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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 28, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MAKE Shooting Robins Illegal, Sydney Growers Told; LAME I ,,
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IIEVES Ii Protected By Treaty With England II CHAIN STORE I'FOUR FROM THIS COUNTY ; ; t


iOO HAUL As the old saying goes if It-growers had received! : no reply to TAX DECLAREDLEGAL I REGISTERED FOR "

isn't one thing, it's two more twiceas a wire sent to Mr. Kelsey for further I I I "C S TREATMENT

bad. Now comes the Plant City Information.At I .Sevet children, six white and

fSTOREHERESlernbert8 I l Courier, in whose reliability as a first the Telegraph could not i i one colored were taken from this I I, ,,
F source! we have the utmost confidence understand what possible reason I II[: county to the crippled children'sclinic I! ;; I
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I with the Information that there could be for England's taking (, In Lake City Tuesday. Four ,

the shooting of robins by irate such a paternal interest in the who went from here were given application -I I ,

Entered I strawberry growers is prohibitedby lowly American robin, but after Not Yet Decided When papers to be admitted for
Transom a treaty between the United discussing the matter with L. T. :j treatment if desired, when neces- "t.,

Through States and England! We don't Dyer, Union County farm agent, It Became \,! sary arrangements have been com- ip

I,, Rear Door know whether to thank the Plant we begin to see a. little light. EffectiveMERCIIANTSMUST Ii I| pleted. ,

City newspaper or not. Although Mr. Dyer had not heard i!i The clinic was conducted in the a ,'

.. PARTLY" COVERED Off course, a majority of our of the treaty with England he. -- Lake City community center 1 ,

ss berry growers want to be law- said that the robin is a migratory PAY building by Dr. L>. L. Fort ortho- way I ; 'I
BURGLAR INSURANCE abiding citizens but that won't bird and TAX ON CROSS RECEIPTS been "
probably spends Its summers I paedic surgeon with the crippled I ,
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make it any easier for them to sit in Canada one of the Eng I children's commission of Fbi ida, sters ,
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Laving blood stains behind as Idly by and watch a flock of greedy lish dominions. It is probable that I Merchants here might have to and Miss Susie I!. Spenser, field I I I been ) t11

Ucnce of cuts received in breakthrough robins pecking the hearts out of the robin is not regarded as a pestIn hunt up those tax return blanks nurse for the same organization. I!i here 4 1

f a glass transom, their "capper" berries and be unable Canada, Mr Dyer said since the Comptroller's office has been Mrs. Clcnnle Hlckok, Bradford !|I nlgan ;

Ives entered Sternberg's Store to lift a finger against them there might be no crop there at sending out eve/ Since last July, County nurse who had charge of I He j '.

to time Saturday night and for fear of starting a war with II that time of year which the bird pay their occupational licenses, arrangment for the Lake City trip, story '

jfle away with a varied assort- England.It could damage, and it might be an and also the one-half of one per', wishes to thank Mr. C. F. Ward. Gray, :;Jl 3D ,

Lt L of choice merchandise valued is reported that governmentmen I aid to Canadian farmers by destroying cent gross receipts tax, in view [Mrs. A. H. Johns and Mrs. E. C'I! ,, ,

lore than $300. have been in the vicinity of insects.Bradford of the fact that the Supreme Court !Priest for giving their services and 'i .! e ,, '

ootprints, fingerprints, auto- Sydney, near Plant City, and have County's strawberrycrop this week again upheld the 1933: | lending their cars for transporta. I'I ously '

Ijile tire tracks and the blood warned growers not to kill robins.It has not progressed to the chain store tax law tlon of the children. middle '
Ins left by the night visitors School Interests were rejoicing .. this '
looked as if the thing was aboutto stage where robins are a nuisance ----- --- -- t {
|e thus far led to nothing defile over the fact that the decision will I ,
take a serious turn so interested since there Is very little ripe fruit
and local police are not sure the wires and So probably mean an increase of SEED LOAN BILL nod '
persons got busy on now on plants. far there has '
r,She job was pulled off by "home sent the following message to Rep. been no report of Inspectors warn about $2,7:>0,000 annually in school : gan I( : !

. nt' or whether It was the work resentatlve J. Hardin Peterson in ing growers here against shootingthe revenue. v' | ;'
i touring band of professionals. Previously the court had upheld For Farmers '
Washington: birds. Whether this will come '
kntry to the store was made most of the to .
taxing features of the
"Understand game Inspectors later in the season remains to be ; ,
fcugh. a narrow transom above trying stop farmers Sydney sec law but it granted .i. fMAiarlng! be- sheriff ,,, '
door and must have been seen.His cause Justice Ellis i IS VETOEDROOSEVELT I veyed .
rear was. Jll when the '
tion shooting robins. You know trusty shotgun Is about the : 4 .
cted child or an exception. first case heard. for 1
by a was The order
damage this bird does strawberries only thing a farmer can depend on
small who, once inside, this week affirmed the Gray
man earlier decision I
each season. Only way pro when a flock of robins really sets
ft-aed the door for others. Soft that the legislature legs
tect fields i is shooting when in or Its heart on a nice meal of sun- was SAYS GRANT f. '
Bund at the rear of the store dls- within its powers In levying gradu. ankle
near fields. Won't you use your kissed strawberries. The wise old NOT NEEDED TillS
ed footprints of varying sizes, ated occupational licenses with places;
efforts allow Florida farmers pro birds pay no more attention to a YEAR
e i larger than those of the av- chain stores paying the higher ,
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tect their fields? scarecrow than if It weren't there ,
amounts to $400 her ) F
(gernanfie Mr. Peterson replied that the Bureau -. and have even been known to rest up on each storein In Washlngtln Wednesday Pres. ,
thieves worked chains of sixteen I '
evidently of Biological Survey would in the straw man's flapping pock or more.I ident Roosevelt vetoed the bill authorizing thigh '
ind counters and dress racksch A provision of the a :
| Issue permits to Individuals to kill eta after a hearty meal. legislatureact M.oooOOO, for 1936 seed
shielded them from sight of robins where conditions warranted You might be Inclined to "pooh for graduated Tfross receipts and feed loans to farmers. Sponsors -

tone happening to pass In front and advised Plant City growersto pooh" the whole matter, bang awayat taxes ranging up to five per centon of the bill said they would insist scious ',
he store. Most of the companies but ;
[ goodsen get In touch with Jay V. Kelsey, the pesky things and figuratively operating sixteen or In a vote to override the veto
was removed from boxes .a Federal inspector, at Daytona thumb your nose at England and more stores was killed by the entire "as soon as the time Is propitious." Her '-

the empty boxes left lying in Beach who must recommend all her funny treaties. But if you get court on the holding that it The President took the position

I store and several pieces of permits that are issued to individuals locked up in London Tower, don'tsend was unequal taxation. The same I that sufficient funds for lending to I some ,

s goods were cut raggedly I Up until last Friday the to us for ball.COURT holding was made In the original- I distressed farmers were available S
ja I the bolt as if with a pocket decision. She ,
under the work relief act, that the
Vt. Revenue of about $4,500,000 I
an- ;
farmers not in such dire straits
mong the merchandise taken nually for thepublic schools was should seek loans in normal channels fat, ,
e twenty-five dresses, mostly BOOKS OPENFor ROOMWill forecast from the law as it origi- and that Congress went out ,

It-} sport trimmed In red and nally passed the legislature. These aide budget estimates and took no '
; sixty pairs of Munsingwear estimates were trimmed to $2,750- was '
RegistrationIN Be steps to raise the money through
for women; twenty-six Blue 000 by state officials after the additional taxes. it was f ,
brand men's dress shirts sev- court struck down the graduated
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The measure was returned to the
,n pairs of Happy lean trou- DISTRICTSTHOSE MUCHLARGER gross receipts taX Senate..with the reminder.: bythe 'J '

four men's suits; about.forty The court said the legislature President .that l In" approving;. .the at the ,,

|u of printed silk dress mate- had constitutional authority $40.000,000 seed and feed loan bill er. ''f,
; two and a half dozen Mun- classify business, according to -
in 1934, "I did so on the theory
wear men's socks; and a vas OF AGE BEFORE SPRING SESSION TO HE privilege, and levy higher occupational that it was proper to taper off the I '
PRIMARY MAY HELD IN NEW BUILD licenses on chain stores than '
assortment of men's and wo- '
loan system which had been
i s underwear, pajamas, ank. QUALIFYRegistration ING, IT IS HOPED upon single, or so-called "Inde- crop initiated on a large scale as early.

one rain coat, one ladies' coat, pendent" merchants because of I as 1931."
pair of boots. Only threes books of Bradford When the spring term of circuit the: greater privilege accruing from '
The President added however,
of shoes, two men's. and one County will open Monday In the court convenes here In May spec. the wider distribution In the mul| that he would Issue an executive I iP'u"
:an's were taken. offices of the following district supervisors tators and attaches will find them tiple-unit systems. '
| order in the next few days to meet '
Sternberg, owner of the store, of registration: Q. W. selves in strange new surround- Hrgher gross receipts taxes, 5
needs for loans to
produce new
led that he carried burglary inKace Roberts, Lawtey; P. E. Canova, N. ings. Not only will the court room however, would be unconstitutional -I any I '

up to $250. Starke; J. W Morgan, S. Starke; be almost twice a. large as former. said the court, because of un- crops."I convinced Mr. Roosevelt ;

"- C. B. Roberts Graham; J. V. Jones, ly, but it will run north and south equality. In that a. single store I am "that the I '
said in his veto message, of t1
OUTH FLORIDA Hampton; Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Instead of east and west and the might do more gross business in a immediate and actual needs to ; one ,
Theressa;' Mrs. Marion Sapp, New judge's bench will be in the south year than a chain of stores, whereas (
which I have referred can be met I "Rose
BERRIES River; G. B. Colson, Brooker. under the proposed law the sin
end.The gle store would have paid onehalfof during the year 1936 by an expenllture -
The books will be in the addition to the court houseas
open of funds materially less than
i 1 E:: day
STRUGGLE TO RECOVER one per cent tax on' its gross
various precincts through April 6 a WPA project, while a long that proposed In the bill under dis superb
FROM LASHINGS receipts, while a chain of sixteen or
when they will be moved to StarkeIn time getting started, is now rapidly I cussion. thout ,
,
BY RAIN more stores would (have paid five .
the office of Supervisor of Registration -:. taking shape and the brick walls : cent. "Furthermore, these needs can tan I ,1

i few pints of ripe strawberries H. C. Wall. They will remain have reached the .height of second per be met, without the necessity of ,

I being seen around town, but open there through April 30. story windows. Unless a stay order Is entered by enacting authorizing legislation, A : I e

with continued warm weath- It will not be necessary for those The new court room will havea the court to allow appeal to the through an allocation of funds by comedy I ,

'- Is believed It will be the mid. who were registered and voted In seating capacity of around 600 UnIted States supreme court, IDlay's me from the appropriation pro. Lure, I.
decision will become final in
of March before any consider- 1932 to register again this year. and will be almost 100 feet long It vided In the Emergency Relief Appropriation -..10," < ,

movement of fruit begins Poll taxes must be paid not later will occupy the entire second story fifteen days. Act for 1939, which appropriation Ritz ,

I Starke and Lawtey. More than May 16. of the new addition as well as the Still pending before the court lathe I am informally advised day of '

Vera were predicted for yester- Mr. Wall pointed out this week space of the .old room. question when the taxes went by the comptroller general of comedy

I but so far there Is no hint that the voter who becomes of age Judge A Z. Adkins said yesterday Into effect. This was raised by a the United States, can be utilized ter and

other cold wave for this sec- prior to the election Is entitled to that he thought his new head decision of Circuit Judge Johnson .I for such loana as I might indicate of : ,
I. Tallahassee that the entire law executive order to> be desirable
register, although not twenty-one quarters would be '"fine. The extra by la
a.nt City is beginning to re- year. old at the present time. The space Is needed he said, for was unconstitutionaL He granted :and necessary as relief measure." The ,

r somewhat from the havoc same principle applies] to the legaL many times he- has seen the old a series) of Injunctions to chain The vetoed measure would have major,

ight on by torrential rains I ly required term of residence In the room filled to capacity and over I store firms preventing collection of authorized seed and! feed loans up what

h hit there In the middle of the county. flowing. the tax from them. This: decision to $500: per farmer on 1936 crops, proper,

I ping' season bringing; produc- .-. I was) appealed to the supreme court the Government taking a first lien even ,
of marketable fruit almost to ----- by the state, but a formal order In on the output. lar

I tandsun. Reports there vary I Legislators Keep Jobs Deputy Doesn't AppearThe I It has not been entered, although ---- ..---. -..- played :I l'
the court's decisions In this week'scases
i the
statement Warren
bushes
that
Senator T G. Futch, of Lees- collector of Internal Invited To ClassesF. J'I
near deputy are In conflict with JudgeJohnson'
relatively heavy In spite cast
last week won Supreme
he lashings they have received burg, of his employmentas revenue who was scheduled to be holding. A. Scott, instructor, extended Herbert {
Court approval
'e belief that the here Monday to assist persons In an invitation to the public this J
present crop for the State Racing ,
attorney tax returns ]the class In
e compiling their Income week to attend WPA
be
may all that will mature Commission at a salary of $3,000a
Borrow Percent
berries fit for the market. of twentyceelegislators did not show up. There were many Can JBO citizenship which Is being held at
I ve or six: year. He was one Inquiries as to his failure I to appear TALLAHASSEIAttorney the school house each day front
cars were shipped whom proceedings
I against and the Telegraph has writ- Monday to Saturday from 4 o'clock I
i
there '
Monday and prices filed In contest of their General Cary D.' Landis has ad- vorable
were ten to the office in Jacksonville to 6 o'clock In the afternoon and
relatively vised that under existing law a
strong ranging state In
in other departments ly
thirteen employment asking if a' future date will be board borrowup from 7 o'clock to 9 o'clock at night
to fifteen cents aiUj8 AH the cases were dismissed county school may nual
.
made here. Up until yesterday we This Instruction will enable those
of the amountof
to eighty percent
to be
that Representative
except against I had received no reply. who take It to acquire valuable i'
--. I, N. Kennedy employed as tax revenue the board has a Information concerning tions
and
of the State reasonable right to expect from necessary nual '
/ executive secretary
flaynes Grove I government, and how It affects "
Fish Com tax rolls at the time the loan is colorful
and Fresh
p. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerlght, I II Game mission. .Water Three Large Eggs made. As an, illustration. the attorney the dally life of everyone Mr. Scott nual : j
I >
rty of Michigan state, have --+- Three giant ben eggs,. totaling general said where a county says.
3has d the twenty-acre farm threequartentor a pound In Is expected $80,000 and has with

I p.11 as the "Haynea grove" five Cotton Seed SellingA weight were brought to the Telegraph : borrowed $32,000 out of total receipts Archive Survey than

(lit northeast of town. This Is few additional calls for cottonseed office! this) week by Monk I of only $56,000, the amount i I Mrs. Miriam Kiekliter and Miss four 'I,

ifD* as a good farm with a fine came In this week Carl Johns, Dlnkins who Is going into the poultry that could then be borrowed would Dorothy Sapp began work last march. (

," grove, and Mr. and Mr* toSnt a member of the local seed committee business In a big way at Law be eighty per cent of the difference I week on an "archive survey", a year '

express themselves) as be. said yesterday. About 150 tey. :Mr. Dinkins, who has been In between the amount already project being conducted by the mer

well pleased with their new bushels of Sea Island seed have Starke for some time, has returnedto received and the original amount WPA. Research into old county H. H.

f. They sale was made through been bought and stored In the S. R. ; Lawtey where he Is giving his reasonably expected during the records Is being made at the present acts

Demorest.. agent for'Bradford Johns warehouse and more than attention to a fine flock: of white I I current fiscal year, which would be time. topped f ;

My Bank properties. Another half have already been resold, ,to Leghorn chickens, I eighty per cent of $24,000, or $l9- ----+---_ events

I.{ recently announced by Mr. farmers. It is expected that all ot I ', -_. 200. The worm-like pertpatus ensnares which I

ftoresl was the H. R, Brown the present supply of seed will be I ._. Insects by shooting sticky evening.
I at Brooker to In few weeks For County Commission
Mrs._Q. W. HaCouncil exhausted a threads at th m.
Townsend ClubThe
Jos. E. Wilson, local real estate -. festival
Road ImprovedThe dealer, stated yesterday that he I Starke'Townsend Club will Hell Gate Bridge, New York, Is be held

I f1llIL To Meet I dirt road running east from would be a candidate in the coming meet In the court. house Monday 13,603 feet long- but only 2735 feet day will

I ib.itBradford County' Health I! Call Street and curving southwest primary for the office of county, night March 2. H. H. Young, span water. '

i wnj meet tonight (Friday) until It Intersect, with Road 28, commissioner In District Three, president of the local organization, .- : can I
I''* city hall at 7f30: o'clock. All was dragged this week by the South Starke. The Incumbent !In fays that attendance recently has An American species of wasp -

cfnmJttee chairmen and county. Heavy rains had made its this district Is Mallery Thomas.Mr. been good but reminds citizens of builds Its clay cells In the shape Basil

from organizations j I. condition bad with deep holes In Wilson's formal announcementwill the fact that "there I is always t of little barrels which It hides under its nose 1
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feu l to be present. some places. follow at a later date. room for one more." : prostrate_tries. forth I


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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEB1U Alt'

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:'1,1,,. NEW RIVER RISING GUM BRANCH LA {JVTEY KATE SMITH AT LAKE PLACID

MI.... O. E. Crosby GorreHH' | >iiden Minn. Edna Lewis, CorrespondentElder 1\118" Elizabeth: Harnuge, Cor. O. J. Phillip. Cora-rapoDdeat
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Among those-attending to bust C. A. Crosby of Brooker, Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Baldwin, Spring;
t M. with Mr. and returned home Sunday after spend- After the hardest winter on record -
y ;: n<'aa In Starke Saturday were: spent Saturday night
I L. Johns, S L. Crews, Mr and Mrs. Bob ilalslop ing the last two weeks with her pa- here all indications are that

1 -, II' : Mia N. G Moody. Mr. and Mrs Raiford Brown, of rents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. spring has at last opened .in this

[Ij' Irii. Mrs Roy Cowan of Jacksonville, Plant City spent Thursday with Mrs Tate Alvarez and childrenare section. After many days of rain

1 !Ii I i I Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Sam Kelly. spending a while with her pa- and cold weather Jhe sun has been i

I ,. \) 1.< Mrs O. K Tomlinson Elder C. A. Crosby, of Brooker rents, Mr. and Mrs H. L. Edwards shining and "t'Jast a person may I!

Little E L. Kelly: is on the sick and Elder J. E. Newton, of Green Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp spent dress" without the-use of a coat.

lL: this week. We hope him a Cove Springs spent Saturday as ,i Sunday at the State Farm as the i r r FrY

speedy recovery. i guests of Mrs Ruby Crosby guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. I Road Work
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Thomas are Mrs H. M. McRao. of Pine Lev- I, W. H Carter Is spending a few 1 Contractor J. P Campbell Construction rzW

j .: announcing the arrival of a girl, el, spent Tuesday with Mrs E. C. days with J. A. Harnage and family Co., cf Ocala Tuesday rI
,
/ : born Friday Feb 21 Lewis completed the clearing of right-of-
1 ) ;' Mr\ and Mrs. Ury G. Sapp and Fred HalHlop was visiting in Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sapp and way for the straightening of Road ; ,
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children were visiting Mr. and Thirteen here and the are I
j .,; children and little Carrol Crewsof Jacksonville Friday graders
r ; !1\\ Lake Butler were visiting Mr ,' Mrs W. A. Lewis left Tuesdayto Mrs. W R. Conner at Heilbronn at work where water will permit.

I ; ,ri !I and Mrs M. L. Johns Sunday afternoon spend a few weeks with her Sunday afternoon The next step that the citizens of I

t :.. ,' son, W, E. Lewis/ of Platit City Mills Annie Mae Harnage spent Lawtey are looking forward to lathe

f R' Mrs Lula Slade of Hampton and and daughter, Mrs. Grover Moore, Thursday night with: Miss Vesta II paving of the State Farm road I

i i lsaf SAL C. M. McKinney of Starke of ...t. Myers. McRae here to the present road running ..
I Miss Klna Conner spent part of
Mrs. J. J Thomas Mrs and children I from Starke to the farm and Justa .. .
ar. Ruby Crosby .
J' 4Il 1( visiting ..
,last week with her brother-in-law .. .
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, i .',, 'q i We are glad to report that W. T spent Sunday night with her parents and sister. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Shawat I word of advice to our prospective and ._." ... ", .', ,....,........ f .v .- -
candidates for senator "
i" ; Turner is Improving after a serious Mr and Mrs. Walter Ed- repre- it '
the State Furm :
.. ,' /. f illness mondson, of Theressn sentative Is that they must pledge :
:. I., Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman and themselves to:wvrk for the paving J. ;:>' __' :_ i'l 1
j'ffl!! *
Mr and Mrs. J. L.. Johns were The Bradford County Singing daughters, Helen and Dorothy, ; : .
of this road to votes In this ;
section ;
I II'f': ;' l,": business vlsltois at Lake Butler, Convention will meet at Corinth were! visiting Mr and Mrs. W. H, get 'I .,,+. f"" '., -> ? ?' ,

i. I .4"1 j' t Friday March 8, everybody Invited.Mr. Woodles Sunday afteinoon I '' -
I 'Q :Miss Dorothy Sapp spent theekend and Mrs Bert Shaw and Miss Garnetta Hubbard of Hell- j--- -
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I \ .; In Lake Butler children spent, Sunday with Mr. bronn spent part of last week with TOWlliFnd Qub To !Meet ,' Kate Smith popular radio song- at Lake Placid last week-end. ends at Lake Plai.i<: \hen not"",,,

'1 I "'ilH.1 I; Mr and Mrs M F. Wiggins Shaw's mother, Mrs C. M. Shaw Misses Audrey and Mildred Norman F. R. cat'a2{ e president of the bird on the A & P "Coffee Time" Throughout the course of the erwlse engaged. Sh, has iw

; '1 1 ( ; uro;' visiting In Willlston Sunday. ..f Raiford. local Townsend'* Club announces broadcast, heard over WABC-CBS three-day international contests mastered the intric ?. "., ,,,(

, 1, 1 ,. _._ ___-._-__ I that the Lawtey Club will meet at network Tuesday, Wednesday and Kate was hostess at "Coffee Time" (1Cft!
; .1 I the school house tonight, Friday I Thursday nights at 7:30: o'clock, per ties. More than 23,000: cups of ing and bob-slecliiint Her t

!, t r J '' g FUNERAL DIRECTOR I SAXTON February 28, X&ble\ speakers will served as Judge of the national A coffee were served to visitors. The venture will be sk ng she n

t Mr. W. A* T;Lr. Correspondent appear and a good time is promised A. U. bob-sled races and ski jumps beloved singer spends her week- fides.

i,, : My Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Kcnder ,, Miss Dorothy Swanbom, of Tal- I for. those attending. Remember --- -

EI"FU'IENT. PROMPT: and COURTEOUS &EUVICK lahasee spent the week-end here at the time and place-school house ; HAMPTON HIGHLANDMiss Mcniac, Ga? Sunda\
'j( 1 MODERATE PRICES at Mr. and Mrs. .
D <
l her home.
i ) 1 Starke Florida I I O. T. Nelson, Arthur Swanbom I seventhirty.Personals M''., 4dn N.n.. ..... Correspondent Mi. E. Crews, Correspondent villa were visitors h n Kculofli Mo >>1

.1 p DeWITT C. JONES and Elbert Tyler were visitors to Rev W. T McGuire, local pastorof Mrs Trudie Mae< Austin was a Geo. Carter and i'arson Grp

J: j I Highland, Sunday. I I Mrs. G. W Roberts spent the the First Christian Church of visitor here Saturday were visitors to Law i,,\' biondti 1
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;i'.' 1 Mrs Lizzie Tyler spent Sunday 'week-end at DeLand visiting rela- Hampton, preached to a large au- Billy Crews visited relatives In Mrs. A II Green Mr andy
i I 1
"'.. I with her daughter, Mrs. C. C Sum- tives. dience at Graham last Sunday Starke Saturday W. M. Wimberly nut MISJ fn.J

; l' Miss Mildred Dinkins of Jack- night The subject used was The Misses Mary and Carrie Den- Wimberly visited i n-latUei [h

';' : nerO. L Brown, of Doublerun was I sonville, is spending the week here Parable of the Kingdom" His I kins of Lnwtey visited l friends here Friday.

.,I ,I I' I I ,\'Nf',;I, t t 1 a visitor to this section Thursday. visiting relatives and friends. I message was very much enjoyed.The I Saturday afternoon. --- .
\ Remember preaching services M B. Plummer and O. J Phil- Hampton Junior High LONG
BRIDGE
;i': t ifJ,: Mis\ Effie Carter was a visitor
,I .I. ; ; ( here every Sunday and Sunday lips were business' visitors to Jacksonville School closes this week, with high
Miss
/' tc the State Farm Sunday after Nina \Miitvhriid. Ca
.J'J'[
I ; .>> ., ,. I night B. Y. P. U. Prayermeetlng Tuesday honors. Prof. Sponholtz and his noon.

'u; Id ;'1.. Wednesday night, beginning at 7I Mr and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins of corps: cf efficient teachers, have Mrs Charles Wright and Mrs. N. G. Moody end 1 ,I igliterl,

,, dlJ I '11'>1, o'clock Jacksonville were visitors here Friday completed a very successful termof Edith Padgett of Jacksonville were ba, and Miss\ Audi \ Heii. K;

; i ; j"'l, 1\'l' i. school. The general public' visiting: friends and relatives here I were visiting in (nrlniutr 'n,
'
.' ; ', J '1;.> Sturgeon eggs are used; in; making -I Mrs V R. Reddish and Miss would be pleased with their return Sunday I day and Friday

: ;1 .. .Il''; cavlai One large female sturgeon Carrie Bell Norman were visiting I Mr. and Mrs P -. urti..
'i art Miss Jewel Carter the
.t : may furnish caviar value at Mrs' J. G. Godwin at the State Rev. McDonald pastor of the spent 'and children, Me\ <'"i ,nd Hi,
f : 'I r. week-end at Maxvilla\ with her
.' ; I 3100FOR I Farm Tuesday i Methodist Church here, will fill his 'were visiting Mi. n Mrs. i
"
j j'j'u. 1t. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
',: N ; ; I Mrs. F. R. Cunadine was a visitor regular appointment next Sunday I Norman Saturday
i d\ 11
t.'I ,,.,' .. .'\ I ...w ._' I I"OUoiU to Jacksonville Friday morning and evening. Carter. S. W Whltchea.i. ', ,cam
1 f i ," i a :M'i'' ': II G. II Ccunce of Waldo was a The graduating class of the Junior Mrs. Aaron Woods of Oak Hill and J. B were \ ,"'nlID U

)..ij I. ; ,lfI ,[ II I business visitor here Friday High School here consists of' Is spending some time here with City Saturday afi''r., i "i,
," "
,!,. ; 'I/ ,11I'di: I R P. Jones was business visitor five students, namely. Hazel her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Mrs\ : M. H Mo' n 1d.: mi

,,' ,.! ,'/ I r'l to High Springs Friday. Brown, Elizabeth Phillips, Myrtice I Starling, bert, Chester and 'I. Yo
I. ; ;' )" Hf KID/ I Mr. and Mrs. O ,1. Anders were Hnll, Zella Collins, and L. G. Wra\ H. C. Wimberly Mr. and were visiting Mi. Mn ,

P.f. I J (li.I/J,,/l.d :. i1 I shopping In Jacksonville Saturday Johns Jr. ,' Mrs. E Prescott and son, Frederick nie Yarbrough or k'l"' ', Sui
fI : 1YauilANl'F -
I' ) ', Miss Bessie Terry, of Jackson- Mrs. Minnie Johns left this week ., Miss Beth Wimberly, Miss Mrs. Pledge i h nd..

:'i : iV ........ von ProT teen.h. I ville, spent the week-end at her for Washington. D. C., where she E Ricks and Carson M. Griff, Charles spent UK i i- \eku

," ":r ....hl,.. n..CC..r home here. will visit her daughter, Mrs. J. G. I were visitors to :IJacclenny and guest of her pni 'n M*
I
;
'. I Miss Abble who la --- -
safe th.n.orry Harley em Cooke. Sho was accompanied on

I'f li 6 t ployed in Gainesville spent the her Journey by her granddaughter, p......,'?', .."" ,#..... ', .. .,.... ,..,',#,#.../..,. .......,......,.....,.., ..',#. ",,' \i
: week-end at her home here. Miss Jeneane Cooke.
: +
; Miss Debbie: Phillips was a business Grover Mullins, who has been HOW TO "KEEP EDUCAT'.Ii' \ i

I ij 11 : r: !I'. visitor to Jacksonville Satur- spending the past six months In Rent, Dillv the WorM."I,)" Con.truc'live :1. \. .. ,

.1'. r ., ', II day. ,..'>r"_ Calhoun, Lu, returned to his home I 4 h The. C1u.j..tian Science Monitnift \ '
i 'r --- ? t
-
here this week An Im.mnrwrol n..pi.ria'pvws
. .. tr( .1.I .\ ZIFF and andA. \ .i... nil I .wt .lint. duo. not .KI 1,1.|. i
I '' ., t'l l l 1 1t J. G Lamureaux family .,.iiil.l Mm Iii.I.rteullmmrarhlbs. Worl."IV ... 1 1t
Day -
, 'I' I| MI... l.nln !>ln#. (.....1.. <.iirreHpiiiuIrikt. C. Denison and family, have located : I h .y.reader II |In i h.....lui" Tralur. ,.... far iu.''I I 1Ih. I l', ,i.
\: *\..kl, d.. ... n, Hrrtlon wI'I." liy! dl""I.h..1: iiithnrnoinir ,
< \ in the large two story residence ...Id .r.l I iiilillrul prnlilni/ ,,11, ah.. ,.n., ot rv, I IFh ,
Services were conducted at Lit \ ._ ._
I II in the southern part of town -------- ----------- ------ -------- -------.
j ; i t cfI i i I tie Rock Church Saturday and that is owned by the heirs of the \ hrlitfjn Science Publlihmfl Sorioty
.
i Gnu l'ioruy I
btreit. R"MonUnacht
>
t .. wlt9I'Vane
i .. I Sunday by the pastor Rev. W. M\ late David JoneaMr 'I
I lubscrlwlion: .
my Tin rnmaTMM
erljT la Sclt-
: .....,.. I .
:, : J ; ; \ -- Moody and Rev. L. D. Johns, of and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan i" fur S .ncriml of

I Graham visited Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. t... 01. year 59 00 a a month,$4.JO 0 J months S2.25 G 1
: Purvis : Ucclnoxl.iy i l.re i; including'! U.gaiint Section: 1 year $J 6fmy "
Lewis of Jacksonville, J. P Sullivan, last Sunday.
: Nam
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f ---------- ---
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$ "spent the last part of lust week ---- -

00 here with his parents, Mr. and Add'S _
Mrs. J W Lewis BOA DRAIN .,, ;" ,. COPY CV ;; Q ;.;r. I

I?\ r'lI'idll George Prescott.of Long Wood, :Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin. Correspondent! '.:.. :' <..'. ',........ .......... ?- "' ......,...... ,-,.,

} returned to his home here recent Rev. E. C. Hogan and daughter,

, ly, where he will spend some time Irene, of Jacksonville, were guests ." .. -- -
, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. of Mr and Mrs Arch Prevatt, :

"; ,, r'1. fit. L. Prescott. Sunday.Mr. "ViaSeoboortls

Ray News< m, of Starke, was in and Mrs Dan Boree of Jacksonville .1i1
; ; It. our section this week were visiting Mr and Mrs.

Miss Ruby Shaw of Tallahassee Zenas Griff last Thursday afternoon

\ ONLY I 0 Y spent! last week-end here with her .

t I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw. Miss Theresa Jones was visiting .

1 ..v ,- i I J. W. Lewis and son, Johnnie Juanita Priest Sunday.
'
, I +, vI and Henry Shaw, were business Mr. and Mra John Prevatt were 'Ireep'ei

,i ; 1i "'" s .. .. and 3 Palmolive Bands I visitors in Starke, Friday. visiting Mr and Mrs P. B. Pre-

3nweE Mrs. F. W Reynolds and chil- vatt, last Sunday.

dren of Graham, spent last Sunday Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Garett were

here with her mother, Mrs J. B. visiting China Grove church last De.1
f' 'T'HE! new Palmolive Complex. Complexion Brush by mailing Thomas.H. Sunday !
r JL ion Brush is made of soft, 1O in coin rol
f only cents or scamps H. Howard and Mrs. R. B. Mr\ and Mrs. Dan Boree and I
h
i S l' imported bristles act in genuine and the black bands from 3 cakes Thomas "
were called last Sunday to ions. Harold and Doyle, Irene Bo
Catalin green quartz: base. Used of Palmolive Soap to Palmolive, ipt'
t the bedside of their >
brother Gid ree, of Jacksonville
i with Palmolive Soap it gives new Jersey City, N. J. Your Brush is were visiting : IQ routing
i life to dull skin, brings out your milled you. I Howard who was seriously Ill. We relatives in this'section Sunday afternoon "''r.J' 1' ,

1 ;,, J natural color and eliminates are very glad'to report that he is and also China Grove 0r I e f/ ;: \ for less than car t'f
} '" blackheads and most skin blem 3 CAKES now improving. Church Sunday night. \

I,:, f. r ; t -.fit ishes. After using/ short while, C1NLY A1k I Mrs. H H Howard and daughter Paul Prevatt was visiting Mr. i p r I fir \ load shipments
r '
' p t l''t' you will be amazed at the im Miss Marzie were in Gainesville and Mrs Harmon Sibley of Lake
1'' ; ti'= ., provement in your complexion. 15 l the latter part of this week on Geneva, last week. : B a \ ; from now on.!
? I \
.
business. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffis =
were
Yours one-tenth itt value 41 ,
for
,
A L O. and, Johnnie Lewis of Mr. and
were guests Mrs. Ellie Sul-
'r As a special introductory offer J.G ;
3 3I
tt f Malt YOURSCLF TO A LOVILV, visiting Mr. and Mrs I. W. Dyalof livan last Sunday.We .
you can now get this I'jlmotiveDOI
I j MORE ALLUMINO COMPLEXION Graham Sunday afternoon and 1 are sorry to report Mrs.

while there attended services at the Louise Prevat on the sick list this I

i 4 i 'ULB 1OIK :MONF.VliCK : Christian Church Sqnday night. week. We hope that she will'soon
'y I ....' GcfV I Bill Hines of Long Wood was in be well again. I
COOI: ) et: i1'l o'ir section Sunday. --.--._.. 1

.. 4' 4 AS THE Suds //o bGift/ FREE Mrs. Blrt Stokes and children BETIIEL r
Super .
s F ipcnt Sunday at Graham with her
ai UKST wits the soap you now wet I parents Mr. and Mrs. O W Dyal. Mri.: Ralph Oulney, Correspondent

'Y" K It :.f:' FOR Docs Not Wash Your If nit -- C/tats.c ,'children J'r. and and, Mrs.Mrs.Clyde Howard Kelly and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and children

i HALF Dishes Hriahter & Cleaner i' GIANT Mott have returned home after spending
: !: ) were business visitors In Cainea-
.. week
a
with
t t DAKS 1 relatives in Lake
I in Less Time Than OurS villo
jl ', THE i Wednesday and while there City.
'
''I ( Harrell
t' $ of Lake City
PRICE brotl-er-in-Iaw
I L. G. Howard
r t, 5c 2-lOc Pkgs 19c fan tl"** VKtUAMI,ui ccrMON CiTTJ SOAP covrots-- I Lee and Wesley Dyal and son Ralph Is here Galney visiting her sister Mrs.

J Gerald, were in our section Sunday
-
II We
r are glad to report that Mrs.
Elbert Glover who has been
Redeem Your Octagon Soap Wrappers with i Mr. and Mrs. Harlle Shaw spent 111 In very tod
Dampier's Hdw. Starke Sunday at the some better now. SIRI It's lh. way)f
home
of Mr. ..
and
'_ Miss Gladys Lee was visiting t 0 N YES Mor "
Mrs. Me B.fl
I Henry ,
Shaw ACI you
Mrs. Eldry Glisaon S M.rchwV
1ia Sunday. At
I I Lloyd and A. Z. Padgett and Miss Eliza Harrell 1 t\ you Mr. Small
was visiting ONE A coON
I Arch Mann were for Mr. Individual
visiting In Lake Mrs. iTi you.
t, Butler last Albert Gllsson Sunday. \gta\, lot door .
Saturday night. S railroad .en-Ice
Tip Top Grocery Starke I Mrs.
Cynthia
Brown's Lee i
Grocery Brooker was visiting rwm.nUa +
Mrs. Dolla
William has returned Mrs E. E. Lee. NEESP handling 01 !... than c
L. J. Green Groc. Starke to her home here after spendIng Sunday. O 1Ot 1 !owJr.igbtr t Nf/t
t Colson's Grocery Brooker I Mrs. Lizzie Lee was visiting Mr. .1 :
: some time te Lake Butler with and Mrs Ralph nveucp you hue ANYTHING to
Gainey and

r f Hall's Grocery, Starke Parker's Grocery, Brooker 1 I friends Mr and and Mrs.D.relatives.Starling and chll- Sunday.Tom Lee was family '..\!aEt'P' CO. s ord C.tth.d.tail.ofSabat1ft.dshipping.. phoa. your S.aboa 'd r

visiting his broth
J. C. Manning Groc., Starke Robert's Grocery Graham dren here of Alachua. spent Sunday er, R. L. Lee and family Sunday. .NO. It'.saf' ,*<"
I I I with Mrs.
I
II Starling's mother, '
.. .. r'
t I I Mrs. J. B. mad *v you moo
J. W. White & Son StarkeDarby's Thomas. Arab
Carradine and
Grocery natives of some
t .x+'r Lawtey ': -. -- parts
I of India
t Grocery, StarkeSaxon's Geo. W. Roberts Grocery The orang-utan sleeps in the eating earthworms.are particularly fond of

Lawtey' swaying tree tope without fear of '' SEABOARAIR
Grocery Hampton R. falling. His hands automatically ---
R. Thede Grocery Lawtey lock themselves Codfish scales are one of the Ingredients
i I to the boughs with used In manufacture I
of
i a vice-Ilk grip. RAILWA1
artificial pearls. LINE

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Bradford County High J JONE School Journalt



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UME :, -0_ ... __ STAHKE, (

DITORIALS World Traveler SCHOOL DAYS. by DVVIG I Basketball Teams Basketball Teams w{f"f (


Speaks-To School II Meet With Disaster II Win And Lose Mon. ;: l "

Best Interest elADFOKD
t tad to the In two called assemblies last I Our basketball teams met with i We broke even in two fast mO"I 1 I '' q

HIGH SCHOOL Monday the first and second pe- disaster list Friday night at lag basketball games at Brooker "' i ;, ''I'"

riods the Elementary and Gram rose, when the unbeaten last Tuesday afternoon. The i "
int Patron" and Alumnae mar and then the High School! "Mel-I the 184and ,' 'I '
.
Rrokerites
+ pupils s' se x creel that school "shoved us under. : taking girls )
(
were treated to an hour of Our girls team, unused to I our boys submerging the op- t :

EDITORI.\L STAFF very Interesting amusing and educational en gym floors were rather shocked I I ponlng force :

r.ln-Chlef--- A. W. Ander- entertainment given by when they learned that they Our boys did some remarkable 3i' .j"Ii t.j"I

son Jr. Mr. W S. Concannon of Jackson had been defeated by A score of playing as the Brooker team had \ :

tl' Editor-----Dorothy White ville a world traveler, humorist, .I 2-fiS! Tho girls must be excused their Principal, Mr. Klnard and M rJ,

J.ry Editor Marjorla :Warwick and philosopher. however for the team captain and one of their teachers) one of our ;, ,

Editor, .' -____Hugh Walters In his lecture which was a gala Karnestlno Andrews, one of our former graduates) Harmon Mnr- i i 1

trial Editor __A.llce Royesterre assortment of philosophy. Jokes, star ptiiyors., were absent. Too, Ran playing with them. r' '

Editor ______:Marie Thede wit humor, tricks, interesting trinkets our teams are not used to playing Simeon Phillips did some fine .

fcentary Editor -------------- from foreign lands and reli- basketball on wo' den floors at I playing and by himself made 8 + I, '

.._ Eunice Williams gious quotations, Mr. Concannon I night. points. All the boys did fine work ; :''f

said "If you wish to be satisfied The boys' team varied a little I I'n'till''\ I'Ullt: to rut n" n .s1\ ,, ,

REFINEMENT. with your lot in life build a serv- 1 i h $ 44 I j44' lI l\\ i ii better: the final score In this rhiiwlTg At thi.' tournament: In q't' t

ice station on It The biggest I game being we 30; they 41. Jacksonville next month. : ;
..fincment The act of making, room in the world is the room for t G. Randolph Quarks/ made Id\ of the Th3 :VlSve! O "0\\ M 11'| to )1Vmy 1' } -.: .
free from
te of being pure or improvement The world does- ;. $ 30 points' six members rf the lean f' ;'
H, '
elegance; polish; pur- I ;
ness. morals. n't need more square miles but Our next games will be played v'. '.' 'O p.'cacuL and the J'; w.s very Si i tt
l; if r taste mind or; more square people I like wood- ; i with Brooker and Melrose on Monday ..vrr.i.V T. Weeks' and Lout, '
that refines "IJUNIOR
see
Its you can peckers because they use their qjjJr and Tuesday. Maybw we'll\ Davis were refereeing\ the game. .'
t 'a quality which comparav heads." I :ho tomorrow vlth Mel- r.I'' :
'have better luck t his time. game:

few of us it ever is a really quality attain.of Mr. Concannon has been around wir:4'I: _. 6---- I rose here, will be the last game r' : f

can which see Is much to be desired the world four times and has spoken I WII.Ttn'l.u H.U'l'KN IF-: I I the season!" before",.. the tournament.. ( S }i \.
y I Ipti
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sought after by good reading to pupils! in hundreds of other Dorothy Klcklitor was on lima :

if habits good education, and schools. We hope he will come ) : IItl to school. I 111(111_SOCIETYJean ".
to .
see us again soon.PROFESSORS
companionship. Grace and Simeon were separated -
'
Davie spent the week-rail .
Is which Is for three days
finement quality
NITWIT AND / KFifyy In Arcadia. '
t1 ,
admired in a person and we Ovid Lewis didn't look sleepy.
:i
KNOWKNOT Mrs. Eva Anderson was at the
ild all strive and work to at- t I The school building burned with I bull in Melrose Friday night.
it "Knots of Knowledge"Dear 4)) P '1 : It.all bookkeeping practice/ sets In Ernest game Dowling was visiting la K I I {'

'o have very few people of out. If Jacksonville Saturday.
Profs: 1, )
Katie didn't make 60 or 70 words
. ling refinement in the world Our bridge team beat London'slast 1 minute In Marian Dowling was visiting la: '
a typing. '
and it is as though refinet Gainesville Sunday afternoon. '
v month. Isn't that fine? John Klrkpatiick: answered a
t is out of style right now. butI .
Joyfully yours, question.Mr. --- I
right here and now if we
say Virginia Fugate. Howard had a serious NKXT WEEK
I. more people of refinement in

, world today it would be a'' Dear Virginia: thought.The Juniors illiln't have Mra. Monday March 3: ''S..
h much better place in which It Is-but It looks If ic', '
surely as
Beasley to think up ways to make Girls Glee Club. 4'
*y London bridge is falling down, money for the class. High School Chapel Program t'' yi

Ci irv our best for refinement doesn't it? The ch'1ollollt Eddie Hurtman. Thursday, March 61; tj ,

,'t t least let us be the very beat The Intelligent Interpreters 7 tr CoMMtNTAToPlay By D. C. K. Elementary. Chapel.FridaySaturday l. ::-

>n we know how to be. Profs. N. & K. +. -- Mnr. 6.7
_____ I
By A. M. R. un The orangutan Is the only animal Basketball team goes to Tour-

---+ Dear Profs: I I that knows the principle of the nament In Jacksonville! at (he #
ItOM ANOTHER PAPER I hear Professor Nitwit, that "Betty Lou," I ExchangesThe Washington HonoredIn lever. Landon I H. S. Gym Ii

p following Is extracted from you have a son in college. Is he To Be Presented Assembly FridayHigh
ampa Daily Times. learning anything? I favorite songs of our classes 1>{ d t

titstandlng from out-of-coun- Inquiringly, Here March 13 : WANTED HARDWOOD & PINE
,- hlbits Is a windmill scene, an Al Kay Carlisle. Journalism "What a Differencea School Chapel was holt ,

overed wagon drawn by oxen Practice on this year's Day Makes." Thursday the fourth period. The VENEERING BLOCKS & CROSS TIES'

II stage coach-all carved by a Dear Al: al senior play, "Betty Biology-"Thanks for the Bug- program was a repetition of the

, ar-old boy of the Starke High He surely Is. He hadn't been In full swing with Miss ensatlon-I gy Ride." Elementary ChupeU. held the third (1)111I..1011 l mid Gourd I-'eet of I'hl'I.o Doyle 84.ale) Y N1

ol. Bradford County. Theh home a week before he showed me dleton directing the English"I'll Never Say Never I perloj of the same day. The pro. LengthDlumrter/ 62"M': :53" 45' 42" 88" r ik(3'( i

was adjudged the best car- how to open a bottle with a half- Mrs. Wall directing the singingand Again Again." gram was made up almost entirelyof .. 4 '
George Washington numbers 13" 20 18 17 14 13 12 i .
model on display. dollar. choruses. If present plans are Latln-"She's a Latin from Manhattan -
Hence both programs are being IS" 2.' 23 21 IH 16 19 '
Obligingly carried out the will be '
e above refers to the B. H. play pre 'I !
covered In one writeup.The H" 31 29 2(1( 23 20 18
hibit built by Eddie Hartman, Professor Nitwit. sented In the high school auditorium Music-"I Got Rhythm. was begun with IS" 37 3.1: 32 27 2.1: 23 ,

grade, It is planned to enter on the evening oflpFriday" Mathematics"Take Number two program"Father of the Lam 16"t., 42 SH .11 SO 27
xhlblt in the Jacksonville fair Dear Profs: I March 13 at 8 p. m. from One to Ten." songs" 17" A3 49 42 88 sa 82
We directedby
year Eddie won $1 .1IO in I want to be a soldier but my ,I The play a map-action breath- American History'Here Comes Love and "America 18" 61 A7 A2fi -t.' 40 37

i on his exhibit. parents want me to be a doctor. taking, sidesplittingmusical comedy the British. Bang! Bang!" Mrs. Wall. ll" 70 8\: !) Al 47 42 k

+ What shall I do? Is the story of the Pendleton Home Economics"Sweetie Pie." Next Miss Kitty Hogsed's second 20" HOno) 71 fI" 38ta A3 48 .

ENTRIES-ILLUSTRATED Bill Edwards. family, Mrs. Pendleton (Marie World History-"Who Walks In' grade presented a song "Wash' 21" '" .- .. Bt '.76 ( flO A4BO 4
'
ington following wasIi skit. 23" 101 9-1 M .71. 6T '
Thede widowed mother of When I Walk Out"Typing"Kitten
)
, 18 Demorest, Industrial Geo- Betty I "Washington" by Mrs. flitch's second !S.. 113 104 taI 82 75 88
>>iy teacher, has a new and Dear Bill: Lou (Lillian Sternberg)) and Tony on the Keys. grade. 24" 183: 116 I 1041 00 83 75 r '' ( Y

" I method to teaching about Be a doctor. Mlny a man with Pendleton (Hugh Walters) who is Psychology--"What's the Rea- Dorothy Lee Johns. MIsa Perkins' 2.%" 188 128 Ill 101 92 8.1

:oun tries. wholesale ambitions has to content married to Lola Pendleton (Elaine son?" fifth recited 2(1" 131 141 128 111 100 00 t

(ferent pupils dress up to rep- himself with a retail business Wynn), who is on the verge of Gym-"The Man on. the Flying grade and Miss Strickland's"George'sHatchet" 27" 16.1 14 140 121: 110 1)9 '
t different countries and The Two Tornadoes bankruptcy and to relieve her financial Trapeze." 28" I 1"0 168 las: 133: 120 108 ,
certain customs por-be- Profs. N. & K. troubles, Is trying to marry General Science--"You Are My section of the sixth grade gave a 29" 103 IH2 IBfl 143 130 117 (
habits Star." skit about Washington. 30" 211 107 179 S3 110 127 )
and products raised. Betty Lou off to some wealthyman. Lucky Mrs Walnwrlght'a third grade

lit Tuesday morning three I Bradford Teachers Betty has her own Ideas Problems in American" Life- presented "On the Firm" and a \\ 111 I'uy $11.011( per' :M. Meet H<, ml Measure In Wood. mauled. on i; ys

given This is just one of about this and dresses up as her "Double Trouble. few additional numbers were Our TiuckM, of $8.110) JII'r1.: ltll\ered on Yards. at Luwtay. or 1
pre- }
leg extending over several Meet In AuditoriumThe little ten-year-old sister. ,What Office-"You're Always Telling sented by the high school. Marie $IO.4)O) I"'r1.1"1: In ('are. Anyxthern.. Sweet. Ouiii, Itliu-k Own ip,
happens when Worthington Brooks Tu.H-lo, nay Mini Ash
aIn was Arle Bradford County Teachers (Al Kay Carlisle), a crook, and Med.The North Star and "The Frond" Thede, senior"gave a reading "AGirl's >ng MiiRiinll.i: Cut<< SH, 13, 5.'i/ : or (13 Inches,. Long/ Alto Will Buy j
represented by Prayer and Louis Davia InVooiltt. I.o.ejed Our Truck, I'liie TII..lo.n..I'
('ro' Tics
on ,
hap ,
West Palm Beach H. S.)
H. S. Robert Sherwood Plum. (
In the
Association met B. (Raymond j
an She was dressed in cos- presented the poem "If" by Kip .. (him, 7tf/t8t! l @S.),", 7x8\HJ4 23cf: Ox8 8H @iSei< > ;
and spoke In Spanish as she auditorium for a brief session last mer) a wealthy man come to ling. Ilmirt rim, Ink {''yprrss|) 'hhIH'lci! / 7x8x8>/ <@> 35ciHxHxS -

"! the different products raisre. Friday.Mr. "marry the daughter" will "tickle Jokes"So Eddie Hartman winner of first U @ 23'i_
"
J. H. Benson chairman you pink. and second prizes at the State

'Ct a group of nine dressed in tendered a resolution made by the This play has been very success- your new job makes you Independent Fair In Tampa this month was LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING CO. '

ime illustrated the old mar- committee on teachers' salaries, fully presented elsewhere and ?" awarded the prize a check fur J. I. IIAICRKLL, Manager Y
custom of Mohammedlantries that the twelve with talent and fine before audience who
recommending combined good "Absolutely. I get here any timeI $19, the LAWTEY, FLA.
of a group of men going month plan for paying teachers' stage scenery Is expected to be the want to before eight and leave cheered lustily.

group of women picking out salaries be continued. This resolu- best and most successful senior just when I please after five." +
of them and moving her- tion was passed.The play ever to be presented here. FlUE DRILL

out> knowing her or seeing her faculties of Brooker. Hamp- The play will in three acts and -
New Californian: stopped over
which is veiled. (Prearranged ton, and Lawtey invited the other will last about two hours. In addition In San Juan and--" A fire drill was held at 10:23': ; Slide the Jl.ConJitioneJ

ila are very frequent how- 'schools to attend their Baccalau- to the players already men- Old resident: "Pardon me but a. m. last Tuesday morning. In i!'

.1 1 The players were Dot Blsh- reate sermons Sunday and their tioned there will be- you should say San Huan. In California exactly one and one-half minutes 4

T Ritch, forest Crosby Dan graduation exercises Thursday and BeeEarnestlne Andrews. we pronounce our J's like the building was emptied without ea.-mil

n i, Inus Prescott Audrey Friday. BabVirginia Wiggins. H's." noise or confusion and In perfect

", Evelyn Crosby J. W. Kelly This is the last meeting of the Jack--Luclan Alvarez. New Californian: "Well you'll order.

Ovid Lewis. B. C. T. A. this year as the school JoeSimeon Phillips. have to give me time. You see,
,'trice Gill! dressed as a Span- terms of all schools In the county Annie--Dorothy White. I've been In the state only through Helping; Mothers t.r; L RJt7J

Senorita, described Spain geo- (except B. H. S.) expire today And a chorus of singers. Hune and Huly." 4ic11/ 1:

"ilcally. (Friday). Music will be furnished by Mrs. to Cut Down On
e s above
was presented last
F. H.
Long. _
+ Henry: "You sho' are skinny."
We are sure that you will agree Family's Colds _
LETTER BOXThe Foe: "You're so thin a backacheand
with us that this play is the "best
ever" so don't fall to see It and a stummlckacha" hit you In th- Unique Formula for Note and
layWORKED
same place.
r following letter was receivedlast judge for yourself. Throat Help to Prevent

Monday from one of our old ----.-- Colds-And to Throw Off I
who on a
Many a woman goes
grads by Mr. Gray. The article Interesting NotesMrs. diet finds she Is a poor loser. Head Cold at the Start I
mentioned was In last week's pa- --1-
SOON CLEARS "STUFFY HEAD'
per. We are glad our Literary Editor's To
Bynum Perkins eighth Porter "You've too much
FOR the : put
is
ME article appreciated by Mothersarenooftci
absent the first "
teacher was
grade madam.
C. C. C. boys too. "Midge" is Mar- postage on this package worried about their Jacksonville
jorie Warwick. part of this week, having had her Lady Editor: "Gracious: me! I families' colds that ,

February 24, 1936. tonsils removed. only hope It will not go too far." I they find, special com I
7 fortinthieunqueaid! F TO TAMPA
Mr. L. A. Gray "The Belle of Barcelona" the for prevontiny cold and IDtermeeileta points
Bradford High School An old Indian came to town one
Vicka Va-tro-nol.
fine musical here ('
presented
comedy
en ehoald Starke Florida. day and for the first time he saw Especially designed for nose and DAILY SCHEDULES '
will be
by the senior class of 35
1Se Daly eG9 Dear Mr. Gray: a man riding a bicycle. upper throat where moat colds ..KatiSafe -
In West Palm Beach tonightby
given .
"Huh! he exclaimed "White atartVatronolstimuiata'thefunctions
I am herewith enclosing a copy Lv. Htarke13:10: p.m.
t the high school's glee club. Sits down to walk." provided by Nature- in the
in man heap lazy.
va dIt of our camp weekly paper Mr. Beasley's science class visit- none-to prevent cold,and to throw t y ,\.liu-luioiiiIllw' _- 1:20: p.m.
Brad- --
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which we used an article on ed the telephone office last week. off head coMa In the early staea.

: ford High School Journal. This The ninth grade Is glad to have Society Used in time-at the first sniltle Lv. Starke -- 4:28 ul.
article was so appropriate to theOf sneeze or nasal Irrlt..tlonu3t a Comfo7t
Dorhia Smith back. Doshla just A .. O.Ab ___ __ 8:07
p.m.
*
< ..-"pie U muu t.r _.-'11'. K4 author luf .. covered from a Rudolph An.'rewra! spent the helps: to avoid many colds. .\\\IMwood ---- 6:1. I'.m. L t
follow and regular! iflthey would the mumps. week-end In Morriston and visited where Irritation has led to a e con 0 m Y Ar. IMif City__ __ 7:3! p.,.. ) '
: the rule of doctors and use.I the that B. H. S. the State Canal Sunday. clotfircd-up/ none (a ututly head cold d
l ta,U see by paper
IQ naal catarrh) Va.-tro-nolspreads Ar. Plant City 8:18:
or p.m.
relieving
constipation. went to Palatka u
? THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK Vonda Inman
is still ahead of the C.
ver "keeping
10 take any 'laxative that is Friday night and Gainesville Sun- through the nasal pa:98ges-reduces: e nee Ar. Tampa .___ 0:0: p.....
and wish to extend my
u tlon. Or one the dose of game swollen membranes-cl rs clogging '
can t be exactly' measured. most sincere congratulations on Aggressive fighting for the right day.Marie rnucua-bring* comforting? relwi.
'rs know the danger} !"f this rule; the splendid record that has been Is the greatest sport the world Thede spent the weekendat A Practical Cuid. for Mothers A new thrill in travel-at the lowest daily rate .
led
.The use a li laxative. achieved. I am very glad to learn. knows.-Theodore Roosevelt. Tallahassee visiting friends. Bitch year, more anti more families and half mile.
dose in history-only a cent a per 'e f
haao the until the that B. H. S. won second place In Better late than never. Harriet Bishop ipent Friday afternoon are being helped to ftwercoldx,
help for In Jacksonville shorter colds and milder colds by following ,
laced set the the contest sponsored by the Flor- The four primary qualities /

musslurs in restoring regularity.tl secret of. ida State Fair at Tampa that is success are: Honesty Loyalty Energy Jacksonville Frances Peek:" spent. Saturday in of Colda.! Vicks Vicka! Plan Plan for ho Better* been Control clinically For dUlld schedule! and fates

leas laxative quite an honor when one considersthe and Kindliness. tested by practicing physicians, consul S
and tbare whYit ahould size of Bradford County In comparison "A tree Is known by its fruit and Billy Long spent Saturday in I and further proved in everyday

!quid 1 Itke Syrup PepsinP with the other counties. not by Its leaves." Jacksonville. home use throughout the country. t>1,
nlRRilfor a bottle of With best personal regards I beg You are not dressed for work unless Willis Smith !la visiting relativesIn Full details! of the Plan come in each ''
'lwe' I GRIFFIN r
T. J.
I S"rup pepsin ud if remain you put on a smile. North Carolina. package( of Vkks Vaironol.Ov1f .
to
't oE.o ve you absolute edict. if -.-, Marlon and Helen Dowllng. Bet- /
and comrort in the Yours very truly MIllIe VIeS Aid Used V.orfy Agent to ..w $
way and snails are considered ty Green and Martlle Hemingway
tnOIIJel: any sluggishness 01'ncaa I Joseph (Mac) Davis Frogs Of Better C.ntf.l of C.I your money back.. 2nd Lieut., Inf. CASC Foster. an appetizing dish by Frenchmen. spent Sunday In Gainesville. -






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.t r STAItKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH
j tPAGE, FOUR .__ BRADFORD. ._ _. _. '- _-_-,. _- -. -pEBRUAiIp 2a,
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\ ,'fffl, I :+ World Day Of PrayerTo ; W. M. U. Notices U. D C. Will A. gram of radium disintegrating The catacombs ? S!,""""
produces more than a million France, where A! .
I Be Observed FridayThe Circles Number One and Number Meet WednesdayThe times as. much heat as that pro- her loan rf *"
i army ,
,
: 11'i I World Day of Prayer will Two will meet together at the W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit- duced by burning a gram of coal. .wine storage. are ,n", w j,

f 3ocictrlJ be observed at the Presbyterian Baptist Church Friday at two ed Daughters of the Confederacy, .
::: l Church Friday morning at 10 o'clock to study the book "Who Is. will meet Wednesday, March 4, at A picture painted in blood and -. -
I A. M. Darby
My Neighbor Mrs.
v o'clock. Members of the Missionary three-thirty p. m., at the home of belived to be 700 years old was
I ,, and Mrs. W. B. Alexander will
Hostesses
i societies of all of the churches Mrs. George P.: Flynn. : discovered at the Dentoran Wakoin
''til,' in the city will participate in conduct the study. All members Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Emma Canova, temple at Tfcplnia, Japan. REALESTATE
: : ;' Woodman Circle I Washington Birthday Party the program.The I are requested be present. and Miss Madge Middleton. r '

0 !il. Met Tuesday la Successful Affair following program has been The Circles;pf.the Woman's Mislonary --+ Cotton ib'used to- make ninetyper
",I' ,. Unldd'of, the Baptist I MARTHA BAILEYThe
arranged: cent o( the world's clothing
'
I' \: Starke Grove No. 278 held itsregular Last Friday night the Woman'sclub ', Church will meet. Monday after as' is of Miss Martha Bailey, IP YOU
6 +It":.'; b' r meeting Tuesday night, House was the scene of a E.Prelude M. Davis Organ and Mrs.and plano-JoIra.K. G. Dun 'noon. 75, at onb time a resident of Starke BUY, EL LORE1,
:. ''i'I 'r"; February 23, with a large attend.'i' George Washington Birthday Par can. | Circle Number ,Pne, Mrs. L. G. were brought here and interred in for the STORMS PREPARE OF LIFE 11 SEE USWILSON-
the business ty. The affair was sponsored by I'
ance. After completion of Powell leader wlH.be entertainedby Crosby Lake Cemetery last week INSUHU-IN
'. I ;) session, the members participated the Finance Committee of Circle Scripture reading-Mrs. Edward I. Mrs. E. C,..Priest at her home at .after a short service conducted by THE PENINSULAR LIFE
i In a Memorial practise to Number One of the Methodist Missionary Bums. 3:30: o'clock. Circle Number Two, the Rev. B. M. Montgomery. Miss Lot SI. Show You How
) ,.', I '" itt be used In the Draping of the Society. The Lord's Prayer. I Mrs. W. B. Alexander, leader, will Bailey died December 4 !In Germantown H. T..HALL, JR., Agent REALTY CORP
\ J Charter In bonor of the late Miss/ Mrs. E. K Perryman was in ,
O Eter- Pa.MARGARET
I Hymn-Lead On. King meet with Mrs. W. L. Wall at 3:30: office fcr: stark Hotel
: 4' ;,.f,,' Ethel Davidson, State Manager of charge! of the program for the evening I nal. o'clock. The Young Matrons Circle ...... Sark. Flu. V
; I ',:'{;1//" MTh Texas, at the next meeting. All and arranged the following History of' the World Day of' Mrs. E. L. Biggs, leader, Will .GLISSON f\r.w.! 1 I _
,\1 II members are urged to be present! Interesting program for the guests: frayer-Mrs. G. H. Lowry. meet at the: Baptist Pastorlum Funeral services for Margaret
f ;i':r', at this meeting. At the close of Vocal soloa-"Give" a Man a "Prayer, The Greatest Outlet of Monday evening at 7:30: o'clock. 31isson, three-year-old daughter of I

'.;,. I +.a':: the meeting refreshments were Horse He Can Ride, and "Colette"by Power," Mra. A. M. Darby. I Mrs. R. J. Davis" and Miss Eunice Mr.. and Mrs. Calvin Gliason, of: FLORIDA FUNERAL
( served by Mrs. E. J. Flyn and Mrs. ,. John Powell. Solo--"Teach Me to Pray"-Lulle Perkins will be the hostesses.The Starke, were held Monday afternoon SERVICEJ.
} : L S. Hutto. Spanish; songs--"Amopoll" and at 3 o'clock the
J ',, Mitchell. at Kingsley
March week of for
'J' _, "La Paloma" Miss Grace Dew. prayer .
'i : by "The Family Altar"-Mrs. B. Lake Cemetery. The Rev.\ L A. W. McEWEN
//J-y- Home Missions will be held next
4 t J) l\' ; W. M. S. Circles Will Little"On Miss the Good Ona Demorest.Ship Lollypop" by I M. Montgomery and Mrs. L. C. Tuesday and Wednesday. Circles Donnelly was In charge of the ser- 234 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLOE1D. I

I f .; ji: Meet Monday Upon arriving the guests were Ray 'Number One and Dumber Two will vices. Death came as the result ofa ) TELEPHONE 140
Vocal duet-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins ruptured appendix.
'
conduct the at
received George and Martha Tuesday meeting
Circles of the Woman's Missionary by and Mrs. B L. Biggs. REASONABLE AND EFFICIENT
the Church at 3:30 o'clock and the
{ Washington, who were C. A. Futch :
I i Society of the Methodist Visions of the Earth at Peace- will MRS. ANCIL MEADE
Young Matron's.Clrcie have
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. They
',', i t Church will meet Monday after were both dressed In brilliant cos- Mrs. H. H. Young. charge of thOj Wednesday meeting, Word has been received here by AMBULANCE SERVICEWE
,:" noon March 2, at three-thirty tumes of the colonial period. Hymn-"Jesus Shall Reign. which will beheld.: at the Church friends of the death of Mrs. And
f o'clock. Circle Number One wll! "The Christ of the Andes" Mrs. INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
)s OF OCR
Yellow jonquils, narcissi, ar i at 7:30: o'clock. i'< Meade In Eustis where she a.ndMr.
meet at the home of and G Powell.
: Judge L. NEW HOME.
!
.
Meade had been Death
other seasonal flowers formed the living.
.
:Mrs. K. Circle Number .
; E. Perryman. "The Great Communlon"Mrs.L.
t decorations used were silhouettes O. E. S. Notice followed an attack of double
I v! :i Two will meet at the home of decorations used weer silhouettes A. Davis. I pneumonia. Mrs. Meade lived in _. __._ ._. d
.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, with Solo-"Prayer Perfect" (Mey- The regular monthly meeting of
of dif- Starke several years and had many
representing
Washington
t l r Mrs. Sauls and Mrs. C. L. Stock pah-Mrs.) R. J. Davis. O. E. S. will be held Monday night, Freshly Roattted!
'" ferent stages of his life, which friends here. Funeral services Freshly Ground'':
I well as co-hostesses. + March 2 at the Masonic Hall. All
'.. were placed at Intervals in the ; were held Sunday, February 16.
-- -- room. Refreshments were servedIn Episcopal Church NewsA i members are urged to be present. .
COFFEEEIGHT
f' I ,'r 1 a Notice the Sun Parlor from a table covered very real privilege will be offered CHARLES II. MURPHY o

'/( ''ry Please have all Grove dues paid with a Venetian lace cloth, silver to the Church folks of Starke Recipe Given By Charles H. Murphy, an Invalidfor O'CLOCK
t RED
i to me by the first of March. candelabra which held burning Friday night at 7:30: when the Rev. several years, died Sunday "Rich Full Bodied" CIRCLE
tf t',' 2k Mrs. Hutto, Secretary, tapers added to the beauty of the Malcolm Lockhart, D. D., Rectorof Mrs. T. T. LongThe morning at his home just south- "Mlld-Mellmt"
::1 Woodmen Circle. arrangement. Mrs. W. E. Middle- the Church of the Good ShEpherd following recipe for pe- east of town. He was eightyfiveyears 15c
,:. \) ton poured tea at one end of the Jacksonville, will speak at St. can bars, which makes delicious of age. igalllSHlD uss CBOKAJt."VfgoroI18Wfn
(: r : ,.:-1_ ... table and at the opposite end of the .lark's Church. cookies, was given by Mrs. T. Mr. Murphy, who is survived on-
table Mrs. T. J. Griffin poured cof During the seven weeks of Lent T. Long, member of the B. H. ly by his widow, Mrs. Emma Mur- MA EREECONOMYRUlC3 y"
RITZ fee.The there will be a short prayer servIce S. faculty. phy, had been a resident of this I Per Lb. 21e
j I THEATRE! members! of the finance committee on each Friday night in St. Pecan Bars county since 1925 and was a native FANCY BLUE ROSE
, of the circle, Mrs. E. K. Main's Episcopal Church, after I 1 box yellow or brown sugar of North Carolina. He was a
i Perryman, chairman, Mrs. W, E. which the congregation will be addressed 4 eggs farmer and an accomplished musi RICE 5 Pounds 21c
PROGRAM Middleton, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and by outstanding preachers.Dr. 2 cups nuts clan.
r : ', BEGINNING FRIDAY Mrs. Titus Olson, wish to thank all Lockbart is the first of these 2'/a cups flour (scant) sifted Funeral services'were held Sun -.- --------- -- .------ _
of the contributors and those who 3 times ., NO. 1 MAINE
i peakcra. day afternoon at 5:30:: 6'clock from
%( FRIDAY, FEB 28 assisted in making the party a suc- He has recently become Rectorof 2 teasp. baking powder
Jones
the DeWitt C. 6bapel: with
"j.4) "Two Fisted" cess.to The approximately proceeds which$25,amounted will be the Church of the Good: Shepherd (slightly rounded) the Rev. B. M. Montgomery, of the POTATOES 10 Lbs. 18c

t'' i .i Lee Tracy in Jacksonville which is the Pinch of salt Methodist Church, in charge. Interment .
of the Chris- --------- -- -
used for the building
' Church in the 1 temp vanilla
Grace Bradley largest Episcopal was in Crosby Lake Cemetery DIXIE GRANULATEDT
1 p tian Education class rooms, which Diocese of Florida, and has already Beat eggs in double boiler, Mr. Murphy was a memberof
' SATURDAY.! FEB 20 are now under construction. made quite a reputation'tor himself add box of sugar and cream the Quaker Church. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 22c
Double Feature Board as a speaker there. Nell, cook over boiling water
Executive MeetingWoman's Pall bearers were: .3. H. Fields, .
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or until
Before coming to Florida he was. minuses creamy,
Mallory Thomas, Ellis Thornton, SCOCO COMPOUNDLARD
"SagebrushTroubador" Club for some years Rector at st, ool, pour into bowl, add nuts,
Powell, A. J. Thomas D.
James' Church, Baton Rouge, La. vanilla, salt 1% cups flour, last Charley ,
The Executive Board of the Woman's D. Woodward and A. Haberthuer. Lbs. 25c
t
Prior to that time he served as fold in other cup of flour to
t Gene Autrey Club will meet Thursday afternoon .
chaplain to the Fifty-third Pioneer which baking powder has been .
AndWerewolf -- ----------- -------- -
March 5, at the Club SINGING CONVENTIONThe
Infantry of the First Army Corps, added. Pour into buttered tins
4 of London House, at 4 o'clock. All officers\' and was chaplain of the Baton and bake 30 or 35 minutes at Bradford County Singing lonii-No. 2 Can Lettuce 2 for 15c
a. r + Henry Hull Warner Olll.lldSUN.lION. are urged to be present.. / Rouge American Legion Post for 375 deg. F. Mark into squares Convention meets second Sunday Corn 3 for 25c

MISSION HALL a number of years. He received while hot but let cool in pans, March 8. with the Corinth Baptist Fancy
MARCH 1-2 The service was unusually well the Degree of Doctor of Divinity unless you wish to roll in xxxx Church, northwest of Starke. There Early June No. 2 can Tomatoes 2 Ibs. 15c

l 'Rose of the Rancho'Gladys attended Tuesday evening and all from the University of the South, sugar IWs. will be singing all day and dinneron Peas 2 for 15clona FANCY DELICIOUS

4 .! Swarthout felt well repaid for, besides the Sewanee, Term.. T. T. Long.. the ground. Everyone Is invitedto Apples 4 lbs. 25c:

y a NEWS John AND Boles Bible Study on the subject/ "The These services dare Injtended Jo NOTE: The above recipe was attend._. .... -No. 2 Can 2 for
COMEDY
p .
Four Trees," there was a surpriseIn benefit the entire community, and obtained by the B. H. S. Journal York ,
;{ d TUES.-WED.. MARCH S-4 musis< when Mr. and Mrs. Dan a cordial invitation Is extended to staff for their issue.of the paper The Greek navy is composed of Stringless Beans 15c Apples 6 lbs 25c
all to attend at 7:30 but due to lack,'of it two cruisers, eleven destroyers
', Boree of Jacksonville with their Friday : p. m.St. space was
1 "Widow from
1 } MonteCarlo" Ann Page, No. 2 can 2 for
boats, four
7 I t : talented children, dropped In and Mark's Church.KINGSLEY omitted. torpedo 111// Collards Bnch 5c
rendered some special music. Mr. six submarines, and other craft. Apple Sauce 15c 5c

r I I Dolores Del Rio and Mrs. George Carter also of LAKE CHURCH Carrots

t a narrrn William Jacksonville were Interesting visitors There will be services at Kings- grace distinctive flowerscherry P&G Soap 3 bars lOc Cabbage 2 heads 15c
4' i contributing spiritually ta ley Lake Baptist Church, Sunday,
'' \ 4 TniRS.-FRI., MARCH 5-6 at herschel:
the meeting. March 1, at 11 o'clock. All mem- .
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"Frisco Kid" Next week a treat always look- hers are urged to be present. EVerybody Jacksonville CAMELS. LUCKIKS -
! \\t James Cuynyy-I'at O'Brien ed forward to with much pleasure, is welcome. phone 7-2129 CHESTERFIELDS OLD GOLDS- .
''? f Is in store for all who attend. Mr. Rev. J. J. Johnson, Pastor. smart center pieces unusual corsages CIGARETTES 5 Pkgs. 60c
MIDNITE
t FRIDXY, FEB. 2STH SHOW.II P.M. Geo. F..Tibbltts and party of Park- Jas. L. Silcox, Secretary. flowers for giftsGREEN'S __ u__ _____... ___
of-the-Palms, Fla., and Cornwell = :;;;:
=
. : "WEREWOLF OF on-the-Hudspn/ N. Y., will conduct It PLAIN OR SELF-RISING-ION.\

4'' LONDON" the Tuesday evening meeting anda I. .
cordial invitation Is extended the FLOUR
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}' FRESH' FRESH
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I BUCKWHEAT 2 15c

t .4 : -, t '. t PRINCE ALBERT, Can .._ lOc PEANUT BUTTER, Qt. 22c PHILLIPS Pkgs.

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y ASSORTEDCOLORS JEWEL GROUND DAILY j jII

't' / LARD 4 Lb. Carton SOc PURE'COFFEE lb. 12 /c j TEA Our Own / Ib 19c; Lb.37c

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ASPIRIN Box 3c

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,} ; $6.95NOW SALMON, Pink, Can lOc P & G SOAP 3 bars I3i I SULTANA COCOA! lona Lb. 8c; 2 Lbs.15c ;1

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I BRADFORD COPXTY TELEGRAPH. STAItKK!:, FLORIDA
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Carl Stroman, of Bay Pines and Mrs. J. L, Harvey and daughter, A STRANGE CANDIDATEThere '- -- --
Tallahassee Is the guest of bIB Louanna from New York State,
Uso1 mother Mrs. W. S. Stroman. and who resided here last winter have Is one candidate in the pri-
sister Mrs. mary campaign who we prophecywill TO t .
8. S. Dowling returned to look after their Inter- NOTICE CANDIDATES
get plenty of notice In the '
I ests here Mr. Harvey who accompanied state
press during the next few
Mrs. J. W. White returned Sat- them last year passed months, if for nothing else than AND PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATES
urday from a visit in Tallahasseewith away during the summer. his "unusualness."

IDeal Nevb her son and daughter-in-law, With Florida at present stricken
Although has led
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White. Mr. an
CONCERNING:'OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND as their guests ,Sunday Claude Itls" and scores of political candi- believe that the usual charge for Po-
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Alvarez and A. J, Spencer, of Jacksonville dates publicly endorsing the Townsend -
PROGRESS 'OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN children of Jacksonville, were the Mr. arid Mrs. B. T. Nib- I Old-Age Pension Plan, thereIs litical Announcements throughout the i;

guests Sunday of Mr. Searing's parents lack and daughter. Carateen, Mr. one lone voice raised in opposition State is $ 10, the Telegraph announces 1'
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Searing. and Mrs. J. E. Fugate, Jr., all of I
Alachua. Mr. and Mrs. Fugate the following rate for this class of ad 1
Lester
W.
Jennings, candidate
Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daughter, were accompanied 1 home Mrs.A. .
Gainesville, was Miss Martha Brownlee by for congress from the second district vertising.
lit Greene, of spent Dorothy, of Plant City, were here I. Spencer and daughter Anlce, b
I several of l last has come out against the + s
Tuesday. days week here with the
sitar here I first of the week visiting Mr.. who have been here visiting Mr.
her Mrand plan, stating "I am opposed to the
parents Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. and Mrs. Colley. Political AnnouncementsIf
Brownlee. plan, believing that it will defeat
[r,. and Mr iTd,. Powell ,spent. I Mrs R. O. Kldd. of Richmond, rather than aid In the cause of per Inserted Before April 1 7 CA s
hay In Jacksonville HOW THEY,POPPED manent old-age pensions." JU
THE
Mrs. Jennie Woodley, of Phila- Va., is the guest of her son and (Not more than 50 lines)
delphia, Pa., spent Several days daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. I QUESTION FIFTY YEARS AGOI! With the thousands of people in

rank Carpenter' IIr spending here recently withher aunt, Mrs. O. Kldd, Jr., and Mrs. Emma Ca- I "A Gentleman Asking His Betrothed Florida banding themselves to- Political Announcements ?
Jcral days in Key West. gether in Townsend clubs, vision-
Effle Johns.
to Name the
nova.Mr. I from Collier's Cyclopedia Day"of(taken Commercial Ing $200-a-month handouts from If Inserted After April 1 C (Afl
H Smith, of Hawthorne, waaslneea and Mrs. C. F. Ward are and Social the federal treasury, we doubt the J
i visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Ray went to Clearwater leaving this week for Plant City, i published in 1887)). urges Information her thus:, political wisdom of Mr. Jennings, (Not more than 50 lines) f,
to visit her but
yesterday brother where Mr. Ward will at the same time admire his
resume the "My Own Darling Wife That Is
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. I
courage.
oS E Wilson was a business management of a dry goods store to Be: Let me implore you to name More
tor !to' Jacksonville Tuesday. S. Allbritton. there. the day that will make us one- However, Mr. Jennings Is as or- Ads Running Than 50 Lines Will Be ,;

that day which hi !o bring us together thodox as other candidates in his Charged At Proportionate Rates. r rt
L Mrs. Tolbert H. Black, of Lake Mrs. F. district in his of s ,
and Mrs. L. A/ Davis spent A. Sauls. Mrs. Albert for all time. You blushed putting stamp approval Ai+
[ week-end In Fernandina with City, spent several days this week Keene, Misses Myrtice and Florled last night-wh n' 1:,Orged the ques- on the cross-state canal. He
itlves with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Killingsworth and Miss Louise tion, and put me off with some says he is in favor of "speedy com- DISPLAY ADVERTISING; 25c PEK INCH

.. --_- N, KendrIck. Snyder spent Friday visiting is pretty but pitiful excuse. For once, pletion" of this waterway.--Citrus ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING u,
\it and Mrs. H. C. Ritch spent Jacksonville darling, let me dictate and say County Chronicle

past week-end in Bartow ,vis- Mrs. Frank Carpenter and small Wednesday, won't you, my precious -. --- .--. .. -- I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
daughter, Joan, the Mrs. E. L. Holladay and daughter pet?"-.The
|g relatives. I? spent past Progressive Farmer.LPD. Pygmies In the Hurl forest of
week-end In Brooker with her father of Punta Gorda, are the guestsof Central Africa use arrows poisoned -
r and Mrs. Julian L. Peek: Jr., R. A. Weeks. Mrs. Holladay's brotherinlawand with decayed human flesh to I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Statcsboro, Ga., were visiting I. sister, the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. GENT hunt animals ,

Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Montgomery.The -- --_..
and daughter Frances, of Tallahassee
are 20% on your automobile spent'the past week-end Woman's Christian Temperance COLUMNFOR
ranee. convenient terms too. here with relatives. Union will meet Friday at Matches } 1 E ES
3 p. m. with Mrs. W. P. Smith. A
GROCERY
wn Realty. 1-17-Stp SALEGood trailer. Two TIP TOP siRUP
cordial invitation extended friends BOXCH
--- Mrs. E. H. Smith spent several wheel. Mrs. John Lawrence,
riends of :J. M. Alvarez will be days recently in Jacksonville. She of the cause. Keystone Heights Fla. It lOc
fesed to know that he is Improvafter was accompanied home by her sis C. 11. NASWOUTIIOwner and Operator' 4
Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Gal. SOc
| an Illness. ter, Mrs. Bill Harris. i1
FOR SALE--Fr llh milk with
-- ._- --- Mrs. E. J. Roberts, and Mrs. W. E. cows
111 Torode, of Lawtey, spent Thurs- heifer calf Jerseys and Hol- SALT SPECIALSTHIS j
r and Mrs. Frank Hoover and Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid returned steins. Daddy of calves pure bred OLDSPRUP ,a (
of
day this week visiting at Jack-
and Mrs. C. A. Futch spent Sunday afternoon from Tampa sonville Beach Jersey bull from University- .
day visiting in Gainesville.. where she visited her parents, Mr. Mother of Daddy hAS butter fat 4 Boxes WEEK-END FEB. 28-29
and Mrs. A. C. Durden. record over 400 Ibs. C. Letsch ,
fliss Helen Prather and Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Gray and lOc Gal. 40c ,
children returned from 2-28-2tp ... ' :' :11'
Williams were visiting in. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Sunday : : : "
nesvllle Apalachicola where they attendedthe FOR SALE-Genuine Missionary
Sunday afternoon.
spent the past week-end In Jack- "
BUtler,1 sonville as the guest of Mr. and funeral ot Mrs. Gray's father, Strawberry plants $2.35 per BREAK SUGAR 5 Pounds 23c
lira. R S. Johns, of Lake Mrs. W. M. Wainwright :J. H. Hoffman.Mrs. thousand, F. O. B. Judsonla, Ark. ERNLb. 17c
i here Saturday visiting her pa- Order direct: or place your orders .
Kta, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Green. Mr. and Mrs. L.' C. Ray spent Cora Carpenter, of Newton, with E. B. Wells Lawtey Fla. 'S
N. C., who has been FANCY WHOLE RAIN BLUR ROSK
spending several
last week-end in Fernandina with M. Wood & Son, Judsonla, Ark
lira. A H Johns spent Tuesday their son and daughter-in-law, the weeks here visiting her sis MEAL 10 Pounds 20c
RICE Pounds 22c
[I White sister Springs Mrs. M.as L.the Henderson.guest of Rev. and Mrs. L. Q.' Ray. her ter, home Mrs. J.last H.week.Fields, returned to 4tNEW SEEDS, true to name- 5

Corn, Beans, Potatoes, Chufas
.
1OOI) B-STIUNO, PAINTED IIANDLK )
Mrs. L. E. Moseley' spent last
Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. N. D. Peanuts, and Velvet Beans. Stock

ionsillotomy pital Jra \Bynum In Jacksonville Perkins at St. ,underwent Vincent's her week-end brother at and the sister-in-law State Farm,with Mr. I, ning Wainwright, and Misses, Jr., Beatrice Mrs. J. C.and Man-Lil- and ters Poultry and Fertilizer Remedies.Distributors Cole Plan-, atWhlte's BROOMS Ea. 25c GRITS 10 Pounds 25c ;

Saturday. and Mrs. Volley Manning. 9
( lian Moseley spent Saturday visitIng Store. 2-14-4t

..Ir, and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Johnson I in Jacksonville. FOR SALE-Best 80 acre farmin GOOD LEAN HAMBURGER Pound IZtfc
all daughter, :Jo Ann, moved thisk of Gainesville, spent Sunday here' Bradford County. $050 down,
to Lawtey, where they willIe visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents Misses Ruby Shaw and Dorothy balance easy. Go see this farm
Swanbom, students of Florida -
Mr. and Mrs.A. L. Kahr. I known as H. E. Brown place and '
I State College for Women in Talla- write me. Mrs. Ira Rude, 932 N
fit, and Mrs. Albert DeMacedo Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Rev:I hassee, spent the past week-end W. 70 St., Miami(, Fla CELERY 7Vc RIB STEW Lb. lOc
here with their .
daughter Barbara, of,Philaphla. and Mrs. 'B Montgomery, and parents. 214StpTHIRTY -.,L -t-, .'WI'I'4'fEIIN-Fi\NCY: j h, :/ r 'y,
,
Pa. Mrs. E. O. Allen and Mrs. E. K. Perryman heard an ad- ;
fed Clarke of St. Augustine, dress given by Bishop Samuel R. Mrs. George W. Alderman returned ACRE farm above aver- 1 CHUCK ROAST Lb. 15c "i'; ,>, :'
pe the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hay at the Riverside Park Metho- Friday from Tallahassee, age two miles of transportationfor LETTUCE Lge. 7lNO. /c !. a1
where she two weeks with rent for at dollars, 'I oI 1r.
j D Carter, of Lawtey, Satur- dist Church In Jacksonville, last spent year fifty KANCYKSTKHN 1 ; .
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. good residence and barn, fence in
-Thursday- night. _.. and Mrs. George C. White. fair condition. D. E. Knight. NO. 1 IRISH BRISKET STEW\ Lb. 121/c ; t '\' (;\

NAT SEZ -- 2t
: I Miss Dorothy Sapp will spendthe POTATOES 10 Ibs. 19c : '
week-end in Gaines- "WRITE or see us for SELECTED l.
.
If those fellows who broke into coming .C''LNUYBc'IS.tJTII .
ville, while there she will attenda Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed" EAKS Lb. 22c .:
my store last Saturday dance given by the Alpha Gam- Greenwood Products Co. Peanut 1 SWEETPOTATOES ; : I

night and got all that stuff ma Rho Fraternity, Friday night. Shellers. High Springs, Fla. IIWIU.KSH '
101bs. 15c ;' ''f '
had paid for it I certainly DIESEL: Men wanted who wish PICNIC HAMS Lb. 21c :
H. C. Wall had
Mr. and Mrs. as to enter thi!*+Wtn''of work and
would have had a good day. their guests during the past week- who are willing to train fur service FANCY YOKK IMfKHIL FANCY \VEHTKRN: '. ,:: :
But they didn't and so I had end, at their Kingsley Lake cot- and installation work. Every
is tage, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dutton applicant will be interviewed. APPLES 6 Ibse 25c ALL MEAT ROAST lb 22c I ,
a bad day. There always and Mrs. C. H. Seay, of Nashville, Write immediately, Schoeck Diesel mil a ay

somebody trying to take the Tenn. Training Dlvlslorv Box 1229, Jacksonville ro '

joy out of )life. Have you noticed Miss Annie ,,Mae Pearce will Fla. Is 2tp RAP IN WAX --- WAX PAPER 2 Rolls 15ct ; 1 '!

that spend the coming week-end In REPRESENTATIVES WANTED: I I
Gainesville. Friday night she will To secure copyrighted contracts CHARMER PURE CAN WHITE RIBBON-BEST !
attend a dance given by Kappa Sig- Individual or Family Groups 1 to ,/ : ; .'
WHITE ma Fraternity at the Chapter 80. Every clal 4,paid. Address ) ) \ ,1. \
A BIO VARIETY House. Suite 325 Comeau Building West Of 'I
OXFORDS Coffee
DEPENDABLESHOES Palm Beach, Florida. 2-1431 12k Lard Ib II 1 Ec

B.Mrs.Sapp W.Miss B. Mundy Dorothy, Jr.Sapp, Mrs.Mr.J. DIESEL MALE HELP WANTED !it:, ::1! '

and Mrs. Carl Sapp and children ENGINES-National organization

spent Mrs.Sunday Donia in Moore Gainesville and Mrs.visitIng T.- mechanically will Inclined Interview to start men SPAGHETTI MACARONI ; '
3 L ;
1.98 2.45 2.95 A, Steele. and training Installation Immediately work. for Tools service fur- or Pkgs. 1 lOc ,,; '


Strap Etfccts Mrs. R.,F.Faye Fernandez Louise and and granddaughters Mary- nished.Training Write Division today.,Schoeck care Bradford Diesel TOMATOES No 2 can 6'/c' I CHEESE Lb. 23c ,1I11'H';;!

lfi
NEW MATERIALS Alice Yarborough, spent the past County Telegraph. 2-28-2tp_ I r

WASH FROCKS week-end in, Foley with her son- IMPORTED RUGS-' Must dlapoao

BLISTER SHEER in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. at great sacrifice, well matchedset Octagon Soap or Powders, Pkg. 2Y2C 0(: t. :
Walter .1. Baker. genuine imported rugs oriental "
Octagon Cleanser<< Can 5c"
,f ( J I
14 44 design In perfect condition. i'
\\hltp to a :
-Bluo- Brown attended the
Mrs. A. F. Sauls .
I Will sell entire set for one hun- Octagon' Chips, Package lOc rb i
Also Printed annual convention of the Charls, { ,

Coiporation: which convened in dred; dollars.7x10-:...7x5,1x5 Sizes; :approximate9x12 and 10 ft.. Octagon Toilet Soap, Bar. Sc ,:. uwpLExioiNlBRUSH > : 'f ;

49cYd.LACE ,Jacksonville, Monday. She was hall runner.'. -- !
of Mrs. L. C. DeBose I
the guest age. Write "Rugs" Bradford t ti '1"I

during her visit there. County Telegraph I l'IIIIfEU'UI''ItEA1: IO '
(at ottysAND .i' ::1

CLOTH Mr and Mrs. Jeff Johns had as ltp .. I CHEESE 2 For ...-.-_._ lSc : ,!J, 3
3
Priced their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. PUBLIC AI'CTION MALE I MIRACLE WHIP BANDS FROMSALAD 'I j ': t,. t

Aqua l\larll1Plnk At F. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson 201 Young Mule & Harness DRESSING, 8-oz. _-. 14c'l :7' PALMOLIVE f 'ff '
And Yellow7Sc of Jacksonville and Mr. and riled by United State. Government MIRACLE WHIPSALAD .:. ''u
Mrs Frank Webb and Miss May- 10:00: A. M., dwday, March 4, 'I t 'I
Yd. dell Webb, of Hawthorne.Mrs. |1936 Camp No. I,9 1'11I.-11 Southof DRESSING, 16-oz. 23c ,, = SOAP ,;'. '; .,
98c Ocala, Flu. KIt/lKT-KITCHEN FKK.HII! _a- !' I ,!> '

J. O. Godwin of the State We will sell at auction 201 mules 8-oz. 17c t" 3, for 15cMAYONNAISE ,'W:.1 ':. '

PRINTED' cri.KS' Farm. Mrs. V. R. Reddish Mrs. and harness used' by United States KU\t'T-KITC'UEN FKKHII... ,, I;: ;' ,
And I Hal Edwards, and" lira. V I. i Tu-: Government on At ni-if' ship! M. ,"c""r" 7r' .'. 5 29'1'; :J '
rode, of Lawtey, spent HUH Friday Canal project, ncartiug-. lo.uO A. i J, ", .
Beautiful Pattern with Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Wednesday, March 4. 1936. at n'(..1f r i 1

79cYd.I $1.98 at her Kingsley Lake cottage. the mule barns Camp No. 1 on SILVER KING-SELF-ILISiNC ,6-LUS. 12-LIIS.; 21-L B S \, ''j" ,
Orange Road (Paved). 9 miles '';' H
Miss Mary Brownlee spent the south of Ocala, Florida. Terms:
past week in DeLand with her uncle ,CASH. These are sound, seasoned, ,
LL SHEETINGOur and aunt, Col. and Mrs. J. E. young mules thoroughly acclimated FLOUR 22c 39c 75c : :
Futch. She will be accompaniedhome and ready for work. Harness iif;
by Col. and Mrs., Fut h, who used S months and In excellent :
Special PricelOc will spend the coming week-end condition. Mules'will' be>sold' separately .,
Eyelet Shantung here. or In pairs, with or with- I .
1 Yd. Sernuckers Prints out harness. This la a rare oppor- BEST \VHITK' IYOILJNO '1: \ ;,
Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendozawere tunity to purchase a better mule at )
BACON Pound 17c BACON ,
IT PAYS BUY AT guests Sunday of her parents a cheaper price than can possiblybe Pound 12c j t :
TO Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. obtained otherwise. If In need
They were accompanied back to of one or more mules or good bar. '. !
STERNBERG'S their home in Jacksonville by Miss nets', bo sure to attend this sale. ,FANCY GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c 1
Gloria Johns, who spent the past PIES! A SONSBirmingham
week her.. "* ; ALw I \ ,I

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PR1DAY FEBRtUHv' .
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''i'l'' ': : 1 -...-- -- CARD OF THANKS us and for the" floral ,
J -1'
)
Ip -
ii: m.... I I Teachers PraiseYearRound We wish to express our heart- during >r i rlngl",
our recent .
ber, ,.
: :61I" SalaryThe felt thanks to our many friends for also wish to "Dletlt.,

1 ( .,: 1.,1.'.t I ILi I all o' tht kind sympathies shown to Dr. W B Parka extend f, ', Kfatil'. :,
? lb.
Bradford County Teachers It LIVE STATE NEWS which be rendered. .
l. : FARMERS SECTION 'VOTICK!
t. Association in session at the Mrs. Jessi.Johnnie ,- :
t t Notice I. hereby given that by l.tll, al4
here last Friday !!
school building virtue of execution iHsued out of the S J
I HllI
_
Demonstration Aeents afternoon, passed the following News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Circuit Court of Union County, FlorIdA en
Conducted by pursuant to final judgment rendered .- .
resolution asking for a continu- i A In said Court on the 11th day -

\ J; 'kIt ance of the twelve-month pan! of of June, A. D. 1935, recorded In Record Oranges were mtt' |tur" '
1., r-ri I' ? Book I at page 821 of laid Florida by the 11:

\ \ .!" '! ';:' ii -, -- br t- _ I III paying teachers'follows:: salaries, The resolution '- A.Court D, and 1830.on recorded the 13th day In of ForeignJudgment June, Navarez in 1528: Span.ar.i and bv lJe led

\\'fj'' Hook 8, page 103 and 104 1S39. tlt
: I Whereas the Bradford County LEWIS! TO MAKE RACE TRAMPLED BY BULL of the public records ot BradfordCounty

: 'j :J:: e RURAL I Hints To Housewives school teachers have been paid on MARIANNA-Amos E. Lewis of FORT MYERS-Joe Blackstone,: General. Florida Motors, for Acceptance the recovery Corporation by- -.

the basis of the calendar year durIng Marlanna, former judge of the high-ranking horseman from Texas against Mike Klonden. H. Skidding is said I to,, i hon .
dtDlIIliI
-
: COMMON SENSE the school term, and Austin, and U K. Hosier of the um cast-Iron
past fourteenth circuit court, baa announced is fighting for his life in a hospital pavement
I Home Demonstration of .121(83, together with costs, the walra
c j U'oekly from Whereas this plan has facilitatedthe he would be a candidatefor here after being trampled bya undersigned sheriff of Bradford now being used expe, II.

I L By SI'VDSJOITNSON I Specialist". Tallahassee financing of teachers' salariesby governor la the Democratic bull at the Southwest Florida County, Florida has levied said execution some British cities lJIenlilJ't
: Upon the following described -
) ; the Board of Public! Instructionfor primaries this year. He said he Fair. More than 1,000 persons personal property, to-wit: --
-
I .r COOPERATION' IS! OF TOILET PREPARATIONS I this county,, and would make a formal announce- watched the rodeo! last night saw One 19.11 Sport Coupe, Model #

M MAJOR IMPORTANCE IN Of interest to rural women of Whereas this plan has made it ment of his campaign platform )later the Westerner attempt to throw No.HCA18.1479 Motor; No. 3402S70, Serial Medicatedwith

.; t 1 4 J'' !i IMPROVEMENT OF FARMS! : Florida should be the following di- compulsory on the teachers to rearrange the big animal. It broke away and I and will on the Rule Day in March,

$ -- toilet + turned on him, breaking his neck.CANAL to-wlf: March 2nd, A. D. 1936 between ingredient
,' j : rections for making preparations their own finances so as -- --- the legal hours of Bale before of

I I:''i Speaking before the agronomy at home. to effect a saving of thirtythreeand UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENTGAINESVILLEThe the front door of the 'ounty Court Vicks VapoRub

't, f section of the Asaoclatlon of I Hand Lotion one-third per cent in their sal- Universityof PROGRESSES (0'101'1,11ortor House of Bradford said County propeRty In for Starke ule, I

rl% Southern Agricultural Workers recently Use: '. oz. gum tragacanth aries, collectable during the sum- Florida Is within twenty-two OCALA-The Atlantic-Gulf ship at public outcry, ,and will sell the

g I .:II: Dr. O C. Bryan of the University (about 3% tablespoons), 3 oz. Bay mer when schools are in recess or students of a regular term enroll- canal acrots Florida, subject ot same bidden to the for highest cash and to satisfy best bidderor said

\11 t .' 111(: of Florida College of Agriculture -I rum ((6 tablespoons), 2 oz glycerine at the end of the fiscal year, and ment of 3000. for an all-time high. some controversy in congress, is a execution. -
.' 4 brought out some pertinent rain Whereas this plan makes it possible Officials In liven under my hand In the Cityof
,1 'r ((4 table&poons), 1 quart the office of the reg- busy place that has progressed so Staike, Bradford County, Florida, -
1 ". ; 'ft. points on the improvement of agriculture water, and 10 drops oil of lavenderif for the average taxpayer to istrar this morning made available that today a seven-story building thin 3 day of February, A. D. 1936
I :, In the South. desired realize the teachers are receiving the i W. J EPPKRSON,
'i, 'Ift.l ( ) year's complete student regis- could be hidden in parts of it. The Sheriff, Bradford County.

: ; With full cooperation from the Soak the gum In the cold water ,very low wages when they are tration total-2,978, an Increase of :I deep cuts In the canal.route are 2-7-41-2-28

,i g. ;! farmer, scientific agricultural research for a day and night, stirring occa- spread over the calendar year, in approximately five per cent over along a twelve-mile front in the I
\ 't do much for improving return for of study and l\- Till flltri'IT ('OI'IIT IV A"I
l men can sionally. Strain through a cheese- years prep- last year. southwestern part of Marion Coun-- FOIl IUIAIFifll9oIrx'ry,

I J ; Southern agriculture by cloth.; Mix all the other Ingredl-I aration for the profession, and ty and in two shorter sections near Kl.OIIUIn. IN' (1i..CEI1Y.

1 :"itl;' stressing these pclnts In their ents together and pour Whereas the Board of Public In- FACES DEFICITTALLAHASSEEThe Ocala and Satsuma. IDA 1'lalMtiff TIRKKN ))

\ t'' work. Aa they apply to Florida to the dissolved gum tragacanth. struction Is thus able to pass this v. ) Divorce

) I !''' /: and as greater cooperation from This makes a quart of lotion and information on to the constituentsof tentative LEO MORTON GREEN )
budget of the State Road Depart- AAA STILL PAYING Defendant )
; .; .\ ,, the farmer may be effected costa about 45 cents. This lotion the various members. I 01l1)1C It OF KRIIVU:
( .i' ment for 1933 showed a possibility JACKSONVILLE! Florida far- '
; through explanation of thesepoints I 1\00'1'1( K "0 APPRttt
may be poured Into screw top betties Therefore be it resolved that we of $2,500,000 deficit if all will THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO
; ti Hated follows a requirements mers remember the now invalid :
'; they are as : I and is enough for the family'suse the members of the Bradford met. The lira Morton Green, residence un-
are depart- agricultural adjustment act and
I 'I'J... First: All second and third class during the entire year. County Teachers' Association In known: I'M SOLD
\ ment estimated its revenues for the subsidiary laws by the $4,030,839 It appearing by affidavit. annexed
farm lands should be retired from '
f'I .j I" ''l regular meeting assembled, do go year at $8,247,640 and its requirements I tombstone erected over it. Records to the Hill of Complaint. filed\ In the
l, cultivated crops and should be on record as favoring a continu- at above-entitled cause that Leo Mor-
Tooth Powder 10747840. In 1935 the
show that much has been
:' ,;!. l planted in forage, pastures, or for Use: 2 teaspoons table salt, 2 ance of this plan, and budget carried a deficit of $1,650- paid them since the act was declared named ton Green, Is a, non-reMldent the defendant of the therein State It always tfjnrie. .
ests. .
r,'. J of !o'lorlllth"t MM residence IM unknown -
N soda 2 Be it further resolved that we 000.
teaspoons baking teaspoons unconstitutional by the Supreme -
( ,i < ,:. ..Ir Second: All soils should be covered precipitated chalk, and 4 drops of extend a vote of confidence and Court. All of it was for con- 21 yearn,. that and that he la there over In.the no age one of In Just doctors do what hospitals do sndtl,

\ with some crop, grass, or brIt the State of Florida whom I Insist on. Use a liquid l
I oil of wintergreen. I thanks for the Superintendent and REPUBLICANS TO MEET tracts made prior to the ruling. Dr. upon la...
>- .Summon In Chancery would bind livet and you can
bring
cat and erosion should be checked yourself
I Mix the first three ingredients members cf the Board for their WINTER HAVEN Allen E. Wilmon Newell of the State agri- this defendant, cloclUiMe regularity without
: ] Ifl by terracing and soil management. It IM htr5 ,
successful efforts in the thereupon ordered that the
J and then add the wintergreen drop financing Walker, chairman of the Republican cultural extension service, said aald defendant, Leo Morton W effect.A .
Ureen,
Third Judicious of fertilizer
1l : use ,
i, by drop. The cost of this powder I schrols:: !: for the present year, and state executive committee, has about $448,578 was yet to be paid. be and he I In hereby required to appear liquid can always be Ukta,
t : icii planting of cover crops, application Bo It further resolved that to the Bill I of Complaint filed gradually reduced dosea.
Is about 2 cents. The flavor in- a called a meeting of the group at Bt/tuat/
iIi of lime, and careful selection of In Bald cause on or before the 2nd dotage ;u the Secret
A, 1 creases the cost but adds to the attractiveness espy, of these resolutions be sup- Orlando February 27. He said the AL HOUSE RESENTENCED day of March A, D 1136, at the of anl/IIIII/ J

\ crop land are requisites to IncreasIng of the powder, especially plied to the Bradford County Tele- committee would make fora ""TAMPA Al Courthouse In Starke, Florida, otherwise from conttipaticn.
plans House
J : W per acre production. Tampa payroll the allegations of Maid Bill Ask a doctor about this. Ask v-
when used by children. The grcph for publication. state convention in April and for bandit, once sentenced to seventy of Complaint will be taken an con druggist how very popular Dr. &J

1 Fourth: An extensive system of salt makes the gums firm and the J. H. Benson. Chairman participation In June state primar years in state's prison, was : fessed by said defendant.It well'a Syrup Pepsin has become|II|
; \ i crop and soil Improvement that soda neutralizes mouth acids. IH. further ordered that said or. Rives the right kind of
C M Howard ies. Delegates at. large to the Republican brought back here yesterday to be der I be published once a week for help, and&
'w tg ahould reach farmer in the
every L. M. Sponholtz. national convention in resentenced under a supreme court four consecutive week In the Bradford amount of help. Taking little].,
South should be established. I County Telegraph, H weekly each tune, gives the bowels a cha
Cleveland *
will be named
at the order
which found a flaw In his
Solution ---- published
: Shampoo newspaper In said county to act of their own accord, until
Fifth Efforts should be made to thi
; April state convention, he and State, prior to March 2, 1936 !
Take: 2 oz. neutral soap, 1 quart explained. original commitment, and heard are moving regularly and
1 1IH educate the farmer and the student Seeks New Fund Witness my hand and the seal of thorouilh!
water, and 8 drops oil of lavender. Judge W. Raleigh Petteway cut the Court at Starke, Florida thin without any help at all.
iN&W tw on the fundamental Import- Shave the soap, add the water To Fight Pest ten years from the time he must let day of February A. P. 1936. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ue
Jt1t ance of Roil improvement, crop Improvement (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) tales senna and cascara-.both
and heat until the soap Is dissolved. SEVEN PAY FEE serve from now on. House drew a naltui
soil conservation andDo A. J THOMAS, laxatives that form habit.
no The.
: Oil of lavender or oil of lemon JACKSONVILLE-Seven of the sixty year sentence, which, taking Clerk of Circuit Court. lion is gentle but
sure.it
verbena may be added for fragrance Congressman Lex Green with thirteen announced candidates for into account the eleven years he T FRANK LANDRUM, sluggishness will relit,
any or bilious
cooditw
I This makes about one quart, other members from states of the the Democratic nomination for I has already served, will keep him Attorney 2-7-41-2-28 for Plaintiff. doe to constipation without Dpae t,

and costs perhaps 1 cent. It can Southeast appeared before the DI- Governor of Florida qualified with in confinement until his eighty-

t }LiT 111i I be stored In a bottle or quart jar rector of the Budget In Washington the State Party Executive Committee ninth birthday.
BOREE FUNERAL
and stored until the hair is sham recently In an effort to obtain by paying the $150 fee durIng HOME
the approval of the Director of an I
pooed. the committee's meeting1 here. A mining In Chile is said Full line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
i 4 ; 'r ; appropriation of $460.000 to be Those camp AMBULANCE
you lufftr burning, ICenty or gubernatorial candidates to be the highest habitation in the SERVICE
3 'frequent uiinitlonbackache.. used this year In the screw worm listed by the committee as qualify DAY AND NIGHT

c 'i .Headache, dlnlnm, lose of energy economical production of crops. control: program. Green, who was ing with it during its meeting were world. It lies 18,480 feet above 53 PHONE 53
1k ft : log end Cooperation between the worker sea level.
; $ pain swellings pufRnnaunder author of legislation last session L. Grady Burton of Wauchula
r the eyes? Ar. you llrid, n.rvout and the farmer should be effected, which appropriated $480,000 for O. II. BENNETT Mgr.
Stafford
-f..l all and don't Caldwell of Miami, Dan VA HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"For
l unstrung for the extent of Improvement TRAIN
agricultural the said that it SCHEDULEOur
was
f. purpose very
nwt bow what I It wrong? Chappell of Miami, W. C. Hodgesof

&4 ll1W Then give tome thought to depends on the degreeof apparent that a fund of $460,000 Tallahassee, B. F Paty of West I

? i 111! lildncyi. B. iur they 'function proper your this cooperation.. would be appropriated In the very Palm Beach, W. Raleigh Pettewayof i schedule changes Sunday, ,

t 'I i 'ly for functional kidney diiorder permit near future to carry on this work, Tampa,and Peter Tomasello of January 5 and trains will run as

lb .csis wart to iUy In the blood STOP GETTING IIP NIGHTS the ensuing year. He said that it Orlando. follows::

I end to polfon and upset the whole was obvious that the sentiment in I SounthboundNo Expert RepairingSmith's

T &4 ,)'It."". ...\X T1IHJ IIL.AUDRRIf the House of Representatives was Hpr"hy"l.l'. ,: :-F;: :\LH I-Due Starke 11:31: P. M

Use Dora'* PUlL Doe,,'.ar.for the ami exremi It fall aolils tn flu which_ out caima Impurities the Ir- sufficient to pass the appropriation W. J. ICppemon otk an Sheriff given of that Urail-T, No. 15-Due Starke 4:28: P. M..

tc I lcldn yi only. They are r'meMed regularity that waken you up. Get but that Budgetary approvalwas fold County, Ktute of Florida, by No. 107-Due Starke 9:11: A. M.
I/, he world over. You can get. the "en- btichu, juniper oil In 11bh..ldpr desired. virtue of that certaIn writ of execution No. 191-Due Starke 10 23 P. M.
,; t nine. tim-...l.d. Dcan'a at any drug croon tuhlvta heJtOiju t.., the Issued out of and under the : I
hand and Heal of the NorthboundNo. GaragePhone
t 1 h Moss. laxative. Works on the Clerk of the
' i bladder. nlmllar to cantor' oil on the circuit Court for Bradford County: 2-Due Starke 5:05 A. 3.f,

; ::4 buwela.. I'ooily acting bladder can Florida, and dated Nov. lIth.: A. 6.
' cause scanty flow frequent denlre Getting Hp Nights 1931 nn that certAin Judgment dated No. 16-Due Starke 12:10: P. M.
:
: ) buinliifc or backache. In four day Nov.Bank llth A n. 1931. In favor of the No. 108-Due Starke 5:19: P. M. 120
If not plenapd. any clruRBrlat will refund of Slmke. a corporation, andaaulnxt
..
1* _ your 2Su. Mitchell'. Drug If. =I --r- 'rC H B Krrce and H. ,"'. Crews, Starke and Wannee Branch
F1 fe ''M _ Store.s -- have levied upon and will sell to the No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.
c _ _ highest anil lest bidder for Wrecker Service
.... __ It .., each Day Night
s No. 102 or
-Arrives
, ; __ aw-- cliirlna the IfKnl hour of Male on Starke 1:50: P.M.
_ toy Ilk* Pnm'_ a_* ...- Monday the 2nd day. fS T. J. GRIFFIN.
Cy UX (__). ::b_ : 1>. 1RJ8. In front of the :Vi.hdDrof
-. 41 -----Jr ... the courthouse' In City of Htarke,
.... BMMT kMku -tee4 I llradfuid County, Florida. the following -
.mi* a. tt4oM> at lands property of said
H. C. :Crews nh'yl' : and being :In:

said Hiadford County Florid, to-
wit-: SK' of 8WV4 of NWVi 'and NW'4'
of SWQ' of Wmtlon I is. In Township:
6 South, flange 20 Kant
FindOut W. J KPPRKBON.:

One gallon Sheriff Klorldu.. ot Bradford County,

I' could lift a 1-11 I-Gt-2-28

!NI! >tI: tl >! %"'!'RII'N a 11.1.3 o _
three-ton Notice la hereby given that under
anil by virtue of that certain final
Mastodon decree of eclrmtire and dale. entered -
l by" Honorable A. Z. Adkfnii aM
3" miles Judge of the Circuit Court In and for
IIrlulrord, County (Florida In Chance -
From Your DoctorIf I )', In that nertnln cause pending
In mild Court wherein K I.. Batten .,
I In plaintiff. and I dun Fountain, IB de .
the "Pain" RemedyYou fendant Cane No. !la9! the undersigned .
(Hperlal Master by said decree ap the: Scenic .
Take Is Safe.Don't pointed. will .Hell aw by sid decree ;
dlletted to the highest bidder for .
1> I I I I
,
. : R each In front of the South door of -
the Cuuntv Cikiirthoune. In tftarke, Jill .1
& \ 4H :_
Itradford County) Florida during the
legal hours of Male on Monday, .1 Beauty liii
Entrust Your March 2nd. 19:Id, the following d.'rllp,1 ..- .
.ti ", chattels, to-wlt: j
4 Own or Yow Family's One red mare mule about eight

Well Being to Unknown named years ohl.AdaAIHII weighing 1400 pounds urn ':

H1 One one-home. wagon I ,.
Preparations Also all farming. ImplementM, n\\n- ,
I :# ed by the defendant lux Fountain .
.5 ..
r ; )) Alan| Two Jersey Cows, One marked till j

J BEFORE you take any nmooth t ml) uppnr bit In one ear. ,.
: j you don't know all prepara about. ear Hwollow, not branded folk under, bit In other ., I I I I [
the
: other
cow not
.Iit (for the relief of headaches: or tht markfd nor branded hut IM the cow .
Lci I pains of rheumatism neuritis orneuralalab bought from Dr W. B Parka. r
ask your doctor what ht Together with nit Increase of said
out it In cattle from anil nine. July I llth, 19.H _
72&I comparison K: K. PKHflYMAN
with Genuine
Bayer Aspirin. Ax !Special MiiMer

A We ay this because. before the KNill.\ttorneya' ( liT It for KNlflHT Plaintiff. -
I
'
discovery of Bayer Aspirin. moat 2-28-lt
u, Ik to-culled "palo" remedies were ad-
t vued against 1":1111"11 stI.e]
by physicians*
as beiog
: : H"rphy nntlrfl( In given that
( I,
t : bad for the stomach; or, often for W .1. KpT: >-mnn. an Sheriff of Brad
the heart. And the discovery of ford County, (< Bayer Aspirin largely changed virtue of thnt i*.rtnln writ of execu
r'Lr' medical practice.CountIes lion IfuMied, 1 nndr, the hand and seal
Fri of the Clerk of the Clnnlt fnnrt nf
thousand of ftradroid fnnntv, Florida, and, hoartna -
$ .-*,. *hataken. people dnr. of the 13th. duv of Uerom C
; i
Bayer linn .. Florida
year h-'r A, [) 1914 on "eu" '- Motor Lines buses! travel
in and out without .
tu oiled, have jndffm nt of even date \v'th '

proved that the medical and of ri-roid' In the publl :lorida's Main
w about its safety war correct.findings ,>f said Brailfonl. fnnnty, Plorldn records In i.-.lcaa-.1.; iii IIh Str.....,.... and Highways
(
I EXTRA ULIFT"HCroad for fitvnr of M. A. Smith AM T.l'iuiIatnr| ... .- .. H....are T'7'' actually SEEN iron the window el Florid* M "'*
Remember this) Genuine Bayer Bradford Poiinty Hank, a cor : > "'.. '. .. Lin.. \
"
Aspirin is rated The poration, and aa-atnnt J.V.. Edwards : :; }oJ !'Io'' <. :: -'">: I new' ultra'mod.na streamlined b...... BUM .....1 lo"9 <*
it i ILl methods lid discovered among lot the Jailed .. tll. I have levied upon and will {!, : abore. through c.nlo or..,. grow and woodlands and doM "" 11>1
relief at the Eolith door of the court : < I main stissis and boul.' ,..... "I b'"
Onlr
of headaches the "
and all house In City states priadpal cM.
II' of
; tests 15 common pains Rrnrke, Bradford .
U % .11
: prove and toft for the average person County Florida, on1"n.llI; ,. the 2nd I -..._ M. you "'.UT See "d .aJo' T aU FIorId..0110 be.uty. T'':
to take lay of March A I). 19IH: during d-parhu.. d.p.nUbI. of .w
schedules choIce
and
i ( t1 : to 20% more smooth regularly. the legal 1 hiinm of sale .to the highHat "'u,.. make ihl the most .nJoT.bl. you
power You can get real Bayer and beet*t bidder, for cain the r-- -, way to t traveL
__
Aspirin .
I; '. ana drug itore at rollDw tug dnHcrlliflk lands of the COMPLETE CIRCLE TOUR OF FLORIDA. . .$1 135
limply
: L Ak the Sine I.I, Delller f w.di =::':" asking for it by the name "ajoirin"BAVBB by never! Ft'r1d'properly. :," of being said In J. W.r d IMwnrda, and _ \CKSONVILLE- 80o' ST. PETEKSBL'KOUNION ifJ.,))5

j alone, but alwan eaytq ., to-wit I '*\VV, of dl'1\'V'l4nt:1
ASPIRIN when NK'i' of faction' 1C. Township :
yen bQ7. South. Range, It Kant; 01 BUS STATION
Also HU
,.' Ag.,., Sinclair Refining Company) (Inc.) fI":" of HWV, of Mectlon 3. Town.| '.
it FOR sINCLAIR PHOIJUCTS Bayer Aspirin whip T Houth. Range 22 la.t. SIUS. E. II. SMITH Agent

i y PHONE 158. a N'1\% Vi of of 51.3'NFH, : of NtV4.Heel! Ion and 10, Town-AJMol _ Phone UO-W Opposite CourtORIDAMOTORnE 11....

J. H. ehlp 7 south! Kane-it 13 Kant.
WAINWRIGHT, Agt. I \V.' J. KPPRRSON: : -

I ( r STARKE FLORIDA Sheriff "' Bradford County, ; ; [
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PAGE SEVEN1 '
1936 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGUAPII, 8TARKE FLORIDA

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] moment. beach where his vaa, his canoe But, as the Typee hunter pulled
had nott lr' arod to approach He bat tense for a
;!: CHURCH DnuEcroBTLast = TilE spear too closely. It was a groop of old Then suddenly, with the swift was moored Ho placed the spear' his prize into the tiny craft, the 4j

BAPTIST CHURCH LAST 01 warriors their dark parched skin graceful swook of R hawk he conveniently in the bow and fastened ,beast inched out with a new frenzy -
Male fell It with the
to the tapa rope upon
and it securely
with tatu-tas his .
prIce, P""t0r emblazoned ,hideous caught up purao spear
Fuev. C B- 10 o'clock a. m.. I Irhom" tattooing that met her gaze. In- swung it high above his head In which he coiled with nice precision fury of a madman lie pulled his

oday ,'ft001 supt. I .6A sttnctly. she recoiled from them. u slow, measured, tempo, he writhed m the bottom of the boat Tuggingstraining. knife from his maro nM he wrestled
-, the vessel with the monster. The dagger
g Worship 11 a. m. 7- '3 she had recbiU I from Taro u in the first movements of thel:1n'e. he pulled and the swordfish ,
it found its mark
launched on
*,rOln!! before. | : Conquering power was thew. across the dry wind,
p r. U:45! p. m. JONES fromIt'rat\! J} short time iiior'a boasting theme In the an incoming wave, vaulted over the was still.
REID
7:30 m. dabeed4 CHAUIS \
v suing Worship, p. 'I I[ Rehua, the mother placed ai I takl. nnd the power of each 81(',', and headed out to sea Late in tho afternoon. when o

.sT Teachers Meeting, Wednes- the Mcirq &(lYn M yw MTUMUlUo sheltering draw Around the girl'sshoulder j reru supple muscle of Mala's glorious For an hour, his powerful measured Main, at last. dragged his heavy 4 .

,' ? I ii:' D m.UK. service. Wed- and Lilleo smiled her I body was revealed In his Blow gyrations "trokellchurnl"d up foamy eddies prize before the door of his fare, '

wek Prayer and n group of Pol- he boasted of his own prowess as gratitude. \ The tempo of I the dance in his wake as (the graceful bill disappointment knew no bounds pwhen

a\' io p m.Methodist. nealan maiden are surprised at a hunter and a warrior, but Lllleo "Enter, my daughter," Rehua In J Increased He lept high; above the ship rode high on the rolling sea. his mother told him that Lil

their! morning hath by Taro and feigned sleep vited. "Mala's ,mother makes you ground then stood poised like a Male dropped his paddle at last leo had gone. Determined to show

Church Pastor hut' T.>|x.e warriors. Some of "Mala1! Mala!" The shrill excitedcry welcome." huge bird. his spear poised above and went forward to pick up the her this mute evidence of his hunt-

\ B M. Montgomery., tho girls, escape and speed| hack came front a small boy on the Lilleo looked uncertainly from his head. Three quick, running spear. He was ready for the hunt. Ing prowess, he caught'\ up the 4

lua.Jav.! School-10 a m.Lrmng to the village of Tofon to sound beach. I Rehua to Mala. She feared the steps brought! him close to Lllleo's Then. in a flash of dazzling tape rope again, planning to dragr -

Worship U a. m. tho alarm. Lilleo lit ruptured ugly warriors who ogled her from side, and the fascinated vahtno speed he hurled the harpoon Into his prize to her. ,
t
called ebGY's
m. "Time! Time! Mala
7:15:
pwolth League- p. by Main. When the Tofoan tho near distance. and she dared watched him with breathless excitement I lha sea. As it reached l its mirk, n "Where *" he demanded, ,
Ivonlng Worship 7:30 p. m. In" name in reply. remain among them without giant swordfish lept clear of the him, With
Warriors rally to repel the not With an ear-splitting "With Time she told :
Lu in" invited to all these serv- vuderft, Mala I... cut off from en- Lilleo could no longer concealher I Mala's protection. On the other I' yell he bounced high Into the air water, its tall slashing about in a I a wave of the hand she indicated t

curiosity, and, as she sat up according to the custom of out in mad! fury. The frenzied: beast the
cape, and the Typee raider -in- hand, again and his spear struck a grove of palm trees on frlngo
Church bark without him. The search, and peered towards the beach, she her own people the Tofus, to enter a lunge of death. As his war-cry struggled momentarily at the surface -I of the jungle.

lv pre)terun H. Lowry, Minister for( Lilleo continues" but Main saw the youngster fleeing to the the home of a warrior's mother I rose to a shriller note, he plungedthe then plunged headlong for He started to drag his sword-
George village to spread the glad news of acknowledge him as her \ the depths of the ocean.
to Into the ground very .
-Sabbath SchooL hiding behind a screen of water was spear deep fish behind him, thought better of -
Io'00 a m M- -Morning Worship; under a cataract, manages( to Mala's return.Fishermen tane, her husband and Lilleo was straight through the heart of his Mala'a strong hands protected by It. and ran towards the grove. 4 .

1 I 00 by A the pastor. evade the twwrrhriii. Then, us dropped their (tapa) not yet ready to submit to her cap Imaginary enemy Then, glowering the tnpu of his loin-cloth. fed out the Mala stopped abruptly as a cocoanut ;

:a on Young Peoples Ves3er darkness fall on the Island, nets to be repaired another day; tor. at his fallen foe he withdrew his line sparingly fighting fell at hilt feet. lie swore l

00 p. m Mala! steal a Tofoun canoe, warriors put aside their (mann ) Again Rehua/s intuition stood his spear and held it once more monster every Inch of the way above him

,ice Evening Worship. oiid he and his unwilling rapthe spears to be sharpened later; her in good stead for womanlikeshe I high above his head In his pose oflctcry The swordfish sought the surface and angrily tho at a chattered monkey back In reply '.$
m ape
jO p of of this va-
; : theIsland forsook their games knew the workings -
; wet snll for NukithlMi, youngsters As Mala started forward ;
RoHCUoad napti: Church of the Typern.CIIAPTEK' javelin-throwing and archery; and hlne's mind. another cocoanut dropped .
,
Pastor their household "Mala will go away," she assured again '
"v. I. O. Hemingway women suspended F1- Confused and hurt heavily in his path Thoroughlyaroused & : .
Bible their chief led the
ervlces every Sunday. 111 tasks. Taro, her. he retrived the missile and 'l' ;

, dy 10.15: a. m. Services at 3:30: way, as the whole village surged "Aita!" MaUi objected. "Mala : r i Main Iooki at LiUco hurled It, at the playful grinning '
\ -
"
Mali back to the beach to welcome Mala will not go! quetutousty
liock in afternoon.BAPTIST Throughout the night monkey. The ape ducked the co ,
tirelessly. The bright The crowd lined the shore, as "Mala will go away, Rehua repeated ( '
another
paddled on coanut. swung agilely to
IETJlEL CHURCH Mala beached the canoe. Jumping ; and 1'.fala. wisely bowed :
stars of the heavens, mata reva limb and. waited! for Mala's next
llev L. ct. Donnley. Pastor guided him straightly over the .Into the shallow water, he caught I deferentially. I

-Services every first Sunday. waters toward his goal. Lll- Lilleo In his arms and swung her Still, Lilleo was undecided She move '
dark
fcunduy School 2:30: p. m leo slept. Exhausted from the onto the dry, white sand. The villagers wanted to trust him, but she fear Lilleo perched high in a near-by .

Ible Study and Prayer Services events of the day before stepped back to clear a path ed trickery, for Mala had tricked tree was enjoying the fun. Time

Irry Saturday night. wearying until the brightsun for them. and as Mala led Lilleo her many times before. Then, suddenly close to her on a higher limb
slumbered on
she ,
the her mind was made up, for chuckled quietly to himself. As) .
of a new day crept slowly out through the double file, Typees ,. '
First ChHsllun Church in the !! of welcome to she saw Taro stalking towards Mala came nearer Lilleo dropped
Awaking, refreshed joined song .
of the blue sea. ; behind him. .ij
Kev \V. T. McGuire Pastor after her long sleep, Lilleo stared the vahlne who was to become one them through the crowd, And Lil II a cocoanut directly '

ffiible School 10 a. m. in confusion at the sky above of them. leo knew Taro was coming for her. Male started forward again. '

commiinlon, 11 a. m. the friendly, Taio stood at the enl of the Without a word! she turned and Time signalled Lilleo that It was :.

Christian) Endeavor 7 p. m. her. Then face, spying or Mala she turnedon line. Main raised his right hand fled into the house! Rehua turned 'I his turn, and she, nodded. for him I Ito

'rayel meeting Wednesday 7:30:: smiling him savagely. high before him in salute. Taro and followed. A curtain of white iln''p lilt. cocoanut. But, Time. ,

I He grasped ) cloth dropped over the I his with a savage -
m "Atae hoi!" she demanded an- Ignored the greeting. (tapa playing game
LTreachlng Second Sunday 11 a. taking Ltl- Lilleo by the wrist and spun her doorway. abandon of u I'hllol.I hurled his mls

and K p m. grily." "Where are you around, facing him. The girl recoiled Mala took his' position before (he mile true I to the mark It crashed it .

leo? held her his back to the doorway. His I Mala'a head, and ho l,
he told her. In terror, but Taro hut heavily on

I I"t.I"rltll" :: Episcopal Church Then"To, smiling my island, he added, "Now, you fast Mala intervened angrily. I paddle-spear In his right hand, he \ sank to the ground with an agonIzed f

second, fourth and "Already, three women sit in waited' to meet his chief groan I 1 1A
|&;'rvcton
arc Mala's woman. .________---m LI 1 lea
"This -- of alarm from
Jth Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. !" Lilleo was defiant. Taro's house, he challenged. I cry '
LItany and choir practice at "Yes"No !" one Is Mala's woman!" OHM'TKK IV I \ His body tense, he raised again, and Male drew In his rope struck terror In the heart of the J4

chief!" Taro told him for Lllleo'a approval with electric briskness Again, the for he was too young to know
jp) o'clock on Friday nights pre- "No!" she repeated, and she "I am the his hopeful eyes boy
i ding Sunday services. her back to him.Aa haughtily. As Taro approached him Main of his effort. Lilleo watched pima hae swung/; away from the tho vahlne's game. Time jumped

turned stared out over the sea, "The law of our tribe says that raised his spear in the formal mi- lln silent awe A perfect picture vila It cut through the water from the tree and fled. Lilleo slid
she
I leaned forward. Taking his man who wins woman keeps woman lute of the Typee warrior. Turo of a bronzed, tropical god stood be- near the surface at a dizzy! speed to the ground with the agility of

='s Mala of shark's teeth ," Mala insisted I responded in kInd. fore herLilleo Mala hung/; tinaclounly to the line, a monkey and ran to Mala. JiJ7 .: .
neavy necklace "10. na"nTaro! greeted him. shot through the .. rontlmuMl ii" '
___ ora now. With a and the canoe (Ti l> ) .
did not laugh
OB JONES m "Taro has come for the vahlne" choppy Boas behind the
r--- v: little cry of alarm, she turned antI mIUhl"ne"l i:
is Mala's woman. Mala I The fluh cut 1I 1- ---- - '
, "Lilleo beast
r. ; ;. ; IYm'
. fled into the fare. ___ __ __ !; h
: ... _,___._
of -
$ to the law nnd the van. voc-rcd ciazlly I I '
On Here mind won her according tight. ._ .
[Comments Then suddenly .. "Lilleo1"! Mala called "Huciemla' 1'Z'V: :'fiQ't, ; 1.i'iu'I &lIII> tT
'iJJ t lour people." with It. Mala reeled, unsteadily fora
i And Hereafter was made up, for she saw Come buck! moment as the canoclurl'h.,1
aril the chief! harrowing SERVICE
"Taro is the did not retutnSmailtng .
But, Lilleo QUICK
i I Taro and Lilleo knew he t; p''t "Aita! No! Our warriors will demand ntlll! at the many Indignities -I dangerous PieHently his
:
in a I I was coming for her.. ; -" -, ( the observance of the law. she had suffered at Main's great weight shifting constantly to MATTRESS CO.
put money
rich
17
people his balance, he rightedtho
before the maintain
plication\ plate In the temple in I t _., Even Taro must' bow hands, she was not yet ready to boat lie fought now to stem Hill: I'AUK !<4T.J.'KSON.IL..1.
two law of the Typoes""Taro surrender, to him; and she did not '
kn.ralem, A widow put in swoi"lfish. -
,".", is the ul'II!" the chief In the rush of the wounded
|1"P" leans' said, "She put in I".r\ ;: '-' trust her susceptible heart before Finally, the monster weakened Did :MiitlreMHe' t I llrlmlU like fl-i -
.
with
of them." sisted.But. I this man who fascinated her tif Condition,.
rest '
-i. than all the p.OJ' he spoke to Mala, Taro by th! great gash through its New !UoKiirdlotH
as show of devotion. I'ell Mat-
treas- his glamorous tugs und
r< ui\ her heart into the the and Its prolonged strugglefor Inner 'ltI
When our hearts are back i knew that he must defer to So Mala, falling; again to win body tresses Miwlo I to Order or lie
> 4r Already, Tto Was formulatingother the life t tiled.
law. of Typce -
the
\ Lilleo with war-song built.
a goldenthe -
II i gifts, they give f safer, surer plans that reru Victory In night.' Male\ pulled
of a coin. : plans and. the spectacular HKUAHLi; Upholstering:
copper
falling
him the right to claim at hilt lineand, soon the
would give determined to try again Discarding eagerly
about i taki,
It is II divine sacredness ( the sanction of his drew beside the canoe and furniture repairing
bee
the Lilleo with his purao spear' for a lanceof puaa lip
do if we have I
C ning we ,
to struggle p
ceased
hastened to (the It has p.
people Ironwood, he
in ________
act. A Chrls- __
fci !Jack of our ,.

jiitashing- :lame of dishes Jesus in Christ her kitchen Is en- I I \ told'Ola him.la, it\ is true," Taro admlt- I ri __________________________________________________

it t. m a work as sacredly dl- I f/4/ i I ted. He raised his spear In salute _ _ _ _ .
and. turned to Walk to his own
}n.. is. preaching the gospel in a
n' fare at the other end of the village I
J irai on the Sabbath morning. : : Lilleo had listened from within
nor '
much give
we
nit' how
v' the fare, and she was pleased (that _ p 4P1
,' 1 illiant is our gift. Then ; "a.. Male had dared to defy the chief I _

e > &swhat is the attitude for her. Rehua who had watched

heart When Jesus wash- j Lilleo. smiled wisely but she said

;" disciples' feet, be was just I .4 __
nothing. ____ p
autlfully divine ,as when. He IlI MaIn '
e 'tied His sermon on the Mount. St.jLti5II ; from sight. Then OFFER No. ISouthern. i ALL FOUR '
'. passed OFFER No. 3:
.1 made the job of a servant ,a --" ) LIV! = I I '
his
r- in ar ONLY
I .1._ I clutching his spear firmly ,0/7..1. Farm., I year' Agriculturist y FOR
;;'t 1 ...ailing He taught that the / .*'a right hand he broke.into. a graceful Good SiorlM.1 y m FOS ONLY Country Kon>1 yarTh == -p.

< it ones are servants, and that ., easy lope und ran towards the Country.Farm.Horn Journal, 1 YarTh I year 5 s .80 Farm Journal, 1 yoar j $1. -t
r" who would go up must first I I When darkness fell on the THIS NEWSPAPER AND TIlTS NEWSPAPER =:::::.
p .. jungle AND
all For On Year
*
"Come-unto me yc .
wn. -L .. Main had not re Fat On. Yar
... n as S. village. -
I primitive
-
|>at. labor and are heavy laden and -- I ton __________
released his tui.-ned. Lilleo ,slept fitfully
|: '
Taro reluctantly .
- w tl j rest. Take my yoke his neck he dropped
give around ,
you from grateful! I between her fear of Taro and her .
She clung
- R>on you and learn of me, for 1p I it over her head. grip on Lilleo. and I Ill-concealed concern for the miss Country 14JMCCALesLI

meek and lowly or s>plrit and "Yes," he said again, for, in Ty to Mala as he took her arm _ IT7CH-;
- all find rest unto your souls." such a necklace, worn by a led her towards the village/; ThTypeea ing Mala Story I
pee, closed In behind the couple At daybreak the next morning up :TirMes
iict Is His Invitation to tired woman, was a sign of betrothal. the THIS NEWSPAPER -
tc forming a procession to cscor Lilleo was awakened by persistent _ _ _
We rest not by a "cessationrk anew. Jumped
jeans Lilleo, angered them to their home. The chief did beating of a drum. She listened .,, p I
> we rest when we are will- her feet. Pulling the necklace from others. He stood apailat Intently for a moment, and for 1 year and
4 yoke up" with His in real,, ,her throat, she threw It at him. not join the close to hei :
but his did she knew It was quite
on eye
,n 1 faithful service to theo I The flimsy craft rocked dangerously. they passed Lilleo until she had paased l- She looked about from her bed of 3 Big Magazines
: of advanced to her, trying not leave NEWSPAPER
| God. Mala rlngtonla. leaves, and she saw THIS
his view.
from
S C C Lilleo tried ,
the canoe
steady fare
to alone in the
that she wan
am a reader of your Inter- to push him from her. She reeled Taro's determined interest In Lil Her curiosity aroused by this ; for one full year 9

fling articles that are run in our9pe unsteadily for a moment lost her Ito was a source of amusement to serenade. unlike

Until recently it has been balance, and pitched headlong into two old warriors who knew their strange anything Typ she
|>y lob to operate the linotype apart I the water. Mala regained his seat chief well. she went to the doorway and peer t) -

I"-I of the time. Setting and replaced the necklace about with I "Is it that himself Mala has or for brought Taro ?i aI ed furtively through It from behind 1 Magazine from Croup A; 3 Magazines from Group B; 4inaI Jt4
for
-i articles was the most InterHHg his neck. Watching her woman ) curtain.
the (tapa
part of my work. When amusement, ha swungthe canoe one of them asked slyly, and they; Mala was squatting on the I 'Sf .

pll rrlves I will enter some col- around and kept it within easy distance both laughed at his joke. hut ground before the fare A tal 5 I -. fP1)

g to study to be a doctor Have I''I of net.Instinctively. When Mala reached his own at the, head-dre of king, biilllantly colored i Select Any 3 Magazines: '

it ambition to be a mlsslon- she turned from his mother was standing tail-fentlicra of many tropical 00. MclQlcl D. 951C1Ttu. ,111,..1010110.10.
him This List 1I.I.al .
: !Ctor. Will please send I and struck out strongly doorway waiting to greet From hr C A m..It. -
semi
you the canoe birds rose in a. tall, precise .Cmrd.nS Po.'t' ,,.J
I
bulletin catalog or some lit- away from him. Solemnly and. reverently afte: his head. Its base, icrescent T Story ___ ___t year 0 ,.tt.r Hoell 6 litO Li 1:0..'., Ho, .wnI. jt:
above H"ld a
of the Typees, he ap circle 5.tt., Hom i A Garden _I yss' ci.IstIan : : 6 litO 0lPaftj0' 1
Mara: information Sharks! the manner a '
containing: ."Makos! Makoaf feathers ... 0'1
C
: TIll,
his cf guinea panned Cbrio.loa. II..aI4 _I ou flo," G.o" 2 v" ."" ,.
p your college? My belief lapai I Terror-stricken she turned and proached her and he brushed his forehead.. Many heavy ) 1'1.....' G.o..., I ....... D a itousiliole M."t'the') 1 t, 0 Gin1lcms. JQUfl11.. M'.UIn"' : JHo..h..14 I'z.
I would like to be one of your for the canoe. cheek lightly against hers, as Wallthe o boar'steeth Magaainolunlor _I ,sst ( a Slot'" i,.
1 struck out did not speak necklaces of shark's and Horn (.tot M..lb.1 5sa1 a JIIII..CIII'SIIII.QII1''.' 11 0 Haod .. Iy,
|udents." from a "Mala's\ woman custom. They cIg5: "
I am quoting "Yes? he asked. I hung about his neck. His McCall Magaiio. _1 yssi CII 2 Hom. 1,
11II..1. s' pg", r
finished
Itti-r.! which came recently from a ?" The ritual of their,,greeting of wood lay on the I Movio Clawia I '.0' a Oo.n ....<'I'loyt> '. 6m. HO."hold.d ;, ; 5 1,.
I Naa
"aside so that his spear purao Noodloerall __ '.0' a 8 .
t ung man who Is connected with Mala stepped ,. ,,.nU' IIII'U.II lV' 1II.'llIt'd J ,
"No! before him. Perhaps, eight I Op. Road Boys) _2 y.a a ) :
welcome Lilleo. Thi I ground ...... t''y 1 a "'all'.,' H." J,.
[Paper In Arkansas. Some people Mala\ deftly manipulating hIs mother might straight and tapering P..*D,.' Ma amln* _I a pathlidt' yf .
It was "
long .Sll11 a fl'.dI 'lIrlam J,
feet
vahini _l ,iIat' 1 yf r
7sa
examined the I PathHnd (w* kly) pit ''
fern to get their pleasure out of paddle-spear kept the boat Just older woman her ; five barbed points of mar.. PiotoHal, R.vi,.w _ 1 .vsmt A I\.onllc\ $tol.. 1 yf B PoHyn,5': .' : !", p

Dipping coupons from bonds, butt beyond: her reach. critically, and apparently, Irl were securely fixed to Its head .'ov..I.. Farmer _2 ,..... 0 a SUII.asia ... 1 yf cI ,1118,...... ,,,,.,. 5 .. z,.
I
Writer gets his greatest plea- ?" he demanded again. scrutiny satisfied her left arm,, Roncralio 8leri__.i .,..s.' Tr.1 co./I/ ,,10''" ar jy' 0 SIIthIrSAVICIIJIt' a lrl
[ "Yes "Mala's mother gives welcome U In the crook of his Sot..n Book a 5miC5, .fiiIt G."' lV' (J ......,., : 1,P p
r. des- _I .
"
>ut of the that pleaded Southern AarleulliuM/ yssi a Fmjn5
assurance "Yes! Yes! she she said in all! Mala held a small drum, which he True Conleeeiano I yss, CIOP"'S" "II' 2 v V. 0 W...." Wo'd' : .. J"Wo..aa'
.
rna to him occasionally that he a new daughter with a .. Jou.n 'yot (J J -
perately. beat In a monotonous rhythm World I year a Th. rw' Ciasurmi, yi
:sting some one in his desire Smiling happily he reached friendliness. daughter the finger-tips of his right hand. .NOTf-.C1i.! on. of !*, '.110"0' tnneei n poquotvI*VI15ht5I fmm'V I 2 yr' C 'wIy4j5'.j'O'b: :: .... J 1"I .

'e a better life. Money can- down and lifted the frightenedgirl "This woman is not your Lilleo threw back the curtain and .11 t Tn.. Srory if ]roi Hfuh.. Only ins ,lib. a sutht'5 ptUt,4C
obstinately and I mUrMedsrs .
.1 fatisfy people. Pleasure cant from the water. Safe In the Lilleo replied mocked him from the doorway. Undaunted M.chsal 6 10.1 ,..., -
satisfy True Christian serv1 first thoughtwas she turned away. beat .,.a' ,
Lllleo's
canoe now the by her ridicule he A..n Owl I S : I
I' rings the..greatest Joy a sin- of the shark that had caused "But, Mala Is my son, could I faster on his drum while he sand I D.Iin.sto I 755 ys.r, I

r.. heart can know.ngsten alarm.. But, there was no shark mother continued, for she J of the Typee warriors r..dv.':by.iii1, Cull.... _1 y.ar'
-9-- and the Lllleo's Ire flared anew H__ _"_ she not believe that any Tofoan would the war-song. GENTLEMEN t Encloi S_ _ !>!.... S.nd Mo .

[* new alloy of nickel chromium.. knew that Mala had tricked her refuse him. la not Mala't Lilleo' scorn/ul laugh rang high&bove DOil.r.ff..1 DOLf.rNo.2 D OUer No. 3 DO1i.rNe,4 nubgeripH

silicon\ and copper suc- again. "This woman the throbbing beat of Mala's I am checking th* ma.ulll.e s doitied with a y.er'a

6tully withstands temperatures Wet. miserable, angry Lilleo woman." understood now Irum. It Interrupted his boastful : tloa la your p p.r. p I Ip

1 to 2.000 degrees. sulked. Again.. Mala turned to his Mala's mother with long. Confused and hurt he looked ;
to argue
did not choose
paddle and pushed on towards Nu- She Instead she nodded In it her querulously. She threw back Name
Ulleo.
kahlva and home. understanding i her head and laughed contemptu E .

SALVEfor 'Mala'a village" he told her lympathetie is comely" she ously. The fine curve of her gol- Str..torLFD- a
vahlne
but she gave no sign that "The len throat inflamed him.. Mala
proudly does not
"If she
6 6 she bad heard him. Then aa they. laid want. significantly.Mala. other men wait." I nust make this) woman love and B Town .nd] SUU_ _ .---.- .

COLDSprice neared the Island. he told her again Lilleo looked at the group around respect him. But how? The an- -xmaaaaaaaaaa.a-aa-a

of the beauty and the plenty of that the older woman Indlcatid. I tent l reru takl, the tribal war-

tin TA8r.FT': the Typee homeland. And, again. her Mala. lance of the Tytoees
S. L"51 LIftQ.5_ 'IOU! 5c, lOc, 25c liner a nuumerof a Typ e k v.r. Younger men, fearing




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I FRIDAY, FEBItI .
y URADFonb CO'UNTY TELEGILIPYT. STAnKE. FLOlUDA ___.._tRy ptp ,
.4GI'J'
Elam'r. ...---" .. ..' -.
'-- ---- --- ----- THE NEW mourned FARM BILL the dealt : m RIDA..IilIr.ISJ.. !hMt' !

I t I Bradford County Telegraph I of Farmers the AAA.who thinking that the end TOO LATE --

+ subsidy of agriculture z
1 Established 1877 of Governmental TO CLASSIFY
was at hand, are having

? MEMBERLORIDAPRESS their fears assuaged by the rapid Br RUS BIA KAY I
ity with which Congress is passingthe rretarr BTewMa Pre. A.".
ASSOCIATION
i : new soil conservation and erosion ,
I 1935. prevention bill designed to

_.'''. "9otuxucL 'J.eouda .. take the place of the former farm Among my secret vices Is a ten-

,. ,' .. i program. I dency to go hog wild every now and i
i had the death knell toll- then and write chunk of goof
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ,I| Scarcely ,
F weeks
or a parody and a few
I i ed for the AAA than the Administration verse
\ Matter at the Tost Office at Starke, Florida Jumped into the breach : ago I went hay-wire and dashed off -

I' .- '- -- ..-- -- -. with its new plan of Federal farm a flock of new words for the old I

; '" E. L. Matthews. __ '" ___Editor and Owner ,: relief and was thrusting the bill tune "I'm BeUln' My Roll OBRomer" -r -PEON .AKI I.m 2'ps alfr(
I : ._.- -- 1 Into the hands of a receptive for use'at the annual y \
-- --- "
SUBSCRIPTION RATE gress. Such rapidity in con-I' "Press Breakfast mfOF
1t I the new measure under way Phil Lopp the Polk County Hill-
{ L1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months! 75c-Payable in Advance tribute to President Roosevelt anda billy dolefully chirped it on that I "'"

& t ; ,' Advertising/! Hates on Application demonstration that he Is sincerely festive occasion and since then I'vebeen I
Interested in the welfare of our pestered to death for copied '

-{ rural population.He of the darned thing.

I ; I p I II gone had a fine opportunity to One guy even went so far as to I

I; I --o pass the buck by saying to the suggest that I copyright It and

+, \f' It's all right to paddle your own canoe but you'd better ; with farmer the, "Well AAA, I but tried the to help Supreme you million claimed copies I'd have among a market the followers for ten I } t e.tw.a .

', learn to swim first.Let's I Court wouldn't let me. I did my of Dr. Townsend but I should I

: I c 0 I best You can't say I didn't try." stick my neck oufat a time when +
I : 1 ti9, the candidates But instead of putting up a plea 'Congress la fllnH to Investigate! I I 2 iw"aw'.rw....-
+". 't''it1 hope this warm weather doesn't give !like this President Roosevelt roll law N..s.er..dL
', But there ain't no against
\ )! spring fever. ed up his sleeves and went to workon givlu' it away as far as I know,

f ---0't a plan that would assist agriculture and since.a |.p| ttHfrds; appear'to
and at the same time es- be weak-miiiJcd'fnoiigh to want a I I :

't Starke should center its efforts now on the establishment cape the eagle eye of the Supreme copy of the "Masterpiece I sup- .

'i of a farmer's market here. Court. pose I might as well run It In this
f. L "Soil conservation" and "erosion column and then If there is any '
/
; 0
": prevention" were comparatively can'
t. profit In It, the newspapers
ft. ,; George Washington never told a lie and we never told unfamiliar terms to most of us make It through the sale of extra

"' one either-and got away with it. when talk about the new bill first copies, but I don't imagine any of
' began. We had a faint idea what 'em will be rushed to the point of

:j I, ir -= they meant, but couldn't quite see puttln' on any extra clerks in their
I 1 will be we'd could be worked Into a
If you are wondering the bonus spent how they circulation department. Anyhow

a say a lot faster than it was earned. program These to aid Impoverished terms were much far- here 'tis, and you can. read It at ,,., ..,
new
mere your own risk-I assume no responsibility ry IYI ,. s
i 0 harder to understand than a good 'sNytN.h' ,,
: .
a"" You are never hated for doing a favor.-Exchange. And old AAA check But as the weeks .5

t too often aren't appreciated either. passed the outlines of the new bill "I'M CASTIN' MY VOTE
Nf+ you
y. became plainer until we could see FOR TOWNSEND"An
.
.
0- emerging from the fog a programnot .Wt 1 D snl J 7 .1'l5111 I

n face the music only as immediately beneficialIn old man sat in a rocking chair ,
+2 An exchange wonders how anybody can .,, .
a monetary way to the farmer as Gray In his whiskers and white In t .
t I'
0- more beneficial to the entire And his voice'rang out on the sultry u a

p A wise girl is the one who casually leaves a couple of : country In the years to come, air l'I
Under this new type of agricultural I'm castln' my vote for Townsend vi.p X1 3/
cook books around when expecting a caller. '.
t y lying aid the Government In ," r .'
-- o 1936 and 1937 will offer to the Imbued equally as well with religious zeal aa and contains numerous seeds In iU pulp.

farmers' of the country grants of "I've worked and struggled for with.valor at arms?:the early Spaniards saw in the The CHUCK-WILLS-WIDOW is extr n4
ii. is that too
Another great trouble with the country many .
1 ? money If they turn over part of sixty years-" PASSION FLOWER of the New World symbolsof valuable, as it feeds on such destructive inset]

' a tr;, are listening to wild ideas advanced by tame people. their farms, formerly planted In Paid my taxes and shed my tears, the suffering of Christ. They pictured the aa beetles, borers, moths, horseflies and roach.

i o cotton, corn, wheat and other surplus And now I'll banish my old age fringed corona in their drawings as the crown of Along with the Whip-Poor-Will it belongs t to t

t "Selassie Said To Be Making Bid For Peace."-Headline. crops, to alfalfa grass, crotoarla fears Townsend. thorns while the petals were disciples. The lobed group called "Goatsuckers", Being nocturnal,ft
vote for
other soil-building castin'
And Mussolini is no doubt getting ready for a grand slam. In each or of the two years crops up to By my leaves represented the hands of Christ's persecutors is seldom seen, and like the owl, its flight n shut

o 1500,000 can be spent in awards to "Then I'll buy a nice shiny Packard the tendrils, the whips, In i Its pistil they IU loud, far-reaching call, rapidly repeated, k
farmers' who take part In the pro. saw the three nails, the five stamens were the live usually heard nightly beginning about March IK
,, The Toledo Blade says that Huey Long's followers might gram. And biro a chauffeur to boot; wounds the seedpod represented the! ; sponge and remaining silent after the nesting season. Ills

?+ be willing to share the wealth but they won't share the votes.o The new measure differs from When I get my two hundred buck the short stalk below it was' the.,pillar against a protective coloration uut Mends perfectly mi

t the discarded AAA in a few ret pension which Christ was scourged. In Florida the plantIs its surrounding.

The game of life is the one where the referee blows the spects, which Government legal au- For worry I won't, care a hoot. known as the uu_,,"Maypop"__, ,The\ rult Is edible

whistle just as you think you're going to cross the goal line. thorities believe will dispel doubt ,
y as to its constitutionality. There "We've financed Wall Street and ance racket will be hard to eliminate can't Imagine what they have got. The resistance to a ship onto!
o will be no processing taxes no contracts Europe too, S"Perhaps: ," rejoined her husband surface Is mostly caused by I
Fay King says that no one looks good rushing. What with farmers and no com- Seen both the bankers and labor. The eight cases brought Into "they have a bank account.-Ex- waves thrown up during ill pt}I

about the fellow who's coming to pay you, a past due account? pulsory controls of any kind. through\ court showed the difficulty in get- change sage through water, ,,
for the I'm tellin
,, Taxes, by which money And now by cracky, you ting convictions when it la neces- f ; ,
1 0 benefits will be raised, will be en I'm crackin niy whip for Town- sary to prove that the defendants

1 Nothing gets our goat like hearing a man sing his praises tirely separate from the program, aend"t', ''" had accepted money for "services" -

'al { unless it's fellow trying to drown him out by tooting his own for It was the processing taxes, rendered. All kinds of tricks are
i you remember, which were largely "I've always voted a Democrat, used as dodges. Books and medicines
; '
,i I horn. responsible for the downfall of the But you better not figure too are sold, silver offerings ac- HALL'SGROCERY
'
. o AAA. Benefit payments will be strong on that cepted to avoid the law against for

;' Women are sometimes hired to weep at funerals in some made directly out of the general :' For this time I'm knowln' just tune telling for .hire. .
treasury. where I'm at
\' South American cities. Nothing like that in this country, although anxious The'hearings brought out the
Farmers are naturally And I'm castln' my vote for Townsend amazing story of patronage. There

y I j 1 F we've heard of some husbands hiring their wives not over provisions of the new bill, one ',.. are women, apparently hundreds of

w 2 N to weep. of which gives the Secretary of them, who keep themselves In a
?+ Agriculture power to make payments "Then I'll buy a pretty tuxedo state or torment over fortune tell-
S rr I -- oh in his discretion based upon And get me a suite at the Ritz ers' warnings about dark men who

I I Dr. Mann of the National Zoo declares there isn't an the following points: And the Bell-hop who serves my will come into their lives, or promIses AND LUNCH

r l okapi in existence. This should be a great relief to a man with 1. The erosion-preventing and Martini acre of inheritances or journeys.
, ;: ky Hcil-improvlng crops that the far Will always be sure of his tips. And there 'are men believe it or
the d. t.'s."Sheep. I
mer plants. not who make their Investmentsonly
o 2. On technical changes in agricultural "You can knock Doc. Townsend after consulting one of these CASH PRICES

Road." Headline. Better practices and In the use .and razz his plan. artists of the
i 'apt ; Attack Auto on Mountain occult, who see all,
; of land. Tell me that Roosevelt's a better lOc
I look out-you'll be putting bad ideas into the heads of pet know all. COCOA Pound Can .. _____ 1
I 3. On the acreage of crop land man. It is a racket as'old as man, but
t destrians. he has planned to plant. But from th'e President down they Judge B. T. Sauls is determined to

} o 4. On the percentage of his nor .will get the can run it out Of St. Petersburg.\ "There TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz..Bottle 1 tOe

The big difference between an educated and an unedu- mal production that enters domestic If they don't pledge their vote for are people," says hJ "whose whole I vl''
channels. Townaend. lives are ruined by/fortune tellers.
cated man is that the former can find more logical excuses Thus the farmer will want to be There are a lot of people who won't RICE, Real Whole Grain, 5 Ibs. 25c

for loafing. sure of the provisions of the bill "Pete", and "Wilcox" are both make a decision until they see a j

y i -- before he plants his next season's nice guys fortune teller. The practice of fortune PURE COFFEE 100 Pet. Lb. Pk. 12'/2c'
But I'm all fed up with political telling is an infraction of the ,
M 1 The Mount Dora Topic tells about a newspaper that in crops. lies. law and I intend to atop this prac- ,
Of course, soil erosion which '
' ti giving a report. of a woman's club meeting said "it was hell means the washing or blowing I used to bo dumb, but I'm gettin' tice in St. Petersburg" SUGAR 5 Pounds ._ ____ _,__ 23c :i

1 j yesterday" away of valuable top soil from the wise May good fortune attend him

,land. Is not such a bugbear in this And send I'm,castln' my vote for Town- and the police in this cleanup! LARD Best Compound Lb. 111/2c 1

convincing part of the country as it is In the ,
M, ? y Add similes: As as an overweight opera sin- I great plains of the middle-west, NOT IN STYLE '/

+ ger who according to the story is supposed to be dying of 'but much can be done here toward "Then youngsterAnd I'll give my job to some MEAL, 5 Lbs. ._ .. ___ __- lOc ::
In Mrs. Smith took a great InterestIn
I conserving important properties
f'f'r starvation.
k j r Just loll around In the sun.
; the soil by Intelligent rotation and the,doings of her, neighbors.
0- the planting of soil-building crops. When I get my two hundred buck It was a great day for her when a BOILING BACON, Lb. ____ p. 1 211Ifelf

Representative Gassaway says he can beat anyone in a The new farm bill, which mightbe pensionI'll new arrival came to the house -
barrel
have of fun!
a
sure
milking contest. No one will dispute a Congressman's skill at a law by the time these lines next door, and she watched with BACON Best White Lb. __ '
are read seems at first glance to interest as' furniture was carried -
!, milking the taxpayer. have few if any,.faults as far as into the house

V n the interests of agriculture are ;'What did you find out about the FLOUR 24 Ibs. High Grade (Guar.) 75c
z I An observer of human nature says if you pick on a small concerned. Farmers are to be given From Other Pens social standing of the folk across i''
"
to their the street T' her husband
Improve asked
an opportunity
he think's you're taking advantage of him; if you don'the 1 I5c
dt : Yh man lands to the benefit of themselvesand her.' CORN FLAKES 2 Pkgs. _
'' thin you're afraid to. their children and are to be "They're not much" was the .11
TUB FORTUNE TELLING
"
''h'fl o paid by the Government duringthe RACKET reply "They have no automobileor PENNY I5c 1 '
process. A man who would not radio or even a grand piano. I MATCHES, 2 Pkgs.
hiring to write their From the
A number of politicians are gag men take advantage of such an opportunity ( St. Petersburg

; Y 1 speeches Those who listen to them had better 'do their Is either crazy or a stubborn Independent) GREAT 22
I The present campaign against ANNOUNCEMENTSTo NORTHERN BEANS 5 Ibs.
'i t election. anti-New Dealer who will not
before -
,; ,, laughing professional fortune tellers demonstrates -
I admit that any good can come
tae Intern of ceases
) o again the difficulties In hoard DI.
l i from the present Administration. apprehending trlet se' .f """" Co..trs POTATOES No. 1 10 Lbs I9c 1
t ; ''{Id King Edward will settle for all time the question of ---0--- these elusive gentry. f hereby announce. myself. a can .
I About the best that can be dldate for r.-* .. -tlon to the offlc.
expected -
1' k whether a ruler can command the respect of an empire without MATS OFF TO PLANT CITY of School Board Member for District 7c
Is to
drive them Into retreat for No. 1
FRESH
nMect to the 'action .of the FISH Lb.
!
a good net of whiskers. The pluck and spirit of cooperation awhile. So long as prominent peo- Democratic primary I June i, 1bre.> It .
I elected proml"l a fair and
that makes a progressive town Impartial -
o ple patronize them, the clairvoy- admlnUtratlon of the dutte. of

411t'' : A New Yorker recently died and left a lot of liquor to what Plant It City Is Is our now friendly being shown rival for by I.the.ollelted office and Your will vote be and highly support aprtenpectfully TOMATOES,'Standard Pack Can

his relatives. We suppose it wasn't long before the relatives honors In the Florida strawberry of $000.000 In prospective IncomeIn pr."lat..d ,

', ''l and the estate were both in a very liquid condition. Industry. The following paragraphs a stiff wallop, J. C. PJIKVATTK SCRATCH FEED 100 Lb. Sk. 51.95
; from an editorial in the
Tampa "But the rains' that broke the SCHOOL BOARI
o Times tell the story vivid- all-time I hereby announce myii.lt
more precipitation record for a candidate -
Roger Babson says soon every home will be equipped ly than we could: February will not break the hearts "School' for Hoard re-election District a.No.member S subject of GA. CORN MEAL 100 Lb. Sk.. $1-50

with television. Then each housewife can see for herself that "All the elements of agricultural of the sturdy folk of East Hills- to the will o' the voter. In .a14 -

i her neighbor's kitchen is in a bigger mess than her own. tragedy were combined in Thurs- borough. C- tt ,Is safe to say and District: nn rtl: t t b.IMS.greatly; Your appre-Vote
day night's torrential rains which the brilliance of the seventh annu- olat..d WE DELIVER GROCERIES & FEEDSHALL'S
Iteiinectfally.
o were the final gulp in the drown- al Festival will be'dtmmed little if Stafford U Crews,
4 I There ,are, three classes of people: Those who say that Ics: of at least fifty per cent of any, by prolonged sorrow over a ------ :, ----

Moscow is going to get us, those who say that Rome is going East Hlllsborough County's straw- tough break from the weather t hereby Moll announce T\X ASSKKIOIl myself a can
berry crop. which hasn't played this trick in didate for the office of AH.ek.or of
? to get us and those who say the dogs are going to get us. "The blow came as the harvesting more than a generation." Tax.. of Bradford County, subject GROCERY
to the will of the voter the
at
1 +' Of course, there are a few left who think everything's going season was gaining full momentum When such pluck Is shown is It Inlf n..moc..atlo Primary Election comH. to-

5 to be just fine, and thank Heaven they're the ones who will with growers and townspeople any wonder that Plant City has be. h.W'in s'. Jane.e'< Your vole, b.and,Crest.fteeasctfutly support .. JlF.Aff 'SEABOARD STATION
h I t preparing for Plant Nacre an/dywlll :
City's taken the lead in Florida strawberry I, aJ>' "
+ probably turn out to be right in the long run. a.nnual'8trawberry Festival. Loss production? .
W. Hay*..

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