, were putting a possible total of he was going to keep the bonds to this paper.
due entirely to Eddie Hartman, week the board was asked to delay Purchase of 150 bushels of seed
peru i anil storekeepers. $49,000 Into circulation In Brad- get the benefit of the Interest. (Signed)
the of schools un- has already been consummated
the sixteen year old son of Albert cpenlng county
The Staff of the B. H. S.
he has the til the week in In order with funds advanced the
Although necessary 1 Hartman, of this city. third July by County

.>enty-five signatures to the ar I i I The exhibit was composed of a Journal.. i that teachers might have an oppor- Commissioners, the City Council
idea' of incorporation of Bradrd WALL NAMES BERRY CROP model Dutch Windmill, .worked by -- : tunity to attend summer school and by private subscription. These

County's Strawberry Festl- ; : and Improve their certificates and seed will be sold to farmers here
an electric!: motor, beautifully made W.OAISDEN\
il.I R F Demorest said this week RegistrationSUPERVISORS Outlook Good II of wood and painted realistically; I ability to teach. The board agreedto at about $1.75 per bushel and tho

at he hesitated to go forward a covered wagon made true to try to make satisfactory Arrangements money repaid to tho contributing

ith his plans unless convinced scale and made of wood, oxen and County Jailor with teachers desiringto parties.
at It Is the wishes of the com- attend summer school. There Is great Interest locally in
SAYS SHIPPERHEAVY all; a Napoleonic Coach beautifully I
unity.. It t is likely that the matr carved of wood ana. ,last but not The following men were appointed the planting of this crop this sea

will come up for discussion ate DIES SUNDAY as trustees for the Brooker Junior son und Mr. Dyer has already received
least a scale model log cabin, true
Business Men's Club :Monday.When to life in all detail The whole High School: W. D. Webb, B. application from, Bradford

the American Legion Post HOOKS WILL. BE OPENIN .RAINS WILL exhibit was arranged on a Dutch F. Hazen and C. J. Crews.A growers for 220 bushels. The seeds

elded not to sponsor the eventis DISTRICTS ONMARCH MEAN INCREASED PRODUCTION landscape scene. On top of a hill -- YEAR petition requesting that consolidated that are being brought here this

year Mr. Demorest made the 2 OF FRUIT WAS SIXTY-THREE District No. 14 be abol- week were obtained through the
sat the windmill. On a winding
)iiinds with the articles of Incor- mill the A RESIDENT OFSTARKE ished wall received and ordered filed efforts of the Cotton Seed Committee
road leading to the was
)iration and secured twentyfivejners H. C. Wall, Bradford County's The Bradford County strawberry I'' coach and covered wagon, while to ; I until It could be checked against whose members are Carl

from all classes of busies supervisor of registration, has crop this year, has a bright out I the list of qualified voters in this Johns, II. c. Wall and J. B. Alexander -

and professional men and in just named his deputy supervisorswho look, says H. L. Brownlee, one of one side sat the log cabin. Figuresof W. W. Balsden, for many years I district. If found that the petition working with a committee
Dutch and girls were set at
boys Starke
will in the the county's leading shippers. a prominent resident of I from the Business
fferent towns in the county. If serve eight county and with contained twenty-five per cent Men's Club.
Intervals over the scene,
home here
died at his Sunday
ie Festival Is Incorporated the at- precincts until the books are mov- "Though the acreage plantedthis of trees and of the qualified electors, and election They were purchased from a Mr.
actions brought here in connec-I ed to Mr. Wall's office here. Theyare year is less than that of last, the background morning at 7:30: o'clock. He was will be called to decide whether Stockman, at Trenton, with the
ers, the whole affair made flOW-I old and death came
on with It can operate withoutense as follows: the yield this year will be much seventy years or not the district should be approval of government officials.If .
it Is
n is said. G. W. Roberts, Lawtey; P. E. greater per acre than that of the der beautiful the exhibit picture won that first and no second -! as a result of a stroke' of paraly- abolished und the Vanderbilt, Ris- the seeds already purchasedare

Another way to promote the I Canova, N. Starke; J. W. Morgan,, previous" Mr. Brownlee further prizes In their respective fields." sis.Ho will be greatly missed In ing and and Hcilbronn districts re- not enough to supply the demand -
stated, "been use the conditions are established. It Is believed that Mr.
estiva] would be for some other S. Starke; C. B. Roberts, Graham; When Eddie heard that his exhibit : Dyer
Starke, especially at the ... .
much better. He went on to explain Can secure an additional
to it instead -- -- --- allotment
V. Jones
ganlzatlon sponsor 'I I3' Hampton; Mrs. J. P. berries have had to had won two high prizes he where he was a familiar and later.
the American Legion. Several Dickinson, Theressa; Mrs. Marion that the himself as being "very, nineteen CITIZENSHIP
expressed figure. For the past -
dies have been mentioned as pos- 1 I Sapp, New River; G. B. (Colson,, face very dry conditions for the very pleased." And he has a right I, he had served as Jailer Growers who had Sea Island cot.
'I and the rain I years BEING TAUGHT
ble sponsors, but none has def- Brooker. past three years we ton last year in other parts of the
handiwork overtopped
be for his
to at the county jail and also as dep- I
that it would like I I have been having this year, together state received
itely signified The books will be open In the that of seven thousand oth- sheriff. a good price for it,
assume the responsibility. I districts from March 2 through with careful cultivation, will ers! uty Baiader CLASSES HELD tINDER: about twenty-five cents a poundfor

Meanwhile the discussion, 'I produce more berries of a more superior William Washington DIRECTION OF lint, and indications
< prod April 6, and will be open in Mr -+-- ---- I I was born March 25 1866 in San- are that
con, goes on over the disputed I Wall's office from April 7 through quality than those of the derson and moved to Starko In WPA this type of cotton will be used
ne/lta-of"tha.onaua-iebraUoa1 rH'Dot''berecPSSIt1'Y pant three years. LIBRARY I I more and more In the future
1873. In 1891)) he was married to The PWA hits Blurted a statewide -
|re. One" resident, and he didn't for those who were registered and' Thirty cars of berries were shipped RECEIVES BOOKS : Ada Lena Denmark, who died project of teaching citizenship W L. Wall has, stated that he

tiind as If he were Joking, has voted in the last General Election list year and as many more will recondition his gin here and
trucked out of the county. It I about a year ago. Textbooks by the govern-I
reatened Injunction proceedings to register again this year. Poll were 286 BOOKS ARE GIFT OF Ballii have It ready fOt' operation next
this Survivors are a sun, ment will be used and all peopleover I
> the Festival from :1 not later than Is expected to ship as many n'liHon If planting warrant It.
prevent open- taxes must be paid
Lake sixteen of
the is i den of City; a daughter years age are urged 1
1 even though acreage
I 16.The year Growers who buy the seed must
May LIBRARY Jessie Mae Blakely, Starke; three to, take tho course. I
-- June less. sign an agreement to plant them
first primary will be
i I I brothers, John H. Balsilcn. Kenans- Starke :
school In
RADFORD; TEAMS 2 and the second primary June' "If we have no more freezes this ,' The Starke Public Library has I! ville George W. Balsden, Starke,, The citizenship In an Isolated place at least a mile
: 1 : will be held ,
In' Monday
23. Polls will open at 8 a. m. and year, berries will be coming in again received two hundred books Paul Balsden Starke and Tut'aday,1 from any cotton except that plan -
and ;
LOSE GAMES I close at sundown. The United quantities by the tenth of March" from the Free Public Library 01''I Wednesday Thursdaylnd Friday eel from the name kind of seed.
four sisters, Misses Addle and Rosa
I States Weather Bureau will fix the Mr. Brcwnlee said, "If we can getas Newark, New Jersey, as a gift. Mrs. Lettie Sill- nights at the school houMe and Enthusiasm!: here Is at a high
| LOCALS TWICEBY Balsden, Starke; Fred A. Scott will teach the course
DEFEATED I official time of sundown. good a price this year as we did Mrs. H. H. Young librarian, said. pitch: over Bradford's proposed reentry -
Alice Jones
Starke and Mrs. ,,
ALACHUA HIGHTUESDAY Candidates for office must pay : last year, it will be all right as the The new books, which make a Jacksonville ley, ; The course, which alms to pro- into the cotton industry, amit

I their qualifying fees! and file puce last year was good but there total of one thousand seven hun Funeral services were held Mon- mote better citizenship everywhere Is expected that a large number

The their oaths by May 2. They must were no berries of quality to speakof. dred and eleven books In the local began last Monday at 7:30p. : of farmers will attend the meetIng -
girls and boys' basketball afternoon at 3 o'clock from
I clay at the Court House but was
I and m. nt the court
three one-
make their first report on campaign library, cost only Saturday
ims ot Bradford High School the Christian Church with the Rev. later changed lo the school houne .
I I between May 3 and Word comes from Plant City, half cents each and that was for *
'Iyed hosi of Alachua High expenses I I.T. B Dixon, of Jacksonville, con- There are no charges nfl .
( losi I both games. The boysth l twetn May 21 and May 25, and ginning to get into full swing, that Among the boults are some of i, Lake Cemetery under the direction

a scDre' of 29-3 and the girls the third statement, together with the crop has been hard hit by the tho following well-known titles: of DeWItt C. Jones Miss Hope HayncH, County Su- NOW OPEN

,8. I'I I a list of political workers, between recent rains. However, in spite of "Sons" by Pearl S. Buck, "The I Active pall> bearers were: C. A. pervlHor that of PWA short hand schools classes an- THREE! PRIZES: OFFERED:
conditions, she
The" heavier and more experienc1 June 24 and July 3. adverse weather Forge," by T.S. Sttlbling, "Strange Knight, A. J. Thomas, A. J. Grlf- nouncns FOR BIGGEST: TROUT

1 teams ot Alachua, coupled with Winning and losing candidatesmust cars were loaded out of there Mon I Interlude," by O'Nell, "Anna Ka- fis, 15. K. Perryman, O. A. Andreu will be held but twice weekly, on CAUGHTL.

.*" fact that they were on home I II comply with these laws on day. Prices were reported at renha," by Leo Tolstoy, and "The I I II and J. U. Bapp.Honorary Monday and Thursday evenings build-In
the front office of the
rrlt"rv| proved too much for our making their statements of cam- around ten cents a pint. Pit" "Brass," and "Treehaven, pall bearers were: Dr. I A. Cunova. manager of the

htei hums. especially as many : paign expenses. Shipments out of Plant City for all by Kathleen Norris. 'I VV. B. Parks, Jos. E. Wilson, W. J. Ing.MlHH Annie Mae Pearce will hold ratiova Pharmacy of this city, hast

'Ui best players were absent. I I -- -----".--- the season through last week puss- I All state library books are 1 Epperson, J. M. Mitchell. Dr. Kt: L. education and announced thut ,this" establishment

Oui n it game will be played TO APPOINT eil l two and a half million pints within the next ten days, it I Biggs, Dr. W. E. Middleton, JudgeA. classes homemaking, for general a.t Rising ami Pine I I will conduct u contest for fiaher-

re< IndaFriday: i ) afternoon I with an estimated return to grow- 'announced, as the customary( three Z. Adkins, George A. Gardiner, held I men. Prizes will be given lo tho

''h trains of Hampton. JAILER era of $338,700.28. months of the loun, are up in that I A. S. Crews, N. D. Wainwright, Sr., Level und clauses are for being cltlzen- I three fishermen entering the contest -

':'" ._ _.--- ---- and the library wishes to exchange -i by Miss Ruth Zetgler anti the
: w.t: game after the Hamp- time : D. E: Knight W. l E. Torode and O. education at Theresna. catching largest (by
'"fl -ill be with Mclrose at EPPERSON SAYS W. E. ClubThe the present fifty for fifty I L. Heaaley. hljj and general weight) fresh water black bass.
Toicnsend Another new class! at !Hampton -
._ .
The contest will
"' next Friday. others --+ -- cover a period
of the for citizenship... and general!
VACANCY regular meeting + i of nine months, extending from
-- ------- ed-I
Townsend Club will be held Monday FIRST AID ucation 13 being taught by \
robruary 14, until November 19,
FIRST FORMALANNOUNCEMENT Sheriff W. J. Epperson:: yesterday 17 7:30 Births I
night, February Sibley. I
.1)30. The first will be $15In
announced that he will appointW. court house. H. H. I COURSE It U planned to open u HI huol In I
: o'clcik, at the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterns, of fishing tackle, second prize will
E.: Thornton, former night Young, president, stated: "Every Starke, February I 5, a ,girl. I ESTABLISHED: Lawtey next week and a new I KirutiHt of $10 In fishing! tackle and

"'HERS: CONTINUE TO I' marshal, as deputy and jailer died to person who would like to see poverty Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Sullivan of I FOR FOREMENOF Hchnol! for Illlteiuto negruH will be Ihe third prl...... Is $5 in tackle
BaIsden who
succeed W. W. ,
TOSS HATS IN banished ftom our great 0, girl. WPA.A started soon
Waldo, February a Any Interested fisherman buying
Sunday.Mr. determInation With these opportunities'; and advantages I
attend with a
RING country should and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon, of nt tacklo
Mr. SLOt) or over fishing
at the present time I first aid school Car foremenwas for
Thornton to have a hand In jesloi'lng there l Is no excuse
February S. a boy. from the eater.r'lflhermen .
:'" tirut official announcementr Is employed at the State Prison peace and plenty to all ourpeople Starke. Grlffls, of completed last Tuesday by the Ignorance or illiteracy among the Pharmacy may
and Mrs. Qlyde fish must
unty office came this week : Farm. Tho appointment will be some of whom are In desperate Mr. I W. P. A. for W. P. A. district numb white or the colored population of entering!
February-jo, a girl. before the fish Is caught
:11 I < Prevatt, of Lawtey, a made effective the first of next need of financial assistance I Lawtey Howard, of I and Mrs Henry be entered within
Mr. and the fish must -
'mlof the school board, who month. the bare necessities of Union, Alachuu, and, Columbia .- .. --
-- -
to purchase JOB girl.
Starke, February thirty-six hours after catching.
malting known for -
his ---
-''*,-tion.'t candidacy. life." I Mr. and Mrs E. E. North, The men In charge of administering "LITTLEST REBEL" MHO the buss must be caught with
McEwen A Visitor .-- Starke February 12, a boy. a rod and reel with an artificiallure
'Ji!" understood from a reliable first aid to Injured W. P. A. SUNDAY

'Ire, that R. F. (Bob) Demorest 3. \V. McEwen, president of the Stock Men To Meet I workers will be; those competently SHOWING (this Includes pork skin.) Incase

'11' be a candidate for county tax Florida Funeral Service, who recently Charley E. Johns, president of I. trained for the past five weeks by "MARY BURNS, FUGITIVF. of u tie the longest fish wins

test"->r He could not be reached opened a home in Starke at the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's STAFFEditorInChlef W. Q. Kelney sent here from the TO SHOW THURSDAY No one may win more than one

terday for a statement. 234, Call St., wall a visitor here Association, has called a meetingof I Florida canal zone by K, D. H. AND FRIDAY prize

e C Butler, who served Brad- this week. Mr. McEwen Is well- stock owners at the court house, Reap, safety Inspector there. A similar contest wall conducted

rd County as representative in known here and has made many Saturday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. A. W. ANDERSON JR. 'I The final day of school. which( : The much talked about "Littlest last year by J. B. Carlisle, manager -

16 legislature of 1933, was in friends during his frequent visits. Among the Important business to EDITORIAL DIVISION met every Tuesday was completedthis I Rebel" with the amazing Shirley of the Bradford Hardware

''lrke this week and announced He has been a licensed funeral director be attended to is the election of week and those completingthe Temple starring will be shown at Company and first prize was won

..t he would again be a candidate and embalmer for many new officers, Mr. Johns said. A Editorial Editor course were: W. A. Colley. S. the Ritz Theatre Sunday and Mon by Archibald Johns, prominent

r the legislature in the coming years. large attendance Is urged. ALICE ROYSTER E;* Brewer, C. N. Cooper, Charles day. In the picture, Shirley Is the Bradford County fisherman.

imarles. He stated that he would Society Editors I McKinney, Isaac Hardenbrook. J. daughter[ of two southerners, John Quite a few are expected to enter -

kit formal announcement at a Ends DOROTHY WHITE ./. Truby, Marlon Hubbard, and Holes and Karen Morley. When the contest.
er date. Appeals For Funds Quail Season VIRGINIA FUGATEADVERTISING Miss Scootle Andrews, all of the Civil War broke out, Shirley' --------.--

-._ All regular subscribers to the Tomorrow is the last day for Storke; John Keen, J. W. Priester father joins the Confederate army To Lunch In Gainesville

ce Plant Christmas Seal fund, who have not quail hunters aa the state season DIVISION and Carl Ritch offtake Butler; Elmer and her mother later dies and! her Members of the Business Men'

Improvements yet sent In remittances, are askedto closes on February 15.: All hunters Manager Sidney of Thereisa; Lesley Father la later Imprisoned and con- Club; have been Invited by the Rotary -

L cement drive way on Cherry do so at once so that BradfordCounty's better "load up" and have a RAYMOND PLUMMERt Huggins, Lemar Levier and J. T. demned to death aa a spy by the Club of Gainesville to lunch

act' has been built by the Starke quota may be broughtup. last "fling" today and tomorrowfor Adkinson of Lake City; L. R. StarlIng Fedcrala. How Shirley and the next Tuesday. It la believed that

Company, Also, a cement Send your money to Mrs. J. M. It's the last chance you'll have Salesman of Lawtey; C. L. Adklnson of Faithful negro, BUI Robinson, go a large representation from the

ate-water sewer and a cement Alvarez. until next November. LOUIS DAVIS Brooker; and Sims Kirby of Wa- to see President Lincoln and obtaIn club here will accept the Invitation.

e-watr run-way haa been BILL MCMILLANBILL ertown.: I Bole's release Is very Interest- .----

It to run off waste-water from Large Egg PLUMMER This district, number six, has the ingly and vividly shown. Aid WUh ReturnsA
engine and coolers. Pipe guards Work ProgressesWork WINFRED" HAZEN lowest percentage of accidents "Navy Wife" with Claire Trevor -

v'e" been< built around the more on the new Methodist Sun- Ernest Byrd, Janitor at the courthouse Circulation Manager among workers of any of the and Ralph Bellamy will be on deputy collector of Internal

leeroua belts and machinery to day School rooms I is being rapidly brought an exceptionallylarge office LOUIS DAVIS twelve districts In Florida.It Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday revenue will be la the old ISrad-

teet anyone from being caught done The foundations have been egg Into the Telegraph was through the auspices of and F'rtday""MaI'Y Burns, ford County Bank building here on

mjured. _They are also repair- made and the floor beams are partly last week and left it so that all Typing Manager the W. P. A. here that twenty men Fugitive" with//.'Sylvia Sidney, February 25.: ; to assist taxpayers Inthe
the bOdies the company's I completed. If isr'expected to can see It who are Interested. l MRS. BRYANT BEASLEY I from this district were lent to Melvin Douglas and Alan Bazter preparation of their Income tax
trucks, A. E. Wall, Jr., mana- dedicate the new' building In the egg was laid by a small white Leg- I I work on the canal this week. will b. presented. returns for 1935.
'a d. first part of next June. horn hen, Byrd .

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Mr. and MM. W. HAMPTON
';" i SAXTON son were visiting MI.. Lads Mae Lewd l Corre.CeadentChurch
: A. Tyler Saturday afternoon. Mr.. T. A. Hauler. Corre.CoadeatMiss Miss Nina Whitehead Cor.S. Miss Vera Gatney, Cor..Kpon"
f Ilr.. \V. A. TI.r Corr..eo.de.t. MI. Ads tilmiwto CowrfffomarntMiss "4t"
O. T. Nelson was a business visitor Louise Rosier; spent Fri- services were conductedat
.!\. Jordan Brantley, of Ocala spent to Starke Saturday.Ed Kathryn Weest left this day afternoon with Miss Ella Mae W. Whitehead. was visltlngrIn Dedan Church last Saturday and The seventh Clam Party
for Vero Beach, where she Starke Saturday.S. grade of ,n I,..
the week-end here with his fam- In week at the State Farm. Elder C. A. Crosby of B
Stanley spent Sunday Manning Herbertand Sunday by er Junior
J. Norman and son, High School ,
will! be the truest of relatives. Gasklns and t held :
and Mrs. Darby
l Mr. Brooker.Mr.
? Jacksonville visiting class party last
Sullivan who has J. C. Yarbrough were Friday
ily.Mr.. and Mrs. W. A. spent Mrs. Josephine children were yjaltlng B. E. Rosier and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Gra- the home night
'f Tyler Billie Hicks of Branford la visiting been the guest of her son, Cleve- in Starke Saturday. of Mrs. Leo),, s
with her Mr. and and and mother Sunday afternoon.Dr. ham, Mr. W. J. Johns, Resale and After RObe ry
: Sunday parents. In the home of Mr. Mrs. land Sullivan, of Theresa, returned W. N. Johns, Albert. Chester and various games amiwere
E. L. Biggs of Starke wasa Albert Williamsof COI1
M. C. Thomas,
lira. O. L. Brown. A. C. Sumner.N. to her home here this week. Bud Moody were 'visiting in Lake enjoyed, delicious
i:. p Mrs. W. R. Swanbom spent Saturday T. Green of Starke was a visitor The Rev. W. T. McGuire will professional! visitor to EvergreenSunday Butler Saturday afternoon. Starke spent last Sunday here manta were served the ,clue!ref:*
afternoon In Starke. of last IIlght.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. their guests .
to this section Thursday preach a the Christian Church next Everyon- repoiii.
ft Dewitt Rawlsonof
and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent last
f S an
enjoyable time.
The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Hut. week. Sunday morning and evening. Everybody -
Lake City were visiting his pa- friends and
daughter of the State Farm. week in Brooker with .
is\ invited -
his mother, Mrs. H. rents during the week-end. relatives.
were visiting The
J. P. Summers and family, who Baccalaureate ,
i I I IJ have been spending a few weeks F. Redding Sunday afternoon.Mr. George Jordan, Bud, Albert andJ. Miss Hazel Thomas spent Friday the Brooker Junior High i.-1 vicr.

J I here, left his week for Palatka, and Mrs. Clyde Griffis are C. Yarbrough, were visiting In and Saturday night at Brooker will be held at the school BrEod bO:
I I ,where they will make their future announcing the birth of a daughter, Starke Friday afternoon. with Miss Irma Stokes. Sunday afternoon. Feb 23
',, !home. born Feb. 10. Sire Griffis was for- Ixmzle Blackwelder and Harmon Clyde Kelley was transacting o'clock. Rev. C. B. Price It

'I,''. I Mrs. Thomas Dyal, has returnedto merly Miss Sybil Rosier.. Roberta were visiting here Friday business In Starke Saturday aft- of the First Baptist church>t.tc.
i 'ii, her home here after a visit night. ernoon. Starke, will give the ba "raiauL::
f with her daughter, Mrs. Retta Parker BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mr. and Mrs J. C. Yarbroughand ,' R. B. Thomas was In Starke sormon assisted by ltev P.
of High Springs. son, Lowell, were visiting in 'I Monday.S. Crosby and Rev. J. T : A '
L. OitftkliM, Correspondent Water Oak section Sunday. L. Prescott and T. D. Dyal Brooker. ,*
: ; AMM WE'RE PROUD Miss Ada Nlmmo was recently .
the guest of her niece Mrs. Ira Miss Thelma Gaskins spent the Quite a number of young folks were In Starke last Monday.Mr. -
Brown of Gainesville. week-end at Woodlawn as the attended. peanut hulling at and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield of Mr. and Mrs. H. Summeri
', \l Mrs. W. P. Birt had as recent guest of Misses Geneva Juanita the home of Green Moody, Friday this section have moved to Ala- visiting in Lake City ,mi J M1\?
wish them much
We all <
: j I I and leva Milliard. night. chua. clenny Monday.Mr. .
: OF OUR SCHOOL guests Mrs. John Surrency and success In their new home. .
of Ocala and Mrs. W. J r>
Mrs. Broughten, of Graham. Mrs. Clyde Starling Webb
Fred Shaw and Merrill Johns an
11 1:1 -. children spent last u.", ,
; : OF ITS STUDENTS spent this week here with her were in Starke Thursday, FrIday Jacksonville. 5

mother, Mrs. J. Roy( Quinn. and Saturday taking teacher's ex- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bn, ,
i ::1 tEf'i! OF THE B.H.S. JOURNAL Algie Crawford spent several amination. Sunday as the guest 1\'I11pet Of
J. W. Lewis and son, Johnnie, the
days last week In Jacksonville- daughter, Mrs. S. H. Ritch
. )\ '. \ iting friends and relatives. were in Starke Thursday.Mr. ford. of fa
t ( |
j and Mrs. C. F. and
: Bert L. Prlvltt, Clyde Starlingand Padgett O. J. Mott and Misses ,
.. j : IT IS A GOOD SCHOOL Mr. and Mrs. Moncey Thompson little daughter, Myrtle spent Sun- Mott and Mildred Morgan Mary mo R,\

t" r' f!" IN A GOOD TOWN and children of Ocala spent the day with Mrs. Padgett's parents, ed to Jacksonville Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mann.
0. 'A. ANDREUI The Rev. C. A.
: : t"" IN A GOOD COUNTY. week-end here with relatives. rrosby u
Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder and Mrs Miss Hazel Thomas and Miss family attended church service
', 1 in Corinth Sunday.
: .' Dora Crawford spent Monday Irma Stokes spent Saturday
1 i} IT, TIllS ISSUE OF THE night near Lawtey as the guest of Gainesville.A Mrs. W, A. Brown and r
I," I J Mrs. J. C. DIxon. i Junior, and Mr. and Mrs H
,. new headlight bulb just Introduced mers were visiting the. forme
,j \ MENT AS A CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFOF is said to improve visibil-! sister, Mrs. R. H. Slaughter
I: I
I .- r Ity through fog or rain. Gainesville Sunday.
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( '.., 'Li' ---0--- BRADFORD COUNTY AT A LATER H. P. Gainey and .\ /, e. The site of the temple of ErosIs Vera, attended church service?i
DATE. IN THE MEANWHILE I ASK THE C.ad.O.wm.nelaaWmse believed to have been found i In Shady Grove Church near Tre
i. ton, Sunday
I :Treatment which l .. Athens.
GOOD PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTY TO = RIke.Sold Neao.cl.l lriUCELESS Miss Mary Frances ,md Ca
INFORMATIONfor Ayers of High Spring were
ip BEGIN GIVING MY CANDIDACY, FAVORABLE .a thoM Buffering from Peninsular Policies Protect iting here'Saturday.
,1/1 Jl/lCK.K'I.UUETO HYPER Rev. G. E. McGauley mil
: : CONSIDERATION. Acrnrrf-Pool Every Member ofour Family. dug
MCEIJTION. ters, Juanita and Jeanette
ACID f>YSPEP IA. Premiums Paid by Week, atta!;
I /',; SOUR.HRTT STOMACH>UHNCONSTIPAT10N CA3S1NIS Month OJ'ear- ed church services at North Pleu
: j :. BAD BKEATli.. SLEEP THE PENINSULAR LIFE!:: ant Grove, Sunday.
I,! : I THANK YOU -rJ-gSII'C OR. HEADACHE DUB II. T. HALL, Jr., Agent Misses Edna and Vera Lee Ln
iI Art for.A wODprolirifliii ntlmmm* Office By Is, of the Rising section ape'
: i : w I MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Starke Hotel, Starke Fla. part of last week here as gull
I of their cousin Miss Mary Mott
Mrs. C. C. Sheppard And M
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James Sheppard of Milliard. WI

('fit.. IT IS A PLEASURETO guests of Mr. and Mrs O: B C,
sen, Sunday.

LEND OUR SUPPORTTo spent Miss. last Cordelia week-end Brown hen'of. with Alack

WE'RE GLAD TO SEE mother, Mrs. W. A. Brown

15 is't I The B. H. S. Edition Of The We are glad to report that t
3 Ii of our teachers, Mrs. Hall and
Bradford County Telegraph P. Morgan are back in school

i F THIS ISSUE OF THE SCHOOL PAPER ,.':'; ter a few days absence last weekHIGHLAND !


.Y Mian M. E. Crews, Corrfuponfr
52 1 : t GO OVER HOT LUNCH IS NECESSARY TO Mrs. A. A. Crews and bib

HEALTH.BRYANT'S. June, spent Sunday and Mond.
here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. .
Max Carter
I .,f; CAFE Miss Frances Starling were v
tors to Jacksonville recently
\ William Crews returned ft
I Starke Sunday where he hat
spending a week with relative
Mr. and Mra. Max Carter v
visitors to Maxville: Monday
{ I \ ,' Y Vegetables From Our David Starling is spending

; Y y ; eral days this week at Maxvillt
W. A. and Ellis Starling-

TESTED SEEDSGUARANTEED Thursday.visitors to Green COy Spra>

South Africa export 'the III-

Also A Complete Line of Feeds diamonds to United States fft.
Switzerland, France, and l;cl1Dl'
export the most watch

I \ 1jjJ Giant Stringless Beans and all other

jjJ Stringless Varieties Bu. .$6.00 SALVE
,& I 1ip 1- for

: 1L Fordhook Bush Limas Bu. 8.50 6 6 6 COLEiiQtrm price!

Speckled Butter Beans Bu. $7.50 SALVE Dnoi-s:.rA J'"TIJ;):. lOr, 1

I ___ .1 5555Jj/1

/ Chufas ..Bu.
.3.50 \
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4 r II \ 1 Velvet Beans 90-Day _Bu. $1.25



SEED POTATOES .__ ._ Sk. $3.75

"''Hi! a THAT WE ARE READY TO CO. Cucumbers Kirby Lb. 1.00 V

., OPERATE WITH THE SCHOOL Purple Top Turnips Lb. __ 30c

1 IN ANY PROGRESSIVE MOVE Stone Mt Melon Seed __ Lb. 50c

1 k'a't'

a't'' i MENT. \ Yellow S C. N. Squash ..Lb. 50c

I Old Field Corn
Bu. .$2.50
; : ., I
-...---- Lge. Calif. B. E. Pea Seed Bu. .$3.60

y ; ,, THIS SPACE SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING CITIZENS: And All Varieties of Corn, Peas, Beans, for your littl

o Pepper, Tomatoes, and Other one's HEALTH!

i E. K. Perryman W. J. Epperson N. D. Wainwright Garden Seed. PETERSON'S'

Torode Chevrolet Co.Kitty's Jos. E. Wilson
1 d E. 'w. Hayes

O. W. White P. J. Pearce

.1'p 1 a Quigley & Davis F. A. Scott A. M. Darby Vigor Fertilizer for Lawn and clan

Pate Gassett Sistrunk Seed & Feed Co. Dr. W. E. Middleton Garden 5 Pound and so rich In Crea1L lo!
Pkg. to 100 ARESG
Louis H. Hill Lb. Bag OUR COWS
,( ll ? :; ,, E. C. Priest Mitchell's Drug Store AND T.. B. TESTER! :


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LUh1E ONE -_i-ii----, __,_ -_ ----_ .. -STARKE. .- (

EDITORIALS Needed Books Given HONOR ROLL "The Shoe House"Given I Interesting Notes Class: Room Built 1 I by which Mrs,at C present M Howard's is crowded fifth gradf into ,''i "

By Woman's Club By Fourth During Week EndThe one of the stage dressing I
IIIOIl !SCHOOL" TUB staff has two new helpers read't'i'
the auditorium, thus one ran {
,6tN-. .. 10 the Best Interest of Through the kindness of the Woman's SEVENTH GRADE; Billy Grif- Elementary-Chnpel was held who are really valuable: Virginia students received quite a ily see the need of this new addition }'
\ Louise who assists with the
fls -
Sterns. Grace Dew Fugate
HIGH SCHOOLdents Club our library has a new Thursday morning during the third surprise when they arrived at The new class will!! probably f (
Lorraine and general feature works
,.nDFOHD set of Reference Books, "Funk andWagnell's period. school last Monday morning, for move in Thursday Mr Gray said. I
EIGHTH GRADE: Raymond : and Margaret Hair, elementary reporter -,
Mid Alumna Encyclopedia In twen- The with when Into the I
1'utrons Elicit, Emmett Perryman, Tommy program was opened and story writer. they stepped big -- -- i1t 1
ty-five volumes and a three year the entire assembly singing ".' study hall lo and behold, about
Rltch, Jean Davis Era Edwards,
tPITORI.-\L. STAFF'hlpf subscription" to the "Literary DI- Jenelle Hutchlngs, Mary Jane Child's Prayer" This was followed An old post grad, Jessie Mae one-third of the east side of the big FOR HAIR AND SCALPJAPANESE i( ,
: gest. hnd been built Into another ,
by the Lord's Prayer and the room
W. -
---- A Judd, Margaret Lowry, Melba Pre- Brannen, 1935 honor student and OIL
It was through the recommendation class !
flag salute.A room t
1100. ..r, winner of the contest
vatt Vernon Dyal Billy Jackson, essay given __'Ya.A 1
___Dorothy White of the School Committee very interesting skit, entitled, the Andrew Jackson The new room adjoins !Mrs Perkins' -
by High
Johns Ralph Rhodes _
'lets Ectltnr.- composed of Mrs E L. Billy Tk. A_Mt*,M< Scalp! Medici* 1 ;
Editor, Marjorie Marwie1ce Biggs Silcox, L. C. Smith Doris Crews, "The Shoe House was then pre- School was out to visit us last room and a narrow passage Is ORl.r. .r..rt..ry e.ur ,.... ,, I
erary Editor _______1Iugh Walters (chairman), Mrs. H. C. Rltch and Meltie Dowllng Irene Goodge, sented by Mrs. Wainwright's room Monday.Junior. the means of entrance and exit We III. MIL WOIKI At All..o..eo'' t'' ,
Royeater Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, that the Executive The characters weir us follows: from the eighth grade room. ..... fw Carl Swill ''T'' Tr*.. aryl IRS ,
,tonal Editor __Mice Board Claudie Hazen, Willa Vlda Kil- Y... N...." MMIMMl.... 0*.. an Vet.
Editor, ____-.Marl Thede last Thursday, Feb- llngsworth Margaret Pearce Ol- Old Woman-Roberta Whitfield. "Tag Day" last week The new room's dimensions are
sturl' ruary 6, voted to give the school Jumping Joan-Jessie Jones. 22xl. feet and
It will be
the occupied
(Wednesday) was a big success!
Editor -------------- lie Mae Thomas Marion Dowllng. -
mentsut this wonderful new set of ency- Bo Peep-Lillian Saltier
Williams said. The total
.n Eunice TENTH GRADE: Anvil Futch, L. juniors receiptswere
clopedias.We O. Hanes Leola Norman, Roswell Mary Quite Contrary Gloria somewhat over ten dollars I
can't express our gratitudein year, probably- lOc, 25c: and 3ic! Setting Up Nights
Noegel Doc Wainwright, Arie Price. This play has been a tremendous
COMES: MONTH words but the c'
: mere
ST1'1.1:8 i just same Tillman Patsy Edmomlson Margaret Polly Flinders--OleetH Green One of our ninth grade sttt- success elsewhere and will give immeasurable -i II' ,... .... ..... ,...... i ,
LATE we want the members of the Wo- Carol lents changed names. Pansy Cone M...J ..... 'oA. ; ''i
Hair, Frances Peek Jack-Billy Blakely
entertainment and .
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man's Club to know that we :
ph II',' ,'all came to the high White Glen Jackson Vernie Phillips Jill-Barbara Keen. is now Mrs. Julian Peck. amusement to all. It promises to .. I
very, very grateful for this generous ._ tteretle..8 w trwsl.a r ,SJ
too! lao week saying: "Come Forest Crosby, Edna Pearce I Boy Blue-John Anderson -- ---- be the best and most Interesting ..... "
wn ,11> the Alexander Store with gift. 4> ELEVENTH GRADE: Grace Ar- Jack Horner- Lyle Anderson. Plans For Senior Play play ever presented by a senior .. .. (_...t.-Uat7.zr,. brt.. ""..1Ir. n Il'
imall boys who need sweat- wood Madeline Crosby, Katie Fu- Tommy Tucker. Stephen Welden. class. Y>w M I.a.y ...... 0-....... 1 > '\,
o PROFESSORS" NITWIT AND Getting Under WayThe eW M a a... as. .east.l. I 1
I gate Martlle Hemingway Louree Jemima-Betty Haves i '
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selected boy to KNOU'KNOT the skit, :; 1 0, r ft )
_'Ir! ?,,.v a carry Howard. Flortcd Killingsworth Following an amusing t' '

a underprivileged boys down. "The Lions of Learning" Myrtice Killingsworth Margie MC- ,. song was sung by Gloria; Price and senior class officers had a FUNERAL DIRECTOR Jk1'1 I; ,

OD arriving the manager fittedm Dear Profs: Millan. Ethel Packham, Oleta .1 Carl Grumpier joined in the chorus "get-together" last Tuesday (Feb. I *

ip with two new sweatersd How la a new preacher installed Smith, Arlie Sponholtz, Ethel Tay- by the entire third grade class. 4)) and chose the regular annual My Many Tears lK'rl..r.'f\| Makes: It FcmnlUle for Mn to IC<>uu>. r ', -i.,, tl

| said that a person passing ? Is he hitched to a. post and lor, Jack Underbill Hilda Wyrlck. Chester Moody then gave a senior play After Careful weigh EFFICIENT, I'KOMPT and COURTEOUS i+Elt/lE 'M I

ough Had paid for them and toLo fed or what? TWELFTH GRADE: Bill Mc- short talk pertaining to Traffic ing and much deliberation over MOIIKKATK PRICES "i/

them to some one In the high Vacantly Millan, Eainestine Andrews John- Rules. Some of the rules ho mentioned several they picked the musical l RUrke Florida x'' ',

tool. Infant News Paper. nie Ree Cone Alice Royster, Mad- were: comedy "Betty Lou" by Llda Turner DeWITT C. JONES I :, R

eline Crews Dasie Belle Dunn ((1)) Stop and look In both direc- and R. M. Stults. SRI

Announcements Dear News: Audrey Hall, Lea Retta Jeffords tions before crossing a street. The committee composed of SI-

No. They hitch him to a church Dorothy C. Kickliter. Marjorie ((2)) When walking along a streetor meon Phillips Alice Royster Mar-

Ssafetv ''tub meets next Wed- and expect him to pull it. Marwlck Wilson May Mary Sue highway walk on the left side jorie Marwlck and Marie Thede

Lda> the sixth period. The Princes of Power, Mott, Lettie McGee, Lillian Stern- of the road. then turned over the results of

Chapel next Friday the sixth Prof. N. & K. berg, Marie Thede, Ion Tillman ((3)) Do not dart into the street their decision to the class and work -the

|rlod ...>.11 be in honor of Lincoln's Dear Profs: Dorothy White, Virginia Wiggins, to retrieve any article until you are was begun In earnest. I fLIGHT

Udo\ After hearing Marie Thede play Elaine Wynn, Vonda Inman. subs there Is no danger of your be- Miss Hazel Middleton and Mrs

|B Hurns 1' will play those of'Iros the piano the other day W. T ing hurt by any panning vehicle. Wall will direct the play and music f '
Thl'MO Honor Roll .Htudenta name' "" be furnished Mrs. Jeanette
< icxt Friday Weeks who was sitting next to me -- -" will by
were ghee to Ihe staff late Kincaid.
-- said "Wonderful, marvelous. Basketball Game
OKKKCTION What did he mean? I didn't FIFTH GRADE: Jimmie Griffis, The play Is In three acts all of II}- that

think the playing was so very good. Ray Goodman Lois Newman, Irene Rained Out Tuesday tenor setting and will be two hour
he names of the new junior Wilder Doeis In duiation.
Do you suppoose he could be in Hazen Kathleen ,
us ifix.'u< were omitted by mice love? Mae Gaffney, Joe Andrews, Jr., "Rain, rain go away There are eleven main. chiunctcra COUNTS !

last w'ek., They are: Anxiously awaiting, Richard Jackson Sara Barefoot "Our teams want to play." the most Important of which

'resident[ Marjorie McMillan Louis Davis. Nina Bishop Gloria Buford Ida la Betty Lou whose part will be
This lit tie dlttle was in order
Ivice Pri'g Beatrice .
Moseley.Secn.lart Lula Davis, Violet Jackson, Dorothy played by Lillian Sternbeig. Raymond
last Tuesday afternoon our
: Arlie Sponholtz. Dear Louis: Lee Johns, Barbara Snow, Ju- Plummer will play opposite!
Mildred Brown. team played Lake Butler. The
easuri'i When he said "Wonderful marvelous Lillian.
lia Frances Stewart. '
two teams waded through one and The "Light of Knowledge"FORTUNATE .
elected last week. "
e' i TI of Ma-
he wasn't thinking NINTH A GRADE: Clara The play will be given here at
one-half and then the rain
.- rie's playing, he was wonderinghow Flume, Lorraine Hurtraann. Sidney quarters the school on our new Improved
:NEXT WEEK the piano could stand it. Griffis. forced the game to a stop. The stage and with our new stage scenery

February 17: The Lords of Learning, NINTH B GRADE-: -Mellie Sll- score was! 4-0 In out favor and It about the middle or March. Admission AFIE THEY WHO CAN GO $ t A

;Irlo ,tier Club. Profs. N. & K, 1 I cox Geraldine Tillman. looked to even as the though score with we were Lake going But will be the same as lust OUT IN TIIK\ WORLD POSSESSED OF ITS

, Bov-! glee. Club. .-
Dear Profs: ler (they having defeated us sev- BRILLIANCE, FOR THEIRS IS AN EASIER )v i
uudav February Meeting.20: If one whim is a "whim," what Speech On Words eral weeks ago) when down came AND Mom; RAPID CLIMB TO SUC.
be the rain. So that's that. Probablywe
would a lot of 'em ?
Klementarv. Chapel. In ChapelThe
Anxiously. Given will play them again at a later CESS.
[day February 21: .
Hugh Walteis date. I
Ugh School Chapel. feature of High School Our next game Is with Alachuaat It. S I5

--. Dear Hugh: Chapel, last Friday morning, was Alachua Tuesday afternoon ( outs" .. .."..- WE ARE PROUD OF BRADFORD COUN-

i'uth. Aren't ants, busy little "Whimmen." a talk a very fine talk indeed by when our two teams play the boys elearea .arutNOIy TY'S SCHOOLS, AND THE STUDENTSIN j ((1..

Ings !they"work all the time The Intelligent Intpt. the Rev. C. B. Price of tie Baptist and girls of the Alachua High I..e'gadlflrA. lot THE ''SCHOOLS. THIS. ISSUE OP Tins ",G f(
I "yea Clan
pi never play.. ,_ _. f V Profs.- N.-& K. Church on "WdrflH." School. l _..._h...._
Jot Oh. I don't know- They The program was begun with a .-- U .1... .....a.n.I... TELEGRAPH PROVES THAT THE "LIGHT
Jem' .1 1...
in iwful lot of picnics. SocietyMary Bible reading the Lord's Prayerand TIIOUGIITS FOK TIIK SEEK ... OF KNOWLEDGE" HAS NOT BEEN SHIN- !l ,.
.tirrFR',4LM the flag salute. ING IN VAIN.STARKE. r
u I,' hereby given that un- Sue Mott spent Friday In Next were three songs by all. A good deed Is never lost
I rtue of a Final Uecrtiti
:' mart and rendered Jacksonville. They were "The Anvil Chorus"; Plan your work and work your HAROLD
I ntliln H. L>. Sebrlnir. visiting rela- "Onward Christian Soldiers"; and 1 ; e
1a 1 ,, Circuit Court of the Mary Wiggins was plan. .
,.l I circuit of Florida. In tives in Macclenny Sunday. "The Lord Is My Shepherd. The Keep ahead of t the game.
d n idfnrd County In Chan- Andrew visiting in singing was directed by Mrs. Wall.
Grace was
s 'fl' il Innuary_ 20th. 1936 IniaiiHf Rev. Price's talk on Anything worth doing at all Is STAVE MILL
Next came
''t \ therein lately Lake Butler, WednesdayTAlice worth welL
ut a vi'en The Federal Land Royster spent Sunday In "Words." He told and Illustrated

I Iklnn.liimhln., et al.Plaintiff Defendant, and, Gainesville.John the form of bad literature. He You cannot dream yourself into l{'. r. HMIITII: Owner ( r1'r

1\ ,.trued who wa therein Godwin spent the weekendIn talked on types of words such as a character; you must hammer
special Mauler In Chan- Jacksonville. unkind words lies or falsehoodsand and forge yourself Into one.
it* the eau*' will on
td and' day of March 1934, '35 profanity. )
Jessie Mae Brannen, a graduate --- --------
"foil, hour H of sale be- All who heard this fine talk will
t t 't! [ lloiiKe door In Starke was visiting us :Monday. .
t' (,,. the hlffhent and bent Misses Edna Pearce Frances certainly mend their ways if the
'i' I a..l1."Ituate the, following lying and de-bold Peek and Dot Bishop spent Sunday talk applied to them.

I County Florida to- afternoon in Gainesville.Miss I _--* -

I Jacobs Miss Adklns and Honeybees seldom fly when the .
\Vi Section 3, Town \
degrees WE ARE PROUD
h'' nth of Hang-e 22 Ea.t Miss Annie Mae Pearce spent Sun temperature Is below forty-five

I T.illiiliaHxee Meridian, day afternoon in Gainesville. Fahrenheit.
/K 40 acres, more or i

''I'' ", lipnrtenancea.' Said ale to
1 mint to Maid Decree to .n
--nm and coHtft.K .

I.I FERRYMAN.iitl Muster; In chancery. Everything 4 I OF THE RECORD OF BRADFORD SCHOOLS r

11'111, ( i-' Points
+runle lull >"?. lon:
IH I!I '
r /lirliiNon( holder of Tax
I ,0 N, (Issued the 2nd, !
'A.r.oi.>. 1423. ha. filed: ; }
>rf lie and had made ap- )
a tax, ,, deed to be Ixmiedfald

-,ntr ilemTlhed certificate; property embraceR In ': IT IS A FINE COMMENTARY:\ ; ON THE; ;tit tite
wit Bradford, State of

>P; if Klver Kectlon I ISNottth

i'iilnlnK 4 280. acre Uanne AcresKKX 2I ". TEACHERS AND STUDENTS ALIKE TO BE: ? 1

'he ment said of the certificate ald prop-In- ABLE TO SAY THAT DURING 'RECENT YEARS i

," the namu of W. p. .

ii Id l certificate shall be WHEN SCHOOLS.. WERE CLOSING ALL AROUND r t
>,".-orrllnar' to law thale
'''rlhed therein will bahlRhent US, BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS HAVE: NOT ,
bidder at the a I !
door on the first !Mon
'h'. 2nd. day of. March. 19.16.nl ll
I I I. 14th. .
day of January
t ,1. THO\r\; e. .
rk of circuit Court 1L'
I' I trad ford County. Florida.

1'lt! : '*"* OV TilE 9T1TI'3 OF
'PJI"arlng| "tain by affidavit riled In :' BY OUR SCHOOLS DURING RECENT YEARS: AND '' t
sauna In the Circuit ,
r "* and for
'la'Hunter, "n Chancery dentitleduEu- PARTICULARLY DO WE COMMEND: THIS ISSUE )
IMalntlff. v. Carey
" Defendant, and the relief
I being Divorce; that tbH ,, f OF THE BRADFORD VMTMTV TELEGRAPH .- rl
a renldent ofInknowntor'l' I
'i no pemon In the State
l ,''I''" service whom would of nenonal pemonally pro- TIlE MOST DELICIOUS & REFRESHING '. CAN ACCOMPLISH WHEN CONFRONTEDBY

,"v Hunter, appear to the ,
niplalnt' on the 2nd day of 'I
,.p. 1838 other-wise a De.onf..o AT RECESSIT
will be entered TRY A BOTTLE
''It' r for her. failure to ap- tE" .,- t ?

'ether Published! ORDERED once a, week that:thin for IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE 1' ,

., ">JX t ullve Telegraph! week. a In newspaper the Brad- CONTRIBUTE OUR GOOD WILL TO Bradford' County Board of Public Instruction L LA.

.,.,4 clrCUlall"n, published In THIS ISSUE OF THE TELEGRAPH.

VI'S"'r r'ounty&y, hand Florid.and official EDITED BY THE HIGH SCHOOL J. GRIFFIS SUPT. '

":,"rv ':aid D.ol thl. at day ofI STUDENTS OF B. H. S.

"lark;1 of Circa'
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__ ----_ .. --.. L FEBRUAH\ 1 14.U' i*I IF
i Irma- -- Stockwell I Miss Carson Addresses Miss Wiggins Weds I[Miss Moseley l -Honored Margaret Hair Host, I

11 Takes Part In Woman's Club Mr. Wilson In \tOn Birthday At Party

r ; ijeiyj College ActivitiesOne Miss Cleva J. Carson, director Gainesville CeremonyThe ? Honoring Miss Beatrice Moseley, Miss Margaret Hall ,
'i at last year's graduates of of music at the P. K. Younge Laboratory '- following account of theWigginsWilson who celebrated her seventeenth Adkins Jr., entertained ,,'r'l \ t
B. H. S.. Irma Stockwell, is at- School at the Universityof wedding was tak- birthday Wednesday afternoon, their friends last FtHj, gr' JP r
tending Southern College this year. Florida, addressed the Woman's en from Friday's Issue of the Lake February 12. Her mother Mrs. L. with a party given ,at th,'.\L'*
--- ----- She is majoring In speech and Club here Wednesday, on the subject City Reporter. Miss Wiggins, resident E. Moseley, and her aunt, Mrs. W. the former. @
I ;' English and among her other subjects of "Music, in Education," at of Keystone Heights, has a H. Hart, entertained with a bunco The room, where the
,' Junior Woman's Club Ladies' AuxiliaryMet are History, Journalism and the fifth interesting meeting of host of friends here who wish to party at the home of the latter. embled for the ev.K"" a
I" I; Met Tuesday Tuesday Biology. Miss Stockwell Is taking the new year. offer congratulations: The rooms of the home where tastefully decorated wit"'"* "..

f The Junior Woman's Club held The Ladles' Auxiliary of the private lessons In expression and :Miss Carson In opening her ad- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wigginsof the players gathered were tastefully flowers and gVeena Tjmn'MR; 1I01J. !:
her motto,
Church met with speech. gave as "Every Keystone Heights, Florida, decorated with seasonal blossoms enjoyed during the ev..,< \*
k its regular meeting Tuesday.. February Presbyterian Child for Music, and Music for Ev- nK v
The school is to know *
that folks.
Mra.O. E. Stansbury Tuesday afternoon glad announce the marriage of their and four tables were arranged young
11. The meeting was presld- February 11. she Is doing extraordinarily well ery Child. And in her pleasing daughter, for bunco. At the close of the ....,, ,
she told ?
ed over by the President, Katie and that she la a member of the voice the benefits whicha Edith Evelynto After the added hostess served the ?K *
I scores were it ps
Mra. W. A. Stern, president, child derives from the study of
Theta PI Delta sorority, is "Or- and wafers. sued
and the mlnutea read
J Fugate were was found that Miss! Florled Kll-
presided over the meeting. The ganization Editor," of the debatingclub I music. First, Miss Carson said, Mr. Hugh Adkins Wilson, Jr., ---.
I and approved. After a short business the of lingsworth waa holder of high --
devotional waa led by Mrs. E. M. and a member of the drama- study music is recreationalto of Lake City, Florida, O. M.
session the meeting was turned the child, from music learns score and Miss Margaret Pearce Bennet of Whit,
one '
Davis. Yearly reports were giv- tics association, "The '
Vagabonds. on Friday, the thirty-first of Is here ogtp
holder of low. each
was visiting his
i over to Mrs. J. L. Cray, of Lake en from the heads of the various Miss Stockwell is especially Interested the true meaning of the word January, They were A. II. Johns. daught", MI!.
i City. Mra. Cray gave a very In- committees. The officers for the In Journalism and, with "emotional," music is a wonderful nineteen hundred and thirty-six I presented prizes.
teresting' talk about the work of new year were elected as follows: members of her class, visited the means of expression, it builds Gainesville, Florida. The hostesses served a delicious
t" : the Junior Women Mrs. Gray President, Mrs. H. H. Young, First newspaper plant of the Tampa character In the child and it also An event of significance in salad course to the following, who
If" waa accompanied by Mrs Lynn Vice President Miss Lucile Mitchell Tribune, last week. builds health North Florida social annals was were Invited to be with Miss
1i: 0 Mitchell also of Lake City. Re- Second Vice President, Mrs.N. We always welcome news of B. Miss Carson was introduced to the nuptial ceremony solemnized Moseley: Misses Dot Bishop, Edna REAL
,' :i'; freabments were served to all B. Hull, Secretary and Treas- H. S. graduates and they have our her audience by Mrs. L. A. Canova, at 7 o'clock last Friday evening at Pearce, Margaret Pearce, Katie
I '" : members present. urer, Mrs C. F. Ward. World Day best wishes for success and well chairman of music, who was in the First Presbyterian Church in Fugate, Alice Royster, State Farm, ESTATE
i Ii : --.-- of prayer will be held in the Pres- being. charge of the program.An Gainesville, In which Miss Edith Virginia Fugate, Myrtice, Floried
I "'l:;' Hubert Stockwell, of Gainesville byterian Church February 28 at I announcement was made by Evelyn Wiggins became the bride and Villa Vida Killingsworth, Lil- IF YOU WANT TO
y' 4 ,,1 f[(' pent the past week-end in Starke, 10 o'clock In the morning. The present. Plans were arso made for the president, Mrs. Adkins, of the of, Mr. Hugh Adkins Wilson, Jr., of lian Stump, Marjorie McMillan, BUY, SELL OR RE\'T
.; (: visiting his brother and aluter-in- other Woman's Missionary Societies j a table tea to be given at the Wom- 42nd annual convention of the this city. Frances Lee Peek, Dorothy White, SEE US-
/ "'J'I, law, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell. in the city are Invited to be ,an's Club House on March 3. The,j| State Federation of Women's Rev. Edwin F. Montgomery, Martile Hemingway, Carol White
,! { Clubs, which is to be pas and Lillian
held In Tampa
f I Moseley.
J Society waa glad to welcome an tor of the First PresbyterianChurch WILSONREALTY
.1 old member, Mrs. R. F. Clark, who on March 17-20. The following -j of Lake City, of which the ---.

1 I"' *p + 1ti rejoined the Auxiliary. The Bible -I Mrs.were,A. Z. Adklna elected,Mrs.as O.delegates L. Beas-: bridegroom is a member, performed '- Miss Myrtle Strickland spent CORP
quiz was conducted by Mrs. the several
rites In the presence of a days this week visiting
ley, alternates, Mrs. C. A. ,
G H. Lowry and the Missionary Knight small gathering of relatives and intimate Mrs. F. R. Carradine in Lawtey.
and Mrs. W. E.
program was in charge of Mrs. H. / friends of the couple. .
After a brief business session
Young The bride approached the altaron
At the close of the business four new members were elected to
the arm of her father, by whom
meeting a social hour was join the organization. They were: I
enjoyed she was In
given Her
q' during which the hostess served Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mrs P. D. Fan- '
wedding fitted
1 r' cher, Raiford, Mrs. Hogan Smith, was a
d J refreshments to all of the
ti Spring cf cerulean blue
and Miss
present. wool trimmed with
touches of silver -
I'. ., The club members were favoredby VALUES
( J JI the following interesting pro- squirrel. Her corsage was
fashioned of pink carnations.The .
Q bridegroom entered with his
Piano solo
r --by Miss Jeanne Lee.
x.r Piano duet best man, James Withers of Davidson AT A&P THIS
I r -Mrs. K. G. Duncan IN
N. C., former
I and Mrs. E. M. Davis. a classmateat
Vocal quintet-Mrs. George B. Davidson College. WEEK!
The bride is a member of a leadIng I
Flynn Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs E.
1 a K. North Florida family and a native -
I ; Perryman Mrs. D. E. Knight,
{ F. r and Mrs H. B. McLendon, accompanied of Green Cove Springs, where FANCY BLUE ROSE
I she received her education. She has
lil by Mrs. K. G. Duncan and
: ,
made her home RICE 5Lb.
j in
'j'I Mrs. E. M. Davis.A Keystone Heights 21c
'I'It for the past five years and is well-
t II i'i'r social period was enjoyed
known socially over a wide terri-
when the hostesses
79ci Middleton, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. tory.
S. L. Peek, Mrs. J. M. Darby, Following a honeymoon in South 10 Lbs. 19c
i 1 I FULL FASHIONED-ALL SILKINlm ..... I Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. G. H. In- Florida will and Cuba, the young cou-
ple make their home at the
man, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Misses
'!'s' : AND) FULL LENGTHS Hazel Middleton and Clyde Mor- Wilson residence on the corner of MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

CALL ON gan, served a. tempting salad Streets.West DeSoto and North Columbia MEAL 10 Lbs.
20c30cSPRING course with hot tea 20c
T 1 +i NEW LINK I .

Pi ; DRESS MATERIALS 35c-49c Notice Of Food Sale Epworth League
Per Yard J. L. SIMMONS Circle No. 2 of Methodist Mis- Enjoys Social FridayThe Innu-No. 9 Can Lettuce 2 for 15c

sionary Society will hold a sale of Corn 3 for 25c
d i WHEN YOU NEED A homemade cakes, pies, sandwiches Senior League enjoyed a so- Fancy
f 1000 Yard LL Unbleached MEN'S WORKSHIRTS and candy on Saturday, Feb. 15 at cial and business meeting at the loiui-No. 2 Can 2 for Tomatoes 2 Ibs. 15c

vh Sheeting, Yard-wide PLUMBEROR 2 o'clock in the Woodbridge buildIng home of Misses Virginia and Katie Stringless Beans 15c FANCY DELICIOUS
across the railroad from Dar- Fugate Friday night. Games
r Worth Ito Yd-Our Price only AT Apples 4 Ibs. 25c
by's store. were enjoyed after which a busi- (iran>1 Penn Motor
lOc Yd. 39c, 49c, 69c, 79c, 98 Tea and coffee will be served ness meeting was conducted by the Oil York
'''i' i ELECTRICIANFROZEN during the afternoon. Be sure to president, Miss Dorothy White. A 2 gal 89c Apples 6 Ibs 25c
Just 1tec-1'1'NJ-Nl"w Line of HOYS' LONO.WASH drop in. few
officers were elected, becauseof
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LADIES' WHITE PANTS pine Qmmlttee the' vacancies in : the League. Collards Bnch 5c
I Oxfords & Ties PIPES LEAKY Mr /O. L. Beasley, They were: Wheat 2 for 25c CarrotsI
2.." VALUES! 98c to 1.59 FAUCETS WHATEVER Mrs.:A. Z. Adkins, Vice President-Elmo Struth. 5c

Special 1.95Children's Y O U R TROUBLE, IF IT Mrs L. .A.. Davis. Recreation Committee Charlman Cheese Ritz / Ib 18c Cabbage 2 heads 15c

SEND FOR ME. Mrs. J. F. Colley assisted by
f : Shoes PANTS regular monthly meeting of Virginia Fugate served hot choc- CAMELS; LITKIES; CIIESTEKFIKLDS, OLD GOLJ)

, A Complete Line to Select from Only 98c the Starke Chapter No. 166 Order olate and crackers to the following CIGARETTES 5 Pkgs. 60c
\ of Eastern
I Iv Star will be held Mon- :
f 98c 1.95
: ,', oJ to WHY FAY MORE LOWEST RATES day night February 17, at 7:30 Misses Clara Lettie and Marie .
o'clock. The Masonic Brothers McGee, Vonda Inman, Ruby Dampier PLAIN OR SELF-IUSINO-ION"
: will be honored guests at this Dorothy Clair Klckliter, Ruth
jt '' ALEXANDER & COMPANY :1 meeting. All members are urged to McKelvla, Bee Moseley, Dot White, FLOUR

-'A j li be present. yt;_' and Elmo Struth,John Inman.

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Y / = : :- -:---_ 6 LI,... 12 Lbs 24 LI.... 44 Llm.DIXIE .

a k i, ; -::1''j GREEN'SSTORE String : COMPLIMENTS OF 21c 39c 75c $1.45

''' l : CHARLEY E JOHNS 'U"ST\I-Flne Granulated 11

i iI t I 2C BROOMS 15 C I Regardless of the propaganda being SUGAR 5 Ibs 19cPrice

Each circulated I have fought for the

CASH & CARRY I schools and will continue ( 23o If Bought Separately)

I'i' I 1 1 doing so. When Bought in Combination With

'4.. I : it t z Come in and Look Our Stock Over and See the Reduced Prices. One Pound of Eight O'Clock

i I Mild, Mellow Pure Santos


,, j a TOMATOESONIONS S/lC 5 !Wf COFFEE At the Regular 17c

'It j 3 Lbs. lOc PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc Both Sugar and Coffee for 36c


j BACON Lb. 16c I LARD 2 Lbs. 25c

Irish Potatoes, No. 1 10 Ibs. 19c '
CIGARETTES all 15c pks 13c '"


APPLESAUCE ?i/c' .. ,
SALT Scpkg. Ea. 21.z c REBEL -

; i'' ; MUSTARD, Qt. Jar lOc 1 FOX.,...it CRACKERS Pound Box lcSUNNYFIELD

1 ,iR KAREN MORLEY Bill 2 for
10n 11OX A.gn.M ,a.O.D.Vylv BROOMS 19c
T' PURE COFFEE Lb. 12Vc ASPIRIN In m WN..MIL.I f h.,. Daisy
Ea. 3c
4 BROOMS Sterling 35c
'I l 0 i u. dylrwMr, ,wtrt ylhli.
JELLY 7-oz. Jar 7/2c PEANUT BUTTER Sultana Lb. jar 15c
COCOA 2-lb.] Can TCES.-WED.. FKB. 18th-19th
.., ,. 15c Si'LT.N.PEANUT
't !TVO "Star Ov
"Navy Wife"rsroaelway
BACON Lb 12c '",n...., k ..> .- KaJphTIHKS..FIU. Eel.anro RUTTER 1- Lb 1Iro;c 21-oz. I9ca

SUGAR 5 Ibs. 23c June 1'iit O'Brien Frontiin JnnirA ;.Melton -u-MON Pink Can lcUIIITK

j JI'IU'Inlr; .
Dill PICKLES, Qt. Jar 122c Frank Mrllugh FEB. 20-21: HOUSE

t 1 'COTTONSEED Peanut BUTTER, Qt. 25c SATI'RDAY, FEB. 13 "Mary Fugitive"Sjlvhv Burns, MILK 3 Tall cans 1&

t'' ', MEAL 100 Ibs 1.49ITKK VINEGAR QL Size Wc I I "The Eagles%'m.FEATI'RK Boyd Brood"With Sylvia CASH iidn"Y-\lelvyn!NITE EVERY; Douglas WED PRINCE ALBERT Can 1 1ft

r ? OKAYSHORTS and NESITho8e attending; -- .. _
j -
; tt'ry, 100 Ibs. 1.70 BREAD, 3 Loaves 25c "Public Menace" prize show by Tuesday leaving are their eligible for GRANDMOTHER.9Fresb, Plain or siloed-
name U-oz. :1ri
With Jean Roll. :
Arthur with cashier Tnendjiy.RIVTZ BREA D 14-oz. IS-oz.

OATS 100 Ius. 1.85 GRITS 10 Lbs. 25c 6c -6c 8c lOc

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Montgomery C. O. Arrenclel, of Lakeland ----- -- .
M. Is -- ---- --
Col. -
irE. and ----
Mrs. A. S. Crews spent Mrs. T. J.Thomas. Mrs. -- '
R" LOt Jacksonville MonHL here visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. Clara Mr and Mrs. Richard G. Kldd Mr and Mrs E. W.
L. Hayes G
\ m Friday and
II 'II H I Saturday In Trenton Sasser and daughter. Clara Mae of
cl'1 are announcing the arrival of a business
Haynes.A. visitors to Gainesville wer"l
y and Gainesville.Mr. Valdosta, Ga., were visiting Mr. son. Richard Godwin Kldd III Wed- Friday. CENT A ORD t E
P. J. Pearce
recentlyMr. nesday. February 12. Mrs. Kldd
of New River, was B. Surrency, of Brooker, was and Mrs. R. J. Davis and ---- --- I
9 '
app was
i formerly Miss "Bunnie"
'! ? :" .J'' ''log business *in Starke transacting business in Stark, Mrs. J. M. BroVvnlee spent Tuesday and Mrs. C. R. Cobb attended Canova. Bill Harris and Jimmy Strnyer COLUMN '
I'' ty
anew Tuesday. hi Jacksonville. a banquet for managers of A. A of Jacksonville were visiting p'''

f Jesdav P. Stores, at the Mayflower HotelIn J. M. Alvarez and David Mon friends and relatives here. Sunday. "WRITE or see us for SELECTED:; ; i'' :!'

t i JIIrl' C". J. stdckwelJ. of Miss Iona Searing and Mrs. Andrew Miss Elaine Wynn of Hampton, Jacksonville, Tuesday.. telth are both convalescing froman -- -- ---- --- Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed" .i ':
!ofl !III"pent the past week-end Muller of Elizabeth, N. J., spent the week-end at Starke with -- attack of Influenza Little Mrs. 1\(. E. Bell of Montgomery Greenwood Products Co Peanut; Pyre''; ) 'j
't e L.>tot,,,.'th twir son and daughter- returned Thursday to their homes Miss Dorothy White. Gotuutrd Line of Beauty not only Margaret and Joe Montelth are Alabama, who has been visiting Shelters. High Springs, Fla. ?lr :' i ,
> ere and Mrs. C. L. Stock- after a visit here with their parents "How 8ml\rU"! Imt-"How MarveloUNly confined to their home due to ill- Mr. and Mrs W. E Bryant for the SALE-llouse--Tr : .
r '
L. 5at"gain ,
' law Mr. and MrC.. O. Searing. Dyer County Agent of they fit!" nt Stump'... ness. past two weeks left Friday for l / (
ell Lake Butler, was a business visitor --- -- Miami to visit a few weeks before for cash. Inquire at Bis- i 1,
, 1i here, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and Curtain rod and window Hhnd.nI returning to her home. cayno. Tourist Camp. lip \:

i children and Mr. W. H. Hayes, all 10e I( at Slump'' .. ------------- FOR- SALE--Genuine Missionary I- /,
Wilson Hayes spent the week of Gainesville, spent Sunday with i Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ennis formerly Strawberry plants 92.30 per t ;' i !i}; \
end in Jacksonville visiting his sis Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter of Macclenny have recently thousand, F, O. B. Judsonia, Ark. +%+ ;, ,.l
i __ ter Mrs. B. F. Rhodes.Mr. Fredrlka, of Jacksonville, returned moved here and have an apartment Order direct or place your orders it r J 1', ) !
Miss Lucille Edwards and her to their home In Jackson with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bonham.Mr. with E. B. Wells Lawtcy Fla., t i'i,1 i'
and Mrs. W. E. Torode und father Roy Edwards, spent several ville today after a visit here with Annis is with the Campbell M. Wood & Son, Judson, Ark. a II' ,
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns were visiting days In Sarasota recently visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,W. H. Construction Company. "i,
r in Tallahassee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel. Struth. 4tFOR rJ '
-- --- ---- --
-- .-- ) SALE-About three tons, "I
{ Mrs. J. L. Gray and Mrs. Miss Lula Redgrave returned Friends of Paul Knight: will be dry, clean chicken fertilizer. Also ,''I'',
Lynn Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, A. E. pleased to know that t he l la con- k 1
Mitchell of Lake City were visitors home recently from Petersburg, Wall, Jr.. Milton Brownlee, Miss valescing from an In one ton rotten stable manure (
in Starke Virginia. She was accompaniedhome optration a for flowers. Each ton $10 f. o. b. '
Tuesday.Not Annie Mae Pearce and Miss Lillian
-you get both promptly by her cousin, Mr. Edwards Cincinnati hospital last Friday. 1 Kingsley: Lake Thicken Y\r,l (':e, i 'Ii'
__ ___ __ Sternberg attended the National Paul Is student In the Cincinnati F. Mueller f' '
u .? ,
iv diet but a Gowuird for- Guard officers dance In Jackson- Conservatory of :Music, Cincinnati, 'i; 'i
when you Phone 45 sit for those extra: pound Seethem Thomas Hogsed Jr., of Jacksonville ville Friday evening.Mr. Ohio. NEW SEEDS, true- Tr n-Tm? G''', f k+ i,' i
at Is here visiting his mother, ,
Corn. Bean Potatoes Cliufu. ':
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Mrs. W. B. Park. He plans to join .
and Mrs. James Peanuts, and Velvet Ipan.i. { i .'
C. Booker Stock! '
the United States.,Navy In the near Mrs. Eva. Loont>y Thornton, of
S. R. JOHNS & SonsWEEK and Mrs. Titus Olson were future. have as their guests Mrs. Booker's College Park, Ga., returned to her and Poultry Remedies (01. Plar- SI\t"+\' "
visiting! Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hawkins sister' Mrs. C, B. Williams, of home recently after n visit herewith turs and Fertilizer Distributors, a: !\ ,j'
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Sunday in Palatka. Rochester, N. Y., also Mr. and White's Store 2-14-4' ')' ';
her ,
Major and Mrs E. S. Matthews sister Mrs. Sarah L. \ "

END SPECIALS Mrs. O. L. Beasley,, Mrs. L. A returned Wednesday from Orlando, and Mrs.Cape Henry Vincent Weirch, N., of Y.Rochester, Hamrlck. Mrs. Thornton attended REPRESENTATIVES WANTEt; Xtitl t'I": ,:!: ',
the funeral of Mrs
where Major Matthews attended a Caroline
Davis and Mrs. T. J. Griffin To secure copyrighted contract+ 'r
spent ------- ,
hearing of the Railroad Commissioners Richard Brannork, who was u niece '
Saturday In ,Jacksonville Individual or Family Groups 1 to -
I. N -w Hhlpnient iH'uutlful) .
Brldhigclose of Mrs. Hamrlck and Mrs. Thorn- fl'1/ ;
Every claim Address
75c and $1.00 ut !Slump's. ton. ;14 g
IRISH POTATOES, 10 Lbs. ______ __ __19c Mrs. Arthur Coe and daughter, i ------ -- ,-- --- --- ----- Suite 325: Comeau Building West ,, f
Mr. and Mrs. T T. Rhone and -- --- -- --- Palm Beach Florida. '
2-143t '
: ; ,
of Montrose, Pa., are the guests of "
Col. and Mrs. J. ..
E. Futch, of .
GRITS, 10 Lbs. __ ______.__ _25c Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. family of Jacksonville and Mr. and DeLand, the Rev. und Mrs. M. C. NOTICE OF HAI.K': v
FOR RENT--F\u'nlsh..d j'l f
Mrs. J. C. Adklns of Gainesville Stith To All Whom It May Concern: 13 room "

MEAL, 10 Lbs. _ -- -- __ _20c Beldlng fife-Way Host SOcs at wore recent visitors of Mrs. M. E. ville, will and be three the anna week-end, of Jackson-guestsof Notice Is hereby given that I will' house, In splendid locality for : : .:
Edwards boarding house. Bath both
Stump' on 16th day of February, A. D. on ;f"', I
TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans __ ___ __19c Mr. and Mrs. H..L. Brownlee. 1936, sell to the highest and best floors, large front porches on both : j; 'I
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Simmon and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent several bidder for cash at public auction at floors. Box S72, Starke, Flit< :." I I ,' ;
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Lb. 27c little daughter, Mary Catherine, days this week in Jacksonville with Again the W. C. T. U. will meet my residence In Starke, Florida, FOR SALE.Bust 80 acre farm \ : ; >i'
spent Saturday In Jacksonville.Save her granddaughter Miss Gloria with the president, Mrs. Scott on one Model A Ford, Two Door Sedan In Bradford County $t0: down, ;j.'; +I ':'I' I
I CHARMER COFFEE, 2 cans _ 25c Johns, who has boon quite 111 with Friday at 3 p. m. as this Is to bo asp'clal Engine No. 263710 for payment balance. cany. Go sue this farm : <', ,f j,
20% on your uutomnbllo influenza.IWnjitlful. memorial service to the of storage upon said. car. known as H. E. Brown '
place and j
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FLOUR, 24 Lbs. ___ _______ _75c Insurance, WIlHOII Iteulty. 1-17-Stp Members and friends A. L. Alvarez, I W. 70 St.. Miami, Fla. +
Curtain. wrlm 10c ul welcomed. t' 'i i +j
PILLSBURY FLOUR 24 Lbs. l-24-4t !
_H _$1.15 Stump'H. I I 2-14-31p : : '" I(
Mrs. J. W. Edwards and daughter -
BESTSIDE BACON, Lb. __ ___ _,_p_ ___ 19c Elaine, spent several days recently -I L. A Rennold9; returned 1 this
in Orlando visiting relatives. week to Richmond) Va., after a vis '
LARD, 2 Lbs. ________________25c it here with his wife. Mr. and PRINCE ALBERT lOc CIGARETS 4 l'
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ingletre, of Mrs. Rennolds spent Friday visiting can 2 pkgs. 25c
LETTUCE, 2 Large heads _________15c Michigan, are making their home in Hawthorne and Palatka
here in Starke on the Haynes
NICE FAT HENS Lb. ___________19c Grove. -- --------- MACARONISPAGHETTI IM'ICKC'ltYHTAL': .
The Rev. B. M. Montgomery, W. TIP TOP I

SODA CRACKERS, Lb. ___ ____ ____lOc Miss Evelyn Stump will spend P. Smith, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, or h
Mrs. N. F. Guilford attended the y
the coming week-end in Starke
BANANAS, 4 Lbs. ______________15c with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Zone meeting of the Methodist GROCERY sugar
f. Stump.Mr. Church in Jacksonville this .week.. r
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5 LBS. r.l
TUXEDO FEEDS and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Dot, Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Golden. Age ,
Bud and Nina Bishop, Edna Pearce and little daughter, Frances of INVITES YOU TO ENJOY .
and Frances Lee Peek spent Sun- Tallahassee, were here Sunday afternoon 7-oz. pkg 3Y2C BIG SAVINGS. 23c '

CINCY LAYING MASH______ ,,_ __$2.40 Jay in Gainesville. and were accompaniedhome c .. ,H'
Mrs. G. W Alderman who : : ', u
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CINCY SCRATCH ___ _____ __ _-$2.10 New shipment of pretty wash will spend two weeks in Tallahas /

24* DAIRY FEEDS __________ __$2.00 dresses at Stump's. 'see .-----.----.-- SALMON Fancy Pink tOe
Tall Can
CINCY HORSE FEED, ____-._. __ _$1.7S. ,,

7''' BRIGHT C. S. MEAL ___ __ $1.50We 1 1

POTATOES 10 Lbs. 19c I mjOMMUET t t't't ..

Carry: a Complete Line of Staple-and Fancy Groceries '
SHEET itE'.L FANCY 1 1 ,'
also Feeds Feeds Horse Feed Wilson .
Poultry Dairy '

and Toomer Fertilizers. This is a Home Owned and POTATOES 10 bs. 15e ROUND .:.,
STEAK Lb 21e
Operated Store Come to See Us and Jet; Our JI JIhome I,
Prices Before !Making Your Purchases. CHEESE Lbe 23c ; 'r

CANOVA'S nii.iciors: OK \VINKH.\I': ": '

NAT SEZ: Buck In 1911 I left New York City TORE APPLES 4 Lbs. 25c 1 F'1 %1LOIN STEAK, Lb. 29c

and headed for Florida. 1 was one COSMETICS YORK IIOUK 1\1 \lE HMOKKU: ; : ,

of about.them Somebody city tellers let you me often ante I rend a $2 Kranks Cleansing Cream 9Sc APPLES 6 Lbs. 25c I SAUSAGE Lb. 25c i3'::''

Bradford County sweet potouto MU.T
y" and right then and there I decided $1 Armand Astringent 79c

to thin become little old a country place and boy.expect I love to p 50c Armand Hand Cream 29c LETTUCE Ea. 6c I MACKEREL 2 for 15c 11( "

$1 Junis Face Cream ___ 79c
be here until the oldIallter says
I must quit. And until then, as $1 Elmo Face Powder89c SIJ.vIm I KING-SKLF-KISINO (G-MJS.i 12-i.ns. 21-I.HS .

Hen Bernie snyft. "If you want tho
betttefi and the niosles for theIrustess

try Steriiberg'u." DRUGS75c FLOUR 22c 39c 75c1

Bayer Aspirin ((100)) G9c
Ix>okee, Girls flow About a NEW ft') j n

2 Piece SUITS SPRING FROCK 50c Milk of Magnesia (Pt) 29c ,

100 Aspirin Tablets 29c MKDH.'M: lOc IVOKY | I'.\N\) I',11- NO. 3 SIZ,.; CAN
t.-ry Smart-Si/en 11 to 20 w -- Ii 'IL.f .
Fast Color
y 50c Rubbing Alcohol _-. 25c SOAPBar

$1.98 $1.95 $1 Wampoles Cod Liver Oil 69c 5cviioi.r Tomatoes 6 "

$1 Cardui _ 79c Ze
\ : r.itAiN
!Sporty Looking 5 Lbs. Epsom Salt _.. .39c II -
WHITE OXFORDS $1 Fountain Syringew l .G9c 1 I
.1 Cans Pineapple Sli. or C'wh. .
WASH FROCKS $1.20 Caldwell SyruprPepsin 98c 5 Lbs. 25c
Also Brown Trimmed :3 Cans Cut Green Means ;Lt
Regular $1.25 Creomulsion J.____ $1.09TOILETRIES ArrtKBUTTER': 't
::1) Cans Garden; Peas '

$$2.45 $2.95 $i:29'-: V 3 Cans Garden; White Corn (1i

-t 15c :3 i Cans Grapefruit Juice

The 1I..n's'ork t."t"uh...." In Qt. I(011.1.NOBACON 3 Cans Apple Sauce I., '

The longest WearingWORK ; :3 I Cans Garden; Spinach -- ._ .

CLOTHESIIaprude 5 Cans! Tomato Soup ._
SHOES v 23c Wales Shaving Cream lOc
I o Cans! Vegetable Soup l '
Made by Peter's Special J 25c Wales Talcum Powder lOc Pound 12c 7 Cans Pork & (Means .. _. IIIi
,,, ". -t J. TalcumMISCELLANEOUS p"'lfn' '. < *i'..,

$1.49 $2 I MEAL 20c i 'l

Solw .\MANHATTAN Kent In Starke for Sew LAIMES'Shipment I I lbs Coffee&: 12c


and l'aJa.maPrleecl SPRING HATS. 50c McKesson's Mineral Oil (Pint) ______ 39c PEARL GRITS 25c MAXWELL\ HOUSE lb 27 '

$1.49 50c Ipana & Pepsodent Tooth Paste 1_____ 39c

$1 Upjohn Citrocarbonate .,-.- ,__ __ _79c \\IIITK RIBBON COMI'OUNI-FINEST Like Home Muda i S

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S 50c McKesson Antiseptic Solution _____ .39c LARDFreud CKKAMKIIV 14

,, CANOVA'S A PHARMACY L Lw 39c ; ""i

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'Hr;' GARDENS ON WHEELS the garden1 :
product T
DEPENDON goe ',,,,
TOP PniCES .- ,
Id PROPER PACKAGE a't1IlIII: IF IRI"unr'l''!! M I A M I-Rental gardens on guarantee Jhey will pr, ,h tilt
wheels' are the latest things here for tables. b
i Give for backyard agriculturist These -- ..
Price NEWSNews kitchenette truck farms, equippedwith ----
FLOWERS rollers so they can be moved
''I for vegetables are dependent on I Medicatedwith
from shade to delivered
sunshine are -
l "
proper package, high quality
:! I standard grading says Dr. F. S. of Florida in Short Paragraphs with vegetables sprouting Ingredients of

Jamison truck horticulturist with berries planted for flowers bud f Vicks VopoRub
: to tastes. A water
the State Experiment Station. ding, according

I I' sI New York style lettuce shouldbe sprinkling system comes with the

"I outfit and care and harvesting of
; > packed In the western type --- ,

crates and not In the same type
I of crate that Is used for packing -
Dally .
the Big Boston variety, Dr. Jamison
j.i j. explains to illustrate what Is elected to make.tli.: attorney general's learned "an Influential association Full line of Caakete &: Undertakers Supplies
office a "real department of of Miami business houses" will at- AMBULANCE SERVION

meant by "proper" continue packages.to justice for Florida' Ed R. Bentley tack Florida's pari-mutuel wager- DAY AND NIGHT '
i Some cabbage growers
pack their round-headed cabbageIn Lakeland attorney and citrus Ing law unless the racing season 53 PHONE 53
grower, put his candidacy for the here is shortened. Convinced the
and do not get asgood O. U.
hampers they BENNETT Mjfr.
Democratic nomination before the
is too much
ONVALENTINE said, "there
the newspaper
voters. "
gambling, the business men have
Texas -
In the
UP'YOUR same product packed ---------- -
1 4tPANTLESS- -- consulted City Attorney J. W.

: ; DAY type crate. VICTIM: Watson, Jr., and Solicitor Abe Ar- -
CHARIOT High quality may be maintained
MIAMI-Bandits robbed L. W. onovltz as to ways and means of
<(< !r only> by careful selection of variety
Flander of his and pants securing relief. CROSS
t j ,ft i1:' IT'LL LOOK SO GOOD NO OTHER GIFT CAN judicious use of fertilizers control last night then money left him standingIn
ot insects and diseases harvestingat
: j. 'kt':r :(; YOU WON'T KNOW IT! CONVEY THE MESSAGE right stage of maturity and the middle of the road. After SLOTS AID POOR TIES WANTED

; 4 ';k THAT FLOWERS shipping at correct temperatures.To vainly flagging at passing motorists MIAMI Estimating revenue

f :,y'';.1.. WE BRUSH THE UPIf'y. DO ON VALENTINE maintain high quality In such Flander in his shirt-tall was from slot machine licenses wouldbe lilocks cut 50 inches long from green Ash, Magnolia.
i HOLSTERY. WASH ride to station
4" ) ,. given a police on
products as green corn, English $10,000, annually, Miami's city Tupelo and Black Gum.
I: the rear fender of a patrolman'smotorcycle
b IT AN EXPERT WAX. peas> green lima beans lettuce and commission has adopted an ordi- Diameter Price Diameter Price

-<, i I ,, ING. FLOWERS THIS YEAR cElery, It is necessary to lower the .. nance appropriating the money to 12 Inches ______________ 8c 20 Inches __u-_ nc

"JI'i1k, AND DISCOVER WHAT temperature of the package quickly --- the city's emergency food and IS Inches ______________ 9o 23 Inches __n_ h 24c

1 .; and to hold it low until It MANY PUPILS! SICK work relief fund. License fees 14 Inches _____________100 .,2& Inches __u_._ -- jg,.

Ii: 1 AT THE BEST PRICE A PLEASURE THEY reaches market Pre-cooling of JACKSONVILLE-Mumps, influenza ranging from $15 to $250 to be 15 Inches ______________120 2.5 Inches ---- -- jn,,

1 : IN TOWN ARE. packages before they are stored In and common colds causeda paid by both machine owners and 16 Inches ______________14o 28 Inches ------- 30,,

\ __________ __ Inches ______ _
." efrlgreator cars Is an effective large number of pupils to be absent "location" operators were fixed in 17 Inches 18o 27 s&

I?; I I Dr. from Jacksonville public 18 Inches ______________I8o 28 Inches _____-_ ._ 34,,
::1'4ty method of accomplishing this the commission
: AMOCO \MONO schools last week. a measure passed by 19 Inches ______-_____20c 29 Inches _____ _. 36r
; GAS TIRES PHONE 123J Jamison points out. Declaring 2,700 .

; j A grower should know the typeof children did not attend school, Superintendent .--. Cross Ties cut from green Pine, Oak, Cypress

l1ill of Public Instruction Tupelo & Black Gum.

1 ; I;}f'1 '; K & M SERV. STA. Mrs. L. G. Powell which product he the Is shipping particular prefers marketto and R. C. Marshall said the absentee DADE HAUPTMAN1 CITY-The Uev.NOTE John B. Slip Pine Tupelo Hi-art Pine Oak I

'I k1 r.: I>.\VE SILCOX should grade his products accord- list was not large enough to war &: Black Gum & Cypress

; I in,,,,. Ingly. To show this point Dr. rant closing the schools. Peden of Dade City has sent Gov- 7x9x8i/i _____________ SSo 7x9\8 H _____ .-_ __ 4V7x8x8W

l ernor Hoffman of New Jersey a ______________ 23c 7x8\8J6 ____u_____ a\c:\
Jamison that Southern
: ";.:",\ says markets TREASURY BALANCE DP copy of a letter he received in 1932 Bx8x314 _________ 15o 6x8x8Ns --------- r.c;
I of
like cabbage plenty
TALLAHASSEE The first signed R. B. Haupman and mailed 20 Blocks or 60 Ties make a Truck Load, Will pay above price. 'In
i : loose leaves around the head while
: '''i 1 -GET that worn the Northern markets only month of 1930 saw Florida's treasury from New York. Written in pen- Truck Loads, Loaded on my Truck at any place where roads

1 } I t tI a few leaves prefer about balance top that of Decem- I cil on ruled paper, the letter said: will hold up Truck loaded. Or 20% More delivered at Luwtr.i.,

f'I : woodwork under the very head. wrapper ber by nearly $300,000, and Janu- I "I have a friend who wants to buya
ary of 1035: by approximately farm in Fla. An orange grove
It Is useless, Dr. Jamison says, worth around ten thousand dollars.
I f 500,000, according to figures re- FLA.
a coat to try to grade a good pack from
: 4 eascd by State Treasurer W. V. One of your brethren, a minister

I_ a poor crop. Knott. Last month's balance was from Texas, told me you were a

I 5298210.97 as against $5,003- I good judge of Fla property. If

, : ::1 J ; t.l FOIl St'PEKINTENDENT 386 97 for December. you will find a place give me de-

TALLAHASSEE--, H ((13111)) scription of I It. I will send cash

i\ I: ti{ s Cates, for many years assistant PRAISES HOUDE"TUOL by reg mail to pay for It. I en-

chief clerk and chief clerk of the LAKELAND- Governor Sholtz close env for reply. Let me hearat I

I j ; : 1 PAINT I state motor vehicle departmentand says Florida's border patrol "has earliest possible date. Yours / / /

; t a former school teacher has prevented at least 50,000 undesir- truly, R. B. Hauptman.. The initials -

able transients from entering the in the signature first
announced his entrance were
: I. ): formally
COAT of Paint
( protecting Into the race for state superintendent I state this winter. The governor written "B. R" and then changed.

: ( r :{ ,.,' r can turn a shack into a castle. of public instruction, subjectto added that the border force has Peden said he had decided to I s 1 aI \

I' The new color the life and the Democratic primaries in contributed to better enforcement I send the letter to Governor Hoffman I ''I

of law in Florida. "Our people have when, the latter reopened the i
t t I a beauty it gives a home is: June
been relieved of a lot of hoboes Lindbergh kidnaping investigation.B thr4
: worth the effort of applying I i
racketeers and filling station hold I
) as'd '
{( ; it. Try ARREST WHITE SLIVERS up men," he declared.

I MIAMI-Five women and one .
t t 1
; ''i Davis 2.4.1 Paint! $3.50 Gal. man, arrested by G-Men tracking WOMENVOVT I'ARKCLEARWATERBecause Idl j E, ,vx

'..' II I Pure Linseed Oil $1.25 Gal. down an alleged white slave ring wom-
: 1y
y .f.L. Davis Floor" Enamel $3.25 Gal. operating between New York and en drivers refused to attempt to
; i
1 ,j I.;.1'I .. Florida the Winter park parallel to the curb in a con-
during season, Sure
t .r: They Properly
I Zanzlac I Enamel I (
$1., a It.r .
1 I I ---- downtown block Fort rI
; held in two Florida cities this gested on
'' were
t't.'V""I. Cleanse the Blood
; 1 :I ,I'f. week. At Washington J. Edgar Harrison Ave., the City Commission

; : '::1 I Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau has restored angle parking. YOUR: kidneys are constantly filter
Hardware SpecialsPocket from the blood
I r of disclosed Business men complained they felt *
i ,;1 '. !! { _____ Investigation ttreim. But kidneys sometimes Ug in I
the loss of the women's trade keenly
that the arrests followed "exten- ;
.j; ;I Ii'!D l ..I f Knives 35c to $1.00 Ive Investigation that has been in during the time parallel parkingwas their worfc-fail--do lo remove not-.ct-as impurities nature thai in'tcndtd

f b : .22 Short III-Speed Cartridges regress on white slave traffic act in effect. poison the system when retained. I

I I,,, I violations throughout the United Then you may sulfa nagging backache .
,, I ii', 'IV\ ._ ___________ 15c States the past several months." TO SINK VESSEL dizziness,scanty or too frequent

t ; j ,;:,.1 Shur-Shot Shells _______ 65c MIAMI-Tom Newman, head of urination,getting up at night, puff nel' w. ,
a salvage company here, is making under the eyes/ feel( nervous, mutra-
!' : r j No. 2 Long Handle Shovels $1 FLOODS TIIKEATEN preparations for towing the stranded bl_ll uptetDon't t.r .
TALLAHASSEE R I v ers In delay? Use Doan'i Plllt.
I' a j i 1'f; if 7 in. Krinley Plows ____$8.50 West Florida are surging toward Bull Line freighter Elizabeth to Don'f arc especially! for poorly functioning -
deep water and sinking the vessel,
Plows ___$9.50 their banktops under the Impetusof kidneyi. They arc recommended -
4 8 In. Brinley
a victim of the November 4 hurri- 1 1
1 heavy rains but there appearedno by grateful men the country 1 ((1 I I 1 1y
,P 'f tlrp ; at"' (5 i in. Mill Files -------- lOc Immediate threat of danger. At cane. Blown aground about a over. Get them from any druggist
I i quarter of a mile off Miami Beach
gip Yv e K in. Mill Files ____ 20c Caryvllle the Choctawhatcb.ee the Elizabeth was cracked. Muchof

I a 10 in. Mill Files ______ 23c measured 11 feet, 5 inches, a rise of the ship Is above water. New
one foot from Thursday, but Its
man said he had been awarded a
flood' stage is 12 feet. It will not
d We Congratulate The School On This Paper. be dangerous to lowland homes and $19,000 contract by the war depart. -
ment for removing the hazard to
I t
r property unless it rises to 18 or 20

,! I feet. The mighty ApalachicolaRiver shipping.--.--
BRADFORD HARDWARE\ CO. formed by the Chat tanoo- e 1
Y If the intake manifold Is kept at ei
r hee and Flint Rivers, measured
winter running temperature at
J. H. CAHLISIJC 2(0 feet at Chattahoochee, and gum L
deposits In the Intake valves can _
flooded its lowlands.
be decreased. i r
I" Tlll-l ('II((V1T flMltf IN 1 AMI -
KOH lilt.tnPOIIItOl' 'I'''. NO1'It'H' o
KI.OHItln, IN < II \N(- -:IIY. Notice Is hereby given that by
IDA nKKION.: ) virtue of execution issued out of the
1 i' Will They IMalntlff ) Circuit Court of Union County FlorIda \-cj
v. ) Divorce pursuant to final judgment rendered : t
1 LEO MORTON anEKN i Jn said. Court on the llth day
j '1'L} iii: Be Amply Defendant. ) of June A. U. 19.15: recorded In Record -
Oltl':11 or 1'IF.1I\.f Hook 1 at pane 331 of said
1O'I'l'F7'I't) .tl'I'FA It Court, and on the 13th day nf June,
TUB' STATE' OF FL.O1ULIA TO: A n. 19311. recorded In Foreign
i1 PROVIDED FOR Len Morton Green residence unknown Judgment Hook 3, pages 103 and 104.
: of the' public: records of Bradford i the Scenic
It appearing by affidavit annexed County, Florida.. for the recovery by J ;
t tf o the Kill of Complaint filed In the Ueneral Motors Acceptance Corporation ,
k When You Are .above-entitled cause that Leo Morton analnvt Mike Klonden H.
Green, the defendant therein Austin and H. F:. Hosier of the sum
named I I.. a non-renldent nf the State of (32883 together with Costa, the
Gone? of Florida, that hla refldenoe t. unknown undersigned sheriff of Bradford
that he In over the Hire of County Florida han levied said execution Beauty: -
2t years and that there la no one In upon the fallowing deocrlbvd -
the State of Florida upon whom I personal property, to-wlt:
!Summons! In Chancery would bind One I93.1 Sport: Coupe.: Kfoilel8CA1Z.
this defendant. Motor No 3402570. Serial
It IH thereupon, ordered that the No.lfl9.
aid defendant I.en Morton llreen, and will on the Ilule Day In :March,
h. and he. la herobv, inquired to appear to-wll: March 2nd', A, 1>. 1916 heiween -
to the Hilt of Complaint filed the legal hours of mild before
In said cause on or before the 2nd the front door of the Counly Court
lay. of Man-h. A, IV t IIIA. at the noun of Bradford County In Starke I
+, CnurthotiHe In Htarke.' Florida. oth- Florida. offer said property for Hale
1 f .rwIH" the allegation of said Bill lit public. outcry and will sell the
nf Complaint. will l h. taken an confeaned saline to the highest and bent bidder 4 C
bv nald defendant. or bidders. for rash i to satisfy said
1'c \% It I.. further ordered that saId order execution.Olven .
a tie publlNhttil once ft week for under. my hand In the City
1 tiF / 1 M Tour vonmtrutlvtt weeks In the Brad- of Hiarke. Bradford" County Klorld.%,
2 1e'r font County Telegraph a weekly this 3 day of February. A. J). 1930
i newspaper publl..heit In nald. rounly W. J. "Kl'F'UKHUN:
n and HtHte' prior to March I, 1934. ShTlff. tiradford County.
t Witness my hand' and the enl of ;I-7-4t.3-28 V '.
the Court at mark. Florida. this
1 let day of February A. 1>. 1936.OFFICIAL !s11FRIFF": Ktl.H
\ I ( HEAD hereby. antics I" given that I, 1ow =
i i A. J. THOMAS: W. J, :I.p..r"on. a* Sheriff of Brad-
Clerk of rirrult Court. fold (.ounty State of Florida, by i
+ T FRANK 1.\S'1> : virtue of .
t.A't IU'o.t. that pertain writ of execu
I A Attorney. for 1'lulntlff. tion lnKiied I under the hand and Heal.
J-7-41-2-SS of the lark
I of I the Circuit Court of '
llradrorrl' Co H 'y. Florida and bearing ,
elllliFF': U.1oJ d ', 1 't i. day of Hecem- I j Florida Motor Lines buses travel
I "Klven, that T, her i that certainn
W 1'.p.. i. Hherlff of Kra.i *ii..'ent u, even, date therewllu
runt ("<.>.."131''. Mate of "Florida by and of rrcoid In the publln record' .1'r --- .. r.-r.a 'L.o'-'i4' W.&.... .... 'hWaY5H.
virtue nf thai. lertnln writ of eiceciilloii of said. Hrnilfonl County Florida.. In
iHHtied out of and under the favor of ;\(. ,\. Smith an Liquidator are views. actually SEEN from the windows. of Florida Motor
i TilE LITTLE GIRL OK BOY, FOIl INSTANCE hand and' neal. nf the Clerk of the for Bradford, County Hank a corporation Las D.... altra-mod.m streamlined ha.... BUMS travel ilonq oce"

N AKK YOU SUKK YOU AUK LEAVING FUNDS: Clrrult Florida,Court and dated for. llradford;Nov; Uth County, ,.rd_, I. have and nitalimt levied J. and W. will Eilw 1- shores through scenic, OBD : 1911! Judgnt.nt'Intrd' upon main streets, sad boulevards .. lt'>
KNOLOU BKIIINI) TO CO.MI'LETF. THEIR EDIT- on that i-ertafn Hell at the South door of the court ol Iho .1. principal does. OnlT by
J :Nov/ 11th. A n lull.: In favor of the house In City of Starke.:: Bradford g can yon' .sllr ... and ."'0)' all FIorS...'. .",otlc besorf. Frequent
I CATION' COME; IN ANW LET US DISCUSS Hank of Htarke. a corporation, andagalnet County Florida on Monday the 2nd t departures, last depondabl. .*,.DI c
", |It.| |i. Kerce and S. ,'. CrewK. day of :March A, schedules and your choke ol
t 1IU6,
lorn: INSl'KANCK: NERDS': TODAY. have levied a beat and will >..n| to the the 'legal hours. of >die ,to the during hlith- 1'r routes make Ibis th. most Dloyabl way. 10 travel
t hlKhext and bld'-. fur each Pet and best I
a IT GIVES TS A FEELING OK PRIDE TO KNOW daring the legs! hour of sale on following J described bl.10,0-I lands for catch of the the i COMPLETE CmCLE TOUR OF FLORIDA. .... .$12.

Aa a f; THAT THIS ISSUE OK OUR COUNTY NEWI'l'EIt. .\- fj011/, ?IUd! In the front 2nd.' of tiny' the of South March dour A: property,. of being said. In J. Bradford W. Kiln-aril. and JACKSONVILLE80c ST. PETERSBURG __ gJuJr

7; ,, IS IlKINO: Elll'iE1Rat THE HIGH !SCHOOL i>f the i-ourthouH. in City of Starke Florida to.wit: pw,, of County#
Mradfonl County Florida. the fol: NEW r UNION \
of *
Section 1 Township I BUS STATION
the r
,property of said South. Hanrre S3 .:".t. Also Hi? of
t ,
LII \MLL MARK THEIR PATHS IN UVTEU WFE.alp' !:. R.Bald. P !Hradford'rw". and Count t lying.and Florida being to-In hip SEW. T of South 8Wi4,\ Range of Section. SJ Kant 3. Town. MRS. E. II. SMITH Agent

wit foI'S of 8WM of NWH and NW\-1\ N' of NK'4 of NWV. and wt"i Phone UO-\V Opposite Court IieawgIIIAMoTORLLL
+ I +,' "r SWt' "r srrtinn' n. Iii. owuap S W 4. Wfiv" of'Sectlon 10? "own.
HAROLD C. WALL IS South ItRnir 20 Kant. hip 1or 7 flana-e 23 Kant.

Sheriff. KI'HUHHOX: \V'. J. Kt-PERSO.V, :
} : of Bradford County Sheriff. of Bradford County.
Florida.t31.51.246 'Iorttl.
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CHURCH PINE --- n - :: ;(
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: .tA KE HALL Two Job Holders] IIONESTV most out of life and Q JI I ,'
"I Must chhe A Spanish settlement established ,
dire II. ---Ye Must" combined
-- B.tl'TiST CHCBCn Pastor M. McRac,-CorrespondentThis with many scripture references Again Win Out I don't think it possible to stress Highest Goal we must be honest I at St. Augustine in 1S6S by Pedro i .f,, ..t, 'f'":

OtI aev.C, a Price community was made sad made an earnest and helpful Bible this trait too much. and square in our everyday life. Mencndes de Aviles has an unbroken '',.i I I
o'clock a. m.
sunday School, 10 Sunday to hear of the death of W. lesson for the Tuesday evening Bible Honesty is the foundation and "Mldg" history to the present! day '' !1''' : '
I Supt Circuit Judge E C. Love last keynote to real success. We i
Thomas W. Balsden of Starke. ::
I 11 a. m.y study nt the Mission One man i 0.- _ .. ... .1:1' l i
luorning Worship, Mrs. Pearl Aldridge and son, icmarked upon reading the sub- : week dismissed for the third time might gain materially\; by being dl... L "" - .r-- <; (,, ... ,( ,

p, U. 6:45: p. m. Leonard, of Worthington Springs, ject announced, that there could 'Injunction proceedings seeking to hlnest, but do we really profit In
Worship, 1:30: p. m. be I stop the payment of state salaries the long run? There Is so much V a''
were visiting Miss no Illustration i
Evening: Myrtis Foun- of that, but 7HALL'S
Meeting Wednfo'- I to members of the 1939 pleasure and happiness In life if EAT AT
Teachers tain Legislature
S. I g:! Saturday. there was, and this man confessedto !
m. : employed In other state de- we only go about In the right way
6:411 p. Frank Fountain his astonishment
'IIY, : Wed- returned to and the benefit
Prayer service partments. to obtain It-not this "fleeting"happiness
Id.week Ocala Sunday after received from
[ spending a same. The seriousness -
- 30 p. m. H. held that Injunction was not or happiness that comes
week here
esday with his father, Gus of Christ's commands are PLACE
Fountain.Mr. taught in an Impressive In the proper court method, but coun- for a day or maybe a week but the
Church way lei U. A. Collins genuine enduring that ,
Methodist and Mrs. J. D. Rushing of these illustrations. i for of Jackson- : happiness
Pastot. ville who the comes from wearing a clean, ,
M. Montgomery. brought suit, said the pure
Rev( B Penney Farms, visited relatives There was a good attendanceeven I
Sunday Sc.ool-10 a m. here Sunday. though the night was cold. decision probably would be ap- and wholesome life. Newly] Remodeled] t
Wor.hlp-U a. m. pealed to the Supreme Court. Friends add a lot to pleasure and ,
Morning Mrs. Russell Thomas, of Rising An unusual service is planned for ;
I m. enjoyment to life but true trlendsdon't
Lcague-1:15: p. was visiting her parents. Mr. and next week when "NAILS" will be Collins sought to prevent Governor Convenient To School
last If not honest and
7:30 m. we are
inning Worship p.
Mrs. J. E. Starling, Wednesday. the subject and each one is re- Sholtc, Comptroller Lee and
to all these serv- sincere. So if we are to get the
aninvited. Treasurer Knott
I You Leslie Fountain spent part of quested to bring a nail to the service signing State 1,
e. last week In Gainesville with rela- Just any size, and kind. checks In payment of salaries to h
: -ChurchR tives. Also there will be one perhaps nineteen legislators for work In
Presbyterian BRING YOUR
i George H. Lowry. :Minister Mrs. Aacll Tctstone received two, new songs used; hymns, composed other departments. FRIENDS i ,
m.-Sabbath SchooL news this week of the death of her ( of members of the congre- Similar actions previously were

W,oo a M.-Morning Worship; grandfather Henry Davis, 89 who gation. You will want to hear dismissed by Judge Love. Fhllro RailloH-American and

,, 11 oo A the pastor. passed away at his home at Titus- these. Foreign-Pentode Audio System A Good Place To Meet

,rmon by Young Peoples Ves- ville last Friday. lUCK AND JANE -3 watts output\ Glow-
p Remember services at Pine Level NOTICEI Once there was a little girl and Ing Arrow Wave-Band Indicator -
I, .er 730 p m.-Evenhiff Worship. Church this week-end. will be at the following named boy whose names were Dick and 6 Phllco HighEfficiencyTubes /

; places on the dates stated herein Jane, and they wanted a car. Automatic Bass Com PLATE COLD SHOUT J

Rouen'ood Baptist Church GUM BRANCHMiss for the purpose of receiving tax Dick and Jane were walking in pensation Noise-Excluding LUNCHES DRINKS ORDERS";; c4...

K_v, I.. O. Hemingway, Pastor Elizabeth Ilarnage Cor. 'returns and applications for home- a park. Dick said Jane, whatIs Built-in
Services every Sunday. Bible stead exemption for 1936 to-wit: that I see over there?" Signal Amplifier

tidy 10:IS a. m. Services at 3:30: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutcherson Lawtey, Monday, Feb. 24, afternoon Jane answered, "I think it Is Aerial-Tuning System. '
[clock in afternoon. tend children, of Vanderbilt wheels" Dick said, "Fine! Now TRY OUR FAMOUSBARBECUES -

spent the week-end here with Mr. Theressa, Tuesday, Feb. 23, from we can make us a car. Jane, you f
BETIIEL BAPTIST and Mrs. Felix Sapp. I 10 to 12 o'clock M. go and get a crate while I go downto '

Rev. L. A. Donnley Pastor Vanice Keene, of Cross City I Hampton, same day, afternoon. the Orange Crush stand to get $20&upHART

Services every first Sunday. was visiting in this section Satur- Graham, Wednesday Feb. 26, 10 some boxes. Now we have the ;

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. day night to 12 o'clock a. m. things to build our car with." l t!

; Bible Study and Prayer Services Miss Vesta McRae of Pine Level, Brooker, same day, 12 to 4 They got nails and a hammer
Saturday night.Flrnt and to build the When
very spent Tuesday night with Ella Mae ,o'clock p. m. began car.

Sapp. New River, same day, 4 to 5 they had it built, they went down
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Christian Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Baldwin, o'clock p. m. the hill to the Orange Crush standto I -

ICev. W. T. McGulre Pastor is spending a few days with her It Is very necessary that home get an Orange Crush.

BIble School, 10 a. m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. owners file new applications for Their little dog Spot, followed t. IdW't

Communion, 11 a. m. Miss Gladys Knight spent Sun- exemption as under the law I am them and ran so fast that he rana

U Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. day with Miss Alice Edwards not authorized to give exemptions mile or two before he could stop. r

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: Mrs. Leroy Norman was visitingMr. unless such application Is made by When he finally got home Dick FURNITURE CO. : :

pm and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Friday the home owner each year. and Jane were asleep in bed.

Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. afternoon. Respectfully, By Roberta Whltfield. IImr.l NOTHING KEEPS YOUR 1 ,'

m and 8pm. J. F. Shaw, of the State Farm, N. D. Wainwright, tax assessor Third Grade. ,:
was in this section Thurs t
visiting Bradford County, Fla I ;

ht M.trks Episcopal Church day afternoon. .-- !! SWEET LIKE REAL; ICE. ,

Service on second, fourth and ENROLLMENT GAINS

Jitli Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. MONEY TALLAHASSEE-Florida State 4 Lj'J' +Illbp AND REAL ICE IS SO fer n }
and choir practice at J. P. Morgan( proved the
Litany College for Women today announ- "
7:30 o'clock on Friday nights pre- other day a better student of the ced its student enrollment at 1,736, ,: COMPLIMENTS 0 DEPENDABLE.
Bible than, his Thomas W.
ceeding Sunday services. partner. an increase of 110 over last year.Sixtysix .
Lament who Is a minister's son.
of Florida's sixty-seven
Mr. Lamont remarked before the
counties are represented in the en-

i Senate that Committee"The Bible on Foreign says moneyis Affairs students rollment.from In thirteen addition other there states are C. A. KNIGHTI Simply Call 12 And It Will Be Delivered '

BOB JONES the root of all evil." Mr. Mor-
and Cuba. Thirty years ago when
1 gan corrected him. "It Is the love the college was opened here, its Promptly To Your Door.CONGRATULATIONS. '
[ Comments On Here of money that is the root of all enrollment was fifty.

evil, according to the Bible" he I ,
And Hereafter said.Nine WISH THE STUDENTS OF B. II. S. I II If

people out of ten misquoteSt.
Paul, who never expressed any
There Is a conspiracy to rob
j American young people of their hatred of money as such but was ISSUE OF THE TELEGRAPH. THE I
everlasting right when he said that i
I faith in the traditions of their
the love of money Is the root of all SCHOOL MAY BE ASSURED OF MY
j country, their loyalty to the Bible I !
evil. Those who love money for
j and to old time authoritative reli-
Is own sake and not for the good It CONTINUED SUPPORT.
gion. For the last few years this
enables them to do are the real
1 conspiracy haa been working in enemies of the people. But money TO THE HIGH SCHOOL ON ITS FIRST 1
I schools college*, .and universities
4telf an-b aad.of ten Is a.tremendous
of this nation dollege professor) \
for in the handsof
I I have raised questions In the minds a possessor power who Is Imbued with BEST WISHES J I MEMBERS OF THE STAFF HAVE
of their students about our form
the Christian spirit of service to DONE A FINE JOB AND DESERVE
j of government and.about the religion mankind. ,.' frP'rt
of our fathers. We should CREDIT.tSTARKE
Is no more evil than
Money any
bear in mind that the "capital system -
other inanimate thing. It is only
I against which you hear such
its human owner who Is evil.--
a tirade was operating: In the daysof
Jesus. lie did not denounce Jackson County Floridan.
this system. condemned the Individuals -
< who under the capital STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS OYSTERS60c

[ system were not doing their duty. LAX TUB! "'..AIJJF.1tIf QuartA $30.00 IN FREE PRIZES \\'. i. WAIX, PROP.
Ha never condemned the a
once -
| system It fall to flUMi nut Impurities
I Jesus did not come to destroy 'and excess acids which cause the irregularity NOW ON
Tempting cold weather dish-
I \) the law The that waken you up. Get
but to fulfill It.
uihu, juniper oil In little Oysters In a hot milk stew or
yaw says "Thou shalt not covet green tablet ca h..J'lCi"U tII, the fried In cracker crumba. .
anything that to bladder laxative. Works on the
bladder similar to castor oil on the
neighbor"" Jesus did not tell the owelfl.> Poorly acting bladder can MAGNOLIAFISH

poor man to take away his nelghoor's cause! scanty flow, frequent desire, ,
burning or backache. In four days MARKET
property. Jesus exhorts the It not pleased any druggist will refund Sponsored By
man who is prosperous and who Is your ZSc. Mitchell's Drug;
strong to bear the Infirmities of ____ _
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the weak. His Is to PHARMACY
the individual whether appeal always the Individual I CANOVA One gallon ,

be rich or poor. The "social .i could lift a f +

istic gospel" which modern men For Expert RepairingSmith's FLORIDA fen lan I
are preaching Is not the gospel NEE RULES OK CONTEST AND REGISTER! AT -

,which Jesus Christ preached. You CANOVA PHARMACY Stegosaurus ; r ,

can<: not save men In mass. You '
I' must PRIZES: 1 mile ; I
I save them as Individuals.
" ,
,i r GaragePhone let Prize: -Flatting Tackle of value of $15.00.

v'>ung people In their conven- 2nd Prize-Flatting Tackle of value of 1000.

tons under the stimulating oratory 3rd Prl/c-Finning Tackle elf value of $ 3.00. '
>.f modernistic dreamers talk 120 .,... U ,'t t
iboui building a new world. They REGISTER FOR CONTEST NOW at Fisherman'!

ay< the present world In which were Wrecker Service Day or Night Counter Canova Pharmacy.
living is not
right. This we
'ill have to admit. I ii
Suppose am l
liVing in a house which Is not In 11 ; ,
the best of condition. The' roof "

eaks and there are cracks In the A'li'

(floor and there are many defects THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT ITBRADFORD

about which I could complain. So,
cause I do not like the defects, I A ROUSING SUCCESS
'i :
cule to build a new house. I go

out and build a house with no leaksIn ,

In roof and no cracks In the
(door The house is complete. It

ooks lovely, but the foundation Is

not good. The storm comes and

the new house falls and the old !> '

house with its defects still stands.
'In our house of government there ;

Ue leaks In the roof and cracks In TION OF THE PAPER IS

the floor, but there Is some mighty
good timber in the old house. It WHAT IS KNOWN AS A

III weathered many storms. Its "ROUSING SUCCESS" AND t >'? '
built on a pretty good founda-

'wa I recommend that we patch IT IS A PLEASURE FOR US

-'rhe I he old roof house and fix stand.the floor and let TO COMMEND ALL WHO C M...m".., Irfl'



means 1 to 3 more miles
CAPABLE Ask the Sinclair D../.rAgtnl
Bradford County ;

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Bradford County Telegraph I needs in the I well. ANNQUNCEMEN'i S
One of the greatest / FOR LIBRARYHOME Only one marriage license was ; arhaal,
town of Starke Is a community re We high school students Or at I trlrt o. i n, arnnrnrd n..n'4 h
issued by Judge E. K Perryman hereby r...
i Established 1877 t least moat of think studying announce n,}
creatlonal hall. The young boys o us TALENT IN PR.OEHJC- this week. It *'Ss to Ellihue Flowers I cIMat for re-cleetUin .
a community; need /some place t o, Old English Literature Is a waste of Mvhuul Board JlI"ml.i,.. -n,5
SS AA. E AE3 E R VL- Q spend their leisure time, Insteadof of time; bu't:.it really Isn't. Whenwe TION AT CX.tTB HOUSED and Erene Stanford of Key- No.Uomnrrntlc 1 nulijert to th, ..
stone Heights on 10. prlmai-j ,, ,
TONIGHTAt February i I" I
f ftLORim PRESS ASSOCIATION \ loafing. A large percentage of go back to English literature ele.lecl I pi-ornlm.. a fn,, 'I, I'
the crimes committed today are and read Pepy'K; Plary or Burn's the Woman's Club House tonight 'a'' "rtmlnlHIi-allon .f, ,,,. I ,,' (
I the office Your,1., "
f 1035 \j who have nothingto "To A Louse find it Hop Bottom, Pa., gets its name .
*' i MNd7GG. by those people we' very (Friday) at 8 o'clock, will be IM i-olloltcd and will i h., I ;,!II"
GVli1I do and probably get Into mischief amusing and u interesting. It is the best of the from the abundance of wild hops i predated iIle i .p
: ; .. ---_.. - --- - --- just to pass the time away. very peculiarly written but it is presented laugh found In the region I "p J ctfutl\.
I year; an hour and a half of fun, C Sell i
\ !r; 1$ Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I* the community could Just see fun to compare It with the writingsof music, mirth, and comedy, in the .- ......
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida 1 the need of a recreational hall the today. And we find them writ- swift moving entertainment, "Pho-
", : money spent for this would not be ten differently.It tograph Reveries" family albumof

..t M, !' E. \ratthewIL __ _ __' __ Editor and Owner spent In vain. will be a source of great plea- living pictures. FLORIDA FUNERAL SERVICEJ.
There should also be a library sure when In our later years we are
J Well known local persons In costume -
-- -- -- connected with this probably In able to help a young person translate McEWKN!
will pose' in a giant albumon
,1\ j SUBSCRIPTION. RATE some other part of the building, and understand it. When.youhave 231 E. CALL ST.
the stage as some known char STARKE FU
for those who do not enjoy sports.A been Instrumental in helping >R0.iAMBULANCE {
; t Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c: -Payable in Advance acter of the past generation. There TELEPHONE 149
community center serves a someone to love and appreciate
Advertising Rates on Application will be twenty pictures and Interspersed
; Jl two-fold : the recreational' literature, have rendered REASONABLE
i' .----- --.-- purpose good you between them will be piano AND EFFICIENT
v "ji'i ---------- -- -- activities and the opportunity of a service which can't be taken
soloes, vocal numbers -
; : : : Dy A. W. A. becoming acquainted and being away from him-An "Education." readings, and dances group by well- SERVICEWE
L friends with the people of your "Midge.
; known and recognized local talent.
3)ll both new and old. -- --
community 0ABRAHAM -
}. t i I Time i is not money-it'a a magazine I -- 'o LINCOLN This play is being put on by the INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR
(. library division of the Woman's
; :itrt e TWO GREAT NEEDS OP By A. \V. A. Club for the benefit of the public
\ t( We much rather see snow in the movies: OUR SCHOOLOne Lincoln was reared In a little library. Among the "photos" will

H: A I 3t'' ti ... 0--- great need In Bradford log cabin on a pioneer farm In be that of the ancient and modern
County High School Is a Home Kentucky.. He had a noted mother bathing girl The four generationsthe '
: i i I In our opinion, the best book is a bank book. Economics department for the just because she could read and ( Brownlees), Dr. Squlbbs, The 11c'

1.1., -e---- girl: Home EC not only teaches write, which most of her neighbors "Dude", The maid of Long Ago,,
; 1 A rainy, wet, dreary day is just fine-for ducks one to cook and sew but It also could not do. Lincoln inherited Phoebe, and many others, all In 1 Patterned
: teaches: one Interior decorating, from her a love of knowledge the costumes of the "gay BO'a." Plain RUG BUYS
--o-- which Is very helpful and needfulIn good nature, and sympathywith er
r t i 1 The middle man, of course, is the one who gets squeezed a home. You also learn color all suffering, whether of peo- I Organizer Here

0 harmony, which goes a long way In pie> or animals. The' one book in W. H. state
the cabin the Bible. He al- Hartley organizer
: I Florida fact: The shorter the shorts, the longer] the tan, making a home attractive. Things' log was ." for the Townsend Old Age Recov-
read Progress.
just as these mentioned above are so
'.' Plan, was in Starke this week
'' 0- I the things which every girl should "AEsops Fables and Weems," "Life ery
for conference with H. H.
s ; Many a man who has a sugar coated line is a had pill to know and moat girls are Interested of Washington and perhaps "Rob- president a of the club here Young,
in this line of training. inson Crusoe" He always had or !
take. -I
Another needed course in the got the best of books to read CORRECTIONIt ,' i

o school Is Manual Training for the When Lincoln was twenty-one, was stated in last week's
i The only solution to the tax problem seems to be more boys. We have this departmentin he was given the name of "Hon- Telegraph that Mrs. A. M. Darby
Abe." of that
est He was prouder
but due to the lack
l taxes. the school was re-elected chairman of the
; of the needed the name than any name they could
equipment coursecan't
Health Council. This
> I i o that was an error
have given him. He thought
be prcperly taught. This as she was elected to succeed Mrs
When we step on the gas, safety steps out and death course also comes in very handy was the greatest honor or compli- Vonda Inman, who served
| steps in. around the home for doing little ment anyone could pay him; but creditably as chairman during very the BARGAINS NEVER BEFORE
,4 how people today
odd jobs such as fixing a broken many
., o -- called "Honest Abe"or past year. DUPLICATED IN
+ table boast at being STARKE
leg on a chair, repairing a .
+, i; One thing's sure-.daylight saving time doesn't fool the etc. It Is also such a help to the what ever one's name might be. A satyr is a masculine wood

: : roosters. school.So Since honesty Is being stressed in nymph; a dryad, a feminine wood Living Room Suits at Low Prices.

i can readily see that these our school so much, It's a good nymph. 3 PC. Bed Room Suits
{ t -- 0 you time to study Lincoln and what he $49.50 up, Terms

, As a usual thing the business man who is poor is a poor two courses are very m u c h thought about being honest. It Holland also is known as the
'' needed here. The practical coursesare certainly won't hurt to go a little Netherlands. Beautiful Rugs at Low Prices
< business man, the ones that should be
''' ::1:u:. o taught really in every high school out think of what the way it will to mean be honest later. and martyr President for whom the 9 PC. Dining Room Suit at Low Price.

: j How to keep from getting old : Give out of gas on the -- -- Lincoln held the highest office of nation and the world mourn. Only YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICES
railroad track. HEADINGWide the U "President.." He stepped yesterday did we celebrate the
1 hard birthday of one of the best loved CALL ON US AT ONCE
S reading Is one of the best into this office at a very
o educators there Is. You not only time: that time when the union Americans of any time. One's
a ,1 ; Experience is a good teacher but she seldom stops to answer get the benefit of what another was so upset over the war. He time would be well spent In study- JOHN H. DENMARK FURN. CO.

f' questions. person, thinks but you also learnto would walk: down the rows of tents ing the life and character of such
S. .,
I9ll express your thoughts more ef and talk to the soldiers who would i wonderful man.
o--- .
him with -- ---- -
fectively. cheer him. Seeing sitting .
rt :;. j An apple a day keeps the doctor away-unless you get a This is an excellent way of in- Grant in a tent on the field, and -

1 seed in your wind-pipe. creasing one's vocabulary if he you see the greatest statesman and NOW! A
really wants to. When coming greatest soldier of the nation. You COMPLETE RAILROAD SERVICE! DOOR-TO-DOOR HANDLING .
it -
: o
: across an unfamiliar word if you see his great gladness when the I OF LESS THAN CARLOAD SHIPMENTS AT
Our grand children are going to have a fine time paying would look it up and use: it several war Is over, while' hla heart is sad j I'I'for LOW FREIGHT RATESFOR

", ( p i: this $30,000,000,000 debt. times right then you won't be very the conquered who suffered soerribly.
likely to forget It. Nothing leavesa Then th- assassin fires p
' better impression of a person and the' mighty leader falls, a

' When a speech runs for more than two hours the speaker .. .. ..... .. '
i l .' isn't the man of the hour. .,"". '!I '1t\\ .' .. "_"IiJr., : ." '...",-.. .d.. .. ... .. .... ..' /" pUiVEBYeXvke
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1 t o
II r Definition of a jury (as seen by the lawyers) : The sleepiest HALLfS

t j 'r twelve men on earth.

I o

f',: ; y ., If you want to know how many close] friends you have,

) I try to borrow five dollars.
t i L

1 Pros and cons: Townsend plan, happy land ; two hundred -

t. '; dollars, inflation follows. I LOCATION:' IN HALL'S! BARBECUE BUILDING
I '? i, t Learned men say !storms are caused by vacuums. Maybe I

', | that's why so people storm. CARLOAD FREIGHTOR

t r'i'p n I

;., h ; ,' It never rains on an unjust man if he can get }hold] of an I CORN FLAKES, 2 Pkgs. ,', 13c t

t t umbrella belonging. to somebody else. AH i ALLOWANCE. F .

""I oiq' "- FLOUR, 24 Lbs. (Guaranteed) .__ ..68c .

t t 'l\ Time goes at the rate of sixty seconds per minute butt r of liv. cents pet hundred pounds i i. made at

q At: we step on the gas we can do eighty. MUSTARD, Qt. 32-oz. 9c hipping make your and/or own drayage delivery arrangements points ij you. prefer to

r ?-o-'- 1 1t

Girls, autos, trains, and airplanes are streamlined now- SALT, IVa Lb. Pkg. 2c OrfE

,: i y 'n-days. Houses will! be next, probably. TRANSACTION I
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c .
I Your goods
-o are promptly collected by truck at
The man who wins is the one has been counted out j .. your own door-ru.h.d to destination by Seaboard
1 LARD (Best Compound) 12c freight.rvic.-d.Iiver.d by truck at the door
? : several., times but can't hear the referee. II pecliy. Ju.t phone-the Seaboard doe. the rest

" o I I CORN Standard, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
It appears that we've just about reached the top of the)jt' ONE RESPONSIBILITYA I

% s I;t'; tax mountain. V/hat's on the other side? !i SYRUP Georgia Cane, Gal. 40c

t receipt i Is .given; you when good. are called
t i : The politician says raise the taxes to meet the budget ; GRITS, Medium 10 Lbs. .. .. ': 25c guidance for-lh.y while are carefully in tran.il-a handled undor expert
receipt taken
# 4i ewe? say lower the budget to meet the taxes. dehvery. Railroad re.pon.iblhty from door upon to

p 4 ('d'I C) MEAL, 10 Lbs. __ __ _. .. ISc door,

I*! Many tire seeking prosperity. They do fifty around the I 'I

}', ; |1 corner to find it, but frequently find the hereafter. PRINCE ALBERT, Can _. .: lOc LIBERAL APPLICATION I ((1
I O RICE Fancy 5 Lbs. : 20c E Anything, with few exceptlolll, be
) : may shipped
' ; J ; 1 The Sioux Indians are on the warpath again. The to any polnt-re9ardl..s 01 diltance.

; fifarsnl was good but the film shots were a failure.
l ; '% o C. 0. D. SHIPMENTS. I

t' / ; ,r 'II The world would be better off if we'd wear the same I SALMON, Can lOc, are also .. 11
1 ,famlle at home that we wear when we're away from it. picks The Seaboard not only
.." 0 I MILK, 3 Sm. lOc; 3 Large __ 19c amount UP of your dIlV'invoice your and good remits but collects lb. lu I

I f//( } And remember if your head begins to swell after the first you A nominel char'le Is made for promptly C. Q. D.to

f .' thousand;? dollars, it wasn't because you let ideas soak into it. I DILL PICKLES, 32-oz. 13c service,

;1, A newspaper is a lazy dog.0 It is an ink line (incline) and PEANUT BUTTER, 12-oz. lOc TRY ITV!
t Iran incline is a slope-up (slow pup) and a slow pup is a ]lazy TOMATOES This Dew aervice bring the ''dog. Standard Pack, Can 6c doorextends it to practically Seaboard to your "

I ,r' --p BACON White, Lb. 16c the Inything-call country your Next lime you sbip every or door order 14 }

We've reached the conclusion that politicians don't use the dete.1. of S.sbo.rdh.ightaq.at. Get
a .i knives and forks-we hear so much about their sticky fingers ONIONS, Yellow Globe, 3 Ibs. lOc nomical! lerytce-tben complete,hln ,or reliable order your end Ship..***

0- Drive in My Lot, Toot Your Horn for I.
,*r'' Then there was the man who taught his twelveyearoldi a

i ton to drive the car because he wasn't old enough to be trusted Delicious Barbeque This Week-end lOcHALL'S '

; I .1 as a pedestrian.--.0.- LUl I SEABOARD : :

A New York judge has ruled that it isn't necessarily 1U GROCERY

r' bel to call a man a bum. But he doesn't promise to buy the _

kit beef liver when you get a black eye for doing so. ----------- AIR LINE RAILWAY
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