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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I SCHOOL BOARD ONE LITTLE WHEEL CAUSED DAMAGE ;, FEW\ NEW FACES IN COURT HOUSE Burglars Get $700




TO PUBLISH \ AS OFFICIALS BEGIN TERMSAssessor

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WARRANT LIST Asks HomeOwners ,I II I I -
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NEW JAILOR Papers Valued at $2ojOOO

Also Taken Hut lie-
J. 11. Moore Elected \jj -- ARRIVES

Only one new fate was wn n. covered Later
Chairman For I HnWrOF': LAWTEY SUC-
the court house this week ax >' mntv
New Year officials began another four rIs I I'EEMSW;:: :: E:: THORNTON

year term Tuesday. EV Hayes : AS SHERIFF'S AIDEi :: DARING THIEVES
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familiar flture in rount\
OLD BOARD MEETS FOR already a i R Rowe former Lawtey merhanl -
entered asHessors Knler Collector's Office
politics thrive i
LAST TIME WEDNESDAYThe office to succeed N. D Wainwright i and farmer became county
I I Jailor Thursday suceedlng W. E. Shortly After Noon

neW Bradford County Board retired. rhornton, who had held the position

of Public! Instruction met in the I Sheriff A O. Andreu began his since the death of W. W. Uai.i- Monday

i court house Monday and one of Its regular term Tuesday but Is already len lust February. The appoint-
first official acts was to Instruct Remarkable speed was shown by workmen on the Seaboard track Air I II a familiar figure in the of ment was made by Sheriff A. O. Approximately $20.000 In valua-
and repairing f
I Line last In cleaning wreckage
Railway Friday up
flee since he filled the unexpiree AndreuMr blo cash and jewelry waa
In
to publish papers
the superintendent I after twelve freight cars on No., 180 were thrown from the rails near j
i the Telegraph each month a list of Maxvllle by a damaged wheel. No one was Injured but a large loss term of W. J. Epperson, deceased j R Rowe is described by those taken from the office of Tax Collector -

1 all warrants issued by the board. was sustained by the railway company several -whose'freight cars Mr. Hayes served a term In tht who know him as being a "fine C. A. Knight In a daring-

The motion was made by J. H. I were damaged beyond repair. So rapid was the repair work that not assessor's office: from 1928 to man' and at one time served as daylight[ burglary shortly afternoon

Moore, new member from Lawtey, I a single train missed coming through Starke. The picture on the left 1932; he also served two terms as marshal' for the town of Lawtey. Monday.

and seconded by E. J. Lewis, new shows the wrecker lifting an overturned car from the track. On the tax collector from 1920 to 1928 Thornton who hnd served the Some of the loot has been recovered -
right Is seen a load of cabbage.spilling' from the side of a mashedInI several he hat
member from Brooker. Both men For the past years Ity: for many years in the capacity but still missing Is all of

+ stated they felt the public was en- I car. been a school trustee, but Intlmated if night marshal before becoming the cash, around $450 of county

titled to this Information althoughit this week that he would give ul.| K. S'.'. II.VYKS tailor, said this week that he had funds $2::'>0 belonging to D. C.

might mean a slight additional GREEN AGAINASSISTANT I COMMISSIONERS this position in the near future ---- '10 Immediate plans for the. future. Kinlaw\ and also several diamond

expense to the board. ORGANIZECONNER The new assessor expressed a I He and his family moved out ofI' rings soil a watch belonging to Mr.

Mr. Moore' was elected chairmanof WHIP wish that all property owners ir heir i living: quarters In the county Klnlitw. valued at around $230.: No

the board for the new year. STARKE CONGRESSMAN INTRODUCES REELECTED CHAIR- the county will file their home I'lull yesterday Insurance was carried on any of

The old board consisting of J. C. I It BILL FOR COMPLETION MAN FOR NEXT TWO YEARS \ stead exemption applications with _- _I ._______ I the lost articles.

Prevatt S. L. Crews and W. C. I CF CANAL GREEN ATTORNEYThe him before April 1, Under the MANY ATTENDINAUGURATION W F HiulHon. Saxton "Holi

Manning met Monday and I law applications must be received ness" preacher, found Mr Kin-
adjourn-\\
ed after a brief session. Congressman R. A. Green has new Board of County Commissioners I before homesteads can be exempted + a? luw's papers Tuesday morning in

Wednesday to be present at the just been appointed an assistant was organized Tuesdayof Mr. Hayes said. Property owners a ditch along Road 13 near Law-
reorganization of the new board. whip of the House of Representatives this week and L. L. Conner was may see him In his office 01 lp W.
ai Mr. Manning was the only hold- in the organization of the re-elected chairman for a two- when he makes his round, in th IN TALLAHASSEE! moro than $100 in checks belonging < -

over member. Seventy-Fifth Congress It was year term. T. D. Dyal is the only ,, next few weeks. 1 TUESDAYnrluiled :: to the lax collector near the

The board decided to raise the announced from Washington this new member of the board, whose I The tax collector and tax assessor ( in the large crowd from same place

salary of E. M. Bennett, janitor of week. He has served in this position other members, besides Mr. Connerare I', have traded offices and the fixtures here attending the Inauguration of How the thieves entered the office .

the Lawtey school, $5: per month. ,I since the advent of the : H. V. Saxon. J. M. Rosier and : and both rooms are being rearranged { aa Governor Fred P. Cone In Tallahassee still remains a mystery, The

Sam Whitehead was appointeda Roosevelt administration. Mallory Thomas. to meet the needs of each Tuesday were: Judge and door to the room and the safe door

trustee to succeed Warren Starke's congressman Is just entering Floyd Green was re-elected officer. Mrs' A Z. Adklns Mr. and Mrs were both secured by Yale locks

Bloodsworth In District No. 10.Wldow'8 his seventh term as a rep- county attorney for the year ata New members of boards who M F Brown Mrs. J.V.. Klncald, and showed no signs of having
pensions were approvedfor resentative and Is dean of the salary of $27 per year as county been forced in Whoever
will become familiar figures In I O L rteasley, K d. Duncan T. T. any way.
\Mrs.\ Irene Rigdon and A. F'I Florida congressional delegation. attorney and $23: per month and the next few months are: J. H. tong R F Demorest, B Jacobs, performed the burglary had a clear

Crlffls. Several days ago he Introduced a $5 for each conviction as county Moore, Lnwtey who succeeds J. Senator and, Mrs. Charley E Johns, coast to work In as it is believed,
The following warrants were Issued : of the )I
bill providing for completion prosecuting attorney. C. Prevattt on the school board, Mi and Mra H. C.Vlall., N. D. no county officials were In the

by the board January t>: !I cross-state canal.Officials. Dr W. B. Parks was elected and E. J. Lewis, Brooker who succeeds .fll Walnwrlght, Mrs. W. E. Torode, building at the time, all office
No. 14951: -J. C. Prevatt, 2 days __
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county physician for the year at S. L. Crews. T. D. Dyal, Miss Georgia Haynes, James Richard having been closed for the lunch
Board Service ____________$11.60 I Installed
a salary of $50: for the year. I Brooker Is the only new memberon Wainwright Sheriff A. O. An- hour.
No. 14932: -S. L. Crews 2 days
4 The following city officers of Ernest Byrd was re-employed asCOUI.t the Board of County Commissioners. Jreu, J. M. Alvarnz, Gratton Cooper The sheriff's office ha few;
Board Service _____________ 12.00
4 Lawtey were Installed Monday: W house janitor at a salary of N. l>. WAINUIIUIHT and Miss| Hazel Adkln. clues to work with but several persons -
No. 14953: -W. C. Manning 2
F. Moore, mayor; O. J. Phillips $40; per month. Officials who succeed them ------- -- -- I Judge Adkins and H. C. Wall stated they could< identify two
days Board Service ________ 800
v, ," clerk; V. R. Reddish marshal; C. Were Lieutenant-colonels' on the loitering In the
strange men seen
selves In office for another term
N 14953: -J. C. Prevatt, trip to Tells How It
R. Whitehead, A. M. Lewis, A. A. About 20.000 United States clerk of the Wainwright Governor's personal staff. W. P. court house corridors during the
State Farm for teachers'___ 5.00 ale: A. J. Thomas
No. 14959: -J. H. Moore, 1 day Grlffia and R. A. Blanchard, alder- troops are stationed In the teril- court; E. I... Ferryman county Feels to Retire After Smith, Starke's third Lieutenant- morning., One waa described. <,
tory of Hawaii. colonel, was prevented from attending dark and a
Board Service ________.____ 5.60 I'men. judge; A. J. Griff, superlntenrentof Long Activity being tall and wore
the inauguration becauseof coat The other
No. '14956-E. J. Lewla, 1 day public instruction; C. A. Knight long gray-blue top

Board Service _____________ 8.00 I A Rare White Deer Caused Tragedy tax collector. How It feels to retire to private Illness. was shorter and. wore a gray
I I suit. It Is believed that the pair
District Fund! I Near Lawtey Many Years Ago life after being a public official for
New CCC waited for a clear coast openedthe
No. 8533: -E. B. Moore, 7 cords I Birthday Ball Nearing mote than forty years wus described -' Enlistment
and safe door
". ""wood 1 No. 3 _____________u 42.00 By H. E. LAGERGRENThe found a gentle old work ox and I the this: week by N. D. Walnwrlght Mrs. Edward Burns announced office door Instrument to the by
chairman of : pick
N. Sternberg uolnjj some
t.- him In front toward the I who turned his key to the tax as- this wek that a CCC enlistment. of
I driving Ball for the President loch; and then made their getaway
Birthday
! following tragic Incidentwas eight white men will be taken from
CONE NAMES deer, soon came within range fired 1'Il'lIlIor's' office over to E W Hayes
this north In automobile -
an
said he had< nothing to publish by heading
once related to the writer bya and the deer fell dead! TucOd.ty.! his i county on January 15. She
LEADERS informa- week in the way of plans for the will be In .
man who had first-hand to her office at WPA headquarters
! He shouted to his comrades "Naturally. I feel somewhat lost
'tv\ tion, and he has since heard It corroborated him the event but those who are familiar I here Monday morning to News of the burglary and descriptions -
and heavy to the
of
come help carry now that my days service
.GOVERNOR MAKES with his past successes are willingto
NEW by others. It occurred in i ecelve applications, of the men believed to
carcass to the wagon, but his request public! have drawn to a closp," Mr.
SEVERAL; : APPOINTMENTS: last bet that he has plenty up his be responsible were telephoned to
I the middle of the SO'a of cen- He then In ---- ---
'THIS WEEK was disregarded. sleeve that he Isn't talking about. Wainwright said as he paused surrounding towns and frequent
\ v tury.After tried to drag It along, but soon had One thing la sure-the ball this front of the Telegraph office on LAWTEY SCHOOL broadcasts were made over sta-
j Fred P,.Cone, Florida's new governor having rested over nightat to give it up. He would have to and his way to the covet house for 'j
year will be Just sa-big as entertaining NEWSA tion WRUF In Gainesville but so
t atarted outfitting the ship the place of a trader, situated a take the hide off and sacrifice the a in and the last time as an official. "How
past years far all efforts at tracking down
of state this week for a four-year couple of miles east of Starke, a meat. But he had not halt done ever, I am proud' of my record andI -- (
I I fun lovers throughout the county the criminals have been In vain.
cruise under'hia guidance. drove of beef cattle from Paynes the skinning before the cattle, forward to feel that few men In public life very Interesting Christmasprogram
are looking a gala Two held for questioning
men
Hardly had the last cheer of the Prairie resumed its journey towards smelling the blood, came running of this month. can lay claim to as long service as was enjoyed by the young
night the latter part afternoon
Inauguration crowd ceased echoing Jacksonville. The drove was toward him bawling, pawing the t I have given to my county." friends and patrons of the school late Monday were

before Cone picked key men of under the charge of Jim Hunter, ground milling\ around and light Mr. Wainwright began his. political A play, "Christmas At the Gil soon released.Mr. .

hi* crew. an elderly man assisted by a young ing. Rice had to leave his cherished Free Course In Flying career January 5, 1847, just' berts' by Margaret Manning was Kinlaw, local agent foi U*

,ivK 'To 'Arthur B.. Hat', Tampa engineer man named Bill Rice. Ahead of the quarry and run for safety N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr. Is taking fifty years ago. as it deputy In the! the feature of the program which American Oil Co. had been using

went the chairmanship of drove rolled< a wagon containinga The cattle were in a frenzy for applications of young men who clerk of the circuit court office was sponsored by Mrs. -Wall. tbe tax collector's safe to store

the! State Road Department, a $8.- cooking outfit and provender for hours until exhausted A couple wish to enroll for the twelve-week here. He has served continuously I Between acts "santa Clans Ii valuables and cash. He expressed

,-OWVa-year Job. the men and horses. It was driven had been killed some others too aeronautical course being offered In the tax assessor's office since I Coming" and "Around the Christ- great relief at the recovery of bU -i'.i

"Joseph R. Stein, Miami liquor by an old negro, who acted aa cook crippled to travel. by the WPA at Camp Roosevelt. 1900, with the exception of one mss Tree," two attractive numbers papers and said they connlstcd of

*toattrrfcecaine chairman of the and along with him was his son After the drove at last had been The course Is free and candidates term '19281932. In 1930: he Wall were given by little Miss Emma Insurance policies, etc., that wouldbe

8t.t.i Racine QommiMion. .Tn who served* "foot-man" to-drive brought under control and the haw only to pay m small amount .elected as> representative In the -Jane Heanley of little value to anyone but.

eeretry.who draw 14.800 a year ,back such cattle* had dodged Into march resumed, tile driver rode for room and board while studying. state legislature from this County Bant Claus--a' song, by Roger himself.In .

t*.,'o for the chairman,.will be ,swamp, where! the horsemen; could side by aide without either speak Anyone Interested Ia learning to Although leaving public office, Pel, Barbara Moore, Aileen the roll of checks found by'

-.(:- ,Ftkrfca Clover of Lake City. :not follow. Hunter and Rice Ing. Rice. humiliated, and angry fly,, can get an application blank "1k. Walnwrlght expect> to ,continue Burling JoeUa Wooteit.Tb '_ Mr. Hudson was a $:5 mill, evidently]

-' *.......-",*' hi* brother W, kept the drove moving. Each was over bit Lose, Hunter feeling bad aDd further details fraaabfe. Wainwright leading aa active life and will Star of Hop*;"-oag by Seventh overlooked by the thieves In their

..BranchCon Macclcnny.hi*. "ex 'mounted oa a "marsh pony" stal over the damage to his chal'ces.Their I f devotsr bra energies to bin farm and grade haste at disposing of' whatever
'eartlve'secretary! lion. Such horses ran wild on the horses, excited by the behavior his large pecan groves. Let Our Gladness know No End I would be! of aa use to them Tax:

.Members, of the! Road .Depart.ataeat marshes around Orange lake; of the cattle. aa1 the smell I I Marriagelicenses He mode the following statement --By Fourth Grade. Collector Knight gave the bill to

who receive; 450 a month, they were skittish and unruly, yet of gore and mask, were hard to lo the public on the eve of his retirement -I The program wa followed with the preacher as. reward for safe {
will be' John Hughey. Faulk of .were used by drovers because of manage. I Couaty Judge E. Pertyman : a Christmas tree sponsored by the return of the checks. :
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said this week that the number of -- ---- --
. ,i Chlptey, Judge James W. Perkinsof their hardiness. Suddenly one of the atalliuns "I Want the cltlren of Bradford i II,. T. A Each pupil was made I
.peLa ..d and Brooks, W. Bate- After leaving the upper crossIng grabbed the other with a bulldog marriage licenses Issued from his County to know that I deeply appreciate happy by the gift of a bag of fruit Buy Sweat PropertySale

uaa.. of Pahokee.' of the Alligator the trail to grip by the throat. Both reared office rose slightly from 189 In i their loyal support for me and candy. of the Sweat place on Madt t
1933 197 In 1936. The ,
to judge refused -
Raolng'commission, members, at Jacksonville turned off to the left and fell over backward. Hunter during the many years I have been -- leon Ave. to Mr. anil Mrs. Titus
comment the likelihood -
-$15O a mouth, are to be E. A. Williams from the Middleburg road. Having had an old-fashioned dragoon aid- to on honored as a public servant In theminy The following pupils of the fifth Olsen was announced this week by

'of Bonifay, Frank J. Rogers come as far as midway betweenthe die with a peaked cantle of bras of leap year being accountable capacities they have given grade are on the Honor RoU In liquidators: of the Bradford County .i;
for the Increase. Fifteen licenses
of Tampa, and former Senator present Lawtey and Highland His horse falling on him, the cantle me In the county. On the eve of spelling this week: Buster Bennett, Bank. This large two-story structure t

Samuel J. Hilburn of Paiatka. the drove was halted for rest anJ was driven clean through his body were Issued{ from his office my retirement, I want to say thatI L. C. King R. W. Mosetey, Romeo was recently thoroughly renovated -

-__ None of the appointees of former grazing. When it was time to start while the pommel crushed his la December, but not a single one will be willing to serve you In Prescott, Jewell Griffin. Louise by agents of the bank. The

Governor Dave Snoltz: remained : i again, and Rice was In the act ol chest, probably killing him Instantly. was for a local couple.. any way In the future. You may I I VUir, and Geneva Rigdon. Olsens have already moved In and i

, on either group. saddling his horse, he suddenly Rice suffered two broken legsin call on me at any time for a personal announce that they will operate a.
looked away with the exclamation, the fall and several ribs were 'Want To Buy Seed favor." I Mrs. Edwards' sixth grade has rooming house

Mrs* Nora D. Dobbs Well. I'll beHunter! asked stowed In by the kicks of the horses County Agent T. K. McCUne, i +- --- I finished. making Interesting! book- I

t Nora D. Dobbs SO, resident! of'TU.Iford. I what it was he saw Hunter's horse waa killed\ from Jr.. has received a communicationfrom Posloffice Fails Again lets of a wheat project. The material TagJeadUIle NearTax J'
"There's a white deer among the having his throat lacerated but for this project was sent by '
I died at 1:5O/ o'clock a company wishing to buy the Employees of the. poatofflce here Collector C. A. Knight thl*
"
: cows the first I've ever seen! he not before he had kicked Rice's the Purina Company. If farmer .
any
seed crowd- '
Thursday morning In a Lake City following : cow p"Util. stated unofficially this week that week warned motorists that the
answered. "Mr. Astor, who comes mount to death. In the county wishes! to know
hospital after an Illness of two I er peas early speckled velvet It Is fen red receipts for 1036:: were deadlinefor securing a new auto.
down to Florida, every winter has Later the two negroes, who rode how to raise wheat' just call on
, weeks. Funeral services will beheld I beans crotalaria spectabills, nor not sufficient to enable the office mobile tag January 15: Is fast approaching. ,
a standing offer of fifty dollars for ahead of the drove In looking the sixth
< grade.
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)I from the Ralford Baptist I ghum cane and seeding pecans. to advance. to second class In July. He asks all who can
the hide of a white deer. If I can back saw the cattle a long behind
1 Church, but the time had not been i way Anyone who has any of theRe seed: : Actual figures for the year have I possibly do so to come In for their
kill it his agent in Jacksonville scattered and Wondering Christina booklets have been
grazing.
. set yesterday. I for sale may get In touch with the not yet been compiled. I tags now in order to avoid the nub
, wilt pay me the money." at this they turned back, made tellingthe story of the birth
} ,She la survived by her husband, I Rice had a long single-shot pistol and saw a sickening sight. Rice I county agent. -.-- of Christ and many Interesting later. .. I
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1 I* D. Dobbs and five children, I tied to his saddle and he untied and was still alive and barely able to New Neon Sign pictures on this subject were used.

NOrma Jean, Kenneth, May Belle I examined it. Hunter Implored him tell them how it all happened. School Holidays End Mitchell's DrugStore is sportIng I -_. Births

Smith Doris Smith and an Infant to desist, saying that killing a The negroes had to leave the Christmas holidays end Mondayfor a Urje: Neon alga whose brilliant The eighth,, grade history class: Mr. and Mr'*. Aaron Sumner

, boy. white deer meant bad luck; that cattle place Rice and his dead more than 800 students In the red, an4 t blue light adds muchto I has just finished a project on Florida Lawtey girl. December 30.
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,i The Rev. C. W Wilkes win: conduct I getting the cattle safely to marketwas companion la the wagon and retrace Bradford County High School the attractiveness of Call Street history. This project has created Mr. and Mrs. C. C Dee3, Brooker -

,,1 the funeral services and Interment difficult enough, anyway. their journey. On again here, who will return to their after dark. The town would,, look I : much Interest in the study of boy, December 30.

j will be In Sapp Cemetery without deliberately Inviting disaster. ,, reaching the big Newnausville- books for an unbroken stretch much more>> "citified"! at night If our own state. Mr. and Mrs. EJ Stanley, Stark,

. nnder the direction of DeWitt C'I(I Eut the excited< youna m 3 Middleburg road, they had the luck from now until the end of the mote business houses would follow boy, January 2.

Jones. pooh-poohed the warning, saying : to meet up with the owner of the term. All other county schools except mil. I We are glad to have In our Mr. and Mrs. Russell B Thomas

Mra. Dobbs was a member of the I that it was only an old granny superstition i cattle, who now took charge of af Hellbronn had only one week school Drtvld George and Philip Starke. girl' January 2.

'J. Methodist Church and the Eastern I and he stealthily made I fairs. But Rice had died while of vacation and started up again Florlili bt.tllirg ritile-l,, a .... I Shuford of Virginia, and George Mr. and Mrs. J, A Ellington Sr.,

Star.: I hU way among the cattle. He I bouncing over the rough trail. last Monday, year peak the past: uauier Moore from leant CIty. Btark, girl January: 3.



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>, PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANCARV 8. .

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THERESSA BETHEL HIGHLAND WHAT IS HAPPENING AT the background and the real a
DAYTONA BEACH .Ing of the IlclII
Iar HIM Rhode ...1.1.r. C.n......... Sir. Ralph Oalney, CorrespondentMiss bliss M. E. Crews, CorrespondentMrs. News from Daytona Beach I' dispute.

PAGE= rLIVE Mrs!! Jane Gladsby has returnedto Eliza Harrell of Lake CityIs Effle Carter: and children sensational but Indigestible. menu However the Issue regardless presented of 11&11

STATE NEWS her home In St. Petersburg after visiting her slater Mrs. Ralph were shopping In Jacksonville Sat- Governor Sholtz ordered the removal tona Beach is whether the u j

spending the holidays with her Galney. urday. of the city officials two of officials have followed the P""seDI law

mother, Mrs. Rosa Constantine. We are sorry to report that Miss F. M. Crews was a business visItor them women appointed when their their administration ,
That
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Mr and Mrs. S. R. Swindell had Dorothy Lee I I. on the sick list. We to Starke Wednesday. husbands resigned to prevent the Issue whether or not the I r. l; .
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L as their guests during the holidays wish her/iTspeedy recovery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Wimberly, governor from removing them. The order and the special a't ''Jd._

rL Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Carstensen and and Mrs. A. D. Coleman and Jr., and Miss Patty Wimberly returned deputy sheriffs who served the or- which It was Issued are uph,,''n, "

family of Green Cove Springs, Mr. children ot Jacksonville were visiting to their home at Nichols after der moved out and the city police the courts. If the officials. : : I

w -- -- and Mrs. Johnnie Aclklns and chil- W. w;' Coleman and Mr. and spending some days here with men acting under orders of Mrs. failed in their duty, they ,,II.

AUTO DEATH LIST FOR URMCATE: FISHERMEN dren of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Carl"Anders last week.HAMPTON relatives. Armstrong moved In and took possession be removed-In some .vhu.l i/ ) I

If shudder Mrs. John Jordan and children of Miss Dorothy Crews of Starke Later the maQn.'r It
TALLAHASSEE-Dr. Stuart G. TALLAHASSEE you --- --- Armstrong they are blameless they.,,,, ''I
Thompson, state board of health at the thought of putting a Blue Pond. visited her grandfather. F. M. forces removed records from the titled to continue In office en

jsUtUticlan. said 840 persons were wiggling worm on a floh-hoolc, trya Mr. and Mrs. Marcus May have Mil. AdaImmu, Correction*** Crews, here Sunday. city hall. National guardsmen came Perhaps the true +i
killed In Florida In the first eleven rubber band Instead. Paul Rar- returned to their home In Ohio, Misses Gladys and Ula Vanzant to the city but took no action. Now lush politics story ,,r v "
after the former's The Rev. A. J. Turner will preachat and Oscar Vanzant of Hill lard visIted never will be i", H
months of this year by automobile din, editor of the Everglades News, visiting brother the whole thing is In the courts unless some Insider +

accidents In the same period lastyear placed several bands on his hooks II. D. May and family the Baptist Church next Sun- friends here Sunday. with a temporary order holding the a book.-Tallahassee decides Demoi-rJ, ,.

COSII, the total was 517. He said he "In no certain manner" and reported Mr and Mrs. C. Alford and fam- day morning and evening.The Miss Kathleen Hardee returned woman mayor in office. .

expects the total for 1936 to surpass a fine catch of perch. At Stuart, ily have returned to their home i Rev. Earl Voiles, of Plant Sunday after a two week's visitat The governor acted under a spe- .

U'BETTE the 597 killed last year. Gypsy Dean rigged up a wooden here after visiting relatives In City but formerly of our town, was Hawthorne with her mother, cial act which applies only to Daytona Russian scientists claim Jtetox.N

--- --- plug containing a large hook en- Jacksonville.Leo visiting here last Saturday. Mrs. James Cox. Beach and gives him author- ery that water can carry ;

; FLORIDA SUGAR PRODUCED veloped by strips of rubber from a and Jesse Brown have returned -I J. J. Brannen spent the week-end Miss Edith Crtffis returned to ity to remove city officials for exceeding remla, commonly known aa rabbit 4!
fever,
OLEWISTON- Seventy-two rail- bathing cap. He Bald the rubber to their home In Cocoa after I with friends and relatives In Lake her home at Newberry Sunday, the budget. .. ,
two solid had all the actions of a pork rind visiting their sister Mrs. Rosa Butler. after spending the Christmas holi- .__--
i road cars of raw sugar- plus some. Constantine. i J. J. Williams of Helngar. Ala., days here with her grandparents The political affairs of Volusia A creeping plant with I,
train* rolled out of Clewlston recently -
have sharp
What' zing Port Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. M. M. Mr. and Mrs. J/ W. Griffis. County required more litiga- spines, known as the ,
for the at "punctul't
refinery
tion than those of
or A PAINFUL NEW YEAH daughter, Ruth, were visiting the Matchett and Mrs. Ed Durban of Mr. and Mrs. James Cox and any other Florida vine," Is costing California .
Wentworth, Ga. Each car contained There tl J .
r anywaymoney with 325: of BRADENTON--Motorcycle Officer former's sister, Mrs. Cora Sullivan, Lawtey.Mrs. I Miss Eloise Hardee visited relatives county. are two strong 000 to combat.DRINK.
250: bags pounds factions calls
?' in Waldo New Year's Thomas who has been here ; one the other the"ring"
raw sugar. Six tank cars of mo- D. C. Lewis' welcome to the on Day. Dyal Sunday. which
There lames by-product of the 'glade, New Year proved painful to him. I visiting h In_ High Springs, baa returned -I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were "machine." It calls has the first the
been
making moved separately from the He said be rode his motorcycle out I ZIFF t Oier home here this week. visitors to Starke Saturday "machine"versus
sugar "ring" In Volusia
The prig main shipment by the United' on Green Bridge spanning the' MIsn Lain Ma. Lewie. C............ Mia &Mrrhee Taylor has returned timers since old
Ing and Manatee River at midnight figuring to her) ome here after a visit can remember. But there -
States Sugar Corporation. Long BridgeAudrey are 0
"t productibie 4 --.SMOTHEREII. he could make enough noise Church services were conductedat with her aunt in Tampa. Belle Cor. puzzling realignments and no L .
Phillips, one who
foi IN CAVE there to be heard In Bradenton, Little Rock Church last Saturday There will be a cemetery workIng t lives outside of Volusia
and Sunday by the Rev. W. at the Santa Fe Cemetery the would attempt to explain the situation ,
ily to ( MIAMI-Collapse of a cave. they Manatee and Palmetto. He said he Chester Moody Mrs. Melba AT
means rt were digging In a sandbank smothered set the machine on Its stand start- I M. Moody and Harmon Moody of fourth Saturday In this month Moody, Miss Hazel Wbltehead and

more co Robert Joseph Dawson 16 ed the motor and opened the siren. LaCroase. January 23. All who are Interested Albert The fights between these factions LUNCD RECESS

betterand ,. and trapped his companion Robert The speed of the machine was too Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and are asked to participate in the Butler Moody Sundav were afternoon.visitors In Lake have brought the opposing
I
ma:! Earl de Pree, 12, for nearly. aahour. much for the siren. It exploded. daughter, Miss Hazel, Mrs. J. B. work. I Everybody. b--I Invited to Long captains to Tallahassee time and AFTER SCHOOL

to make Dug free by rescuers, young Particles of the metal lacerated the Thomas and grand-son, Lesley _- I again for hearings before the goy

more en De Free explained be managed to ifflcer'a left leg, thigh and back. Reynolds, all spent the holiday GUM BRANCH day Bridge afternoon.Sunday School Come every and bring Sun- ernor and before the supreme STARKE COCA-COLA
with Mrs. E. Howard at Fairbanks. court
Toothe n keep his nose free of Band by His trousers were ruined and the Miss Elizabeth Harnage Cor. Not long ago the national
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers and someone with you. guard BOTTLING CO.
mat breathing the air left In a pocket siren was a total loss.INVESTIGATE supervised an election. More
Robbie Parish and Miss Mae
too littl formed by his crossed arms. He --. daughter, Selma, of Graham, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ingham and recently justices of the supreme -
Johns married in -
were a quiet cer- -
and Mrs. J. G. Howard and children
to the 1 bail fallen face-downward. PAYROLLS children Cherry and J. C. and Mr. court personally supervised a re-
of Fairbanks, spent the holidays emony near here last Saturday count of ballots.
culture OCALA-State Senator C. A. and Mrs. B. E. Bellamy all of Jacksonville -

many et PASSED INTO HISTORY Savage Jr., of Ocala, and Representatives : here. with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde were the dinner guests of night.Miss Lois Moody, of Tampa, visited The Volusia countlans take their
Kelley.Mr.
concliutfarm KEY WEST--The Over Seas Ex- A P. Bule and W. E. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman Sunday her brother Jay Moody and politics seriously. There Is more

BI ten lon of the Florida East Coast Smith of Marlon County, have asked find Mullery Thomas father, N. G. Moody, last week. litigation over the election of a

farm 01quantity Railway, an outstanding feat of Comptroller J. M. Lee for detailed Oletha son and, Junior Odessa, and daughters, Airs.! T. N. Norman and daughter Everyone Is Invited to the Pleas- justice of the peace or county commissioner Ilf KISf

American railway engineering, Information about Florida Mrs. Fronnle Dorothy, spent Friday and Saturday ant Valley Church on than other counties have
We can passed Into this week for Clemmona and W J. Johns, all of with Mr and Mrs. H. M. :Mc- Thursday .
y \. history as payrolls the past two calendar Saturday and Sunday nights of every over sheriffs and< state senators. Cartful eoneldNQt1'
tory wh, ownership of the forty-mile stretchof )ears They also requested other Starke spent last Sunday here The endless wrangling In Volu- rrntlon of ln-
;vlth Mr and Mrs J, W. Lewis. Rae.Miss week. Special music will be
profltab viaducts bridges and rlght-of- stnte senators and representativesto Gladys Knight returned ala cannot be good for business nranee nerd
and
given by Miss Melbu and ,
Mrs. F. W. Moody K'
There wny changed to the Over Seas!I join them in asking Lee to fur- Reynolds and childrenof hove Monday! after spending the Miss Alice Kllllngsworth.! must interfere with concerted acton r' ,k oar. BIO 1)1. :-

volved! Roud & Toll Bridge Commission nish the Information at the eatiiest this Graham spent several days of past week In Jacksonville with R. B. Luke, Sum Traul and Miss for civic improvement. But c t'IDE'D"
week here with her mother
culture with payment of $0-10.000 to the possible time to friends and relatives.
t t> legislators "may Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Marguiet Traul, of Dukes Station neither side will give in and the
trol of P. E. C. management. The remainder have nn opportunity to study It L Mrs. H. M. Ingham and sons, were visiting Miss Melba Moodyand bat tie rages year after year.
O.
and
? such a a:, y.;, of the 180-mile extension and cliHCUHS it with Informed citizens Johnnie Lewis and sis Robert and Edwin of Jacksonville Miss The present situation
clear
last Sat-
Miss Audrey Phillips may
ter.
Lula Mae
sect; pee la to be conveyed to the Florida and be able to know, when we Arch Mann and : spent the week-end with her btoth- urday night. up to some extent in the prospective -

_I IA State Road Department in return arrive In Tallahassee: whether the sister Dansvllle Miss last Doris, were visiting In er-ln-law and sister. Mr. and Mis. The Rev. John Travis will preach legal battles. The case Is des-
for cancellation of various taxes various Sunday afternoon. J. N. Norman.
expenditures shown are in tlr.ed for the
: Mr. and Mrs ,'t Long Bridge Sunday Jan 10 at supreme court, no
Bill Hines and chil-
PEitTIBq totaling 75000. Badly damagedby accordance with the law or not. dren Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and 3 o'clock in the afternoon. doubt, and there the law or the
and Mrs. Rufus
the 1935 hurricane the Prescott, children of
$20.000- --- Rising section were : merits of the removal order
Woodrow --- will be
000 extension was abandoned by An Prescott and W. II. Prescott I guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. EJ-
Increase of 700 In the number Pasteurized milk Is digested tested. But when Volusia cases
: the railroad when receivers deter- of Mlllroy, Pa., spent the holIdays wards Sunday.Mr. .
Com I of barnstorming planes was here with their more easily and remains sweet are cleared up so far as the par-
f'l) mined cost of repairs to restore recorded at the Sacramento parents Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browningof
ticular .
I Calif., and Mrs. S. L. Prescott.W. longer than raw milk. litigation is concerned most
J. service too great to Justify expense, 'airport the first seven months of Raiford were guests of Mr. and of the state remains In the dark on
on the basis of available C. Dyal and Willie Stricklandof DOES! fit. ---
business j j 1930 ,Mrs. H. L. Edwards Saturday aft \UnRII IHIMTATIOVAKK >!
Graham were In our section \ 1OI' llf "
.. ernoon. Its not normal. Its nature's
::===, Thursday( afternoon. I "Danger Ahead.. Make this warning 250- BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull )
FUNERAL Miss Doris Mann spent the hol- test. lies buchu leaves, juniper oil
DIRECTOR ,clays in Jacksonville with friends PINE LEVEL and t other drugs, made Into IIttl.gr..n llni of Pafikpts Jt; Undertakers Supplies. ,
tablet, to flush out excessacids ",
ad relatives. .Mrs. II. M. McRae, CorrespondentElder and Impurities. Excess AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY
1 Hy Many Ymrs Experletiao Makes It Possible for Me to Reader acids
can cause irritation resulting in getting AND NIGHT
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Mr and Mrs. Lonnte Mann and up nlKhtH, scanty flow frequent
MOUKKATE: PRICES tobbie and Johnnie Lewis were at- E. R. Bowers of Staike I desire, burning\ backache: and, leg 53 PHONE 53
filed his pjitntn.. Just May Bukets to yourdrugglut. O. II. BENNETT j
DeWITT C. JONES ending to business In Micanopy regular appointment at In four days It not pleas. SlRr.
Starke, Florida Saturday, and while there were Pine Level Church Sunday night. I nl your tic will be. t rumied.. 1Gtellsll's "A HOME-LIKE

s'- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and airs O. J. Jackson ot Drug Store.

W Sowell. Sampson und! Mra. Mary Arnold INSTITUTION".r

and little son of Savannah, Ca.

f=LORIUA -H1 were visiting friends here Sunday
'tJt -HIGHLIGHTS
... h,_" "A! IrNNE11I@AN/ J Js afternoon.The .

prayer service nt the homeof

Mr. and Mrs. H. M, McRae on

R I New Year's night was well attend-

'-; v :O r Jed.i i.

s a i Mrs T. N. Norman and daugh-

: I ters, Helen and Dorothy of Gum I'
'
'
Ii'I Branch section visited relatives

here the latter part of last week.

The W. :M. U. Circle .
of Pine oma Ma. s OFFER No. IBmtibera .
Level Church Is urged to attend Preyt.a e _...I yea xu nvg ALL FOUH +
I a business Goad Stories,1 Tear FOB ONLY Agriculturist.y aQ FOB ONLY(
meeting Saturday aft-
Country Home.f J
ernoon. The r arm fmiraol.1'$1.80
1>1r. and Mrs. C. M. Phillips of AND THIS =
Foe Oo.Tear
For On*T..rI
Sampson were visiting H. M. Mc

.I S'i 4 Rae and family Sunday afternoon.The .

pound party given at the

home of :Miss Myrtlce Fountain nNotR McCALI'S

Friday night In honor of Frank

Fountain of Penney Farms wall THIS NEWSPAPER T '

i'i well attended and enjoyed by all. *

1>11'. and Mrs. F. W. Whittington for 1 year and

Pj4IOf t ff of Orlando: and Mrs. M. L. Wnittlngton -

of Cro aland. Ga., are
spending a few days here with her 3 Big Magazines

i .1 sister, Mrs.! F. Fender. THIS NEWSPAPER

r JlO/l.YJtf1OAflA. Mrs. A. J. Fender and mother, I
for
t I/ASYNE0/SY/NCT/O/ Mrs. F. Fender attended the beef one full yean t)

1411' In / 0'HAYING TtM!t> MOff canning at the home of Mrs. R. L. I And 4

;l WO/2LP &. & CQIPS Batten at Theressa Wednesday. e Big Magazines

.THAN ANY OW, 2.NAN Mrs. F. Fender and sister, Mrs

i IN 94MSRICA1N' F. \Whlttlngton of Orlando i Mala from Group A; S Magazines from Croup B.I/11 all

::r I (spent Monday with Mr. and Mra.T. 1
,,_ .... w1.Itl'I' /,.,
; : P. Denmark at Starke.

r ...- Mrs. Britton Alvarez had as S.I.ct l Any 3 Magazrn 1 I '

W I ; I I I guests Monday afternoon her From ...
776IffacT JfZOD.Y This List gle.Ao. lwe.free ...
1 mother Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Mrs. .nu..., .
Ptl L/CIZEO SKEET Df1U A. and -' pert. 1 vQmt4m a Nr/.k 1", ....,.. ---..--
anc A k I'|'L. Mrs. O. E. Crosby. Mrs. s."_ M_ i + _I y-r $ .."'"IMa 11-Mush. .all 0 H h.llryfarssl" ,
4 /,0TA'b" {f V.l.lO irAS G.Pa.V Marcus Conner Mrs. J. R. Kelly Cbl.ta." l.rdd' Ctrl .all 0 010'1' I"
BnrserMtuHhels
i and Mrs. B. M. McRae. P1.w.. Or.wse : = a Hen ...- : : 1 t.. .Q n.r... .W lr
WIC"s'; /N '/ Heueeaold Ma........ ..._... ..i yea a 1 ..I/IOn/ > 1" "' .Jour..., 11i
: i Remember (far ''_ .
M
I Sunday school _. JUSlOT .
every (lor )_ yea* a ...- I
iM..CCell' .
_' NiC.IrMepew II"H'H'-Sf..,.. 1
Sunday afternoon
I and prayer ser- Maaasiae yea* a . Jr
.
rt. .
iii. I II 1 1L I vice Sunday night at the church. MeedleeraH MOT ClaMte '1 y y-- a MwhCl0M Do"Nod' <'a,.) e _".. a ....srkM"'Ion"" 0. I"1rr
Ii OP. Hood (Bore) a 11_.... 6. a H./ro, .
yean ts' IO.,
;. I i ........' Ma....... --N a trn Patndv"" (wakir) 17r Q tlhurabd.,Nash... 1 I"
i i SAXTON PalhHnd.r (....klr) _I yea a ."... 1 r Q M.Ih 1C'1ea 1 Jr
i | Mn. W. A. T>l I.r, c...*...lil..t Pictorial B..,.+ l year a tictwl.l."....1..Slctrl. I" a 'NMet.e.h"i s !! LIft : 1;
"o\p."' re Farmeromaatia -2 yean A I
I. Miss Dorothy Storiea year n itrMS Bookl" lh a''''Ikriglwi., . 1'IP ',
Swanbom ,
left II .
Sereia Book r- TnII lr /ranw, ..,... 0 1,T ,
} Sunday for Tallahassee where she Southern Agriculturist _I re 0 ,._1... 'III 16"A/ or I : 2,..
i True Confessions .... a C/tt./
i is a student In the t ?-Lies Saca.. are '
.
1Ph 1Y t / Woman College : a 2" w'/
Womae/s World .
Won .
t journal ...
.
iota ; ;,T -GIM :=:-' '- e\OTB!-Clue*. 0... ./ .ti 'ftftmlnf hated g TMCMM,_' Ire g Cr A.....,M 1 X II

I, Mrs. W. A. Tyler and Mrs. Wi 0'' Trw Story.Uaivr./ <"It.. pie ....11. OJf eatjciluiion auk- a r gyp-.U'r..i.a.. ,... s::::1'.. ..'WlrpMaa. : 1 :; .:
i R. Swanbom visited Isr
I Mrs. A. C.
I' : Modern M.chaal. C InTl
livery: rear since: 1912 ODIS A. PORTER famous speed king h. ha timer are Gar Wood Sumner who Is a patient in Mrs. American Gill year'...r

famous professional, race timer of Hollywood Fla., and Kaye Don World. record speed boat racers.Arthur I I Gill's Hospital, Monday afternoon. fu Delineator toe j 11''.... / /I

has oiTlciutb'l at the Indianapolis speedway. lie Brisbane called the attention of the The Rerv. W. F. Hutson filled his rbysiaal. Culture. _11'-
G
is recognized as official timer of all major speed nation through; his widely published article., to ;{ regular appointment In Odes Bun- GENTLEMENI I EncIoM S

; events and clocked Sir Malcolm the the enormous SWEET POTATO iday. B !
Campbell as grown near o Offer Na I ao ., .NcaUnoLrBN"
CrilL'.i: e'ocd demon mashed three world recordsIn Clermont, Florida. This potato well deserved the |I O. T. Nelson! attended church In S a I.m ch.cklcg the Na DO 1 i
II
two minutes at Daytona Beach. In addition to publicity it received as it WM Indeed a giant of Lawtey Sunday. Ili UOII tll four pap.r magazla.e cI.81rd witla J a Y.aes'ub.erip-
.
C(
tininj: : a'ltomohl1 of
nil Schneider gcaptana< trials that have been held was between seven and eight inches in circumfer I I the Colombia Include I Nest. a
pecarry, tapir, sloth
armadillo -
14 America At Norfolk he timed Major Bernard ence. The huge proportions attained by this potato i nutria, pocuplne and -
.
.
i, \ !.a i took the cap to Italy by obtaining a is ample evident of the wonderful possibilities During the spring season oPOSUUl1.I s I Stre.1 cH.F.r I II I

r.peod of 271 miles per hour. He timed all thePutLer of Florid*'! nrtad pollen i
"D4.lP.1'o lOiI.--JXjJt grain have been found .
( _A I*" r I floating In iI
races from 1922 o to 1325. Among othe_ the air thirteen mile from the H Town end 8ui a I

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEORAni. STAItKE. FLORIDA AGK TURF
81 flAT JANUARY, 8, 1937
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'
*D'! ONE PROMISES ECONOMY WILL CONDUCT REVIVAL DIng around In the lakes for the WHAT HAPPENED HERE IN 1936
pleasure and amusement. of some
IN INAUGURAL SPEECH I II __ I people. \ BRIEFLY TOLD IN REVIEWA I

: 'I l think and believe that the citizenship -
-
following are excerpts from, the more money than we did in the .rT TTrLT' I of this great State desires 1 King: has abdicated his throne; mers'' market to be built here

augural address of Governor few years before but we find that that the lawful branch of our government a nation has become Involved in j I City Council announces a ten

ed P. Cone delivered in Tallahas- some of our departments of goy I to-wit, the Legislature, civil war; a President has been re- per cent discount on light bills
i e Tuesday: : ernment and some people, instead I should have the power to do all of elected. Momentous things hap- ', paid before seventh' of month.

I+ "My friends, there are two ques- : of becoming tax-minded are what these things, and I am going to say pened throughout the world dur- j I Bradford County goes into Jacksonville
whatever while I am here, that 1 Ing 193d. And while they were WPA district.
"rn Ions that are foremost' in the I you call spending-minded or right now
Inds of the people of every dem- I you call It, and have got in the am not going to try to Interfere coming to pass, let's turn back the Court house addition completed)
ratlc form of government-they habit of thoughtlessly and care- V _with the lawful powers of the Legislature pages of the Telegraph and see I by the WPA at a cost to the coun-

I e two simple words when you lessly spending and wasting the ( but I am going to try to what was happening: in our own I ty of: $3,100. County officiate

,' 11 them, but they affect practi- people's money, and practically all the best of my ability to look after Bradford County during the same move .utto new office
rally' everything that has to do of these so-called boards and com the executive department of this period of I Ime After falling; through WP A,

with any democratic form of gov- missions have Increased their expenses I government, and let the Legislature JANUARY! county/ stockmen take matters Into
Wnment. One of them is finance, to such an extent that It Is I look after their part. I am To start the year off right, the own hand and begin fencing

' and the other one Is taxation. almost a disgrace to our State. 'I going to try to co-operate with Young Democratic Club staged one Stake to keep cattle out of city

.q "There bas always been disputesand "Take the State Road Department I them and want them to cooperatewith of the moat successful Jackson Day pound.
"t t will be about : ,-the money that has been : me, but we have three Dinners here In January that was Armed man takes $103 from
always disputes
the question of finance and taxation -' wasted in that Road Department i I branches of government In this held In the state. The Bradford Mrs. C. C. Jones at her residenceon

as long as we have free governments would take care of practically any' State, the legislative, executiveand Club was widely commended for Walnut St., and the next night
Its efforts in behalf of the Democratic every housewife In town makes
rp end it Is well that it other want that we should have. judicial, but they are separate
n'! ahould be, and my friends I am going Our State Racing Commission has branches, and each of them should :: National Campaign fund. three trips'to be sure the backdoor :
I, uselessly to affairs and not It was this month that witnessed is locked.Industrious .
to give you my Idea of what spent enough money manage its own go
should be done in regard to the give every county in this State Inji I and try to dictate what the legislature the electrocution of Lonnie Drooker farmer
- finance and taxation situations In from two to three thousand dollars .t should do. I am going to Green, young negro, who was convicted make $28,000 on tobacco crop.
, this State. extra money, to help out with recommend to them In a lawful for the murder of Evaline Farmers In all sections of the county -

friends In their expenses. i I way what I think should be done, Frazier, a little negro girl, for the seriously! consider moving to
"My depart- ILt4
every +s iL Jr Brooker.
ment of this State the Income Is "Things of this kind I am going : \ and leave them free to carry out purpose of getting revenge on her

sb I Increasing every month; it Is Increasing to try to eliminate if I possiblycan I the mandates of their people back mother. AUGUSTKnockknock
so fast, to wit: The gasoline do it, and I believe that the I I home, and then, my friends, I be- Towns along (the route of Road fad hits town, but
tax money increases at the Legislature will be 100 per cent lieve we will have more ordeilyi 13 organized: to work for the com- lies out before any positive cases
''r in this State. pletion of this Important highway of Insanity have been reportedBiggpHt ,
rate of a million and a quarter dollars I with me. They have assured me, I government
I between Baldwin and Yulee. The real estate deal of the
a year, and every other department practically 75 or 80 per cent of "We are coming Into what Is
them that are with me in this' I I humane the time finished road would mean increased year takes place when Standard
Is Increasing; so that if they known a* a age,
I
'y
we would take our financial sys- program 100 per cent, and If they that we must think more about I tourist traffic through Starke. 011 Company buys Smith's Filling

tem in this State and our expenses, do, then we will put this State on .. I humanity and leas about the almighty !- I! Jacksonville announced an open Station for $10.5OO.SKlTKMHKIt.
the
because
fight on project It
and bring it down to a level, good, a Democratic, business baste, and t dollar. For 150 years the '
honest, straight business basis, and when, we do, we will have all of the I American people have used' up the would route (raffle around that Uncle Rand Albert, faithful

hold it still for a few years, we money that we need for every purpose -I t VI 'natural resources of this country, city. slavery time negro, who made a
would have all of the money in whatsoever I| that nature gave to everybody, and Because of differences over the regular' appearance In town every
this State to do anything with, "The hardest time I am going to I ,f A tt j they have passed Into the handsof Ire matter of salaries, the entire city day to sweep out certain places of
that we needed. have Is going,to be in the next 18 a few, and there have been built department resigned and new business, died September' 3.
"But the unfortunate thing has months or two years. We have up colossal fortunes that can hard- firemen' were employed by the New cut-off opened on Road IS
counciL
t happened that every time we get coming up'now some extra things ly be measured by figures, and through Lawtey. Several bad
FKimilAKV
new money we have new expenses, that we did not ,all expect, out of while they have been doing that, curves eliminated.
and with all of the millions of dol- the ordinary, that we have got to millions of people have been marta N. D. Wainwright, popular Brad- B. II. S. Begins Its forty-second

lars that we have increased our In- look,into and take care of., One of paupers. We have seen them ford County tax assessor, announced term' with an enrollment of near
come In the last few years, that them Is the old age pension voted walking the streets, looking for that he would not be a candidate 800.
have been stated by the previous by a mandate of the people, and V something to do, because they had for re-election' and would retire Commissioners agree to purchase
governor, such as extra liquor taxI I we have got to provide this fund nothing to eat.Ve have got to, from office after' thirty-two yearsIn market site If time payment cane

increases In gasoline taxes, racIng from five or six or maybe seven I l In this government' If we expect the assessor's' office > arranged.

e r'. and other taxes, the expenses million dollars extra money, In order to survive aa a democratic govern W W. Balsdon. county Jailor, J. M. Mitchell died September 14
have Increased right along with all to carry out this mandate.What ) DR. WALT HOLCOMB! ment, keep looking after the great died February 9, at the age of six- of Injuries received In an automobile
of those extra things. is going to worry me more ; mass of human beings that makesup ty-three. accident
Atlanta who will conduct series of at the cour I t
"I don't know what would have than anything else Is how we will evangelist a meetings ,. our government, because no Sternberg's Store robbed of OCTOBER
} house here beginning Friday night, January 8, at 7:45: o'clock. An In
happened if these taxes hadn't Increased raise that money without extra stltute of evangelism will be held each morning government can be. better' than roods: valued at $300. Bradford County tax levy re-
the income. I don't know taxation and without putting any Its citizenship, and, my friends, we \KCII I mains approximately the sama for
whether the expenses would have more taxes on the back of the have got to look on the human Assistant State's Attorney A. SCrews I new year. Property here assessed
stayed stationary or not. Take two people of this State, but I tell you limited expense accounts, that they the Legislature only appropriatingnine side of things. died, :March 14. j at $60, J3.
years ago, our Income was about right now, that if the Legislaturewill might have thought something or ten million dollars of that "Our President has taught Dr. E. L. Biggs died March 22. WPA announces that It has
about some of our constitutional amount, expended by them. In great
thirty-five million dollars, and the do it, and I believe they will and hall led the for this Strawberry season begins' in ,spent $05,00060 on Bradford projects -
officers here. other words, I believe that the con- ua way;
expenses about the same thing. with the moral backing of the cit earnest with four cars on way to .
"It is going to be idea to stitutional branch of this great agitation Is going on all over
my pay govern-
Now our Income has increased to izens of this State, we will take market. NOVEMBERSlot !
but I do ment the should the country In behalf of human beings -
Legislature
people a living salary, appropriate
about of this AI'KIL of Brad-
forty-three or forty-four care extra item, without machines voted out
not believe in the payroll dollar spent by this and the preservation of our
packing
million dollars, in two years and putting any more taxation on the every and unless do County Commissioners make ford County, but licenses are good
free we
government,
with hundreds of that we Government, whereas It really
people ap-
our expenses have kept pace with people of the State. provision for hiring a county agentIn I until October 1937. After that
this we will not have a free -
government
don't about 25: cent of the
the Increaaea. All of this increase, "All we can do, my friends, Is need.Money propriates per because Is view of the prospect of establishing mother can send Johnny to the
government no
Is In this State.
for School."Then that spent
now, has been wrung out of the to give the best government with money better than Its of a farmers' market here ,store for groceries without being:
citizenship.
L the least I we have our schools and Yes, I contend that every dollar Bradford had been without
taxpayers of this State. amount of taxation."It an afraid he'll use up all the change
"There is no way to get a dollar'In Is not my Idea to cut people's educational system to take care of. that Is expended in this State "I don't care who a man is, he agent for several years. trying to hit the Jack-pot.
the State Treasury, to be used salaries. I do not believe in paying That Is the moat Important depart should be passed on by the Legis- might be the leading churchman of I Strawberry prices remain goodas Graham and New River precincts -

for expenses, except for some taxpayer niggardly salaries. That Is false ment of our government becauseour lature, after these different depart- his city or the leading businessman season reaches peak' fail to cast a single Repub-
to pay It. In some form or economy and it could be a bad boys and girls will be the future ments have been properly budgeted of his State; his character MAY lican vote.

another, :My policy will be to go I thing to come In here and cut men and women we will leaveIn and I shall contend that all of might be as pure and perfect as Total movement of berries from Sea Island cotton season brought

slow and follow one of the old '' people's salaries; because the laborer charge of our government a few the money collected In this State, possible to attain and surrounded this county estimated' at 3,376,023 Bradford growers about $10,000.It .

principles of democracy that are Is always worthy of his hire, years from now, and our government by whatever means, shall first be by pearls of brilliant lustre, but If pints with a return to growers of Is expected that 1,000 acres will
old the but I not will be theirs, and how It will 'put In the treasury of the State, his heart does not beat for man- $24 ,279.68.
as as Nation itself, and that am going to put 10 or 15 be planted next season.
is the be will depend on what we do for where It belongs, and appropriatedout kind he Is not the proper man to for
best government with the I or 20 men on the payroll, when Registration primaries In Planning council submits six-
least amount of taxation. we don't; need but five. That has them now. If we can, we should by the Legislature, and that rule over the destinies of a free June breaks all county record year program to WPA; sixteen desired
"If we do that we will be following I been the trouble with our Govern- avoid any neglect In the educa- everyone of these commissions people. You have got to have that Sheriff W. J. Epperson died :May projects would total $363.095.:

one of the oldest principles ment today, putting people on the tion of our children, for the found- and boards be budgeted by the human touch where you can look 7. At time of death he had been Enoch Tyson sentenced to five

of democracy that we have in the payroll when we didn't need them, ation of the government Itself depends Legislature Itself, the only constitutional over the dollar like Roosevelt has making an active race for the years for attempting to poison
Democratic Party from Its adoption because somebody else pays the I on them, for no governmentIs power that we have In this done, and look Into the faces' of State Senate from thin district, following small negro' boy. Insurance policy
and birth.and it Is as old as bill I believe the minds of the better than Its citizens. I am State for that purpose, and when the masses of the American people his announcement' of retire- I said to be motive.
the Nation Itself. 'people of this State are already going to give the schools every we do that we will begin to have and say that they shall not ment from the Sheriff's office. Large pecan crop In year.

"The Democratic Party has always made up on that question, and I am dollar that we can give, commensurate orderly government In this State."I starve, but shall get' some of the Forty-three candidates for coun- brings growers around 9000.

t been an enemy of taxation, I not going to put a single man on with a business and economical am proud of a lot of our good things that are handed out ty offices file expense: statements i Drawings for farmers' market
and and I the boards and commissions; if we can In this Nation of ours. That Is' !
when you follow Democratic the payroll unless I am satisfied government, hope JWNK are completed and project readyto
principles, they have always been that he Is absolutely needed. school people will co-operate withus afford that luxury, I am proudof the great democratic principlethat Charley E. Johns, Fred Haten, I be submitted to WPA.
the enemy of every tax on earth. "Some of the salaries paid in this because our hearts will be with the board of patrol that we have we get back to, of the greatest E. K. Perryman, A. O. Andreu, C I State officials announce that

"A tax Is nothing In the world State are very inadequate. You the boys and girls of this State, I here that rides up and down the good for the greatest numberof A. Knight, elected In first prl fifteen people have been killed In

but a penalty or fine for our livingin take some of the highest elective and every dollar that we can leg- ,' road and looks after the filling I people. mary Records broken In county automobiles In Bradford County
a free government, because you officers In this State, the Cabinet itimately spare, taking into consideration stations and one thing and another. "That Is democracy, and whenIt with a total vote of 2,233. since
cannot: run a government without officers, are the most poorly paid, I' the needs of this govern- I am proud of them, but, my ceases, then democracy ccaaes Revival of Sea Island cotton industry 1933.DECEMBER:

finances, and you cannot get finances and I think that while the past leg ment, I am going to give to the friends, they should have been au- I That Is the reason why I have always In county begun with more State board orders advance In
without taxation."I islatures were increasing some of schools. I want them to get a thorized by the Legislature, and tried to be fair to the labor- than 300 acres planted. milk priced In Bradford County.
certain amount of that they not be put on by the State Road Ing man and the farmer and classes Andreu takes
find that in the last few years the big salaries, and furnishingfree money office to fill un- Merchants report Christmas business
r we have collected a great deal cars to ride in, and almost un- can count on, and not depend on Department of that kind, because they need expired term of Epperson. better than In 193:).
collecting any particular taxation. "It Is very nice for us to have an help, and the others can look out J30.00O in baby bonds paid out A wave of turkey hash threatened -
Hits Tax Powers of Board airplane to be used by the State, for themselves. to World War veterans here for to Inundate Bradford husband

THE TEMPERATURE TELLS "There Is one thing especiallythat but if they want to go around In "That Is what the great masses bonus In the week between Christmas and

I believe causes us more trou- one, the Legislature should be In of the people need today, la to be County CommlHloners give $600, New Year's, but no fatalities went )
ble in this State than any other favor of It and appropriate the helped until they get a start. The making It possible for this countyto reported.

00I one thing, and that is the tax money lawfully and orderly, to pay people that are already started participate In Federal Social ---+- ---
powers that are given certain the expenses for the aviation de- and have plenty don't need help Security program. The largest active volcano In the
I boards and commissions that are partment of this State, and not The others. the great manses of the JULY: world Is Kilauea In Hawaii. Its ,

not responsible to the State or any- just let the State Road Depart- people, need Help, and everybody Farmers pleased with results of crater la two miles In diameter
one else. We look at the pictureof ment go Into the aviation business must share In what prosperity we selling truck crops from small --+ '
the State collecting forty-three If these things can be done we have or we won't have any democ platform near railway station The Honolulu chamber of com-

or forty-four million dollars, and may have some submarines run- racy." Many are anxious for larger far merce was organized In 1850.

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BR/\DI'ORU COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, fLORID.* FRIDAY. JANUARY II, (937(
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-- ---- -- --- -- - -- -- -- I I W. M. S. Circle Meetings I I Kathleen Stockwell Has Party Auxiliary To Meet ,

Festival Queen Among
Orange ,
Mm W E. l\f1Jdleton was hostess I I Kathleen Stockwell celebrated The Ladles' Auxiliary oi tto..
The Snow on the Mountain to circle Number One of the I, her tenth birthday on New Year's Presbyterian Church will meet I!
jocictyA) I Womans Missionary Society of the Day with a tacky party given by the home of Mr. /and Mrs 'r ;;

Methodist Church Monday afternoon ; her slcter. Mary Lorraine at the Williams Tuesday night at 7 :n
I at her home on W. Madison I home of their parents Mr. and o'clock. Mrs. K. G. Duncan u 11//
.- U.P"TT Street. I Mi s. C. L. Stockwell. have charge of the program. TI ,.
The devotional service was conducted The living and dining rooms topic will be "Africa"

U. D. C. Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Manning I by Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, were opened ensulte and were decorated Mrs. R. F. Clark will lend tn"?

, In Lawtey Entertain For Daughters' who talked on crossing the thresh- with Fall flowers for the devotional.
and party. The dining table was cen- __
Mrs. V. P Manningwere I old of a new year quoted -
: and
U. D Mr.
: The W. T. Weeks Chapter afternoon hosts to a number of young Whittler's Inspiring lines: tered with a beautifully lightedbirthday The W. C. T. U. will be held ,n luv],,

, C., met, at In Lawtey the home Wednesday of Mr. and people at their home at the State i "I know not where His Islandslift I cake. week with Mrs. J. T. QUigley ,,n

W. Roberts, and were Farm Thursday night of last week. I A prize was won by Patsy Keen Friday afternoon as usual. They.
:Mrs. George Misses r for having the tackiest costume. meetings are strictly informal ,
their daughters and
entertained by Mrs. Roberta, Mrs honoring Their fronded palms in air; helpful and Christian
Mrs. Effle Miner and Ella Mae and Thelma, on their After playing many amusing women of all
t Hal:Mrs.Edwards Annie E. Dinkins. Large birthdays, which were December I only know I cannot drift games and contests the guests faiths are Invited to join tfa.

: bowls of gladioli and calendula 31 and December 19. The home d I Beyond His love and care." were served hot chocolate and group.
with the holiday I Middleton cake. Those present with the ..-
s Ii were placed in the living room and was very attractive As circle leader Mrs. -
" dining: room, which gave an added decorations of red and green. e' I conducted a business session, at honoree and hostess were: Mar- The first submarine cable con-
+ charm to this attractive home. Guests were Invited for 9 o'clock _- which time Mrs. W. G. Haile was jorie and Ida Lulu Davis Carolyn, nected Ireland and Newfoundland
and various forma of amusementwere _-' chosen as circle secretary, :Mrs. E. Patsy and Barbara Keen, Fay and .- -_
Davia enjoyed. As the old year K. Perryman as treasurer, and Mary Alice Yarbrough, Josephine Chromium plated parts usually
2 after considerable faded out they danced the new ,S Mrs W. B. Parks, social service Johns Freddie Wimberly Sharon call be cleaned satisfactorily witha

Icelved/ attention, she read a report year In.The chairman. The following visitingi Hill Cainlta: Hutto Frankie Mor- dampened cloth.

from the general convention held large birthday cake with i i I committee was appointed: :Mrs A. gan, and Elise Green. ------

in Dallas Texas. In this report It I the lighted candles centered the "Slm | W. Anderson, Mrs. Pearl Simpson ---.---- Venice's Rialto bridge was constructed -
was stated that the United Daught table In the softly lighted dining and Miss Kate Struth. Finance At least 18 varieties of colorblindness in the latter part of the
t t; ten of the Confederacy have 41000 ,- i room where hot chocolate marsh. committee: Mrs.!' E. K. Perryman, have been recognized. I sixteenth century
: members in the U. S As the I mallows, and cake were served. Mrs. A Z. Adkins and Mrs. 1. F. -
:19th of this month la the Those enjoying the evening were I Smith. Miss Kate Struth, chairman -
f' miry of the birth of Robert annlver-I Misses Evelyn Townsend Rosell i of Baby Specials reportedthat '\f'" '

r.. the historian read an interesting Noyle, Merdls Thornton Wilma : d during the past quarter the i
ii" paper on the life of this noted soldier I Thornton, Ferol Jones, Amelia I i parents of the little people in her / / / /

f' of Virginia. Wainwrlght Dorothea Wainwright, charge have given $6.55, which baa \,
During the social period piano I Louise Drew, Irene Yarbrough Selma I e j been used for local and state work. tB CRpS }RED
. numbers were given by Mrs. E. K. Thornton, Betty Stringfellow The subject of the program leaf.
;. Ferryman Mrs. A. M. Darby and Sadie Prince, Iris Crews Violet I let was "Our Dollars at Work In
'", :Mrs. P. H.: 'Long'. f Rhoden Rivers Hundley WIHa I Home and Foreign Lands," and 7a" t0 Uli.r4 .
E'' The hostesse: Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Mae Stafford, Mrs Tyson, Miss this subject was studied by both
h!> Edwards Mrs Miner and Mrs. Din- Pearl Manning of Tampa, Miss I I WINTER HAVEN-Queen Beatrice Hack of Florida Oranre Festival circles.
: kins, assisted by Patsy Lee Roberts Beatrice Moseley of Starke Mr. U not frown' however, because this "Snow, on the !Mountain" la the The hostess served a salad ri<
served coffee and apple pie Theo Hall of Fargo, Ga., Messrs. beautiful Camellia Sawuiqua now looming at the Cypress Gardens, one course to the following circle mem-
of a collection of thirty-five varieties. Photo by Dablfren.
's. a-la-mode, to the following guests: Albert Stafford, Albert Yarbrough, bers: Mrs A. W. Anderson, Mrs.
:Mrs. O. L. Haynes :Mrs. F. H. Earl Wade O. J. Howard, J. N. --- --- -- Hogan Smith, Mrs. B. M. :Mont-

.fr Long, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. Oliver H. B. Kelly L. O. Jones Baptist W. M. U. Names Brilliant Reception HonoringMrs. gomery, Miss Kate Struth, Mrs.
L. A. Davis, Mrs E. S. Matthews Johnny B. Jones, Billy Tompkins Circle MembersThe John Milton BrownleeThe Pearl Simpson Mrs. A. F. Sauls 1
.\ :Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs A. M. John Crews Billy Reddish, Joe Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. W B.

Darby. Reddish Tyson Kelly, Jack Under- three circles of the BaptistW. outstanding social event of Parks Mrs E. K. Perryman, Miss A/'WAM'KNii' J'AtAON IIilflAa. NVJ6'GC1RA +'o
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hill and James Norman. M. U. were entertained by the the new year was a reception giv- Olive Ray, Mrs. Bynum Perkins 'oa
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President of the society, Mrs. A. en Saturday afternoon by Mrs. J. and Mrs. W. G. Halle.
REAL Miss Margaret Lowry M. Darby at her home Monday aft- M. Brownlee In honor of her Circle Number Two was enter '

i Gives Tea ernoon. The devotional was led by daughter-in-law .Mrs. John :Milton tained by Mrs. J. W. White, and
Mrs. Darby. The business meet- Brownlee whoae marriage was an the worship period was conductedby f'
" ESTATE Miss Margaret Lowry entertained Ing was followed by a social hour event of December 26, In Bainbridge Mrs. T. J. Griffin, who used as ANNOUNCEMENTWe
at tea, from four to six Wed- .
when delicious refreshments were Ca.Receiving
IF YOU WANT TO the basis of her talk the Bible "
afternoon at the home of
BUY I nesday served. at the front door was verse, "Ye have not passed this
RENT
SELL OR
G. H.
her Dr. and Mrs.
I SEE US- parents The circles for toe coming year Mrs. Harold C. Wall, and stand- way heretofore." Joshua third are pleased to announce to our Friends
Lowry. are as follows: ing In the arch-way between the chapter and fourth verse. The

" WILSONREALTY The guests were entertainedwith Circle No. :1: Mrs L. G. Powell, living room and wide hall was the program, "Our Dollars at Work" and Customers in Bradford County that
music and readings, also a leader; Mrs. E. C. Priest, Sec'y hostess, who presented the arriv was conducted by Mrs. A. Wood.
CO. contest called "States of the Un- Mrs. O. ing guests to the bride. Mrs. C. L. Stockwell, circle leader
Mrs. F. F. Flume, Treas.;
Lor- MR. LLOYD J. GREEN has accepted the
ion. In this contest Mary
handsome In business session
W. Alderman, Mrs. O. A. Anderson The hostess was a presided over a ,
(ITr raine Stockwell was awarded the Mrs. Alma Bain Mrs. G. H. dress of black flat crepe, trimmed and at this time Mrs. H. B. Mc-
prize. Bennett Mrs. Eastman Mrs. W. A. with touches of gold; and the, Lendon was made circle treasurerand Agency for our BETTER QUALITY FERTILIZERS -

Invited to this tea were: Marlon I Feeler, Mrs. Mary G. Foster Mrs blonde bride was lovely in a black Mrs. J. W. White secretary.
fI1If:? and Helen Dowllng Jean Davis I Geo. B. Flynn :Mrs. J. D. Goodman silk net gown, fashioned on long ; The president, Mra. A. Wood, He is stocking our Old Line .,
Louise Stern, Nettle Dowling Mrs. Gill Mrs. Pate moulded lines. i
I I Faye read an annual report of th&work
Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Mary Gassett Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck Mrs. Mrs. Eugene L. :Matthews directed I accomplished by the Society, and Brands as well as all fertilizer materials forquick

Lorraine Stockwell, Jenelle Hut- H. D. Hemingway Mrs. Frank the guests to the dining room, stated that the total amount for l.l*"
chins, Betty Green, and L'Etta Hemingway, Mrs. T. M. Hutchings, where they were net by :Mrs. A. V. all purposes in 1936 was $507.36. delivery.Let .

trr1" Corpening. Mrs. David Kite, Mrs. L. W. Kick- Long and Jrrrs 'S. T. Dell otGalnesvl1ls. The hostess assisted by Mrs. O. .
liter, Mrs. Lawson Mra.! C. G. / The beautifully appointed -
W. White, served refreshments to
Guild MeetingThe Priest Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Annie Mr. Green supply needs. We
Pitts table was covered with a the following guests: Mrs. C. L. your
Studio Richard, Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Mrs. lace cloth and centered by an arrangement -
Uprights St. Mark's Guild of the Epis- Stockwell, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs.
Jas. Mrs. J. B. :Mrs.S. know he will be delighted to
copal Church held its business Silcox Sapp, of white narcissi and A. Wood Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. serve you.
I and Grand PianosALSO E. Sparks Mrs. E. M. Thomas Terns. Red candlea were also used
meeting Monday afternoon at 3:30: W. A. Bessant Jr., Mrs. H. B. Mc-
o'clock at the home of Mr. and Miss E. S. Tison, Mra. Nat Williams to advantage. Pouring Russian Lendon Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs D.

t, GUARANTEED USED Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. W. D. Williams Mrs. tea were Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and E. Knight, Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand t
I A. E. Wall\ Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Mra W. L. Wall, and assisting in
PIANOSA Mrs. L. S. Hutto.
Mrs. J. L. Frazee president, pre- ;
Circle No. 2: Mrs. J. M. Brown- serving were Mrs. Marcus Conant
Price for FocketbookLILLIAN'S' sided at the meeting and also led I .
every lee, leader; Mrs S. L Peek, Sec'y; of Jacksonville Mrs. F. A. Canovaof TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
the devotional. Plans for the new
The Junior Woman's Club will
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Treaa; Mrs.' Gainesville, and Mrs. J. E. Wil-
year were discussed and three pro- W. B. Alexander, Mrs. O. A. An- meet Tuesday afternoon Jan. 12 at

: MUSIC STORE jects were adopted. dreu Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Mrs. P. son.One hundred guests were Invited, 3:30: o'clock. Hostesses are Do- Dyal-Upchurch Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.

f, Opp. Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez concludedthe M. Barefoot Mrs W. A. Bessant, among those from out-of-town shilL Smith chairman; Margaret Nos,,
program by giving a reading Mrs. R. L. Crews, Mrs. E. E. Ca- were: Mra. Lee Graham, Mrs. W. Pearce, Marjorie McMillan, Mildred
.: on New Year's Resolutions. nova, Mrs. P. E. Canova Mrs. W. S. Graham, Mrs. Addison Pound Brown. II

J. Epperson, Mrs. W. M. Edwards Mrs. Wilmot Newell, Mrs. Gus Mc-
.., brace distinctive flowers I Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Mrs. A. J. Grlff Mrs. A. V. Long Mrs S. T. I

' cherry at herschel Grlffis, Mrs Lloyd Green, Mrs. L. Dell Mrs. P. A. Canova, Mrs. Eva NEW FLA. GAL.
I G. Hemingway Mrs. J. J. Jones, Dell Mrs. J Maxie Dell, Jr.- Miss j
Jacksonville Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Mrs R. L. Mary Virginia Dell Mrs. J. J. Ca SYRUP 37c GREEN'SSTORE A REAL GOOD GUARANTEED'

phone 7-2129 Kemp Mrs J. H. Lord Mrs. Thos. nova Mrs. W. G. Bruce, Mrs. De- .
mart center' pieces unusual corsage I :Mersereau, Mrs. W. D. Pender Witt C. Jones, Miss Elise Jones, all
fIon era for gifts Mrs Chas. Powell Mrs. W. H. of Gainesville; Mrs. Turner Boyd, FLOUR
Perkins Mrs. F. O. Peterson, Mrs.R. of Bronson; Mrs. Marcus Conant, 7 ScOur
R. Prevatt, Mrs. Blanche Wynn Mrs. J. F. Carpenter, Jacksonville; VERY BKST 24 Lbs.

Robinson, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds Mrs. DeWItt Hague, Miss Martha RICE SIbs 23c CASH & CARRY
Mrs. J, L. Simmons, Mrs. R. A. Hague, Mrs. Annie Turner, Mrs. .
SPECIAL REDUCTION Thomas, Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mra. J. Sarah Smoak, all of Alachua; Mrs. STARKE, FLA.

E. Wilson, Mrs P. B. Johns. J. W. Killlan of Waynesville, N. C.,
Young Matron's Circle: Mrs. B. Mra. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. W. G. Policy Is to Sell the Best Quality of Groceries and Meats at
M. Fussell, leader: Miss Wilma Stringfellow, Mrs. Annie Richard,
All Times At The Lowest Possible Prices.
c SALE Alexander Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs Morgan Richard, all of the
Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. Paul Ca State Farm; Mrs. Hal Edwards,
nova, Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. R. J. I Mrs L. H. Hill Mrs. L. H. Hill Jr.. 1-LB. CARTON JEWEL
ROUND STEAK lb. 20c
Davis Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. H. Mrs. Effle Miner, Mrs. G. W. Rob 50c
t T. Hall, Jr.. Mrs. J. S. Hall Mrs. erts, Mrs W. E. Torode, Mrs By- LARD
E.V.. Hayes, Sr? Mrs. E. W. num Perkins all of Lawtey; Mrs.C. FRESH!' PORKSAUSAGE

JUST A FEW SPECIAL PRICEREDUCTION Hayes, Jr., Mrs. R. R. Hutchings, W. Chalker Gulfport, Miss., PRINCEALBERTcan lOc Lb. __.___ 25c
Mrs A. H Johns, Mrs. C. A. Mrs George W. Marks DeLand;
Knight, Mrs. W. C. Manning, Mrs. Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere Uriah, Ala. i PET OB CARNATIONLEMONS GOOD UIIITEBACON
Ladies' and W. B Mundy Miss Amy Moore. .-- I A
Mrs. T. K. -McClane, Mrs.- R. A. Inman Green HonoredMr. HULK tall can 7c Lb. 18c
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Newaome' Mrs. H. E. Priest Mrs. !
Children'sCOATS ON and Mrs. Lorenzo Green
Paul Raymond. Mrs. Earl Searing, en- CHUCK ROAST on
Mrs. Orle Wiggins tertained with a weiner roast at Doz. 7/2C
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ALL BLANKETS ---. their suburban home Tuesday night ,I I STEAK Lb. _.. 12/2c
at 7:30: o'clock In honor of their
Buffet SupperThe SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c ARMOUR'S STAR PICNIC -5 to 6 LBS/
son Inman, who celebrated his
AND Sub-Debs entertained at 8 birthday at that time.. HAMS Lb. 18c
a cluck last Friday night with a Games, contests and songs add- I FKO.;
TO
CLOSE OUT I buffet supper given in the home ed to the merryment of the group 3c
COMFORTSIII
SALT
I i of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Colley. gathered around a huge fire which << Pkg. - NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c

i MHEimBBDBEnfflBBBBELADIES' .... at 1 1 I M1 lIMUJl.JfJnALL I The supper table was centered blended harmoniously with the Autumn HOME GROUSD.
I with an artistic arrangement of atmosphere.After nin
SILK OUR seasonal flowers. The Christmas roasting weiner- the MF.AI. I 10 Lbs. 25c
Ufa was further carried out t with guests were served hot chocolateand REEF STEW\ Lb. We
1 arrangements of flowers and Yuletide Individual cakes.
DRESSES SWEATERS decorations in the living room. About twenty-five young people Ida BOX SIDE OR !SHOULDER' -
After supper the Sub-Debs and enjoyed the evening with Inman ASPIRIN Box 3clOc
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I their escorts attended the picture'at -. PORK Lb. 15cMUSTARD
the local theatre. QUART JAR
AT TO BECLOSED y W. A. MeetingThe
About twenty-one were presentat of.
I this Y. W. At held Its regular l PORK
delightful affair.Woman's
:
r GREATLYREDUCED OUT -.-- :' business and program meeting CHOPS, Lb. __ 1L c
n 'Tuesday evening at 6:45: o'clock at
Club the home of Mra H. T. Hal). Jr. Qt'ART JARPEANUT GREEN FLORIDACABBAGE.'
' REGARDLESSPRICES I Will Meet Wednesday 'I with ten members' present. Those ; BUTTER 23c
Lb. 2c
I The January meeting of the taking part on the program were .
Womans ChiJj:! will be held Wednesday Misses Wilma Alexander. Lillian GROUND \ILY
( : COST PRICE the 13th. at the club house. Stump Thelma Alvarez and Amy : (1I

. Mra A. Z. Adkins has charge of Moore. Prayer was led by Miss PURE COFFEE Lb. 111 ie CATSUP lOc
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the meeting and the subject is Fannie Silcox and the Scripturewas
"Legislation." L. F. Chapman, superintendent given by the president' Mrs rnuxFUKES
: of the State Paul NO. t CANS-STANDARD
Prison
ALEXANDER COMPANY Raymond.
,; Farm will\ 0e the guest speaker' Mra. H. L. Brownlee. Mra. W L TOMATOES K6Vc 2 Pks. 15c }
Wall\ and Mrs H. T Hall served can I
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YOU !IA\K \\LIEN YOU BUY .\T ,
Ben White drove! Rosalind to win delicious refreshments to those
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I Mrs, D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. Mi and Mrs. R M Sparkman j|I Miss Miriam Ja obs loft Satui-' Mr and Mrs Ccorgt B Flynn The spacious residence of-('01.
T T Long were visiting friends at i and l ]Mi and Mrs Twvman Marshall day for Jacksonville to ivsumr, her .u\1I I daughter. n..lty Ann. wire, and Mrs H V Knight on Walnut
I the State Farm' Wednesday of Jacksonville, were visitors, I hiU; ,* as a member of the faculty week-end guests of Mrs Flynn Street, has during the past few
1 I
Bits of here Sunday. i m one of the schools there. mother. Mrs Florence E. Canova weeks been completely renovated
Mrs. Joe Wallace has returned I ------ and redecorated and now presentsa

P I to her home from a week's) visit Mr. and Mrs. HannlWl Smith of Dick Wood, a student of Tulane Miss Marjorie Benson and Elmo very attractiveappearance,

I with relatives in Jacksonville. Indianapolis, Ind., were recent University, will upend the weekend Struth attended! the New Year's
local Ne guests of Dr. end Mod W. E. Mid- here with his uncle and aunt, Eve party given by the. Junior Mrs. Warren Perkins and son,
Mr and Mrs. R. B. Griffis and dleton. t Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Chamber of Commerce in Gainesville Kdwin, returned home Sunday
from a week visit with relatives
children of the State Farm, were last Thursday night. Miss
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND In Plant City, Sarasota and Lake-
visitors here Saturday afternoon. L. A. Holmes left, Friday for Johnny Hagim has returned. to Benson appeared on the program land. While In Plant
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Pittsburgh. Pa., after a ten day's his work in Mississippi after and sang several songs. guests of :Mrs. Perkins'City brother they were
Carlyle Peek returned to his visit with Mr. and Mrs, Eugene L. spending; the holidays here with Hlster-ln-law, Col. and Mrs J.and
C.
home in Chicago 111., after visiting Matthews. his mother, Mrs. Della Hagan. Miss Isabel Fernandez, who Poppell.
__ & JuJge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. i spent the holidays here with her

Wednesday in :Mrs Alice Jones of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek Jr., of Mrs' A. F. Saul has returned' mother, Mrs R. S. Fernandez, has
Wood
Glenn spent
Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin Jacksonville returned to Havana, Cuba, to This year's) peanut acreage In
Is the house guest of Mrs R. were recent visitors of homo from a week's visit in Ta- resume -
,A\ :Jacksonville. C. Buford. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. :Mr. Peek's parents, Mr and Mrs.J. var 1. H. Fields, during the holidays. L. Peek located there for several weeks. school. .
Mrs. H. C. Brown spent Wednes- )

day in Jacksonville. R. C. Buford of Groveland will 1 Miss Ernestine Andrews! was the :Miss: Dorothy Lamb Misses Lois Adklns, Marjorie Invention Brings Joy
is
spend the weekend here with his guest of her sister Mrs. L. W. Hal- visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F Demorest! Stump,
Marguerite Prevatt and
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. To Women Who Iron
: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr. family. brook in St. Augustine last week. and 1 Mrs. John D. Grew, In Jacksonville spent the week-end in Apopka as Dorothy Swanbom returned to Tallahassee -
spent! Tuesday in Ocala. this week. the guests of Mr and Mrs J. C. the first of the week to
Mrs.! C. O. Hickok has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. K, G. Duncan attended Robinson Mrs. Roblnsin returnedto i resume their studies at the Florida Drudgery Abolished by 1'ae ..f

J. E. Wilson was a business viat her home after spending some the Duncan family reunionIn Starke with Mr. and 1 Mrs. D'I1\1 State College for Women. Wonderful Iron
time in Trenton. Lake Butler New Year's Day.lilt' Tommy RItch returned home orest and whl be their house guest '
tor in Jacksonville Tuesday.G.
Sunday after spending a week In for several! days. Women everywhere are praisingthis
Paul Knight left Saturday for
and Mrs. B M. Fussell are Jacksonville with\ his cousin, Miss wonderful Iron with which they
Mrs. J. D. Tobler of Eustis f Is Cincinnati, Ohio, to resume his
L. Patten of Tallahassee spent Gloria Johns. do their ironing in less than half
the lower
the week-end here with friends. the guest of Miss Sallie Tison and occupying apartment of Mr. and Mis, Frank Rhodes and studies in the Cincinnati Conserva the
Mrs. Florrie Wills. the Sparkman house on Call Street. children of Tampa, Mrs. A. G. Ludwig tory of Music Ho was accompanied timewithout drudgery with-
Mrs. Randolph BotH, of Jacksonville out soiling the clothes and at almost -
to
of Gainesville and 1 Mrs. R. L. Jacksonville by his parents.
J. O. Smith of Gainesville was a Mrs. J. H. Ritch returned to her Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Tampais spent New J Year's Day Hague of Anthony were recent Col. and 1 Mr.. D. K Knight. no expense.
Business visitor here Wednesday. the here with her parents, Mr. and! Mrs. Heated without using wood, (coal
of her and
home in Jacksonville after a visit guest daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -------
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. MarcusF. G H Bennett Hayes. Miss Marion fennel! of HoHton. gas electricity, gasoline kerosene
with relatives here.
Miss Rosalind Jacobs spent Fri- Brown. MUSH? sailed on the S. S Chluln alcohol, charcoal or carbide, this
ay in Hawthorne visiting friends. Misses Ruth and Lllhan Stern- 1 i Saturday for Jacksonville to spend amazing Iron keeps heating while
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and children are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. MiiMloton I being used.Women .
Mrs. A. S. Crews has returned berg left Tuesday for New York several weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Inman Harrison of Brooker, was visiting Mrs. O. J. Griffin in St. from a week's visit in Madison City where the former will resume and daughter, Marjorie Sue, Gerald 1 John J. Rlgilon and daughter, Miss Iron In comfort Vvhllo using .
[a visitor here Tuesday afternoon.H. Augustine this week. with her sister and brother-in-law, her study of dancing. Middleton und Miss Marguerite I Eva Rlg Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.' Flanigan, all of Jacksonville were i Miss Pennell Jacksonville Thurs over, no labor of "keeping( up coalor
P. Gainey, of Brooker, was at- Victor Thomas, of Miami, is here Miss : Canova guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- day. wood fire, no danger of explosion
.."ding to business here Monday. visiting his mother, Mrs. E. M. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., Is spend for Mary Tallahassee where left Wednesday she will dleton Sunday. using gasoline, alcohol etc.,
Mrs.
C. A.
Knight, Mrs. L. A.
Thomas. ing this week In Jacksonville with be the of no starch sticking, smutting or
guest Mrs. W. R. Canova
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nosworthy Canova, Mrs. S P. Vandlvlere, Dr
scorching fine linen
i her husband who( Is In business for several days. Miss Lucile Kennedy has returned -
spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mrs J. H. Fields left Thursdayfor there. to Starke after and Mis. H. B. McLendon, and Mr. Housewives of Bradford County
upending the
Lake City for a brief visit with holidays In Baxley. Ga., with her and Mrs. E. L. Matthews attendedthe can see this unusual Iron without
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis Jack Williams of Jacksonvilleand Heifetz concert,
i
were sponsored
relatives. by obligation by for
further
writing
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and parents. Miss Kennedy: la a
memo
[recent visitors in Daytona Beach Colin English of Tallahasseewere the Civic Music association, In Information. Edna Lewis, Starke
children
of Jacksonville, here ,
were ber of
the
Mrs. Florence E. Canova and during the weekend relatives. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton school faculty. Jacksonville Tuesday night. Fla., Route 2..Adv.
visiting
Mrs. J W. Moseley is visiting Mrs. Richard Kidd spent MondayIn B. Jacobs New Year's Eve. .. .. .
[relatives In Jacksonville this week. Gainesville.Mrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. R, T. Osteen, J. A. The Rev. and Mrs. C, B. Price I
C. B. Williams of Tallahassee Lester Heinkle of Lake City Douglas( and A. B. Surrency of and daughters, Gloria and Helen, SUIFT'S N A S W 0 R T H Y' S ClIiKMRKCoffee
t [was a business visitor here Tueafday. was the guest of Miss Lucile Mitchell Brooker, were visitors here Man- have returned from a short visit '
I!. -, with relatives In Miami. I'
last
Friday. day. BORAX &"I

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I
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and TO
Bishop Miss Pat Lamb spent New :Miss Minnie Bcssant of Fort Mrs. S. S. Dowling returned
{ {'yule children spent Monday in Galnes- Year's Day in Lake City with Mrs. Lauderdale Is the guest of her parents Tuesday from Jacksonville after SOAP!

Jessie Mae Blakely.. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- spending several days with her sister
snll t. Mrs. James Godbold. GROCERY
Mrs. Gladys Quick of Lacoocheewas Frow Strickland has returned to CAN
[ the guest of Miss Rosalind DeLand to resume his studies at Mrs. I BARS FINE FOODSSPECIAL
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register and J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. M.
(:Jacobs last week. Stetson University. daughter, Patricia Marie, of Orlando Brownlee, and Mrs. W L. Wall III PRICES
are visiting friends here this were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Hazel Craft of Avon Parkis Mrs. W. R. Swanbom and daughter week. Dell In Gainesville Monday.Mrs. lOc FRIDAY & SATURDAY JAN. 8-9 12/c 1
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Miss Dorothy, of Lawtey, were ,

Miriam Kickllter. visitors here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Brown and L. O. Hazen and little

I children have returned from daughter, Minnie Lou, of Brooker.
a
Mrs. A. F Sauls has returned Mr*. Tolbert Black of Lake Cityis week's visit la Macon, Ga., with are guests of Mrs. Hazen's sister- PEARL GRITS 4 Ita I5e CAULIFLOWER, Lb. lOc
from Eustis where she visited rel- the guest of her parents, Mr. and I ,, relatives. I in-law, Mrs. A. E. McKinney. .
.",.atives. Mrs. T. N. Kesdrlck. i I (mOUND OS A WATER!: MILL EATING APPLES Doz 20c
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Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. W. B.. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg attended .- i i Misses Mrs. Anne Clara,McGee Lettle and and daughters Marie, are, LENT A WORD MEAL 5 lbs. 13c GRAPEFRUIT for lOc

Mundy spent Wednesday In Jack i the Shrine dance !In Jack! spending sometime in Stuart with

leonville 1 sonville New Year's Eve. i relatives. MILK 3 Tall Cans Greens
COLUMN 21c Carrots b'ch 7%c
Walter McDonald of Miami I Is Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cullen spent Miss Frances Lee Peek ,
|spending a few days here with J. FKickliter. the week-end at Raiford, as guest' several spent 3-ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment FRESH

of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Prince. as the guest days of in Mr.Palatka and Mrs.last H.week C. for rent. Mrs. F. H. Long.-------It. I PURE COFFEE 2 Lbs. 20c Tender SNAP TOMATOES BEANS, Ib.Ib. lOc lOc

Richard. WANTED TO BUY Farm wag- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Killian and Joe Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining of on. See N. D. Wainwright,
: Truby spent Wednesday in Jack Marlanna were week-end guests of Ruth Starke.
Patsy Martha Jane, and 12.8.2tp

aonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. I Billy grandparents Wainwright, Mr.are and visiting Mrs. N.their D. FOR RENTFive room furnished Lard PURE FINEST I 4 Lbs. 50c

Mrs. Roy Smith has returned to Miss Mary Brownlee has returned Wainwright.Mrs. apartment. Reasonable Box 1 2
her home in Tennllle, Ga., after to St. Louis, Mo, after spend 131. Starke. It Pound C

visiting with, her slater and broth ing the holidays here with her pa J. R. Davis of Jacksonville 2 8 Lbs.
can.er-in-law, Mr and Mrs. K. G. Dun rents. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. spent the week-end with her son FOR RENT-private Furnished bath. Locked apartmentwith ga 99c

-- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. rage. F. A. Scott, Phone 54, Itp

GNAT SEZ: R. J. Davis. WILL PAY CASH-for used pi- RICE I SUGAR .

Miss Eva Fugate of Jacksonville anos. Write Lillian' Music '
fo you know that your meal mer- la visiting her sisters and her uncle Store, 342 W. University Ave.. TIP TOP MARKET
fA chant pays the State a new t.u of and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gainesville, Fla. tf 5 Lbs 22c 5 Lbs 25cHUIFT'S 9

; )b cent on every dollar'lI worth of Frank Colley, LOST-Two year old Guernsey .

\, goods he sells This money Is Heifer, red Coun. Pork
and white pied, five Sausage Ib 25c
_. :t used to keep up the IIChoolN. The Mrs. Joe Edwards, Miss Elaine hundred pounds weight, springing. COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER
and Elbert Edwards' and Mrs. E
more money you spend at home J. Dowling spent Wednesday in Branded MB on right hip. Reward. RIB STEW Lb. IOc-":.
.. the MAin It Is to pay oft schoolteachers Jacksonville.Mrs Marcus F. Brown. It LB39cSwift's ,
and bUll drivers, and educate -
FOR RENT Furnished down Mix. Smo. Sausage Ib. 17c
your children. Bear this In C. W. Chalker, of Gulfport,, stairs apartment with private entrance ,
mind the next time you pick up Miss., and Mrs. G. W. Marks, of private bath with hot water '
that catalogue, the mall order DeLand, who have been guests oi also garage. Also furnished Corned Beef, can 17c Longhorn Cheese, Lb. 25c
houses don't have to pay. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. upstairs room next to bath. Mrs.
Darby, returned the first of the W. :J Epperson, 316 So. Walnut Fla. Pork Chops, Lb. 20c
week to their homes. St. It Stand. Potted Meat, 3 for lOc

I PART WOOL .A BARGAIN Fla. Chuck Roast, Ib 12Zc

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BRADFORD COCNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA __ FRIDAY JANUARY, 8. I9S1
FACE.. SIX ______ .__ ___ __ _--- --* ,_., ,_, _, ., -- .-- I ---- -

------- ---- butter crusts generously, put on Roosevelt Becomes I the position that It will back up Van Dyke's thought on I 'IIUTIC'I'Pole] OF TAX. APPLICATION I>tCEI>

1 thick layer of the prepared fruiton any foreign ventures of American ship: I <"*....t. Illll Mo. 1631
Force If walk mile NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEN: I'' .
crusts Wonderful citizens with armed force nec- 'And who will a
I under crust. Add other I r. J Powell holder of Tax <'" i icate
and another layer or fruit. Coverall Peace essary. Our citizens now travel In Along life's weary way? I No. 812. Issued the 1th ,I." .
J For American I August, A. D 1029, has flltil ,
their risk ;"
at own
I with sauce and serve at once. Latin America A friend whose heart I my office and has made. aimll> ,
FARMERS SECTION Orange Custard lie and are subject to the laws of the seeThe I for a tax deed to lie issued th.fMald i
"Only those who have followedthe certificate .mb..11 the .
where Diplomacy r. n p
they
countries
I 1 cup sugar sad record of the relations between go. stars shine out o'er I log described property In the i ,
I 3 tablespoonfuls flour will be used to help them, in dif I ty of Bradford State of Flo,,, ,.da i .
Demonstration Agents the ening lea,
Conducted by the United States and ficulties-but not force. In other I wit
1-4 teaspoon salt I Lots Four, Six, Nine Rr\| ,,
of the countries to And the rest at "
3 governments words, their status Is exactly the quiet Block II, Risings Ad I eggs the south of us can really appre- if traveling In England the dayA I Starke In Northwest Quarter r
same aa
2 buttermilk
cups I Northwest Quarter
South
ciate the epochal change that France and other European coun- friend who knows, and Ninth Street Section 28 Tnw ,", .
.- w 4 tablespoonfuls melted butter President Roosevelt has broughtto say I ship 6 South Range 22 Ea-<

To make orange pastry use or- the inter-American scene." tries.What I The assessment of the said n .
Hints To Housewives instead of water and Is the result of all this? The brave sweet words I erty under the said'" crrttflrat, ,,,"
I RURAL I ange juice So wrote David Lawrence-one I ed was' In the name of Mrs T..i. ,,,;
make like plain pastry, adding one- criticsso In the eyes of many American observers the way I Levlton.Unless.

COMMON SENSE fourth teaspoon grated rind from a of the President's severest the result will be a genuIne When be walks a mile I said certificate. shall I.., .
I from Horn Demonstra tar as domestic policy Is con- deemed according to law :
I thiin
Weekly for us on
of friendliness
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well-ripened orange and one table- feeling With such a comrade, erty described therein will ,.
States News l h
cerned-In the United I "I
By 5pjJOflNSON tlon SpocUllnt, Tallahassee spoonful sugar to the crust. the part of the Republics to the friend, I to the hlghSHt bidder at th. ,,,,i,,, .
L of November 30. that boase door on the first Mnnclav
southand there are signs
To make the filling, blend sugar citizen I fain would walk till r the month of February 1937. wi),",,''n I.
hOME WITHOUT FLORIDA CITRUS RECIPESNow flour add beaten About all the average such a feeling Is now developing end I Is the let day of February 19'i7
and well
FLORIDA egg knows about b.> S. foreign policy though much suspicion remains. I Dated this 1st, day of Ja.in",, v.
SHRUBS LAWIJLIKE and buttermilk and then the I 193 7.
TREES, YOlks
Through: summer
UNFRAMED PICTURE Is the time to use citrus melted butter. Fold In stiffly beat as related to the other countries in There is also the hope that dormant (OFFICIAL SEAL)

fresh and In salads this hemisphere is that It is governed trade will be revived, and rain, A. J. THOMAS
fruits freely-
whites and Into: the
home without trees, combinations of which en pour pastry by something celebrated and that by example the Western hemisphere And then ? Farcwall! Clerk of Circuit Court ..r
! farm
t A and dessert lined Bake as In recipe above. Bradford County
pan. Floml,
shrubbery, a lawn, and flowers- we need never tire. They may The fruity, orange-flavored pastry I vague called the Monroe Doctrine. will show the world how meet again. I 1-1-6l..1-80

like a picture without a frame-18 form the basis of fruit appetizers. gives unusual interest to this custard Probably not one citizen In fifty nations can live without war, settling It gives me a great deal

forlorn and abandoned to a friend- salads of all kinds, meat and vegetable pie. I could accurately tell you what the differences by amicable con ure tonight to pay NOTICE'! OF APPLICATION;

It sticks out of and Monroe Doctrine provides. And Furthermore it Is hoped true friend Mr. Wilbur FOR TAX DBKIISena
sauces ferences. ,
less atmosphere. accompaniments . the landscape like a. sore thumb, garnishes, and desserts cooked and CONTRASTYou probably not one citizen in a hundred that treaties will be effected NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVK.N:: 1 p h ,"t
"tied to realizes that the Doctrine has Ruth Lawrence holder of ',. .
could so easily be wishing Tax''< ,
when it uncooked. whereby European powers Payrolls in Texas tlflcate No. IH 9. Issued the 2il 1 ,,1),,,
I
letter for
and made to be a part been virtually a dead materials will find the raw of
July A. D.
1934
,
the ground" Citrus fruits have a variety of can ordinarily Judge a country war cent this October over has filed.1:' e
arrangement pleasing several years and, as well, has markets of North and per In mv office and has made iipuli, .
of a perfect uses In cake making. The juice by the kind of persons who caused vast amount of unfriendly material responding month a year tlon for 1ta,. deed to be UMI"." 'I
. to the eye and more satisfactory may be used In the cake batter, the leave it and the reasons for their a South America-the greatest in the thereon. Said certificate emhi.i," > "

\ from many standpoints. pulp and peel In the cake Itself; the eavlng. So it Is interesting to .. feeling toward this country in world-firmly closed to them. .OTICB] or : the the following County of described Bradford proinm stmt, I ,I m i
south.
* the Republics to the FOR TX DEEII
The farm home and the farm juice| for flavoring filling and frostIng consider the cases of the English- Mr. Roosevelt's speech at the recent Cille..te Bill >0. >> Florida, to-wit:

business are closely related, and and the peel, grated candled speaking world's two most famous Briefly and roughly described I Pan-American conference is NOTICE IS HEREBY. North-east!Quarter & 2 Quarter Acres In of No.1 N.ih I I h.,....-,

the success of the business side of or chopped, may be used in fine exiles-Charles A. Landbergh, who the Monroe Doctrine meant that I generally consldeerd one of the C.cate.lo.J. Powell. 628., bolder lanucd the of Ta, Corner of Southeast Quart i I

the operation is reflected In the frostings and Icings. Orange Des- no longer lives In the United the United States would not per best he has ever made-be handleda July, A. V. 1930 No. 528 Northeast Township 8 Quarter South., Section Range 14 2

,1 home. All too often, however, sert Cake given below, you will States and Edward Windsor, who mit any European government to delicate task well. Credit for of 7th Certificate, day of July No.: i2r'I.I: : East less., Containing 42 Acres, .i.. ..

more attention is paid to the barns, rate your favorite of all citrus no longer lives in England. take over territory In Latin America the ground-work Is given to Secretary day of July A. D. 1930 The or assessment of the snld pi<,ierty ,

where the animals are housed, cakes. The latest dispatches from Eng- -that the U. S. would act as a Hull, who has spent his public same In my office and ban under the said certifies i i
plication for tax deed to l ed was In the name of I., 0 W.."
Brother" Latin
than to the house, where the people Orange Dessert Cake land say that Lindbergh Is happy "Big in protecting life working quietly for peace, and thereon. Said .. mer.

live. Through the efforts of home there. No longer does he get American territorial rights as wellas for better commercial and diplomatic re l In the the following I dei< : Unless said certificate shall be i...
1H sugar County of
cups deemed according to law the
its This seemed fair property -
others
demonstration agents and and abusive letters. own. State of to-wlt
1 sour milk threatening relations between powers. Florida : described therein will be mlo
however this condition is rapidly cup He Is protected from tabloldism. enough-but the Doctrine has not Certificate No. 526 to the highest bidder at the couit
, 2 eggs, beaten light Seven Eight of Block It. house door on the first Monday "
. and been in effect for before dIscord i
changing, and more attractive 1-4 teaspoon salt He can go ahead with his work, long COMPLIMKNTAnY TOAST Addition{ to Starke In ;. ; the month of February, 1937, wh!< hIs
convenient farm homes are being with knowledge that he and his arose. More than a centuryago WILBUR A. SCOTT Quarter of Northwext the of February 1017*
FOR eJ"ha:
t 1 orange, medium size of Ninth Street Section 28 let day of Janiuuv" ,
built in Florida by the score. butter family are safe from danger and Brazil requested that the Doctrine II South, Range 22 East. 1917
recommended detI % cup in David Lawrence's words, Certificate No. 628 OFFICIAL SEAL)
(
These agents
from exploitation.The the toasts offered at a
1 teaspoon soda dissolved in the Among Ten, Eleven Twelve, A. J. THOMAS
mite for roads and walks; the fact had togo "be made international, that it become Fourteen of Blork O.
i plans milk that Lindbergh recent banquet attended by nearlyone Clerk of Circuit Court of
fruit and lower a sort of offensive and defensive tion to Stark., In Bradford County Florida
] home vegetable, ,
I
to that
to
I 2 cups flour : England get sense hundred young people of the I ter of Northwest Quarter l-l.5t-.l-8Q
> irardena: lawns and ornamental 1 raisins of security Isn't to our credit. Butt : alliance In which all Latin First Presbyterian Church of Or- Ninth Street. Section 28
l thruts and trees. All are necessary cup countries should join with the Unit- South Range 22 Ea.t. OTlrl' OF APPLICATION:!
Squeeze juice from a wellripened Is Interesting to balance againstIt lando, was the following offered toa 1-3 of Certificate No. FOR TAX l)BtCIOrnate >
r: parts which may be united Mix with Juice H cup the fact that Edward Windsor ed States in keeping European armies former Starke resident, WilburA. ),race. All Block D. .. ( Bill >... IllS:
homelike atmos- orange. and navies out of this part of tion to Starke In NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX: That
( into a pleasing, sugar and let stand. Cut central was driven from this same England Scott: I ter of Northwest Quarter C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certlfl
phere, with trees not only used aa out with seeds and: put balance which offers Lindbergh a ha- the world That request was Ninth Street Section 28 rate No. 382. Issued the 3rd rtar
core "Just few short months an
a ago :
;' windbreaks but aa a frame or background refused as were similar requests South, Range 22 East. August A. D. 1931. has filed Ram-
of pulp and rind through food ven. Furthermore, there is the ad- attractive young man walked into I The Assessment of the .. In my office and has made apl'lkll'
for buildings. They may with of raisins. Cream ditionally Interesting fact that made periodically In later years. I erty under the said lion for a tax deed to be issued
- hide unsightly structures chopper cup Consequently, the Latin Republics Miss Beulah's office, and no one 626, 528 and 1-3 of 529 .." thereon. Said certificate embrac'
or ,
screen, shortening and sugar together. Windsor seems to be more pop- rellzed at that time what an influence the name of John A the following described property .in
i about the home which are not Add beaten eggs and well sifted ular in America today than in Eng. came to feel rightly or wrongly to exercise : tively. the County of Bradford, State of
he was over
pleasing to the eye. that the U. S. was taking ad- Unless said certificates Florida, to-wtt:
flour and salt alternately with li- land the entire church. He was a stranger -I redeemed according to Lots One. Two of Block C, RINIng' -
needed to partially And when contrast the vantage of the Doctrine to rule Addition to Starke, In
Shrubs are quid. Add orange and raisin mix- you to all of us then but be Is the property described therein
their countries. This feeling was sold the Northwest Quarter of Northwest
foundation lines and knit further make another to highest
obscure) ture last. cases you South of Ninth
Street
kind who refuses to remain a court-house. door on the Quarter
buildings to their surroundings, Pour into an 8x8x2 inch pan and discovery. The situation which strengthened by sending U. S. marines One of the first day In the month of eu Section 28 Township 6 South: ,
south whenever trouble appeared stranger long. which. la the 1st. ::: Range 23 East.
define boundaries, and screen Unsightly until drove Lindberg out of America day of
bake about 40 minutes or
.
remarks I heard about him was. 1937. The assessment of the said property
in Latin American nation.
objects. Barns should be nicely browned. After baking and could not have arisen In Englandand a from a member of the Young Peoples' Dated this 1st. day of under the said certificate issued
and pleasing, but not so I the situation which drove There are no marines in Latin 19.17.: was In the name of J. C. Poppell
pacloua while still hot with
cover orange it doubt- department who said that he I (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Unless said certificate shall be i ic-
America now-and
large as to make their care burden- Juice and sugar mixture and let Edward of out England could not seems was the nearest thing to Billy I A. J. THOMAS deemed according to law, the property
ful if will be sent there Clerk of sold
have arisen In America. These any again. Circuit described therein will be
some. stand in until Is absorbed.Do .
pan Juice It is curious fact that both Mathews that we had had since I Bradford County, to the highest bidder at the courthouse
In carrying out a lawn, shrub, not dissolve sugar entirely. Let situations were the reverse of each a Billy left and to me that is one 1-1-51--1-30 door on the first Monday In
t Hoover and Roosevelt took the InItiative the month of February 1937. which
and tree planting program, only it glaze top of cake. other. in withdrawing the last of of the geratest compliments which SHERIFF'S. SALE IB the 1st day of February. 1937.
and those known to Short Cake NOTICE Dated thin I"t. day of January,
native plants Orange The Lindbergh situation was an can be paid Young IS HEREBY
anyone. people
of what Latin Amer-
these agents O. 1937.
I. A.
thrive In a locality should be used. Slice oranges thinly or take out exaggerated by-product of our natural Andreu a. Sheriff
ica considered "U. S. Imperialism." are his life; their problems are ford County Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL)
.' There Is a wealth of material available sections and sugar lightly using Inbred Irreverance-our row- his problems, and their Joys his virtue of that certain Writ A. J. THOMAS,

for use In all parts of Florida, enough fruit to make one pint or dy feeling that one man is as good No longer does Washington takeIn joys. But be was not satisfied to cution under Issued the hand out of and the seal Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Florida.of

And the finding of adapted shrubs, more. as the next. It also grew out of confine his efforts to just one de Clerk of the Circuit Court l-l.6t..I-80

trees and grasses is an easy task. 2 cups flour our democratic casualness casualness America, a little American casualness partment. He saw there was no date ford the County 4th day Florida. of and NOTirn OF APPi.ir .Tio\:

Farm families can obtain valuable 6 tablespoons shortening: so exaggerated that It would have kept Edward in place for the Juniors too old for 1936 on that certain 8'I FOR TAX DEE)
their cree made and entered by C"e.ate Bill Ma. 163)
assistance in beautifying 3 teaspoons baking powder made us prefer actual Insecurityto England.The the nursery and too young for the A. Z. Adklna as Judge of NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That

homes and farmsteads by applyingto H teaspoon salt the efficient regulation which contrast Is Instructive. It regular church service, so he suggested Court of the Eighth: C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certificate -
their borne demonstration would crime under control. the contrast be- of Florida. In and for : No. Issued. the 3rd day ofAulru..t.
county to
Milk or water put helps light up a Junior church and with County, In Chancery, In 380b. 1931. has filed sameIn
agents or to the State Home Sugar What hit Edward Windsor was tween the two great slater democ- tain I foreclosure of .! my office and has made applIcation -
the able of Drake In The Federal and Bank : ;;:: deed to be Issued.
Demonstration Department In Tallahassee. help Mrs. established for 1taE
I Mix into a soft dough with 'Ii- the exact opposite of that; an almost racies. One system U not necessarily bia, a corporation. Is thereon. Said certificate embracesthe

:' The State Agricultural quid. Divide into two equal parts. supernatural reverence for better than the other; they one at first only attended Meyers, Hough Et. Al. I following described property In

Extension Service in Gainesville Put one piece in pan and flatten custom, good form, and the pro are just different and, by comprehending by a few, but each week the attendance of ants record which I In said Chancery deficiency :'Florida the County to-wlt of: Bradford. State of

has bulletins which contain help- out. Brush with melted butter and prieties. His land was orderly, the difference, we can get has increased until now page 105 of the public : : i Lots One. Two Three Twelveof **

ful suggestions and plans for foun- place other flattened portion on : veil-regulated, said-too much so closer to that mutual international led iradford upon,County the following Florida I Block B, Rising's Addition to of
they have a real congregation. Starke In Northwest Quarter
dation plantings, lawns and so on. top. Or, if liked more crusty bakeIn for a king who would defy the conventions understanding for which Americaand lands of the said Northwest. Quarter1 South of 9th.

These are sent free to Florida residents two pieces In hot oven. When If a little English order England must constantly When I was given his name for a County Hough, Florida lying I I and, and being will In on Street, Section 23 28 East.Township 6

on request, and will be found nicely browned remove to platter. linens would have kept Lindbergh strive.-Bradenton Herald. toast It brought to my mind Henry the 1st. day of February The South assessment Rang of the said prop-

quite worth while. during!; the legaihours: of Mttv ,.nda.,* the said certificate Is-
/;, on sell the said lands at Cella
Florida is a land of beauty and shrubs, particularly deciduous cry at the South door of sued wasinttue name of Mrs.

deserves A larger number of attractive kinds. Lawns can lie started at almost m c LOltIDAr 41 tP 1IJ ... Iiss.ie'.slAtNJVfNij. R4,1'l ; Florida House of, to Bradford the highest County and l : CRrt"r.redeemed Unless. said according certificate to law.shall the be

farm horneu. Now Is a any time, but preferably in der for cash to-wltt I property described therein will be

good time to plant trees and the spring and summer months. One acre In NE corner sold to the highest bidder at the
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.. 14. all 7 which Is the 1st day of February
Range 20 East; also a 1937.
undivided Interest In Dated this 1st., day of January.
SW4 and NWVi of SW 1937. .....
SW! of NWVi In Section OFFICIAL, SEAL
EMi of NK'4 of 8EV4 In J. THOMAS.
t) -t- 14, and NE' of Section 2 A.Clerk of Circuit Court of
J111J. .
East.Township 7 South, Bradford County, Florida.

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----' Sheriff VOTITK' OP APPLICATION
i11: .
Bradford
County FORT .% nEE"
I 1-1-&t--l-30 IVemK! Hill '50. 111.1)

: : : :NOTICI,] OF .' .NOTICE J. Powell.IS, HEREBY holder of lIVEN Tax Certificate ThatC. -
,
'j. ; FOR TAX BEES. No. 391. Issued the 3rd., day of
(Menate lilll *o. l August, A. D. 1931, has filed sameIn
NOTICE IS HEREBY my office and has made application
r..kref Turpentine I' for a tax deed to be Issued
Tux Certificate Iher..on.1o1 sued the 7th, clay of ; following described property In
has filed same In / tc! ; the County of Bradford State of

made application. for a a : Florida, to-wIt: _
: be issued thereon.. Raid Lots Five Ten of Block UlsIng's -
SERVICE r embraces the following Addition to Ptarke In
: : property In the county of Northwest Quarter of Northwest
I III State of Florida, to-wlt: Quarter Month of Ninth Street *J
II I Northeast. Quarter of : Section 28 Township 6 South,
Quarter Section 22 Range 22 Rast. '
iiI1 tI South Range 20 East I The assessment. of the maid property I
i : ing 40 Acres, more or I. under the said! certificate Issued. :
I I Th. assessment of the was In the name of D C. Jones.
i iI :t. ty under the said. I p Unless. said. certificate shall be redeemed -
iI I I i was In the name of Geo. actordlna to law. the properly I
I I ff ii. = -I .- I 1 I L'nle'.s said certificate I : ,I described therein will be sold to ,i
I = 44 deemed affording to law !I the highest hlcliler lit the court-
'= w a ,., -,;: erty described therein I housii. door on the fIrst Monday In
7 : to the highest bidder I the month of Fuhruniy. It/:17.1 : whli'h I
I ourt-house door on the I I.r..Ih' I Is the 1st day. of February 1937.
the month of I rmteil this [1st, day of .tanuR"Y. !
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l Is the Int., daY I 1917.OFFICIAL
-i lif)7) ( SR.U.) K
gSsBS!: $ Dnt.'d this 10th., day of I _,. J. THOMAS I
I
;; .- ? 1 Clerk of circuit Cmirt of
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Bradford County Florida.
I' A. .. THOMAS.flerk 1Iftt.130O"'If'1

& k nUlbbt Bradford of Circuit County, \ OP .\pi nrTIOVfrnatr I
j U-18-jt-l-U I'oll'rtx I 11':F."
W4ff/ I Illll ,... 1.:1)
o-rf'F. OF 'rrr.u' NOTiCE IS HKHEBV OIVKV.: That
FOil" TIM'.KII I C. J Powell. holder of *!* of Tax Certificate -
(.enste Hill ,o. : I No .114, Ixxtied. the 5th day of
LIKE A BnEEZE to Jackson. One Koun, az- 44'AMOV'EOF7J1MOST/ ? 4 NOTICE IS HEREBY I August, A. U. 1921 has filed lame
p RIDE Way Trip W. 8 Edinonilsim, holder i In mv office, and has made appllcai -
on one oi Florida Motor &/D Certificate! No. 77, Issued i for a tax deed to be limueathertnn
of August" A. !) 1929 has I .
Said certificate embrace
lines brand new Zephyr buses JACKSONVILLE _$ .80 1.4 I* my office and hall the following described. property In

smooth quiet and luxurious.You'll TALLAHASSEE._ 2.80 50 tion .for a tax deed to I the County uf Bradford, State of
thereon.
Said certificate Florida tn-wit:
I first riders in these ORLANDO 260 4.7 o 5-64urc-eJL AMiVURED the following described. I Addition
agree with our ------- QACd 71CKS 44If. I All Blocks J. K. L, HUlnc'a
TAMPA __ ____ 4.7 the County of Bradford, to !Stark In Nortl.wmtQuarter .
_.260 o
radically diiierent type buses that u "V 7/IdE IVQZI Florida t'vitNorthWest : I of Northw..t Quart"
ST PETERSBURG 305 55 o I Quarter of I !South nf Ninth Street 8ec'.n! 20
: th.r. a new thrill in travel. a Quarter of Section 24, Township 6 South, flange 2JRant.
LAKELAND __nn 2.80 5.0,:5 I I Mouth Range 20 East I .
before ,
.;' new peak in comfort never I 40. acre. lea.. .
more or
The assessment of the said prop-
{ MIAMI :580 10.4 5
attained. Comfortably conditioned -- One of Florida's show. its The assessment of the erty under the said certificate Issued -
I l' I outstanding: I plrv along shores enhancing its distinctly erty under the said cert I was In the name of Ueo. H. I
,i t with iresh. invigorating air heated Union Bus Station i places' is the HIALEAH RACE IRACK, tropical atmosphere. was In. the nAme of W. Wet icr.
I Unless said certificate .
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
\ ; to Jual the rig'. temperature. Na O. i.. DE.8LE'gt.. at Miami, which is located in a magnificent STARFISH possess amazing powers deemed according I to law, \ according to law the prop-
U 240-acre famous for its beau of regeneration. If is sri)' (lr5c'IIh.d therein I erty described. therein wilt be Mold
the park an arm impaired
fare Zephyrs.
extra on Opp. Court House-Starke, Fly "a. \ ti> the highest bidder at to the highest bidder at the courthouse i
ty. Here is to be found' a profusion of i it is discarded and replaced by a new h.' J".O'door on the first : door on the first Monday In
li. thf c>f February, the month of February 1937 which
palms and flowers, vast lawns and land I one Even a single arm with only a portion |II" the 1st day of .' In the 1st., day of February, 1927. Jo

scaped driveways and exhilarating r of the disc will regenerate the entire itm Dated thl. 22nd day of Dated this 1st. day of January.OFFICIAL. ,

I background for the sport of kings. In i animal. Often individuals are found OFFICIAL SEAL) I 1937.(! SEAL)

y I .' the center of the track is a lake in which in the process of growing from one to 'I A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Clr.:. ult I A.Clerk J. THOMAS.of Circuit Court of
m::
-- -- are reflected the colorful! flamingos that I four new arms. .. .. .- 1 I 12-25-51-1-2.of Uradfo,", l.It.-l.lt Bradford County, Florida. i





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ABKE: DIRECTORY': I!' I talk me Into marrying another I angling was Allenbury one passion ployor;: it was -7 30 and Allunbury --...-...-.,. --

guy! Let me tell you this, Warren.you've I and his to leave COLDS
BAPTiST daughter arose
; FIRST CHURCH ;rLIB l ,. i
to the
Rev. C. B. Price Pastor taki' got forge', paper now. Half an hour later he answered a and nothing ai all had happened. 6

,., ;: Sunday School, 10 o'clock a. m. me plae. i knock at the dom to find Graham when Cab Van /Villain buxom

( ,"' ._ J. Thomas, Supt ttaf. me' excl.iimetl Haggertyif tunil:ng thpr'M hlitmli' ant hri, thin mother bon FEVER

I. : Morning Worship 11 a. m : m-'Hl 'Y"II mint stay hee: inapaitiutni ": \ AlU-n'niiN& t i'om"nt"; ,U'UKlivllilow; upon\ thorn I,"H'III T.' I.ET' first ..r
jt, j .. !IIIUI .........._.
DAPTl* \ $0
{ mntik' '
I uu di Mi Chan lie' him fur "
.i : join
: ,; Y..P. U. 7:15: : p. to.Overling LADY' 'I" "i'h.'nks for joining UH, :jald !Mr' I>IU P. II'..'..
Worship, 7:30: p. m. LE stUS i you can'i go running around with o-ktails before dinner? Allenbury, offering Chandlei u I Try "R.-lir-Tt.-Wo.'d' B....

: S. S Teacbers Meeting Wednes-I MITCH m 4 other men! You're to bring suit "Allenbury?" said Chandler as hand. "Nice to have seen you. If LI.l..tBeware .

Clay 7:13: p. m. li iM..t..u.TRO' qI WYN'MAYER P, 'IiIY" "q I ISY1'i'OrSI8'arrf'n for alienation" I though the name were new to him. we ever need help again I lope you

Mid-week Prayer service, W a- lI'lggf'rty.managinc The door bell rang, and they all "Mr. J. B. Allenbury. The young are around." Coughsfrom

Desday, 8 p. m.Methodist. editor of the New \'orkEnmng snapped into the parts they were lady you rescued from those!:! reporters born looking all over the boat for

dressed to to play Gladys called sweetly, is Mr. Allenbury's daughter. you'!" common colds
Church Star nearly Come in'," ."
took the telegram
be mairied to Benton U "My dear it'i so nice to see you '
Rev. B. :SI. Montgomery Pastor. Gladys from the bell boy while the waiter "Oh that but I'll !" "I That
called to the office because fifty was nothing, again gushed her mother. Hang On
t.
School 10 a. ,
Sunday In. started to clear the table. "Oh, be
of the carrying a U- delighted to have cocktails with missed you In London. Bert will
Morning Worship-11 a. In. copies paper darling here a telegram for '
brlotu story about Connie Allen- you. Mr. Allenbury. be so pleased we are crossing together No matter how many medicines
Epworth League-6:45: : p. m. All It." you have tried for your<< cough chert
right sweetness open And you're( joining me for
of the man the "At 7:30 the bar,
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. In. bury (daughter pu- i : -- grill room cold or bronchlalirr1t.atlon. you can
You are Invited: ta aU these setvfteea. per has fought for about twenty Gladys opened the telegram and, When Graham had departed. dinner I won t take 'no'1""We'd get relief now with Creomulslon.

years) have got oi-t. Huggerty as she read it, her face got screw- Chandler rang for the steward and love to, but saId MrAlle&bury Serious trouble may be brewing and
ed and she cannot afford to take a chanCe
calls Allenbury in London and up began to weep. asked him to bring to his room all seeking an excuse you
less than
with anything creomul-
Pre. terlan Church learn he has Instructed his attorneys Chandler"sprang up, "Darling! the bocks on angling In the ship's Bill, who had been a few steps slon which goes right to the seat

Rev. George H. Lowry, Pastor to sue the Star for $5,000,000. what Is It? library, and put in the time famlallarlztng Bill, who had been a few steps of the trouble to aid nature to

Sunday Services: Haggerty searches frantically for, She shoved the telegram into his himself with the fisher- away and had not even been noticed soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes -

10:00: a. m. Sabbath School. BUI Chandler, former libel man for I'' Gladys got angrier and angrier and hand. "Read It." mans lingo. now stepped forward Is loosened as the and germ-laden expelled. rh'"C"ffl a >

11:00: a. m. Morning Worship. the paper. whom he had fired. began to raise her voice. Haggerty I "Why, It's from the office!" ex He dressed carefully for dinner "Sorry, If I'm late, J. B I had to Even If other remedies bees

f 4::30 p. m. Young Peoples Vesper Chandler demand $5,000 and $50- begged her to be quiet. claimed Bill and read it aloud: before going to<< the grill room. get an Important wire off." failed, don't be discouraged your

N, Service. 000 when the libel action In withdrawn "Imperative you sail Britain to- There he found Graham who look- "Huh What" said the bewildered druggist is authorized to guarantee
"I won't be quiet, she raved. Creomulslon and to refund your
Sermonette by Pastor. If he takes the case. from for night for directors' meeting. Reser- ed up from checking a mass of letters great man. money if you. are Dot satisfied wttta
p Midweek Service: Chapter Three, "I've taken plenty you vations arranged. Andrews will] cables and radiograms. "Mr "Shall we gu Into dinner now?" results from the very first bottle.

7:30 p. m. Mission Study. I that paper, Warren Haggerty but meet you at the ship and give you Allenbury will be here In just a "Oh, yes, of course," auld Connie, Oet Creomulslon right now (My)
8:30 p. m. Prayer Service. I this gets tha blue ribbontryingto final instructions!" -
TilE BRIDE IS LEFT BEHIND moment--a ship 'phone call. But after a moment having got the
I marry me off to another guy- "Oh, Bill, you can't leave me!" he asked that you order. Here is drift of his remark. "Sorry but
I Rosewood Church to that baboon!" She stabbed a
Baptist driven wept Gladys. "You muatn le"vmel" Mr, Allenbury now." we're having dinner with Mr
Haggerty was to plead
R. L. G. Uemln Pastor finger at Chandler. J
v. way.
<< 3G =
Services every Sunday. Bible ing. "Now be reasonable, Bill-" I "Let's not deal in personalities,' I "Sorry to be late Mr.He ex- Chandler. ;Se; introduced habit!

Study 10:15: : a. In. Services at 3:30: "Take it or leave It No on said Bill\ calmly. Bill stroked her hair as the waiter tended a hand. _'c:'. antI her mother negligently. -t

o'clock In afternoon.BETUEL second thought, I don't think I Haggerty pleaded, "But, darling and the bell boy exchanged sympathetic "Chandler," saId Hilt [ "Can't we all huVC' llnnaC t Q' {

want the job at any price. I've got It's just for a month-maybe less. glances. "There now "Chandler. Have you ordered gtther' asked nabs, ogling eltiHt.dl"r. T-- .i* UMMAj!** -

BAPTIST CHURCH all the money I need. Only this Then six weeks in Reno. I'll come darling, I know it's terrible, breakIng Excuse me a moment, ", 'ontou? BAYER ASPIRIN

( Itev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor morning I got a $5,000: advance on out the moment you get your divorce up our honeymoon, but what 11: It was Mulvaney, Graham. Gnus "They're going to talk business'

Services every first Sunday. my next book.' He pulled out the -" am I to do? After all If they tell]I 11 has asked for a postponement, butI said Connie quickly.

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. memo which he had put In his "But I don't want a divorce! I me to go, I must go." instructed them to go nhead "Ye, you gee I'm a writer and 11 !

Bible Study and Prayer Services pocket and started to tear It up, want to get married and stay mar- "He'll be back in a couple of r Cable Archibald. Anything Important Mr Mltnbury and I are doing a A TABLET

every Saturday night.St. not noticing a letter which fell to ried! If you don't want to marry weeks, Mrs. Chandler. soothed I | in those messages?" book together." explained Hill.

'. the floor "Let's forget about It." Haggerty."But "The bank, Partridge. Dr. Mc- "But too lovely!' exclaimed Mrs.
me, just
Mark's Episcopal Church "Walt! Haggerty grabbed thereporters "Of course say so.I want to you! two weeks !. two I IKenzle. And Jt'nnlngs8hall he Van Aradale "You must tell me Bayer Tobf.SsDfnole'
marry "
', Morning prayer and Sermon on arm. "You ought to be But this comes first. It's our only weeks. blubbered Gladys "and I IFin 11 meet you In Washington'?" about it tomorrow I'm always up AlmnttInttantly

the second and fourth Sundays at, arrested for extortion, but all chance. Why no other paper In going to miss my Btllikens." "No he'd better come to New for lunch1' She and her daughter #

11 a. m. Holy Communion Saints Chandler winced, but played up York and fly down with me Be reluctantly pusscd on and Mr Al
and choir "And I'm going to miss little sure the I. I .s..da w, .inw..d .
Days at 10 a. m. Litany my plane's ready lenbury not very enthuniititlcally S UsssI.a ,
practice every Friday night at 7:30: Fuzzy Face." I BAYKR AflpTriN UbMmuutm
Bill .. dlilniir.tHd 11' 1
I "Say you'1have\ to do some
pm I. !. WMfe. |.ft. a 11r, __, ,,5,4
I fast moving to make that ship!" Ii.,.. Aspirin UbtM,I.. II
: cried !. a tftMM .f .,1.,. Bf
Haggerty.'Lucky "Just a minute("said Bill, aIM Urn II Him.. III.fe..-
I didn't unpack'' Boy get tom of lb. flu* It .. \
BOB JONESComments my bags!" "apparently the young dl.I..II. Whnlk
lady doesn't wish be .9n* I. this .!_
"111 the to : .
1i I get elevator, said Hag- baptMiM la y_,
On Here gerty 11 photographed _tIC''"

Bill took Gladys In his aims
And Hereafter
'Good-bye. my darling. I'll be For Atnazlnnly Quick Relief
'hinklng of you every minute
Get Genuine llayer Aspirin
We may judge the importance of i 'Every second!" Gladys chimed

a Bible truth by the number of In You can now get Genuine lIA YEn

times we find the truth mentionedIn Haggerty, holding tho elevator ASPIRIN for virtually l It a tabletat

the Word of God. When God Ii c explained to the runner: "The l any drug store
rii bride and Two full dozen: now In a flat
says! a thing: one time It Is just as groom I _
5'i k p.cket tin. for 25/t Try this .
ne
true as if He aald it one thousand !
times but It is most Important '; mean you're run. I'hnptrr Four package. Enjoy the reul Djyet
z article now without thought of !
when God repeats His statement out on Warren' L L"It's price
concerning a truth. The Bible says she demanded hotly _____ I II A I quick relief from bad
a headache,
that Jesus was born of a virgin, ,
neuritis or neuralgia pains. Not
bevy of
That Is clear and explicit However I photographers and reporters -
Illustration above and
a ) the Bible does not put very I swarmed about Connie AlI remember
great emphasis on the birth of Je right." He signed the agreement't the world would take me on as office I lenbury as, nearing the gangplankat BAYER ASPIRIN works fast.

sus. The Bible emphasizes the which Chandler had drawn up. boy, If the Star tones this suit Southampton, her father was And ask for it by its full name -*

death of Jesus. The truth about "You dropped this, sir," said a You remember Ed Glover when he called away to nettle Dome mix-up ordered for noon With a said BAYER ASPIRIN not by the

His birth I is as genuine as the truth ppsalng bellboy, picked up the letter lost that libel case? They found his about their baggage. They besieged nod Allenbury dismissed his st. I'e-1 "That was quick thinking We're name"aipria"! alone when you buy.
and turned his attention Get It
and gave it to Haggerty who car cliff her for tory I Indebted to you again. next time you waat quick
about His death. However, Jesus gone over a and a revolverIn photographs, for a state-
.
came to die. That Is what He said. looked to see what It was. He immediately his hand. Would I permit you ment about her damage suit Chandler"Now I Connie gave Chandler a look that relief

went into the air. to in this I young man, I want to was none too friendly, but said
"For this hour came I Into the up help me way if I didn't against the New York Evening 15c
"So I thank for kindness this I sweetly: "Well, shall we keep our POll
world." Jesus should have known your publisher's going to consider you, practicality, as my Star. you your
give you five thousand In advance!II wife?" morning, both for myself and mydaughter. ,.|I dinner engagement" A SOXSNU
why lie came to this earth. Mod- "No! No! I've nothing to say,"
Seven hundred behind at the ho- I'm sorry she couldn't Kill bowed formally and offered
ernism emphasizes the ethics ofj I "Would you ask your wife to said Connie, backing away from I I BOOM 25c
tel, !" be with UII, but friends Hubs Van Ar
mean some on | dale
you
came gushing -
Jesus the life of Jesus, the teach- hook up with that ape?" them and casting helpless/ looks
the boat He broke off as the : forward "Hello Connie.
ings of Jesus Orthodoxy empha- I Chandler patted the pocket in "The ape objects," said Chandler about, Graham, her father's secretary | We ve Virtually
which he had steward brought cocktails. "Quick his arm. She barely touched It as !. a tablet
their
sizes the death of Jesus. Before put agreement. like a defense lawjcr. hid: gone with Mr. Allenbury. '
Jesus died He set up an ordinance.We "Not now I'm not! Forget IL! You'll "Come on, give us a break! Just thought on your part I trust you die three started for the dining
"But, honey, you're not :ire none tho worse room. .
marrying -
call It the Lords supper. He get yoU money's worth. Here'sthe one shot Miss Allenbury," they l lI L1.oN:1rMfm1a0au.
him really. A wedding ceremony (In lie Continued !
asks H'.s: Church to celebrate the plan: the Allenbury's are In pleaded "Not at all! Interjected Chnndl )

Lord's supper until He comes.| London, so I sail at once to England -, six and hours 111 be In there a hotel apartment "Skirt's too long, Palmer," said l "In fact, I enjoyed It! Newspapers r.

again. In other words Jesus says, and soil for home on the boat and then he every minute a photographer to a reporter stnnd- and I aren't the 'beat of I I

"Don't let them forget that I died." they are to take the end of next sails for Eu- Ing by Connie. "How about takinga friends. Once In Chicago, I Kent a

We celebrate Christmas. but Jesus!:! week. I meet the girl. Perhapsshe rope tuck In it?" reporter to the honpltal .-perHonul For Expert RepairingSmith's

did not tell us to celebrate His comes to my cabinanythingcan Gladys coveted: her eyes. "I'm "Sure, said Palmer, an deftly questions My publishers. never forgave

birth. He did tell His Church not happen la five days on a boat not having any!" lifted her skirt above her knees! me." _

to forget l nd not to let the world -for a cocktail perfectly innocentto Chandler got to his feet, gave She was trying to liberate her "Publishers? said Allenbury I

forget that He died her, to me and everyone on the Haggerty a wink. "That goes double dress. from Palmer's hands, when his eyes wandering vaguely

boat except the private detective for me! Sorry but the deal's a young man rushed Into<< the scene, "I'm a writer," explained\ Chandler Garage
who radios my wife-" off Here s your contrsct- dropped his
fifty bag, and faced Palmer
"Why was the virgin birth.necessary quickly. "Right now I'm doing _
"Have wife?" thousand dollars.
you got a But I wouldn't coolly. Some fishing yarns."
? Couldn't God have
come "No, this Is a set-up We'll hire take that gal on for a million." "Just a minute! Apparently the Phone 120
I
Into this world some other way If "Really? said his host, without
'* some attractive girl to marry me "But Bill, you know the spot young lady doesn't wish to be pho- _
He had wanted to? That is what II any response to the skillful Intro-
and when the time comes she'llstage I'mlri! You can't'ThatS tographed!"
the modernists say. I suppose!:! God duction of his hobby, his eyes still Wrecker Service Day or Night
a pretty little scene over her your tough luck. I'm out! He clipped the reporter on the turned
could have come into the world away. Bill followed the direction -
erring husband, sue Connie for You'll have to get a new boy.' He jaw, sending him
sprawling, trip-
He wanted to of his and Connie
but saw
any way come, gaze
alienation of affections" started for the door. Gladys be- _.._
ped
a -
photographer who ---
He chose to come into the world .' approached Allenbury, beautiful In a pure -
by of the "I get it! cried Haggerty. "The coming indignant, caught his arm. him and held the body of to-
way a virgin. gown coming
"What difference does it make Star has called Connie a husband- "You mean you're running out until Connie, escaping towards the wards them.
stealer and she denies It We duplicate on Warren?" she demanded hot- gangplank, was joined by her father

somebody asks, "whether He
was the situation-and this time and his "Mr. Chandler. who born of a virgin or not ?" Here Is ly."That's secretary. '
life
My daughter Mr. Chandler""Oh. Announcement--
she does steal it
a husband. This sister. He pulled at "This is an outrage1"' asserted
,
the difference. The Bible says He Indeed; salt! Connie
time we're right! his arm. She clung tighter. Mr. Allenbury to a yea ,
ship s official
was born of a virgin. If He was I "Let her go to bat with her libel "It'll ruin his career-his life! "You should have guards.' barely glancing at him as she slid

not born of a virgin, the Bible misrepresents I, suit after that and see what she'llcollect You know what the Star means to In the confusion, the man who Into a seat beside her father
the facts about the birth !" !him A fine "Thanks so much. On father
friend had
you are gone to Connie's aid, had
of Jesus and the Bible Is supposed pick- guess who's with u,*! Mra, Van
"But how about the girl to mar- "Well, said Chandler, pretendIng e I up his bag and walked
"'. to be an authoritative book. If ly you? Do you know anybody?" reluctance "if you put It that the gang-plankl quicklyup I I Arsdale and that dreadful daugh- We have the most modern Cold Storage
d we cannot believe what the Bible "' ten! We eluded them all over E1:
"Pretty
tricky-It's got to be "I
am deeply regretful Miss Al-
says about the virgin birth. how wayThe :
can we believe what it says about someone we" can trust-" bride and groom, with their K-nbury," said the official "Are' rope boat!and" here they are on the same and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida-

"Listen! Interrupted Haggerty, only attendant at the marriage you all right?" I
: the Sermon on the Mount? How I an ecstatic look on his face. "I've were In the living room of Chand- "Oh ye>i-quite." "We re In for It," replied her

can we believe what It says about got the girl-the very girl! Ill ler's hotel apartment an hour later "Where did the young man ?" ,: father resignedly. "They'll be ask with a modern smoke house in connection. .
HIS miracles? How go
"
believewha.t
can we ing us to dinner.
"'phone her now and we'll meet drinking I
at I champagne and nibbling Inquired her father. "We must ,
the Bible says about anything the City Clerk's office In an hour." at caviar sandwiches when thank him. "They'll have to find us first!"

else? "I accept Jesus for my authority "Oh, its you, 'Is it? said Gladys the 'phone! rang. Chandler answer One of the reporters burst Into I responded Connie. "I've been duck-

S "The Sermon; some on the modernists Mount Is say. Benton coldly when she reccgnizedIlaggerty's ed It. loud speech, addressing his fellow I I Ing them all day. She turned to NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe
Chandler
my
vaaguely. "Are havIng
voice. "Send it right up. And send a.. newspaper men: "We'll fix that I you -
other modernists "
religion
reply. "Now wait a minute honey. Do waiter for the table lIe hung up."That's guy all right'! That was William fun, Mr."Chandler.-
All right, the same writer who records I'm In stitch
simply
want to married? the
you get wire you sent Warren. Chandler, the author. We'll show '
the Sermon
on the Mount "1>0 I want to get married T The waiter and the bellboy will be him he can't push the ell
Days that Jesus was born of a vir press "How Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats
What do you think I'll! call the here to<< witness the tender scene around!" lovely Father, did you
gin. The modernists accept what cable about my plane"
preacher- when we learn I'm called to Eu "Remember that '
the writer says that Jesus said In "Be at the City Hall -- clerk's rope." Allenbury to his name. said llloIr. "No I'm chartering one. Leave It WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE
His Sermon the Mount secretary as they In "
on yet the office.-In an hour. And don't ask "Remember, honey," Haggerty started for the gang"pl same modernists refuse to accept "Ttll Graham send
admonished to a radio
questions. Gladys "you're all Palmer, the man who had beenknocke.1
what the same writer says about "The Hall! But I broken Here gram. I'm dying to feel) the slick
City can't wear up. he Is, a bride- down, wt-nt to the man
up
the birth of the Preacher whose my dress! All right Waren, I.von't groom of an hour, torn from your who had named Chandler, "It I'd In my'hands again Do you fly. ICE &
the Mr.-
sermon writer quotes. I believein
"
ask questions. 111 be there, arms. known Chandler wall going to clip
the birth of "Chandler.. .
Jesus
virgin because I
crossed with
I and don't keep me waiting"If "And that's plenty!" me like that I'd hive charged, him Lindbergh
the same writer who quotes our Haggerty counted on his Irish Chandler lifted his glass. "To fifty buck Instead, of twenty''" I a couple of time But fishing -

Lo1'lI'sSermon on the Mount charm to persuade Gladys Bentonto my little bride!" Satisfied with such an Introduc- Is really my sport
(which sermon I accept as authori-! Graham arrived to COLD STORAGE CO.
tell his
<< marry a man she had never before "Lay off that stuff!" said Gladysin tlon to Connie Allenbury, Chandler! em
tative He born of vir !
)
was a
says I met Just to help him out of a anger. "My name I Is-" went to his cabin, after a short '

gin. jam. he was quickly persuaded of "MM. William Chandler!" consultation with a. private detective AKMOtllS: BIO CROP

his error. While BUI Chandler waited "I'd rather have a number!" who was making the voyage to I--KHTIU/E11.-: FKIITILJZER .I. CiKOflGR; MC1IC.

Pupils of Estee junior high I in a corner of the clerk's office Haggerty thought It time to interrupt New York as his assistant, and :I MATERIALS

school. Gloversvllle, N. Y., are voluntarily puffing a cigarette, Ha&gjrty t.plstned .-- "You wouldn't start fightIng busied himself reading up the Big Cacti. Discount" to Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St.

having their finger-prints to Gladys the jam he wain You're happily married magazine and newspaper articles !i (;omml' lon !Merchant< and

recorded and filed with the depart- -how it might cost him his career both crazy In love with each oth- about Mr. Allenbury with which he "'armeas.ochulon.. Gainesville FloridaI

ment of Justice through local po If the paper lost the suit er." had supplied himaelf. A number Ii i ii ... L. IIAIUIELULawtoy!: -\f'n& ,
.,,,.
lice. appealing to her love for him.\ "I must be crazy to have let you i of them had to do with fishing, for I I -
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1''AAE aJIiHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAPIl. STARK)!; FLOItIDt FRIPAr. JANUARY 8,

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I' OUR GOAL FOR 1937 1 Mission Hall quartettes, etc. and other special CARD OF TIIAMCH
1 County Telegraph What does 1937 hold In store for r ; numbers There was also a abort
Starke and Bradford County LATE i The Gainesville Gospel m..H..ua. Bible lesson, testimony and vari- We wish to thank om "'
were greeted by a capacity congregation ous Inspirational messages. friends for their kindnesstime
Established 1871MEJV.BER Many fine things wr hope' But t"I I
above all we hope that the next i i TO CLASSIFY ai t the Mission attended Tuesday and contributed eve-- Next week a new teacher will of death of my de.u, I

t==C= twelve months will see the establishment nr nusiKtt KAY.eererarr ning when to they the weekly meeting of have charge and there will be special und! family
and successful .... music Don't miss the treat
operationhere Florid Press A.
y vrlwRInAPRESS[ ASSOCIATION of a farmer's central market. the Bible study group Eight gift- which may be In store fur those attending Mrs. R D StIll !. .
I by
ed singers came, accompanied
Of course, there are other things And
\ rendered several Family
By the time this column Is pub their pianist and
that nre needed and wante.anew I
lished the Great Seal of the Stateof
school building, more hard :
-- -- I Florida will have changed hands :
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class roads,community perhaps an centers armory and But various the- and we'll have to be careful to address :1 IjcLOP uAf 4-1I.. iHblSJi"! Tnnu .. me l.mnn'I!n thNIIE11JI.tfI4 rnl

Matter at the Post. Office at Starke FloridaE. farmer's market Is the most vital our gubernatorial correspon. '"'
.. and the most necessary of all. dence "Dear Fred1 Instead of ...,__ ; ?:/f!< )."" _. ,

L. Matthews------ ._ ..._. __Editor and Owner When we work for it we are work- "Dear Dave" .. ....- .... 'D'....l,;.:, ""..;.,.:..:...<-.!" ;.;.,i':"c.I:,:,") t":... : $' ..OII'i.I"tI.; '
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You know there Is thin .T. '
some
ing for something that will ;:" ":' :;;: '! "" "
SUBSCRIPTION RATE strengthen the very foundation of I I really pathetic about a governorhavin' I 'f) -n/G JltS1l.eY 01'f' : : ,,,' .. "I
the financial value of our county. to step up and turn the seal ;# ..:... .,( : \ {:-;,
Y"
( WtJv.t1.J H "
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance to else after he's' MIAMI :
Yearly, $1.50; If our farmers are successful and I lover somebody >t.
I It IIG Cw.P IiTC IN'MJPTJ': :; 0::
spent four long tralnin 'I
years
the stimulus
Advertising Rates on Application are making money \ "..A rtJ/4
Wi:Sn.eYO/ ; .; .:
will be felt In every line of busi- and Is just gettin' to the point j.; /
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+ ness In the county. Schools, new where it will jump through whenhe : .j,:(;
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By RED KERCE) civic buildings und other Improve- crucks the whip or throws It an- y) dZWs --:j" rfJ.
I ments will then follow as a matter other fish

'. Better go down to the court house and play tag before 'I. of coutse / And tt must be Kind cf tough on

next Friday Lets concentrate on the farm the seal, tpo. Just when he getsso
er's' market. Set! it as our goal for he can do pretty well balancin'
t a ,' 1937 and forget everything else for a deficit tot have a new trainer take
One of the fastest ways to cook your goose is by crow the time being.l'ICTCRES _!h.lm Jtf: charge and start tryln' to
-- teach him to. balance a budget In-
ing too much. .
I ; IN THE PAPER stead. ..t. k.- '
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i Have you noticed the local pIctures So far rftybody' seems td know 'l
An editor asks "Are there any Republicans left?" They I I in the Telegraph for the past: very much' "hiiout'what's' gonna "

must' be left. They surely weren't right. two or three weeks? We hope you happen;" Under the new administration ,
: have for they mean a great we can expect to see our
0- amount of time, trouble and expense state officials fired with enthusiasm jififY:
Pity the poor man who i is afraid to look up his family. for the Telegraph In offering or at least resigned to the

tree for fear a noose will drop around his neck. them to you situation.

i 0 Few people realize what a big Probably the first thing Fred
job It Is to get one little picture will do after the Inaugural paradeIs
'Where are the girls of )yesteryear asks a female col- into a newspaper: First, of course, march over to the mansion and ,.'

umnist. Why aunty, they're the mothers of today. I you must have a camera and atoll attend to the little ceremony of re- rn -,. ,
l of film, then the next thing is movln' them padlocks we've heard ,l.ta -
Ii.I.
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to find a picture worth taking so much about, and a lot of folks!
Start the new year right. Join the Business Men's Club After that you must send the neg- think he'll'take 'em over and put ..

and help put Starke and Bradford County on the map. ative away, perhaps to Jackson 'em on the vault In the treasurer's .. 'f'
I o ville, to be developed and printed. office. ....
When it Is returned to you (If it The theme song over In the offices .
The Lake Wales Highlander goes poetical : "Thirty-six turns out to be any good--ex- of the State Road Departmentwill .

helped our fix; May thirty-seven be more like Heaven." tremely doubtful)) It must again be probably be "HALE, the t ,.'

o sent away, perhaps to Tampa this Chief" But bein' head bf ,the )
time, to be enlarged and made into Road Department Is no &slouch job ..
.
Sherman said that war is hell. That's why we can't understand n metal cut suitable for newspaper and the man'wn<> takes 1t has a job '1'

why so many people seem anxious to go there. printing on SHOULDERS' and he has "'
to humpin' to make the
keep
o So you see the matter of gettinga
local picture 'Inco: the Telegraph GRADE .
Betty Jaynes is singing in grand opera at the age of fif- Is not so simple as It might seem A lot of poor fish are wondcrln (

teen. Well, at least she will have a long time to live it down. In spite of all these difficulties, who will have charge of the Con-
however, we are going to try to use servation department, It Is gen I
p o two erally conceded that the present
one or good pictures a week
Ancient Chinese considered of Incumbent will be knocked reelln' 1 1r
large ears a sign sincerity.But aa long as we can afford it and as 'pGteCUPN6Sir
now they consider them only a good target for the Japanese long as we are convinced that our ot(, his PERCH in spite of the fact /NWstB/1AN1'CdFTr/6 r
readers appreciate the extra effort that he's made a pretty good rec-
that is necessary. ord savin the DOE.

0---- We want to make the Telegraphjust The new governor promised to

The vocal chords of a woman are lighter than those of a as Interesting for you as pos- get us out of the woods but he's
sible, and also want to Introducean gonna have a hard time dnin' It LOCATED originally near BIscayne: Bay and the road Into what la now Miami. The old building
; man, a scientist declares. Maybe that is why they move element of surprise so tha you with the State Forestry Department banks of the Miami River, OLD FORT DAL- hat since been removed from its original site' M

around more. will never know just what to expect plantln trees faster than we LAS was constructed primarily as a military post Lummus Park. I
o when you reach for your pa- can chop 'em or bum 'em down. by the United State government. It was nevera THE body of the PORCUPINE FISH I Is covered

"Wild Men Become Film Fans.-Headline. Well, if theysee per on Thursday or Friday of each when Rock-a-bya the wind Baby blows on the, etc.Tree Over Top In, fortification. Some of the original building with stiff, movable and erectile spines. This | ..
week. which Included dwelling., quarters for slaves and fact together with the rotundity of the fish hat
many punk movies it won't be long before they'll be wild the Forestry office they're sittln'!
Of course, we can't do this all
tables were later torn,down and In 1872 a fire earned for It the name of Globe Fish, Prickly
'round Wontierln' who will be "Gone
all over again. you alone.know We of must a bit have of your help. If with the Wind" and how soon it a wiped out all but two of those remaining. In Globe Fish and Sea Hedge-hog in addition to the

o or know where an interestingnews interesting gonna start blowtn.' 1891 Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle, of Cleveland, Ohio Porcupine Fish. This queer looking creature hall
Whether we will continue to receive who had previously purchased the old fort and the unusual faculty of being able to Inflate its
We know a fellow so unpopular that when he gets a bad picture might be taken, tell us
about it Together FRANK statements on the surrounding property came here to live and it body with air until it float! on the surface of
we make
cold sixteen interested can '
only people enough to him
are give the Telegraph the most interesting subject of public safety remainsto wall largely through Mr. Tuttle's Influence that the water, under aide uppermost It attain a
their favorite remedy. weekly In the country How's be seen, but personal safety is Henry :Flaglar was induced to extend his rail- length of about two teat and six tnche,
I about If1IOLJI I of greater concein to the State
Safety Director right now than
"Laugh an hour after each meal for your health's --0--- -
I
public safety.
>\Y CLOSING
sake," advises "a savant. No, no, brother not us. Our wife Last year about thIs time we I I Carl Q. Rose to the occasion by I

takes cooking seriously. printed an editorial suggesting turnln' in his resignation as State What Do You Need

that Starke merchants get together Racing Commissioner figurin' it
o and lay out a definite schedule was a horse ON him anyway and
Wally Simpson is popularly contributing much to the for opening and closing on the various knowin' he didn stand a chance ,
n recent best seller. Being the first holidays throughout the of be In' left at the POST. His successor -
"Gone With the Windsor." person actually having I So far nothing has been done aboutit year. will probably be appointedby In Printed Forms, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery?

but we still think It was a good Parl-Mutuul agreement. (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)
o Alex Stuart of Tampa and :Hurl

Richard Wagner, the composer, used to tip his hat to Idea.As the situation now Is, a few Ps.ce of Tavares are both bein'

himself in the mirror. Lots of other folks we know are pretty clays before each holiday the city to talked about aa possible successors LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS
marshal goes around with Bryan Willis In the State AuditIng -
a
peti-
fond of that fellow in the mirror. tion to the various business places Department. But Fred says For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub-

I o !and tries to Vet them to agree to he don't know how they figure Special attention given to work in two or her stamps and the time you save will soon

Maybe the editor who suggests that taxpayers need a close on a particular day. It Is and calla that's for a lot one of appointment figurin'. that more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking
very seldom that the '
) agreement Is work of art-get from the scratchpad pads.
battle cry is right after all. If they've paid their taxes, they unanimous-some want to close all That little game of tag between away
variety.
?i need to fight for space in a nudist colony. day, some for half a day, and some Motorist and the State will go ,tiI
not at all-and usually more or right on. only a new guy will probably
o less hard feelings arise be IT. Fred haa been havtn' a ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS
; Times are much better. From the society columns, we This procedure Is a lot of needless lot of fun runnln" down the list of ENVELOPES
boys and girls In that particular Of course you knew we carried typewriter
learn that more parents-in-law are visiting with their daugh- trouble for the marshal and M
ters and sons-in-law often aa not results In no closingat playhouse and I can just hear hIm: Sure, you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding, "
than vice versa. all because some stores! fear that countuV! "Eenle meenie money' from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa-

ol1 other places In the same line of mae, If ha hollers let him go O-U-T about as much personality and Individuper rolls upon which you add up. to- see

And if you have any unbroken New Year resolutions, business will remain open. spells out"But ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone-
might break them the you It has been suggested by soma all kiddin' tilde! the task of Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and,you 'did-
next fellow's
over head
who asks, merchants that the business men selecting efficient honest loyal n't have to pay the ones they send you.
Y "have you broken your new year's resolutions?" hold a meeting soon after the first co-workers that faces aa incoming

o of the year make out a list of legal governor Is not an easy one. Too
holidays upon which it is customary often appointments tore out to be STATEMENTSSome
Local robberies have done away with the myth that just to close up shop, and definitely dlsappo atDSenl.. But one thing business houses sending SECOND SHEETS
because you live in a small town there is decide we can depend on, whatever Fred stopped
no need to lock your whether they shall .
No
these out during the depression, but the use to buy expensive when :
doors. Better clone all day, half of CODe does will be done honestlyand papers '
play safe the
and
take the day, or
precautions.A .
proper time has when doesn't
reasonably
not at all. Such an agreement sincerely for the' best Interestsof come you can appearance count, but if you do
0.- I should be binding and some method the state as ha sees it. expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked.-

Princeton scientist says that "cosmic glue" holds the of punishing places that do not He may give Jobs to hi* friends! a three cent stamp. We-have a very special bond in all sizes-even that extra long le. ,

earth together., And we always thought it was those neat abide by the decision should be arrived and supporters but such appointments price on statemerts. gal size that 'you can never borrow frorc:
at.The will be more In the nature your friends Also that thin onion skin
lines shown running around the globe in the geography books. Telegraph will be glad to of an opportunity, for I don't be- for making copies.

u-- publish the list of holidays and lieve Fred will retain any appointee -
Winched keep housewives and other who does not fully measure CARDS
says they had slot machines in Rome over 2.- shoppers up
advised to the task from the standpoint of
v. 000 years ago. You dropped a coin in the slot and got holy I so that sufficiently they can do In their advance honesty ability and conscientious For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

water. Times haven't<<: changed; so much. Now-a-days you I marketing with no Inconvenience service, Either printed engraved or embossed. Rubber bands,
all
gem clips kinds
of
drop a coin in the slot and get cleaned. from closed doors. While the' people of the state Too many styles to name but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we
have can
I We think the Idea of little knowledge cf Fredaplans
holding I here for inspection and all save you money on all of
such meeting Is a prety (I and Intentions, this has occasioned your prices are these. There
There Is a lot of talk these about machines.I good must he other things that
days voting suggestion, and would like to see1 I: no lack of confidence in reasonable. escape us just
Well, isn't that what the average person is? He votes like I some definite action taken SKKMK.MREK him and the general feeling persists now, but you can ask.LEGAL .

F somebody tells him to instead of like his conscience tells him ': this line. I everywhere that Fred will .
make "
a "GOOD
-- -0--- GOVERNOR
to after reasoning the whole thing out for himself. : ROAD IS WEDDING INVITATIONS

---0 I Governor Cone Japan has an averge of fourerthqu'1kes. BLANKS
Is
in
office now. The folder type in white or the new
The Titusville Star-Advocate reports the following item i and for It should be a cause of rejoic I .every.day. ivory color. If you must economize on this Don't bum your legal blanks-buy them
ling all towns
from a western weekly "Grandmother along the route from us.Ve have everything
: Smith is low .you'll need
H very as of Important Road No. 13, Approximately 10,192.403 of the i. that looks like
,. we go to press. If !she' dies she will be buried Sunday." We the election During world total of 11.492639 oaptlsts I : egravwhether you're buying a cow or mortiraz-
Cone
ing feels I like
I proraiaett that engraving, but doesn't cost
I ing home. Our
in your blanks
the will
( \ suppose:! Grandmother got well after that: just for spite. I one of the first official acts of hisartministration I world are in North America. like engraving thing but pay the mortgage. do every

1.11o --o would be to see that days of his administration.

+ ., The social season opened in Quincy last week with members the highway short tetween stretch of Baldwin unfinished The completion of Road 13 will Get 29 On The Telephone Please James
\ and main! a Increase ,
of the" fire department playing hosts at their first'"chitlin' '! Yulee Is completed. Everyone believes I' amount of great tourist travel through In the

supper.[ We expect some prominent Bradford Governor Cone to be a man ;' Staika and It is encouraging to

County residents: will ba marina: to West: FloiiiU! : if this sort of his word, ,and indeed he haa I! know that this long-delayed unfinished Bradford

of thing keep Ui" already; demonstrated this to a, link will. soon be a matter County Telegraph .
I great: extent during the past few of history.:

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