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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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\ SATURDAY IS CHECKER TIME CITY BONDS ONLY A YEAR AGO-BUT DEATH P. O. RECEIPTSSIIOV
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.k%f RATE I CAN WORK FAST_,IN TWELVE MONTHS II


BOUGHT UP A story that !In many reaped--is -I'll see them' the Ohio man snld \ INCREASEFOR

1240 PERCENT I I as weird as anything conceived by : Mr Register told him that the

the fertile brain of Edgar Allen 1 then hl'rlrfV.. J. Epperson" and

Poe came to light here this week.A his d.'putyV.. W. Balsden. had PAST YEAR
BY COUNCIL
ABOVE DEATHS I -' ; : --1 : i year ago--January 11 15 3d. been" lost to the community duringthe

past yeur.
young Jim Zlmpher. of Pftc wa,
For n minute Mr. Zlmpher was
Ohio, on his way to Miami! ran
Starke Gains 63 More' 1 ;i'a Principal And InterestOn head-on Into a truck at Long non-plusseii but his face brightened Figures Indicate Fourteen

z short distance west of as he recalled that he had discussed
First Light Plant Bridge a Percent Increase
Than It Loses s Starke. the accident with State'llAttol'ney

4 Z Debt ,Now Paid A. S. Crews. Mr Register Over 191;
In 1936REGISTRAR'S +t, This week a relative of young
told him that this prominent
I t tr ---"- Zlmpher returned here and conferred -
citizen hail also passed on during
LOCAL OFFICE F AILS
WILL CUT OPERATING I with Freeman Register, local
REPORT 4.c 1r' EXPENSES ('Ofr YEAH garageman who handled the wreck. 1936. SECOND CLASS COAL;
SHOWS GROWTH HERE } J The Ohio man was about to give
( The family was having trouble collecting i -
t up In despair when he clutc' -d at A substantial Increase of almost
The City Council Tuesday night l Insurance on the accident, 1
If local birth and death figures a last straw. "\Vell." he siiid, .The
bought up the last of the old 1 refunding he said, and It would be necessary ; I fourteen percent" for 193(1( over
were general, the world would soon"be" only other person In town I remem-
1933 the
figures reported by
' bonds on the original city to have some affidavits signed by was
over populated, because we find J ber dlHcualng the Incident with was
light and water plant, thus relieving -( l local people familiar with the cir poatofflca here thla week as totals
from 'the. registrar of birth and a druggist l on the corner In the
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for the computed.The
were
y the city government of about cumstances.Mr. year
deaths, C. A. Futch that there next block."
I ended In $8.-
Besides Just brought
I : $300 Interest annually. year
mentioned the
were 108 births against only forty- Zlmpher name "J. M. Mitchell ?" the garagemanasked. 532.73 an compared with $7,499.09
$3,000: required for this payment, a
five deaths last year. In plain I of Dr. E. L. Biggs, and was told .

English, 240 percent more people Almost any Saturday afternoon,finds a scene like the above at the payment of $2,700 for Interest on i that the popular physician hadI "Yes answered Mr. Zlmpher. In 1933.

were bom In Starke and vicinitylast corner of Call and Walnut Street The players shown here are Ben both the old and the new bonds j i I died In March of last year. Mr. Mitchell died In Septemberof Although total for the year
I Hocking and Edward H. Jarvuvthe latter claiming the championship was also made. All but $12,000 I were encouraging: and a fine Indication
than died In the same "Well the sheriff and his
year deputy Injuries received In an automo-
f although he admits Mr. Hocking Is good. Mr. Jarvis recently return. of the new bonds have been bought I I of bettor times locally, the
area.Deaths ed to Starke after being in other parts for four years, during which It is said. are familiar with the facts. bile accident office tell short about $880 of the
In 1936 fell twelve from I suffered decided decline. In fact, he 8a'Sthat -
checkers a
time Saturday Residents here are looking forward I goal necessary to put It back up to-
the total deaths of the preceding checker board under a pile of
I when he left here he put'the away
to a reduction In taxes, and second claan However, on the
year, fifty-seven persons dying In merchandise In J. W. Morgan's store. When he returned four years 4-H CLUBS
PACKING PLANTMay
In electric rates, when I bnsis .of 1936 ,
1935 and only forty-five In 1936. I later he found the board still there, untouched and covered with dust. possibly (gains employees are

Last year's total births exceeded I Mr. Jarvis will take on all\ comers: so if you think you're good Just the municipal plant gets free of I hopeful that 1037\ Kill bring forth

hang around the corner of Walnut and Call next Saturday afternoon. debt. Create Interest the necessary, amount
a the total births by one, 108 against I .. ._ _. ._ Operate
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107 In 1935. I I The following bills were paid by Money orders also showed an In-

If times get much more prosperous I the council: n crease with 11,781/ totaling .136
PROJECT
the poor old overburdened BIRTHDAY BALLTo SCHOOL Elmo Struth, Fireman- $1; II AMONG.BOYS HERE THIS YEAROFFU'IAI.H 58.33: In 193(1: ( ai compared with

etork wil have to hire his brotherto Glasgow Fireman SI.: R. C. Johns, i 10,180! orders totaling $108,390.97

help him! Be HeldSATURDAY Submitted Fireman, $1; Bud Jenkins! Fire- I In 1033

--. man $1; Frank :McKelvey, Fireman OItGANIZATIONS .FORMED: OF COMPANY: Receipts during thequartl'r end.

$1; E. A. Winkler, Fire Chief, I AT HAMPTON. HKOOKER LOOK OVER HERRY Ing December 31, 193tl were $2-
NEW BOOKS
; WEEKWOMAN'S \ :TO \\VPA FOR O. Ke $2; Quigley &.Davis, Supplies, .47: ANDLAWTEY SITUATION 531.78. an Increase of twenty-two

AT LIBRARYSTORIES Starke Telephone Co. TelephoneCity percent over the quarter ending

Hall, $3.60; W. A. Stern, Re I' County Agent T. K McClane, The possibility that a cold pack December 31, 1033.

TO PLEASE EVERY pair Fire Truck, $15: Cal Cllsson, Jr., with the assistance of the Di,. plant would be operated here dur- .
CLUB WILL OFFICIALS
HERE THINK
TYPE CAN BE FOUND Special Police Duty $15; W. L. :strict Agricultural Representativeof ing the approaching strawberry EVANGELISTENDS
BE SCENE OF
AGAIN CHANCES ARE mOD FOR
ON SHELVES O. L. Beas-
$4
Councilman,
Wall ; I of Florida's enthusiasm this
the University extension season put new
GALA NEW BUILDINGA. I .. ___ __ .
PARTYere law Councilman S4: P., E. Cano- with MEETINGS
1 division. W. T. Nettles, organized week In everyone connected .
I
Among the new books at the Library ; ; 'WM'Ed.wards : : v
v :Jr., Councilman, $4; I 4-H Clubs at Brooker and the Industry.
will be found the\January N. Sternberg, chairman of the J. Griffis, J. H. Moore and J. Councilman $4 E. C. DR. IIOLCOMB HAS BEEN
; Hampton Wednesday.. January Representatives" of GeneraFoods I
selections of the Literary Guild Birthday Ball for the President.which H. Benson were In Jacksonville I IN
Priest, Councilman $4; Carl Johns, HEARD BY MANY( .
Jan-
13. They met at Lawley on Inc. from Tampa and Jackncnvllle -
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and the Book of the Month Club: will be held here Saturday, .
Saturday to submit the new elementary { *
Salary, December, $60; T. F. Lan- uary 6 and will meet at Starke on were looking over the situation WEE ('S SERIES 4
collection of
"Rodeo which Is a January 30, this week reviewed the school project to the
drum Mayor Fees $18; A. L. Al- 18 at 1 o'clock
Monday. January here In the week and
early ,
western stories by R. B. Cunnlng- of the event for the ben-
purposes WPA. The sponsors of the project Dr. Walt Holcomb of Atlanta,
& Board $117.20 J. .
varez, Salary :
to club here. visited announced would
organize a They that they likely
hame, and "Audubon" a life of the efit of anyone who might be unfamiliar are greatly encouraged over the aa., has been the guest evangelistof
B. Salary & Fees, $79 Melvin -
Sapp ; I and
these
boys yesterday operate a plant In Starke If they
Bird Man Constance Rourke. with the facts. ]
by
prospect and a special meeting of the pastors and churches In
1I tt "Drums Along the Mohawk," ,a I The purpose of the balls, ,whichare the school board was called Wed McKinney, Salary i Fee,Deed$30; I found an enthusiastic response were convinced that they could get Starke during the week. He has
A. J. Thomas Recording with about fifty boys asking to fruit In sufficient to
revolutionary story by Waite D:1: 'held In alt parts of the coun- nesday to discuss details. 'I quantities conducted a crusade of evangelism
Gen. Motor ,
$1.35 Accept. Corp.
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Join. make the venture profitable to
Edmpnds.J'Tld water Virginia" by try that date, la to raise funds
on The which Is'a copy of Interna
cost
proposed building would Payment Chev. Truck, $ 4.61; To-
i between the of
Boys ten them.
Paul Wllstach,and "The Story_ of with which to help victims of Infantile In the of : and I ages tional crusade he conducted last
neighborhood 75.000 Co. Chev.
rode Chev. ,
I Repair and who Interested
Michele" twenty are In The final decision of the com-
San by Dr. Munthe completes and to
paralysis support research summer In Japan Korea and
would relieve conditionsIn
I congested Truck, $1; Gulf Refining Co., Gasoline I 4-H Club work were asked to join.It will be made known within
loaned books that pany
of
the list efforts to wipe of the disease -
the China. It Includes a teaching crusade -
present high school building it Oil November & December,
,
will 'only be with us for a short itself. Is hoped they will put forth the next few days, It was stated. at the morning meetings.
here. $ ::5,79; Bradford Hdw. Co., Sup- great effort to make this work .
time, having been loaDedby Mlsa I Seventy percent of the proceedsof -.-- plies, $2.13; Standard Oil Co. Oa successful. who Interested At night he has preached some
i Gertrude A. Heerlng of Green each local ball Is kept in the I Boys are PLANT CITYSHIPPING
!'+ Galileo, an Italian, la credited & Oil $12.71: H. L. Brownlee, In 4-H Club work have a chanceI fine sermons and In the afternoon
Cove Springs. i community and thirty percent Is with Invention of the astronomical Bond Trustee $2; R.J Davis, Bond I to learn how to Improve the business I BIG has conducted a children's crusade

k Some of you will want to read sent to the national committee for telescope which has made modern Trustees, $2; J. F. Colley, Bond I practices In farming, they speaking before the school chil
"A Strange Melody' by Nell Bell; the nation-wide fight on the dis- SEASON THERE WILL SOON dren.
I I celestial exploration possible. Trustee, $2. I learn how to cooperate, and how :
I Folded Hills" by Stewart Edward ease. REACH PEAK WITH CON
to raise better livestock, and pro Dr. Holcomb will close his cru
i White: "Not for Heaven," and I The Birthday Ball has becomean HIKER THINKS COWS ON ROAD I duce better crops. TINUED' WARMTHThe sade today (Friday with a farewell .
Hungry Men' $1,000 prize stories annual event in Starke, and
The service at the court house at
officers
I following were
by McCleary and Anderson respec l always attracts a large crowd to HELP TO SLOW DOWN FAST DRIVERSBy Plant City strawberry season
,a elected from Hampton: 7:45: o'clock. A follow-up crusade
tively; "I, James Lewis" by Ga- the Woman Club, where it wilt I Claude Is running about three week! of personal evangelism ls of
Durham President. part
briel. ,which Is a dream of empire I again be held this year, H. E. LAGERCREN In tarnation, can't they have safe I| Theron Collins, Vlce-Prenldent. aheai! of schedule because of recent his plan, and the local pastors and

on the Oregon coast; "A Prayer --.. "" sidewalks on the bridges for pre- I warm weather. Thirty cara congregations' will follow this
Lawton
I Youngblood, Sec-Treas. up
Scene-The aeat of Unsuccessful of fruit rolled out of there
ovel"thll
'for'My Son" by Hugh Walpole; deatrlans? As It Is, bridge
VETERANS BILLINTRODUCED 'every The following\ were chosen to crusade with a visiting crusade of
"Man: the Unknown" Carrel Truth-seekers at the bank cornerIn week-end with twenty-six
by ; I 1.1 tooinarrer.And head Individual
the Brooker club: evangelism. "Everyone -
Starke Truth out
personnel-two more Prices
"The Gray.Knight", a 1936 life of ; now they ,twantr the road Earnest Edwards, President. reported Monday. win one," la' the slogan for the'
seekers .
Lee. by Belle Moaea "The American one talking. one napping.I are said to( have been fairly steady
) ,
fenced so M to keep the cattle of Edward follow-up
Barker -Vlce Pre.ident program
Doctor's Odyssey" by Dr. Hel- WOULD GIVE PENSIONS TO look worried, you'say? Hm; and range from ten to eleven cents
fen for the of The
'enu protection motorists Tommy ColHon, Sec-Tress. pastors will occupy their
THOSE WITH TEN PERCENT reckln rye a reason. No, hit's not a pint;
'The Tale of
per Genjl" by Lady I
: the .
In my -opinion cowsare The next meeting for Hampton own pulpits next Sunday and It to
because rm afraid of wife. All
PMtiraaakt, a five dollar book which DISABILITY my The total movement to date from
i the only llfe* avera la the the of Dr. Holcomb with'every
will be hope
held from 8:30 to 9:15: on
telLs of the of I she can do la to jaw, and being almost there la with
royalty Japan. 1,503,324,, plats aa estimated -
whole traffic business for church have
full
house.
every 1. The may a
Congressman Lex Green Introduced deaf, aa I am, hit don't hurt Monday.. February next
return to of
motorist If he ain't too drunk, or : growers $194 .
meeting for Brooker will be held
into the House of Representatives 1 me IIODe. No hit's the cars on theme
BIG FISH CAUGHT this week a. bill providing: done. No, blt'a the cars on the sleep, or blind, la sure to alow up from 1O:3O to 11:15: on Monday, 744111..' Young Demo to Meet
I if he aces cow ahead. A predes-
IN a pension to world war veterans course I walk oa the side, where February 1. Dr ,II. B, MbLendon, presidentof
KINGSLEY trlan the road he doesn't mind Bug Schedule ChangesThe
oa
; This work 1.a aaset'to
'
who .have-a ten per cent or greater l hit' tolerabid'safe, but I ve to great the Young Democratic Club of

j JOHN .ARTHUR TORODE disability. The penaioaa would' cross 'Gator bridge oa number thirteen lie may hit him, but he don't wreck our county a id a wonderful opportunity northbound bus that has Bradford. County \has called *

ftRINGS IN 12-POUNDER start at $12 per month for ten percent and that's the p'lnt of dang the car and he can go right on; but for our boys It behooves been arriving here at .:11J aV Bk meeting of that organization for

.LAST WEEK disability and would be in-, r. running Into a cow .U something 'u-* to give' every support now arrive at SIS; O. L. Bea"eY'1 Tuesday night January 19, in the
else ad be know it. So let the
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creased in proportion to percent I There' hardly room for more'n: potMltile' to this program. The local agent, announced tttbr _I IL court house at 7:3O: o'clock. Officer
ooa''Artlu Torod bur.P4rlse&.t'twelve cows stay on the road a* safety County Supt, A. J.Gri/fl. Prof. L.
'i was agent disability. Veterans totally two carat anyway. Now when two The first bus front' Jacksonville will be elected and sinus dele-
povnA black ban disabled would receive $OO per transfer truck meet there, each valve, says L Another thing them 'A. Gray at; Starke;: Proto Q. >C, In the morning now come at 10:20: I Kate tar the- state convention. laBraj4entoa

.urns'f.ucjjJrledt.) sodeveryone\ who I month. The bill also provide. that aa big as a box car and each'hav ear driver respect a Digger: witha McCauley. at Brootter- Prof. Bryant Instead of 10:50.WHAT. :! In Karcb.'

.,. +Jtpgm.bearcf ttmjtory has been sw'ggtlleed. any World) War veteran who baa ing trailer both' at the I wobbly wmgin. drawn by a lame Beasley at Luwtey, and Prot. .
a -
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But anyway", the fact re- drawn service-connected disability mule ,he .ha" .tllsr right' of'' way Lester SponholU at Hamptonhave "

\ 1-Jl1Ue i that fish John while Arthur fcastjag caught: front an' compensation twelve :months for since any his period discharge of rate and what I of chances am thutty-flv on that have miles I bridge? Or a-hour.when what pf whenever thq! commiwioners he wants.it.hIrID'.lIxpew So Instead:"whole-hearted all given this support.movement their It[ DO YQU THINK?' | I IWeekly I

ttte'' dock at the home of'hla pap and who ii I now dtawlng'COlDpell- sive cops on motorcycles to go We are hoping the parents of the
one car, making sixty: miles tries
the motions of to
**ita on the north side of Klngsley sation, shall be automatically restored to through trying boys will encourage their boys to
another
l \.J to his former maximum pasa making fifty regulate the; peed on the' rottdrlee Join and assist them In thin work
miles, on the bridge, and I am 'em hire with .<{umtloit the backbone of the world, and
nigger wobblywactn.s
'I much
ih The catch, was.made early la thex' compensation status a. a* po.slble.
honing. there-what chance have I? Sup and lame III1.Ilel. to zigzagon Under thla head each week the school can't be a success unless:
wttto and
a rod reel using! The
w'."'. Jim-Jure. For the benaU'j passing of this bill would posing I'm going home. I come to the road, and take hit from me Telegraph will print the viewpoints the farmers can sell their produce
;"calm HOMEOWNERSSHOULD
have a direct effect upon the incomes the bridge I look back I ,
a
; ; see that the maxlmuu speed will be re- of some of Our leading Bradford and support their children
f unbelievers the fish
lawiaiaplay. ;
ap! any ,
of at least fifty of the World car at the Peggy track; I think citizens some Important and .
: :,,;/ tlll alive In a live-box: duced to thutty-flve mile & ..our. APPLYHAYES County on schools.A.
at the Torode' home. !1 War veterans residing In Bradford rye time to cross. before hit And right here In Starke-don't subject or question of general Interest J. MKIFFIS! school superintendent -

tonPley County. catches up with me; but you can t hit beat! all! In cities jaywalkingIs I SAYS APPLICATIONSMUST was emphatically for the

Lake ha long been Congressman Green presented to I never tell how feat a car moves condemned as unaafe. Here, by BE FILED This week the opinions of several new school building. He said

4' noted for good swimming and poor' the House on January 8 a bill for I!I when coming towards you. Now, golly, you have to jay-walk to be EACH YEAR local. people were given In answer that "when farmers are better

02; but if this sort of thing 1 Ia the refund of the tobacco tax under the bridge Is a hundred and five reasonably aafe In crossing, for I, Tax Assessor E. W. Hayes thl* to the question "Which do educated they can have better

ted very often, fishermen will the Ker'r-Smith Tobacco Act. feet long; T step three feet a second then you can see cars coming from week pointed out that In order to you think should come first In farms and can market their pro

-.lfbe e' ..vi a* thick out there as bath- ; but that car, traveling at sixty both'direction. But don't you try benefit from the Home,tead Exemption Bradford County, a new school duce."

Coca Cola King Here miles a hour, makes the quarter the street Intersection, 'f the Act, home owners must building or a farmers' market?" F C. IIOLJJNOMVVOKTII. real estate

I mile In fifteen seconds, while I marshal ain't there. No'matter make new applications every year. C. I. HTOCKUKLU banker, answered broker, sided with the far
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i -ANDRUNVICTIM No doubt maJy celebrities atop make only forty-five feet. So hit how keerful you look, cars will slipup He Is now accepting applicationsat ; "I believe the school mers' market. "It's absolutely

<<"" I here for meals during the tourist catches me midway on the bridge.At -4)n you without regard for your ; his office In the court house. building should come first be- necessary to aid the farmer to

.; :Jt'' !:: season and are not recognized or the same time a car from the The term "homestead.l," he pointed rncst of the conjestlon and sell his produce. Then more '

.CURTIS do not make their identity known. south meets it. To keep from colliding life.A car confers a mighty distinction out, applies In the case of a per crowded conditions existing In taxes can be collected and, per-

,4., SMITH FOUND NEAR However, W. E. Bryant states that each turns a little to the on a man. He may to have son residing In an Incorporatedtown the present building. If we con haps, the new school building

,*' /S&0EATH ON BROOKER ,I If Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Candler, of right, and effen I don't glt over to patch his breeches with adhesive to a tract of land not larger tinue to have a consolidated can be built"NATHAN

SjS ROAD MONDAY : the famous Atlanta Coca Cola the banister purty darn quick, plaster, but by hook or by than one-half acre In size, with a school, a new building In !Imperative PKEVATT, grocery

f : (Curtis Smith who lives just family, had lunch In his restaurant there I'd'be In the same fix: aa the crook he can BIt some kind of n home contiguously located. If out- ," manager, favors a new schoolbuilding.

<, outhjof Starke was found neardegtb at noon Monday. Mr. Candler, snakes you find on the railroad car, and then he can laugh when :sIde of an Incorporated town It applies N HTr.R:' nr.nUmerchant. declared "The school Is great.

by tbe highway at the junc- an elderly man, ate ham and eggs, track-dead! them dignified fellers, who would to a tract of land not larger "A farmers' market beeiuna ly overcrowded" he said. "We

?tfolll of the Brooker-Graham roads, whll his young wife ordered fried Oh yes, as you say, foot-paesen- n't trust him for a quarter, must than 160 acres with a horn contiguously the farmers aren't making any- can get along without a farmers'

,.Monday night. chicken. The Coca Cola manu- gers have no right what car drivers hop skip and Jump to git outen his located. thing, and If they can't make a market but we cun't get along

I "''Smith, apparently the victim of facturer said that he had nothingto '' need respect; I fully recognisethat. way. And no matter if he ha. nowhere In order to obtain benefits of the living they will be forced to without educa tIn."

t a'' bitfand run driver, was found do but "ride and. spend money. And for that reason I never to go and all day to git law, the applicant must be residIng leave, then the county will be .MILS. FRED STUMP/ fj strongly-

by s negro truck driver, Ida Hal'nn. --- cross the bride if I can avid It there, he must go fast, jest like a on the homestead, he added. ruined. Besides we hive a school partial to the farmers' market.

.?'about 7:30 o'clock. Smith Births When the water is low I gen'ally kid on roller skates. The official said he would appreciate building and we can get along "If we get the market It will

V was'.treated here for serious Injuri" -I Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Butler boy cross at the side; ylt at times my Oh, yea, jest as I expected--faattsleep. home owners making an for a while without another." put the! county on its feet V-'e'H

about the legs, arms, chest, January 7. lega are too atlff to climb the steep That' the way they allujUo I effort to file their applications E.: LKUIH! a Bradford County far- have a boom, and then the county

and right eye and placed la the Mr. and Mr. Floyd Crosby, boy, banks, and I have to take the I whenever I try to talk sense earlY. "Blanks and Information II mer answered In favor of the farmer can build a new school without

Gill HospitaL (I January 10. bridge, BO u-ie talking. But why Into 'em. Ho-hum. aa be obtained at any time." *' market. "The farmers'are Federal help."

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: !: STARKE, FLORIDA. ,! FRIDAY JANUARY 1:1: WSJ

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i<. BOATDRAIN BOOTSEY'S BEACH +iNot Too Late MAGNIFICENT FORD PAVILION BUILDING for FLORIDl''

tin. Z. Z. Orl"..., Correspondent Miss Effie Crawford, Cor. For Xmas Seals"It


Mrs. Lena Thomas and Ron Mrs Clyde Moody and daughter
Is not too late to pay for your
Ralph, and Mrs George Knight of of East Port spent last week herewith Christmas Seals." This statement

Green Cove Springs were visiting her parents, Mr an<<' Mra. L. .
was made by G B. Knowles, presIdent -
Mrs. Arnold Griffis last Thursday. M. Murrhee.J. .
of the Florida Tuberculosis!
t '' Mrs. L. B Jordan and children Roy Quinn and Algie Crawford and Health Association today in

and Mrs. Russell Hornsby and chil- were visitors to Jacksonville
an appeal for the early return on
section were visiting -
dren of Randolph
Sunday. Christmas Seals not. yet heard {
China Grove Church last Sun-
Miss Edith Parmeter and Miss from

day night Thelma Gaaklns of Water Oak section -
contained
Mr. Knowles' statement y
and Mrs. Len Harris of ot
Mr. and Miss Audrey Norman the reminder that although the

Green Cove Springs were visiting Gum Branch were visiting Miss Seal Sale campaign closed officially -

Mrs. Edna Jones last Saturday. Effie Crawford Sunday afternoon. Christmas Day returns stll

The Rev. E. C. Hogan and daughter Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Prlvitt and to whom
could be made by
Marjorie, of Lee Lake, were daughter, Genett, Mrll.Vilbert seals were sent but persons who have not IIYe), 4a',1 '

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffin Crawford and baby, all spent the yet Indicated whether, they Intendto

last Sunday. week-end with their uncle and keep or have used, them. "Many a'B

Fred and Curtis Dees of Plant aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geiger persons, in the rush of Christmas,

% City were visiting Miss Pearl In Hilliard. I misplaced their seals or forgot to L

Decs last Sunday. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey spent mail them in their remittance," he

Mr. and Mrs W. E. Green and last Tuesday with Mr and Mrs. R. said.

Mr. and Mra. Z. Z. Griffis were N. Crawford. A" ." /" ":
"
the
represented by '' :
"Every penny ', ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Galn- \ ,< .
visiting Ralph Mrs. Jean Gaskina and son, J. B., Christmas Seals sent to citizens ot ...r '
.
.;;R "
ey of Bethel last Sunday. were visiting her son and daugh- Florida can be used in carryingout ...,....,.,..,,_n.'" .___, ------------0' .
Arch Prevatt was visiting in ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Charlie the program which tbe Florida Pa.iI1'B: ;;dlng--
An Interior view of the Ford
last Biscay
Jacksonville Saturday. FordsPavilion Building which Boule
Pictured above Is the msfcnlncent
Gaakins of Water Oak section.
Tuberculosis and Health Association -
vard. The Patio 158 feet by 290 feet will
1' open provide
--. will cover the entire block on Biscayne Buulevard between S. E. a brlllunt
Y A. J. BAt'LERSON Misses Ruby Mildred and Elsie baa mapped for the year," Mr. first street and S. E. second street running back over 40* feet to Betting for Ford eihlbite. Down the center U a beautifully Illuminated -

Chesaer and Earl Cheaaer were Knowles said."Children S. E, third avenue, designed by Walter Darwin Teague, turnout pool. Along the edges of the pool and the walls are
A. J. Raulerson, 66, died In his
visiting friends in Raiford Sunday are now back In school New York Industrial designer The structure will be a colorful colorful umbrellas with table, where one may linger In perfect
home near New River last Friday. comfort while listening to.lManzanarea' famous
which will South American ,
afternoon. after the holiday vacation and the addition to Miami's b.yfronl- beautiful how place
Funeral services were held at the attract visitors from sections.. orchestra. From such setting the entire exhibit ls.,pen to tr
in Sat- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Over treet of work of making akin tents and x- lew oa all sldea.NEW .
grave McKinney Cemetery
.._I... aft ernoon. Evercrreen spent. Sunday with Mr. ray examinations to discover early -
!; U'UGJ' and Mrs. Jim Rosier tuberculosis must be started. It A -..
: II' He is survived by his wife and Is important that finances from GRAHAM BROOKER RIVER DAILY PHILUYrUHY
Willie Raul- In an address at Sinai
Dewitt and
; three sons CAlm OF THANKSWe the Seal Sale be put to work at .. .. Temple,
"" Mr. I- C. Sailtk. C..rr. Miss Vera Gainey Dorothy Sapp Correspondent!
1' of Starke and W. Rauler- Correspondent Chicago some weeks ,
;. rrson C. wish to thank all who offered once If we are to gain headway In ago Mrs.
4 son of Jacksonville\ and by four Mrs. J, H. Surrency spent the Roosevelt spoke of the daily
phu
words of sympathy and also our efforts to reduce the tubercu- The W. M. U8 of the New River Mlsa Pansy Thomas was visit
daughter Viola, Lulu, Ruby and week-end in Jacksonville at the osophy of the President She told
those who brought beautiful flow osls death rate in Florida. Aaooclatlon met at Brooker, Friday ing In Jacksonville Saturday.
I Pearl Raulerson. Funeral arrangements In bedsIde of her son, Jackie. her audience that he guided hw life
ers recent bereavement.
our
January 8, with the chairman,
,. ,s. were in charge of the Boree Mrs. F. T. Ann Sapp was visiting her by a philosophy of this sort:
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore HUNG PET HATES Mra.\ F. M. Griffin Mra. Powell, of Starke in charge.
Funeral Home.Pallbearera grandmother, Mrs.: G. M. Richardof "Each day must be lived. Yoi .
{
and Mrs H. M. Was-
And Abernathy,
Family. Mrs. A. L. Crews of Raiford act-
Human nature being what it Is, Lake Butler, last week.
w must accept what comes Do what
were: Green Moody, din and chUdren, Mary Ellen and ed as secretary.The .
f Sam Whitehead, John Snoden and few things are more entertaining Bobble, were visiting relatives in Dorothy Sapp returned to her you think Is right or best Decide
The Suez Canal
was thirteen than frank and it la following was carried
,
Oble Moody. fault-finding acksonvllle over the week-end. program home here after a two week va- what must or should be done and
years In construction. interesting to learn from The Progressive out: Song: "The Morning cation with her uncle and aunt, Mr. cease worrying."
Farmer that in recent Mrs. John Abernathy and Mrs. Light Is Breaking." Prayer by
cheek. a and Mrs. Clarence Hines, of Sarasota Asked about her own phlloio
ARMOUllS BIG CROP COLDS contest in which the ladies spoke O. O. Graves and little daughter, Rev. Hooker of Pine Grove. Scrip- phy by some one in the audience

t, FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER 6 66 their minds about men, their pet Shirley of Daytona Beach, were ture Reading by Mrs. H. S. Moore. she said slowly: "I don't knw
Miss Melba and Miss Au-
Moody
MATERIALS the dinner of Mr. and Mrs. "
J' : and peeves were careless grooming and guests Song: "Send the Light. Greetings that I have a philosophy-but if i
dra Belle
Phillips were visiting
I Cash Discount to L. C. Smith Sunday..
: ; Big andFarmers FEVER.Hlltm bad> English. But there were also by Mrs. Jessie Wilson the president here Sunday. have, it would resolve itself ml .,.-.
Commission Merchants
Associations" TABI.KTS Cleat **.pSALVI' others. Says the contest editor:- Miss Marie Dyal of the Ziff section !' of Brooker W. M. U. "Lights --. effort not to make any one antic

; : NOSED Ilradnrht. an "Women simply can't tolerate was visiting Miss Alta Smith Along the Way" by the presidentof unnecessarily."
J. L. HAKItELI.
Agent DROPS MI..te.Trp afternoon. the Lawtey, Raiford, Starke, Long BridgeAudrey
J. Luutvy, Flu. "Hub-Mr-fLm"-Woria'. Bent hose two things. Then there are i Sunday Of the two, which do you like
L..t cores of men and women who hate Mrs. Annie Ward spent the weekIn Pine Grove and Brooker chapters. Belle Phillip, Cor best? The President's has an U,

bragging. Nobody is ever impressed Jacksonville\ at the bedside of Special song by Rev. and Mrs. ment of fatalism In It that nil "if

by bragging, it appears, except. her aunt, Mrs. Emma Blakley. whoa Hooker. At the close of the program The community was suddenly us are bound to have if we meet
FUNERAL DIRECTOR i Rev. Hooker preached from shocked Friday morning to hear
unfavorably. The other things very 111. life strongly. What must come I
I the 28th Chapter of Acts. The of the death of A. J. Raulerson at
that seemed to most often
t come up Mrs. L. D. Easterling and children must come. To do the best w e caD I
Years Makes to
My Many Experience It Feasible for Me RenderEFFICIENT three points stressed in his sermon six o'clock.
were antipathies both men and wo- returned from spending the Is the most we can do. To j,
PROMPT: and COURT OUS SERVICE were cold, warmth, and flre .
feel toward those Shine Mott of Brooker and Miss
men who
constantly -
MODERATE. PRICES week with Mr. Easterllng at Ocoee that best, then cease from worry {
talk about other The meeting was dismissed for Cordial Brown of Brooker were"
some girlor Sunday. ah, that's the test! >
; DeWITT C. JONES boy while dating the complainant noon by Mrs. Carr of Pine Grove. married Saturday night at the ,
In Mrs. Roosevelt's |
,
: Starke Florida and the violent distaste of CONE'S OPPORTUNITY" Lunch was served outdoors and home of Rev. C. C Butler. philosophy {:.
the Importance rests in that word"unnecessarily"If !
.f; both sexes for the girl or boy Florida. welcomes a new gover- much.everyone enjoyed himself very Several boys and girls of Long none of us ever |<(

whose 'able manners are crude. Bridge were visiting In Lake But- .
hurt another person's feelings ex j
.: YOUR BATTERY "On grooming from nor.The The afternoon session :
\ everything opened
ler Sunday afternoon.
Hon. Fred P. Cone Lake cept when it was necessary to hurt |
the men who around with the with the "Lead On 0
go ,City attorney and banker took song, King Miss Dorothy Sapp of New Riv- them we would do little hurting .,

B gives you no warning top button of their shirt undone, over the reins of state governmentat Eternal" Scripture reading by er was visiting Miss Melba Moody if none of us ever caused Inconvenience IIj
to dandruff the collar antipathies Mrs. Carrie
on ,
got Ingram. Prayer by
the Inauguration ceremonies at and Audrey Phillips Saturday worry, or distress unnec .i
Q votes. The back fringe of Mrs. R. A. Thomas Business .
before it breaks I the capitol city last Tuesday week, night. essarlly we would not cause muctor
untrimmed locks is led .
meeting Mra. Jenkins. "Oil
1< very unpopular becoming Florida's 27th chief ex- by them: I'
and you'd be surprised to learn for the Lamps Through Prayer."
t 4- down-- ecutive. PINE LEVEL A philosophy of life Is a good
with what vehemence women hate by Mrs. Powell. "Witness of the
Looking back the Sholtz H. M. McRae thing to have. It even makes i
upon Mra. ,
r unpolished shoes. I was beginningto Light by Personal Service"-a talk CorrespondentThe
be persuaded that girls of this administration which has now come by Mrs. Jenkins. "Lighting the good topic for conversation when

OUR BATTERY modern age hardly cared whethera to a close we can point to a number Lamps of Stewardship" discussedby young people enjoyed a so- it !la not the working kind.Met.bourne :;

: young man wore his coat to a of worthwhile achievements.The Mrs. Pauline Raymond. cial hour at the home of Miss Times. :I

Jate or to dinner but I find I was retiring executive has given "Friendly Light of the Margaret Docia Starling Friday evening .

(( Inspection Service asty. this state a progressive adminis- Fund" by Mrs. H. B. Arwood. Mrs. F. Fender waa in Starke NO NEW SOl'RCES NEEDED

"Bad .able manners have wrecked tration, and as a publicity agent "The Light of Konwledge ThroughOur Saturday due to the illness of her TALLAHASSEE Reiterating
? will. for the sunshine state he has never that "Florida needs no new sourcesof
many a romance. To wit. Disgusted Society" described by Mrs. A. daughter, Mrs. T. P. Denmark
additional taxes
revenue or on
0i Annie: 'One day my boyfriend had a peer. L. Crews. "That they who Enterin Ralph Cherry and Frank Fountain property," state J. M

t' i/ took dinner with us. All In the matter of state finances, May See the Need of the White of Penney Farms were visit- Lee closed his first comptroller term by trans1'

i j was pleasant enough until he helped however his enemies are pointingout Cross" by Mrs. E. CuIIon. Closing ing friends and relatives here ferlng to the school teachers' salary j
that he has allowed state ex- prayer: Mrs Darby.
I Here Good N.wsl his plate and piled so much ont Wedneaday night. fund the fourth of the regular ,
until everyone noticed it. He penses to mount to surprising The Brooker W. M. U. was glad Mra. E. R. Bowers and Mrs. $1,166.666 monthly remittances authorized '

took two biscuits and two sausages heights during a depression era. to have these visiting W. M. U.'s I Mary Starling of Starke were visIting under the $10,500.000 Tni- ,

We have just installed the at a time, as though there wouldn'tbe His 1936 administration has been and extends an Invitation to all to Mra. Britton .Alvarez Satur- cher's Salary Appropriation Act.

latest type ATLAS testing enough. And he talked with his the moat costly in the history of come back again. day afternoon '
the And believe the sit After making sufficient transfer ,
t 1' equipment. It will tell you the present condition of mouth full-told about their chickens uation state.which heaps we criticism on Mr. and Mrs. D. Hunt of Mulberry Mrs. J. E. Starling Is spendinga from the general revenue fund for
dying with the sorehead. Head are spending a few here
your battery. Absolutely accurate and dependable. no the retiring governor offers the days few days In Rising section with this purpose, the Comptroller's records ,
manners whatsoever. I was with Mrs. Hunt's sister, Mrs J. R. her
1 The new Photo-test show condition of each battery disgusted and bored almost to incoming executive an opportunity Mott. daughter and son-in-law, Mr showed an actual general revenue -
: and Mrs Russell Thomas. of $713, :SO at the close of '
for service to the state
cell at a glance The Capexitest indicates the work. ears. After that evening my love equalled. rarely Mr, and Mrs H. B. Crosby are business January 5, the last day of 1
"
and condition of hud grown cold. the proud parents of a baby boy, that she has moved to Alachua
? lag ability general your battery in Seventy boards and commissionsnow his first administration. This fund
.
understand. administer the affairs of the born Thursday January 1, where she la engaged In the rest- owed a couple million dollars four ,
4 terms can readily
you Included among the plants In the The many friends of Mrs. W. A. aurant business She has .
state whereas the constitution many years ago.In .
r Failure to keep your battery in good condition will Ravine Gardens at Palatka are Brown will be Interested to learn friends here who wish her every transr.r\"
that the executive
more than 4,000 day lilies. provides depart- that Mr. and Mrs C. J. Crews have success of this new venture announcing the
cause starting failures and other battery troubles ment be administered by a governor Comptroller Lee said, "I want to
of the
charge
grocery store here Mr. and Mra.' J. R. Mott
had
especially in cold weather. Our Battery Inspector.I and six major departments, assisted which she formerly owned and their aa reiterate with more emphasis than
".. HAIR AM* .ALP guest Sunday their niece,
by five boards and commissions ever my frequent statement that
I Service is free. Use it regularly: and save :yourself uonecessary Mr E. D. Wester of Lake Wales
tt OIL established by the constitu lapping duties and duplication of Florida does not need new source
trouble and Miss Vera Gainey. who '
.- spent the
penH.BEASLEY'S effort. of
>! .A. revenue of additional taxes on
tion.What several
past weeks in
Okeechobee
The AtIUs scalp. M.Mel.eal..eas this state needs right at This Is Governor Cone's oppor- property. What it does need and
k'i ........ .. the of the Cone administration and-we look aa guest of her sister, Mrs. A. F.
SERVICE STATION eY Teelr beginning tunity, to him to ex- what I hope we may accomplish is
Raulerson
tile.M. Net it woam M All.**..** Is a thorough housecleaning ercise his authority in the Interestof haa returned home. a proper distribution of the state i
.... Mills Louise Webb of
w rTM w why "SW vs aw Jackson
PHONE 60 FOR SERVICE _.N aeeut assess .... aw ... of useless and extravagant the tax payers.-Titusvllle Star- present Income to the greatest
STARKE FLORIDA I boards and commissions with over- ] Advocate. ville spent Sunday here with her needs first, with due regard for
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W D. Webb.A. .
-- eurplua that ma be created.
Y
: ) D. Crosby of Yukon spent I
.
Thursday here with his parents,
Mr. Business Man- Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.Mr. Practically all nitrate of sod

." and Mrs. Paul Stewart of used In the United States Is imported

Gainesville spent Sunday here with from Chile. 4a

Time is their parents, Mr. and Mrs E. T,
Inventory Time!
.. "Printing Stewart aad Rev. and Mrs G. E. c-.n: 5

McCauley yM

: t At this time when review the old and set for. Mr. and Mrs. P. A Crosby and t
CHECK THIS LIST you get Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby and

the new, give a thought to your Printing Needs . children spent Sunday In Yukon
: e
For Your Printing Needs with friends and relatives.

,' ( Perhaps your supply of statements, bill heads, station Mrs. H. P. Gainey and daughter,

Letterheads Order Blanks Eva Fay, Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and

; ery, checks or other forms is running low. Whatever children, and Mrs. A. L. Crosby and

j : Envelopes children were visiting In Lake
Shipping Tags
you need in the printing line for 1936, let BradfordCounty's Butler Sunday.Mr. .

I and Mra. Everette Clemonsof
Statements Business Cards
V oldest and best printing establishment serve Miami spent part of last week

l here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. B.

8 tt Billheads Filing Cards you! Our Service Department will be more than F. Haien.Mr. t

and Mrs R. 1101, Gainey and '
f' Blotters Circulars happy to design and submit for your approval a new daughter, Eloise. motored to Lake $
BBBB B ta BB B SH -
>f

f. If Shipping Labels Bank Checks letterhead, blotter, office form or whatever you need City The Sunday W. M.\ U meeting will be at *Th' lay fellow i


/l \'II Booklets Tickets that new type, and a new design, might improve. doe the home Wednesday of Mra, January Florence 20 Varna-, at 3 LUCK: -In .success industrious: only


It 81 Window Cards H an .IS.There's no obligation or no charge for this layout sere we o'clock.especially Everybody ask that la welcome all mem-but a beautiful 1 pieceof

ice. But don't wait until bera be present wor k -- ..

{ 1H Post Cards Circular I Letters you need a "rush job"; check .


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rt TWO' STAKKE FLORIDA KK1DAY:, ,1AM' \KY: 13. 1937 NUMBER SIXTEEN

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EDITORIAL STAFFEDITORINCHISF 1(I Seniors Start Field Day PostponedThe Student Government Ready For New WorkThe

: Back to Work Makes Plans for 1937 -
County Field Day which was 8th grade finished the first
VIRGINIA FUGATE
I' I I I senlors-tied; ;: scheduled for January 11 has been semester's work In splendid form I ELEMENTARYECHOES I
The back to The Student Cooperative Gov-
w LITERARY EDITOR postponed until January 22. For us it has ben a prosperous time
school Monday morning In a very I ernment of Bradford High School
[MARTILE HEMINGWAY I Various entertainments are being of learning. We appreciate the
enthusiastic mood. They startedthe held its first meeting this year
planned for the day. Plate lunches kindly Interest and sympathy of all
SOCIETY EDITOR new school year off by making January 11 in Mr a. Carpenter'sroom.
hot dogs, sandwiches cold teachers and are glad to be
KILLINGSWORTH lour
how
RIED resolutions. I wonder many I
drinks, coffee candles and other back with them again. THIRD GRADE
Plans made for book
they will keep. were a hand Elementary Honor
EDITOR eats are to be sold in attractive Teacher
EXCHANGE Ethel ,
They all seemed to have had a that la to be made for students of Two new pupils, Lucille and Jane Mrs. Biggs
:MARGIE MCMILLAN booths, the proceeds of"which is to Roll Decandio, Esther English -
Josephine
big Christmas and are ready to settle Lhis high school from year to year. Cowart are being heartily welcomed -
benefit the Athletic Department of Robert Johns,
SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS down and study hard for J.he Work will begin immediately on in our grade. I Velma Connor.

JXJDDANNOUNCEMENT next four months. the school. this book as committees were appointed We are starting the new year Madge :Mlddleton, Teacher Marlon Crews, Louise Edwards,
Novelties. favors and balloons Parker.
Martile Hemingway. to start the book. with hopes to make even better Cecil Tyler and Donald Conner Leslie Bradley, Alice
be sold and
will games, as fishing records for -
Now had! perfect attendance
semester.
grades than last
will be B
ponds enjoyed. THIRD GRADE
I will Anybody's BusinessAll These and many other amusements HONOR ROLL12TH that exams and vacation are over the first four months of school. Mrs Leola Roberts, Teacher
Bradford County teacher to work to be
F we have begun ex-
are being planned for the Alvin Crews Bernice Cooper
meet at the B. H. S. auditorium FIRST GRADE
the seniors came back to pleasure of all who attend the GRADE empt on second semester exams. Lavetta Grlffls, Agnes Lewis,
afternoon at one o'clock. Mrs. Klncald TeacherEmma
Friday school with a lot of talk and bab- County Field Day. Mary Loraine Stockwell, Irene Stewart,
Prevatt.
I 1 teachers are requested to come. Virginia Alvarez, Grace Arwood, Jane Bea- ley, Billy Joyce

bleand New Year's resolutions Mildred Brown, Madeline Crosby, Reporter. Smith. J nette Priest June Bell, Oletha Thomas.THIRD,
Wonder if they will keep tbem T Junior Class Irene Davis Katie Mar- .
,
CALENDAR OF EVENTS Fugate, LeRoy Harrell, Rebecca Simpson, .
Monday-Jan. 18: Katie and Virginia can keep secrets Makes ResolutionsWe tile Hemingway, Louree Howard, A NEW YEAR'SDEDICATION Shirley Montgomery Audrey Ann GRADE A ..

Student Government. from everyone It seems but Lots Judd, Florled Klllingsworth, Prevatt Ruth Johnson Claude Willie Mae Hinson, Teacher

Tuesday-Jan. 19: one boy. Wonder what system he Margie McMillan, Lois Moore, Roswell Johns Joe Monteith, Paul Canova, Mabel Leach, Collette Green,

B. H. S. Journal Club. the Junior Class, resolve: Noegel Ethel Packbam, Rosa Harold Smith, Elizabeth Cox. Odessa Hoyt Warren Raymond Parker.Ottls ,

Wednesday-Jan. 20: uses.Margie M., Doris S., and "Skeet"T. 1. Study harder. Mae Rowe, Oleta Smith, Mlle' (By Home Science Clans) Thomas. Geiger Jimmy Bradley.

, C. P. C. Club. seem to like to ride In old modelA. 2. To master self-control. Sponholtz, Arthur Swanbom Ethel At the beginning of this New I -

Thursday-Jan. 21: Fords. Especially those that 3. To be a better friend. Taylor, Jack Underhill, Hilda Year I dedicate: my life to whole- HONOR ROLL FOURTH GRADE

p Elementary Assembly. have no tops. 4. To be punctual at all times Wyrick. some and clean living. To try to Ruby Lilley, Teacher Oleeta Green, Roberta Whltfleld,

5. To obey rules of country and meet the problems each day with Benson Gloria Price Edna Mae Moseley,
Friday-Jan. 22: One of our seniors has moved Homer O'Neal, Betty ,
school. 1TH GRADE patience and wisdom. To be more Warren Robert Biggs Mack Futch, Carl
County-wide Field Day All from Lawtey to Starke. We hope Gertrude Tomlinson, Myrtlce -

IS Day; she enjoys the city but look out for 6. To respect all elders.T. Margaret Davidson, L. O. Jones, tolerant of my fellow beings, look- Miriam Hornsby, Leila Kersey Crumpler, Bryan Harrell, Gene

Basketball Gabe with Sander street cars, Roaie. To be polite and thoughtfulto Jannie Mae Quarles, Doc Wainwright Ing lens accusingly at their mistakes I Marjorie Manning, Franky Mor- Noegel.
others at all times. but more at own. To
son-Here. Diamonds! Diamonds I Diamonds. Carol White, Pauline Ro- my gan. FOURTH GRADE
8. To be cheerful about all try best as each new day
Some of our girls seem to be wear- sier, Ancll Futch. my -- Miss Edwards, Teacher
THOUGHTS things. dawns to be upright In character 1-A
| THE WEEK but all HONOR ROLL Lucile Bowers
Ing diamonds. Funny they Bernard Jordan, ,
9. To serve others first and self
Work is victory. Wherever work seem to have received them for 11TII GRADE B I meeting each temptation with BO Madge Middleton, TeacherBill Frances Colley Berta Lee George,

fie done, victory la obtained. There Christmas. Not really girls 10. To second be a better citizen, true to Forest Crosby, Miriam Guy, Billy -I firm a stand form.I .that it will not returnIn Underhill, Bobby Hall, Char- Betty Hayes, Barbara Keen, Dor-

|ls no chance, and no blanks.-Emferson. the creeds and Long, Edna Pearce Frances that les Hardenbrook, Cora Bell Jones,, othy Williams.
responsibilities -
WHO WENT WHERE Peek, Lillian Stump. will avoid questionable companions Doris Raines.
of state and nation,.
In life the true the Christmas and pleasures that will not FIFTH GRADE
ry Everywhere Lillian Mose! y spent .
... f quest Ion Is not what we gain, but holidays in Lyons and Vidalia -' BASKETBALL GAMESSCHEDULED 10TII GRADE A leave me with a clear conscience. SECOND O Mrs. Hart Teacher
I will to Improve myself in every Joe English, John Kinlaw, Leon-
try
|[What we do.-Carlyle. Ga. Mary Edwards Leslie Prevatt, Kitty Hogsed, Teacher
possible, yet counting not ard Peek, Olin White Jr.. Eloise
themselves Frances Peek spent a week in way William Andrews, Jlmmle Godwin
The men who prove Jan. 13-Bronson-There- Boys I Lorena Rosier, Edith Rowe Doris
fto be miracles of genius, have first Palatka visiting her aunt, ?4.. H. and Girls. Silcox, Willa Mae Thornton Hazel myself superior to all those about Shirley Judd. Willie O'NeaJ'l Bullock, Mary Joe Caldwell, Ethel
mc. I will strive for dignity, yet Mae Coleman, Marjorie Davis, Willie -
,been miracles of labor. C. Richard. Thomas. Louise Warren, Mar- Franklin Young, Gay Drlskell,
Jan. 13-Lake Butler Here I seek I will be cheerful Mae Key, Kathleen Stockwell,
I Make your chart before you Harriet Bishop was a visitor in and Girls. tha Wells, Cleon Woolen.10TII humility. Ray Drlakell, Margie Kersey, Mary
Boy. Alberta
Jacksonville Sunday. and pleasant with all, yet for closer Margaret Strlngfellow.\
Yantz.
tart. Know what you're after before Jan. IS Hawthorne Melroi seek few. Woodard, Fay Yarbrough.
My
I Mrs. Anderson was a visitor in GRADE B friendship only a
start out for Herbert
you Alachua last week. Boys and Girls. language will be clean and pure, SECOND 11
I FIFTH GRADE
.
Kaufman.He
Harriet Benson Clara Flume,
Frances Jordan was visiting in Jan. 22-Sanderson Here my conversation forever above re
Mrs H. C. Rltch, Teacher Mrs Howard Teacher
who would others Sydney Grlffls, Lorraine Hartman,
govern proach. None shall be offended or
Green Cove Springs during the Boys and Girls.
Billy Benson, Robert Conway, Hilda Yantz. Georgia Gilpin, El.
should first be maater of himself Loryee Phillips, Mellie Silcox, Do. shamed by any words of mine.
.
holidays.Ella Jan. 23-Melrose-There-
Boys
shla Smith. Maurice Edwards B. C. Holtzen- nora Bennett, Betty Hardenbrook,
RESOLUTIONS: May Manning spent the and Girls. I will harken to both advice and dorf, Harvey Hudson Jim Frank KfteefTee! Pitts, Shy Brown.

week in Georgia. Jan. 29-30-Cross City Tourna- 9TH GRADE A reproach from my elders or those Jordan, Jimmie Leach, Barney Mc-
' At the beginning of the two Tommy Ritch spent the holiday. ment. who have authority over me. SIXTH GRADE
Rae John Williams Mildred Ed-
,
Tommy Ritch, W. S. Rivers L.
[senior English classes we took In Jacksonville. Feb. 2-Jasper-There-Girls. I will strive to be a peace maker wards Green Elizabeth Mrs Eunice Searing Teacher
Ruby ,
C. Smith Leland Milo
Sponboltz,
[time to write the ten resolutions Jenelle Hutching spent the holidays Feb. 5-Bronson- Here Boys wherever I may be If I am so Lawson, Joyce Moore', Shirley Ann Nina Bishop, Gloria Buford,
Sponholtz Juanita Barefoot Dol'otby

[for the New Year. Ida Lulu Davis
in Jacksonville. and Girls. needed Shirley Colley ,
Marion Noegel, Evelyn Grlffis, Mary Weldon -
Crosby, Dowllng,
I resolve: Marion Dowllng spent the holidays Feb. 9-Jasper-Here-Girls. Margaret Lowry. I will always try to stand for Merry Winkler. Gertrude Davis, Dorothy Lee

1. To do more studying in this in Jacksonville.Jean Feb. 12-Andrew Jackson- the right for my fellow man, for Johns Patsy Keen, Thelma Manning
-
Davis spent the holidays !In There-Boy.. Betty Marshburn, Julia
year. 9TH GRADE B my country and for the God of all THIRD GRADE

2. To get plenty of sleep. Jacksonville. Billy Jackson, Ralph Rhodes, thlnga. Miss liazen, Teacher Frances Stewart.

3. To eat wholesome food. --. LAWTEY SCHOOL Dewey Sapp, Caudle Hazen. WUla Walter Dew, Leon Gray, Jr., GRADE

4. To show respect: for my teachers Now For a SmileBill Vida NOTICE Marlon Teacher
NEWS Klllingsworth, Margaret Bradley Geiger, Manning, Mrs. Grace Wainwright,

and friends Pearce, Elizabeth Plummer, Nellie County-wide Field Day wlh be Marvin Montgomery, Billy Over- Clarice Thomas, Onle Mae Starling

5. To try to take an active part Long: "It's too bad you have Inter-mural- Willis. January 22, at the Starke High street, Wesley Shuler, Lila Rae Margaret Silcox Violet John-

and cooperate with my class. to go to school on your birthday." games may lack the School. Mothers fathers and all Caldwell, Hazel Fields Esther son, Alvertino Johnson, Retha

6. To try to keep out of trouble. Willis Smith: "Yes, some guys enthusiasm of games between 8TH GRADE Griffis, Margaret Monteith, Mary Geiger Doris Mae Gaffner, Sara
schools, but basketball friends of the school Invited
7. Not skip school very much. have all the luck. Washington our game Billy Griffla, Jack Halle, Grace are to Lee Overstreet, Wanda Pearce, Barefoot, Richard W o o d w ard,

8. To help everyone in any wayI and Lincoln were born on holidays on last Friday showed that we ap- Dew, Snookey Corpening, Gladys come For further information Ida Lee Silcox, Mary Alice Yar- Richard Jackson, Joe Andrew.,
preciate the practice and the
can. ." enjoy Johnson Ferol Jones, Carolyn look elsewhere on the page. brough. Jlmle Grlffis. Michael Dew
9. To not lose my temper. contest among ourselves. Keen, Martha Mathews, Emmallne

10. To always to tell the truth. "Virginia" said the teacher, The second grade gave the as- Morgan, Leonard Smith, Lewis "' ..

By Willis Smith. "can you give Lincoln's Gettysburg sembly program on Dec. 6. Starling, Virginia Robinson, Alta ,
Song: "Mary Had a Little
address? Smith, Mary Lorraine Stockwell,
Lamb.
GOOD RESOLUTIONSI "Huh?" said Virginia with surprise Louise Sterns.

Resolve: "I didn't think they numbered "Rainstorm," by .Ix boys and A

1. To be more optimistic. houses In those days." girls. 7TII GRADE
2. To make of "Lltle Brown Cocoa's First Par-
good use my leisure Carrie Belle Bennett, Buddy Da-
time. ty," a story by Mrs. Futch. 1
Mr. Howard: "If you subtract via Garland Godwin Darrah Johns,

3. To do my best in all thingsat 14 from 116, what's the differ- "Dr. Wise-Man's Advice", a one- Othma Haynes, Joe Allan Lander, 1s

all times. ence T"Billy act play. Dorothy Norman Betty Strlngfel a h Iorrm
4. To attend church and Solo, by :Miss Guthrie.
Sun- Powell: "Yeah, I think it'sa low, Bertlce Silcox, Geraldine Sll

day school more regularly. lot of foolishness, too." A very interesting and appro- cox, Pennelle Yantz, Enos Hayes,
5. priate talk was given by Rev. Cut- ..
Improve my personality. Lester McMillan, Freeman Register JI. rrvr oem 1f../
6. To be more considerate of shaw. P'ea'...". .ru.n.I,_ roi rout
Mrs. Dowling: "Now Bill Bill ftnttWB I
( Melba Anders, Rivers Hundley, a.....ori.. .. AaiMtufal., v
my fellow students. Plummer) what did Caesar exclaim During vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Margie Mathews, Shirley Morgan. C.try Asa II._ Ccutey Hi...1 fTk

7. To be kind and courteous to when Brutus stabbed him?" Futch enjoyed a pleasure trip to .Tmrm,_..e!.1 j_ SO T 1..r..1.I v. SO

everyone. Bill P.: "Ouch!" points of Interest in South Florida. GRADERS WELCOME AND,.THIS NewAfZB AMDTk. Tat! tRWsrarsa i-

8. To see the faults of myself Miss Margaret Johnson spent the MISS JACOBSWe *OM Tar n e Os.T..

more and others less. Frances Peek: "I think you'relots holidays in Jacksonville are very glad. to have our

9. To make new friends and better looking than your father" First Grade-Honor Roll teacher, Miss Jacobs, back with us. Ceardsy Ba a M'CALLS
keep all my old ones. "'ol
Iris Smith, Aileen Starling, Dor- Sydney Grlffis Lorraine Hartman t1M"
10. To be active In the clubs or Junior Adkins: "Well I ought to othy Thompson, Estelle Bennett, Clara Flume, Loryee Phillips St01'r TrEs
committees of which I am a be; I'm a later model." and
member. Carolyn Prevatt, Elizabeth Uriffls, Mellie Silcox were exempt In THIS NEWSPAPERfor

James Phillips, Ernest Wells, Jr., all their subjects.
.
Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins: "Use Charles Sapp, Roger Peele. Annie Mae Harnage spent the 1 year and A0 I
THE BIOGRAPHY OF the word triangle in a sentence."
Christmas
We are glad to welcome a new holiday. In Olustee
ALBERTA HINSONOn Ralph Rhodes: "If fish don't bite pupil Meredith Moore. Loryee Phillips Reporter. 3 Big Magazines
October 18, 1918 a new mem- "
on grasshoppers, triangle worms. Second Grade Honor Roll THIS NEWSPAPERfor
ber was welcomed into the
family .
The ninth grade history class Is
Wesley Wilkerson
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hlnson. The TIlE BIOGRAPHY OF Everett I II I
Crews, Jr.Third. proudly displaying posters of ancient one full yean 9
proud parents named this little WINFRED HAZEN
Grade Honor Roll warships. Our artists are
blue-eyed curly-haired baby girl, On September the eleventh in Mildred May. Estelle Austin and Gladys Garrett. I And 4 Big Magazines
Martha Alberta. the of 1919 the home of Mr. 9
year We are sorry to lose Ernestine We have also finished our books,
She being the fifth daughter and and Mr. E. M. Hazen was gladdened "Heroes of Ancient I
Moore. She is going to enter a History. 1 Magazine from Croup A={S
Magazines from
.ti the eighth child didn't get very by the birth of their youngest school In Tampa. Group B| 4 ji all

playmates during pre- son whom they named Wln- Fourth Grade Honor Roll Money talk., but some people
I .
Alberta now has fred. Eula Mae Eunice, Clarice Rosier, don't keep it long enough to get 1 :1:1:
and eight sisters. Wlnfred spent his first six Select Any 3 Magazine
yearsIn Inez Cutahaw, Audrew Crews. a conversation started. I
started her school life at Brooker and entered the first .....
From This List HrN
five and attended her grade there. During the next few The fourth grade wrote poems There are more contestants from l.i..to.Mee >ryn.'Tn. ...........
at Theressa where she today. This one was written by our than ," $twr 1 ,- M..M a I'+dws j M l'I"' '
years be became interested In grade any 'Other to the /ttM $ der..,
Inez Cutahaw -.". _. d Ovd.r.l .. ,, te.11 .M. 1
: 7 JI'
.
first four years. She basketball and son was one of the Field Day Exercises at Starke on K..aI.d -' tlaatt.e"_-- .. O'..,.", ,,. 1"
transferred to Jan. 13. We that all win neM'irr Gr_. II '. ....lwN. I'" a no.-='- 1
Hampton hope
JI'
I I.Alberta best players on the Brooker team. A Boy and III*. Toy 11..1.. Ma.atlr _I '1- M... I..attMet, ) 1t. a _.,. --- 1
went the next four He likes athletics and all out-door There was a little boy, and we can decorate our room with ,..tla H... Clor M."_>_1 '1- "_E M...a_l as 1,. __ yM NgViM 1::

the first nine sports. That bad a little toy the trophies. M..4.t4eCaII'" CI. _M.v..... _1 I r.s'1- .awMCtWM eon'. . 1 I"R. .M.q, t"''.". .' .. 11.

then joined the 1934 After completing the eighth It was a little duck, Evelyn Prevat was visiting In .....u_... I ,- ....II- (tar) .. a N N_n1..1 .' .. 3 sOe.a '

at Starke. She grade at Brooker, Win/red entered That pulled a little truck. Orlando during the holidays Id. U.n> -2 ye ,..IIb'CN. a. 11r : 'Id aMWM 1 rrH.eatl
....... ... a. ..Nr tu .h rtryy......... I rrr.ha
of the Senior class. Bradford High School. For the Pansy Prevatt has been sick for ..... C..ILly) _I y- "M .AwA. . 1 K .N e lrrPk1Md

likes science best of all past four years he has been an out He liked his little duck, several days. We hope that she .'...,.......""'?... -J I ,- 'Io\IIleI I\M''' .. 1"'I 1J1'" J.:,. .. .. 1"
.
'{; school. She has an inspiration standing student here and will And he liked his little truck. will soon recover. a_.11. aIM I *' sew 1....- ; 11e hMk'--hw; lr

J to become a nurse some complete the twelfth grade this The little duck was Ted Ninth Grade Honor Roll _..........1.ek AII'IettI 1lorl.t I ''1-1- Tr aap.inn/n Gwt a ... 1 1: .4kMIwYf. 12",

V day. which we hope she doe. She year. And the little truck was red. Gladys Garrett. T.... C.d.Me -1l- tyrLVua. .. ''"s aw.ay, ,. ....... .
.
li' also likes swimming bicycle riding During his life Winfred has visited W'a Wwld .- I, r- 7h..-J.and .l. O atiMr/1. 1"

!i $|f camp life and basketball. One Interesting places in this The little duck would jump, TRAIN SCHEDULEOur .of}(o'rfcI,.- ...y.*If._... .,..A."..f.Mw.Ms Orr ..ewrd. ...1. r.FNM p..ta.n NPl r. .'o& .JIll ..r.Ar/5i,....,.1 h Iw taiaeuru..fl. .".. ;lJ1',.

of Alberta's good qualities is she state. Georgia, North Carolina and And the little truck would : ._ "
l" hasn't any dislikes. She has a very other southern states The little dump. I schedule changes December M...... Ie....... 4 "'._1 ,_
boy was nine, a.en... 01ol _
10, and trains will runs as follows: y
pleasing personality. His most interesting subject in And the little toy was mine. >>.1__ ,_ 1 ,

Alberta has been very active in high school i. commercial law. Sixth Grade Honor Roll i No? Southbound d"1tl.'''' <:.1hv. y,__
1 Due
4-H Club work In the At the I StarKe 11:31: P.M.
past. When
be has finished school Win- James Reddish Edna Edward.
No. 15-Due Starke4:::18 P.M. GENTLD.lflIs J Ea.I_ t plea. 1..eI M.
of twelve she attended the
age fred expects to attend d
college at Gwendolyn Smith I
Evangellne No. 107-Due C OJf. No..1 C Ol'.r N.. !
short course offered at Tallahassee Gainesville and study law. We are Starling.We Starke 9:5:: A.M. m C OtIc Nag C Oil.r Ne. 4I
No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. / am hcUag 0>. magasla 4.ab4 with .
for 4-H club members. She also sure be will make good in this ca- are all busy finishing our to a year's subscrlpBom -
NorthboundNo. yow p.plr.V .
has several with
camped summers
reer. work-books so that .
we make
may .
2-Due Starke 3.05
: A.M. e
them. Moat of Alberta's
traveling -Lois Judd. good students for Junior
High No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: A.M.: Nam. B
has been in South Florida. --O i School next ,.,., LC
Alberta )is now residing in the 1936 I year. No. 108-Due Starke 3:35: P.M. s
Georgia's peanut crop is Seventh Grade Honor Roll .
'
same residence where she was born especially good In yield. Alvin Futch, Patsy Lee Starke &lid'annfooll Branch 1 @ 1 Sbl w B.F.n.. I .... .
. and hasn't been moving around as Marjojrte No. 101-Leaves Starke 7-OO A.M. .

',t moat of us have. There are more than 100,000,000 Wilkinson.Thompson, RObert1l'1 No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:60P.M.:/ 7.wa and 8UI_ II

,-'T.;" -Irene Davis. head of sheep in Australia. Eighth Grade Dally except T.Sundays.J. GRIFFIN. . . Q . .


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: .", rAOE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY \XUARY i ,,
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: I i I National Leaders Plan Gigantic Ball to o or. Auxiliary Ladies'MeetingThe Auxiliary of the Funeral E. B.services JOHNS were DIE hi:!I 1'1 -1

'fSocictyJ j j Infantile Fund Presbyterian Church met at the day afternoon at 4'30 u i I.
and
President Raise Paralysis
I borne of Mr and :Mrs. T S. Wil- Cemetery for E. Barnaul i ,

I items Tuesday evening at 7:30: 65, a well-kown farmti! ;i. ?
.
i.ir I II ,i'clock.I north of Starke. .ServK: .,.., .u".

I Ii I Bowls of Narcissus and other conducted by the Rev L (,, 4,,.
,. F. Chapman AddrellH'Voman'R ('!\ I St. Mark's Sowing Circle k1 t a cut flowers' were placed artistically Ingway. .I
1 i about the living and dining
Johns was found
.'. Club i i The St Mark Sewing Circle I II dead In .
where the assembled
rooms guests home Sunday by ,,,
afternoon at 3:30: I netghbadeath
At Legislative MeetingThe met Monday c. J
I ) Mrs. H. H. Young, president, led is said to have
been .
o clock at the home of Mrs Joe : < i ,-, i
Woman's Club met Wednesday "- Hoover. .tLAL the devotional service, which consisted by heart disease He m mllv,:, 1

afternoon at 3:30: o'clock for trS of songs, prayer, scripture, by no Immediate family an,1 i :'. .,
After" a pleasant afternoon of I s :
and a talk on Africa. Mrs. Young eral
arrangements
n. business session, which was pre- the hostess served delicious were in < r.1', g. ;j
sewing also the
presided over business of the
Key McCabe
Funeral
the vice-president .
1' .Ided over by refreshments to those present Horn
Mrs. H B McLendon. Mrs. H C meeting.Mrs. of Jacksonville. Pallbearers Wt, ;
make laws, as W A. Bonham conductedthe Charley Johns, W. R.
Ritch transacted hr duties as sec In helping to good )y Woodle. us

retary and.Mrs., ; [ E. B. Searing: read laws are a matter of personal con- fir ,l a : Bible quiz. car Andreu, Stafford L. cr .N8
her report"** treasurer for the cern, affecting the present and future After the meeting adjourned a Brady Johns, and Harry Lewis \

generations.After .ha! thfk ,ft.v social :hour was enjoyed. The hostess Tennis + ..
the
club.Voted into the club aa new members this splendid address the ,. served her guests a tempting States number players in United ?I
nearly
were: Mrs. M. B. Herlong, chairman of music, Mrs K. G. Dun- I salad course 4,000,000 j
Mrs. J. C. Booker and Mrs. Joe can, presented John H. Powell who .- -
Wallace. Mra. D. P. Carpentergave favored the audience with two vocal -, { MISSION HALL

a report on the new elemen- number "Who Is Sylvia?" a + A good attendance was present REALESTATE
tary school building: project, and (Schubert) and "All Thru the I -.' G Tuesday evening at the usual timeto i
.' the club pledged its support in Night" (Welsh Melody) Mr. Powell -\ hear the speaker give an
helping to raise the necessary was accompanied by Mrs. L. A. ing message on the seven InaPlr-l.
," :money for this project. Canova Mrs. Duncan then presented the life of the great Apostle Peter. IF YOU WANT TO ,

I, Mrs. A. Z Adklns, chairman of Mrs. Canova, who delighted Special music, and a new presiding BUY SELL OR RENT I
: legislation, introduced the Hon. L. her hearers with "PolonnaUe No. officer added to the interest of the SEE US-

F. Chapman, who addressed the 2" (Llzt). I meeting. A telegram of greeting, \
club on the subject of legislation Hostesses for the afternoon were j I and exaltation from the sponsorswas WILSONREALTY
Mr. Chapman prefaced his address Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. N. D. !I received with appreciation.
with several witty remarks and Wainwright, Jr., Mrs Morgan'' Surprises and spiritual treats are CO. I
t congratulated the club on the excellent Richard, Mrs. W. H. Hart and Miss in store for all who attend these II

work accomplished. The :'Kitty Hogscd, who served a dainty meetings. :; :;;:.:;,:'.:,":" : -. :-'; ::',,,:;:'.. I i
.". background of our present laws salad course with hot tea. The nation's biggest social! ---- -"
was outlined as first, Paternal; event, the celebration of Presi.!
AS
J'' second, Despotism, third, Mon Dahlias may be grown success- dent Frahklin D. Roosevelt's fifty FLOIIIERS YOUR TO YOU

archies: and fourth, Democracy. fully in Florida, says the fifth birthday anniversary is set AS TELEPHONEFOR
He urged the women to read and tural Experiment tor January 30, with more than E I
think and use their influence with can be planted In late Agrlcul-1 S.000 communities throughout the ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J j
country:! planning! parties to.raise ;
(State and Federal representatives! January to March\ ,I funds for the philanthropy closestto ALL ORDERS FILLED
- the Chief Executive's heart, A group o' proteges of the Warm Springs Ga., Foundaton, where
and for infantile paralysis suffer- infantile paralysis sufferers are treated. Below President Franklin ARTISTICALLYETLYOMICALLY
ers. D. Roosevelt whose birthday January 30 is inspiration for the J .
Colonel Henry I* Doherty. for nationwide.parties to raise funds for the fight against infantile
the fourth year chairman of the paralysis,.aad Colonel Henry I* Doherty, national chairman: of the MRS. L. G. POWELL, StarkeANNOUNCEMENT
rational celebration, is being assisted ball lor the fourth-)'eat.
by many of the country's
foremost leaders in plans for the
events. Among those on his com William T. Manning. Harvey S. brations the greatest series Of
mittee are: Vincent Astor, Postmaster Firestone Keith Morgan, General parties ever staged.
General James A. Farley, ,John J. Pershing Owen D. Young Meantime in cities, towns and
Ambassador Joseph E. Davies, 'Howard Chandler Christy,Charles;. hamlets throughout the nation
Will H. Hays, Carl Byoir. general G. Dawes and Admiral CarT, millions of Americans are making
I I director,Colonel Edward M.House, Crayson. preparations for parties that will
Edsel B. Ford Walter P. Chrys Society leaders, radio motion eclipse in size and colorful enter-
ler, Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, picture and theatrical stars are tainment those of any previous
Patrick Cardinal 'liases. Bishop Joining forces to make the cele- year. We are pleased to announce to our, Friends


S-.OOtf and Customers in Bradford County that
;. Starke Grove Installs Miss Demerest LecturesIn Intermediate B, Y. P. U.
New Officers For Year [ School Auditorium
MR.
LLOYD J. GREEN has the
Tto Intermediate B. Y. P. U. had accepted
Starke Grove met in regular session Miss Ada Rose Demerest, national a business meeting and social at
Tuesday night, with Mrs. VlrI '- lecturer for the Woman's Christian the Baptist Church Thursday-afternoon Agency for our BETTER QUALITY FER-
I I gle Flynn In the chair. The Grove Temperance Union, spoke
Zfow shadaw ion. finish at three o'clock. Officers
was opened with Officers drill and twice at the school auditorium were elected for the coming year, TILIZERS! He is stocking our Old Line
I Miss Vonda Inman escorted the Wednesday, her subject being the after which games were played and

: MONOGRAMMEDDistinctive Guardian to the rostrum. evil effects of' alcohol on the hu delightful refreshments were serv Brands as well)) as all fertilizer materials for
The hostesses had decorated the man system. ed. The birthday of the leader,

hall with Magnolia leaves and In the last,pine months Miss Mrs R. A. Thomas was honored. quick delivery.
branches and vases and baskets of Demerest has spoken in 16(1 cities Those present were! Mrs. Thomas,
falDt.ly Stationary .. .
marked with a shadowy check. Narcissi and fern. The altar was and towns in 'the United States: l leader, Dorothy Alvarez, EloIse -:'0''If. rwrr "'' ,-.. -

24 folded note nheets 3T "x draped in white with candles for and is doing *! great 'work in this Bullock, Doris Crew, Jenelle Let Mr. Green supply your needs. Weknow
4,%", with double border in the past and present presiding off i much needed Ime. She said that In Hutchings, Florence Mersereau,

silver match and, 116"x516",pmy. 24 envelooaito With 50 iB cer. The newly installed Guar a Chicago hospital for the insane, Julia Winkler, Selma Thornton he will be delighted to serve you.
dian's motto for the is "Co- the
(Tray bordered flap. Mono- year superintendent was quoted assaying Margaret Lennon and Ruby Sil-
grammed with three initials operation;' this the committee "I'm sick and tired of alcoholics -
while you your wait. And re f a m on_. worked out with magnolia leaveson ," as that Is the cox.All boys and girls between the

member this is Symphony, Symphonyquality lavender background cause of insanity. She also main I ages of thirteen and sixteen are invited -
fir t choice of discriminating Mrs. Flynn, before that alcohol ls"uscfut in the -
correspondents surroundingher to join our B. Y. P. U. It
everywhere chair to her successor, gave a tor: of a car but not in the opera- meets every Sunday night at 6:45: TRUEMAN FERTILIZER
splendid repoit'of her activities in tor. Miss Demerest showed specimens o'clock at the Baptist Church. .
1033 and expressed her appreciation of scientific experiments with .
I of the splendid cooperation and alcohol, which made an impressive Dyal-Upchurch Bldg. Jacksonville Fla.
It is believed that the glove industry ,
MONOGRAMMED PLAYING CARDS the large gain in membershipwhile lesson on the hearers.
sh. was in the chair. The In the United States last year was first established in
Double Deck _" _89c following officers received hand- 37,500 people were killed in auto- Nirot, France, in 1277.

some gilts from the 'Guardian: mobile accidents, many of the accidents
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Mrs. Anitta Griffls for attending being caused from drink-
every meeting In the year: Mrs. ng'drivers. While the prohibItionlaw NEW FLA. GAL.
Vonda Inman, Mrs. Lula Hutto, was in force In the U. S. there
.,.. "'- and Mrs. Louise Williams, each received were,'fourteen Keely Cures, but SYRUP 37c GREEN'SSTORE A REAL GOOD GUARANTEED
.
STARKE, FLORIDA' a piece of hand-painted since the repeal of the 18th amend. .
china, and all officers were pre ment there art now 400 Keely I
1 sented with beautiful corsages. Cures In operation. FLOUR
The guests of the evening were MIss Demerest went from here 7 5c
.3C the members of the local Woodmanof to Jacksonville, where she bad a .--RYnEST

I the World( and Mrs. Ella Rimes speaking appointment, and from CASH & CARRY 24 Lb S.
I
'iitit RICE Sibs 23c
I Strickland and Miss Ella Mae there will proceed down the East .
Coast under the STARKE FLA.
i Strickland and Mr. Dryesa from speaking direction ,
I Lake Butler. of many W. C, T. U organizations.Voman's .

The Installing Officers were: Our Policy Is to Sell the Best Quality of Groceries and Meats at

mmlelieta > Mrs. Ella R. Strickland. Installing \ Club Sponsors All Times At The Lowest Possible Prices.PW .
Officer Play TonightThe
. ; :Mrs. Ethel Raymond, In
('... stalling Chaplain; Miss Ella Mae
.. Bob Demorest, Jr. Players
d-LB. CARTON JEWEL
Strickland Installing Musician; will present "Laff That Off," an ROUND STEAK Its 20c :
a /1 and Mrs. Vonda Inman, Installing hilarious farce, at the Woman's LARD SOc
Attendant.
Grand honors were given Club tonight, (Friday) at eight FRESH! PORK j
these officers. o'clock. The"\!lub will benefit bya.

M The officers Installed were: Past percentage_jf the receipts. PRINCE ALBERT, can __ tOc SAUSAGE, Lb. ____ ____ 25c
i il Guardian, Mrs. VirgIe Flynn; Bob Demorest,Jr. Is well-known
% I Ie' Iu Guardian, Mrs": Vialo Fussell;..Advisor bare! where fceHiUended"cool and PET OR CARNATION GOOD WHITE 'L

Mrs. Anltta Griffls;, Chap. got much of falls early theatrical
lain, Mrs MILK tall 7c BACON Lb. 18cNO
Mildred Powell; Musician training. la the past few months can
Mrs. Maude Andreu; Report he has been prominently associated!
er, Mrs. Vonda Inman; Secretary, with the Federal theatre project In 2Si CAN TABLE CHUCK ROAST OR

I. Mrs. Lula. Hutto; Treasurer Mrs. Jacksonville. He and his wife are PEACHES __ __ t5c STEAK, Lb. .___ __ 121/Zc
Louise Williams; Auditors, Mrs. E. spending a part of the winter here,
ter C. Priest, Mrs. Chamber. and Mrs., and their ItALOGYA
'r'rto troupe of players nave
I'o Carolyn B. Inman; Attendants,, been bringing a taste of the real SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
Miss! Elizabeth Williams,and Miss theatre to various communities In SAUSAGE Lb. 121hC
Mae Green; Inner and Outer Sen this section
M PKO.
tinel, Mrs. Rose Goodman and I..
j Mrs. Stewart, Junior CounselorMiss Admission to "Laff That Off"will SALT Pkg. ._ __ _____ _3c NECK- BONES, 3 Lb. __ 25c
be fiften and twenty cents.There .
df i. One Night Only, Wednesday, Jan. 20 : The Amy candle Moore.light ceremony was will be singing, dancing and l\IERIT OR BELL RIB

.i Located Corner Madison Ave. & Broadway used Gladys, with Wilson Miss Miss Julia Margie Tyson, Mrs Mc. vaudeville On -the scenes-..; between acts.is the BREAD Loaves 25c REEF STEW Lb. 10c t I

average February
\\ l! Millan and Mrs. Mcintyre and .
i Opening Play 3 Act Comedy Drama banners bears of Love, Wisdom I i London.least rainy. month of the year i in 180 BOX 'SiDE OR SHOULDER j
lie
"TAMED AND HOW""Sheba" Power and Remembrance. ASPIRIN Box .. .. 3c
---- --
PORK
tc Lb
ISc
A sons, "Over the Mountain,'''
Every known'type, ,,'\ of Azalea .
was rendered by the little Juniors, QUARTJAR
in her Latest Sensational Dance which will
Mr and Mrs. Aubrey Moore'idaughter s grow{,out-of-doors is Included '
"DANCE OF THE NILE" *. Arch Thomas among the 64 varieties MUSTARD lOc
gave PORK
fr well prepared address on fraternal 81' planted in the Ravine Gardens at CHOPS, Lb. _ t8c

w' "Happy Leroy" Ace Black Face Comedian Ism. P, M. Barefoot talked on the Palatka. QUART JAR GREEN FLORIDA

84// beauty of the work. Mrs. Ella : the team work of the Grove mem PEANUT UTTER
23c
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Rimes Strickland who CABBA
"Fanzetta, Greatest Known Contortionist organizedthis bers. E. Lbe 2c I
1 Grove eight years ago expressed The hostesses for the evening GROUND DAILY
and Acrobatic Dancer
her Joy on the progress It has were: Mrs. Inman, Mrs. Priest, I H-OZ. i iH
TOMATOATSUP
be made being one of the five. largest Mrs. Pearce Mrs. Ira Wilson Mrs PURE COFFEE Lb 121L

"c ,. LADIES FREE! in the state. Bill Sapp Miss Ollle Marr Misses -' -, --- --- tOe j
Ct ,' ONE LADY ADMITTED FREE \\ITH EACH p.lnqtLT: Mrs. Vonda Inman awarded Pro. Julia and Marie Tlson, Mrs. McIntyre I

Adults 25c flclency Certificates to Mrs. Priest and Mrs.' Arch Thomas. NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK KELLOGO'S CORN
of Children 15c and Mr. Pierce, and talked on the I served
They sandwiches, coffee and t
DON'T :MISS THE E-AxOVS THE FAMILY.BEST SHOWBKING Grove splendid by {cooperation the parent order."GOd given the and cake.Mills Little Dorothy Miss Dorothy Faxon Alvarez assisted TOMATOES can 61/c I FLAKES 2 Pkgs. ISc

men of the World, in the past and the hostesses In serving

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAC E FIV1C*
dAVUARY 15,1937 ... .
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Mrs A. E. McKinney Mrs. L. O :Mr! and Mrs. W H Hart and The Royal Service Program I LAWTEYO Lunch Room Enlarged

Hazen and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng I Miss Luclle Kennedy attended the meeting of the Baptist W M.1 J. Phillip. Crrvpn.4rBt
spent Friday In Jacksonville I funeral of Mr. Hart uncle Joe" will be held at the church next Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson

.. I HUBS, m Surrency, (tin Monday Monday afternoon at three o'clock Beauty !Shop Opens have enlarged their popular lunch
f: Bits of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLcnrton ------- Circle No. One Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. Edna Harley( Tuesday! opener room and are attracting an Increasing -
and daughter. Jeanette' spent Sat- Mr and Mrs. R. T. Bell and C. S. leader, will have charge of the program up a first dims beauty: shop in trade both local and! tran-
urday afternoon' In Jacksonville. 'McCornack returned to Chicago I the City Barber Shop and now is slent.
cal Ne I Wednesday following a two week II I equipped to care for the needs of .--

I. A. L. Bennett of Eustis was the visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Ui'; Mr. and Mrs. B. C Prince of the I the ladles of this section Teachers Association
week-end guest of his sister and low. State Farm Mrs. E. I* Biggs and I
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mrs D. A. Monteith spent last I strawberry Outlook The Bradford County Teachers

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Johns. Mrs.V.. E. Middleton, Miss\ week-end in Daytona Beach as Prospects continue favorable fora Association will have its first
[PROGRESS '- I Madge Mlddleton. :Marjorie Sue guests of Dr. Ralph Valloton. D bumper crop of strawberries hereIn meeting of the year today .in the
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg were I MIddleton and Mra' E. L. Mat A. Monteith of Belle Glade joinedthe the near future with the warm auditorium of the Bradford County

. the guests of their son, Dr. Sam thews visited relatives in Jackson- party there. spring like weather we have enjoyed High School.

..' '" Sternberg;, In Daytona Beach Sun ville Saturday.The for the past several! weeks --
;j and Mrs. D. E. KnIght spent Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and day. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beach, for- and prospects are at the present ,... '-TSitKPoiir
Tue in Jacksonville children spent Sunday in Jackson of Palatka, now residents time a continuance of favorable I I nv THE 1'OiIITlD't or
, : day Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Mont- merly are HIM nfVK Oil' KT4HKK:
ville. Mrs. Li. E. Moseley spent the of Starke and are occupyingthe weather, carlota will be moving .t 10....... Vim. In flip state 'r Klor.Id .
\ and children visited Mrs. .
gomery rla .
lit eke at banla ni>J D. IIVIW.M.
; week-end at the State Farm as the from here within the next ten
I. 1'. and Mrs. L. Q. Powell spent Frances Sweat Guilford at her Epperson apartment on South .
(I /Wednesday in Jacksonville. Cy Grant of Atlanta was the guest of her brother, V. f. Man- mother's home In Quitman, Ga., Walnut St. Mr. Beach has a government day In11101'n'l.
l guest of George Manassa last ning. last Thursday.The position and la makinghis 1..o..n. and nimxiunt, $ .n I6fl fl.1H7
Overdrafts Old) ... 67
week. Building improvementsBuilding
[r. and Mrs. N. Sternberg were headquarters here.Mr L'nlled Htaten ilnvernment
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy continues In the city tll lIlallonnlr..ct and
Friday. Woman's Socie-
Gainesville Missionary .
In .
visiting Fully Oimrnnteed Trust 1ft.1100 00
Miss Kitty Hogsed returned and Mrs. G. H. Meadle' spent Sun- ty of the Methodist Church will and Mrs. J. W. Killian left with several citizens making Improvements County and Municipal
Sunday from a visit with relativesIn day at Atlantic Beach aa guests of meet afternoon, at three today for Waynenvllle. N. C., after to their homes, the Ronda h .___ !SAOb,00Ju'1
business vlsJacksonvllle Monday .
Oiie Wiggins was a ..m.nts :,.J4ff HT
Miami. E. B. Walker. with Mr,. Kil- Intent Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
ten
Ito In Wednesday. ill o'clock, at the church. Devotional spending days being iMirltle* d"i>nlted with
and business meeting. llan's brother, Joe Truby. During Carardlne who have recently added" Htata. Treaniner. for'
Stockholder H e s e r ve
the Miss Dorothy White of Daytona their visit. Mr. and Mra Killian and at the ,
| Randall of Jacksonville was Mrs. Wesley Andrews spent many Improvements Fund--------------- ::1,1100 )0
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in Beach visiting Beach spent the week-end here have been delightfully entertainedby present time painting contractor, Flu nk I n w lloime, Furniture
1 week-end Daytona Miss Ada Rose Demerest, noted
.Wslness _
'. a visitor here Monday. : with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. and. KlutureiOther -. __ ;.:0000
relatives. educator and lecturer sent out by their numerous friends. G W Durham, Is painting the Hi-Hi I'tst.Ownpd: IK,inn M
i W. White. Ctnlmn and other. Jte-
house of Joe PeeleMlits .
I the State Woman's Christian Temperance

't i", !41'8. J. Maurice Edwards and I e 1.rls.vlrglnla I """Fl'('" Tun C.rlltlc..a.ts. *ftt
Alvarez has
Mrs. Arthur May of LaCrosse Union wa the guest returned ( .iiue
. 80 spent Monday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane and home after upending the l'I'rliunaIP from n..nkaOhll _. t IRS! 47
the guest of Mrs. A. E. McKinney Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs FredA. .
was > C* h on Hand and flue
in Gainesville
the week-end
j' son
:\ spent -
Scott. holidays in Jacksonville with her Grace Arwood, who has trotn Hunk Trust Fund flfl.l44! 66Is.inSettlement.
Saturday.
, 1 urnA.. Rennolds will arrive Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Mc aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs I. J. 22,04875:
been several in
)|_ for a short visit with his wife. Clane Sr. spending weeks --
M Miss Sun- Ia\e you seed th.mono- I Reddish. She was accompanied Birmingham and other parts of TOTAL IZTO.10' NI
Dorothy Sapp .spent
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: I home by Miss Shirley Murray, who
stationery with monogram day In Gainesville as the guest of granunrd stationery" at1ItC'ht'Ws': Alabama returned to her home (ipllal Stock rulil In
, 1'. -jFlne your Miss Mary Canova is spending 39 rents and up for 24& lib...... and I will be her guest for a week. here Sunday. ('on''","" __ ._. 15,000.Ort
," [ In one, two or three letters Mrs. T. A. Steele. several days In Jacksonville this Preferred ..._ S16.4S
) tatlMitcheir (""nv lolK'.. Several dewlgn Mr and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were Undivided Profit", (Less
I I'I week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. '
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stationery
I monogram your Expanses. a n d T,,,,.*
I Mrs. W. H. Nolman of Avon W. M. Walnwrlght. uhlle jou wait. Kxchmlve d.IJrn"Iod..rate called to DeLanil Saturday because I'ald. ) _. .. _- 1.5UGI
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bell of Dela-
I i. Sack Williams of Jacksonville Park is the guest of her mother, of the death of Mrs. Roberts brother !Stockholder' Slntutoiy Liability -
! :\ Kxamlne" window
van, Wis., and Mrs. C. S. McCormick price our Reserve Fund S.000.00
/was visiting. friends here Sunday. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick. Mrs. George Manasaa returned : : Alanzo Tatum, killed In an automobile individual" Peponlt' tluhJ. -
dhlpl"y.llt'ht'II'"*
I \ to her home here Wednesday from of St. ChArles 111., left Wednesday accident near Mount Dora ..,.. 10 ('h.k ____ 45,29819
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for their 54,525 25H5.1I22H
respective homesaftel' RevinR.Iapnnlls"
: ;.j,ji.i H. C. Wall was a business visitorftnTallahassee The Eastern Star will meet Mon. a week's visit with her parents in two week's visit Misses Ella Mae and Vera Man- Saturday afternoon late, County and Munl-
of the a with Mr. l> OHltH _. _
the first The Rev. G B. Cutshaw Is at- ulPAl el
I I day night at 7:30.: All membersare i Dallas, Texas. and Mrs. John Uglow. ning have returned to their home Script. .__ .. 23.00
I ::, week" urged to attend.Dr. at the Stale Farm after a visit of tending the Florida Baptist Convention Tim Certificate. of U.111)lIlt .-
I I In Ocala this week a'' _.. 11.28810
, f For what could be as
a gift or prize
._ The Rev Homer B. Thompson, several' days with relatives and Certlfled. (Cliecit. ._ __ 21 14
I ;'''': Gj PROTECT YOtHttKLP and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell of I nicer than a box: of monogrammed Pre ldnlg Elder of the Methodist friends in Fargo, Ga. They wereaccompanied delegate' from the New River As- "".101.. ..'" l'heckn ,... .-__ 625.09
?y'' .Teae loved one *nd provideRetlremettt a I stationery." Look In our window at sociation. I.ti to Other Hanks on
home A. L. Griffis I ,
Lakeland were week-end guests of Church of the Jacksonville district by ('crllflvates of .liep IA0,179.18tttonk
,j I.e.m. the different deMlgnu Low price Mr and Mis. J. II. Moore and Axnvnnnixnt Collert-
and Theo Hall both of
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. I was In Starke Tuesday evening and Fargo. ___ ..
Old 7,500.00lfnrestrleled
|H. T. HALL JR. Mitchell's. Mm. W n. Edwards were visitors
Trust
held the quarterly conference of 1'.1'0.-
". THE PRMNStl.AIl Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley went the Methodist Church': Mis. O. G. Husband of Jackson- I to Jacksonville Saturday Its __ 8t. un
I-1KB ('Curtiriml (ChvikM. ._ 600.<>Q
F. R. Carradine business
was
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom and \ ville the house of Mr. .
I ;' Office by Stark Hotel to Ocala Monday and attended the Sparrow was guest -
\ Starkp, Fla.rN State Baptist Convention.Give i Mrs. U. A. Joiner, all of Bartow and Mrs. L.. A Davis last Thurs- I visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. TOT i. 1270,103
Mrs. Charles McCormick and STATE': OF FIOIIIT'A,
I Mayor and Mrs. W. P. Moore left
were week-end guests of Mr. and day and Friday. While Mrs. Husband COUNTV OH1 IIHAI" OnU. ..
Mrs. L. A. Rennolds
I your letters an Individual Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr. spent MondayIn was here, she and Mrs. Davis Sunday for Plant City where Mr. 1, (:. I*. Htotkwell. Cnihler of the
I Lake City. Tuesday Mrs. Reno Rbiivc-iiamed Hunk, do solemnly
Moore will be In the
I" visited the J. J. and the employed ,, .
touch using monogrammed station nolds and Mrs. McCormick motored I Finley swear that lh al Himement istrue
f Price 39 rents" up. Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Kirby Smith chapters of the U. strawberry deal While Mayor to the bent of my knowledge,
cry. .
to Gainesville and Silver and belief and that It I I. In r
Moore out of
is the
city, Presidentof i
of Jacksonville were week-end I D. C. In Gainesville nnnne in oUI'ln.o'lc'\ to report
Miss Lois Long, of Jacksonville, guests of their parents, Mr. and Spring the Council, M. B. Plummer, I l>r Hi". ...('oiiiptrollvi at the Htalo otVII".I.
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was a week-end guest of her mother -. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. I Alonzo Tatum Killed will officiate as Mayor" of the City : <". I, KTWKWKl.t' Conservator
(live I monogrammed of '
Mra. F. H. Long. playing Lawtey. COlt I KCT: _A TT KMTHti1iMi'rlt
>) Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr., and Mrs.E. card.* for that prl/ew 89 tents dou- Alonzo Tatum, 29, brother of John Bryce of Brlrevllle wall a .. ed .and sworn to lieforema .

.i1 4 Mrs. H. C. Wall waa the guestof W. Hayes spent Tuesday In ble deck Mitchell's." Mrs. George Roberta of Lawtey, business visitor here Tuesday this I>7th. "1.day,KnlKht. of ,Jantiury. 1837.

Studio Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright. Gainesville with Mrs. Street Den- died of Injuries following an auto- Miss Dolly Dinkins was shopping Notary Fulillc. .'
Uprights and Mrs. A. G. Dr. C. of Phila- He In Jack onvUle Tuesday
Sunday and Monday. dy; Ludwig. George Mahy mobile accident Saturday night.
: I[and Grand PianosALSO delphia, General Assembly Chairman was on his way to visit a relativeIn II. B. Arwood and C. R. Whitehead -
J! Mra. Lee Graham and Mrs. S. T I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins for the Evangelistic Committee Mount Dora He works In Tex were visitors to Jacksonville [GENT A WORD
-; Dell of Gainesville were visiting I and son, Edwin, spent Thursday In of the United States' was the as and had been spending a vacation Sunday afternoon.
GUARANTEED USED friends here last Thursday; St. Augustine visiting Mrs. Per guest of Dr. and Mrs. George H. with his mother, Mr. J. H. Woodrow Cutshaw of Greenville, COLUMN
\ PIANOS fj I klns', brother, E. R. Poppell. Lowry last Thursday. H.> and Mrs.: Tatum. In DeLand. Mrs J. G. Tenn., I III visiting at the home of

y e'i! JA Price for every Pocketbook Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. H. C. Lowry also had as their% guests last Godwin, Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. O. WANTED TO BUY..Farnwag.*
t f LILLIAN'S Wall, and Mrs W. B. Mundy spent Friends of Mrs. Frances Sweat week, Mr. and Mrs Joseph" C. Gal E. J. Roberta and Mrs W. E. To- E. Cutshaw this week. on. See N. D. Wainwrigbt.
Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mr. Guilford will be pleased to know loway of Avondale, Penn. Mr. Gal. rode attended the funeral In De- W. J. Harrell was a business visitor Starke. 12-8-2tp
:] MUSIC STOREOpp. that she has returned home after loway Is a noted biologist and writ ; Land Monday. to New York City during the
and Mrs. Jeff Johns have spending two weeks in Qultman, er. He stopped here en route to past few days. FOR RENT-Five room furnished
I Florida TheatreGAXNESV1LLE moved to Gainesville to be with Ga., where she underwent an operation -' the Keys of Florida where he will Rosebuds are found in profusion Mrs. J. T. Moore was a visitor to apartment. Reasonable. Box
i'I': their son Freeman Johns. for appendicitis. study marine life this winter. In the Ravine Gardens at Palatka. Plant City several days last week. 131. Starke. It
Mrs. T J. Mrs J. P.
\r Terry, Wy- WILL PAY CASH-tor used pianoa. .
NAT SEZ: rick Mrs H. B. Arwood Mrs V.
Write Lillian's Mu lostol'e.
-, I=LORIDA ....IIGHLIG ITS J'hKNEFllf> ll.PMN R. Reddish and Mrs O. J. Phillips 342 W. University Ave..
Did you hear about the latest O..a.a a.l e.w..n MIYr -. _......n. ... attended the W. M. U. rally held' Gainesville, Fla. tf
kidnaping Somebody snatched at Brooker last Friday.
Jack Frost and It's beginning to : -r, :4rF1 '.' a' Mltta Eva A. Grant of North FEMALE HELP WANTED
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look like we aren't going to seer "l K0 fiOOA:> or 1 Haven Me., arrived here Friday lo Country girl or woman at once
.. anything of the old boy for the rent :"' .,),/ spend the winter In Florida. for general housework. Good home
':\ of the winter. Of course this warm UEEQEST -! ; Please assist the correspondentby and $8 per month. Mrs. L C Lee,

I .. I weather Is fine, but I'\e noticed O/SE .... y handing him any article which Doctor Inlet, Fla. l-15-2tp
r that folks buy very few sweaters, will be of general Interest not later
lumberjacks, winter suits and coats at than Tuesday evening of each FOR RENT --- Furnished three-

when the sun Ht bearing down like week." Help us to make the Law- room apartment. Mrs. S. R.

It has been lately. But look out! ,e r j rK tey notes really Interesting. Johns, Starke. It.
e. a w
: It'll be cold jet, and when It get i.w The Rev. O. E. Cutshaw will WANTED Typewriter Will pay

I /"J that way you can find he ('IotheftII preach at the First Baptist Church cash if price is right. Green's
you need at Sternbvrg's.THEY'VE ::4F I here each Sunday at eleven A. M. Store ltp
and seven P. M. Sunday School
i at 9:30: o'clock and B. Y. P. U. at NKBRAHKA RED BLISS seed" potatoes
IIIlx. All aer most cordially Invited for ante. Also full line

: 'N J. r to attend. beans, corn. peas and garden seed.
;. GOT I --. Our seed are all northern and west.
; William Penn occupied the first ern grown as good as can be
brick house in America. bought. We also carry full line of

1 lr To BE I --. fertilizer as good as the best with
i I More than 15,000 students are organic nitrogen as high as 90 per"
ii i if yam, TAMPA&O& enrolled in Kentucky colleges and cent. See us for prices before buy.

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1 i ,-:7 : And what it takes I j I Ij

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boys certainly has I PERFECT PAINT JOBSAT


: in abundance -

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/TS EXTE IOR .A flOOD HW/CH PAID LOW COST

i; All Leather... /GNTEO roTE POLE AND II FlORIDA ,
STI2ANGE INSIDE ARRANd6H.fN .
I DEBT
\ Strongly" Constructed.Styled ... DES/GNATG 0/$ NOME / .:11 I"

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FLQie/Dl43'QODESTi
for Boys...

If. PntWJ Located on exclusive Baysh'ore} Doutewas sent from Australia to California

eta vard in Tampa, Is Florida's oddest house. and thence to Florida and it saved citrus ATINT'

The fourteen colors on its exterior are argroves of both states from destruction

$195to ranged without i rhyme.or reason. Even by the cottony cushion scale. Recently ,"Mfiirr ', a
the pumpkin bug became established in
Rs to the pillars that support the roof are of Australia! causing much damage. In

different colors and the balcony is of Florida the tachinid fly is the most effi

srs- 5295 separate shades from the porch. The Indent parasite of the pumkln bug. It

side is still more of a conglomeration, as lays its eggs on the back of the pumpkin SEE US

,. no two curtains, no two shades, no two bug and, when hatched, the tiny grubs

We Idiow the lifb: boy's shoes must walls and no two sheets on the beds are bore into its body and it dies. It was
your
j of the same color. The dining room is only natural that Australia should ask I BEFORE BUYING

1e"1 decorated with all the colors of the rain. Florida for the parasites to help in com
.. .- bow. The eaves of the garage are decobating its own serious pumpkin bug I

rated in bas-relief with frogs lobsters problem. Entomologists of the Florida :

pelicans, bears and other animals native Experimental Station at Gainesville got & DAVIS
: IT PAYS TO BCY ATSTERNBERG'S to Florida. If it is the ambition of the busy and collected pumpkin bugs with QUIGLEY

owner, W. L. Blocks, to make it the freshly laid tachinid fly eggs on their i

i .1 oddest house in tau. country, he is about backs. They were rushed to Australiaby J STARKE FLORIDA PHONE 3Y
to succeed. boat and thus one of the queerest

i_ :Years ago the Australian lady beetle debts in Florida's history was paid. __







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.I'At'i' !: _SIX_..___._ ._ ._____ ____._ _._ .. ._. .. .__BRADFORD_ .__.. __ COCNTY_ TELEGRAPH____...__ _STARKE.. __. FLORIDA'--. .=- .... ._ -- -_ ___. __ ..___ _ _..__ FRIDAJANtAR_ _.. '- : ) I 1IliIt.,
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, SCORES CONVICT LABOR NOTlrR Oil' "prl. ',
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_ r I ST. AUGUSTINE-"Convict Is Foil TA8..ite D.F.n: rio '
Hints To Housewives
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'lot
bor is one of the greatest causes of I| NOTICE Iii HEltIJn:: > !(C..1,

"I unemployment of free labor In C. Jcate Powell hOld", r i'

I Ii I Weekly from Home Demonstration LIVE STATE NEWSNews I Florida" stated Senator Peter I! August office No.. / A.312.J). 1929 JKHueii, 10"i i"> ,, 'I"'
SECTIONConducted
FARMERS "
Spnclailiftta Tallahassee Kendrick of the thirty-first distrIct -I my for a tax: deed and. hac to I I..?,,,0\"\. ,, 'I'' ,

"and I propose to Introduce a Said certificate/ einl, "d,'. I""' 1!
I of Florida in Short Paragraphs bill in the 1937 legislature to pro- I log described proni.i. i >. ,," "
by Demonstration Agents lOnE CITRUS RECIPES I ty of Bradford, RIa,. ,
--1 hibit the use of convict labor where wit: I J

i free labor is available." "IndustryIs Lots Four, Six, VIn, i ,
Orange Sauce Block ,
I B. Rlsliigd I \i:,,
I being called upon by President Starke' In Northwest I
__ tA -liII: _.. 1Ii r- t I -- 'all Northwest Quart, .J"" '.
; absorb and
1 cup orange juice n Roosevelt to more more Ninth Street Beetle, ,n s ',,. 0
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SCREW WORMS ACTIVEIN 1H tablespoons cornstarch SI'GAR REFINERY SHIPMENTSCLEWISTON BANS TRAILER TOURISTS labor to relieve unemployment and The ship 6 South. Rans-r ,' *

.,. I RURAL I CONTINUED WARMTh H cup sugar -Two solid trainloads PALM BEACH-The town council Florida's State Road Department erty under assessment the said of. .th"II",. "i. I

HAVES WARNS FARMERS 1 tablespoon butter of sixty-two cars of raw sugar has decreed it will be a nuisance is possibly the largest industry in ed Leviton.was' 'in U" nanir ".' Nl'' T' ,-:,.

I COMMON SENSE Mix sugar and cornstarch and rolled out of here this week to establish an automobile Florida" Unless said.

N G Hayes County Supervisorof Juice and butter. Cook until thick. for the refinery at Port Wentworth trailer camp In this swank resort. --------. deemed according certificate to law.'h.,,,I II,II
By SPUDS JOHNSON Screw Worm Control issues a Reserve a small portion to pour Ga. Each car contained 250 Nor may a trailer be used for an ATTENTION TOWNSENDITES! to erty the described highest therein bidder' will: V t.r r,''.

___ warning to all livestock owners over each serving, and serve im bags of raw sugar. Six tank cars office within the town limits while The Townsend Club will hold Its house door on the first at. th. ," ,,.:
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COMFORT CON VZN1ENCE. that with the continued warm weather mediately. of molasses, by-product of the two or more parked on a private regular meeting next Monday "the the month of February 1 ii, ,7, Wh''',

BEAUTY NECESSARY TO screw worm flies continue active Up-Side Down Cake 'Glade sugar moved as a separate lot also will constitute a nuisance. night. Jan. 18. at 7:30 o'clock in 19f.r A".2fXftFebruv 19a7 T.n", 1
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;' FARM LIFE IN FLORIDA in all parts of the state. All H cup butter shipment, all produced by the Unit- One may park a trailer on the the court house. There is some Important (OFFICIAL SEAL) "

l livestock owners are urged to use 2-3 cup sugar ed States Sugar Corporation. highway for not more than one business on hand and a full A. J. THOMAS,

"It Is impossible to Impress upon the same car now and throughoutthe 2-3 cup water hour but no meal. can be cooked. I, attendance is urged. Clerk of Circuit Curt

anyone fiat there Is dignity in winter regardless of the wea- 2 eggs CIGAR BUSINESS BOOMS __. Ernest Thornquest Sec. I.I-6t..I-30 B..dford County Florid..r

residing upon a farm with impoverished her, that they practiced duringthe 1V4 cups flour TAMPA-Tampa Cigar factories AGREES TO LEAVE MIAMI e I

soil dilapidated buildings summer and fall months whenhe 1-3 teaspoon salt manufactured 358,465,357 cigars MIAMI-Charles Petlllo 35, described I, .MOTICB OP Al'p..rUIO- _

and an environment of ignorance." t fly was very active. 3 teaspoons baking powder this year an Increase of 47,000- by authorities as a Chicago These pictures and projects can POOR TAX DEED

:rThus spoke Dr. Seaman A. Knapp, All screw worm cases should be 1-2 teaspoon vanilla 000 over 1935. The Christmas orders racketeer followed the lead of be seen in the home room of our NOTICE Senate IS Bill >.. J&"
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founder of agricultural extension promptly treated with benzol to Orange sections sufficient to for the first time In years included Salvatore Spitale of New York and history teacher Mrs. Hill. Ruth Lawrence HEREBY, holder tm',f fl r v: Tk"'...,

work in the United States, showing kill the maggots and a light appli- cover bottom of skillet a demand for cigars retailing agreed to leave town. Petillo had of tlflcate No. 61S, Issued the :"nil
July A. D. Viil
'4 Ancient Chinese cons Idered 1934. hat med
his appreciation of the values c atlon of pine tar oil should be applied Cream butter, add sugar. Add at $1 each. Internal revenue been arrested in :Miami Beach In my office and has made ""

I of good homes which adorn fertile to prevent re-Infestation. Its beaten egg yolks and vanilla. Sift levies paid by the factories total- charged with violating an ordinance large ears a sign of sincerity. tlon thereon.for a,Said tax certificate deed to h. applici.!I'u,',

farms. i essential to treat all cases be. together flour, baking powder and ed $1,665,541: : a jump of $263.533 which require persons who No'rlC'80 or APPLICATION the following described. pr".rl embr."..

Dr. Knapp realized as do lead- fore' the maggots mature so no salt Add to first mixture alter. over last year's receipts.CONGRATULATES have been convicted of a crime to FOR Tax DEEP: Florida the County to-wlti of Bradford Slat. c(

era In the agricultural field today. flies will develop to carry on the nately with water. Fold in stiffly register with police upon their ar NOTICE Senate IS HEREBY Bill N. lea North-east Quarter of N", I tea
GIVEN That
t
that the maintenance of a fine typeof l Ife cycle. Pine tar oil should be beaten egg whites. GOVERNOR rival. C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certificates Quarter 0'; a otc.n: Norths!;

citizenry in rural homes is an Applied lightly to all wounds in While making the cake, melt TALLAHASSEE: Governor --. No. 62J. Issued. the 7th., day of Corner Northeast Quarter, Quart ol:
July A. D. 1930 No. 618 Issued. the Section ]II
,, essential factor in good government animals to prevent screw worm In- four tablespoons butter and one Cone's inaugural address last week CAWTHON HAS NEW DUTIES 7th., day of July A. D. 1930 and 1-3 Township II South Rang> 22!

Satisfying home life In rural 'eatatlon.' I cup brown sugar in frying pan or brought several hundred telegrams OCALA W. S. Cawtbon who of Certificate No. 629 Issued the 7th 0"KaM I...Containing.. Acres. Ior.;

areas is essential to both state During 1934. it was estimated : dripping pan. When thick and in a steady stream from every section retired Tuesday as Florida's Superintendent day same of in July my office A. D.and 1980.has ha.made filed application The assessment of the xnlrt pro,.

and national wellbeing.Good here were approximately 450.000 syrupy arrange In the syrup drained of the State. Within twenty- of Public Instruction thereon.. for Said tax deed certificate to be Issued city wa under In the the said name certificate of L O Wed w.i:!..
embrace -
housing Is Invaluable from ases: of screw worms In the State orange sections. Pour the batter four hours attaches at the executive took over his new duties as administrator the following described property mer.Unlesa;
over the fruit and bake In moderate of the University of Flor In the County of Bradford said certificate shall b. ;,.
well mansion had read and laid deemed
of
a social standpoint, as a. providing Florida. The Bureau of Ento- State of Florida towlt'Certificate according to law the nroi.
comfortable facUlties for mology and Plant Quarantine, U. oven 350 degrees F. for about aside for the Governor two bushel ida's Adult School at Camp Roosevelt No. 526 embrace: .. Lots erty described therein will be soli
39 minutes. Remove at once to Cawthon said he was enthusiastic Seven.. Eight of Block B. Rising's to the highest bidder at the cour;
house should baaketsful of
the S. of house
\ family. Every Department Agriculture. in messages praisingthe Addition to Stark. in Northwest door on the first Monday .,
offer the back-ground environment cooperation with the Florida State dish, turning upside down so that new Chief Executive's expressions over prospects for edu- Quarter of Northwest Quarter South Ie the month of February 1937 which

;;. for moat favorable developments Screw Worm Control Committee the fruit will be on top. Makes on economy and taxation. cational work in the adult school.
members. one u-tncn cane. ... _.- He and Mrs. Cawthon will resideat Certificate 1937
\ of its individual family started the screw worm control I No. 628. embrace, Lots OFFICIAL SEAL
( )
t By so doing. It gives strength to campaign In June 1939 and from Orange Washington Pie TO SAVE ON BOOKS the camp built during early Ten Fourteen, Eleven of. Block Twelve C'. Rising's, Thirteen Addition A. J. THOMAS

the group. In the farm home. hat time until the end of the year, 1 tablespoon cornstarch. TALLAHASSEE A program construction on the Florida Croes- to Starke, In Northwest Quar Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court, Florida at

group activities still remain a part there were 153,002 screw worm 2-3 cup sugar designed to cut $250,000 a year State Canal. Ninth ter of Street.Northwest Section. Quarter 28 Township South of 6 I.I-Iit..1.30

of the home. Group activities demand c ages in the state. The screw 1 cup milk from the cost of free school textbooks South Range 22 Eat. NOTICE OP APrtICTIO\

adjustment, and it Is from worm control program was con- 2 egg yolks is being prepared by the CELEBRATE SHIPWRECK 1-3 of Certificate Block D. No.Rising'529.Addi em. FOR TAX. DEED
I'anc"oAJa; : <"...(. Bill
No.
adjustments made In family life Inued in 1936. and for this year 1 tablespoon gelatine Department of Education, Its new WEST PALM BEACH-A cargoof In Northwest, Quaricr NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEV KM): 'rill

that the foundations for adjustments there was a total of 43,171 cases. 1-4 cup cold water superintendent, Colin English said 14,000 cocoanuts came to Florida Ninth of Street Northwest Section Quarter 28 Town.hlp South of 6 C. J. Powell holder of Tax Pertltcate

in community and national This great reduction in the number V4 cup orange juice last week. English said be was In a shipwreck fifty-nine years South Range 22 East. August No 1.62b.Issued 1931, has the 3rd filed day nm-'

life are built.Comfort of cases of screw worms can be Rind of one orange "startled" to learn that $1,566,000 ago and West Palm Beach is celebrating ....[yh.. Assessment the' said of Certificate the said. prop* No. In my office and has made ap ll...

is as essential\ to satisfying attributed to the splendid coopera- 2 egg whites was spent on books for Florida's the incident's anniversary.It 626 628 and 1-3 of 629 lnued. wa In tlon thereon.for a Said tax certificate deed to be embrace Immti

home life in rural districts as ion given by the livestock owners 1 teaspoon lemon juice 375,000: pupils in the past two marked the beginning of cocoanut the tively.name of John A. Curtis I respec the following described proper) .

It la elsewhere. Among the i In Florida the people interested In Mix cornstarch and sugar. Add years and considered it far too palm planting in the state Unless said certificate shall be Florida.the County to-wit of :Bradford. State !

which help to make thingsl l livestock and all state agencies. milk gradually and cook in top of much. "I think we can cut half a pioneers say. Thousands of the redeemed described according law. thproperty Lots One, Two of Block C Riting's -

places in which to live are houses With the proper preventive double boiler 10 minutes. Add million dollars from this in the trees are planted annually now to old to the lItthrd.J .. will at ,the be Northwest Addition Quarter to of Stark.North......in'

I with tight warm roofs and waUs slightly beaten yolks slowly next the beautify parks and highways. The court-house door on the first Mon Quarter South of Ninth Htreet
measures used to eliminate wounds egg biennium new superintendent -I day In the month of February. 1937 Section 28 Township 6 S', tth,
which protect from sun wind and i in animals and the use of pine tar and cook over hot water until said. The saving he explained Spanish bark Provldencla was I which I* the 1st., day of February, Range 22 East.

term; heat for cold weather and throughout the year on all woundsas thick. Dissolve gelatine in cold water will result from, improved wrecked in shial water when the 1937.Dated this 1st., day of January The assessment of the said propel
comfort for weather and add to cornstarch mixture. master lost his bearings. The crew I 1937. I ty under the said certificate ifmu4wa
, warm ; ample a repellent to prevent screw methods of distributing the books. In the name of J. C. Poppell
apace In which to live. eat and worm Infestations, and when cases Add orange juice rind and lemon was saved and the cargo floated (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS) I Unless said certificate shall be re'

Bleep; good light. both natural and occur to treat them promptly killIng juice. While still warm. fold in Deer are reported plentiful In the ashore. William Lanehart and H. Clerk of Circuit Court of I deemed described.according therein to I law will, the be.property old-

artificial. by which to read, work i the maggots with benzol screw stiffly beaten egg whites and chill. scrub forests in central Florida. L. Hammond planted the nuts as a i l-l-5t..130SHERIFF'Bradford County Florida. to the highest bidder at the courthouse .

and play; running water storage worm cases can be further reduced When filling is well chIDed and commercial venture. the month door of on February the first, 1937.Monday which In

, pace, provision for privacy convenient in 1937. has begun to alffen about 2 hours. phile It on one layer of cake and I SALE I* the 1st day of February 1937
'. place the other layer on top. LeaveIn A Buddhist college-Ananda-la NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Dated this 1st, day of Januar
toilet facilities, and numerous N. G. Hayes I. A. O. Andreu, as Sheriff of Brad U31.
other things. County Supervisor more tobacco this year than last a cold place until time to serve. located at Colombo Ceylon. ford County Florida under. and by (OFFICIAL SEAL)

T can be reached through the County year and that some farmers who NOTE: This filling Is very good I virtu of that certain Writ of Exe- A. J. THOMAS,
To obtain improvements In the Agricultural Agent or by writing heretofore I cution luued out of the oflce of. and Clerk of Circuit Court of
have
not It
produced the served as separate dessert. Chill requires a quarter second for under the band and seal of the I
'..' farm home it is necessary for the him at Brooker Fla.. Route 1. crop are planting for the first time and pile in sherbet cups. Serves the voice to go around the world I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brad- 1-1-6t..I-30 Bradford County Florida
farm family to work together and this I' : ford County Florida and bearing
year. about 8. by telephone. date the 4th day of
September, A. D.
to their and harvesting SEEDBEDS NOTICE OF 'PI'L."A1'IO
plan production FOR LARGER 1936 on that certain leflclinrv A*.
'. work so that needed funds BRIGHT LEAF TOBACCO cree. made and entered. by the"Hon. (Senate FOB TAX Bill DEED Ne. ia.1

I will become available. Then all CROP BEING PLANTED &I #LO.tDA wHl 'J Court A. Z. Adkln of the a Eighth* Judge Judicial of the Circuit Circuitof NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN. That
!& C. J. Powell, holder of Tax Certlflcate -
members of the Florida. In and for
. family must have Bradford No. 860, Issued the 3rd da of
a part In the actual work of remodeling GAINESVILLE-Seedbeds for'amuch County tain foreclosure In Chancery of In that cer August, A. t>. 1931. has filed ,ame
"- mortgage where. In office and has. made
rebuilding or otherwise improving larger bright leaf tobacco I _..A"""' '''e.. .. in The Federal and Bank of Colum tlon my for a tax deed. to be applies issued
bla, .
a corporation I.
the home. crop than last year' are now being I 'I".StU .;frys..SW ? Mover Hough Et., Al.plaintiff are defendants and. the thereon. Said' certificate. embrace
following % 'fl
Florida's corps of home demonstration planted In Florida. I which Maid deficiency decree I la the County of : :rgrs.rojt.ot',
I .. of record In Chancery Order Book 9,,
Tobacco Florida to-wltt
agents encourages rural growers In Suwannee page 105 of the public record of
families to have better houses, and Alachua Madison, Baker Brad- Bradford County Florida' I have lev- Lots One, Two, Three Tweh I *
of Block B, Addition t
led Rising's
upon, the following described
to manage the home along more ford, Calhoun. Columbia, Gadaden lands of the eald defendant; Movers Starke In Northwest Quartei, r

up-to-date lines. They aid rural Hamilton, Holmes Jackson, Jef- tro;! ._."... Hough lying and being In Bradford ; Northwest Quarter South of 9thStreet ...
County Florida and will Section 28 TownshiP
on Monday,
--
ferson -
-
families not only in obtaining more Lafayette Leon, Levy, and the 1st. day of February A D. 1937 South Range 22 East
j attractive and comfortable homes Union and other counties where during- the legal hour at sale thereon The assessment of the said p," i II.<
k sell the said land erty under the said certificate ,i--
at public outcry

but also in living fuller lives and bright leaf la grown are now pre- at the South door of the Court sued was In the name of Mrs ''. 1"i

being more useful citizens. paring and planting their seedbeds t .. House of Bradford County in Stark Carter. .
Florida to the highest and bent bidder Unless said certificate hall! >I.
for the
1937 crop. for cash to-wlt: redeemed according to law tn"
i. There are no mosquitoes in The 1937 acreage will be much .) One acre In NE corner of NE' property described therein will!' i I.:
.. of NEW\ of Section 22. and the old to the highest bidder it th
France, according to reports from I larger than that of 1933 due to absence W%4 of NE'4 of 8E'4 of Section court-house door on I he first Mi TI'
I 14, all In day In the month of February 1"7.
that of a control Township 7 South
I country. program this -. \\6."t"i-c. GIREAOZJD.'w- Range to East; alao a one-sixth which Is the 1st day of Febnun,
year good prices last season, and undivided Interest in E%& of 1931.
I The child born on the Mayflower prospects for good prices again 'G'M :f\Q.t' .sW A OQO 8W 1917.
SWi/4 of
NWU In Section 13 and
I
during its epic trip to America this year (OFFICIAL; SEAL)
. I according to J. Lee Eifc of NR% of 8EU In Section
was named Peregrine White. Smith district agent with the 1---=-i- .- -- -. 14, and NE of Section 2. all In II A. J. THOMAS
State Town hlp 7 South Ran SO Clerk of Circuit Court of
Agricultural Extension Servo Eat. i Bradford County Florida
I, Nearly half of the known kindsof I Ice. A. O. ANDREU l-1.at--3-8O
SheriffBradford -
wild grapes fifteen species are Reports from several counties Indicate .. County Florida. OT.rJlJ OP APPLICATION
I native of Texas. that farmers are I-I-st..l.ao roil TAX DEED
planting (Senate Bill !No. 18.1
\iOT."JIJ OF APPLICATION: NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN That l
FOR TAX DEED C. J. Powell holder of Tax: ("',.rtit!
Senate Bill N. 18.1) cate No. 361bl".ued the 3rd., day .,r
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That August has filed gain.
Brooker Turpentine Company Inc, In my office and has made appll-,
1 oocwt holder of Tax Certificate No. 96, Issued tlon for a tax deed to be \\"I.j
Announcement-- the 7th.. day of July. A. D. 1930, thereon. Said certificate embiu >"-
the '
has filed same in my office and ha* following described proper"the ,. r
County of Bradford Stat
made application for a tax deed to
_' be Issued thereon. Said certificate. Florida. to-wit:
% Lots Ten of B Ri-
embrace the following described Five Block
_
:
It. I In Ing-s Addition to Starke ,"'
S1MIHO: &ADP the of
county Bradford
; Property Florida to-wlt Northwest Quarter North....,
,
< 'ftil Is 12ARvp t*. oN Northeast Quarter of:Southeast. Quarter South of Ninth Street. ,
Quart.r Section 22 Township 7 Section 28 Township 6 South.Ran..e .
'
1 South Rang* 20 Eat: containIng 23 East.
We have the -
-il most modern Cold Storage 40 Acre, more or less.The The assessment of the said pi"P-l
L
1 \ erty under the said certificate )ls FTICd
I : assessment of the said proper was In the name ef D. C. JonesUnless
OUS crt1v
It and Meat ty under the said certificate Issued said certificate shall be rdeemed <."
) "
' Curing Plant in Central Florida- wa' In the name of Qeo. Llppert. '
GIo' Unless, said according to law. the proPerty ]
certificate
shall
I / be redeemed described therein will be .old to
"if according I to law. the .
prop the
highest courhouse
bidder the
with a modern smoke house in connection. / to erty the described highest therein bidder will be sold door on the first at Monday I\
at t hi the month of February. 19J7 wh h
court-house door on the first Mon I la the day of February 193"
day In the month of February. 1937, t.lilt.\\.I. lit, day of Januai"),
\ which I* the let., day of February, 11f.

; 1937.Dated this 10th., day of December OFFICIAL SEAL)

NO INCREASE IN PRICES 1936.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.Clerk Bradford J. THOMAS.of Circuit Court Florida at

County
,
A. J. THOMAS. I.I-lIt.-13I) .
\ \ Clerk of Circuit Court of
Bradford County Florida.
NOTICE OP APPLICATION'FOR
12-11-51-1.15
.
i t ,1 I TAX: : I>EKI: >
We Specialize In '\ : (*.eaat. Bill No. 13
'f Sugar Cured Meats \ -i t.i!. JOIU'TIt'fi] OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Th"
:tl. -\ FOR TAX DEED C. J. Certificate .
Powell holder of % of Tax
,. (senate? Hill No. 1""3) "f
'
No. 314, Issued the Eth day
: WE INVITE NOTICE
YOUR 1 IS HEREBY
< GIVEN
INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE That '
W. S Edmondson, holder August A. D. 1929 has filed sarIn
of Tax
my office and has made appllctlon I
Certificate No.
77. Issued
the 6th .
day
THE KINGFISH is a tropical fish and is sist the demands of the Government that of I* my August office A. and D. 1929 has has mad.filed applica same thereon the for a>Raid tax certificate deed to be embrac IIRU0'.

related to the Spanish Mackerel but is of the Indians evacuate Florida. He was tion thereon.for a Said tax deed to be Issued the County following of described Bradford property State '

ICE & a more somber hue and comes in imborn in the following described certificate embrace Florida to-wlt: .
1804 the
: on Chattahoochee River the County of property In All Blocks. J. K, L, Rising' Adrtltlon
mense numbers to the coast of Florida in Georgia, and belonged to a branch of Florida, to-wit:Bradford, State of to Stark In Northwest

"1 from November to April during which the Creek Indians who had removed to North-West Quarter of Pouth-East' Quarter South of of Ninth Northwest Street Section Quarter I*
time it is caught by trolling. While Quarter of Section H, Township 7 Township. 6 South. nan.I.-
its Florida. Famous South Range 20
as the governing spirit East, containing KeKse t.
COLD STORAGE maximum weight is approximately 75 of the 40 acre more or lean The ..
CO. great Florida Seminole War Osce- The assessment of the said assessment of the said pr
property
. pounds, it only averages about 7 pounds. ola is noted for his great courage determination under the said certificate Issued I erty sued D.erlntht.h.said certificate cf OCO1Weller if:
In name
wa the
It is a wonderful name of W. p. Byrd.
;; t and will game fish on the rod skill and bravery. In the fall Unless laid certificate shall b. re. I I Unless. said certificate shall be ,..
h J. L. GEORGE MGR take fly bait deemed according I
or to law.
on long casts. of the
'l Stout 1837, he was captured in violation of city described therein I will be prop deemed according to law the pri ""Ii
' copper or brass wire should be fast. the to the sold erty described therein will be >
sanctity of a flag of truce and imprisoned highest bidder at the court to the "
; Phone 1067 highest bidder at the cou
ened to house door
1201 the on the
hook
N. to first
Grove St. withstand the numer- in the old fort at.St. Augustine. the month of February, 1938 Monday which In house door on the fI..atfonda, .'
ous sharp teeth of the I* the let iiai. the month of February 1937.: wh' I
.f Kingfish.OSCEOLA'S day of
Later he February 1
was.moved to Fort Moultrie near Dated this 22nd day of December the 1st. day of February 1937

Gainesville, Florida rank and birth".ere humble Charleston, where shortly afterwards he 1'138.(OFFICIAL< SEAL 1931'TSted'. this 1st., day of Janua

I and obscure' but he dared nevertheless re died of grief and disappointment over the A. J THOMAS.) (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS); ,
-- Clerk of
--- ----- lost his Circuit Court
cause *Jf people. of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of
County Florida
n-2II.it.I.U Bradford County Florida
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. '. JANUARY 15. 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\Pft, STAItKE FLORIDA" PAOLf SEVIEY

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.' 41 E CHURCH DIRECTORY; ;I I How; ; the cocktail party' 1 1I "Why can't you stay here* me" Is that n':'. She capped thee '' The United States governmentsold

I I "Delightful just "right' Charm. I There two beds" floor angrily with her toes I : more than 6 ,OOOOOO duck
I w .- JEWH3T BAPTIST CHURCH ILIBl-L ing people, the Van Arsdales, I was "The three of us" Be! reasonable' Bill wall puzzled Not! unless tamps in e single yearDRINK
,' far. C. B. Price, Pastor very glad you didn't rome i Would that look married "" Harjrertor| the paper paid fix .
-----
pay School 10 o'clock a. m 'Oh, were you *" Surprise tinged You mean you're willing to them Now if you dun t mind, I VI' -

A. omaa Supt 1 with resentment. colored her voice I lenvt me your fiancee here alone got to /got ilies-i'il and go out 1"rjredkfHSt'
Sing Worship. 11 a. m. : J "V"s. I admit mj plan was to with that guy ?" .

a', p. U. 7-15 p. m.ng ::mu LAY 1! get you there alone! and you knew I II "Bill a my friend.! I trust nlm likea "I don't think you should go j
Worship 7:30: p. m LUIU.US I '
if! brother. Why, he won't know out."" said Gladys thinking fast
Teachers Meeting. Wednes- MlTC.fU LL I
PcflJ" I "Ah. you are a mind-reader! you are In the place!" "Aren't we supposed to have
15pm 1- ...IVIETRO'SOID.WYN'MAYER Y q. % i i
.I So am I I saw your room at "Are you trying to tell me that breakfast together? The plan I \
week service, W.oDellIda I
.. Prayer SYNOPSIS-Bill Chandler" libel" seven o'clock, just as though I I could be alone with a man and mean. Besides, the fHh man. is

8 p. m.Metboaist-, I man on the Evening Star Is rehired I were In It, shades drawn, subdued I he wouldn't know I was around, coming." | putt..rrr.1. 'oula-Df le-.
who "But Bill Isn't the sort -" When there knock the yOw
; : Church by Warren Haggerty, light came a "n ...r..e..ree.yA .
B. M. Montgomery, Pastor. I had fired him when" the paper "Practically semi darkness," "Go ahead! Run along!" said door he started to rise | ..re rile ut-

;" Sunday School-10 a. nv draws a $3OCOH/ damage suit by concurred Bill. "Gypsy music" Gladys her vanity piqued. "But "Oh, don't you bother' she said v tDF.\ID".

I ...; Morning Worship-11 a. m. Connie Allonbury, to frame Con '-.: "The wine was drugged, of when he comes tapping at my door domestically, "I'll go"I( c
d njCpworth| League-6:45: p m. I nie AO she can be sued for bus- course!" I'm going to telephone you and It was Evans< the fish instructor -

.,\i a Evening Worship, 7:30: p. nxi band-a 'allnjt-tbe offense" she wait I "Not a bit of drugged wine on you come and get me And unless whom Haggerty had engaged I I
IV', YOU i are Invited: ta all these aetv- charged with In the libelous story. I the boat. I shopped I'm cuckoo. you'll hear from me to give BUI his lessons In fishing !' e

, ,,. 6ee I Chandler Is not married and needsa "You mean were every place.to before midnight!" "I've brought everything, sir a '! t
you going
wife to sue for alienation" of affections. Hogget seized on the dismissalto I complete outfit," said the Instructor. I
i 'i}/ ;; depend on your sheer personality
Pre bjterl. Church Haggerty prevails upon make a quick get away. Ch&n- "You'll have no trouble learn ,
I r Rev George H Lowry Pastor I his fiancee, Gladys Benton to marry ? dler returned from the bedroom, ing with this equipment "

: Sunday Services: Bill and then get a divorce after "Strange as it may seem, I did his arms filled with quilts and a They moved tho furniture out of

10:00: a. m Sabbath School. Connie's suit has been withdrawn and spoke, without a glance towards n't try to get you to my state pillow. Gladys ostentatiously examined the way so Bill would have free \

11:00: a, m. Morning Worship. or quashed. Dill goes, to her: "The disguise Is perfect room for the reason you think. I the lock on the bedroom space In which to practice casting

I .- li:30: p. m. Young People's Vesper England, contrives to render. service but I'd know that ankle any know I drove you to your cabia; door. She took the key and put it Bill proved an Inept pupil the j I

Service. to Connie as she boards: the where. She removed her dark for three days. I wanted to know in the lock on the Inside, worst Evans had ever had, but the

; Sermonette by' Pastor. boat for home and to get them to glasses with a resigned sigh. "Re- why. I've bad my face smacked, "This door doesn't look very! Instructor moved about patientlyand -
,.1: Midweek Service: have dinner with him.Chapter member me? Bill Chandler I I been called choice four word strong." painfully at his coaching job.

I .\. ,'1:30 p. m. Mission Study. hope you're catching up with your I names, but up to now I'd never lost "I'll have a bolt put on It In the Gladys watcned from a corner of
; 8:30 m. Prayer Service. out to a circulating library I was "
. p. Five reading""Thank I morning, said Bill. the room.
".
'ltoMwoo4atId you. Just no, cried the coach as
t.r i Church ONE FISH ESCAPES the sun-deck.. He's waiting for "And now you know" Bill prepared for another cast (!gifi/$
.
I |.* E. O. Hemingway, Pastor
,4. I Services Sunday. Bible you now Don't let me detain you." "Now I don't care I ceased "HI make It both sides" "Keep the elbow low and close! I
I every They had trout for dinner and and sank caring two hours ago. I'm truly She locked herself in bedroom Muscle
y1 t "Good-bye said Bill, the has nothing to do with It;
:[Study 10:15: a. m. Services !at 3:30o'clock : AT
I In afternoon Chandler seized upon that fact to Into the chair beside her. "If I grateful to you for not falling In put the key under the pillow, Its the natural spring In the rod."

Yp'' talk fishing with Mr. Allenbury hadn't spotted that shapely ankleI with my plan." but remained undressed, waitingfor Bill let It spring, and again LUNCH RECESS

I 'f} ?;, (BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH and succeeded not only In gaininghis was going to send you a note. "And what caused your changeof Chandler to ask admittance. caught the hook In the alreadytorn
-<<, I Rev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor attention but In making a distinct "About fishing" she asked heart?" Connie was Interested Then she fell asleep In her chair. curtains "Too bad I'm not goIng AFTER: SCHOOL

I'w [Services every first Sunday Impression. Connie was so sweetly. now It was daylight when the ringingof fishing for curtain!"' he said In

[Sunday School 2:30: p. m. obviously bored that, when the "No seriously I'm in a bit of a, "You're to fragile" the telephone awakened her' She disgust. "I'd be a sensation!" STARKE COCA-COLA

"' [Bible; Study and Prayer Services band struck up, Chandler asked jam,and need your help. I spend She sat up, amazed, on the de heard Bill answering It sleepily Gladys dlllioliged 'the h 00 k.

,Ic very Saturday night, her to dance. Bill was but a fair my days discussing fishing with I fensive. "Fragile! Me?" "Flowers? On the way up? "Maybe If you broke a leg and had BOTTLING CO.
t
dancer while Connie was a magnificent your father and my evenings tryIng "Yes-you damage too easily." All right. to stay home-"

.. !.: t. Mark's Episcopal Church ( one. to avoid the Van Arsdales. To- She gasped: "Damage?" "Who's phoning at this hour?" "Now that's what I call constructive

,' prayer and Sermon on "I'm afraid Tm not a very good night I'm cornered for dinner with "It fascinates me," mused Bill: demanded Gladys "For me?" !" cried Bill, glaring at A Three Days' Cough

.the lsecond and fourth Sundays a11a. t dancer," he said turning on all his them and just can't face It." "Sues for five million dollars "Flowers for you on the way up. her, He cant again. The hook

( m. Holy Communion Saints Irish charm. "So you'd like to rope father and asks"damages for five million dollars I've got to hide the bed clothes be- caught In a brass plate on the Is Your Danger SignalNo

matter how
practice at 7:30 "I'll be too. You dance "Yes and I out "Oh, so the Vun Arsdaies! told door" many medicine
: every Friday night : frank no. helped you I "Bull's eye'! cried Gladys as the you have tried for your cough cheat
I'pJ'm..: .. superbly" once now It's your turn to come you After a moment's frantic search plate rang "Give the gentleman! a cold or bronchial Irritation you can
., "In passing And a reputa- get relief now with Creomulslon.
"I was expecting something or through for me. I'm going to tell Gladys cried: "I've lost the hoy'"You cigar!
tion worth five million dollars is a Serious trouble may be brewing and
iginal. them that and father will ,
you your would!" Chandler threw The Instructor. stepped! back to I you cannot afford' to take a chano
Chandler gave a mock sigh. join me for cocktails before dinner little too precious. In fact, I think with anything less than
down the bedclothes Creomul-
BOB took the key layout a ground plan "Pretenil,
e JONES ." any girl who puts that valuation lion which
"Life Is so full of disappointments.Your from the front door and unlocked sir there's saes right to the sear
a five-pound beauty In
perfume- -Lt', exquisite!" "Mr. Chandler, think of the on her reputation should be keptin of the trouble to aid nature to>
you the door to the bedroom
"" Gladys the pool yonder behind that boulder soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes -
r Comments On Here a glass house.
"I sweetest
never use any things. confronted him In the doorway. Mrs. Chandler Is the boulder. as the germ-laden phlegm
Connie got quickly to her feet
Is loosened and
}'4 :I And Hereafter with a surprised: "Mr. Chandler'' Even If other expelled.remedies have

.' t I \ i'We Bill drew hastily away. "SorryI I RtLi failed don't be discouraged )'OU1"druggist
'
: ,, read In Proverbs 9:8 "Re- d rather not get too near you!" ls authorized to guarantee
: "I'll
: ,, have a liihing coach Creomulslon and to refund your
;:>prove not a scorner lest he hate She looked at him for a moment I her in the morning," money If you are not satisfied wtWi
In sheer amazement clouded results from
by a the very first bottla.
'thee'*"!. : rebuke a wise man, and he new and growing interest Then I saidHaggsrty"he'llr1 Get Creomulslon right now. (Ado

soul love thee." According to this she turned on her heel and walked teach you

:1&statementt, the test of a man's wls- away.

JTdom Is his ability to take a rebuke. I Bill's eyes followed! her the corner t'' WONDERNLNEWS 'i>'t
't!( of his mouth twisted into a sigh Me up
>>
ago the writer wrote an M
smile of satisfied superiority
'r'otd, friend letter criti
a friendly is
I THIS ITCH IS MADOENINS..NOTHINO

... 'cising this friend about certain Chapter. Six' SEEMS TO HELP IT /

things of which he is reported to ,
t THE BRIDE IS SURPRISEDChandler I rl Vt HEARD OF A NEW 1
(/b guilty. The writer appealed to fi "w 1 1 r [ITCH REMEDY. RYKO
,,\! -I
\ithe THAT WORKS WONDERS j
friend to return unto the Lord I
arrived' at
his hotel
y ,;and bo restored to the old (FOR ITCHING SKIN -
again apartment, where he had left his I ters TRY IT ,
;
; ?time Christian fellowship It hap- two-hour
I'm beginning to think bride, to find Warren
-' yens that the friend to whom Ilti' I lN Si /: J1L:7JfIMY
"> Mr. Chandler is quite an Haggerty awaiting him and demanding r r '+
Wrote
resented what I said, I
; an explanation. ITCH IS CONE MY SKIN
(have been greately tempted to angler said Connie. "First you wire us that every ,I 1l$ __________ CLEAR AGAIN NO WONDER

,r.Write him a letter and ask him to thing's Jake.she's coming to your i THEY SELL RYKO ON A
, read Proverbs 9:8.: A boy at a cabin for cocktails; then we get MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
{country school got a bumble bee
"Oh," said Bill taken aback, "Wait a minute! When the Van another wire saying everything's ,
put It In a box. lid the h. ..
put a on For
[ "
and stumbling a little. "Sorry." Arsdales arrive, you come In with- off What happened ? add...rt.
[box and put the box In his hip ... .... .. ___ 11.
"Don't mention It. Must have out your father" "Th.- ..- .,",,"A... h....J u '.-0',".. A '" aYCOdllant.
-.Oe.
[pocket. He went Into the school- .,Gs..
been a lurch of the boat""As "Father gets all the breaks!" cooed Gladys. "Where did you get the key""The Would you mind bending forward,
room after the lunch hour. The "She front door fits For Itch (ace bl I..), rlnijworm, .'hl.Ie'.
"And never stirred from her cab- key always Mrs Chandler I m a tall tree just.
continued
matter of fact. it Chan.
a was announce
r I teacher kept ordered the to your fool and oth.r purmcilo akin irritations
boy "
' dler In for three days,' explained Chan both doors, he told her behind you. Don't forget uk druqqlil lot RYKO. Quick rlil
fait still. The eyes said Bill, with a straight "that your father has just your Tour
? boy tried to sit still rata back. RYKO mold In-
dler "You the or nlon.r
mean there
Ignoring Gladys's wisecrack. key was wrist
but he face. "They're so near I wasn'tconcentrating had a brilliant notion to finish our
[ couldn't The teacher said, RYKO sold In Starke
"Then when I had 81nl&ht"\ she asked disbelievingiy. B7BroWD'
book. He wants everything ar- Bill the rod In
feet""So got reel-
("Didn't I tell on my we right awaywe'll position
to
"Yes, did you keep still. concentrated mine." have to work all evening.How's ranged for her' to come to my room ed In the line, then wigwaggedwith Pharmacy and good dreg
you teacher but thereIs you on
for cocktails she didn't show." "Where did you expect It to stores ever"ere.Now .
that? Her his
[ something going on.here He passed It In silence. "That'sa apparent acceptance wrist "I think I'll use the
youdon't
be T' he
"What Is this fatal fascination replied offhandedly as "
relieved him. "Then that'ssettled catapult switch this
on
[ know joke Mr. Chandler and calls fora
about. A
nothing
man you have for women?" _ImperedGladys. there came a knock at the door.
Cocktails in
state-
[who resents the polite chuckle. my Gladys rubbed her hands together
effort of a friend ,
He threw the and Into
at !" "For two weeks I've been quilts pillow
room seven
I to help him spiritually usually has "Your ," mused Bill dream like a ball-plnyer "Itemem-
eyes planning my big scene-giving the bedroom, opened the door and
something In his life Connie's eyes narrowed. "Wheredid b!r, there's a man on second!"
[ he doesn't ily; "they remind me of some myself to art just sitting here took the box of flowers. EaseNe.ritis
[want the world to know anything thing." you say?" alone In solitary confinement I "For me, dear?" asked Gladys 'I Suddenly Bill's wrist stiffened.

[about "I knew that was. coming! The "In my stateroom the bar's even had my ticket to Reno, hotel taking an alluring pose In the "It's no use. !" he raged In self-disgust Pains

S sparkle of a diamond, or perhapsthe too near the dining room." reservation and a lawyer engaged doorway. "I know the words and I

q, s "I don't like his methods. That blue of a turquoise!" "Oh I see!" There was a mean and for what?" "Yes. darling." While he tipped know the theory but I'm just not

its what a lady said about a certain "Neither they remind me of twinkle In Connie's eyes. "Splen "It's a million to one you'll never the bellboy she opened the box and meant for an angler. The only way Fast
V minister who was doing a wonderful angry/ marbles!" He was giving did!" see those people again" said Hag read the card. I can do It Is like this."

work for God. "His style her one of his fondest looks when a "Thanks. Good for you," mur- gerty dejectedly. "I didn't send those flowers. He flung the rod In a curious

I doesn't appeal to me." she continued hand reached out from a table and mured Bill touched his cap and "I'm seeing old man Allenbury Haggerty sent them and signed underhand stroke that landed the

The preacher she was crltlcisllng grasped Connie's arm left her. tomorrow I'm leaving town with my name. Just part of the game" hook on the rear of the jutting M1M 7MINsmw

a was a good man. He was Dat'ural "Connie my dear!" exclaimed Some time later, while BUI was him for his lodge la the Adirondack She was miffed. "Oh I suppose boulder, which was Gladys. She uttered l All..arteM

| and easy and had his own peculiar the exclamatory Mrs. Van Arsdale. leaning' against a steel upright on .a week-end of fishing." you wouldn't send a girl flowers." a surprised scream while ......
way of preaching gosf "You got away from us for dinner the other side of the deck the private "Why that's fine Bill! Great! "I've kept more florists shops the Instructor cried wildly. "You ra..rrrwawa

pel. This lady was not really an tonight, but I'm expecting you detective leaned against its Is Connie" alive than any man in town. I did It! You did It! Not one angler ...t..
:enemy to the preacher': method. tomorrow." other side his back to Chandler I "No, she won't be with us, but give orchid. away like five-cent: In fifty can master that underhand ...-r ewer eirrw...Ikewr

", j' .She)' Just dlda't like the preacher's Connie was trapped. "But I'm "Seven o'clock," said Bill barely it's a perfect 'In', After a weekend i cigars" stroke!" -..--. .
I message. A hungry man will eat afraid," she uttered lamely, stop. above his breath. "She'll be alone with him thereIt's a cinch to M-...... seer wr.
"But you wouldn't send them to (To b.. continue") tis..w
|food brought to hU table by a waitJer ped. Chandler rushed Into the In my stateroom. Give as about draw an Invitation to his Long Island .__ _____ r ter r e. .
j whose style does not appeal to breach with his quick thinking ten minutes." manor." u ear .. is..r r re1.1.r .
t
4%bin Men and women who are "Awfully kind of you Mrs. Van "Swell" said the man out of the "Perfect! jubilated Haggerty. M.a. = I'tea.Lflar

1Mj, hungry for the Word of God may Arsdale. but we couldn't possibly corner of his mouth "How did you "It's an even better set-up than .-. -

,''l, lN I prefer a certain style of preaching work on our book without Connie. manage it?" the boat Don't you think so
4,'ff... but when the Word of God Is She's our inspiration" "She thinks I've Invited a lot of Gladys?"

;" brought to them they will accept Connie, amazed at his effrontery, other people ,I "As a Romeo I still Insist' thatguy's for Amazingly Quick R.'l /
i tit regardless of the style of the let him take her in his arms again Bill grinned with satisfaction as r a washout!"

man who delivers the message. It and dance away. there came a knock at the door of I "Will you close, up, Gladys Bill's c.t Genuine Bayer Arpfrfa

I la aU right to argue about principle : "I thought I was rather clever," his cabin, looked hastily around: done good work. But,up to a min '' If you suffer from pains of neuritis
p and sometimes a man's method I beamed Chandler the curtains were drawn cocktail ute ago I was plenty'worrIed. whit you want Is quick relief.

6 may be such that principle may be "Yes, I thought you thought so." shaker and glasses on the table. "Where you stop worryln, I begin 1 Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets
I Involved. No man has a right to "Don't I get a vote of thanks?" the roses conspicuously arranged. ," said Bill "I'm going trout give quick relief. for one reason, because

I do evil that good may come. How. "Oh by all means. I love being He opened the door and his smile fishing tomorrow and I've never almost they instantly dissolve they or touch disintegre moislure. t e-

lever, the writer has learned from your Inspiration." faded at sight of Mrs. Van Arsdale held a rod In my hand. I told (Note illustration above.)

[preaching gospel in many sec. Back at their table. Chandler and and Babs. Allenbury fish tales that would Hence when you take a real

Lions of the world that hungry Mr. Allenbury resumed their ex- "I hope we are not late," gushed curl your hair-enthralled, fascin- Bayer Aspirin tablet it starts to die
hearts will always accept the gos- change of fishing lore. "I've decided Mrs. Van Arsdale entering. "It ated him. Now, I've got to deliveror solve almost as quickly all you.

riper I though they may not greatly you're an angler, all right, Mr was sweet of you to send a mes- he'll know I'm a liar. And then swallow working it. And almost thus instantly la ready. .to.
tart
i -admire the style of the preacher. Chandler," said. the eider man, sage by Connie asking us to have I he'll begin to wonder why I lied"That's ,' I4TA/IMt Gbfai00fArTf: c w r(; svm lffiA headaches, neuralgIa and neuritis
''1 would accept a beautiful diamond "and a darned good one, too I'll cocktails with you. She Isn't coming not so good" hemmed paint start eating!! almost at once.
'. Ibrought to me by the most awk- wager." -she has another headache." Haggerty, then .snapped his fin ., -- That's why millions never ask for
" ,,'j'\?'\ward person in the world. His "I'm beginning to think Mr.' "She asked you to Bill recovered gers. "I'll have a fishing coach herein axpinn by the name aspirin alone
I method of presenting the diamond Chandler Is quite an angler!" said from his bewilderment the morning. He'll teach you." j, when they buy, but always say

[might not be according to the best Connie and got quickly to her feet. "How stupid of Miss Allenbury "In the morning? Him? Here | For Expert Repairing they"0\YEH get it.ASPIRIN" and see that

style:, but he brings a diamond andI I "And now, If you'll both excuse me, that was tomorrow night!" demanded! Gladys. "Where am II Try it. You'll say It's mArvelous.
accept the diamond. The Bible I am quite tired." When he at length succeeded In supposed to go"" f

says "they that know God hear It was the last day of the voyage breaking away from his uninvited "You stay here of course. Re- 15c

I us. If a man will preach the gos- to New York before Chandler guests!' the disgruntled Bill had member, you're married." I Smith's A DOZDII rasa '
Ipel of Jesus Christ In a community saw Connie Allenbury again. She dinner by himself went up on deck "If I could only forget It!" Bill GaragePhone ffi" I

rrt (and keep on preaching It and live was In a deck chair on the windy an hour or' so later and there started for the bedroom and she I PUl.L25c

Sthe life a preacher should live, the side of a companionway wearing found Connie In a deck chair enjoying demanded belligerently! : "H e y i .
s I saints of God regardles of denomInational an ugly bat and dark glasses fora the moonlight. He was embarrassed Where are you going?" I 120 I "Irt...lly y -

s affiliation will accept his disguise. but quickly recovered bls "To make up my bedhere In 14. tablet

,, { message. Opposition to the gospel Bill walked quickly towards her I aplomb. the living room. He went Into Wrecker Service Day or Night

Is not opposition to the messenger. as though unaware of her presence I "The ubiquitous Mr. Chandler!" the bedroom and Gladys appealed | LOOM MM vHf f*VI* gao U

: It la opposition to the message. stopped In front of her chair said Connie with an amused "sir desperately to Higgerty: ..
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKB. FLORID __ _. ._. ,..FRIDAY__ .__ ;JAXL. ;,\nv t Ii.'
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'f Attends Soil ConferenceT Bicycle Riders Here Make School Surrey Tag Rush Late Startln

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished TOO LATE 1 K. McClane. Jr. county Contestants In the State, Cham- -W M--Crothers, state, director of The last minute rush ,
.
agent will be out of his office all automobile tags had fan ,
Instruction, and R M. n
1877 TO CLASSIFYnr day today (Friday for the pur- pionship bicycle race will appearin public rlallze up until yeati-i it i ., ,
pose of attending a conference on Starke at the American Legion Evans, both from the state school Collector C A. Knight ,

. MEMBERLORIa HtSVKLt HAT the 1937 /Soil:: Conservation Pro- Hall Saturday afternoon about one superintendent's office in Tallahassee possible that many < ". ,
ft-rrr '" \PRESS ASSOCIATION committee composed of M. F. o'clock. Exhibitions of difficult schools in Bradford County Tuesday tension of time by aon, ",

TN a The old gag about Brown, Starke W. S. Sib'ey: Ther- tiding feats will be given, and a It Is believed that Crothers Today Is the last day; .1' ,

F; "rt: oturancL 71aida In the public eye" la about to be I essa, and B. F. Hazen. Brooker small price will be charged for admission Is getting acquainted with his new expecting a grand rush,
for, will accompany him. Problems relating Job time is extended
-- revived In a great big way
I r Published Weekly on .'r-iday and Entered as Second Class l starting this week 37,000 chain to the new conservation pro-
will be Ironed out at this ,

?. Matter. at the Post.Office. .at Starke. Florida .. will food feature stores grapefruit throughout In the their nation ad- gram meeting. f dOIi I DA 4iigtfU.fiHJ.5- ar nr r NiVi<'R FaO4M, '
. -- -
,
' with attractive window
t E. L. Matthews .___u_____ __ ___________Editor and Owner displays vertising, aidfo talk, demonstration I Enlarge Feed StoreThe _

(: and newspaper' advertising, Sistrunk Feed & Seed Com- 7NE / QUFQPAL4C

[ SUBSCRIPTION RATE with the view of making folks pany has enlarged its store, tak- V/COLA RV4Zfriestee
+ i
t In Advance grapefruit conscious. ing in the spice formerly occupiedby sAY a'7 _' :;
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable visits her 'V
t, When Mrs America C. A. Carver, who recently mov- *
I Advertising i Rates on Application neighborhood grocer this week, ed to South Florida. Besides a ANfsYDE5 7.sf "aaY ON rJ a ', ;

._ __. .. _- -- I whether In Maine or Minneapolis, full !line! of seeds, this store handles L". 7N6 OTW4'.C
she will encounter enticing grape- Purina products and staple groceries -
i SURE IT'S FINE-BUT fruit displays, be confronted with I,
Bradford Countians trying to enjoy this unusual spell of attractive grapefruit placards and !

real July weather in the middle of January remind us of a asked!' to sample salads! and other I SENSIBLE FOOLISHNESSBy i
food dainties made from fresh
RED KERCE
.crowd of midnight revelers struggling to enjoy the dance butr grapefruit. I .. .

r mindful all the while of how terrible they will feel tomorrow. When she checks the newspaper I Early to bed and early to rise;

i They all agree that it is fine for the present-but. They are ads of her local grocers, she will Y<>u'U rnalfj money for>other guys.
_
find them containing special offerson :. I
'pretty sure they will have to pay the piper sooner or later. Florida grapefruit Over' her Quite' often t ale who talk like ,

Early crops are shooting skyward ; strawberry plants are radio she will receiver timely suggestions < I'a Iplue sfrreaX:tth.QUi!:\ treligion! are

, .full of bloom, and if the warm weather continues it will not as to how grapefruit maybe : the first, O .II..tq, g9 to b4azea.

t be long' before considerable fruit will be ready for picking. prepared and how healthful I A Rftatbr wants >some of the I
and tasty this delightful fruit real- :"verbal destroyed. ''What i
: But Bradford farmers are not exactly pleased over the sit- corpses
ly Is. a war to" end/ an senators, doc*!'
I uation. It has long been their contention that it is better for Grapefruit growers of the nation I

the cold to come early and get over with. As it is now, berry this season found themselves behind People are divided into two

'; plants will get full of sap, bloom, and fruit, and then when the eight ball with a crop of classes The Illiterate half-wits, I
twenty-nine million boxesten and those'who listen to your con-
[II' the cold does come it will go much harder with them than thousand boxes in excess of normal versation.

, with the smaller plants earlier in the season. production and it began to look --.-- Q'JtG

But at least the tourists in Florida are having a good like the only thing we could do WE, IN THE COUNTRY .r APGFAUIs ,
t about It was hang a lot of crepe on By'CLAYTON RANDIt '
without 'H1
r i time. They alone can enjoy the fine weather worry- tr, '; r
/
packing house doors and order an- has been fifteen years since / / 7r.rr"
\ ing about what it might be doing to Florida crops. Perhapswe other carload of red Ink. Sinclair Utfwis'took' a swig of Paris ,I h. N.dVEdEENN1eQOGt'EDI4C .

should try to follow their example and bask in the warm Florida citrus leaders, in a panic, green and vinegar, penned his F . ., is' H- /NrO ILaQ/Q4 BYTN6 '''d 1

.I rays of the sun while we may. After all, we might as well called for help. They appealed to Alain Street "and poisoned* the I S'AN/A.ePS'/
I do the government, to the public to streams of American thought
take the weather as it cornea. There isn't much we can
everybody--and just when things Some of CM: In the country stillbieak
about it looked darkest this SOS. reached out'!Irt'a( rash. every time we'
o the ears of Florida food. chain think aboutit, '* I tj
.
,
WE HAVE NO BIRDIE I operators. Poking fun'-'' t rwr'ai and villagelife ( '',L6F 6F,' ri f .,

the Western As members of the National Association blU'l&ng. been the favorite iM
Our humble office has often been mistaken for of: scribe and
pastime city stage
Union Telegraph office, the postoffice, and the bank, but knew It was of Food an established Chains, policyof they buffoon While the funny papers j I Y

this week is the first time we have eevr been accused of being their organization to render dramatize us as a lot of yokels, j ,1 c', r fr
sophisticated xlr t :1 i iltl
down In the heart of many i
relief whenever
in the photography business.An practical possible:: v V. :
city fellow, who
to aid farmers and growers in moving should i
in and asked how i
elderly negro man came Monday surplus crops. know better, we are still a Wv ;,tic ? .. yi
much we would charge to take his picture with a large sack set apart from the crowd for our +. r ,.. ,
These same Florida store ownersin .
of turnips on his shoulder. lIe had been noticing the pictures the past had been called uponto stupidity-jusl/rubes and rustics. I --,.,: )
'" 1 1I
For I have livedat
forty now
years
in the paper recently, he said, and thought us capable of doing: help farmers of other states by the crossroads and watched the I
pushing the sale of canned peaches,
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the -- --
job. world go by. In that time I have '
"' I dried fruits or some other crop- THE APALACHICOLA R I VE i 1.. THE GRAPEFRUIT, a native of south-
(I'' Naturally we were complimented, but explained with seen the evolution of the Ameri-
so why -couldn't Florida growersnow formed by the Chattahoochee and Flint eastern Asia, was gradually carried westward F
can village
l' great pains that commercial photography is out of line; that enjoy similar cooperation and Less than twenty I lived rivers, the junction being ,near the Florida to Mediterranean countries. The

[g'' all we are interested in is dressing up the Telegraph and the grocers of other states join in in a prosperous years town with ago dirt State line. The Chattahoochee has Span: -rds are believed to have later

and making it the most interesting paper possible. a national campaign to push thesale ,! streets, plank walks, oil lamps, its source in central northern Georgiaand brcu: : (it it to Florida, laying the foundation -

-0 of grapefruit? and Ivy-covered back-houses, You flows across a clay section of that f"r an immense industry. Recogni- \

YOU CAN'T SCARE THEM The matter was taken up with' should see that town today-pave- state causing its waters '.o be. muddy. in tion rf the true value of the grapefruit
national headquarters and word mint! 'concrete walks, electric fact the muddiest stre \ entering Florida ws"" .'r'"erred for a long time, however, it
Another kidnaping has taken place in the United States came back that if the growers and lights and ''modern plumbing, It The Flint river oa theother hand hr i t.v made a complete conquest of the

with murder at the end of the trail for the tiny victim. cooperation shippers would it could give the and necessary would be even has a community. library and is a clear water strop i being forr"31 I en 'r' ration. Today it is the prime fa-

The battered body of ten-year-old Charles Mattson was done. A meeting of representative an Unfortunately airport there largely by limestone spr.n: '!!. Below the vcit rf all breakfast fruits and is highly -

found Monday in the snow where it had evidently been left growers and shippers was called. of city folk who have are overlookedthis millions junction of these two rivers there is a pro rdH for its distinctly medicinal

). by the fiend 'who took him from the home of his wealthy pa- The Citrus Commission lent its' tremendous change that has nounced division between the clear and 01'il 1'S.. The citric acid of the juice inlai'70
full support difficulties were Iron- taken place right under their muddy water for a "viable distance down v o rents two weeks in Tacoma, Wash noses
ago ed out and today the greatelltgrapefl'ult Highways, 'automobiles, the ApalachicoIa.I com('.<* alkaline instead of remaining acid!
: aviation
There were those who had hoped that the execution of promotion and salesI :
dailies, consolidated schools, radios
Bruno Richard Hauptmann would so frighten criminals thatit campaign ever undertaken is under and the "screamles" have created a I

would mean the end of the kidnaping racket in this countryfor I way.Here new world at the country's crossroads -
What Do You NeedIn
a number of years, at least. But evidently this was too : is a "Recovery Act" that lea .
: recovery act. Through the cooperation The American city has already
to take. The of criminal who
optimistic a viewpoint type I of the chain grocers of the decentralized. It is today wherever
commits crimes! such as these must be of a low mentality thatis 'nation. Florida grapefruit sales a few families build their

immune to fear or else he is suffering with some mental will be pushed as they have never houses. Printed Forms, Office Supplies Social Stationery?
,
been pushed befoie. Hundreds of Main Street has become so
< disease that likewise makes him overbrave.A like much (Don't tell don't need ANYTHING!
brand new markets will be openedup. Wall Street and State Street us you )
o Thousands of new customer. that except' for size there little

COURT HOUSE PARK will be reached and If the plan ,. difference. There may be more .

Would you like to see the grounds around the court house proves successful a* all Indications culture in the city, whatever that LETTER IIEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS
are It will, similar campaigns can I., and more revolving bars and
converted Into an inviting park? If so, let the fact be known be conducted In future seasons racket But the village has more For business purposes and social usage; You find new uses every day for rub

and lend your cooperation to the Business Men's Club, which with the result that the per capita character in it-more decency and Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon

organization has appointed a committee of its members to investigate consumption of grapefruit will be more Democracy. more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking

the possibilities of such a project. doubled. or tripled. Character somehow springs from work of art-get away from the scratch pads.
With 37.000 chain stores through. the soil and the city will continueto
While the area around the court house is limited in size, out the nation plugging Florid recruit IU captains in business pad variety.

there is room for several benches and perhaps a court or two grapefruit Independent: merchants and profession from the fields and

for outdoor Ifames. These courts, filled with carefree players are bound to follow suit-any other .! farms. And the Democracy of ADDING MACHINE RIBBONSOf
,' course would be foolhardy. America, If It survive, will be con ENVELOPES
: enjoying themselves in the Florida sun would give our Smart independents will stantly renewed:I from the course you knew we carried typewriter

town a more hospitable appearance perhaps the scene grapefruit Just as hard as push the and the crossroads.As country Sure you can buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding

'would.Le so Inviting- that a few more tourists would stop chains do, thus gaining aa equal one who flits to and fro. from from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa-
advantage front the national advertising village to city it sometimes seems about as much personality and individuality per rolls upon which you add up to see
here than have been doing in the
so past. and promotion effort and that they are legion in the city as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone-

1 0 at the sane time holding their own who would! be content with almost! Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did-
MORE EMPLOYED OR FEWER ROADS 'on a "competitive basis. I any kind of'government or society, n't have to pay the ones they send you.

Senator Peter Kendrick of St. Augustine will introduce a All Florida I Ls indebted to the be it fascist! jingo or Jungleite, if

bill in the next legislature proposing to do away with convict Chains National and Association to the 37,000 merchants of Food they Rural could America see another does not' doUar run In it.so STATEMENTS -

labor on the highways in our state. His idea is that it who comprise its membership much to riches nor "Isms". With Some business houses stopped sending SECOND SHEETS

will increase employment by offering jobs to private labor.. should be equally grateful to the It human rights prevail and the' these out during: the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when

If such a bill were passed it would mean a lot of idle con> Florida Chain operator and citrus Church still the school and the home time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, 'but if you do
leader whose tireless effort predominate In the Infinite
vfcta-in our state prison, and idleness usually breeds no good. succeeded .la bringing all interests has sckene of tblo&s.Furtllermore expect a fair return on your investment ina need the best we can furnish watermarkedbond

Aside from this, such a law might not mean more employmentfor together and making this great na. the village sees it.self three cent stamp. We have a very spe in all sizes-even that extra' long legal -

private labor, but might mean fewer roads for Florida. ttonai campaign possible. and the city more clearly. I cial price on statements. size that you can never borrow from:
think, than the your friends. Also that thin onion skin
city sees either.
Convict labor is cheap and is a resource that might as well be From the for making copies.
vantage point of the
put to use by the state. If the road department were forced If Warmth ContinuesOf crossroads one sees both the city's

I to hire more expensive labor, it stands to reason that they course there Is'always an IF clean whitewaya and the squalorof CARDS

could not build as many roads, or keep the ones we already -but if cold weather continues to bred its critic! slums looks So to the often the city For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS
t ; have in such pass us up Bradford country and
good County
repair.A .
sees only a lane Either printed, engraved or embossed.Too .
should begin to see heavy straw muddy a pigsty Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds of
o berry picking In about two weeks, or does a pile of stable m'inure. He many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can

GOOD TiliNG ALWAYS IMITATED it was estimated by growers and suns,not its fields see Its rising and setting here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There

Anything good that comes along will inevitably be followed shippers this week. Three more harvest, nor does rich he In catch their the golden reasonable. must be other things that escape us just
r lot weeks of warm weather will bring spir now, but ask.I.EGAL
by a of poor imitations. it of its neighborliness nd you can .
on carload its un-
shipments, it Is said
) A few weeks ago a new magazine "Life" made its appearance Plants were small up until a short derstanding.

after baying the title to the old outmoded joke mag- time ago, but have shown steady He could not comprehend a log- WEDDING INVITATIONSThe

azine. It was a beautiful job, with high-class photographs 'growth under the recent. favorable: and rolling he or a grave-yard cleaning BLANKS
weather conditions. might think there was folder type in white or the new
'i printed on a good grade of slick good in fact that Most patchesare something Don't bum
paper-so now white witft bloom. wrong with people who ivory color. If you must economize on this your legal blanks-buy them
t many people wondered how it could be printed for ten cents got together and rebuilt. and refurnished Item we have a line that looks like from us. We have everything you'll need
engraving
Ii, a a neighbor's house that whether you're buying a cow or mortgaging -
copy.Now Wins Cotton PrizeCarl i was destrsyed by fire. feels like engraving, but doesn't cost your home. Our blanks will do
comes another picture magazine just the everything
opposite Along with like engraving
their spirit of coop i but the mortgage.
f of everything that "Life" brought. Cheap, sensational picture Milliard, of Lawtey tied for !eration I also think that the spirit pay
e of hermaphrodites, and of inmates In Japanese housesof third place In the contest conducted : of freedom and Independence I
this season for the Get 29 On The Please
best bale of nourishes better Telephone James
of ill fame and others of this ilk where the open ,
made its
up contents.. hands I cotton In this section of the state. spaces and the stars know
D It is safe to say that "Life" will not suffer at the He received a check for slightly '.walls nor traffic Jams What neither I

1' {it of iU competitor unless some readers become confused by the I more than $e. The winner of first I ged individualism there is left rug In Bradford

< names of the two, which are very similar. I It learned and second here prize this week.had not been earth.America has Its roots in the good I County Telegraph







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