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 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02529
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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blished 1877 -:--- .- .- Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor andLV'IE. Owner .

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Eight pounds of fish
Yesterday was the last day that
Group organisation in the parent

T HIGHPOINT 13 and o'clock Just ice north Tuesday were of scattered Lawtey morning over about when Road 3:30: a COUNTYJOBSHayes game possession conservation could, N.be legally D. W'alnwrlght" for In a Bradfordand person's, Jr., t' FOR FENCING ,1 education the Florida program WPA Is, being a project carriedon of AT MEETING : '

agent I' In Starke and other towns in
large Dodge truck blew out a tire I Union Counties. advises hunt- the ,

\\Business Men's Club and local overturned.A wrecker. was called to the I Enters Race ers Florida and others. The that* game lawsof Association 'Will Take I Classes here are held twice every Growers Sign- Contracts ; )
provide game maybe school day in the week-from 4
1 To Center Activities scene and the truck brought here For County Tax kept in one's possession for not Over Project If o'clock to 6 o'clocJIn\: the afternoon 'With Government j '

On Project for repairs. If any Bradford Coun- AssessorDURDEN more than five days after the and from 7 o'clock to 9
'WPA Does Not
ty fisherman had passed by at the close of hunting season. Saturday '
o'clock at night. They are held In ? '
time could have returned -
they The season on quail. turkeys and -
the school house and are in chargeof '
])CAL FARMER VOICES home with a fine "catch" for it Is WILL SEEK squirrels closed February 15. The I SEEK TO KEEP CATTLE F. A. Scott. DYER TELLS GROWERS t

FEED FOR PLATFORM said that fish were piled high In LEGISLATIVE POST season on deer ducks doves and OUT OF CITY POUND The purpose of the classes has RULES F 0 n PLANTING ,, '. '
the road for a distance of several other closed. some time 1 .
j game ago been expressed as follows: "Pa r,
farmers marketing center wa hundred feet.Another With the formal announcementthis and possession of this game is now A renewed pledge to continuethe rents are beginning to realize that Almost half of the ISO bushels 1'II '
kin th chief topic of discussion accident took place week of E. W. Hayes for the barred. I fight for fencing the town of parenthood is a vocation and that of Sea Island cotton seed that hive ,

[the Business Men's Club here Tuesday night when a big truck, office of county tax assessor and Interest in hunting flagged long 1 Starke against the Inroads of cat- its responsibilities can be met only .already been purchased for use in ,
Lnday, The committee appointtwo on which was being carried a new the Informal statement of A. A, before the season's end this year I tle from surrounding lands was 'by those who bring to It an educational Bradford County this season were ?i 4 '
[ weeks ago to investigate car, and behind which was being Durden that he would be a candi- because of the scarcity of game. 1, made Saturday afternoon at a ; equipment sufficient for the subscribed by farmers at a meetIng -
kslbilitles of establishing such a towed a broken down truck, enter date for representative In the state There are several different theories I meeting of the Bradford-Union :tank. Changing condition have held Saturday afternoon in the ,

rket here reported progress and ed Lawtey at a high rate of speed.In legislature, politics here showed aa to the cause of this scarcity, but i I Livestock Association held In the :created difficult problems for families court house. Twenty-eight grow '
(try angle of the project la be- trying to make a right angle signs of entering the first heat of most hunters agree that the young court house. and it Is necessary to adopt ers signed up for seed and alsi> lj

t thoroughly probed. turn the truck collided with a pas pre-prlmary activity game was drowned by the exceptionally -I j Representative Charley E. Johns, newer method of child training." signed the agreement regulating ,., ,

; ., Letsch a prosperous farmer senger car. Otto Hill negro driverof Mr. Hayes served as tax collector heavy rains this fall. president of the association, discussed The classes are free and all parents planting and controlling the sale J
bag north of town, represented the truck. was fined $5 for reck from 1928 to 1932 and will base the possibility of obtainingsuch and other interested adultsare of the prospective crop of seed. '

\ growers side of the question at les driving. The driver of the passenger his campaign on his record In of- a project under the WPA and Invited to attend. Each class L. T. Dyer Union County farm ,,
|meeting, and voiced the need ofib car was also a negro. I fice those four years. He sounded SOUrFFLORiDABerry asked the members present If they meets once each week. agent, conducted the meeting and '
a center here. There is no out public opinion in all parts of I wanted to try to raise funds for answered questions put to him by ,' ,

Lbt, he said, of Bradford Countyng i, the county before making his an- the fencing by subscription if efforts -! enthusiastic growers concerning ,''
able to support a market. DEBT BOARDStill I j nouncement. Mr. Hayes said, and Crop i to get It done by the government PL NNINGBOoVInsists the revival of the cotton Industry ,

timers would not hesitate tolit was greatly encouraged by the reception failed The vote was unanimously In this. county, which now seem 4 ,
: t a variety of truck if they which the prospect of his In favor of such procedure.Mr. assured. He made It plain that ,
|re sure of a means of disposingIt Seeks candidacy received.Mr. HIT BYRAIN Johns told of the fight In the On farmers are planting this crop on '

be said. Durden, who said he would I last Legislature to successfully I "their own hook" and the government I

Information111! be sought from TO AID FARMERS make his formal announcementlater -_ kill no-fence legislation but warned or no individual can be held I
| State Marketing Board as to was formerly a prominent SHIPMENTS lltfttE WILL the stock men that a stronger CITY FENCINGMET responsible! for Its success or fail .{
\procedure for pitting a market resident of Hampton, but is now NOT BEGIN UNTIL LAST effort than ever would' be made to ure. U

[ operation here. The recently living in Starke. He served for OF MARCH pass the no-fence law at the next Carl Johns and L. O. Hazen. ''

nplete shipping platform near ONLY ONE CASE HAN twenty-four years as marshal and session. Several members made WITH DISTRICT WPA members of the local cotton committee

i railway station can be used to DLED so FAR IN deputy sheriff of Hampton beforehe The latest cold spell. which did short talks and all were agreed IN GAINESVILLE; were present and took applications -

Lse the project, it Is believed. THIS COUNTY entered the mercantile business not hit Florida with the force predicted that a no-fence law would finan- LAST WEEK for the seed which la ,j.J'
there in 1911. He was a memberof .. was apparently broken yes- cially ruin the) small stock owner. stored In S. R. Johns' warehouse. ;

:HURCH ELECTS Foreclosure on 908 Florida farms the county bond trustees for terday as rising temperatures were ---..---- Members of the County Planning The price has been set nt $1.60 per k .

and groves, having a combined sixteen years. marked with showers.In MUSICAL FILM Council met with officials of the bushel and the present supply of
OFFICERS mortgage debt of $2,316,113 and Another formal announcement the meanwhile Bradford district WPA office In Gainesvillelast seed J I la expected to be t:> exhausted 4

involving approximately 46,500 this week came from Stafford L. County farmers waited for an unusually I AT RITZ Friday and insisted that the In a few day. However, it Is hop. : c'' '
>.NUAL BAPTIST BUSINESS acres of land, has been averted Crews, of New River, who is an- bitter winter to run its i project of fencing the town of ed that more can be secured later. ',.".; '
MEETING HELD LAST during the past fifteen months nouncing for re-election as a member course, and it was predicted that it "MILLIONS IN THE AIR"IS Starke be kept as number one on Mr. Dyer stressed the fact that 3 T4

WEEK through extension agreement and of the county school board. J. would be late in March before TRAVESTY ON the county's preferential Hat. the best grade of seed was not 't ,

:creases: in the work of all de- refinancing arrangements effectedby C. Prevatt, of Lawtey, announced strawberry plants'' here begin RADIO The WPA officials were frank to .;.available for this county, since tho J

:ments was reported at the an- fifty-one voluntary county committees formally last' week for the school bearing sufficiently to make large The mechanics as well as the admit that they had not looked supply Is very limited. He advised 'k ,

I business meeting of the Bap- of the Farm Debt Adjust board. I shipments to northern markets.It spirit of the radio amateur programs with favor on this project, but said farmers to make a germination '
I Church held Wednesday night ment Commission At Florida. Set- Others who have announced informally Is reported that heavy rains! come In for some good-na that they would give it consideration test on the seed they purchase to ;

jant: week at 7:30: o'clock. A tlements Included the payment of are Carl Johns for tax have played havoc with the berry I tured spoofing In the new Para If it was the wishes of the find out how much they will have.)
I financial heard $80,550 in taxes. colle.tor: L. H. Hill of Lawtey, for at Plant City where the mount screen farce, "Millions in council.It to plant to an acre to get a good ,
report was crop
tax Sheriff W. .1
assessor, Epper
.the i budget for bal- These figures are contained in shipping season would ordinarilynow the Air" which Is playing at the was Intimated that several stand
"".. .. the.. .year. -- aTeport-lwraed-'from: the commis son for state senate, C. C. Butler be at its heltjm4.However. sev- Ritz Theatre Sunday,.and Monday, new projects would be started in Following Is the agreement that '

I.'ficors follows sion' Tallahassee headquarters by for state representative, J. H. eral cars of berries rolled out of starring Wendy Barrie, John Howard Bradford County at an early date, farmers who buy seed must sign: ,
few Deacons were elected as L. : Executive Secretary S. Lehr Mil Moore, of Lawtey, for the school ,. there the first of the week in spite Robert cummings, Eleanore Among those mentioned as being I ((1)) The grower agrees to plant ,
\ Arch./I Thomas: Hugh W. J. ler. 'v board. of the near-flood that swept the Whitney, world's fastest tap dancer likely to be started was the Improvement I the seed In an isolated place at '
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l Through voluntary adjustments area last Saturday. Monday afternoon I George Barbier and many of county roads. All I least one mile from any cotton except 4

trustees A M. in cases where the debts were so Clinic For Children fruit was bringing from ten I others. new projects started must' be I cotton planted with the same .
I'som Harold C. Wall Darby, Ray L. I excessive from the standpoint of Disabled children in this county to thirteen cents a pint In spite of.I Most of the action In this scheduled to be finished by July 1. I kind of seed If he finds that his i '

f'twnlee Oscar Andreu., Hugh P. :MMoot present property and crop values!will probably attend a clinic for poor quality. Fprlghtly film takes place In radio At the present time the main I' neighbor will plant short cotton or '
Luther G. Powell. I as to make unlikely their eventual crippled children to be held in Lake The Plant City Courier had this, studio and the villain of the story project being worked here Is the any other type of "Sea Island cot .

purch Clerk: Mrs. George A. repayment in full, the $2,316,113 of City Tuesday if arrangements can to say about the recent weather,lIs ol' Debbll Gong. addition to the county court house.It I' ton within a mile, the grower .
j'erson,'! original debt was settled for $1- I'be made for getting them to and there: i "Broadway Hostess," the First Is about half completed. agrees! to return the Sea Island ,
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of last with -.- seed to the authorities from whom ,
hurch rreasurer: John H. Pow- 794,783, a general scale-down of from that place. Mrs. dennis "The heavy rain Saturday ,I National tomedy drama mu-
twenty-three per cent for a saving I Hickok, county health nurse says is reported to have done about everything sic, which will be seen on the Ritz SCHOOL WINS the seed was obtained. In the

.anlst Mrs. Levy Canova Mrs. to hopelessly overburdened farm- that about ten children will go 'I to the berry crop except screen Tuesday and Wednesday of event of a poor stand and any replanting 'i.f
M Biggs, Asst. Pianist. ers of $541,330.In I from here Is possible.. Efforts are wash the bushes up
holr Director: John H. Powell. fifty-one counties, the committee being made through the Business away. In some patches berries are I I most delightful and entertaining I use only the original type of Sea '
j Jnday School Officers and Tea- still are engaged in settle- Men's Club to obtain cars and drivers reported to have been blown from pictures of the season, but It Intro I I Island seed and. not to use short
fis 1 ment of 450 pending cases having to send the children to Lake the bushes while in others they i; duces as a film ete'ithe girl who :I cotton seed or any other type of ,,
?iperlntendent: Mr. A. Thom- original Indebtedness of 1526419. City. stood under water for hours after made the song, "The Lady In Red" I I| Sea Island seed ,'
| General Secretary: H. T. Hall, The commission was organizedby the downpour and In still others I famous, Winifred Shaw. With a Bradford County High School ((2)) The grower agrees to take ,

t Dept Secty: Sinclair Peek, Jr. Governor Dave Sholtc in No- The first American almanac was even the green berries were whip- I supporting cast composed of Genevieve Tuesday received official notice proper care in fertilizing and cul- ; ,
frnita: Barefoot vember, 1934, with J. P. Newell, of published by William Pierce, of ped off the vines by the force of Tobin, Lyle Talbot, Allen from the Florida Fair and Gaspa- tivating hIs crop, and as far all .

Treasurer: H. L. Brownlee. Tallahassee, as chairman. It has Cambridge, in 1639. the wind, rain and hail." Jenkins, and Phil Regan. I rllla Association at Tampa, that possible, to protect it from boll
--- weevils the fallensquareK.
'brarlan. J. H. Pitts. been operating as a division of the the school had won second prize for by picking up ,

Pianist Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson. U. S. Resettlement Administrationsince "Doc" And'His Bottle Were Surely Pair; WPAlEMPLOYSACTORS 1 tho "County School Making the '
Uult: Teachers: C. B. Price, Mrs. last September, when the fed- Best and Most Complete Exhibit"at ((3)) The grower agrees to pick, '
l 4M. Darby, Mrs. L. A. Canova. eral agency assumed sponsorshipof I He Stepped On A Bridge That Wasn't ThereBy the State Fair held there Feb. promptly and thoroughly dry his 4'
( a nation-wide farm debt adjustment 4 to Feb. IS. seed cotton and to take all of his '
oung People: Mrs. O. W. Alder- --
program. H. E. LAGERGREN Crow" in his pocket do him, A check for $15.00/ accompaniedthe crop to a gin approved by the
Bradford County letter- for second' and Government, to keep separate the ,
r'lte"nedlate[ : Mrs. L. G. Powell, Members of the over Sunday --$15 prize,
fW E Perkins, Mrs. R. L. committee, any of whom will In 1897 the city council of There were no street lights In STAGE PLAY fifty cents for the best carriage bright and damaged cotton, and to '
hpjunior. accept applications from farm debtors { Starke decided to have the streets that part of the town. "Doc" toddled -I Mae Blossom Williams and Rob- model, which was a small part of have his cotton ginned on special I .

Mr. Hugh Walters Mr*. or .their creditors, are. Dr,, "worked"-for the first time in along Madison street (markedby ert Demorest, Jr., both former residents the whole exhibit. The check will day designated for ginning Sea. !
Knight. E. I.. Biggs chairman: Nat Stern- eleven years, and a foreman was a line of young oaks) until his. of Starke and well-known be presented at school assembly to Island cotton and under condition

Primary: Miss Pauline Priest. berg; secretary: ; H. L. Brownlee, J. appointed to see to it. Those days private path turned out to the left. actors will appear in "Mary.Mary, Eddie Hartman to help defray expense that wUl prevent mixing; of thai ,
Ethel Moore.eglnner M.. Brownlee and C. C. Butler; all loafers were plentiful here and J In the darkness be could only feelit 1 Quite ,Contrary" in Jacksonville of carrying exhibit to Tampa seed with other varieties. liJ ,
: Mrs. C. B. Price. of Starke. This. committee to date they were rounded up Into a force", with his feet. Soon be couldsee February 28 and 29. The play Is setting, It up and looking after ((4)) The grower agrees not tr i 'J
radle with $1,800 derisively called the "chain gang. In the window of Ms It. while there sell any of his cotton In the seed
settled the
Roll: Mrs. H. T. Hall, Jr. has one ca e light being staged under the WPA Federal '
.institute Teachers: of original Indebtedness for $1- All the gutters and ditches were home. He knew the exact location Theatre project.Pre8entatlon The whole school and county except in an emergency and with
Department: Mrs. W B. !: filled up, and the foreman's first of the bridge and stepped out of the play in Jacksonville should be proud of Eddie and his the distinct understanding that the I
have the big outlet of such seed cotton I Is informed
render care was to fine work. purchaser
John H. Powell. ------ on It.No. Is a part of a state-wide
foung Peoples Department; Mr*. !500.DEFENSE EXHIBIT ditches cleaned out. An Important not on It, for it wasn't there. activity designed to give the people --'--- .. and understands that the ,"
ditch ran along Orange street seed Is subject to U. S. Department :
f I I. Brownlee. Instead he stepped into three feet of the theatre now living here LESTER JENNINGS
,'erraedlate Department: Mrs. ON DISPLAY from Madison south. Work was of water, running"like a mill race. another chance before the foot- of Agriculture control, as to storage g
I started on It with twenty men a VISITS. HERE price and distribution as outlined j I
and over, got
I rge: A Anderson. 1 He turned over lights and at the same time afford
COMPANY Saturday morning in August, It and full of hateful wa- In Paragraph S of this agree ,
junior Department: Miss' Fran- HEADQUARTERS mouth nose he public an opportunity to witness -
Hemingway. SHOWS INTERESTING looked very much like rain and ter, until he had almost reached drama of the better kind at TOWNSEND PLAN OPPONENTTO ment. ch
"Imary Department: Miss Mar- EQUIPMENT the foreman urged his not very I Lafayette street, when his. coat minimum costs. SPEAK HERE IN ((3)) The grower further agree .4
Hemingway. enthusiastic crew to have the ditch caught on the root from a large MARCH that all of the seed shall be placedIn

I'-g-lnner and Cradle Roll Dept.: In observance of National Defense cleaned out before the rain started. I stump. Almost drowned, but completely Townsend ClubRev. Lester W. Jennings Jacksonville proper storage at central location ,
.4 Doris SUcox. Week an exhibit of the equip Just west of the ditch, between I sobered, he succeeded In and candidate for Con approved by the State Experiment !: ,
ficers of 1 ment used in the intelligence section First and Second streets, stood a reaching terra flrraa. J. T. Barnes a Baptist min attorney a Station, Extension Service '
Missionary Society: from this district was greetIng -
resident: Mrs. A. M. Darby. of the National Guard Is be- cottage known as the Jack Wynn For day after that, wheneverthe ister. and the Rev. W T. McGuIre, gress friends and making, new acquaintances and cooperating agencies, to bet 4 t
*>t Vice President: Mrs. R. L. ing displayed in a window of house. It wa occupied by a physician foreman and "Doc" met, the of the Christian Church, addressed here Wednesday. held unltl February 1, 1937, foC .
P ,. Mitchell's Drug Store by Headquarters known as "Doc," and his former's greetings were answeredby an enthusiastic meeting of the optional purchase by the U. S. Department '
Mr. Jennings who recently announced
.d vice President Company 2nd Batallion, family. In front of the gate two a truculent glare from the lat Townsend Club in the court house of Agriculture at oil mill ,
: Mrs. Milton his opposition to the
VflIe.Cretary. 124th Infantry. planks were laid across the ditch ter, who clenched hla fists and Monday night. H. H. Young, presIdent Townsend Plan. said that he would .prices plus handling costs. The '
'' : Mrs. J. H. Lord. : The exhibit which was arrangedby for a bridge. To facilitate digging muttered "You would kill me!" The of the local club In reviewingprogress probably speak here some Satur- grower further agrees that, at the )
Lt. T. T. Long. Includes fltld threwthe totally of the organization In all of the date, all "
Forrespondlng Secretary; Mra. there, tha men man of the picks and shovel, day In March. He Jokingly said expiration option
I. and telegraph seta radio but later parts of the country.this week said seed available for sale
{ : Wiio.I telephone planks on the bank neglected Ignorant of the doctor's recent that he had tried to strike a bargain surplus may
sending and receiving sets, and the him that 321 new club were organized be sold reasonable
I easurer: Mrs. O. W. Alderman. to replace them mishap at last asked with Congressman R. A. at a price ap-
lamps and other interesting to notice the be- during the past week. He said; the U. S. Department of ,
wptlst Training Union Officers: signal foreman was too busy what he meant by his queer : Green whereby Jennings would proved by
little club Is '
the "Our growing
r-termedlate equipment. Also displayed in matter. havior. But the only aawer was, own Agriculture and cooperating agencies -
Y. p. U. Leader: keep out of Starke If Green would
that take an -
I Remington Trophy awarded to the "would kill me, nicely so we can The further agrees
H. Hutchlnga.r "Doc" was a highly educated "Aha, Charon! You : keep out of Jacksonville but the grower
In in getting the legislation ,
Starke for efficiency merciful part that the seed returned to him for '
B. Y. company but Bohemian and a con- but the Styx was more
P. u. Leader: Mrs. I man, a of Starke congressman had declined.
r Fussell. rifle marksmanship. firmed drunkard. He spent his than you." What the doctor meant I necessary to start payment 1 planting I Is to be subject to the

----.-- -, ,days In the saloons up town and by "kerran" and "attcks" the puz- ,. these pensions In the near future. Attend Democratic Meet' same provisions of control by the
Hauptmann Date Set returned home about supper time, I zled man could not understand, The next meeting will be held at U. S. Department of Agriculture as .
Teachers To Meet the court house Monday night A. Z. Adklna, Col. A. S. .'
of Bruno Richard.I always more or.lesa "sauced." depending knowing nothing about mythology, Judge the seed furnished this season. ,
e Bradford County. Teachersc1ati Electrocution convicted murdererof on his luck in selling his and he finally called on the med March' 2. at 7:30 o'clock. Crews. Representative Charley E. (8)) The Hat produced I Is the '

will meet at the high Hauptmannr was set: Infallible groundltch and hook- Ico's wife for a possible explanation Johns and N. D. Wainwright, Jr., sole property of the grower. '
01 I building the Lindbergh Gasoline Consumption were those from here attending The to destroy -
here among ((7),
this afternoon. week of March' work cure-the hookwork having which the lady laughinglygave. grower agree
clock. I Wednesday for the third time an execution I' then Just been discovered About She told of the Incident. The Bradford County consumed ,- I the meeting of the Democratic all cotton stalks in his fields ,
30. It was the act for' 3 o'clock la the afternoon of the "old man" had not cared so much 135 gallon of gasoline In December Executive Committee In as soon. possible after harvesting
quo Goes To Archer I Ic. date .habeen. I day mentioned a terrific deluge set for the Involuntary bath, but was a* compared with 67,328 gallons Jacksonville Tuesday. The Party the crop and not later than November -
rlauptmann. out losing his in November. During the went on record a* being 100 percent 19.w 4 I
Long. formerly With. the 1 In. lasting till after dark, and greatly put over two month the use of kerosene In favor of the nomination of ___ ______.__ n. ,
saloon cherished flask. He could get no
office I to remain in
should "Doc" bad
here left Monday for Boys who steal for thrill i gained from 6.375 gallon to Roosevelt for a'> second term as Gunpowder aad optical lans* 1'
er He then staggered -
Where h* will another sort of thrill in until It ceased.
direct work be
given President. Invented Chinese.
were by (tbe
'me road project I the garage or behind the woodshed. ] home with a pint flask' of "Old (Continued On Page Eights. ) 7,576 gallons.

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Theresa apent Thursday with Mr. last week because of the Illness of I Tampa nnd J. E. Drlgjers of Au- dent> Carey Hunt,'".. .
I, the Baptist Church Saturday and RISING I Bill of Complaint o,; t'h', "
[ and three t
Mott. We burndale daughters
j ? GRA/IA.U 1 and Mr ..R. M. Crosby. their mother Mrs Sally : March A. D. 193S mil., ', ( ''' ..
"Mr' *. I.. e. ..-It.. Vorrr.pMid<-BC Sunday. Miss Kdon Lewis Correspondent Mrs. Mary Norman of'Plant City all wish Mrs. Mott a speedy I'e- Mrs. J. T. Corbett, and Mrs A. C. erne Pro Confe.no aIII,, I 1acalnet 1\ '" !
F. M. Johnson and L, C. Smith her for her "'It'
and Mrs
Corbett of Ft. Myers, i .
-- Starke Saturday. Elder anti Mrs. VV. E. Hall of Is spending/: a few days with Mra. covery. pear \" li .
; ''i Mr. /nd Mrs. Johnnie Lewi and were visitors to night A. A. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs S. H. Ritch and E. C. Lewis of Starke; nine grand- i It Is further Onnicr' .
Pcrvls and daughter MUsLula I Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKinney Jacksonville spent Saturday weekend host of relatives and order b. published .,,,'M I UI tl,
jiit I eon of Sampson City were visiting Mre.McKinney'a with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underbill. Mrs O. K. Crosby spent Friday baby of Ralford spent last :! i. children and a four consecutive week.II. ,;;,' the
;, Mae, and Mica Hazel Thomas of New River. here as the guests of her parents friends ford County "
Mrs. Annie Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner spent : with J. L. John TelegraMi' II" ",!
r ''M i of the Ziff auction/ wore visiting mother Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs I Mr. and Mr. Bob Halalop and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown.': Funeral services were conductedby ot Bradford general County clrculiti",,,,'' I ,?'."';">"W' ,'
r:, (:I! ;, :Mr. and Mm. I. W. Dyal Sunday Ward, Monday L. L. Conner. Mrs J. R. Kelly were visiting In Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and Rev. L. G. Hemingway of WITNESS my huntourt}O'I"o, ,, i."' ,

), 1" afternoon. Mrs Bessie Waadln and son Robert Engle and Bobble Oliver Jacksonville.ff1daY. children of Jacksonville spent last Starke and the body was laid to January A.d1'. ). 193 Ih":1,, ';' ""II k,
Bobble Starke Saturday. $
j :i', Rev. L. G. Hemingway of Stark, were in of Jacksonville spent Sunday with week-end here as the guests of her rest Saturday afternoon In Conner (OFFRIAL SEAL)
Ancll Norman, of
; :, i filled Ida regular appointment at Mr. and Mrs. Misses Melva and Dorothy Crosby.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs L>, R. Galney. Cemetery. Clerk of Clrur( ,
)' of BROOKER Mrs. G. 8. Crotty and little '' '
and Mrs. E. E. McRae FRANK p.'lt i
of lUlu Verp Alley, Correspondent"The daughter. Frances, of Jacksonville T. .,,
/ Waldo, spent Sunday aa guests I LONG BRIDGE Attorney for Plaintiff
j .' FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill. are spending: a 'few days here as l-U-6t-2-U

., j I Mv Many Years Eprlence Make. It Possible fop Me to Render Ben Strickland, of Jacksonville Night Owl"The the guests of her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Silas' NInabltel1ead., Cor. I.V: TIIF.! CIII"I'IT i

J I Mr and Mra. Eddie Sullivan, of ninth grade of the Brooker Pinholster.Mr. .('Olll
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Rev. C. C. Butler filled his FI "n./ AI<
W. D. Webb and regular On/d, )
and Mrs
-0 MODERATE PRICES Junior High School presented a ., It tID 11
: the Vanderbilt section, were visiting children spent last week-end In appointment at the Christian IDA OItEEN INki.
Starke Florida I play, "The Night Owl, In the I Plaintiffv. )
I "''i I Mr. and Mra. R. M. Johnson, school auditorium last Thursday Jacksonville visiting friends andrelatives. Church Saturday night Sundayand '
t I DeWITT C. JONES I Sunday night. LEO Dl I..
I ; Friday night. evening. This play was a great S. W. Whltehead and son, A. B., Defendant.MORTON. QHKRv. >
J The cast follows Miss Ruth Lewis, of Heilbronn )
success. was as : Oil OKI' 01 ':
I George KarleyFrancis Ruaa. spent last week-end here as guestof also J. C. Yarbrough, were visitingIn 'J'O "1':11U'F..,'.''IN

,, I Mrs. Karley--Doria Hough her cousIn Alias Mary Mott. Mnxville, Monday. THE Leo STATE Morton OF Urn Ft., uihi, : /, i 11}

J'' 1;," I James T. Gray Eugene Long. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and Albert and Chester Moody and known: " 'n... I
W. B Moody were visiting in Mid- It appearing; by an I '
f "
i ''I :: I I Ann Wesley- Hazel) Thomas. children attended church servicesat to the Hill of Complin 1''"'",
I 4' Win. W. Wimple Robert Long. Antioch Church near LaCrosse way Sunday afternoon.Mr. above-entitled cau. n I, "' ''
: "' 1 4FM I Howard. last Sunday.Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Yarbroughand ton Oren, the d I. a, ,''I,""' ,,'r.1: ,
\ Patsy---Marzle I named IB a non-resii, ,,,,, "
I. : I Daisy Lendon Juanita McCauley J. T. Norris of LaCrosse son Lowell and Bud Moody of Florida" that hi. ,?.1., '""':
.. ; I held regular church services here I were visiting in Raiford Saturday known, that he I I.M ,, ,n?.' ,
21 '"
1 yearn thin Ui. ,. ,
:"' '. ,//1",>[ \! June Allen- Erma Stokes. last Sunday.Mrs. afternoon. the State of Floi-i.i/ ,. ,, ','I', r.' '*:;
Mesdames Joe Parish Earl Waters Summons ,
hi Chun. .w
A. K. ,
i Kenneth Grant---Hollla Lltchfleld McKinney and son, this defendant Iii L

,, ly Jack Bennon -- Talmadge Kelly Everette were transacting business and Jessie Thomas, of Worthington It In thereupon ,.", i .,, '
II The Baccalaureate services of in Starke Friday. Springs were visiting here Bald defendant l 1., ? M .,..1'I.t", '
\ be and he IM .her l> , ,. 'Ile' ,
I I : Saturday night. 1 ,
the Brooker Junior School to e
High pear the 11111
"''f'' ] "
I 1'1,11n > / ?
1 I 1 I,./" J JI I SOLD will bo held at the school house i I, Hald nails on tu." i '.,. ''I:
PINE LEVELMrs. M tMTKH'N: Mtl.MN'OTIPK day of March A l I> i I' ,, .
< : i'' 1. next Sunday after noon, February I I" hereby, given, flint iinilxr t'ourlhou" In Mini k< i I"i ,'I','
'. 1 '" 23, at 3 o'clock. Rev. C. B. Price : II. Al. SlrKne Correspondent ,and by virtue or a Final Derrvaof erwlne the allefiill..i", ' '" of Complaint will 1 b,, '
KorerloNure mud und renderedby :
;, paster of the First Baptist Churchof eased by Hald s.,
the JlonoraM It. 1... "Hebrlnwr,
,,1"'i'l It always worksJust Starke will give the bacca- We are glad to report that lit- Judge of the Circuit Pourt of the .It IK further. erdcu.i, ,I'i ,. .",Id
,i;' laureate assisted tle Neal Crosby Is Improving after 8th Judicial Circuit of ["I<.orhI8. In der be publlHhed/ on,< ,?,. I
do what hospitals{ do and the sermon by Rev. .and for Bradford. County. In Chancery four cnnHecutlvi' weI., 1 ,6
I, doctors insist on. Use a liquid laxative C. A. Crosby and Rev. J. T. Norris a serious Illness. dated January 20th( 1036, In ford County. Tploiri I'M ...'
I and you) can bring yourself to I of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis, of that certain cause therein lately newntmner' piibllxhi, .01 i ,"i i .I
and State! ,
pen-j !? between The Federal Land, prior ti 0 M I "u i to, : I'll|
.. ""I : clocklike regularity without strain or The Graduation Exercised of the ney Farms, attended church Pending: of Columbia, Pitt lntlff, and Wltnenn' my hand' ,,N.I, ''Ii I? ..,
r" ilJ ellect. | Brooker Junior High School will Sunday. Parley 8. Cnlklim, et nl., Defendant, the Court at Stinl" ,. I I'' ,lid.
r J., A liquid can always be taken in I the underpinned, who wait. therein lt day of Februni. \ \ I ii' "
I I gradually reduced doses. Iteiluccd be held in the school auditorium Miss Myrtle t ountaln had as her appointed an Special' Master. In Chanrery OVFICIAli( SEAL(l '
") Thursday night February 27 at guests Sunday Elder and Mrs. W. to execute the value will on A. J. 7'H.fl 1 iel'lerk
I 1 1F dotage U the' secret of any ml rtlief I !Monday, the 2nd day of March 10JI6, of fin, mi, ''ff.
..i 'j) from constipation. 8 o'clock.Mr. I E. Hall of Green Cove Springs.Mrs. during the legal hours of ante, before T. FRANK L.ANDIII:; M.
I ( Ask a doctor about this. Ask your and Mrs. J. R. Mott and J. L. Underbill, of Rising and the Court Hniinn door In Htarke, Attorney for flaliinn, .

'i+II 1 1I b druggist how very popular Dr. Cald- children, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davis of Pen- bidder Florida, for Dell.each to the the highest following and Let.deHirlbed 2-7-H.2-28 -----

I : :',., well's Syrup Pepsin has become. It C. N. Mott and Miss Mildred Mor- ney Farms. land, .\Mtuate lying and he- 1'I1fF-I1IFI'' FILM
i f gives the right kind of help and right gan attended the birthday dinnerin :Mrs. Alice Oliver, of Sampson Ins In ilrudford County, Vlorlilu, town Hereby notice I i- u > .kl
II I\! amount of help. Taking a little less: : W. J. ICpperHon ak 'I 1,<- r fu
I ':t', r Il each time gives the bowels a chanceto hcnor of, %1rs. Enoch :Mott at was visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae, J>fR'/i\ of NVVVi i. HerIIon, 2. Town- ford County. Slat. i j.,
Hhlp A Smith' of flange 22 last virtue. of that cert.m.. II t...
'I '5 5I / act of their ynn accord until theyare Hellbronn. Sunday. of the TiUlnhaHMeA Meridian, lion iMHUert out .II,| .,, ,.| ,d.| r 1
I \ ',' /1' g g i moving regularly and thoroughly H. P. Gainey and son, Mrs. T. N. Norman and daughter containing 40' acres, mora orlean hand and Meal oi I it I .. ?, I't)1) of
'\ !'::1' 1 I without any help at all. were transacting Everette'j Dorothy of Gum Branch and Circuit Court fo; Hi .?,,,11.. d''w,| ,",
1 Dr. Caldwell's with the upnurtenanceM. Said ,sale to Florida and tinted \ -h i j
I I"i.t'' / i Syrup Pepsin con- Starke Saturday.Mrs. Miss Ernestine Buddlngton of be made pursuant, to paid liecrou to 1D31 i>n that "" 111.11 j ,i.ii.' 'i\tt\ .
t 1 "< tains senna and cascara-both natural satisfy the .name nnd coBtH.H. Nov. llth. A D. li"i. 'in i M.
# Beadle Conerly of. Okee-I Starke, were guests of :Mrs. H M. -ii
.I laxatives that form no habit. The action K.: PER YMAN, I Hank of Slarke n ,. i'I i .n/n, ,
< ; I 1 is gentle but sure. It will relieve chobee, Mrs. L. W. Sowells of Mi- McRae, Saturday ,\Special/ fluster chancery.. against If. H. Ken .' ,, d, r,,
< Iii" any sluggishness or bilious condition canopy and'MI'. and Mrs. Warner MIs'' Etta Fae Dyal of Sampson have levied. .upon. anil. v\ -.nit.:I
highest and bent )Lull I
f. i'. ),\! due to constipation without upset. Mott, of Alachua were called here I City- was visiting- Miss Vesta Mc- MIIKIIIKF'HI.H' durliis- the legal li..n..' 'i Ir.1.]'
j :' : --- --- -- I Rae Sunday. Itereby notice l 1M given, that I, Monday the 2nd. din,,, lard
[Wi' \V. J. I'I.r"oll. as Sheriff of Bradford D. 1 IP30. In front of 'Hi -<> Jibe
,! Elder and Mrs. W. E, Hall spent of ,.
I County State of Florida byvirtue the courthouse in i Ian r Sit
I 1." Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. of I hut certain writ of execution Bradford County 3"Inldx/ ih.
I, I ,' leered" under the hand and seal. lowing the nt f fM
J' I : n
H. M. McRae. :v"I'.n: : : : ; ,:
, ) of the Clerk: of the Circuit Court of c. lylni. uui, len, ;
I i Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Newman of Bradford, wanly Florida, and hearing said Bradford Count'> "Ki. ,ddd,
j; "f date of the lath. lny of December wit: S'4' of SWV4\ of ':w i ..1d.\
{ } tit j Saxton spent Saturday night and A. D. 1034 on that certain of HWI-, of Section, ,, i it,, Tin
.J.U i Sunday here with their parents, Judgment of even date therewithand 6 South Itnng-e 20 Ki",'
0 of record. In the public records VV. J. EI>1'1'J-:! '\
I. jI j\\! air. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. 'of xnld Bradford County, }Florida In !Sheriff' of Hi.nIf, ,i.l >a
I )'r f. I i The WPA home making club met favur of M. A. Smith IIR Liquidator I"I..,.Ida.1316t228 .
'.at the home of Mrs. H. M. McRae for Bradford County Bank a corporation -
p !11 and a KU I lint, J.V.. I ICtlwnrdM. -
I' I'I I last Monday afternoon and Friday I have levied upon and will :\O'l'ln./
: afternoon. They will meet again well At the Mouth door of the courthouse Notice I IH, herebj 'iriv. '' 'fcll
I :1"i'
In City of fmrke, Bradford virtue of execution I i- ,ri of
; next Friday afternoon. County Florida Monday the 8ml. '
on Circuit Court of ITn, "i. < r
f' + : day of March A. l>. llKlfl\ : daring Ida, pursuant to fln.u, i ,i. n
;:} 1 11 I the legal hour of Hale .to tilt hllfh.t darn. in Bald Comt, I h., III
Death of J. W. .... .
; -1 1 \;< y Drlggers and bent kidder for each the of Juno A. I). 111:1.1.: "i.. I I r
I This following: described. lands ,of the ord Bonk 1 at pan .1 I I
.. saddened
e ei j community was of mild. J. W. Edwards ,
property and '
I Court" and on the t 1"'i> '' Ij
(iF Y r U ? last Saturday to learn of the deathof lying! and being In Bradford County, A. D. 10,16. rec'iirdci i" rnJudgment

t M ; J. W. Drtcgera, 77, who died at I'-lorlda.I to-wlt : XWH of HWVi vltiKYi Hook: :9, i I'' <'h'nt 11
of Section' Id Township 8 the public' recant, 'I ,j'
I -_* his home In: Bronson Friday afteran I II' -.--.. % 4 Illness of several months. SI';'4 of SW'of' Section' 3, Town Ueneral:: Motors A,, 1 m"
, ; hip 7 South, Range. 22 lOant. Alan "ol'aU"1alr..lnH.. Ml) K'' ,Ilu'
t t'f J''f Mr. Drlggers was born In Marlon '/ HVVU of f '
' f Swig: z'tofl fofl h'loann1 Austin and H. K K 1:
NliH o, Township .
M County and spent moat of his life 7 South tRange 22 Kant. of J328.S.1 toKHI nluiii'h I ,i iundurHlflrned ,' lhra"

I i at Ft. Myers. W. J. J .'PERSON. County. Florida )h.i. ,' it"
} ) ";I I'I'f 1 11 'I'I l He was a member of the Baptist Sheriff Florida.l316t228 .of Bradford County edition upon the 11 I .. \la
1 i ed pernonul 1 jn-oix' >
Church and lived a Christian life.
f i it One 193II, Spun: y'
1 After the death of his wife who HIA: 12. Motor N "
, IV TIIK NIM OF TIIH: ST.ti'I.2 OF No. 1479:
\\ was before her marriage Miss Em-
FLn 11 i.t.
and will on the I Ito.
I ill Pwel. of Ft. Myers he came It appearing( by affidavit filed In -wit1I.r..h: "- : 1 1l that certain cause. In the .Circuit: tween the legal. h" .
to Stance and
was later marriedto .
a Court In and for
l ( A.aaIS Bradford (County the front door ol "
: I'I Mia. Mary Goodman who still Florida. !In Chancery entitled Eugene HiitiHe or BradfoiilFlorida .ilL
Hunter, Plaintiff v. Carey offer said ,
i.at i.
survives him. He made his home
(,: I Hunter Defendant, and the relief publlo outcry. '
i here until last July when he mov- prayed, for being Divorce: that the Hiilne to the hla-lli', -i' ,< '
I;, I'' h Qjr ed with his family to Bronson. He Defendant In a resident of 1\ Slate 1 or bidders for ..-Ii'' nr
or County unknown to Plaintiff and execution.Olven .
will be greatly missed in Pine Lev- IB aver the age of twenty-one yearn under mj Ii
r l ',I I ; el church where he was a member and there I.1 .. no person In the State of Stark., Bradford ,

) ,kdit also a deacon. He Is survived also of..M Florida upon service whom would of pernonal personally. I proce this a ""V.p:

it } I it I by two sons J. S. Drlggera of bind said Defendant Sheriff in "l' 'n
l )to t f last p 4 i ft I IT IS OrtDKUUD.! that the Deten- 2-7-4t--38 _

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Bradford County High! School_ Journalt jt j i tli:1:i : : !',

UDiE ON :__ -_ STARKE, FLORIDA--- ,-'' FERRUARI 21, 1936 NU1IRER TIYFWTI' T1tt' 4 '(


Starke, Florida, I I.p':
Interest of II Last wt'<'k. If you remember P fl j
ted to the Best February 12, 1936 w I I Lottie McGee and Mr. W. N. ,

JUDFORO mon SCHOOL Dear, Editor Anderson: ; d r T% te 7 I I were presented to you at the ,/ :, i
Large city newspapers have giv- "
I pointed place. You weren't
iont Alumnae en so much publicity to the short- ., ,' t. '!
and wNY ppt'T' tA I'
Patrons pointed were ? Here's
J you
comings of the Townsend Plan thatIt y )\ Co M SRUt:? v s vNfIf1N ,y wt v that you were not. This week 1 I .
is a pleasure to find an editor .
STAFF rM.Wa you will promise to give us v'i: L
F.DITORL\ so tolerant and broadminded as to ,
A. W. ADderson. undivided. attention I will try I 'I
or-tn-Cblef- -- give us to discuss y
space it, espe- \
.Jr to that Lea. helm
prove you I
cially since we know you are not rq Ir 1
Editor_"___Dorothy Whiterrv in full accord with its details. In w lords ami Rudolph Andrews
Marjorie :Marwick regular follows, and It will \
Editor, the brief space allotted us in your ,: '.
T Editor _____Hugh Walters excellent news-sheet worth your time to rend all '}
we shall con- their. lives. t', ,'.'
.rial, Editor __.Alice Royester tract to cover only a few of the : t !
______Marie ThedeentM'Y Lea Retta Is a very pretty
Editor major points in favor of the '
ure Town- ,
I eyed blond who. was horn in \
Editor ----------- send Plan. We do not intend to 7s 114e ape 1 'fl : ."
_. Eunice Williams NU11 Springs March 18 1918 which
convey the idea that we considerthe Duratt( 11 i h tt }
to that 1.
ready you ,
plan perfect in / AWvAVS 'r1lM
every years of her life has been

,v saiii that Kipling had in Far from it. Therefore it is par- ) "' !and as Lea Retta says "quite I : i
when he ticularly fitting that we get con- t ta 1
George, Washington ce !lfully. Believe It or not I ILea

;j e this famous poem: structive criticism of the plan -::.-: ....-. MAp' "' pp 4T Q IN 4n Retta Is a "traveling '
from M1M
our thinking people in orderto '
Rend' on and nee if you think ,
IFfu correct its defects.
r this statement In true or not. i j< t i

,an keep your head when The basic foundation of the plan 4- tw4Y t+ne Alry she reached the ripe age of :. : i 1 i.j ,' "

all about you may be outlined in five sections: l she moved to Goulda and : + ''I '

e ,osing theirs and blaming Itjn First the payment each month to school there for two years, ;

you; all men and women of sixty years who do you think her ,t

u ran trust yourself when all and older two hundred dollars a was? None other than our 1

men doubt you month. pal of R. H. Boo Mr L. A. Gray. j

|iit. make allowance for their Second, the establishment of a re- r the age of ten Lea. Retta l

doubting too; volving fund for this purpose bya to Cross City, and that city

}ou ,'an wait and not be tiredby two per cent transaction tax under honored, with her presence for

waiting which the payment to citizens years Her next stop was ;. .' 'u

r being lied about don't deal over sixty years of age will be collected (tiutt't tell me you don't I ,

in lies and distributed each month. / R I t 1 1mE where Lnwtey Is? You do? i'' '

Ling hated don't look too good, Third all persons who qualifyfor thought you would
nOl talk too wise; this fund must retire from 'Traveling Lady remained for

gainful occupations. I years. Her last stop so far : r

ou ,an dream- -and not make Fourth, not over $20 a month is Ii Brooker. This "Traveling Lady"

ireums your master; to be used as gifts or donationsand fond of boys but she Is partial :

\ v>uan. think--and not make employable persons shall not i II brunettes. 1

thoughts your aim, be maintained in idleness. Do you think boys are her ,

l 01 ,an meet with Triumph and Fifth the oath to spend the $200 I ry? I should say not! When t

j Master within thirty days from the time It I goes out dancing and by the : 1 P

Jncl treat those two imposters is received will be strictly this is one of her favorite '

nisi the same:' Four requirements enforced'j also, the movies she Is never t

lou ,an bear to hear the truth filled: First, all men SY1iM I out a partner Boys, Just I : v!

vouve spoken over sixty years of age whose net her to u dance and see for ? ,

uisted,/ by knaves to make a 'I income _la_ _not n_ _In__ excess f\t X24OA a_ I Oh NO! Boys ure not her worry : ;

trap for fools, year. This may seem a large pension her dislike but bookkeeping

natch the things you gave your but it Is not to be so consid- Juniors Raise Funds I ExchangesNew Congressman Sears Here's more power to you Lea : ', ; ,

life to, broken ered. Rather it is hoped that it Selling Ice Cream ta may your worries be few :
jnd stoop and bluld 'em up with will be viewed as "buying power"to I Year Gives School MapsThe far between. 't"

worn-out tools; be shared by the most intelli- No resolutions shall I make Rudolph> Andrews born In : ; L,
The Juniors raised fifteen dollars '
letter and
gent class of people in the country. Lest the New Year find me out following maps cr, Juno 11, 1U16, will
ou can make one heap of all last week by putting into practicetwo were received from
The Technocrats assert that this And sensing I have much at CongressmanSears make you think of June-bugs
winningsnd novel and
vour original moneymaking -
by A.
County Superintendent
country produces enough wealthto stake, Rudolph Is not bug but a boy : x ,
| risk it on one turn of pitch- ideas. J. Griffis a 4 1 1if I
provide each family with $2O Last My good resolves will put to rout. : all the girls like that much j
and toss
Wednesday (Feb. 12)) they February 8 1936.
start 000 a year. We do not argue that because girls are particular and '
lose and again at your sold warm plate lunches and Dear Mr. Grlffls
beginnings this Is entirely correct but we feelIt sandwiches to students. But secretly I promise me not go in for bugs like they I
does put to shame those people To lay away on darkest shelf separate cover I am mail- boys. Like Lea Retta he moved ;
nd never breathe a word about About thirty-six lunches and sev- Ing you four large United States
your loss: who assert that (200( a month is eral dozen sandwiches were sold. Where no more my eye can see, wall the age of eight not to Goulds i
too much for our old folks to per- My reckless, restive, rebel self. maps. to the little town of Williston. I
ou can force your heart and Slightly over ten dollars was net- Several years ago while representing t "
sonally control. -Babs Carrol.In think of In Williston
nerve and sinew ted In this profit. the Fourth Congressional. living i" a )
o serve your turn long after The second requirement will be Last Friday the second profit American Poetry Magazine.We District, I mailed out some of theseto years, can you imagine It? t

they are gone, that all who receive the pension was put into operation. Several : A little late but true never- the Superintendents of Public dolph did not only Imagine It t

) so hold on when there is noth- must be American citizens resid- juniors got up at about six a. m. the-less. Instruction, and we found the chil- he did it. Last December he 1 '
in ing in the United States. and churned to New River. Rudolph Is now :
ing you I three gallons of Ice dren enjoyed fixing these maps,
|xcept the will which says to The third qualification is that no cream. This was sold at recess Student: "I can't-admit" that my which'are very simple. All-ft requires -- senior '11the Bradford I ,}

them: "Hold on!" occupant of prison or hospital for and noonall of It was sold, too-- ancestors were monkeys! is some printer's muscilage School and I hope he Iikes'it.

the mentally incompetent are eli- and four dollars and ninety cents Professor: "Monkeys aren't so a paste brush about two Inches dolph likes all athletics such : f' -Al
uan, talk with crowds and : bad. They don't get drunk, smoke Football hiking, dancing and t
gible. (above expenses) was made. wide, some cheese cloth pasted on
keep your virtue, i or swear and that's more than I I (you will say that girls are not
A fourth feature provides that The juniors have a total of forty- the back, and molding for the top h
r walk with kings-nor lose can say for some students.. be classed aa athletics but r.'V :
five dollars In their ( ) : ;
both husband and wife may enroll treasury now.They'll and bottom After It Is finished
the common touch, -National Voice. girls give you a chase so
for payments. I have heard it soon have enough for their you will have a map that is worth'
neither roes not loving friendscan We: A new version of an old sub- you receive quite a bit of
said that some men have tried to banquet. about eight or ten dollars.
hurt you ...... ject. clse).
all men count with but exchange forty-year-old wives for ----- ..u_ T thought these mans might be i
you You would not put Mr.
none too much two twenties. This will put to end THE WAY IS: ONWARD NEXT WEEK doubly welcome at this time, due g
; in the lazy class but he surely :
such If it ever existed,
a practice to the financial condition of the
'ou <""m fill the unforgiving By "Midge" Monday: February 21: hate to arise early in the
for the wife will also be schools In Florida. I also felt the
minute Girl's Glee Club fifth period. Arising In the morning at an
economic independence under Wo look toward the horizon whichIs
boys and girls of such schools as
f ith seconds worth of distance
sixty -
Boy's Music Study Class sixth usually early hour means work
run the Townsend Plan. our goal. We forever strive for- you might send them out to, would ht
The Ions of this pension Is possi- ward, straining our eyes to see this period. take a pride and delight in fixingthe Rudolph Isn't specially
tn u the Earth and everythingthat's Tuesday: February 25: work (and I think there are
conditions What Is this ?
ble under the following( : goal. goal Riches? maps.
in it, and Girl's basketball school
few In the
Boy's game a pupils high
Taking a position for pay, Fame Power? No! It Is more
nd which Is more-you'll be a with Melrose here. I am enclosing my check for fifty get enjoyment out of work.
than these that should in
Second, violating any provisionof we see
Man, Son! 27 cents, as I feel this will practi- In
my Thursday: February : teachers must someway da''
the law enacted for its estab- the future dawn and should so
-Rudyard Kipling.we lishment earnestly and forever travel to- Elementary Chapel. cally cover the cost of buying the made to see the point that we ,

could all live up to the able-bodied ward. Friday: February 28: material. not lazy but work does not .
lards Third, keeping any If the school is a wooden build-
expressed In this won- High School Chapel. with the maximum of us
JTuI poem, the world would be afch person in idleness. The way is not easy; it is -k-+,-1 Ing, the map could be pasted on the I hope I have proved my '
Fourth, payment of wages or straight and narrow and there are
side of school
better in which live. building.
place to TilE that Lea Retta Jelfords and
salaries out of proportion to services many shady by-ways la which to Having been engaged In school
Andrews t
rendered. wander numerous! ruts Into whichto good deed Is never lost. dolph are regular '
IEL'l'E OF CAMP LIFE work so many years before com- lows and to read their lives
Fifth refusal or failure to pay fall many sharp stones to stum- Let us be done with fault-finding ing to Congress. It is always a been worth time. y

By "Midge" just bills. ble over, many tempting delicious and leave off self-seeking. pleasure for me to cooperate with your

camp you become acquainted Sixth, failure or refusal to obey looking berries which are poisonous. A Joke may not cause an ene- the County School Superintendent, ---- + )

h nature You look up at the the laws cf the land. Will there!' things; delay ,or my but often loses a friend. and assist the boys and girls In Newspaper Staff

gutifui: sunsets that are so won- May I briefly give the aims of prohibit our progress? Do unto others as you would their work. : i

ally reflected on the lake andr the plan before closing? The way Is hot and dusty and have them do unto you. Sincerely yours, Profits On : '

thoughts rise to a highere a. To provide security for all we are tired; shall we top? No! One thing at a time and that W. J. SEARS. t(

in>i you think of the more the persons who reach the age of Let us keep going; our goal is not done well Is a very good rule as (Fla. Congressman-at-large.) Experience wasn't the ( j .

hh while things In life. sixty years to live on an American far off. The way becomes easier many can tell.I'ROFESSOIN.
The students and faculty of thing we made when we edited
pothei. one of the most beautlflll1lres standard of living.b. and at last! We are on the outskirts --- bP
last week. Our share of
Bradford High wish to take this paper
( of camps are the en- To remove from competitivelabor of our most worthy and NITWIT; ;t''
opportunity to thank :Mr. Sears sales amounted to $1260. '
ring moon light nights. The a sufficient number of citizens highest goal: "The Eternal City." KNOW KNOT '
for this kind and useful gift. The We haven't decided as yet
'rv sheen reflected on the rip- to afford opportunity for all ---- --+ -- "The IntelllKrnt Interpretera"Dear
how want to it but
f other three maps are going to be we upend ,
fs lake is work.c. LOSTA
more beautiful than to get
for that will
a ''Is I given to the Hampton, Lawtey and! going something
constant -
express. To provide a purchasing Professors: 'j'
and be useful.Suggestions .
: book: Brooker Junior High Schools. long ''
. the out-of-doors you gain a.N power for the products of Name: Juvenile Comedies. What effect does the moon have --- --+_ ?__ are welcomed. 'd
thorough knowledge of many American factories Industries, agriculture on the tide? A q
Author: Grace Sorenson. ---- --
Cresting and beautiful aspects and services. Anxious Magazines Given i
Color: Greenish. Rather thin.
piture/ such as, wild flowers d. To maintain a balance be- Tues- Slbieon Phillips. Interesting NotesMrs.
This book was last seen on To Reading TableThe
S birds Insects snakes, squlr- tween consumption and productionthat day. Finder please return to Miss I
i and countless other wonderful will end all depressions.e. Hazel Dear Simeon: Howard's fifth grade
fS To protect and preserve all The moon doesn't affect the tied library reading table Is rich- into Its new room upstairs,
her 'loo the starlit nights, rights, traditions and customs -only the untied.. er by forty-three mazaglnes. Theyare week. The grade was crowded 'I

ie ire one of the most interest- which have been established as methods of mass production and The artful authorities, the gift of Mrs. E. K. Perry- to an auditorium dressing !

Matures of camp. When you true Americanism.f distribution. Profs. N. & K. man and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. until the study hall won divided
>v ''he and When we consider the fact that These
stars and constallatlons To stimulate ambitions magazines are especially to two rooms. 4.
heavens seem to divide themes offer incentives to further prog- the buying power in this countryIs Dear Porfessors: welcome at this time as almost all i

_ into groups Instead of being tees and develpment of higher held by such a small percentage I am always wishing for whatI of our magazine subscriptions have Mr and Mrs. Louis A. 4

\ ''infused mass of stars. They standards of living.g. of the population, we realize the haven't got. What can I do expired. of Gainesville, announced the ', t ft

tike friends. When you see To reduce crime by destroying need of some such legislation aa about It? A----- val of twin daughters Sunday, ,

'tars and constellations ap- the conditions which breed the Townsend Plan. I could take Truly yours, 16. MM. Jernlgan was I rt.

m the west every month you crime.h. you with me around Bradford Lillian Sternberg. 1 Society I Mist Geraldine John and Is a '3:

fd to see'r old T fuml'-h cpr-,rtunity to '"* show vou dozens of I -te *r n. II. S. t

'"j' m few agait. the young for fullest use /i their nomea WIK-IU there la great suffering Uear a...si'1 I ....
fc or .mly do you learn about na- talents and ability. and want which the enactmentof What else is there to wish for? week-end In Jasper. We have a new exchange. It

( hut yoU build up your physi" !- 1. To safeguard the American this plan would lessen or entirely Truly yours. Doria Strickland was visiting In with the Frostproof H. 5.

[ dv The invigorating air. the home as the unit of modern civili- remove. Profs. N. & K. Jacksonville Sunday.Dot "The Orange Blossom."

water, the wholesome food zation.j. Here In our own county we have Sapp was visiting In Lake

'"undant exercise all tend ton To reduce the terrific burdenof twelve or fifteen hundred members Dear Professors t *" Butler during the week-end. The ninth A has a pupil .. '1

;;then your body. taxation caused by public and all of whom have committed them- What's an advertisement? Oliver Hutto was visiting In Smith, absent on account of 111nss m

imp life, also, teaches airplay, private charity, by growth of selves to the support of the Town- Anxiously waiting. Gainesville..during the week-end. It l Is hoped that she will
'(Work send Plan. Regardless of class, W. T -- -+-- w
sportsmanship and youto crime by waste. by maintenanceof Weeks be back a
make friends easily, some public institutions which wouldbe wealth, religion or social stand- LIBRARY HAS NEW BOOKS --- .-..-- -

will remain with you through- rendered unnecessary by Increased Ing we are going to stand together Dear W. T. : The library now has a new set of ItOOKKIIICLK IN OFFK'K

life i ilere demands for products and to fight for this pension, so An advertisement Is the pictureof twenty-five reference books. The office now has a i ito y'

Is still another very im-i services.k. justly' due our' old folk, a pretty girl eating cooking, The books Funk and Wagnell's : take care of the surplus I t t/

ant phase of camp life. This To compel the constant circulation Thanking you for your consid- drawing, smelling gargling, rubbing "New Standard Encyclopedia" ar- books that are always school I

the promotion of Christian of money and obtain the eration in giving us this space In wearing or driving some- rived last Monday. floor. The bookshelf Is the on : 3 1

s.mp certain result of better homes. your columns and with kindest thing which the advertisers are This set of books was given to that formerly stood In the study :; /

in other words develops 1 1. To constantly raise the stan- personal regards, I beg to remain anxious to sell. the school by the Woman's Club hall near the door of Mrs. Per I .

L"In four way: :Mentally phy- dards of living to the levels possible Faithfully yours, The effervescent Encyclopedia, and we are sure that they will bea kins' room. The new room necessitated ; ; :

", socially and spiritually under Invention and modern Joel H. Benson. Profs. N. It: K. great help to us In our studies. its removal i i

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f'I'''"!. Mrs. Duncan Entertains t Business And Program Fidelia Class of Baptist MISSION HALL new song I Put ,,:.:-p;;
A splendid service was held on used for the
ICI.' With Chop Suey SupperMrs. '!Meeting W. M. U. Sunday School Has PartyThe when "NAILS"was be much first tlnn lJ'.! 'berg
: i Tuesday evening used In the v?,, ,
..P' f-- K. O Duncan was hostess The business and program meet- Fidelia Class of the Baptist used as a topic and each one Ices in the future. "'11-.,

; : ocictJj at a chop suey supper and bridge Ing of the Baptist W. M. U. was Sunday School, of which Mrs. J. expected to bring a nail. It Is very gratify,,,,,, ',
'i I i 1 party last Thursday evening at her held at the church Monday after M. Brownlee is the teacher, enjoyed Well, they were there: Big nails, friends from nelghbolllt,,, "
home on Temple Avenue. noon with a good attendance.The a valentine party at the Wom little nails, bent ones, rusty ones, attend and Join in the ", t*
Valentine decorations were artis- devotional was led by the an's Club House Tuesday evening. galvanized, lead bead, copper, etc., A Bible In hand ,. 'f\'lr'*
\ tically used for the occasion. Pretty President, Mrs...... M. Darby. The Decorations suggestive of Val- etc., looking for all the world just ice Is the aim of the at t ry In
': i Peek-Cone Williams-Renfroe red flowers mixed with green Bible study topic was "Laborers entine were used In the large as- like an ordinary congregation: the work so do not """ '1180/1"

!'. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Rcnfroe fern formed effective decorationsand together with God in Kingdom sembly room of the club, where the some all bent and broken from con- weapon-the "sword .*!f r,9pqrwleu.e.A
I announce the marriage of Ft Myers with the valentine tallies a red Task" The program was in members of the class gathered. tact with the world, some bright 'It. ,
/, ry J of their daughter announce the and green color motif was carried charge of Circle No. 2, Mrs. W. B. Several Interesting and amusing: and shining ready to be used, others -----.
Pansy marriage of their daughter out. At intervals In the living Alexander, leader, and was con- contests were enjoyed during the all rusty from lack of service.
'f I I) Y ? to Mildred Agnesto rooms six tables were placed for ducted by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, evening. The lucky winners of Everyone learned much scrip- .lAPANESE OIL''

"(', ;4 Julian L. Peek, Jr. bridge and each was covered with who was assisted by Mrs. Chas these contests were Miss Helen ture about nails which they did not FOR HAIR' .
y j I on February seventeenth William Henry Williams dainty covers suggestive of valen- Powell, Mrs. J. H. Pitta, Mrs W. Prather and Mrs. Jerry Moore. know before, and were taught a DtI.r..e....0rtII.AND. SeAL, I
.f l' nineteen hundred and thirty-six of Ft. Myerson B. Alexander and Mrs. R. L. Kemp. They were each awarded prizes. lesson on "holding fast" Rev 3:3.: irS A aCM AtfDtClsp, H.1r '
I The ceremony was quietly solem February fourteenth tine.At the conclusion of several I The topic was most ably discussedand At the close of the evening the "Remember' therefore how thou .ocaSI. Flit IT WOIIIII A)All' I

nineteen hundred and thirty-six rubbers, scores were totaled and was very Interesting. Reportswere serving committee, which walt com- hast received and heard and holdfast Wolle ferIII... ."Iot "T.... r..D'''wMeI
Joseph received: from officers and posed of Miss Eunice Perkins, Mrs TM M. Coo. ".. .
in Starke the holder of high score for Indies and repent. If therefore thou II 5 '.1
,6 I i y'' I, presence of a few Intimate, The marriage of this young cou- Mrs. H. C. Ritch, was awarded committees and a floe personal Orle Wiggins, and Mrs. H. T. Hall, I shalt not watch, I will come on 51:1:
.\" friends. ple was solemnized by Judge E. K. a pair of hose. The holder of service report was given by the Jr., served delicious refreshments thee as a thief, and thou shalt not .... I

: '.. 'i 4\-,i\ The bride is the daughter of R. Perryman In the presence of a few high score for men, C. A. Knight, three circles. The treasurer's report of hot chocolate, sandwiches and know what hour I will come upon
{ ''i C. Cone, of Starke, and of the late friends and relatives. received a pair of BOX. One gameof for the year showed that our toasted pecans. thee." REAL

i I .( s Wi 6 Mary Sapp Cone. She attended The bride is the youngest daughter bingo was played and Mrs. R. apportionment had exceeded the The following were present: Mrs A new song, the worse of which
'r : 1'1" Bradford High School and was a of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renf roe F. Demorest was the lucky win- pledge for the year, which was $150 J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. H. T. Hall, were written by the pianist, was
t .: (i' popular member of the local of Ft. Myers who were formerly by $60.44, special offerings had Jr., Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. Jerry I used and expressed a beautiful gospel ESTATE
4 :i: ner.Mrs. been 31.09 and monthly offerings
: j'' :;'; young set. prominent residents of Bradford Duncan served her guestsa Moore, Misses Eunice Perkins, sentiment, There was also a IF YOU
$1962, making a total of $262.15.A / WANT TO
Amy Moore, Ethel Moore. Wilma
of Mr. and County. delicious at the
Is the chop supper
The groom son suey BUY
'. i I, Mrs. J. L. Peek, of Starke, and al-! Mr. Williams, resident of Ft. tables at which they were sitting. meeting will be held at the Alexander, Elizabeth Williams, on RE1"l(
Of'' church Friday, 28 at two SEE
February us-
.i Thelma Priest, Helen Prather,
l. I .o attended Bradford High School. Myers, Is a well-known truck Those invited were: Mr. and
< o'clock by Circles Noa. 1 and 2 for
,.I I The marriage of this young couple grower of Lee County. Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs.H. Frances Hemingway, Edna Hutto ae
0, 1 1 came as a complete surprise Immediately after the ceremonyMr. C. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. the purpose of studying the book and Carolyn Hutto W ks op WILSONREALTY
': 't I", to their many friends, who wish and Mrs. Williams left on their Knight, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- the Circles are taking up. It Is ihv
,, !, f them much success and happiness. wedding trip, where they will vis- Lendon. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, hoped all the members of the two RESOLUTIONSResolutions CORP,
; I circles will attend.
\ "Mr. and Mrs. Peek will make It In Jacksonville and other'pointsof Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins/'Mr. of Woman's Club on 1/ '
; ( !F J IX their home in Moultrie, Co., where Interest along the east coast, and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and the .death of Lucille Kilpatrick -II
i Mr. Peek is employed with the before returning to their home. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and Mrs. O. Birthday Dinner PartyMr. I Vlning. -

!1 \ ;, r. ,Curtis Publishing Company After February 22, they will be Beasley, Mrs D. A. Monteith L.// and Mrs. J. T. Quigley entertained Whereas, it has pleased the_Maker -
---- .. at home to their friends at 1223 Jeanette Kincald. Suot.. and at a family dinner party of the universe to remove from Freshly Roasted! Freshly Ground!
1: .. :: .Junio--l\[ i Club Estero Ave., Ft. Myers. Both Mr. L. F. Chapman, State Farm, and Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. I our midst one of the beloved mem-
'I I tll and Mrs. Williams have a wide Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan, Gaines Qulgley's sister, Mrs. F. A. Scott, bers of our Woman's Club of
.!I "I,',: I The Junior Music Club will meet circle of friends here and In Ft. ville. whose Starke, Lucille Kilpatrick Vlning. COFFEE
birthday anniversary was on o
I J ", Wednesday afternoon, February Myers who wish them much hap- .
St. Valentine's Day. We, the undersigned, in behalfof
i I k; E 20, at 3.30: o'clock, at the Woman's piness. I KIOHT O'CLOCK RED 'IRCLE
11-j I'' ,i'\\, It JS Club House. All members are Anniversary Meeting: The honoree was showered with the Woman's Club submit the c "1C1 h Full Bodied" "MIM-MeUim-:
l I' Honored resolutions
following :
U, urged to attend. Masons GuestsOf Of W. C. T. U. dainty gifts as a memento of the
'I"'-, ; ,' r; Local occasion. Resolved, that in the death of Lb. 17c Lb.
O. E. S. Chapter The local Woman's Christian lo 19c
I ; I ..:''.': ';' After a tempting five course Lucille Kilpatrick Vining, Starke
Monday evening, February 17, Temperance Union met Friday: afternoon dinner, conversation and political has lost one of its most prominent .
I it r1 1!''d RITZ THEATRE the members of Bradford LodgeNo. at the home of the president games were enjoyed by the followIng citizens, and one who was devoted || RUlES'jj BOKAR"VigorousWlney"Per
Mrs. Fred A. Scoott and fifteen Lb. 23c
} F. & A. M. and other Ma- family party: Mr. and Mrs. L. to the welfare of the Community, MBMIMiMI
ladies the afternoon'sprogram.
t : : \ STARKE sonic friends were the honored enjoyed J. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, Church, and Club. FANCY BLUE ROSE
('j guests of the Starke Chapter No. of Hampton; Mr.and Mrs. Wilbur Resolved, that we extend our
: : f : 1.1:" PROGRAMr.EOINNINO 168 Order of Eastern Star. A3 that date Is the anniversaryof A. Scott, Misses Mary Lee and heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved RICE 5 Lbs. 25c

:<,[ The chapter room was beautifully the heavenly birthday of Miss Elaine Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. husband, Lonnie D. Vining and to
1. Il' .' FRIDAY decorated with bamboo, palms, Frar.es E. Wllllard, the subject of Scott. j,. her family in.their sad bereave- -
i snapdragons, roses, sweet peas, the j-roj.rpm/ was the life of Miss ment. However, human consolations NO. 1 1I.INEPOTATOES
, t( 'I FRIDAY, FEB. 21 calendula, and valentines, for the Willard. A number of suitable MRS GRACE ,,\. BOWER is so weak and powerless Lbs.
? I Burns occasion. After a brief business songs wcro bung, with Mrs H. A Funeral service for Mrs Grace compared to the comfort of a 10 19c
"Mary session Mrs. Hoover turned the Bishop as piano accompanist, and '
A. Bower, 51, who< .died in Tampa Higher Power. _
Fugitive" meeting over to the program com- good reports were heard from the Saturday morning were held thereat Resolved, that a copy of these MARY-ANN- OLD- -FASHION-- - "
mittee. Mrs. W. C. Woolen of various committees.The i 2:30: Monday afternoon resolutions be placed in the min-

Sylvia SidneyS.'TUn.Y Lawtey, Miss Ruth Johnson, and 14th of February Is Mrs. I Mrs. Bowers: J% the daughter of utes of the Club, one sent to Mr. MEAL 10 Lbs. 20.Inno &
Mrs. W. J. Epperson were in Scott's and also Mrs. Maria K.Hull's Mr. and Mrs. ,'L.,C. Prescott, of Vinlng one to her family, and one .
FEB. 2J charge of the program. The following birthday anniversary, and Starke, and was a resident of to the Bradford County Telegraph. __ _______. __ _,____ u _ u

I Double Feature Interesting program was the 42nd anniversary of the marri- Gainesville until about two years I Signed: -No. 2 Can Lettuce 2 for 15c
presented: age of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Myrtice J. Carpenter,
Corn 3 for 25c
"Outlawed Guns"Buck Reading "Anxious" -- Sara Mrs. Scott's friends present. ago.She Is survived by her husband, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Fancy _

Jones Barefoot. ed gifts to her, and she in turn Ralph D. Bower; two daughters, Myrwin J. Long. lonit-No. 2 Can 2 for Tomatoes 2 lbs. 15c
and"Chinatown Reading-"When Pa and Ma presented gifts to Mrs. Hull and Mrs J. P. Camp, of Gainesville, '
Joined the Eastern Star"-Mack Mrs Epperson. and Miss Jean H. Bower, of Tam- Don't Get Up NightsLAX Stringless Beans 15cGraiwl FANCY DELICIOUS

,. Squad"L Futch. At the close of the afternoon pa; two sons, Hollis E. Bower, of TilE ULA1)nlat Apples 4 Ibs. 25c
Talbot Piano solo< "With My Love"Clara there was a pleasant surprise giv- Miami, and Hubert; R. Bower, of If It tails to flUMi out Impuritiesand Penn Motor York
Mae Harley. en by Mrs. Wilbur A, Scott, daugh- Tampa; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. excvHa uclJn which canoe the Irregularity Oil 2 gal 89c
HUN.-MON.. FEB. 23-24 Several Spanish numbers by C. Prescott that wakes yuu up. net Apples Gibs 25c
J J i ter-in-law of the hostess, who In- Starke and one tmuhu, juniper oil little
: 'Millions In The Air'John Miss Grace Dew-acompanled byMrs. vited the guests to the sun porch brother, F. 'L.. Prescott, of Dayton creep tablets hertciiu 't the, Shredded Collards Bnch 5c
Jeanectel Kincaid. r Mj bladder laxative! work on the
x where there was a beautifully arranged Ohio. bladder similar to cantor oil on the
Wheat 2 for 25c
' .: r Howard Piano'solo-"Veil Dance"-Jua- ; table centered by pink and bowels. Poorly acting bladder can Carrots 5c
nlta Barefoot. white Washington is called the cause fioanty flow, frequent desire,
Ilnrrle gladioli. Pink Ever '
; AVrndy candles also
backache. In four
burning or day
:, ; NEWS & COMEDY The chapter was pleased to have added to the charm of the table on green state on''account' of its If not pleased any, druggist will refund Cheese Ritz /2 Ib 20c Cabbage 2 heads 15c
I 'I II present with the Starke guests, which was served a sweet course 'I great evergreen forests. your ZSo. Mitchell's Drug
I TUKH.\\ED., FEB. za-ze members and friends from Store.
i Keystone with coffee, the favors being tiny -- -- -
1 I Y Hostess" Heights, Lawtey, and Lake red baskets filled with mints. I. grace distinctive flowerscherry CAMELS. LUCKIES, CHESTERFIELDS, OLD GOLDS
; "Broadway
Next Friday afternoon the meeting CIGARETTES 5 Pkgs. 60c
1 w Shaw During the social hour a delici- at herschel
Wine will be held at the
home of : __ __ __ _
i ,. i I-jle Talbot ous salad course was served. Mrs. J. T. QUIgI Y. Jacksonville n h'

I t Allen Jenkins Woodman Circle NoticeThe II phone 7-2129 PLAIN OR SELF-RISING-IONAFLOUR,

The steamboat built by Robert smart center! piece unusual corsages
NESDAY. Those attending regular meeting of the Fulton was called the "Clermont. flowers for gifts

l 'how Tuesday are eligible for Woodman Circle will be held Tues .....;:
prize liy. leading their name day night at 7:30: at the hall. At -
t ,with cashier Tuesday. this time an old fashioned spelling- 6 Llm. 12 Urn. 34 Lbs. 48 IM

bee will be given. All membersare .
". .. .' .' .' urged to be present. GREEN'S 23c 43c 83c $1.63

: : JUST 33 PAIRS Lb. I
CASH & CARRY Qt. FIG BARS 2 Lbs. 25c

SPARKLE 6 for 25c

I ; : LADIES' t We Have Reduced Lots of Prices Not Advertised Below j TEA Our Own / Lb. 19c; Lb. 37c


-i yIi| i TOMATOESNO. can Stfc I No. 2 Can 2 for


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GRITS 10 Ibs. 24c -- _

2.95 & 3.25 VALUES GRITS 5 Lbs.------ 13t

P & G SOAP 3 bars 13cSALMON, Pink, Can lOc I .
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j Irish POTATOES, 10 lbs. 19c PEANUT BUTTER, Qt. 22c HEINZ SOUPS 2 for 25c

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BUTTER 28-oz. 12Vc ASPIRIN Box 3c CUCUMBER PICKLES 25"oz.21c

COCOA lona 1 Lb. 8c

: 24-oz. 15c BUTTER
SHIPMENTWHITE iorM> \ILV I 1- Lb. 15c 21-oz,19c

' I ruin 1UFt'U' 1.> 12Vc' SALMON Pink Can .

BACON Lb. 12c e' WHITE': HOUSE : :

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t S.\NI .\I.S cans
SpeciallyI'rloeil COTTONSEED Pkg. 21c

at I II.I.. MEAL 100 lbs 1.49 CHUCK STEAK lb. 12lhe : .PRINCEALBERT CanOUNOIOTIIE"'SFr""h. ilk

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R. J Davis returned Tuesday.i-| Little i Miss Idell Landrum, who! Mr. and Mm T. T. Quigley and HAMPTON" Miss Ruby Fugate. Claude Al
I from a week's' visit in Daytonawith has been spending !several months Mr. and Mrs. H B. Arwood,
I I vare, Mr and Mrs A I. Spen ,
his I Mine Ada N,...... ..M..po.d.sl.
grandmother, Mrs. C P. la Inverness with her
Rev. G. E. bNJacksonville
grandparents Cutshaw t>C Lawteywere cer and daughter Anlce. all of 1
Bits of I Smith. I| Mr .and Mrs J A. Landrum in Jacksonville Friday attending Mrs. Geraldine Adkins bad as were the guests Sun '

returned to her home here Satur- a meeting held in the Calvary guests last Sunday, Mrs J W. day of Mr. and Mrs .1. F. Colle' 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. d'lY. Baptist Church by Rev. R. E. Mrs. Spencer and Anlcr remain .i r :
I H. Nasworthy Priest, J. C. Jfrlester, and Misses r, !r
spent Sunday in Gainesville as the ----- Neighbor. for a longer visit "
I IDc8l Ne* I{guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs Frank Carpenter, ------- Lyda and Jewel Priester.
Gertner. and daughter Joan of Jacksonville Mrs C. II Smallwood, of Traverse Mrs Nancy Harrison and Mrs.M. .

moved here this week. For I City Mich., who has been H Conger, of Blountstowns, are y+trln
CONCERNING Mr. the present they'are residing at the here for the past two months visiting visiting Mrs. Harrison's daughter,
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Mrs. L. D. Green spent home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson her slater, Mrs. J. H. Lord,
Mrs. J. I. Chaston
Thursday of this week in Mayo
( I left this week for Chicago where
with Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs L she will visit before returning to Mrs Jessie Wilson and mother M I sNOW

A. Dees The Rev. and: Mrs. C. B. Price< her home. Mrs. Idella Priest, and Prof. Harmon -
and daughters, !Gloria and Helen, Morgan, were shopping In ro".lr''ph.'' ...
Hope Haynes spent Tues- Mrs. C. A. Knight is spending Representative Charley E. Johns, were in Miami this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jerntgan Jr., Starke! last Saturday. ,:au*.. hn>y l '
MM, m (jainesville. I several days in Apopka with Mr. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and W. H. relatives of Mrs. Price. 'Mrs. Price of Gainesville, are announcing the Carlus Summers of Palatka vis- lOHMM Hi. fill**
y -' 1 and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Smith were visitors in Jacksonville and Helen remained. for( a longer I birth of twin daughters, Sunday, ited his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine t'NSOl'Nn 1)\1-
Tuesday. visit. February 16, at the Alachua County Sullivan this week t 81'UAMCRHAROLD : '
!T A Brlnson, of Hugh. : ., ,wa a Hospital In Gainesville The lit- Rev. G. E. Oitshaw and familyof
itor here Tuesday Mrs. George H. Lowry and Ford L. Prescott, of Dayton Mr. and Mrs. W M. Wainwright tle girls have been named Doro- Lawtey, were visiting sick ones
mother, Mrs. Alverna Dean, spent Ohio, was here this week and children Patsy, Billy, and thy Ann and Cora Elizabeth. Mrs. In Hampton last Saturday.Mr. .
K Norman, of Lawtey. was aJitoi Monday In Jacksonville. his parents, Mr. and Mrs visiting L. C. Martha Jane were the guests j I Jernigan was formerly Miss Geraldine and Mrs A. P. Stringer, and C.WAtt f r
here Wednesday.Mr Prescott.Col. Sunday of Mr. Wainwright's parents I Johns, of Starke, and the .son, A. J. Jr. all of High Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D Doyle and Mr. and Mia N. D. Wainwright daughter of Garfield Johns of have been visiting Mrs. Stringer's
I ,mil Mrs W. R. Conner an- Miss Florence Gill spent last Sr. Hampton. She was a member of mother Mrs W. R Jackson." 1 11i
Line, birth of a girl Satur- and Mrs. D. E. Knight had
Thursday in Jacksonville.J. the 1933 graduating class of Britt! *
as their guests Friday of last Mrs. L. A. Dees::, ; and Mrs. L. ford! -
High School. Both Mr. and Certain views and religious
-- week Dr. and Mrs. J. E. of B. Dees, of : ,
Malnes. Mayo and Mr. and Mrs. I
fryE'yE Jernigan have a wide circleof ideas of many heathen and Christian -
\ Priest of Green Cove C Manning went to a Jack- Lake Butler. Mrs. C F. Johns and children, Dor- friends here who wish to offer | sects may be traced directly
was a visitor here Wed- sonville hospital Monday, where he othy and Marvin of Live Oak, '
congratulations to ancient
isila\prlnx-' / underwent an optical operation.Mr. Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth were the guests j Sunday; of Mr. and u___ __ Egypt. 4f.--IL_ _...", :i

., spent several days recently in Mrs. L. D. Green I .,;.::.::,,,,::::':.. ::::o\W.-:\ :: .::.:.:.:':;u.):;;:.i' .1 .y., ...'
p I I' (carpenter has been con- and Mrs J. M. Mitchell and Gainesville as the guest of Mr. and Mr. I I S .
and Mrs. J ,
R. Boring of ,1
his' home for several days daughter, Miss Lucile, spent Sun- Mrs. Glen Wood. 't
,ith i InClucnza. : .day visiting relatives in Lake City. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. arrival Jacksonville of a, son are, Arthur announcing Michael the I ItKAI WATER TIP TOP GROCERY JIM 11.\ I IN /\, \ i '!; : '

Mrs S R Johns spent Wednes- Mills Beatrice Cady, of Jackson- Wall and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee her Boring.marriage Mrs Boring Mills Elizabeth was prior Andrews toj. I lltOUNI I'EAIll.GRITS. \ t IP,:

,y m Gainesville visiting Mrs. L. ville, spent Sunday here aa the spent Wednesday in Gainesville of Starke. I C. II. NASUOKTIIV. Owner and Operator ; : "
Jcrnlgan, Jr. guest of her mother, Mrs. Flora B. visiting relatives.

Cady. Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of Wildwood MEAL J '
Lesli' Biggs, of DeLand, spent Mrs. R J. Davis spent Tuesday was here Thursday visiting I SPECIALSTHIS J"
L pnMi week-end here with Dr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes was called to visiting In Jacksonville. She was Mrs. L. E. Moaeley Mrs. Strick-
UMIS E L Biggs. Falrby, Ga., Sunday due to the Illness accompanied home by Mr. Davis, land and Mrs. MoHcloy spent the "" '
-- of her mother, Mrs. R. p, Mc- who met her there. day in Jacksonville visiting their I 10 Lbs. 20c WEEK-END, FEB. 21-22 10 Lbs. 25c'; :

In Office |Larln. father J. C. Manning
Dotation Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville 't '" ":' : : "''' : '" :.': ":' :;- 4

Urged By Getzen Mrs. B. M. Fussell returned this spent several days this week I" r '

week Sebring.from and a Avon two Park weeks with visit relatives in- Mrs.with T.her J. grandparents Griffin. Mr. and I W.VOTE B. "Buddy"BISHOP FOR SALT4i..P' k'g'.s" }'O'c- 0"'LO" SYRUP Gale 40c ";;, ,

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs .
I IIKSTIIITE NO. 1 i :': ,
T. T. Long spent the week-end ,

Insurance Save 20, %convenient on your terms automobile too. with their mother, Mrs W. T. BACON Lb. 17c NEW\ SYRUP Gal. SOc I'I'I'' (; : .
\Vll-ou Realty. I-n-Stp, Jackson, of Baconton, Ga. I --. \ .,
..j 4,
la'I, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome Bill Doyle of Green Cove Springs fjJ"I' k I (XKMKIt .'INJoS'I''JIITE I : llllUtONItKII

spent last week-end In Jackson- spent the past week-end here visIting <<
ville with :Mr. and Mrs. S. K. New- his brother and slater-ln-law 1Yq
Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Doyle. <, Ib
some. I : I i iI Coffee lIe Lard lEe

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum had Miss Ruth Sternberg Is convalescing
as their guests during the week after a tonsillotomy which she
1'a end Mr. Landrum's father, J. A. underwent at the Riverside Hospital I II 5- {It S
Landrum, his brother-in-law and in Jacksonville, Monday. I t MUM! YELLOW': { SOI'IC!; I'lTTKD 1
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mon- II as I'J' '
Patten tague,,all of of Jacksonville.Inverness, and G. L. Jeanette Mrs O.Kincaid L Beasley are spending and Mrs several I 2 cans 25c 'l4

ro I days in Tampa with their parents NO. I IUISIIPOTATOES srtixitCORN

z ,, :, .. ,.: : .,' :. :'" Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. 10 Ibs. 19c 3 No. 2 cans 25c ;t

QUICK SERVICE Mr. and Mrs Jeff Johns spent FOR '
the past week-end in Gainesville DKI.K'10CIH RATINGAPPLES F.IU..JIJNa. r

MATTRESS 381!! PARK ST.CO. law visiting, Mr their and Mrs.son and Freeman daughter-in-Johns. COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE OF 4 Ibs. 25c PEAS 3 No. 2 cans 25c ,,

Samuel W. Getzen Mr. and Mrs. A. Stlenkner, of (Subject to YORKMI'. COOKINGAPPLES PK:.\NIIT

Kfirc-Hciitall\e|, 'e from Sumter New Mattresses Regardless Rebuilt of Condition.Like Massillon, Ohio, former residentsof Florida's Deninrrutlc Primary) 6 Ibs. 25c BUTTER 24-oz. 19c
Starke, were here Wednesday "
County. Inner- Spring and Felt Mattresses / bettcve the Dcpt of jar
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Young.
(1'1111'1' > means pragmas.' Itota- Made to Order or Ite- the
Agriculture belong to '
AMI i in oUI('" i Is one of the cardinal built ;
nriplrs, of the Democratic PariliilniH RELIABLE Upholsteringand Miss Edna Strickland Mr. and people of Florida and shouldnot CELERY Lge. lOc .
( "Sam" Oetzen. rnndlkte Mrs. C. S. Strickland and Doris be prostituted to selfish BUTTER Qt. 15c
furniture repairing.
for ST \TE TREASURER. Strickland were In Jacksonville
a. Pol. Adv. visiting Mr. and :Mrs C. T. Hen interests."-W B. BIshop. AH>.OltlEII KLAVOItS ,
ry. IM. 1'01.dv.. g e. ,c
SEZ:1 --_. JELLY 1 16-oz. IOc.
Mrs. R. C. Cone, Mrs. B. S. Edwards
to look
a woman
Mrs. A. C. Greene, and :Mrs. SPECIAL SATURDAY ONLY : .4
A ymr
she goes down to Leila's Jack Edwards and small son spent CENT }

Shop, gets\ a wave, a man- Monday In Waldo with Mrs O. E ORDI

and several other little didoes Ray. COLUMNFOR Franks lb. 1 OcCHUCK r ai

In no argument but what Misses Hope Haynes and Dorothy -
SALE- Fat'hcna/ 19c Lb.,
> good when they get Sapp and Sam Alvarez attended on
d1'hen the Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- old Green Cove Road, just east of I
A year ago I had my
nity dance in Gainesville Saturday city. W. A. Colley. It
fare lifted and hair waved. -- -- -- -----
nigit.: FOR SALE 100,000, onion plants, ROAST lb.
then I gave It a manicure sweet Spanish variety, $1 per w stern
shampoo and It Is now open Miss Mary Brownlee, who attended thousand. Dan lye Herman, Starke.
Come up and Vanderbilt University In "P
Nashville, Tennessee, for the past Western
five months, returned to her home FOR SALE Genuine' Missionary Brisket Stew lb. 15c
here Friday. Strawberry plants $2.33 per Fancy
Very Attractive I Assortment: of thousand, F', O. B. Judaonla, Ark. '
Col. A. S. Crews and Judge A. Order direct or place your orders
WASH SUITS WASH FROCKS Z. Adkins attended the meeting of with E. B Wells, Lawtey, Fla. Save fro COUPONSBallardsOBELISK Oolili-n NwtarBUTTER
(the State Democratic Executive M. Wood & Son, Judsonla, Ark.
I'lalnhlte., and Combination Shantungs PrintsSeersuckers Committee which was held in Jack-
.of, \\bite Skirt and Colored and Eyelets sonville, Tuesday. 4tNEW
Coats. Sizes II to 41 -.--- SEEDS true to name- FLOUR Lb. 39c

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, S. T. Corn, Beans Potatoes, Chufas, .... Yp
$1.98 I $1.95 Dell, Jr., and Miss Katherine Peanuts, and Velvet Beans Stock ,.p..r. 20 LBS. 98t
Shinds, all of Gainesville spent and Poultry Remedies. Cole Plan- NUCOA
Sunday here as the guests of Mr. ters and Fertilizer Distributors, at
EARLY SPRING SHOWING OFLADIES' and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. White's Store 2-14-lt\ Lb. 21c
--- FOR SALE- .Bent 80 acre farmIn
WHITE OXFORDS Mrs. N. D. Wainwrtght. Sr., Bradford County. $650 down, l\lr"", (I,.....'..
spent Wednesday and Thursday of balance easy. Go see this farm
!last week in Jacksonville with heron known as H. E Brown place and
) AT .: and daughter-in-law, Mr. and write me Mrs. Iva Rude 932 N OCTAGON NOODLESlOc/
Mrs. W M. Wainwright. W. 70 St., Miami, Fla. R. I
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$1.98 $2.45 $2.95 Mr. and, Mrs. W. C. Manning and 2-14-3lp .. SOAP s QAPr J t r

children, Marjorie and Billy, spent THIRTY ACRE farm above average r P4WDER C'TAGD'N Ifelnuira'n ',
Sunday in Jacksonville as the two miles of transportationfor
Headquarters For SOLID LEATHER guests of Mrs. Manning's parents, rent for year at fifty dollars, MAYONNAISE
:MEN'SOVERALLS Mado! by Peter's Shoe Co. Mr. and Mrs! G. II. Hill. good residence, and barn fence In S-oz. Jar 17c
A $3.30 -alu-our Price ---.-- fair condition D. E. Knight
Try One fair Mrs. L. E. Mcseley and daugh- 2t Palm Olive Soap, Bar 5c
hell Cord .__ $1.00 WORK SHOES ters, Misses Beatrice and Lillian Fumforcl Bilking %t 1
HOG PRICES at Central Florida Octagon Soap or Powders, Pkg. ..2'/2c
"apurade Moaeley were the guests of Mrs.
._ _
Livestock Market, Gainesville
Lee Moseley's sister, Mrs. C. F. Boyer Octagon Cleanser Can 5c POWDER12oz. '
Overalls $1.75: $2 Fla., last Monday Feb. 17: ,
of Jacksonville, Sunday.
HI Good Values' --- --.-.. Top No. 1, 180 to 250 Ibs., $8.40 Octagon Chips, Package lOc can 23c '
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent Tues- per 100 Ibs.; Top No. 2, 150 to 180 Orttlfrnn Toilet Soar Bar 5c w t +'.
WE RECOMMEND TillS BRAVUrviUNSINGWtAR Ibs, Jc "0 "<0" '"t) Iba.; Top N" 3.13v ,
In.r ';nville) visiting hercuGguer
day ;'1184 Martha Brownlee :; i.. *..v I.,. i.4O per Inc s' ouper ouu, rdcnalsc; lOc 5 Ibs. 14r '
I ,. Riverside Top No. 4. 110 to( 130 Ibs, $8.10 '
(dent nurse at the ,
: Hospital, who Is \ill at the hospital. per 100 Ibs.; Top No S, 50 to 110 BREAK O'MORN COFFEE Lb. 17c SUGAR 23c
THEY LOOK BETTER AND WEAR LONGER i Ibs, $7.73 per 100 Ibs. ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and I --who h R.
|Munsingwear 79c 89c $1
Hose ),[1'. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson spent to enter this line of work and SILVKIt KING -SELF-KISINK fi.LHS. 12-LBS. 21-LIJS N
Munsingwear Panties 49c Sunday la Jacksonville visiting who( are willing to( train for serv-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and ice and Installation work. Every

unsingwear Pajamas $1.95 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. .Epperson, Jr applicant Write Immediately.will I r,' be Schoeck Interviewed.Diesel FLOUR 22c 39c 75c.I

1 New SUIT CLUB Now Being Organized, You Can Buy a Mesdames Vonda Inman L. D. Training Division, Box 1229, Jack-
New Suit and Not !Miss the Money. Green, W. L. Andrews, P. S. Den-
sonville, Fla. 2tp .
mark T. C. Chastain, L. S. Hutto, ",, _, ... \.".'.';.. .'.". .1(-+ .. .. '." ..''"''''_: "''.'.I".r.'' '- .' ......." '."'.. """.:..,.-.,;"'. .._. .. \ ". '" ,
and bliss Amy Moore of Starke, REPRESENTATIVES WANTED:
IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S attended the North Florida No.( 2, To secure copyrighted contracts

District meeting tc-f the Woodman Individual or Family Groups 1 to( RAP IN \WAX --- WAX PAPER 2 Rolls 15c
] I Circle which wmtheld at Lake" City 80. Every claim paid. Address ;
Wednesday fernoca: and evening Suite 323: Comeau Building, West
'. Palm Beach, Florida. 2.143t V t.t1I

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11, -- I even break with Mr. Sean in come to make a decision |T
:" :" 11 PI'! 'belr

V d I assured The decision: as to who ---.- --- Banner,

: ] r will represent the district in con- A disappearing top .
ketleeBox wrmt h,
[ LIVE STATE NEWSNews gress will rest with the voters of Inside the rear deck Is femur, YhlJl i
; i 1 il FARMERS SECTION Duval Being County vitally In interested large measure.in com one of the .ewer French .,.rs *

: { Starke, Fla. of Florida in Short ParagraphsBODIES pletion of the canal and additional TRAIN SCIIEDfuT; ---
Conducted by Demonstration Aprents .J appropriations to'that end,
r Feb. 14, 1936.
I Jacksonville voters must decide
Ji'Ji'it. Ji'i Dear Editor: schedule changes sm! ,,
,i The following editorial appearedin .. which of the two candidates will January 8 and trains will jy
best them in the n
serve furthering
f' -----I last week's Pathfinder:
t. II -.I canal project. Marlon County supporters
I I Sounthbound
In the old days when Intoxicants RECOVERED OPPOSE NEAR r
of Mr. Green, who deserves No 1 Due
(it.t RURAL Hints To Housewives of every kind ran freely, the liquor TA VERNIER-Bodies of thirty- ST. PETERSBURG credit for starting the canalon No. IS -Due Starke 11 'n P 3t
people made blunder after blunder seven victims of the Labor Day with respect to St. Petersburg's Starke 4 i J p *
COMMON SENSE Being so dumb and brutish, hurricane on the Florida Keys Annual Festival of States Parade, Its way, believes he deserves reelection No. 107-Due Starke 9 n a

;I I' Weekly I from Home Demonstration they didn't even realize their blun- have been recovered during the scheduled for April 3, was an em- for his loyalty to the project No. 191-Due Starke 10 ji P J
j to see it through
J By SPUDS JOHNSON SpedaUwto, TaUahawiee ders. In the fullness of time these past thirty-four days. More than battled Issue here Saturday. Longa congress NorthboundNo.

blunders rose up and smote them. 400 persons died In the disaster. subject of controversy betweenthe Congressman Green, who Is deanof 2-Due Starke Ii 45) i I

CANNING BUDGET PROVES In the course of time, the liquor -._-_ parade committee and churches the Florida delegation in con- No. 16-Due Starke 12 w j' y,
r ': ITS UORTII IN FLORIDA USE MORE sentiment gathered force until the ADD MEANEST THIEVES and reform organizations anti- gress due to his long service, holds No. 108-Due Starke i> !', P 3t

I RURAL HOMES LAST YEAR prohibition amendment, in turn, SANFORD-Here's another of nudist cannonading broke out membership on the rivers and bar- Starke and U'unnee Branch

1 '),' ( -- With a heavy pecan and walnut was thrown out and intoxicants of those meanest thief stories: This afresh with a double salvo from bore committee of the house, which No. 101-Leaves Starke 7 'ni \ .u

t (', Winners of a budget canning crop still with us, why not make every sort could be had in quanti- one took four pieces of solid silver leading churches, calling on the should weigh heavily with votersIn No. 102-Arrives Starke I .0 P S I

'. I ,' contest; were announced recentlyI for the family and more delightful of the many nut ties everywhere. This is the condi- communion service from the Epis- committee to stop the practice of the second district when they T. J. GR ).Kr.N i

I ,'i ;' by the State Home Demonstration Interesting? the simple tion today. But are the liquor copal Church here. Each of the adorning parade floats with nude ,

;4 I I ) Department. In this contest, women -I products delicious Among and rather very unusual people using their special privileges pieces was dedicated by the donorto and near-nude women.COUNTIES BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
: blunder- deceased member of the .
: from many Florida counties wisely, or are they some I
l' homemade nut candles for Instance -
1i '1I I I'had planned their canning budget ing again? They are blundering church. ? GET SHARE': line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
J'1 glazed nuts dipped
themselves and their again! One of the most flagrant 1 1
/ to Insure TALLAHASSEE Counties last
; 4 [ nuts and spiced nuts. UAY NIGHT
''c- ',ad:' (families of a bountiful supply of Nuts are good dipped in fondant Invasions of decency was seen dur- POOR LOSERTAMPAA week received $2,500: each as their t

1 ",, [home raised canned fruits and veg- or in melted chocolate. If you ing the Christmas season when man who became share of the second distribution to 53 PHONE 53

; tables for use during times when feel like being extra fancy dip flaming advertisements everywhere enraged because the jack pot from be made from State taxes on race G. II. BENNETT. Mjrr. t

: these same fruits and vegetablesj them first in fondant and then in Incited people to take to a slot machine had not fallen after track admissions and wageringThe "A HOMELIKEAND INSTITUTION" '

J J'f j would not be available for use chocolate. ; drink-to celebrate the coming of he had fed many nickels in it, total apportionment was

,l .1 ":'' j fresh. Then they made plans to j Christ on earth! Just think of brandished a pistol In typical "desperado" $167,500.: The same amount also -

-{; [ produce the needed supplies Even Ubiquitous peanut can It! Why, hard-boiled people with I style at Dad's Pool Parlor, in the first apportionment made -
coat of
growing plenty for fresh consumption be made delicious with a any sense pay more respect than 1230 Franklin St., shot wildly into several days The State law
and a surplus for pre- sugar. Take 1 cup of raw peanuts this even to heathen idols. the walls of the establishment, and ago. at For
(unblanched), 1 cup of sugar and Advertisements purporting to legalizing pari-mutuel wagering Expert RepairingSmith's
I serving. then fled in a car.KEFENT race tracks provided for tax collections -
1 1 of water. Cook ,
J It la a simple matter to figure cup together show Santa drinking whisky have --
to be distributed
JhL [ out the number of servings of each stirring until the syrup spins a so aroused religious feeling In New AT LEISURE equally
i the State's
among sixty seven
from fire beat
thread. Remove that bill has been Introduced
j product which will be needed durIng England a MIAMI BEACH If
you marry counties.
;, i the year, and to subtract from briskly until every peanut is beau into the Massassachusett In haste, warns Judge William M. I GaragePhone

[ the total the number which can be tifully coated with a pink-colored legislature forbidding the use Lewis of Philadelphia, your chances BIG HAILSTONES DAMAGE
I''' 1 served fresh. The difference will sugary mixture. In advertisements of the pictureof union
1 of making a lasting are LAKE WORTH-Hailstones described -
i !' be the number of servings needed You may add nuts to almost any' any public person, living or about fifty to one. Judge Lewis, in some sections as "the
I candy recipe, :from fudge to dead historical Imbibing 120
| from cons. Then It Is another aim pop- literary or who since 1922 has heard more size of walnuts" that fell over
c pie matter to grow enough of each corn balls. Vary your popcorn liquor. Rep. Sawyers, authorof than :50,000 divorce cases, said southern Palm Beach

s hI ij'' 1:product to provide the total requirements balls by adding some chopped nuts the bill, said, "Here we have 'fully fifty per cent of the cases terday and today did County damage yes-to Wrecker Service Day or Night
,' |I or more. to them. Extra delicious molasses Santa Claus, the children's most
which come before me are a result observers set at
9 '' K The State Home Demonstration : taffy Is made by adding chopped adm'retl! friend, perhaps next to a crops twenty per
) of too hasty marriages. cent stones pelted
or more. Huge
"'Department in Tallahassee has black walnuts to the taffy. religious character, the most lov- _
I --- --- the rich farming areas around Del-
Nothing it nicer than ed character: : the children know, in i
i' leaflets which will assist one In this I fancy SCHOOL BOYS, FIGHT FIRECARRABELLF.Schoolboys ray Beach and Boynton this morn-
I program. And local county home quick nutbread or a loaf of orange I advertisements exploiting a cer- and ing, after two flurries yesterday WANTED HARDWOOD & PINE
tain bland of the brand
demonstration agents are always nut bread containing chopped pecans whisky as
townspeople formed a bucket brigade afternoon and last night, while
eager and able to help. In some and orange marmalade. In Santr drinks, !" and succeeded In whipping marble-sized stones fell in Lake VENEERING BLOCKS & CROSS TIES
sections of Florida fact nuts added to almost The hirJ liquor forces seem to
the of
season any threatened
4k i back a fire that to destroy Worth along with heavy rains that
!. i heavy production and consequent. good recipe you have for cake, have read the handwriting on the Carrabelle's main business flooded some city streets three (DInicnHlon und Board Feet of Block, Doyle !Scale' ) I

I r, ,, t l >< ly the best time for canning, is cookies or quick breads give added wall for they have just withdrawn section. The fire-Was brought under Inches or more. Length 62" 58" 63" 4.V 42" 8S"

I j ; et t )now. In other areas not much richness and flavor. From using the radio for advertis- control after It' destroyed the Diameter
ing their stuff "Appreciating the 12" 20 IS 17 14 13 I l2
t canning can be done until summer,
) 'M ; Spiced Nuts store and residence of S. C. Council WILLVISII "LEX" WELL IS"
I I", i but plans can be laid for It. Take 2 value of public confidence they 25 23 21 18 16 11
cups sugar -' former State senator, with a Although friends and supporters 14" SI 29 26 23 20 18 .1
; Winner of first prize: In the red % cup cornstarch 2 teaspoons say, they have "diligently endeav- loss which he estimated at $12,000.y of Congressman R. A. "Lex" 15" 37 35 S3 27 25 22
r ored to adhere to all state and
i rcent contest lived in Palm Beach .
i (a t salt, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, 1-4 cup Green will not have the privilege 16" 4.1A3 42 38 S3 SOSO 27
b k County. She kept careful records, cinnamon, 2 teaspoons ginger, 1 tablespoon federal regulatory measures. Why McCALL AT RAIFORD of making an X nfark opposite his 17" 49 42 38 S'i
used improved methods, and added public confidence is the very thing 18"
ground cloves 61 57 52
I? V4 pound MIAMI-George F. McCall, former name on the primary ballot next 43 40 37
1 :modern equipment for the work. shelled nuts, 1 egg white and 2 tablespoons that has been outraged! clerk of the Criminal Court, June they are interested in his 19" 70 65 m 51 47 4?
( I : ; "My canning budget has proved its cold water. Very truly 20" 80 74 68 58 A3 48SO
to succeed himself
taken to the State at candidacy as
r sound economic worth" she Publicity Dept. was prison 21" 90 84 76 66 60 M
with emphasis. says Mix Ingredients and sift three Starke W. C. T. U. Watford to begin serving a ten-year representative from the second dis 22" 101 94 86 74 67

: times. Beat egg white slightly and; sentence for embezzlement of more trict. 23" IIS 104 95/ 82 75 68

1 f*. Filling the pantry with an ample add the cold water. Put the nuts ,reaches a temperature of 310 deg.F. than $22,000 of county funds Mc- Redistricting the state to makea 24" 125 116 106 90 83

k' > supply of canned and preserved In a wire strainer and dip into the or until the syrup begins to dis Call awaiting the outcome of a place for the fifth congressman, 2.." 138 128 117 101 93 71M

I. 1M products Is a matter for the entire egg mixture until each nut Is well ; color. Remove from the fire at State Supreme Court appeal, choseto took Marion County out of the 2H" 131 141 128 111 100 DOIDS/
f i( Too often It Is left : 27" 163 154 140 121 110 m/!)
family. to the coated. Drain. Roll nuts In a once and check boiling by settingthe go to Raiford so that the time second district and added Jackson-
I' women and girls of the farm. The part of the spice mixture. Spreadthe In a of cold water will apply on his sentence. ville to what was the old second, 28" 180 168 133 132 120
saucepan pan 29" '
t i, 195 182 J66 143: ISO 117
men must eat and therefore should with Marlon the next to the
spice mixture 1.4 inch thickIn Remove from the cold water largest SO" 211 107 179 155: 140 127
,r 4, take an interest in providing the a shallow part and place the nuts and set! in a pan of hot water while CAVE-IN AT JASPER county in voting strength, in that '

necessary eatables. on this, separating each one. Cover dipping. Place nuts separately on JASPER-Two automobiles anda district. Therefore, in the forth- Will Pay $6.00 per M. Feet Board Mennure In'Woods. Loaded on

) The winner Mrs. Louise Rawle, with the rest of the spice mix- long pins or steel skewers, or hold garage dropped far below the coming election Mr. Green must Our Trucks, or $8.00 per M, Delivered on Yards at Law-fey or

ti ', says "Much: of my canning success ture and bake in a slow oven with a small pair of tweezers and surface In a "cave In" near here. contest with a Duval or Jackson- $10.00 per M. Loaded In Cars Anywhere. Sweet Gum, Black Cum,

r [ has been due to the Interest and (250: deg. F.) for 3 hours. Remove I dip in the syrup. Place dipped The sizeable, almost square, plotof ville candidate. In all probabilityW Tupelo Bay and Ash Cut 58 Inches Long Pine Cut 42 Inc'h'eLong .
: Magnolia Cut 38 43: 53
I or 62 Inches Also Will
of Long. Buy
i cooperation my husband. If from the oven and sift. Save the nuts on a meal sheet to harden. ground which sank was close to J. Sears, resident of Jacksonville -
Croon Ties In Wood. Loaded
1 on Our Truck. Pine ,
t Sap Tupelo
|r more men could be acquainted with mixture to now serving as
spice use congressman-
again. Nut Bread the Lake City-Valdosta highway Black
Orange Gum 7x9x8/( @33c; 7x8x8U) Z5c; 6x8x8M) @IV:\ :
j ,
,, fj, i : practical saving Involved I am Oluce Nuts Take 1 egg 3 teaspoons baking Such phenomena are reported occasionally at-large, will be Mr. Green's op- Heart Pine, Oak, Cypress 7x8x8 H @ 43c; 7x8x8'S.V.' ;\ :
d J 'sure their wives would find their Use 2 % ponent W. J. Sears also has 23c.LAWTEY.
cups sugar, teaspoon powder, 1-3 cup sugar, 1.4 cup In Florida. The sinks many 6x8x8H @
t ; i :1 aid invaluavle In plaiyilng a prac- cream of tartar, and 1 cup water. shortening, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, are believed caused by under- friends in Marion who regret that

J Ural, common-sense budget. I Put the ingredients in a sauce 1 cup candied orange peel, 1.3 cup ground streams.REPUBLICAN. one or the other of these two must LOADING & SHIPPING CO.J. .

..; feel that my budget has establish pan over a hot fire. Stir constantly syrup from peel or 1 cup orange I .-- go down in defeat at the polls L.

? ) ed Itself as an"integral part of my but not after the sugar has dis- marmalade, /4 cup chopped pecansor COMPETITION when they both try for the one seat LAWTEY HARKELL FLA.o Manager.

." rr "', housekeeping. solved. Let the syrup boll until it i walnuts, and 4 cups flour. MIAMI-Telling of a "well-oiled now occupied by Mr. Green.
Sift flour and measure. Sift working force," W J. Howey, former Congressman Green can count

again with baking powder, salt Republican candidate for gov- on carrying the second district

and sugar. Put shortening into ernor, said Florida Democrats faced outside of Duval County, where he

mixture. Add milk to well beaten competition In the coming elections is well and favorably known. It

eggs and mix thoroughly with "Between Pensacola and is believed that if he can get an r
flour mixture. Stir in orange Tallahassee" he said, "fifty-two .y

I ';,bfI''i + peel nuts! and syrup. Bake in a Democrats have come over" to the I

l moderate oven 50 minutes Makes Republican party "and from Tallahassee -!
'' Er, ? ; One gallon 2 medium sized loaves. to Jacksonville twentytwohave

F Serve plain with butter for after registered to complete this organization :- Do You I ,
could lift a noon tea or with cheese filling for work." .t

i l r "' for delicious sandwiches, .

i i' The Ethiopians are said to have TALLAHASSEE State Tress ,

mileTHERE'S derived their religion and civiliza- urer W. V. Knott reported this

9F tion from the Egyptians. week that $131,203 was receivedIn
Iry .I .... .. I
... licenses from Insurance companies L

". .j The particles of dust in the up- and agents during the four

> per atmosphere reflect only the peak months of the fiscal year of Whether the"Pain"

blue waves .of light.WHEN 1935-36. This showed a slight Increase
Y ,,. over the $129,440 received Remedy You Use "

iLitt4 .ra.aa raae during the same period of 1934-35: is SAFE? TRIJST A f fWO'MAN

s according to Knott, who as treasurer

also la insurance commissioner Ask Your Doctor \

lit(f 1 of the state. and Find OutDon't -

kidneys function b.dly end I .I
suK.r a nigging beckeche, pick the-
with dizziness, burning, scanty or too Forest Service Nursery prepared I Entrust Your ,
.i ?jt freauent urination end getting up .! to furnish four million pine seed ; Own
night when you f feel tired. nervous, lings next year to supply Civilian or Your Family'sWell best values1 r

3 .11 upset us. Dons Pit .. ConservationCorps members and Being to Unknown ,
\ Do n's for I
,1 : re especially poorly
I \ landowners. Durmg "unusually
working kidneys. Millions of bones Preparations
tavorable'conditions" of the last i
ere used every 'Ie.,. They .re recommended .
the country 0".'. Ask 'lOutnelghborl few months, the Forest Service announced THE person to ask whether! the ,-

supplied,by some the nursery 3200.000 were seedlings plant !are preparation taking} for the you relief or iheudachey 65% of: Florida Motor: Lines [(j

''t n to use regularly is
vSi' a ed. .An increased demand la ex- your
family doctor. Ask
him particularly ;
pected next season. about Genuine BALER ,
ASPIRIN Passengers are Women
iic LAN1MH BUSY lie will tell you that before the

tl TALLAHASSEE-Attorney Gen- "dis'overg pain" remedies of Bayer Aspirin most Women know values th... 0.. ........,.owl.., popularityMrrlc .
eral Cary D Landls has announcedthat were advised 01..rao.ld.. Motor LI... with women, which qlvMreturn ,\
II I .chestcoos Against by physicians as bad for the .....i .Iu. for the dollar than '
his department has handled stomach! and. often, for the heart. n.poruiloa. ,,... .10......... l1be.al .nF 0th.privilege Corm d 1
P mere important legal caves during \\hich is food for Women
thought if
qqEii enjoy
| t' ur y seek uirlr *. .+,. you ......'..dln.... f.aur.convenience c' i> ,.....'.,which. Frequent U one eohedulee el the noels et ". 1'rip '

1# '! 10..i !any other four-year pvuoa of thestate's Scientist, rate Bayer 1\.lfl&l.. handy luau lb.d..11"Ia. "d. claol. ot d._... ,.
ataeoa. ... a,. 11..1 "car
the .1 thUII.. hold ADd "
attorney General Landis among fastest methods yet discovered ahepdag C..,.... 11.1", a
also said there of for.(the relief of headachesand Women
are more cases
EXTRA "LIFT"IN appreciate 10.Of
'il. I quicker major Importance now being bandied the and pains of rheumatism neuritis Ways w,lb ..... thin beauty through 01 th.F1or\da'beet ......?.__. sigh- Miami 1000f
yield or which have been disposedof neuralgia. And the experience and mat .olo.hll. .ou.etd.. : wid''o....",. '.n'wSrdowI \V. P. Brush
1 of millions of user has proved .lv.; tu.u Lion from ell .ld. of ... etreamllaed b.... St. Peter,+h'g
H-C-15 during the last six months than it for :t
ogle the
,, % to 20%, more I VApOfls. ever before Topping the list of regularly. In average your own person interest to use re- .11..11.. ....demand b.... 01 comfort Florid. MOlor found W..In. with the luxudo..w th.w Tampa .';.
Iil the major cases ground throughthe member this. tad ..pis '''II cb..... 01... bit,. 110.. b..d.,.biq.,. e..y .

smooth power __......._..._/.." I ppULTICE mills of continuous litigation. You! can get Genuine Bayer ohms.and ': cah--'_ b.alllt..1 .......t Ia floddai ..pia..... Oeall Gain.,'"lllr 1<<..

t ACTION Landis said, is the 1935 chain store Aspirin at any drug tore- simply

6 Ask the Sinclair Dealer/ >6I tax case Involving annual reve- by BAYER asking ASPIHIN.for it by Make nome it a UNION BUS STATION

1 nue originally expected to total pout to do this-and lee that
,4 f $1,500.000:> of the $10,500,000: a year get what you want.Bayer MR!'). E. II. SMITH, Agent
; Agen' Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) "
y 'l appropriated for schools by the Opposite Court house phone 1Sg
a r.4 i'i'I I VOn SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 1935: legislature.
.'nos E 138 Aspirin
J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. Porto Rico's hurricane of 1928
I established a velocity of wind record -
d b1Lc cf almost 200 miles; per hour.

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T.iRRE: CHUBC1I DIB1CCTOBTFtRST ed Just below, but she did not 1 Lilleo watched. Suddenly she drone of the warriors' song. Mala When Lilleo had spent her!' anger- ( I 1! I' J.' .

BAPTIST CHURCH I L falter. Reaching the bank, she dove I screamed shrilly to attract her people shook her roughly and cautionedher In her futile gesture of defiance L r" t

0. B. Prloe, Pastor Into the water and disappearedfrom I Mala her her close with his to be silent. She laughed at Mala tried to talk with her. She ) ; \ !
Rev School 10 o'clock a. m.. view. Main followed her right arm while he clamed his him and cried out agnln. Mala's was sullen silent. Hi told her of ,-t: 1
Sunday Supt.Morning' ; J closely Swimming: strongly underwater ; I left hand over her mouth. She had heavy fist crashed high on her the beauties of the Types valley on '; I"" '

r Thomas Worship, 11 a. m. AGA he caught her as she struggled long before found the futility of head and she went limp In his the Island of Nukahlva, that was to o..t. :,, r \

V. 6:45: p. m. vainly to regain the surface. resistance, and, again she submitted Tm Unhampered by his burden, be her home. He told her. too, of t{: .I\;\, /' '

Y.P Worship, 70: p. m. Diving. again, she tried to shake I as he caught her In his arms he stepped Into the pool and wad- hid prowess as a warrior and & .j3'r''!' I
Evening Wednes"iliaweck aftrct 6y CHARLES REID JOWLS from herself free, but Plata was not to :'nd carried her back Into the seclusion ed swiftly towards the falls. A hunttr. but she showed no Interest. t : ;' I

S3 Teachers D1. Meeting ,+, l&Mettq nlduynens. be eluded. Tired and weak for of the> dense shrubbery. desperate lunge carried him At times, she chose to ignore him iI' I' !'j''j'I I

45 Prayer service, Wed- want of air, Bbceaaed/ to struggle. Back in the village the vahlnes through the rushing torrent of the completely; and, again, she laugh- ;l Y, ',j, l'' .'

30 CHAPTER 1 Reva to the darktr-skinned wom- Male released her and they rose told their story of the raid to the cascade, and he found the safety of ed derisively as he boasted of his \' /' j I ,

esdar p. ?iAfethodtet The warm, tropical sun was en of their own tribe. to the surface together. at tuakana the ruling elders, and seclusion on the smooth, flat ledgeof virtues, after the traditional Cue-t+ '11'p

ChurchRev climbing slowly out of the sea. Lil- Now, as Lilleo and her friends Resting from her wearing effort the al tuakana, In turn, told themof stone behind] the apaque sheetof tom of a Typee suitor. ir i "

M. Montgomery, Pastor. leo, having left her fare, a typical were disporting; themselves about while she was-Atrying to devise other depredations by the dreaded falling water. Finally unable to appease her d''{{ i'' J
B native hut of thatched bamboo some new ruse to effect her escape, Typees. Then, as the Tofoan Again, the war-song of the warriors Mala ceased his efforts, and they 4 "
School-10 a. m. at the quiet pool, twenty pairs of I + teat
Sunday the first glimmer of dawn Lilleo studied her captor. Mala warriors were returning to the village reached his ears, louder and long together In sullen silence.* <-
Worship-II a. m. ran powerful arms pushed a Types war '
Morning[ swiftly the beaten smiled happily at nor, and his eyes it was discovered that Lllleo closer than before. Presently, he Then, suddenly and without warnIng ;
7:15 to
League- : p. m. path canoe silently towards the beachcf
Epworth the Minas were kindly. He looked like a was missing. The warriors knew could hear them above the din of Lilleo Jumped to her feet and'
i Worship, 7:30: p. m. pool. titls, all the gaily Tofoa. Taro, grizzled chief of
Evening invited to all these serv- bedecked birds of the Island of To- the warriors, stood forward on the taata mal-tal, a good man, and not that she had not been taken away the rushing water, as they beat plunged through the falling water ; i

You are foa, called out their greetings as high prow, urging his men to 1 like the Typee she had pictured by the Typee, for here had been! about the brush at the sides of the Into the pool. Mala followed her. 1 I

i Bice she sped by. But, Lllleo heeded greater speed. Jerky, Impetuous from the harrowing stories of the no vahines In the war-canoe, and, pool. While he listened Intently for So when she saw him at her side,

Presbyterian Church I them not, for she was determined gestures conveyed his impatient I;i fetil, her family. A plan was slow so, fearing she had been hurt, they any sign to Indicate thhe, had she swam slowly to the side of the

Rf. 'ceorge H. Lowry Minister I to be the first at the bath this commands to the oarsmen, for ly developing" in Lllleo's mind and set out again to try to find her. been discovered, he hold the uncon- pool and climbed gracefully to the t
m.-Sabbath SchooL I she was waiting a chance to put It Again, the resonant boom of the scious Lilleo tenderly In his arms. mossy ledge above It Throughout ; I,
I Hi( ')((1 a morning. Taro knew that the slighest sound
I I into execution. Treading water log-drum sounded through the Island Sho breathed evenly and quietly as the day. Lilleo made no further 1' I
Morning Worship '
11 i oo) A. M.- ; Breathless from her exertion but might warn the (Islands of Ms I ;
I I lightly they faced each other. and Lllleo knew that she though In ll'eplnd he !:new that effort to scape. She followed Mala 1, tt S ,
fgrrmon by the pastor. happy, she flung herself beside the approach, and his sixty warriors, I
Peoples Vesper Mala, uncertain made no further would soon be rescued. But. Mala she would soon awakenAt submissively when he wont out to> s i V'
-, 00. p mYoung pool to wait. Each day. it was a mighty fighters though they were, I
\ what had other of after what seemed search fr.r his lost ,
move for he was confused by plans. Alone course length an : I paddle-onr, stopping ot
Service mad dash to be the first of the would prove no match for the hostsof
Worship. 1 he assumed to be her sudden submission he could not hope to cope with the indeterminable wait Mala could. only on the way 10 gather t
m. Evening to reach the Tofoa.
7io p young girls water but.
I Tofoans, but he hoped to outwit )I, hear I hIll the warriors had passedon flowers which she twisted Into & .
each day too, the winner waited
Kotenood Baptist! Church Taro was resplendent, in his war I Then quickly, Lllleo turned them throughout the Guy, HO that. Thei! song faded In the dla'i colorful wreath for her hair" f '
until the other vahines had arrived.
KL.( G. Hemingway, Pastor regalia. A towering head-dress of away from him and struck out When .at last they were engulfed t i
'Lllleo the ;
surveyed scene
services every Sunday. Bible brilliant tropical plumage crowned I boldly with powerful strokes to- by darkness MaIn led her to the i

;t'.dv' 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: before her with sparkling interest, his head. Heavy necklaces of polished ., wards the cataract twenty feet r beach Once, when she started to .
i for custom had not dimmed its
ouck, In afternoon. ( boar's teeth hung to his away. In a flush Mala was after cry out for help, he threatened her i j'' ;
W beauty for her.HalfreclinIng. waist. A maro of dark tapa cloth I her. In a few,feet. he caught her. ,. o 1 with his club-like fist: and Lllleo, ,

I BETHEL: n.\PTi"T CHURCH : on the broad flat hung in heavy folds from his waist, This time he hold her firmly. She remembering her experience of the i

Ki-v. L. A. Donnley, Pastor ledge of downy moss above the I I ending in clusters of braided tas- struggled fiercely biting, kicking, I morning, made no further show of i ,,' +t

Services every first Sunday. I pool, she reveled in the foaming sels. Dark loops of braided human scratching, as they drifted towardsthe rebellion. Ills ears and eyes strained a'

I' Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. rushing waters of the cataract that hair the hair of vanquishedfoes center of the pool. Male laughed I for any\ chance Tofoan who y'

y" Bible Study and Prayer Services' tumbled noisily Into the crystal- encircled his ankles and at her futile efforts, but he did might see them he followed the i

]every Saturday night. !, clear, green-blue pool below her. wrists. In his right hand, he held I not relax his grip. I line of the water. Mlle after mile,

1 Its cool, rippling waters Invited her an elaborately carved paddle-spear Suddenly, caught in the rushing they walked, searching for a boat

First Christian Church now, but she must wait impatientlyuntil of kosr wood. His warriors were! II current, they were whirled about that would take them buck to the ; ft,

Rev. \\'. T. McGulre, Pastor the others joined her. As the similarly bedecked, but their ma- together. Holding her tightly in I land of the Typees.

'{ Bible School, 10 a. m. morning sun crept higher over the ros ond-thelr necklaces were less one arm. Mala tried to fight Ho advanced even more furtivelynow tr ( l

Communion, 11 a. m. yellow-blossomed purao trees Lll- elaborate.As against the stream. His magnificent as he approached the village { t

Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. leo slid back Into the shade, for, the canoe slid silently onto arm stroked out with savage $: cf Tofra. But it seemed a needless ,

Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 like, all the vahlnes of the Islands, the beach Taro led the way power, and his sturdy legs beat a caution, for no villager was) gt''

s IP m she was proud of the flawless ashore. Mala was close behind rapid rhythm, but they were car- stirring, and apparently Lilleo ', t

Preaching Second Sunday 11 a. creamy tan of her satiny skin. him. At a whispered command, ried slowly backward. Lilleo clungto wJ4 had been forgotten by her people.

} | m and 8 p. m. Lilleo was restles as she waited. I forty of his men followed him in a him desperately. Mala smiled. Rounding a bend, within a few 'C 1

She jumped lightly to her feet and dash across the wide expanse of He struck out again with renewed hundred yards of an outlying fare

St. :\1111'1,. Episcopal Church darted tirelessly about as first one snow-white sand to the dense jun- vigor; he was fighting now for the t' Ira, Mala spied a small canoe of bar J, b

Service on second, fourth and thing, then another caught her vivacious gle beyond. Twenty men remained life of his woman. rlngtonla wood, a typical Tofoua

| fifth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. fancy. Deftly, she wove a behind to man the boat. As they Then, an eddy engulfed them. fishing vessel. He caught Lllleo In (s i

Litany and choir practice at wreath of gay hinano, a striking reached the end of the clearing, the Spun about dizzily in its mad whirl, his arms and, carried her to the '

[ 7-30 o'clock on Friday nights preceding contract with the rich, dark brownof warriors deployed, advancing in Mala was helpless. They coursed boat Running the canoe out Into

I ( Sunday services. her long, wavy hair that fell groups of twos and threes towardsthe quickly on towards the cataract, the surf he vaulted over the side rand

loosely over her shoulders. But, as pool of the vahlnes. They and the surging waters carried he terrified vahlne fought viciously to free herself was soon paddling with deep, ,; '

she studied her smiling reflectionin knew the way well, for Taro had them over the falls, and they were but Mala only laughed at her struggles.under strong strokes towards the open

the rippled surface of the pool, led many raids upon Tofoa before. hurtled down into the large pool, sea. r"

it did not please her and she toss Mala cleared a path for his chief. twenty feet below the cover of a deep, troplCalj j tance. but he knew that the search From his position in the stern id C

BOB JONESComments ed the wreath aside. Now, a frangipani Presently, the Typees closed In darkness, he might steal a had not been abandoned, for the Mala watched Lllleo's every move.

1 caught her eye, and she tried on the pool. Well concealed by the CIIAITEIt II and return to his native Island. steady boom of the drum beat out Once, when he thought she was

t On Here this saffron-colored, star-shaped thick foliage, the awaited the fllgMala Still clinging tightly together. And Mala was determined that Lll Its relentless rhythm. contemplating escape over the side, i.i 4

II Lilleo and Mala shot over the falls leo should go with him. When Lllloo's eyes opened, she he cautioned her with one terrify- I ,

And Hereafter ; and Into the pool below. Thwarted Soon, Mala heard the ominous saw a kindly, friendly face close ing word, "Makos- -sharks!"

.J rn "rR _ again in her attempt to escape, LIl1 sounds of the Tofoan hosts beating to hers. She recoiled quickly, and Lllleo sat tensely" her eye j
spied Lilleo and 1 leo offered no resistance now when their way through the junglo. They Main did not try to restrain her. straining for a last, lingering 4

<'D the twenty-first chapter of his quest was ended. Mala, fresh and strong despite his sang as they came, and Mala's Instead, he reached forward, his glimpse of Tofoa, the home of her \ ptil' ,
j th gospel of Luke our Lord warned a l 1 to the keen told him hands the childhood. "
i y exertions, pulled her safely ears that they were cupped barely touching
His disciples of the perils which bank and drew her up upon the closing in on him from all sleles.I sheet of roaring, fulling water. He (To Im continued)

I were before them. He told them ; ledge. Tired, but not beaten, she There was no time to lose. Catch- extended his hands to her, offeringher ?

(Ihu- deceivers would arise. He lay back to rest herself while she I Ing up Lllleo in his arms, he broke a drink. She pushed him away ,

I l warned them of wars and commotions I planned some new stratagem. Mala through the brush Into the clear- and the water splashed .down the Help Kidneys ,
He "Nation shall rise
said smiled contentedly as his eyes Ing about the pool. The terrified front of her pareu. Lllleo shuddered If poorfanUnhi! Eldiurmm*
[ against nation and; kingdom I rested 'on ttte'lovely contours of vahlne fought viciously- free at the sudden chill, and Mala Q Bl-ddm mk yea onef fnm Ucttto-r kl
JoI___., JUt_ I'
He told them Up Nlahu./
against kingdom. revealed In all herself but Main at / She was inclined to laugh, ''J t
her slender body, only laughed laughed Pmln. BUIfniBoning.. &a.1 v. +
then. would be great earthquakesin its glowing beauty by the gay pa- her struggles too, but she checked, herself and O IteblBff.' Mr AaUftr,, ." try tea.i........... S+" (
many places and there would be xy reu that was her only garment. Now, Lilleo screamed. Her pierc- beat angry hands against his taw- Doaue'.Pr..w.doaCy.wxWI"a-iac <" n.r w.a ; i iI +
famines told Cvatex {
t and pestilences. He Below them towards the beach, ing shriek rose high above the deep ny chest
j ih'>m before these calamities would --- --- -- --
other Typee warriors were strug-
come that they would be brought
: gling wit hthelr captives. None of
I Ini prison and before kings and
the vahines had surrendered with-
u ruI i"' In the thirteenth verse of
but few had escaped. -
[ lh- chapter He said, "and It shall out a struggle
l Those few had rushed to the
'iurr' ''o you for a testimony. This '
village to spread the alarm, and
j mans that all the troubles they
already the Tofoa warriors were
w'' to face would give them anop
s to rescue the girls and
j .rtunlty, to witness to the pow- w nt assembling
n e repel the raiders. When the first
ei it the gospel and to the saving
news of the Typee raid reached the
Itl 'Of God.
villagers, Kuhana rushed to his I
post at the log-drum. The resound-

''II writer tells students to I ing boom of this primitive zam-

maw, stepping stones, not stumb- bomba e c h ((4 e d and reechoed
ling tones, out of their difficulties. blossom over her left ear. This I l I nal from their chief. And, as they through the length and breadth of

I'' certainly the Christian's privilege flower, too, would have gone the waited, each man gaped eagerlyat I the Island. 1 1r

> to use all sorrows and sufferings unwanted way of the hinano, but the pale beauty of the girls, pale Taro'heard the first zoom
her in marked contrast to the darker, When
and Lllleo quite forgot displeasurewith I
disappointments as a he retreated to
means of spiritual growth and aloe it when the distant strainsof coarser skins of their own women; I cf the log-drum, commandfor
beach and Issued the
'o use these things as an op- a simple love-song told her that and each man noted carefully the the retreat. Reluctant to leave

portunity to show the world that the other vahlnes would soon be vahlne who was to be his prize. the behind, his war-

Christianity Is worth having. We'with her."Hola Mala spied Lilleo, and his quest their captives
riors, however, feared to disobey
read In the Bible something about I !" Lllleo called, as the girls was ended. their chief. At the first sound of }

though the earth be removed from came into view. Then, after the custom of the the Typee conch-horn, they fled to

'under my feet I will fear no evil.nus ."" "nola!" they called back. "Ia Typees, he addressed his chief. the beach. The elaborately dec-
is "Atae al hoillf! Taro permits, that
a most dramatic picture.A ora na!" I orated Typee war-canoe rested In SAFElY fIRST

man' is standing upon the ground I "Atae!" one pleases Mala. three feet of water, and the disgruntled -

nc' the whole earth slips out from At that cry, they sped for the Taro did not reply. Seeing Lilleo warriors splashed to It

'under him and leaves him sus- ledge above the pool. For a care- now for the first time, he deter- and embarked. Taro, supported bya \ t

pended In space. The man is a'hrtstian. about the mined to have her for his own. scant sixty warriors, was reluct-
free hour, they played .
He says "Let the earth Mala to wait, he pushed their -
pool, swimming, diving, mock- Cautioning ant to face the Tofoans, for
K'' I do not have to have any further the brush towards would
fighting In the water, and scramb- through vast numbers, he knew,
"arth upon which to stand as long
Lilleo. than compensate for their inferior -
ling agilely up the bank to dive more
my heavenly Father holds
nanci. my again. But whatever they chose to "Kia mou! Seize them,!" mettle.

*" The only thing that can do to while away the time, how At Taro's sharp command, the Mala heard the first blast of the

1 '"ep us steady" amid the cata1 ever strenuous they were In their men broke forward upon the conch-horn, and he scrambled to
kerns turmoil, strife, persecution, taken unawaresby his feet. Lilies caught him about
''In uncertainty of the modern the knees and tripped him, and he
"i-ld vaded the scene. For, after every the sudden onslaught.

1 h' -al is our our Lord.saving faith In Jesus' exertion, the vahlnes lay down "Atae!" Lllleo! screamed, and fell headlong Into the pool. Withina

relaxed. In the warm- flash, she was speeding towardsthe
again quite she dove deeply Into the pool.
ish shade of the tall palms. I Several of the vahlnes followedher village. Mala, angered now,

The Hebrew children on the Their lazy Idling was typical of : but the others, too late, fought forgot his own safety and sped

path of duty went through a fiery the lazy life of the Island. Nature fiercely to free themselves from the after her. Overtaking her, he
furnace, but out un- I her roughly by the arm
they came their "A grasped
provided plentifully sparse 'crushing arms of the raiders.
harmed. Daniel on the path of needs: tree-bark and pitch to be few escaped and sped madly towards and started to join (the retreat of 4iltlet

den duty stopped for a little rest In a beaten into tapa cloth for their the village, screaming their his fellow Typees. But, Lllleo did ,;,
of lions. The had without a struggle.
lions more pareus and maros, the girdles of warnings of the dreaded Typees as not submit

appreciation of goodness than some the men: many fish, wild boars, ta- they ran.Lllieo I Fighting furiously to escape, she I

lions savage men of Daniel's day. The ros, yams, breadfruit, oranges,, the first to dive into the retarded his progress at every turn. trosoisst ,

made no effort to harm God's pineapples, guavas, bananas, and pool, scrambled up the far side Mala's overwhelming strength 'I OAKrrr I*the fiat consideration i la building Fees
prophet Paul and Silas could sing however, and, soon, Lll
'In prison mangoes for their food; and the and made a frenzied dash up the prevailed r FIRST care Thu Ford .was the first low price ear to bring you tbaextra '
They did not have to effective leo, bruised and tired, was power-
have papa, whose root provides an side of the hill. Taro took up LOW of steel boilwelJeti in and reinforced ,
a Mala towards PRICE CAR WITH protection a ODe pleee
piano or organ because they lotion for the WOmen's less in his arms. sped i i
bleaching Twisting, squirming
had with ilrel. Ford was abe first low priced ear lo
heavenly music In their hearts. skin. the dense foliage of the the beach. But, as he reached STEEL BODY
Tie Sweetest music we hear is not a clearing that overlooked the I all membrraof your family with aafctjrglaMall around at no extra
tnt music from the organ, piano Only the threat of from devastating December familiar. ground, sea, he stopped aghast, for he saw I REIUFOBCED WITH sun coot. The Ford V-8 l I. the first low priced ear to give you

Of violin hurricanes Imminent had been forsaken by his I I .Lr- 12.1_" drums and 186 inches
responding to the mas- March and the raids of the Mala spied her now, and he sped that be .uper-safety >r square
wa touchvlt Is the joy bell which to from a neighboringIsland after her. Away from the protec- ccmrades and that the T-pee war- braking surface. lord sup r-aafety brake are of abe .11.....
dered God rings !in the soul of a surren- Typee broke the Eden-like peace tion of the conceanllng brush, Lit canoe was racing from the shore In FIRST .elingpo.itive,mechanical design n-cdoa m-nyoflhe hghe.tLOW !

man. and beauty of their earthly para- leo sprinted on. But fleet though Inglorious retreat. Lilleo and quickly ahe i PRICE CAR WITH priced cars here and abroad. 4i
-- tensed Mama predicament,
The dise. Typee, roughly translated, she was she was not a match for laughed derisively; for now Mala SAFETY CUSS AU AROUND Examine abe Ford V8 and you will find thai safety bsaA'
ducking stool was the common the Typee. Slowly, but
flesh, a racing
of human
means "lover alone Tofoa, beer built Into it at point---fety that baa been lime*
was In her power, on I every
penalty for slander during earned this fiercest of all steadily, the cut down the distance NO EXTRA COST
colonial times In Virginia. name by between them. Straining her Island the land of the sworn tried and proved by millions of miles on the highway. It I.

Marquesas tribes many years ago. muscle of her fine, enemies of the Typees for countless wall worthwhile to remember Iheaa things whan purcha-lnf
Long before the arrival of the first every supple
Christian missionaries, whom they young body. Lllleo forged ahead, generations.As FIRST a car. ,
drove or killed, the Typees but she knew now that she could they watched the retreat of YOLK FORD DKAtEH i it ,
the warriors from their van
had abandoned their cannibalistic not escape.
666SAtVECOLDS They bad not, however, Throwing her fate to one last Age-point high on the hill, they SVPERSAFETTBfAYES186.i..eRAlI1XO;

practices.abandoned their raids on near-by desperataj chance, she cut swiftlyto saw that Taro had acted none too ( SUBFACE! .enn':'i/J.o' s.

islands. These raids In fact, were her right and sped on towardsthe icon. For the Tofoan hosts lined 12" ,BBAXE BVCM8 $YI Rtf$510... '
LlQ rID price ahead of her. The the shore, shouting Imprecations at ---. -- 1'-awn
.. -.TAet.sra' quite frequent' for the Typees pre- small pool .,..,.....-
rosw 5c be 25c of cascade the rslders.171l1 .
iha0t!) ferred the vabbtes of Tofoa and rushing waters a roar- retreating .

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BECOME A MEMBER Gainesville Market "DOC" AND HIS BOTTLE underwent'' a serious I
rl(. WERE SURELY A PAIR Starke hospital opel'ItI1Ob i It,
Bradford Telegraph was
County welfare abl
interested in the ,
If you of are Starke and Bradford From Other PensODDS 1 Continues Success ..? a ..'. I. to his home here SundayM" (f
-.M- (Continued From 'Page One) noon. ..
t Established 1877AA.EAA.BEn County you are Invited to becomea
mule and liquor on Sunda jfl and there was
I member of the Business Men's Yesterday's special ; and Mrs. Leeott(
//j, Club. horse sale was a big success, a not even a hang-over left, so he have livedher for the '
FLORInPRESS \ Funds of the club are necessarily large number being consigned to had to spend the day perfectly so- years, last week mov,past S rw
[ i
: IL limited since no dues-except Statisticians have complied figures -, the sale and prices ranging from her-an unusual and disagreeable ford where Mr. Cotton ,i i' B a.

I' t\\ \ IQ3J5: eIt the cost of the luncheon--are which are disturbing to' those $30 to $150. A large number of experience. in the mercantile \\Iill elJg iItt

: :'. ; ,.: ..' ._ 3atwa t 7lct4a'a'r charged and engraved invitations who hope to witness some bright cattle and hogs was also consigned "Doc's" hat bad floated downto Mr. and business

.. -- .-. are not at Its disposal. But the day a triumph oi;,the cause of law and prices were at their best Alligator creek with the cur- son. Othma.Mrs. J. s N,?, *..

'; : : Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I latch string: Is always out, and new and order. I since the opening of the market.Mr. rent; but the foreman bought him Tampa with spent relative the weeywat
There murders pleased another and, moreover, built a regular -
t the Post Office at Starke Florida members will find a warm welcome are thirty-three Horney was greatly
at Keeffee
Matter I
a day in the United States, the records with prices and the number con- bridge with railing across the Harrell was .1, buslJIa
.. .
visitor to
-- --- All of the members of the club show, or abtfut 12,000 a year. signed to the sale. ditch and there was peace and security Charleston, s c Tui .
; ,' ,' E. I Matthews. __ .Editor and Owner forever after. day.
? are limited in the hours they can More than x57,000< ) murderers are Prices are aa follows:

i 2 ; ': .. -- - . devote to its activities Not many at large at the present time./: The Top No. 1, 180 to 250 Ibs., $8.40 Mrs. V. R. Reddish anti

t ,; ;i, SUnSCIMl'TION RATE have time enough to Interview chances are three to one they won't I per 100 Ibs. LAWTEYO. J. Phillips were visit, ,", to(, Jul<

1 r in Advance prospective members and then be caught, twelve to one they won't Top No. 2, 150 to 180 Ibs., $8.30 J. Phillip. CorreepeudeatStephen sonvllle Monday.
75c Payable
::4 I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, drop by two or three times to remind be convicted if caught and 100 to per 100 Ibs. Miss Bessie Terry, who J

t ;; ;1 hlr: Advertising( Rates on Application them of the meeting so they one they won't be executed if con Top No. 3, 130 to 150 Ibs.. $8.40 B. Fetch ployed in Jacksonville Is
----------- -- ---------- victed. 100 Ibs. B. Futch, former resi- spcllt '-
,,\ : -- -------- will not forget it before Monday per Stephen a week-end here at her home
: { rolls around. The situation Is made more interesting Top No. 4, 110 to 130 Ibs., $8.10 dent of this city and for several Mrs EB
; in its Look at Sally Rand's Wells .
+ 1 Inflation is all right place. and I !
\ The dues of the club are only by the functioning of a per 100 Ibs. years marshal of Lawtey during its Martha, were lIugbte

: :.r i If bubble dance. $3 a quarter which amount simply twenty-eight per cent deficient pa- Top No. 5 S, CO to 110 Ibs., $7.75 early history, died in a Jackson sonvllle Saturday.T. shopping. ,In Jely

0 -- covers the coat of the luncheon. If role system that turns loose an per 100 Ibs. ville hospital Friday night He is J.

,: \ .;t 4ti" tax collectors should you miss a meal, you do not get a army of desperate criminals each Top calves $T.I0 per 100 Ibs. survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice Terry was a buMMM/ vyy,
appeal i to
have tor Gainesville
If movie actors sex Fri
I ,i r; ;; refund but the money remainingin year to supplement the new crop of Top heifers $5.85:>> per 100 Ibs. Futch of Jacksonville;' three chil-

: ) i" have tax appeal. the treasury in this way is used desperadoes.These Top butcher cows $8.20 per 100 dren, Mrs. J. S. Culbreath Or- Friends mere. will regret II

I 1I 1// 0h I for entertaining guests and for flgureatdo not: require ex- lando; Mrs J. J. Gross and Clarence learn of the serious illm-sg of Wit

< I small emergency expenditures haustive analysis or discussion to Ibs.Top butcher bulls $8.60 per 100 Futch of Jacksonville; and Lucille Beck In a Jack 'nvllle b.,
;.''s' t The Miami Post says politics goes.'round and around and I Perhaps a member of the club show the extent to which the crime one stepdaughter, Mrs Rosetta pltaL

: n' J ,9' I ; it comes out queer. has Invited you to join at one timeor situation has gotten out of hand in Ibs.Top butcher steers $6.00 per 100 Wilson, and one stepson, Oscar Mrs. F. R. Carradim' '1'1\8..,?

,i 4 I Ui/W/ ,: ,.. another and you never got the United States,-St. Petersburg Ibs. I Chesser, both of Jacksonville; two tor to Jacksonville Tu.-sdav ,,,

t with around to attending a meeting. But Times. I brothers, Geo. L Futch of this city nlng.
dirt the canal is child's play compared
Digging on whether have had Invitationor Mrs. 0.
you an and W. s. Futch of Leesburg. Fu- W. Roberts ami
: digging for another appropriation. not, come to the next meeting WIIAT WOULD LINCOLN payroll there are three "other Mor- neral services were held at the parlors B. Plummer were visitor 'tl MI1.I) J..Jsonvllle n{
vants and two "In-laws, all draw-
I --0 Monday March 2, at the Carola THINK of the Florida Funeral Servicein Wednesday.
.t Cafe, at 12:30: o'clock. You will Ing good pay on Jobs that require Jacksonville Sunday and Miss Marjorie
idea of incongruity would be Kate Smith singing Two modern namecallers little work.In Manning who
r, Our an political or no !
''be welcomed and will be been
doing ment was In the Dyal visiting relatives here forZpast
I'' '.' "I Feel Like A Feather in The Breeze." your part to strengthen an organi- who have frequently exchanged another county the representatlve's inter-I several weeks returned !
fighting words with each other is and he has toys
name May
0 zation that has the best Interests of Shipping Season home in New York. NY. t
will speak from the same platformIn two sons a daughter and a daughter tat
Bradford at heart week.
An unfortunate fellow describes the races as follows: Springfield 111., next week at a -yn-law on the payroll at salaries Cold weather and rains have seriously Simeon
celebration In the name of Lincoln from month to $3 retarded the shipments of Phillips is visiting !ray
;. j ; 'I The horses go 'round and around and you come out bare. FARM AGENT NEEDED who was firm In speech himself per ranging day. strawberries from this place and tives at Valrico this week

I .. I 0 If the movement to establish a but perhaps not as bitingly per- While the raid on the public shipments will not-begin to move Richard Thede, who ,m attenj.
{ farmers' market here is successful before week of with ing the University of Florid
the March 29
; if have maid belong to sonal. funds In Florida is plenty bad, ap- u
J. P. Morgan a you
I says you It will be more important than good weather. Should the weather Gainesville, spent the weck-
\ ( the leisure class. Unless, of course, your maid does also. ever for Bradford County to have Secretary of the Interior Ickes parently we have not quite reachedthe that continue cold it will no doubt be here at his home.ANNOUNCEMENTS.
has said "it Is a matter of indif degree legalized looting
i the services of a farm, agentatleast later when shipments to -
i begin
t I o ference" to him that Governor they have in Louisiana. But giveus -
fcr time.It .
Talmadge, whom he has called time. We are headed that way.
for It
One of our exchanges is itching a good scrap. rana will be necessary for our
"His whose -Arcadia Arcadian.
Chalngang Excellency
bus ad and a railroad ad right next to each other last week.o growers to keep posted on what word cannot be -trusted," is to _Q -- Road Work Continue. To he Votrrn of Mrhcml. n
o crops to plant and when to plant make an address on the same pro- NOTICE TO TilE AGED Despite the unfavorable weather I trl>t No. I of llra. hereby
them in order to supply the trucks Announce myif a..
't' Dr. Kellogg has come out in favor of citrus juice. That's that will be attracted here the gram. that is hindering the construction dldate for re-election ti the oiZof
f. by The Democrat suggests that you work on the straightening of Road Hchool Board Meninet, < ,'? 1 DlMifci<<
t' ;' about the only plank that has been overlooked by the candi-. central market. No one has both Atlanta Governor Talmadge, quoted by observe most carefully the credentials Thirteen here the J. P. Campbell Democratic:.Ie>. I 'ul,Ject primary to the Jun.auto 3, I9JI of 1M T
a/ puzzled over
dates. the time and the information for papers of those who would collect Construction Company Is continu- elected 1 promixe! a nth nd Impn.
I dolsg this work but an experiencedfarm what to say at ..the Springfield silver donations or fees you may ing operations where water will lal administration of the dull..,
; 0- meeting since politics Is barred, the office. Your vnto rind l aummiM '' ,
agent. believe necessary in order that you permit them to work and it Is / solicited 'and will l b. highly,.
; Good roads have always been regarded as a boon to a The expense to the county In em- has countered by calling Secretary will be eligible for an old-age pen- thought that the road will be com- predated.

t country, but bad ones have saved a lot of Ethiopian skins this ploying an agent Is small since the Ickes""Just one of them called boondog-the IIlo!!. pleted on schedule.To Respectfully J. C. PHE\, \'rT
glers. Huey Long once
state of his For
pays part salary.
: Scores of our old people, most-
season 'the amount of involved, Secretary "th chinch bug of Chi FOR SCHOOL tiotnn
money a ly the poor, have contributed cash Build Here I hereby announce my elf j ru.
which Ickes "the .
o farm agent is of the cago. to replied, Idate for re-election ,
probably one It min" "nil> ri|
needed for themselves to was announced here this
they per- week .
beat senator has halitosis of the Intel- School Board IHxtrlt-t N. subjwo
i,, If we may be allowed one more remark about Sally we'd a county can lect." sons who had no authority to take that the Standard Oil Co. will the will of .the vol. rh In MM,
make. District on .Iun.-2. 1936 Your rs,
t suggest that her billing read "Sally Rand in person-and very -0A With these salty comments in such contributions. I by shortly improve its property here and support will be gr ..nlip .
leaders who to In the colored erecting a first class filling sta- elated.
CREDITABLE ISSUE mind given by are quarters wearing
I little else.
on The
speak on a program In honor of apparel and medicine have been amount of the con- Stafford 1. ''Miwh;, ,
A The Telegraph wishes to tract not
'' 0 expressIts Lincoln, it is difficult to keep from sold to the elderly, or their children was announced. AMSEaaon
appreciation to the staff of the KOU TAX !
i1' ; Greta Garbo is ill in London of a nervous disorder. Probably B. II. S. Journal for the very Joining the currently popular quan- on the Installment plan, some Personil- I hereby announce myself a tllrtldate !.
( for the office of AtfKntmnr
dry over what ;dead statesmen of the money said to be going to
I : the box office from creditable issue of which Taxes of nradford County,, .uliM)
returns her our
. I ; just got a report on paper I would think of modern politics and some pension campaign fund. Mr and Mrs. Pete Burney, of to the will of the votvrx it thtmtnir -
J t' last picture. they edited last week. We also I. government.--Tampa Times. Don't believe !It! Jacksonville, spent Sunday at the Democratic Primary !I:6:> jlloi, t
\ are proud of the cooperation they home of Mr. and be held In June. Your volt and up.
E. E.
;. This is National Defense Week. However, if the wife sional glen in the advertising col- ARE WE COMING' TO THIS state-federal pension Is to be paidto Louie Wainwright,.who IT Appreciated.Henpeot fully.K. .
I k I recently
umns, and of the courtesy shown We have Veen our.many deserving old people W. Hayea
: just looking overa
f i meets you at the door with a flat iron you might need some I THOSE: people will GET their
t their reporters In gathering the copy of a Louisiana paper, the I
;' :: individual defense. If this
J r Bunkle Record, which Is a militant money. necessary, newspaper -
news.We will to bat" in favor of
\1 oyi believe the Journal staff received opponent to the regime of Huey "go

\ i I r: S i Senator Borah favors a sixty-dollar pension. He might some very good practical Long and his followers. The pa- through those few who may be missed
experience and we hope Its mem- has often that the error HALL'SGROCERY
i consider himself liberal but the Townsendites will think But it Is the of
1 1 : a ben enjoyed the association' as Long faction had paid workers in right now place

JI: ; .downright stingy. much as we did. every parish as they call their this newspaper to point out that
most of the solicitation that has
-- -- counties In that state drawing
f o been and is is not
k going on nec-
THE MORONIC JUDGE public money for keeping tab on
::4 r'i' i It is said that there is more pleasure in the chase than in the voters and doing other chores essary. Many people are making a
The uselessness of much of the
the This to everything but thinks' for the faction In Also that living about the nation fooling
:t' I I # : capture. applies money testimony of so-called psychiatrists power. : thousands of the aged Into giving

j/ ; the Mount Dora Topic. and alienists introduced at trials nepotism was rampant and that money. These fine and dear old
the state payroll was packed with
::.' o in an attempt to prove the Insanityof people, not warned and at Umes
political heelers who did little or AND LUNCHWE
" a murderer who is trying to
It must be wonderful-and inexpensive-to be celebrity nothing for their not thinking carefully, are being
i a pay.
) save his skin, was Illustrated this cruelly wronged.-Live Oak Democrat -
j and have the people to whom you give checks frame them week by a test made in San Fran- This copy of the record gives a MEET ALL PRICES
list of the parishesof the state
rr ,r
/ instead of cashing them. cisco. .
with the of the -
names political sapsuckers CASH
Although this Incident did not PRICES
in each, and it is an Rain-making rites well
1 i I, o occur at a murder trial the princi- appalling are

1'' rit A California scientist has succeeded in ple la, the same. The woman thing. LaFourche par- known; but some primitive peoples FISH Pound -
I turning platinum Ish for instance there is a politicalboss I also "make sunshine" by magic, __________ _____ 7c
: into gold. Well, what's so smart about that? Didn't Jean psychiatrist who gave tests to a named Morvant, and on the sacrifices and invocations.
grown young woman testified that .
s ; Harlow turn platinum into natural brown? results showed the girl had a men- I. CHEESE Print Pound __ 20c

o tal age of eleven years. This testimony -

'i 3 Dr. Eugene Steinach, world-famed Austrian rejuvenation was taken down and wouldno SYRUP, Georgia Cane, GaL 40c

.. dcubt have a bearing upon the
il; t expert claims.that he can remake the human brain. Wonder SUGAR 5
t + verdict of the Jury. Pounds _. ._... 23c
t r i It what the doctor could allow us on a trade-in? However, a few days later the BRADFORD COUNTY'IN

t o judge who was sitting In the case RICE 5 Pounds __ __ ISco
allowed the psychiatrist to give
Bernard Shaw called Hitler "silly" in an interview with him a similar tent. It showed the o LARD

i a Havana newspaper. We note, however, that he picked a judge to have a mental age of STEP Best Compound Lb. 1IV c

ri comparatively safe distance for his name calling. twelve years! BREAD 3
t Loaves 25c
y When such methods are allowedto ..
1it o- have bearing in murder trials

1,' Florida continues to import millions of eggs and millions or trials for other serious offensesit '... MATCHES 2 'Pkgs. Penny Box 15c

: of pounds of poultry. There is lots of room in Bradford County Is easy to see how a crack-pot

!l?' for chicken raising, and not much of it is being used. mental la turning test might a dangerous be instrumental criminal : : PURE COFFEE, 1 Pound Pk. 12c

lr,' 1 USn& ; r loose on society. ,_ ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc
_. _
They were discussing the Strawberry Festival. One ---0---- "
} t merchant said it took too much money out of town, and anoth- BROOMS 4-String __ 15c
there had ever been any doubtas _._ _
I j :. er one, with a wistful look on his face, said "What money?" to whether the Democratic Par- Due to business
our increasing in GRITS
i t tt o ty In Florida would be solidly be- Pounds __. _. 1 13c

t 'i Meteorologists to begin forecasting the weather hind President Roosevelt in the this
are soon locality it becomes
coming election, they were dis- necessaryto CIGARETTES Package 1 13c
k1 two in advance. Junior. lie ,_ .. .
T r I : years Pity poor won't get through pelled Tuesday when the Executive _

+ '' bringing in wood for this winter before mother will have him Committee, in session in Jacksonville appoint an additional agent- BACON Best White Lb. ___ 16c

pledged him 100 cent
starting all over for next year. per

0 was support.heard.Not a dissenting voice thanks to our old and new policy- PEACHES Sliced Can lOc

fi''' Science says those strange noises coming from your radio We are thankful that the Democratic holders.GULF

'$' ;. :. ''i might be messages or "celestial broadcasts" sent from from Talmadge Party in exhibitionism Florida Is free and I CABBAGE Green Head 5c

Borne station far out in the center of our local universe. On other hysterical manifestations POTATOES 19c
of I' No. 1 10 Lbs l
the other hand, they might be mice. New Deal critics: The Party here

,w 0 teems willing to accept the expression K.Q1L Gallon 13c
< of I __
4 See where a pressman on the Madison Enlerp1" se-Re- Chairman Farley who (;'
says "The one honest Issue is..
corder had the misfortune to lose his best pair of work pants' whether the President has done i TOILET TISSUE 650 Sheets 3for lq

t : : H when they caught in some revolving machinery. The editor' well or ill by his country. BEEF

i Pik of a weekly newspaper is more dignified, of course. He never The Roosevelt policies are novel STEW Tender Lb.12'2c
only because
they have been exe-
loses anything but his shirt. cuted in behalf of the whole people. CHARCOAL 2 Bags I5c

:: 0 I Mr. Farley continues: "lie has ac- LIFE INSURANCE CO.

If anybody ever asks you the difference between complished recovery through certain POTTED MEAT 3 Cans lOc

;t ham Lincoln and the ordinary politician, here is one Abra-j I solely legislative In the circumstance measures, startling that .

s ) I; answers: Walter Winchell tells us that during the first eight they were conceived and executed W. C. MANNING Agent GA. CORN MEAL 100lb. sack .$1.50HALL'S

r, months of his Presidency Lincoln tried to help out the I In the service of our whole people 327 W. Main Street I _

4,1 Treasury by not cashing his pay checks. lIe finally deposited and not for the benefit of the
I greedy selfish Interests which N. D. WAINWRIOHT, JR. Industrial and
", them-but only after the Comptroller of, Currency pleaded dominated the government from Ordinary Rep: OrdinarY'SpHlal 4-' GROCERY

with him, tearfully explaining that he couldn't balance his the time Woodrow Wilson left the

books. White House to the day Franklin J : SCAJl

r .w tit i ir iy ,D. Roosevelt took the wheel." SEABOARD STATION

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