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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 29, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SAD WEATHER SAY, THAT'S GOOD, BUT DID YOU HEAR.THE ON7. ABOUT--- 24MORE MEN TO SENIOR BE DIRECTED PLAY BY BOB i BRADFORD AIDS

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HALTS EARLY ADDED TO FLOOD VICTIMS

The senior class of the Bradford

.BERRY ROAD PROJECT County High School will prevent \WITH FUND
SEASON their annual pixy, this time "The

Talk of the Town next Friday

i night at eight o'clock In the high

first Car Rolled From Means An Increase of school auditorium Stump Itelieves S300

Laic ley Wednesday $,>()() In Monthly throe"The,act Talk comedv-faice.Of The Town Is being," a Quota 1 Will{ lie

Morning 9 t V Payroll enacted 1 by members of the senior Reached
t ,t class under direction of Bob Dem-

HALF OF PRESENT CROP ItKIlllY SEASON TAKES ore t, Jr, well known actor and ill- THOUSANDS 11011 KLESS
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MAY R 0 T IN FIELDSCold rI _h l \\OIIKERS FROM KIMJKFtt lector AS KIVIIU HUNS WILD
r1 The story centers about a run-
M'L
r was learned this week that around husband and his sophisticated Confidence that Bradford Coun.
weather, rain and fog step-
ped in this wek to haltaa., least 4Lb1Lk ; twenty-four additional men will be wife their Jiwt-out-of-college ty would exceed Its $300 flood relief -
temporarily: Bradford County'searly Hided' to the roster-of the local W. daughter anti her two Huitors quota was expressed yesterday

strawberry season; not, how. P A office here. What happens when a famous by F F. Stump disaster chairman

ever, until after the first carload The men will begin work next movie .star and her manager comesto of the Bradford County Red Croat

<- fruit had been shipped from week on project 4-1833: building town will give you quite a night Chapter $235 had been raised by

Lwtey early Wednesday morning. mil repairing' farm market roadsn of enteitainment personal solicitation up to Wednesday -
||Heavy rainfall and continued Bradford County. The project -- -- --- afternoon, it was said which

'cloudiness: is expected to take a toll will be under the management' of amount was forwarded to national
of about half of the present crop In Superintendent J. A. <(< Ray) Col- MASS MEETINGCalled headquarters for use in the flooded

rotten fruit, and a period of ten e. lev areas

days or two weeks must pass before I These additional Jobs will put Saturday Mr, Stump praised the ready responae -

heavy shipments get underway into dilution more than five with which Bradford: COUIIlun. \-

| again. hundred extra dollars per month In .. have come to the aid of victims -

rowers here do not believe the county Warm weather and FOR FARMERS of the worst flood in ihe history
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have of the middle west The Ohio
ere is any immediate danger cf a the early strawberry crop
freeze In this section, stating that t I .:aused quite 1tew men lo stop River Is on arampage leaving '750.-

tha vast areas of water in the work on government project In WILL DISCUSS! NEW PRO- 000 people hnm leRR. 137 known

flooded sections would moderateany inler to harvest their fruit but the (iUAM AND) SEA; I ISLAND dead 1, and causing damage estimated
cold wave that started this Drat freeze Is expected lo' bring COTTON at more than 300000000. It
way them running brick W P A. officials Is expected that the Mississippi

Since Thursday of last week That must have been a mighty funny! story that Anna Canova told Governor Cone lor< vice versa! ) I said County Agent T K, McClane, Hlver will begin rising within the
t about 2,000 crates of berries have when they met at the Inauguration of President Roosevelt In Washington Or maybe their expres I ._.. .Ir, Is calling n county-wide' meeting next week or ten days to unprece
,"J' been shipped from Starke mostly alone Indicate the way two Florida crackers feel wh n they meet on foreign soil Anna Is the piano- GIANTPLANE of farmers At the court house dented heights and Army officials
i by truck. They brought growersan playing member of the Canova family, now heard regularly on Shep Fields program every Sunday I Saturday!'! morning at 9:30: o'clockto have ordered evacuation of all
average of about seven and a night. The Canovas are former residents of Starke, where Anna. Judy and Leo <( one time or another. This picture might Indicate that the Telegraph had Its own candid cameramanat side of It from Cairo 111.. to New
half cents a pint, or a return -
gross program.
of around $5,400. the inauguration, but such Is not the case. It comes to us through the courtesy of the Palatka Dally I STUNT FLYERS WILL HAVE Orleans.
News. ,{ Immediately following this
,The car shipped from Lawtey VARIED PROGRAM AT meeting. there. will.. .._ hn n_ ilUnmainn. All towns In the county will be
'. contained 21,492 pints, considerable AIRPORTNationally I of Sea Island cotton and boll- solicited for funds Mr. Stump said,

I.,, more than the usual load of MUST HAVE NEW known aviator, one weevil control. stating that $-13 was contributedby

\:'+37,280: pints. Heavy shipments by TAGS TUESDAYNO Jl WHAT DO YOU THINK? l] of the beat known parachute jumpers State and Federal workers will Lawtey citizens within a very
,truck i/) have also been made from a giant Trl-Motor $62.50000plane be here to discuss these subjects short time Tuesday J. L. Harrell.
ithla who $10, was the Individual
point. gave largest -
' ARRESTS WILL BE MADE 1 i a specially built stunt planeare and the agent urges all farmers
,jpp Plant City Going Strong FOR OLD LICENSES UNTIL contributor. It Is not necessary
coming to the Staike Airport who can to be
K,'fjsSf Government reports show that FEBRUARY Our question this week may present 'Jerry Carter rides present. however, to wait to be ask
i for one day, next Wednesday, February _--6 __
" Plant had but ed for funds, he said, as for
. City twenty-two cars stem rather frivolous the reason again'I" 3. The giant trl-molor planeIs money
.'oat' Tuesday and thirty-seven out Governor Cone said this week for using It is to determine AIRS. MARCUS BROWN assist seventy-two feet wide, weighs Says Accident Worst relief may be left at Stump's Store

:Monday of this week. The total that he would wait Until February peoples' reactions to the peculiar ant In a law office, gives an an- 10,100 pounds, files fourteen pas F., S Matthews, of Starke, and Mitchell's Drug Store, the Canova
from Florida to date la 408 cars 2 before ordering arrests of per- positions and situations that per- swer that hi especially unprejudiced sengers and operates both day and veteran member of the State Rail- Pharmacy or the Bank of Starke.

a*compared with seventy-seven sons operating automobiles with sons of high prestige and notoriety as well as unselfish. "They night. The aviators carry their own road Commission, said that the bus Mrs N. D. Wainwright, chair-

t 'cars up to this time last year. 1936 license plates. Previously he frequently find themselves In. If should be left alone to determine lights and the airport will be lighted accident near Miami Monday which man of the Bradford County chap
,ji $Plant City has sent away a total extended to Feb. 1 the time to ob- you will but examine these answers their owjPrtlure and should not for night flying The planes took a toll of seventeen lives "Is ter, yesterday urged the utmost

;. of[5,333,992 pints for which growers tain 1937 plates. He explained his closely, you can tell by the attitudeof be further subjected to unneces- are coming here from Bunnell and' the greatest disaster to my knowl- possible generosity on the part ofperHo'us

'. have received an estimated return order meant that new tags couldbe the reply the feeling and belief sary publicity" a party of eight local people head- i edge In Florida transportation his contributing to the relief

of $529,132.58.I obtained Feb. 1, because Jan. 31 of the person answering the question f. B. CARLISLE, hardware :etallei ed by J. B. Alexander and J.V.. tory" The people were drowned fund. She received the following

:" falls on Sunday. New tags must be toward the solution or outcome believes that It Is "all rightto Andrews, Jr, will meet them there when the big bus overturned and' tt.'legrsDWellneldlty from national -

: Accident At LawteyThere displayed on all automobiles oper- arrived at by the personalities Invite them. I like to see Wednesday morning and fly hereas went Into the canal along the headquarters:
ated Feb. 2 and afterwards State
under observation.Our with such a record come
anyone the guests of the aviators. Tamlaml Trail. "If any ever ex- Flood suffering has already
was a minor accident law fixes the deadline at Jan. 15. to Florida but I wouldn t
question this week Is: "What give reeded It reached !
that was unprecedented proportions
[about In front ofItarley's The aviators Include J. O Dock- many years
noon Wednesday but It gives the Governor "
authorityto
do you think of Jerry Carter's suggestion five cents to get them here. ago," Mr. Matthews said "Cer- with relief nerds steadily mount-
of the world's record
service station In Lawtey extend the time as much asthlity ery, holder
that and :MKS. A. KERN, bakery manager
Iwhen Wally Simpson Glenn tainly we have hud no such toll In ing. Under these conditions impossible -
the owned C. Dinkins for dead stick landings
car by days. Governor Cone said
ex-King Edward be invited to make considers the ethics of such an "
the last The final for
stunt I forty years nearestthing 1 now name goal
collided with three Itoffmnn, ,
spectacular pilot
a car containing he would not extend It beyond the their' home in Florida and that a invitation when she says "that and the Art to this disaster! he said, was funds only limit Red Cross assistance
Is
route to New
parachute jumper
persons en Jersey
fifteen days already granted public subscription should be solicited they should not be Invited anymore the school bus-railroad train collision must be maximum' generosity>
; ; and Massachusetts. The cars did Sowell who makes long delay parachute -
to give them an appropriate than Florida invites any at Crescent In 1935 In American :
City people. Every possible
and
. 'not overturn and only minor cuts jumps, spot landings,
wedding\ gift?" Jerry Carter is a one else as it would be obvious which eleven school children member National Red Cross staff
< flour Sowell will make were
bruises No rain has fallen in
and received one
were by the I twentyoneyears jumps
member of the Florida railroad that the state: was seeking pub- killed. to field for relief
I now assigned!
feocupants in Assuan of his death Into
of the vehicles. Egypt. I defying! leaps
commission and former candidatefor licity"
while here with both Dock- --o duly! I call upon all chapters to
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governor. :AiKItliHX EDWARDS, salesman I Hoffman Work fencing Project assume full Initiative their respective
and on
! for well known chain store believes ery demonstrating
a -
BE SURE YOU HAVE COMPANY and mobilize
[ Here are a selected few of the their ability as stunt pilots on the Jurisdictions every
the.Idea be excellent Several livestock
to an interested men
BEFORE READING THIS DOG STORY most interesting and true-to-life I specially' constructed stunt plane. community resource of personnel
"And he |
answers:: ont adds "they were connecting barbed wire with and organization to rals
-- should be married In Florida, '! No admission charge will be the cattlegap on Road 13 near the promptly largest possible amount.

By H. E LAGERGREN In and eat, but she would give no BILLY GRAHAM clothing store too" ;i made to the field and the general northern limits of town Wednesday Report daily amount raised. For
account of herself. Her salesman, declares: "It would be public Is cordially Invited to come The fencing project Is now
MISS
[The weird Incident waisometimes presence MAXIMS NOICGKL, saleslady I your Information In view present
following, In the long recounted being uncanny and not relished, good to get them here as Florida in the local ten cent store, ,| out and Inspect the planes, watch almost complete with the exception known needs your goal should not
ago It a tourist state and It wouldbe the stunts and! both and.
at the country firesides, the was soon shown Into a shed informs us that In her opinion flights day of railroad gaps which have not be less than five times quota originally

,but just where it took place could room where a pallet to sleep on an. Inducement to other tourIsts "it's all right to Invite them to I I night. I yet been. Installed. assigned you
was made of moss and sacking. Florida, but why should we take .-
be ascertained by the writer, Cary T. Cr yson,
,\knot Sometime the the MR. AND MRS.! J. MORGAN! I Assistant
during Wainwright
[except that it was In Bradford night up a collection to buy them a | Dr. Coffee Dies chairman.The .
farmer and his awak- merchants, tell us that It wouldbe
County (which at that time also family were wedding present? They're not I i W M Wainwright former resident Friends here of Dr J. H. Coffee original quota. was set at.
ened by a hideous tumult from the "perfect all right to Invite going to take up a collection to
included Union county). of Starke and recently con- will regret to learn of hla death $60.
building where the dogs were confined them ht.'re--we"IJ be glad to have i buy me a wedding gift when I I
_ One evening, after supper, a I nected with the Federal Housing Tuesday at his home In Arcadia. -- ;...-- -
/ ?. .. The head of the house, angry them--BUT, let Jerry buy the,r get married!" I
t [well-to-do farmer and his family over the disturbance, went Administration In Jacksonville, has Funeral services were held wed-I ty of our aoU/but. It's a crop ww
were sitting by the hearth fire. All been appointed assistant state auditor nesday morning In can't take much pride In.
shed to tell the
Into the
:114 once their dogs began to bark woman to go and room quiet her dogs Lake House BurnsThe STARKE BOY SAFE I by Governor Fred Cone' it _____u--__. __ .-. ...

pbrtoualy and they were answered but she was not there. The racket KIngsley Lake summer residence IN FLOOD.ZONE was announced this week. Ills first BIRTHDAY BALL TO BE GALA EVENTAT
of number job In his new position was to
'tV the barking a large
diminished little by little until at of H. H. Elerbee of Jackson I I
t.'Clf, strange dogs The farmer grab- last, there were only howls as from ville burned to the ground last check accounts of the state beverage CLUB HOUSE SATURDAY NIGHT
'f tied his gun and ran out to see In torches Tuesday The attractive Tuesday morning Col. and Mrs department. Governor Cone
morning
dogs pain. Lighted by : --
RTrust D. E. Knight received the following said the report showed that
? (\be
melee followed
caused the by ,
" and armed with guns the male two-story nicely furnished home There will be many a pair of will go to dance, some to listen to
message from their son Paul former director of the department
Ills two grown sons each armed members of the went to investigate the red for miles the Woman's Club them
family painted sky swinging feet at uslcv some to look some to
who !. student In Cln-
f Knight < 'a bought enough revenue stamps to
and
pith a cow-whip, a younger A revolting sight and a round from about two until four Saturday night when Walter hear the latest gossip, and some to
cinnitl, Ohio, the heart of the flood fill normal requirements for the
son hastily made and lighted a nauseating stench met them. Moat t'clock as It burned. The cause Barnes, genial negro orchestra see what their neighbor! are wear
torch of fat pine and joined them. of the dogs were lying dead, torn of the fire Is not known althoughMr district: next five years. "I don't know leader from Chicago, brings his ing. All, however, will be anxious _
1 They were startled to see a worn- to pieces; only a few of the largestones Elerbee had been In the house "Srhdol closed for a week on account what we can do about ItCone to aid In the fight against Infantile

|surrounded by fifteen or more were still alive, writhing and the preceeding afternoon. The of flood No lights water or said "But I want the people" to paralysis, which Is the purpose the

large, gaunt and ferocious dogs howling In"pain. They were shot burning building fortunately did no food School recommended we know what the report shows.Sell P funds will] be used for It Is said

[:The men laid about them with to death, after which the men damage to the building located on leave city. Am going to )Midland 'I --.-- that more than 300,000 victims lathe

their whips, and after the dogs gingerly stepped In on the blood- either side-the T. S. Williams and Michigan for a week. More Pecans United States continue to need

[were scattered, the farmer asked overed floor, to look around. the Moore property. Paul Knight Through the efforts of the coun- the assistance of their fellow citizens

the woman what she meant by There they found the woman dead. Many friend here have enquired ty agent and C. H. Nasworthy, a k.L In rehabilitating themselvesas
[coming that way with a lot of half eaten by the dogs. During the 4-H Club MeetingsMembers about Paul's safety and will be pecan sale was held Thursday of" useful members of the community

.starved dogs, who were liable to light she had, probably, gone to glad to know that he Is out of the last week at the marketing shed __ This year seventy cents outof

".. [kill and eat his young stock. !lee how her "children' were getting ized 4-H Clubs of the in Bradford recently organ- danger zone. near the railway station In this each dollar will be used for the

he woman was white, but sosuntanned along, and they, frantic from County ..- final clean-up, 4068 pounds of nuts benefit of sufferers In the loca'l!
till she, with her long had attacked her then ire reminded that the February where the
lunger, were sold bringing a total of ty money Is collected.
meetings will be as follows: Hamp- fling Crosby Film Here _J
black hair black and
themselves for the Bradford
, eyes queer ought among 31000. This represented an average County's two previous
,garb, looked more like an Indiar neal. :on. 8:30: a. m.. Monday. February "Pennies From Heaven, the price of about eight cents a Birthday Balls have been big successes -

. 'lttiaw.. She replied, without apologizing The county authorities were no- I; Brooker. 10:30( a. m.. Monday newest Bing Crosby movie which pound, which was better thin the under the direction of N.

or that she had come to stay 'fled an Inquest held and the man- February 1; Starke, 2:00 p. m also features! Frances Langford. !growers expected. Thin will be the 1 t Hternberg, but never before have

' tbere over night and that the dog fled remains of the unfortunate Monday, February) 1; Lawtey, 2:00: will be shown here Sunday and last' cooperative sale held this season merrymakers here had the orpor-

were her children and should be woman burled. But the building 1'. m., Tuesday February 2. The Monday at the Ritz Theatre. Tues- unless the supply and demand -j tunlty to dance to such famous m'l.Ic -

ftrfl. It was easy to see that she with Its gory contents was set county 'agent asks that all members day and Wednesday "Walking on I changes, the agent said. Pecans as will be heard Saturday night.

!was demented, and the spirit of fire and burned to the 'ground be present and bring a prospective Air." with Gene Raymond and! Ann sold last week were bought by the s 'arne<< halt one df the most famous _

.hospitality prevailing, did not allow Yet It was said that"even this act member Southern, will occupy the screen Georgia Pecan Co., of Way cross. negro orchestras touring the
II the farmer to turn her away. was! not sufficient to erase from CorrectionAn + Next Thursday and Friday, "Stow- South in the winter months.

[He, owning a cotton ginnery, had a the family the painful of "
memory i 1W8V Shirley Temple's latest, will TillsJuck On RoadShorty Advance sale of tickets Indicate
[small| building for the storing of the Incident, the gruesome details announcement from the office be shown. the
;cotton seed, now empty He told of which never left their minds'eyes of superintendent of public Instruction .m____ _. .__ Gay, local Times-Union WALTER BARNES largest attendance ever gathered
(\\be woman to get her dogs Into but that the farmer was this week stated that the representative, reports that he at a ball here Mr Sternbery

the building; they were given driven to build a new habitationon coat of the new furniture was over Births tilled a wild duck with his automobile thirteen-piece band here to play said this week. Admission will b.

e f some scraps of food, after which another part of his holdings, estimated in last week's Telegraph Mr and Mrs J. B. Russ, Eiook- on the highway between 'or the Pte l
f,'J,the door was shut and secured with out of sight of the objects associ- tt was said that the figure should !r, boy, Jan. 25. tarke and Lake Butler This U tggc-it; : : party of the year In Bradford for unaccompanied ladlei Pane-

:,': hasp and staple fastening. The ated with the horrible scenes above have been only about half of the Mr and Mrs Melvin Futch, Law- in unusual Incident as wild ducksare County Ing will begin promptly i.t nine:

c woman was then invited to come related. quoted price. tey, girl. Jan. 25. seldom found on the road Everybody will be tbre. Some o'clock.Lrnzntg .








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TWO BRADFORD TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY.JANl'AR\
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'I' I I lUG FIRE IN O.IINESS'ILLEGAINESVILLE BROOKER I Not until 1910, w > -

r. I Four men were Miss Vera Guiney, Correspondent I biles became speed ,

overcome by ammonia fumes and I I LetleeBOX] warrant the Installatiu .
i rt : 15.000: damage was done when Book Review Mr. and Mrs. .1/. B. Russ are the' [ shields as standard ql"I', '" '.

STATE NEWSNews I flames swept the W S. Daniel proud parents of a baby girl born Iii windshields come into c. ,, :: '..
mi-at packing plant here. Volunticrs Monday January 21. I I, .y
assisted regular firemen I In The Rev. G. E. McGauley held : --. ___
of Florida in Short Paragraphs I M-pinff the flames from spreading church services at North Pleasant I Miami, Fla. FATHER OF 23ISI lill.D,

I J i Some of the 60.000 pounds of pork I "THE GOLD CIIXSE" Grove Sunday. Dear Editor: WAUCHULAThe but t \t.a.

t I and beef In the burned building This romance In the orthodox Miss Vera Gainey spent last Have been reading the Telegraph twenty-third child a gm In
was cooked but much was saved. week-end In Graham as guest of since I have been big enough to his third wife *
... w --- --- -- I Chambers style relates the per- gave J. n
gtUCOt
Mrs. L. D. Johns.
read and have it
-- enjoyed
sonal dilemmas of several charac- very a chance to celebrate
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MOrilKIl AT THIRTEEN AITO DEATHS< 697 SUFOOD 1\7: GOOl'stST. ters thrown togethMf by their love Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of much but since I have been In MI- s; \ mw>

t, PANACEA Mra Allen Walker TALLAHASSEE..-Florida's safety AUGUSTINE--With the recently of adventure who range from an Lacoochee spent last weekendhere ami I have enjoyed it more than of the children are living TIo!> hf

I thirteen-year old wife of a road department record for the year 1936 shows opened $25.000 canning fac heiress and a scientist to a band of as guests of their parents, ever. It seems that it always has i ty year old Hardee Count moo

I employee Is proud of the a total of 594 fatalities- reduction tory of the Florida Shrimp Com thieves. The plot is wellconstructed Mrs. John Cone and Mr. and Mrs.E. just what I want to read about. I is the father of only one s."t t t"

health of her month-old sen "He of three as compared to 597 pany preparing packaged and bottled and the elements of huspenseand M. Hazen.: Inclosed you will find a money order twins

hasn't been sick at all." she said during 1933.::; "I believe" stated seafood for shipment to all I surprise are adroitly handled. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and for 75 cents. Please send me

"You can see how fat and healthyhe Safety Director Frank "that the parts of the United States comes Louis Aulone a student of De baby of Jacksonville spent Sunday six months of news.

Is. He doers t cry much." driving public la Florida is becom- the announcement this week thata Soto's adventures learns of a here as guests of her parents, Mr. From a Bradford County boy.

-. !safety-minded; and when yo a $43,000: shrimp freezing plant I Is mound in Tennessee which holds an and Mrs. L. R. Gainey Gordon Weest,

MEADS AI'TO OWNERSHIP; realize that there was an Increaseof to be constructed within the next Important secret In Its depths. He Miss Mary Mott spent part of Jackson Memorial Hospital THROAT SORE!
last week at
Hague Station as
45.000 motor vehicle registrations tew weeks the San Sebastian
NEW YORKMiami: with one on n finds the place and discovers a map Miami, Fla.
guest of her brother, Warner Mott. I,
and an Increase of more river in West
Augustine.
motor vehicle for every 2.6 resI- indicating a spot in Florida wherea .
dents leads the cities of the coun- 30,000,000 gallons of gasoline during treasure of Spanish gold lies hid- [.l 1
We are glad to report that our llAl'PTONIUI. with COLD ?
1936 of whatIt
picture POLICE All GROWERS
try In ratio of automobiles to population you get a den. He is shot from ambush and
W. M. U. here Is growing. We met
.' according to a survey Issued means to show any decrease MIAMIA roundup of Idle ne Invalided for life. Just before his Ada M.imr., Correspondent Ii
Wednesday afternoon the homeof ,
at
the Automobile Club of Florida is one of the few states of was ordered Police ChiefJ. death he tells his of the
by groes by niece map, A will t'glven; the
Mrs. Wilson.
There were two play by
the nation to show a reduction in l
' New York. B. Rowland after South Florida but urges her to make no use of
I traffic fatalities." new members added, making a to- members of the Christian Church "
:
_A ______. found
growers difficulty In securing the information it holds
, tal of twenty-two In all, of which next Sunday night January 31, at
HAZAKDOfS; ROAD enough labor to harvest the The urge of her ea-golng ances seventeen were present After the the evening service '
'. 'CRACKERS! SCARE !:\'EMMELBOURNE
WEST PALM BEACH-The ha- ripening tomato crop. The FlorIda
is for her after heruncle's
too
try strong ; program was finished Mrs. Wilson Mrs. M. Walters, and her daughter -
zardous stretch of road near here A of Chi State Re-employment Servicenotified
-- pack
death determines to
alb! stated that next Wednesday at Mrs. J. I Nimmo, of i
: which last year killed fifteen per nese firecrackers exploded unexpectedly Rowland Negroes refusedto }
embark of herd
an adventure,
upon two o'clock there would be a mis- ton, D. C., who have
sons, claimed Ed Finney, 35, ofI' work for the SI.SO '
as three gasoline thieves dally an own. From this point the story WaShing-I
sion study at the church and that of Mr. J. W. and Ada
Winter Haven as its first victim of attempted to drain the tank of a transportation offered. Rowland grows in interest and develops a Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. A. L. Crews turned to their homes

1937. Finney s car overturnedinto parked automobile In Eau Galliclate said vagrancy charges would be climax in keeping with the theme. from Raiford would be here as 5

I' the canal which parallels the Saturday night. Dean T. lorlo, placed against Idlers. The book may be found at the I leaders. A special request was Louie Dempsey, of Alachua
road and drowned. County was the guest of W. M.
curving was president of the lorto Fireworks public library here
made for all
members to
be
___ ---. Company of Ftemington, N. J., NINE COUNTIES PATROL, -Miss Florence Wood. ent. Mrs. Paul Stuart was elected pres Blrt, last Sunday.Mrs. .
SOUTH FI..ORIICANL was seated in his truck when he TALLAHASSEE-Plans of nine Ella Hartline was transact- !
leader of the Sunbeam Class. There Quick
f; JACKSONVILLE Proposals observed a sedan drive up. Three Florida counties to establish theirown NEED OF SCHOOL BUILDING was a collection of $5.45 which the ing business in Starke last Satur-
for a sea-level barge canal from whose day.
men, actions
Impressed traffic
patrols were revealed
W. M. U. will give for the
Fort Pierce to the Manatee River lorlo This city will be fortunate If the repairof
as suspicious left the sedan here. Chief H. N. Kirkman of the the church. Mrs. Wilson and Garble with Genuine
t were rejected by the board of army and attempted to open three parked state road patrol ordered abolished school officials are able to carry Mrs. Paul Stuart served and Venezuela consists of 20 states,

: engineers at Washington as unjustified autos. Failing they began to Jan. 31 said St. Lucie, Nassau, their plans for a new school build- cookies to those punch The two territories, and a federal< district Bayer Aspirin .
a: In value to the public. No drain the tank of a sedan owned Bay, Citrus Leon, Marlon Hernan- ing to a successful conclusion. present. and has a population estimated -
meeting adjourned with Mrs.
survey to estimate the cost had by Edward Ryan. lorlo, who trav Jo, Madison and Brevard Counties Anyone who saw the happy throng Tip- at 3000000. For the most amazing relief from son 1
ton in
been prepared the engineers' office els with a complete stock of fireworks had asked the state to lend them of children at the Bradford County charge. throat due to colds, do this Crush*!

said. The canal was designed decided he would frightenthe equipment to be discarded by his High School last Friday can realize Vivian Parker and dissolve three genuine Bjya

g chiefly to accommodate pleasure thieves. He lighted a pack of patrolmen. When the service was our great need for additional housIng Publicity Reporter.A ,HE WAS Then Aspirin gargle tablets with ini this glass, bolilmii of water tlw|.:

\ craft. giant firecrackers and tossed them rered abolished Chairman Hale facilities If we are to do Justice 'FRANTIC WITH head well back. This puts I the Mjuth- >
. .-.- ut of his truck. The thieves, who i tha state road department said to those who attend the local large crowd from here attended ing analgesic medicine of genus:

Kentucky officials say 446 insurance yelled "Machine gun!" ran to their ;iovernor Cone had approved the schools from all over the county. the field day program at IVE TRIED EVERYTHINO BUTS Mayer Aspirin in direct conl i> I eItt

companies are licensed In sedan and, joining two women lending I I idea.DIVORCE. The help that is being given local Bradford County High School Friday NOTHING SEEMS TO HELP the sore, irritated mcmbrnm >d f yaw')
that state headed north. I units by the WPA Is described In We feel proud of the good I THIS TERRIBLE ITCHTHERE'S / throat. Thus rawness and p,mi an 3

-.. i TRADE BOOMS the November issue of the School standing our contestants made and I r cased almost instantly and ym hmijl
Executive. congratulate the pupils A'NEW wonderful comfort You'll say il'sthi '
PREPARATioN nt
I JACKSONVILLE-Florlda's invitation and parents in the teachers'j I THAT IS WONDERFUL RYKO most marvelous way to relies c a son j
I to spend ninety days in More projects for educational good spirit with which our of FOR PARASITIC ITCH throat you ever found. And >oui'
1 A I the sunshine while waiting for a I buildings have been selected for the was carried part '1f TRY IT I r doctor, we are sure, will approve it''
program out.
divorce is finding plenty of takers. operation by the Works Progress Some of the j LATER Get the real BAYER Aspirin it you
farmers here have
More than 6,000 decrees Administration than any other druggist's by asking for it b> its lul!
THAT RVKO
were begun IS CERTAINLY
gathering strawberries I A
granted In 1936, first full year the I classification on its list with the I hope the good weather continuesand I WONDER, DOC. IT FIXED alone.name -not by the nameloon'

brief residence requirement was in exception of the farm-to-market that they can realize a profit MY ITCH ALL RIGHT

force, compared to 4,842 In 1934& and other secondary roads, according -I from this crop.TOUNSEXDITES. '
when a husband or wife was required to the Division of Researchand ( For tree pample

to live in the state a year I Statistics of the WPA. NOTICE ?\
I II before filing suit. The 1935 There are many reasons for this RYKO
II figure
I I -,167'-showed a definite trend popularity of school building and Two very urgent matters of bus.Iness R Cl t Atlanta,Ca.
I
upward although the law was not repairing Few will dispute the will come before us at the For Itch ( cabi.s). ringworm ethtet.'e
J I changed until early summer. Cir axiom that money spent on schools regular meeting of the Townsend ', fool and other parasitic akin trritotloni 15L
Club next Monday Feb 1 uk your druqqlit for RYKO. A DOZEN
evening, Quick r.lioj
R cuit courts in resort Is an investment. Public-spirited
1 centers bore In the court house. Be to be or your money back RYKO .old in- 2 PULL DOZEN FOR 2M
the brunt of the increase, but the citizens were delighted to have the there. sure RYKO sold In Starke By
Id A 4e change was general.DNUEIXOME opportunity to improve school facilities Brown's Pharmacy and good drug Virtually Ic a Tablet

that had been:. sadly ne Ernest Thornquest, Sec. stores everywhere

i : WARMTH glected during the years of the de-

JACKSONVILLE The threatof pression.

DS11f serious damage to fruit and Officials of local communities,

i truck if temperatures in Florida seeking worthy work projects on

take a nosedive from unseasonably which unemployed men might be

high figures of almost a month's put to work quickly so that the IAVv le.

R Co ')'Botae McCAII'SP duration has begun to dampen enthusiasm : community would be relieved of : .
R I that resulted from the their support, found it less diffi-

S I promise of bountiful crops. The cut to raise money and materialsand
Story PiCtorial TTERcMESer { I
iew SNi owners of vast citrus holdings in' supplies for this class of work CRO

,,d .+ (I I.. FARM South and Central Florida are than almost any other. Also the

r JOUFNALr shaking their heads, a little worried type of labor required was usually j

t ,r as day after day finds no mildly available in the vicinity.

cool wave approaching to moderate Federal help Is needed because

Yr. a the premature budding of local communities have been unable -

I .. 4PPUfry! their trees. Every Important loss to pay for the proper upkeepsof .
(I l loot NaeN end D"a B Mati Q Cou.ry! Na ae. aeries aama I yA of Florida fruit from cold has come the schools and certainly had
d II I B.uv e Mw 0 r 1
Ha.ld y. Immediately after not been able to build new ones
r.
Chd'taaf -1 Nr Q CmIN.J unp/ I just such a balmy .... "
0 Y. such as is needed here in Bradford
Vr' summery season as the entire -
f3
Flu eideS 1 .I "
nay Yr
0
0 11.1N'r.IM state and its tourist County. The population here has
; ci McWlt'rrlrtu' Nor,,, -- i population -
t Matlan Brte' 2' Ill aYr. : have enjoyed since late December grown rapidly but at a slower rate
R ot, ( 01 A H ----y : than: the school attendance.The .
a OPM N1 M,1a1 6 Ma Q l.yaya'd sah.n/ar/ .1 Yn average county in the coun-

0 pranlsaMN't1; Vr. -1 : 1 Y. RISKS LIFE IN PLANE try has averaged two such proJ- j jI
II'j { U M1
Pd :.,IA t Yh 0 reafry 504 : : I YR PENSACOLA-A movement was ects the total coat being nearly Ifs lT lj I
o not.n't i v Q ; Malfhry-ti started to obtain a Carnegie hero sixty million dollars. The sponsors \
paw
i
tl
O M I.a11rM -t Yf Yt.- Q 4'a ,,,; ? y medal for James Diamond, 22, who have paid, on the average twenty- II IJ I

I 0 ;ltd/ kb.ipy : : J"".;- saved the lives of six persons in a eight percent of this total. The II I I

QO Trw' --- I yyi disabled plane by hanging head average coat of each project la I
downward to repair a folded landIng about ten thousand dollars. Other

wheel while two companions Florida communities, large and
J i g. R held his ankles. A newspaper wir small have had this aid to Its

ores era t ed the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission school houses. I
, orra .o. i la Pittsburgh The fact that the works program
AU notifying !It
MM.
i Tan ...._. 1 T" r o.lr We 1r.wrpop.t, > T"-( la Anat or3i of the "deed of heroism" performed has enabled school officials

I 6 ::.-= B }$2.10 :::= A } by Diamond at the risk of his to so some long-range planning
$2.40 life on his first Airplane night not only to/nake up for the lack of J

I, The newspaper also cited A. A. and building during the depression but '
110. Orra _0. 4 L. A. McArthur, two other also to anticipate the needs for I
ul passengers
1'W. ...._. 'I". All r... !We -_. | 1'A.> M, in the commercial sightseeing school equipment In years to come, CROWN I

li ; 2 J==SS A } 1'OIo1r 2 **MBOiM- f Jk I r.> O-lr plane, who held Diamond's legs has been a source of great satisfaction GASOLINE isq

I 1 ks=: B 2.25 3'SSSSB' f'2-80 during his six attempts before he to them generally.The .
I finally pulled the wheel Into place Bradford County project bas

I l lJ during nearly two hours of circling the support of Its leading citizensfor ?
N over nearby landing fields. the most part. The Woman's 'Il jt 449 efj

I i 1 Aretaa "w _. .. p." M.d..e lr..aole a ......... ioU Club is also lending its active sup \ -nw/G'z-/
, A.rlew. 1'..... are.... 1.71 Mara ..-. '_'_ LOO'i CONE CONTINUES CUTS port to this worthy project. School
i''i Am.A.aa M......... '_ ... Opp lad .... ...... yve.,,_ 1.00
...... TALLAHASSEE-Sweeping officials are working tirelessly tot
mama sad Gmdw_ '.00 Oppaela.iry Magda. L00e..d.r. reductions I
..... ara Par a... Meead.. .... In employee personnel see a successful conclusion to the .
,, C__'. Fan.w a.n PcatIUI.. I"_wyl a.M o F i
Child LUe .__. ..ts Pky.laal' Cdlw .... the State License Tag Department building program a fact which Popularity and leadership tome If want the I
you to keen
I I, $ C""oll_. KoroW .... Ptmmpla'. .... "within the next few days" were makes the school patrons justly where get full,
j CoIM.r. W- only and
1.60 rw.rIaI .w LOO popularity leadership
,, Co"w H_.. l )'....._ 1.71 Popular ....- __ 5.11 announced today by GovernorCone proud. performance out of your car
M D.aa ___ _... ..U Popular 1IaI..... MaMhly_ '.U as the next move In reducing are due CROWN that the makers
".. DI.I. Paley ,.....aI._ I.n Radio How <(<-"_ ).._ '.ts built into it-do
f Parm loat.al 1 yn.__ a.lo Hodbaok Maaaila .... governmental operating costa"We're NEW{ RIVER GASOLINE is Florida's I
r FI.ld sad Guam ._ .... a..l.+ ol ......... ..., going to have to cut lots of largest- as the greatest number of Florida I
,
flaw.t Oow.r Dorothy Sapp Correspondent
i! l4$ SeroonlandSen '.00
V Ham. As.N..d1.cmtI$ 1.10 *. Play 1.00H. them off," Governor Cone said. "I 1 selling motor-fuel year after motorists do and '
.... end: Card.. === 3A: $ Ill,., lcraa 5.00R don t know just how give your car !
many, biu$ M. F. Wiggins was a business because
Florida
I Ho..o14 Maga.la 1.70 Ita Aft.ld '.00K year, motorists the extra of
Llbertw Wldy 1.50 aua Wul P..u." 1.70 we will start within the next few visitor to Gainesville Saturday. power CROWNGASOLINE..Pull
-
K t, LII.....,. D lq.o. 4.50 T.... Slory Ma.-. 5.1$ days and have found that
keep '
\ MaCall'. M.-.. 1.00 W....'. W..W __ I..0Iat' cutting them off Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett and in
until we get down to a reasonable children were visiting at the State CROWN gives them i

J. : o figure on the number necessary to Farm Sunday afternoon. at the nearest Stand. I

i ', carryon the work. They've got so Dorothy Sapp was visiting In top performance at 1 ard Oil dealer's and

f iallMrarlaaa.reraaa.e.a 1m allr.aal trite many employees over there they Sanderson Friday night. bottom price. i

Ii art: Gentlemen don't have standing room." He Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsand try a tankful. i

sv, I III' I said the State Racing commission son Charles, were
i I enclose $. .______for which: please send rn. reduced Its employees from 289 to visiting
\ here Sunday. r .
<< I I ,
the nugnint* I have checked: together with a I. 182 In two weeks thereby cutting Mr. and Mrs. Ira Plnholster of 1
:' I year's lubicrlption: to I salary costs I
tt
" your newspaper by $1,000 a day. "We Lloyd spent the week-end herewith
1. be, I I I are going to cut off others if we Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins.

' ? ,:, I Name_ I I can get along without them." he Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu STANDARD
said.
C I I were visiting the home of Andrew) OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED
i Street or R. P. DII Green
Tuesday afternoon.
,' oil I I
, ,, Weather reporting teletype and .
Town and State__ N I broadcasting service has been Installed Jim Thorpe, the famous Indian IN KENTUCKY I

6 -------- ------ I r airport at the Wayne County, Mich athlete Is the busiest Indian In}L
pictures. He plays "characters."


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&KD1TORIAL STAFF Mary L. Stockwell I Reverend Price NOTICE Boys TriumphantOver Bradford Girls Seniors PracticeFor--
The regular'meeting of the Student -
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Best ,All-Round PupilIn Speaks In ChapelThe Government was held Mon- SandersonFinal Play Town TeamIn Annual PlayThe

jj, VIRGINIA FUGATE Bradford CountyMary day, the seventh period in Mrs.Carpenter's Green CoveThe
f LITERARY EDITOR opening song In Chapel room. The meetingwas score: Starke 20; Sanderson big event of the year Is

ARTILE HEMINGWAY Lorraine Stockwell was Thursday, "Come On Old Brad- presided over by the Vice- 15. girls' team of Bradford drawing nearerthe night of the
Bradford victoriousover
e presented with a one dollar bill by ford" was sung with a good school president L. O. Jones. Reportswere Sanderson.boys were High received a message from Senior class play! February 5.

e u __? SOCIETY EDITOR Principal L. A. Gray for winning spirit. Everyone rose and repeated given by the library, attend- The Bradford versus Sanderson Green Cove High School that thegirls' The seniors are practicing every
KILLINGSWORTII
a [FLORIED and Inter-school rela-
the best all around eighth grade the Lord's Prayer and Flag ance, safety committees, after which a game Friday was one of the most team would not play but the morlng and every night except
i EXCHANGE EDITOR student contest in the county field tions determination of our girls' won and Saturdays and Sundays under the
Salute A reading, "Little OrphanAnnie" spectacular ones of the season.
discussion of the
general guide they played the town team. The Demoreat. Jr.The ,
MARGIE MCMILLAN day last Friday morning. direction of Bob
The score at the halt was 12 to 6 .
Roberta Whitfield held but definite
by waa book was no plans
game was exciting from the of the is 'The
very name play
Mary Lorraine won first place in in our favor-they just couidn.tkeoep
SPECIAL, REPORTERLOIS next on the program. Mr. Gray were made. Beginning. The Town Team of Town."
Talk of the
JUDD the spelling, arithmetic and reading our boys down In spite of the
Green Cove was so much more experienced the cast of characters
made announcements concerningfield The following Is
i contests and received certificate INTERESTING: NOTES good guarding of the Sanderson
than our It looked
CALENDAR OF EVENTS of award for all three. day. Then the program was team. girls. :
I The Junior Class has a new stu
at the beginning that the Town Mr. Henry Simons- Roawell No-
i Jonday, Feb. 2: .1 turned over to Rev. Price, who dent this week, Hazel Moore of The line-up was: Team was going to win but the business and fatherof
gt'la big man
|Student Government. Local Team Loses I| spoke on the subject, "Advance Jacksonville. She is a former student We Pos. They Town Team had no substitutes Miss Othel Simmons,

I High School Faculty Meets To Green Cove H. ment of Christianity." We are al of Lee High School. Wynn C McDonald and at the hut the girls gainedon Mrs Hattie Simmons Virginia

,, Tuesday: Feb. 2: 5.1 I glad to have the ministers The Senior Class Is all excited Queries F Stafford them with a total of four Alvaros--wife of Henry Simmonsand
ways
S. Journal Club. Sweat
B. H because starting th.il'senior Long
they are
points over the Green Cove team. mother of Ethel Simmons She
,u J I Basketball Game with Jasper. Wednesday night the boys' basketball come to school and bring us a good play this week. Here's hop- Denmark Q Davis The final score for 18-14.
la l sophisticated.
([Wednesday Feb. 3: team played Green Cove I message. Ing the seniors a success. Hazen Harvey We Pos. very
They Miss Ethel Simmons Virginia
School team in Green Cove
High
nlBeta Club.Thureday .
__ __ .m .. Collins C Kenney Fugate-.young girl who has lust
Feb. 4: Springs.
1 Elementary Assembly. The beginning of the game look- Phillips F returned from college
Ir
i [))7 'Iday, Feb. 5: ed good for our boys. The first Hlnnon Cornway Mr. Chester Benny Albert Lee
I County Field Day Tremendous Success I Phillips F Paclttl Crosbypartner of Mr Simmonsand
[High School Chapel. play was very unusual. Before Phillips G Rome Is In love with Ethel.
1 Senior play, "T he Whole Green Cove knew what was hap-
Moiirley King Mr. Roger Shields! Edward
{Towns Talking.: pening our boys had a jroal. The .
I North Bagwell--An Englishman and a
"\ Tornadoes were leading at the end
''i!!,;. First Inez Cut- 3. Harold Prevatt Starke. I _-=--gw man about town- he also falls In
\ ,. EDITOR'S MESSAGE of the half but the opposition Ideal Florida weather contributed Recitation: place,
f.,';. Students, didn't we all enjoy gradually gained. At the finish towards the unqualified successof shaw, Lawtey; second place, Ro- Group Two (Boys) Girls Lose 19 to 17 love with Ethel. McMillanA
Green Cove was three the Field Day Demonstration berta Whitfield, Starke; third 100 yard dash: Lettie LytheMargie
" : Ield day? I think It would be a leading by To Sanderson TeamThe movie actress who Is engagedto
splendid! idea to make field day ant points. Friday when over 1,000 school chil- place, Betty Joe Webb, Brooker; 1. M. D. Harrell, Brooker. Swift Art ford
Mr. Donald I
dren from all over Bradford Coun- tie third place, Walden Wadsworth, 2. James Cowart, Starke.
activities -
school Winifred
annual event in our Hazen did some
very Bradford girls were defeated Brown.) She finally haa an affair
;: It creates such a friendly good guarding, the high scorer was ty gathered here for various men- Hampton. 3. George Packham, Hampton. by Sanderson Friday afternoon.The with Chester Benny
I :'and.harmonious feeling among all Quarles and on the opposite side tal and athletic contests.W. Declamation: First place, Geraldine Running broad) jump: Sanderson girls have increased Mr. Donald Swift Artford.

the schools of the county and stimulates was Orvis Pringle, a former stu- T. Edwards, Assistant Pro Silcox, Starke; second place, 1. Lewis Shaw, Brooker. In power and skill since we Brown- Business manager for
.,' ) friendly competition. It dent of Bradford High. Albert Lee fessor in charge of pupil personnel Christine Cutshaw Lawtey. 2. M. D. Harrell, Brooker. played them last. The score of Levy Lythe.

..'promotes good sportsmanshipamong Crosby made some outstanding Young Laboratory School, Reading 4th grade: First place. 3. James Cowart, Starke. the former game was a tie. Sadie Bloom Beatrice Moaeley
all the pupils and gives plays. Gainesville, was In charge of the Roberta Whitfield, Starke; second Running high jump: Our the stenographer of Mrs. Simmons -
I academic contests. Leon A. girls played a good game
,
, many the opportunity to partlcl- The line-up was: Bradford Gray place, Bernard Jordan, Starke; 1. M D. Harrell, Brooker. but we think they could have played -.-a girl with an outspokenmanner.
,pate in athletics. So let's plan to We Pos. They principal County High third place Billy Burney, Lawtey; 2. Lewis Shaw, Brooker. a better game If they hadn'thad .
,have field day next year. With Brown C Geiger School, was in charge of arrange- third place, Clarice Rosier, Lawtey. 3. Earl George, Starke. to work so hard Friday. Jamesthe butler Ovid Lewis.
\'*th.> experience we have gained Quarles F Geiger I ments both morning and afternoon Spelling, 5th grade: First place, 3. John Frigo, Lawtey. Taxi Driver Arlie Sponholts.ffl .
A. J. Griffis, Superintendent Brad- The girls couldn't the Sl\n-
': from this one we can have even a Long Prlngle Roberta Whitfield, Staike; second Pull-up: keep --, -_.- -
ford Schools, was In chargeof derson down and
County score
,i greater and more successful one Hazen G Kennedy place, William Greene, Hampton; 1. James Cowart, Starke. they kept
the elementary spelling matches. ahead of us the entire game. Juniors In ChargeOf
1,:then. Crosby Guy third place, Emory Brown Hampton 2. Bill Cowart, Starke.
Green Cove won the game 21-18 I Lester Sponholtz of Hampton, ; third place Dorothy Williams, 3. Leslie Thomas, Brooker. Brown was high scorer for the B. H. S. Journal
!ANYBODY'S BUSINESS president of the County Teachers Starke. Baseball: girl and Elizabeth Philips and
Association, and C. M Howard,
; are very glad to know that Local Boys Win Game coach, were In charge of the ath Arithmetic, 4th grade: First 1. Ross Pre-vatt, Lawtey. Packham deserve honorable mention Ever since school started, several
for forwards Grace Green
one> of our former students has place, Eula Mae Eunice, Lawtey; 2. Lewis Shaw, Brooker. Juniors have been on the
letic contests. Committees of tea-
been elected President of Epailon- From Melrose 26 to 19 chers from the county acted as second place, Inez Cutshaw, Law- 3. M. D. Harrell, Brooker. one of our new guards, played a newspaper staff, but never before

''Mu Zeta of Lamba Chi Alpha Fra- Judges. The Junior Class and the tey; third place Dorothy Crosby, Group Three (Boys) very good game. have they had complete charge of
,; tenuity. Hooray for Bill Waln- The Starke versus Melrose game i Athletic Association conducted Brooker. 100 yard dash: The line-up was: the newspaper.

:wright. was a successful fight for our i booths where bottled drinks, sand Reading, 5th grade: First place, 1. J. C. Prevatt, Lawety. We POM. They Now, In order to gain experiencefor

'.f Some Juniors and sophomoresthink boys. wiches, hot-dogs, candy, etc., were George Moore, Lawtey; second 2. Albert Torruella, Starke. Hinson F Wood next year's paper, which they
that they're the stuff since The game was fast from start to place, Mary Dixon, Lawtey; third 3. W. S. Rivers, Starke. Brown Dice will have the responsibility of editIng -

last Friday night when they were finish. The boys played a fair and sold.There place, R. W. Moseley, Lawtey; Running broadjump: Phillips Johns and also to give the senior
made sponsors of the Florida vs clean game and at the end of the were 1077 points ti> be third place, Buster Bennett, Law- I, Kenneth Turner, Starke. Packham Q Wolluma a free hand to work on their play,
,Georgia basketball game. first half the scare for 21 to( 17 in gained In the entire contest, aca- tey. 2. Earnest Edwards, Brooker. Dyal Burnett the Juniors are now the editors of

"'ji Harriet and Dot were very much I our favor The Melrose boys demic and athletic. The winners Spelling, th grade: First place, 3. Robert Rosier Lawtey. --. the D. H. S. Journal for a month.

excited Monday afternoon. We i didn't score but two points) In the for first place in any contests Fay Yarbrough, Starke; second Running high jump: Flag Given School The temporary editor-In-chief In
wonder why? Gainesville just last half because our boys had a made ten points for his or her place, Blanche McCullough New 1. W. S. Rivers, Starke. Frances Peek; Society editor, Dot

can't seem to leave our girls alone I strong defense that the Melrose I, school and a certificate of award River; third place, Jewel Grlffla, 2. Carl Edward, Lawtey. By 1935.36 SeniorsThe Bishop; and the special reporter,
JlJJunlor(; ( Adklns suddenly changed team couldn't break through. for himor herself. Winners of Lawtey. 3. Kenneth Turner Starke. Miriam Guy.English .
"his thoughts from a junior girl to second place made six points and 3. J. C. Prevatt .
This makes the second success Arithmetic 5th grade: First Lawt.y.Pullup school is really proud of the .
,,js-,'senior girl. We wonder why? I. for the boys this week. They plan I winners of third place won two place, Betty Hardenbrook, Starke; : new flag for our auditorium which Error Craze
What caused two girls to getangry to leave Friday morning for Cross I points for the school he or she rep-, second place J. S. Sapp, Lawtey; 1. Dempsey Sapp, Starke. was presented to the school by the
I with three other girls in resented. In case of ties the scores 2. J. C. Prevatt Has Students In Grip
City where they will enter the third place, Mary Dixon, Lawtey. Lawtey. senior claHS of 1930
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon? Cross City tournament. We wish I were divided.In Reading 6th grade: First place, 3. Albert Torruella, Starke. For so many years we have had -

,X41 1, them success. the grand total Bradford had Jimmie Griff, Starke; second Baseball: only a small flag, which was on The English Error craze Is get-

."; ,,",,, SOCIETY The line-up was: almost as many points as any oth- place, Joe Andrews, Jr., Starke; 1. Ralph Rhodes, Slarke. one side of the stage and now the ting around the school. Two or
J ..' :SDoshia Smith was a visitor In We Pos. er two schools In the county with third place, Edna Edwards, Law 2. James Johns, Starke. big flag Is placed directly over the three classes Including the sev-
Jacksonville Sunday. Brown They 456. Lawtey was next with, 259 tey. 3. Edward Barker, Brooker. curtain. enth grade, have caught the Idea

U'''sHariret Bishop was a visitor in C Thompson and then Brooker, 211 points; Spelling, 6th grade: First place, Group One (Girls) and are working It. The IdeaIs
n Quarles F Preston The flag was hung and presented -
\:'Daytona Beach Sunday. Hampton 133; Rising 12; New Riv- Harold Hill, Hampton; second 50 yard dash: I to make several cards with Eng-
Long Alderman : by the chairman of the
flag
.:;::'/'i&&Miriam Guy, Frances Peek, Edna Hazen er 6. place, Jimmie Grlffla, Starke; 1. Juanita Prevatt Lawtey. I lish Errors printed on them to
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committee Edna Pearce and her
Rosa ,
,.ni Pearce, Doahla Smith, and liar \Vlnnem of Academic Content third place, Shirley Colley, Starke. 2. Jessie Mae Slade, Hampton hang around the neck of a student
:-vrlet:i,; Bishop were In Gainesville Hazen Walters Algebra--First place, Geraldine Arithmetic, 6th grade: First 3. Myrtice Slade, Hampton. assistant, A. Z. Adklns, Jr. when he makes an error. When

,.I Tuesday afternoon. Hall Hampton; Second place, place, Jimmie Grlffla, Starke; Sec- Standing broad Jump: We wish to thank the senior anotner member of the claaa makesa

< "4LIlianMoseley! was in Ocala Bradford Girls Lose Dempsey Sapp, Starke; Second ond place, Nina Bishop, Stark 1. Myrtice Salde, Hampton. clnsn of 103(1( for this beautiful mistake, the person who! is wearIng -

ur day night. To Melrose 20 To 10 place Dorothy Norman, Starke; second place, Minnie Lee Prlngle, 2. Wilma Stokes Brooker. flag, which has added so much to it gives It to this latest offender -

1 Hazel Moore was a visitor In Second place, Bonnie Mott, Brooker Lawtey; third place, Thelma Lee 3. Ruby Ward, Brooker. the appearance of our chapel. to wear It Is a delightful game.

c over the week-end. Our girls lost because had ; Third place, Gladys Garrett, Starling Brooker. Baseball: Miriam Guy, Special Reporter Won't you play It with! us and helpus
j Freeman Register went to Jack- substitutes.Our we no Lawtey. Reading, 3rd grade: First place, 1. Mamie Kelly, Starke. --._ L make our English better?

\ nville Sunday. English 9thgrade, First place, Bradley Geiger, Starke; second 2. Eloise Bulolck, Starke. Grover Cleveland was the first -
Bill .Cowart was in Gainesville girls Just couldn't keep up Clara Mae Harley, Lawtey; second place, Burnlce Cooper, Starke; 3. Myrtice Slade, Hampton. president of the United States to The University of Oxford, In
\,-uesday. with the fast work of the Melrose place, Juanita Barefoot, Starke; third place, Mildred May, Lawtey. Basketball (D) leave his country while serving In England, Is said to have been!
team. At the end of the first half third place, Geraldine Hall Hampton 1. Mamie Kelly, Starke.
Spelling, 3rd grade: First place, office founded by King Alfred In 872.
Tornadoes To PlayTournament they were four points ahead of us ; third place, Gladys Garrett, Bradley Geiger, Starke; second 2. Hazel Grltfl,., Lawtey. ------. --
but they gradually gained and at Lawtey. 'place, Bruce Crawford Lawtey; 3. Calvlnette Warren, Hamp

TodayThe the end of the thrilling game they Spelling, 9th grade--First place, third place Blanche White, Brooker ton.
were ten points ahead of us. But Nettle Starke second Sack EENTARYECHOES
Dowllng, ; ; third place, Maxine Prescott race: II
boys basketball team leaves our girls had a good excuse be- place, Pauline Jordan, Starke; Brooker; third place Frances Tay- 1. Virginia Padgett Brooker,
[today for Cross City to participate cause they didn't have a chance to third place, Hugh Ingram, Brook. lor, Hampton. 2. Joyce Atkinson, Brooker.

(in the district basketball tournament rest up. er. Reading 2nd grade: First place, 3. Doris Prevatt, Starke. ..

there. The outstanding players were Spelling, 8th grade-First place, Margaret Flitch, Lawtey; second Groupe Two (Girls)

JThe Tornadoes have won a ma- Elizabeth Phillips and Marie Hln- Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Starke; place, Harvene Watterson, Hampton 75 yard dash: Elementary ChapelIn were represented on 'Field Day"

jority of their games this year and son.The second place, Louise Stern, Starke; ; second place, W. M. Smith, 1. Ruby Silcox Starke. was reading. Bernice Cooper, our
(are in fine playing condition. If line-up was: third place, Doris Mann, Brooker. : Lawtey; third place Joyce Moore, 2. Jewel Reddish, Lawtey. Charge Of ThirdOur contestant won the second prize In

they play their tournament oppon- We Pos. They Spelling, 7th grade, First place, Starke. 3. Doris Cnssels, Brooker. reading
.
ents as they did Sanderson last Phillips F Whitney Ovid Futch, Lawtey; second place Spelling, 2nd grade: First place, Relay: chapel program Thursday ---.- -
[Friday afternoon there can be put Arwood Thompson Edward Norman, Rising; third Gytha Hut, Hampton; second place, 1. Brooker. began by all singing the first verse FOUKTII GIIAHK NEWS
one outcome for the locals vic- Hinson Bryan place, Carrie Belle Bennett, Margaret Futch, Lawtey; second 2. Starke. of "America." This was followedby Miss Edwards, TeacherWe
tory! Brown G Gilland Starke; third place, Marjorie place, W. M. Smith, Lawtey; third 3. Lawtey the Lord's Prayer and the Flag liked Field Day very much.In .

The Starkeites are chalked up Collins Robinson Thompson, Lawtey. place, Joyce Moore, Starke. Baseball: Salute. the reading contest Bernard
I to meet Alachua this morning for Arithmetic. 7th grade First Reading, 1st grade: First place, 1. Melba Anders, Starke. The first number was a Safety Jordan from our room, won second

the first battle of the day. Should Geraldine Silcox place, Carrie Belle Bennett Hilda Brown, Hampton; second 2. Beatrice Hersey, Hampton. Song by the third grade. This was place. In spelling, Dorothy Williams -

they survive the ordeal, the red Starke; second place Ralph Dar- place, Emma Jane Beasley, Starke, I 3. Ruby Bowls, Starke. followed by a Thrift Poem by eight won third place. We hopeto
and blacks will play the winner of Wins DeclamationGeraldine ley, Lawtey; third place, Marjorie second place, Carolyn Prevail Basketball (CD) : third grade children. do better next year.
j [the Bell-Melrose game this afternoon Thompson, Lawtey. Lawtey; third place, Marilyn Cros- 1. Evelyn Prevatt, Lawtey. The Rev. Price then spoke to us. Betty Hayes Is back after a

at 3:00: o'clock, the winner of Silcox, representing Reading, 8th grade First place, by, Brooker. 2. Clarissa Waters, Broeker. His topic waa called "The Sermonof week's absence due to Illness.
r this clash playing the top team of the seventh A grade of Bradford Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Starke; Spelling, 1st grade: First place, 3. Beatrice Hersey, Hampton. the Pencil." Announcementswere Several of our boys are out picking -

[the Chlefland, Reddlck. Newberry Junior High School, won first second place, Louise Stem, Starke; Olivia Hill, Hampton; first place, Potato race: then made by Mr. Gray. strawberries.We .
Archer matches at 10:00: o'clock place in the declamation contest third place, Marie Taylor, Hampton. Leila Kersey, Starke. 1. Doris Cassels, Brooker. Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter. made a poster showing sam
tonight. last Friday. She read "Too Late 2. Virginia, Crews, Brooker. ples of camel's hair and eamel'ehalrcloth.

'The victor here plays the de- for the Train" by Phineas Garret. Reading, 7th grade, First place, Winner. of Athletic Content 3. Ruby Silcox, Starke. THIRD C R\UE NEWS We also have an interesting -

tiding game of the tournamentwith Her interpretation was excellent Ovid Futch, Lawtey; second place, Group One (Boys) : Groupe Three (Girls) booklet which tells, the
the winner of a group composed and showed that her hours of prac- Horace (Buddy) Davis, Starke; 60 yard dash-first place, Tommy 75 yard dash: Mrs Roberts, TeacherWe story of camel hair.
of eight teams: cross City, tice were not In vain. Mrs. Dem- third place, MarjorIe Mathews, I Reynolds, Starke; second place, 1. Olive Padgett, Brooker. have been studying about We have a set of small posters
Waldo, Cedar Keys, Lake Butler, orest coached the seventh grade Starke. George Blrt, Hampton; third place, 2. Aileen Austin, Lawtey. the Cold Lands. Here Is one of showing many queer customs of
'..Bronson. Williston High Spring, in declamation. The school Is Best all-round 8th grade student Buford McKinney. Starke. 3. Odessa Kelly, Brooker. our best stories about bears. foreign lands.

,;' 'A ADd Hawthorne. This game will be proud of all its winner and appreciates Mary Lorraine Stockwell, Standing broad Jump: Relay: "Bear" .
: '-//played! at 10:00: o'clock tomorrow the efforts of all who took Starke. 1. Tommy Reynolds, Starke 1. Brooker. The Grizzly Is the largest of the THIRD GRADE

, |morning (Saturday). part In both academic and field Music, Memory Contest, First 2. Walton Wadsworth, Hamp- 2. Lawtey. bear family. Polar bears growto We are very proud of Bradley
J We sincerely hope the Tornadoes activities. place Opal Peel Lawtey; second ton 3. Starke. be very large, too. They have Geiger, our entrant in the readingand

are away out ahead when that final place, Lillian Barnes", Rising' ; third 3. Garth Durham, Hampton. Baseball: hair on the bottom of their feet to spelling contests held field
: whistle blows tomorrow WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF place Marie Taylor, Hampton.7th Running broad Jump: 1. Olive Padget, Brooker. help them climb on the Ice. They day, aa he won first place In both.

]. About one-fourth the high and 8th grades, Spelling 1. Tommy Reynolds, Starke. 2. Nellie Willis, Starke. live In the cold lands. These bears We have been studying "The
WE WONDER WilY? school girls weren't wearing diamond match: First place Marjorie 2. Eury Stokes, Brooker. 3. Lillian Frigo Lawtey. sometimes grow to be six feet Sparrow and the CroW" in reading

1, Lola Judd visits the 11th A. rings since Christmas. Thompson, Lawtey; second place, 3. Buford McKinney, Starke. Basketball (ID) : long, and weight sixteen hundred and enjoyed dramatizing It very

room everyday 2. Loyree and Eddie didn't fuss Bessie Prescott, Brooker; third Baseball: 1. Olive Padgett, Brooker. pounds. much.
If 2. "Skeet" was absent from and make up. place Ovid Futch, Lawtey. 1. Tommy Reynolds, Starke. 2. Aileen Austin Lawtey. The black and brown bears live Lila Rae Caldwell, who bus been
school Monday and Tuesday 3. Shorthand wasn't so bard. 5th' and 6th grade Spelling 2. Cecil Melvin Brooker 3. Odessa Kelly Brooker. In the warmer lands. sick for the past week is back in

I s 3. We have BO many lectures to 4. The Home Science girls all match: First place, Betty Marsh- 3. Buford McKinney Starke. Basketball tAJ All bears eat vegetables. Grizzly school again.
f listen to. learn to read a thermometer burn, Starke; second place, Phlllis Sack race: 1. Aileen Austin, Lawtcy. and polar bears eat meat. We have two new pupUs Raymond >

4. The senior are excited this 5. The Lake Butler Basketball Hazen Brooker; third place, Har 1. Everett Padgett, Brooker. 2. Doris Hlnaon, Hampton. Irene Stewart. I KeNuna and J. W Keene.
2aek about their play. team wasn't so rough. old Hill, Hampton. 2. Martin Heriey, Hampton. 3. Geraldine Hall, Hampton. The only contest in which we Miss Hazen, Teacher,





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t l rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\PII. T\RKE.I'LORm." FIUD.\Y J.\Nl"\R\ ., .
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-- Elva Lee Reddish. OIIUKIt ); IM ;'.;C't'flt.N ''J"t

, AGE!: I II -FIORIDAHIGHIIGHTS Y# ) The Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cut- NO'iirw TO ..I>PK\H: ( "',
6.AtNN TUB STATE OF Fl.dKir/ \
J BBB MB B | B B | | 12ZIS2 H. M3 H !. shaw were shopping in Jackson- MOWH W Hondi" 'ix,. M,...
! l' TWiJiictr ville Thursday drl<'k". Lavlnla/ Himlini" ,, I,
i "" "' ""' "," _,..,..",,,...n. .. ,. Farrell), WoolKton B..""I hKII.t ,
r: :: : P. L. Dinkins of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ban,harl. .J"| in, \\ I

IFFco w... .. .._. .,.. .. .r. .. 9"JilNe'rcStI Jacksonville were visiting relatives arson Bertram and Vr.Mary strode Cm, "I.: 1\\.11",in.,, i I.i, "

m__ __, ........ I ; here Sunday. If alive and If dealt, \ i, li.. ,
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ji jiL -; '" heir, legatees, d\'IH' ,,
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A. A. Annie, who Is employed In .
Mrs.\ Talmadge YoungTo Lillian Sternberg Teaches / tees of each such d<' .a-i, .
ANI> TO Florida Land ,
;:" ;: :' Hazelhurst, Ga., spent the week- a I II,
Dance ;. # "
Review Book Here Parisian Beauty to -, lion Company of 'Io"'ld,. ,
I POUND /N end with his family here. corporation. AND To( ,,iii I, ,.
i The Book Club, a department of When the most beautiful girl I li:n Miss Abbie Harley who Is em- having or claiming: un.>' ,ni,,,,
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the deHci ,
clOUTIIE2N FlOR/IA WATE!S following lh l i I
meet at Paris came to New York as a re ,
the Woman's Club, will ployed in Gainesville, npent the wit.
7:30: o'clock Tuesday evening, Feb. ward for winning a recent contest, ';ti a t"'' HAS TH2EEf week-end at her home here. Lot 1. 2, 3, and 4, 1'I/ 'I;
eOLLEGE t N fo: all! In Section ,,,,
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ruary 2, at the home of Mr. and she decided to study the art o SIDES TO ITS Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Randall of 8 Houth Range, 22 East I'.

Mrs. J. E. Wilson. dancing.It LAC2YAND f7A. "';' BOOYI I Cincinnati, Ohio, were visiting here In Bradford County Flnnl, i ,
TAKE NOTICE that a suit i hi
that she selected th
Mrs. Talmadge Young of Lake happens e ONEOPflOg/DAI 7 Sunday.Mr. Inntltutod In the Circuit i'." j
F same studio as that of Misses LII LEAJJIN6 Bradford County Florida. In, < ,
review of Margaret i
i: City will give a and Mrs. Everett!; ix>adholtzof
the i1
by filing of .
eery a XW.H
of Starke
t' Han and Ruth Sternberg /NST/TUT/ONS OF
'i; Mitchell's astoundly successful Jacksonville were visitors here of complaint by Levey A. r,,,,, ,,
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first book "Gone With the This Parisian beauty liked ou:r N/GNE2IEARN/NG plaintiff, acalnat you and iu,' i i,,
'; comely Lillian's looks and person ... .. ..- -.- ... ...... .... Sunday afternoon. you a> defendants and almj. .oK', ,' '
LT t HBEUET Wind. Mrs Young has reviewed .. ... Mr. and Mrs. Haines Mahoney of the following" other defendiu." "i- I
I this book In Lake City and has received ally and asked her to teach hei ., ... .. .r Jacksonville were visitors here wit: Anna L. Canon and hi., I.i. ,,. i. ,
H. M Canon Hilton 8 v
to dance of Lilllar Hai
which course i
1 many favorable comments. n. .i..<' .ii'' ". .1--.w ? utA1..rht, ..Me;. Sunday. Florida Power & Light <'omp.icorp ,. '
The members of club 'i..tlon, F, M. Yearwood
EII'What the are anticipating did.Before nod I v\ I
"Miss Paris' left for Hol. t L. H. Futch of Madison' spent S. Yearwood partners doing i ,.
ft this review with great ysr ji. ,t ChM 'fl'ea- !s+ d r+fv1War. the week-end here with relatives.The flees under the firm name* <.f r ft,
she Lillian
lywood an entire
pleasure. gave I Yearwood Naval Stores < i mi," ,
set of Parisian cosmetics in tokerof Postal Telegraph Co. will ,Miriam Maya Le and her ]It", i ,
{, ., t.. Stephen St. Vincent Beret says their friendship. operate its regular service here W. B. Leo and The Melnfacturlng \ ,-,, M,",
|Ing, or of the book: "This is war, and the Company a coipi'"i
--. this season on the shipping plat the relief sought In Bald Miit' ".
|anywaymoney \ i! wreck and rebuilding that followsIt form and opened for business there quieting and confirming" i?,r \ptlrCe ,
Baptist Societies To Meet title to above ? j "?
from the woman'sangle .
told .
\ entirely Monday to serve the shippers and as an Indefeaelble fee alniii|, ..
There We have had other books Circle No. 2 of the Woman' public.'FAVORITE. thereto and the canceling nf ,?.i.iniunlnmnta i

: making about the Civil War by women Missionary Society of the Baptist N m. plaintiff aald of" title title,aa and a .I th I.,. i,

The prix but I don't know of any other In Church will meet at the home ol f petual enjoining of each of. d. ..
and which the interest is so consistently Mrs. W. L. Wall .tM ant from asserting title "'n i ,impuHHeNMlon '
ing Monday afternoon .tB ; 1 to any or said Im,., i
productBible centered not upon the armies at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Wall and versa to plaintiff and Ih",,, ,
and the battles the and the tqp, Ing through him: THIS IS Till i
flags
foi i Mrs. J. M. Brownlee will be hoe FORK TO COMMAND YOI tr
into 1, famous names, but upon that other tesses for the afternoon. I RECIPESOF EACH OF YOU to appeal i r.,
the same being Cam' .Spending
world of cause
who heard the
[ means n;; women Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs In said Court ,w1!
more cobetter ..storm waited it out succumbed to Luther Powell afternoonat March let A. D. 1937 othoiallegatlona \\ "
it or rebuilt after It to Monday of said bill of <-i>'nn,'
\. according 3:30.: Mrs. Powell and Miss Etta + BRADFORD COUNTY will he taken an confessed, 1 h>\ ,
i and ma their natures. Miss Mitchell knows Tison will be the hostesses. r Wltnenn my hand and then. I,I
her period her people and the red- ".. Seal of said Court at the ,
make
to HOUSEWIVES
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Court house In Starkc, fli.i.l"'
', more en hill country of North Georgia. W. M. S. CirclesWill .asw'w :- '"' om County Florida, this 28th d.t\
Tara Is a working plantation. nota January A. D. 1037.
Toom Meet Monday A. J. THOMAS:
,, the mat white porched movie set, and Atlanta D :n.' Inexpensive Dt-
too mti l Is itself an Individual city, Circles of the Woman's Mission- tll. ,.. Bradford( County OFFICIAL F'loudx sr \ ;ii;I' I

to the f, ))1 not a fabulous combination of all ary Society of the Methodist SHERBET KNIGHT & KNIOHT r\i\)
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q Church will meet Monday afternoon f Attorneys for Plaintiff
> culturemany the first family features of Rich- One-half cup of pineapple Juice 1-29-51-2-28 .
ec February 1, at three o'clock,
; :<< Two-thirds of r
concluStfarm mond, Charleston and New Or- Circle Number One, Mrs W. E. ,t 'k"NIr cup sugar '
Ore tablespoonful of lemon juice &
HEALTH
Jeans.
i si Middleton, leader will meet at the S

I home of Judge and ......... ......... ..,... r Grated rind of one lemon
farm 01 Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ---------- --yIn ;.,:,: .t1"; : .\\k.Hi .fK.v-J::: Two cups of milk ACCIDENT
with Mrs. Perryman as
quantity STRAWBERRYCUPS hostess. Circle Number a magnificent grove of 60 acres In 1902, the Florida Seminary was INSURANCEIs
Two, Mrs.
We can 'i Mix sugar and milk. Add juices;
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C. L. Stockwell leader will meet bordering Lake Hollingsworth, in Lake- opened at Southerland now Palm Harbor -
1
wh In the unit and when
tory place freezing
profitabThere\ & CRATES at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. land, is located SOUTHERN COLLEGE. on the West Coast. In 1906. it was I it begins to harden beat it. Return Important i
:i Griffin with Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Here is to be found one of the most incorporated as Southern College. WRITE
I f. \VholeHola Price. on the 86 pint to freezing unit and let it remain
volved variety of (Strawberry Cups and Carrie Rltch as hostesses handsome, most completely furnished The peculiar TRUNKFISH. which \is until it Is frozen. FOR DETAILS

culture : (',at are us follow: Meet Halls for Women in the South' The en- common on the coast of Florida, is three -Mrs. H. M. Richarde.
trol of !'"!>. In 500) Cardboard Packages U. D. C. Will WednesdayThe tire group of splendidly equipped buildings angled The species is so singular in S. M. FRYER

ruch as' f _______________5&M W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. is surrounded by a beautiful campus appearance, and so easily preserved that At the present time, approximately SOS Illltlebrandt Itldg.

&ect pee ; Crater complete with ll- C., will meet Wednesday, February magnolias citrus fruit trees, palms, they have been common in collectionsever 75: per cent of all cars purchased JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
\ldera _________
@ 16c each
I oaks and other native trees. since the in the United States
t All 5 dealer 3, at three o'clock, at the homeof collecting of tropical curiosities are .' "' .. .. .
A : <*a 2%% cash discount dlwountand Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Hostesses IThe college] was founded in Orlando in began. It reaches a length of bought on the time payment plan. -".;,,': ,,' ..., :'I"uno \I

/ FERT !. : Mrs. Darby, Miss Etta Tl. J.S85 jut..tha Florida Conference:! Colle>re. About a foot. ___

.i J. L. HARRELL son. Mrs. L G. Powell and Mrs. H. '\

Bl f T. Hall.FOR Dr. And Mrs. McLendon LAWTEY' Tallahassee were visiting relatives

Com' i. ,I k ra Entertain With O. J. rfcllllpi. Correspondent here Sunday. WANTED ,!

J.4 it itSh4 \ : Delightful Buffet Supper Miss Bessie Terry who Is em- ''I
.t COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Traffic Light Installed ployed In Jacksonville spent the
Dr and Mrs M. B. McLendon GUM CROSS TIES
", SEE entertained at 7:30: o'clock Saturday Believe it or not this city now week-end at her home here. .

.. :::' evening In their home on Wal- has its traffic light placed in the Mr. and Mrs John C. Ward of

JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT nut St. with a buffet supper. and center of the street in plain view Jacksonville were visiting friends CALL OR WRITEWilliamson
brldgeparty. of the public and Mayor W. F. here Sunday.Mr. .
J j OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE-PHONE ISBEASLEY'S Moore advises all persons to obeyit
and Mrs B. E. Reddish
Sweetpeas, narcissi, jonquils, and or answer to him 'In municipalcourt. ; of Tie Co.
other cut flowers artistically dec Jacksonville were visiting relatives -
.
At the present time persons
iii; orated the home for this delightful violating Its signals are given a here Sunday. ,

: SERVICE STATIONWe occasion. The dining room table warning but beginning Saturday Miss Ella Mae Sapp of Wateroakwas Gainesville, Fla. I
was covered with a handsome lace
: January SO you will have to tell it the week-end guest of Miss ,
'cloth, and the central embellish-
Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas. to the mayor If you are guilty of
ment was a low bowl of red sweet- --
violating Its signals. .rNEW
1 and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. peas and white narcissi. Red tap :

ers balanced the center arrange-
Building Continues FLA. GAL

.. BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S ment.The guests were seated at card Workmen are busily engaged In I SYRUP. 37c GREEN'S FRESH MULLET I

1 tables In the living room and the preparing and remodeling he residence .

= 1 SERVICE STATION places of the guests were designated of C. R. Whitehead who is '
:
with place cards of hearts and making considerable improvements

Opp. Court House Phone 60 spades. The color scheme of red to his property. I FISHLB.C


-- ... -,- -- ....., -.-.- ,-,....... -.-......-.-.-. and in the green mints was", on further the bridge carried tables.out Ditch Doing Good I RICE5Ibs.23cSTORE .

After supper the guests played The large canal that is being dug I

BOREE FUNERAL HOME bridge. O. L. Beasley won the high by.state convicts under the super- .
vision of the State Road Depart
prize for men and was !
I Full AMBULANCE Ilii9 of Caiiketo & Undertaker SERVICE Supplies Woodbury's Shaving set.presenteda Mrs. O. ment Is now proving Its worth to: lOur Policy Is to Sell the Best Quality of Groceries and Meats at
citizens of the western part of the
DAY ANTI L. Beasley was given a pair of hose I
r NIGHT for city. This canal has reached a All Times At The Lowest Possible Prices. j
making high score for ladles.
53 PHONE 53 north of the v
point Phillips bridgeon
Invited to be with the hosts were
0. H. BENNETT. Blgr. the State Farm road and Just: I 4-1.& CARTON JEWEL
Mr. and Mrs.
R F. Demorest, Mr.
ROUND STEAK lb. 20c
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"I and as soon as water will allow men to
Mrs C. A. Knight, Judge and
LARD SOc
work It will be continued to the
Mrs. A Z.
Adklns, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L Beasley Mrs. E. L. Blgga State Farm pasture, from which. FRESH PORK

I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. D. A. continue point the it Florida on to New State River.Farm will PRINCE ALBERT, can __ lac SAUSAGE, Lb. ________ 25c
i Monteith Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun-

can, and Mr and Mrs. E. S. Matthews PET OR CARNATION BEST WIIITE
Strawberry Season
OppnsThe

r, JYYIIs. -. 1937 strawberry season officially MILK taU can 7c BACON Lb. 19c

,
PINE LEVEL opened here Tuesday when
l the first express car rolled for the nn-CK ROAST OR
\, Sir. H. >I. MrRae, Correspondent xo 2S CAN TABLE

loads eastern had markets. Several truck II PEACHES __ ... _. __ 15c STEAK, Lb. ____ __ 12VZc
i previously been
Mr and Mra. John Rushing: Miss shipped
"'}. Allie Knight, and Frank Fountainall from here this season which Is II BOLOGNA
of Penney Farms were dinner about thirty days ahead of schedule SUGAR S Lbs. 2Sc 1 :

:. { Monogrammed writing guests of Miss Myrtle Fountain we on account have experienced of the Warm this weather win.-II SAUSAGE Lb.12Ic'

\ r paper is all the Sunday ter. Heavy rains this week will So PKG.

,J Take Mrs F. Fender and son, Billie, retard the movement but It is ex- SALT Pkg. _____ ____ 3c NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c
rl / style. advantage Mrs. Austin Fender and Mr. and '
pectel that will continue
shipments
\t I of this generous offer. Mrs H M McRae and children light from this date on throughthe 1\IERITA OR BELL: RIB


a 1, I You'll fine, white be Vellum Crt T were N.dinner Norman guests in Gum of Mr.Branch and Mra.section has remainder been no estimate of the season.of the There damage BREAD 3 Loaves 25c REEF STEW Lb4 1 lOr

i with Sunday. the rains have done up to the .
w .' your three-letter 100 BOX SIDE OR SHOULDER
Misses Lena and Nelltha Lavender present time.

r Ii'1 monogram in silver. spent Saturday with Misses ASPIRIN Box _3c
---- PORK{ Lh 15c
'r 24 flat decorated Myrtis And Arle Fountain. Help the Red Cross t r rII

.J c''i sheets, 5"x77and 24 Miss Odessa McRae spent the QUART JAR
weekend in Gum Branch section. Mayor T. F. Landrum and Mra. FLORIDA

: envelopes, 1/16" x the guest of Miss Dorothy Norman.A N. Wainwright of Starke were MUSTARD JOe PORK CHOPS, Lb. _. 18cI I

,I II ,I 1/16", in an attractive large number of people attended visitors here Tuesday in the Inter- I

rl. I box. the birthday party at the homeof eat of soliciting funds to be sentto QUART JAR
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e t.: Monogrammed while I night Mlsa In honor Lena of Lavender Miss Verna Friday Phil. the and flood while sections here received of the several country -I I PEANUT BUTTER -- 23c ViFlEGARDERBottle/ !ic ''I

.il you wait.Vellum. 11f 11// lips contributions from local citizens 'I

Mrs. W F. Harnage of Gum and left a petition with F R Car.

... '- Branch Is visiting her daughter and radine at the drug store where PURE.COFFEE Lb i

.: ii a.3ea' son-in-law :'((1''. and Mrs B. M. Mc\ those who wish may contribute to 121ATTU."TO - --...-_-. ..,:1Oc
:' Rae this worthy cause! : ) j

: finish Miss Helen Norman of Gum KELLOGG'S
NO. 2 CANS-STANDARD PACK CORN-BOWL FREE-
; Branch spent the week end with Personal

r Ilhb. r 4 ... Miss Vesta McRae. Mayor and Mrs. W. F Moore TOMATOES I FLAKES 3 for 23c
A Mils Carrie Alvarez waa a dln- who have been spending some timeIn can &fo

C .?; MONOGRAMMED PLAYING CARDS nor guest at the home of Misses Plant City where Mr. Moore
: Lena and Neletha Lavender Sun- has !
C' ,:; \ Double Deck _89c day.Leslie their been home employed here Sunday.returned to AGENT FOR

Fountain made a business H. J. Cox and son of Baldwin :,

; :j MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE trip to Palatka Friday. were visitors here Saturday after. TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.


'. Passenger traffic at the Buffalo noon.Mra.. L. H. Futch and Mra BETTER QUALITY FERTILIZERS

jG,. -.oIL l+urv municipal airport was approximately Blanche Edwards were shopping AT POPULAR
rI ST.\ltKE twice as heavy in 1935 as In Jacksonville Saturday. PRICES-SEE ME BEFORE BUYING
t'LORID.\ It
was during the previous year. Dr. and Mrs G. W. Brown of
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I Mias Margaret Lowry, !spent! the C S. M '>ett and H. H. Green, of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Funnel spent C1TIWt: U tTTt'li Pallbearers were T. Edwards Robert -

week-end in Gainesville! as the Cartel'svllle. Ga., and Mr, .1 I C I Sunday in Orlando.Mr. Funeral services fur George; / I> Blanchard O. J Phillips., E.
guest of !Miss Elaine Marwick. DuBono, of College Park Ga, were I __ Fetch 69, a farmer of Luvvtey. Johns, Clyde Johns and Ernest

Bits of I Ir' -- guests of Mr. and Mrs.: "! C. F. Ward and Mrs J. Flake were visIting were held. Monday afternoon at two Wells. Funeral arrangements were
Miss Caroline Hutto of Monticel- Tuesday and Wednesday. In Jacksonville Saturday.J. o'clock In the DeWltt C. Jones in charge of DeWitt C Jones

lo spent the week-end with her chapel. The services were con- .--
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wanura of A. Douglas of Brooker was a ducted by the Rev. Paul Jewett. Fog horns In operation on UK-
w b local Nev Mounds, 111., are guests of Mr. and business visitor here Wednesday. Interment wntt at the Lawtey cemetery trans-Atlantic liners Bremen and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barbour and Mrs. Titus Olsen and Miss Ruby --- Europe weigh about a tun.
son of Jacksonville were here Mon- Lllley. Mrs. Wanura is a sister of
Futch born at Ral-
AND Tommy Cason was visiting George was
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE. BUSINESS day visiting Mrs. Carrie Ritch. Mrs. Olsen and Miss Lllley. friends in Ralford Sunday.J. fop,!. December 15. 1S69 of Mlkell

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN and Lydia Futch. In December
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen Mrs. O. L. Beasley has two rows H. Fields of Lake City pvnt 1806, he married Virginia Sweat REALEST.ATE
Griffin of St. Augustine were of choice tulips blooming in her Sunday here with his family. who survives him together with
guests of Mrs. E. L. Biggs Sunday. front which have attracted
.. yaid five children, E. M. Flitch of Law-
I much favorable comment aa these tey. Mrs. E. M. Gunter of West
;V'I r;: Mary Lee Wynn spentuesddy Mrs. Glenn Wood is visiting her Miss Madge Middleton and Mar- flowers, originally from Hollan,1.are Miss Ethel Ricks of Highlandwas Palm Beach, Mrs. It. G. Lanier, of IF YOU WANT TO
mother Mrs. George B. Flynn, inClermont. Middleton the visiting friends here Wednes-
Sue
t" t In Jacksonville. jorie spent unusual in our state. day. Miami, Mrs. J. II. Revel alm of BUY SELL OR RENT |
week-end in Jacksonville with rel-
Miami and Mrs. W. P Smith of SEE US-
1B E. W Hayes, Jr.:: spent the atives. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Keller had MrV.. M. Wimberly and PeLnnd. One brother Silos Futch,
and Miss Dorothy
in Jacksonville. Mrs Alma Bain as their guests for the week-end daughter, Freddy, were visiting in and two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Brltt, WILSONREALTY
Sapp were visitors In Gainesville Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Murphree
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Broeman and Highland Wednesday. Macclenny, and Mrs. Eugenia
\' of.the State Farm and Mrs. H. B.
Mr, and Mrs C. G. Priest spent Tuesday.The son, Stuart, and Frank Connor, all CO.
McLendon spent Tuesday in Jack- Muse, Orlando, alao survive
afternoon in Gainesville.Miss of Atlanta. Mr.
Monday Broeman is
Star will meet Mon- sonville. president Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and Mr. Futch died Sunday In his ,. ,
Eastern 7:30 o'clock in the of the American Bakeries Co. children of Jacksonville were visitors home following a lingering IIlneR8. ""'.: ;::: .c :__ "- M :. ':,,' ,if-, ,',,,
i Ernestine Buddlngton spent day night at with headquarters in Atlanta.
Tuesday afternoon In Gainesville. Masonic Hall. Mrs. Mae Jones and Ernest Dow- here during the week. -- -- ------- -- .
ling of Jacksonville were guestsof
Buford of Groveland spent Mrs. Cora Carpenter of New Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Luther Powell and Billy Mi's. A. F. Sauls! spent Wednes-

[week-end C. here with his family. ton, N. C.. is the house guest of Wednesday. Powell spent Sunday In Clermont day and Thursday In Jacksonville AIR CIRCUS
FREE
Mrs. J. H. Fields. with Mr. and Mrs. George B. as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. SEE THE

Jimmie a student at Flynn. They .were\rCCompanled:
Seymour:
Norton
{Mrs. E S. Matthews and E. L.
{Matthews spent Monday In Jacksonville Supt. A. J. Griff and J. F. Ha. I i the University of Florida, spent home by Mrs. FlorenceEmma Ca- STARKE AIRPORT
zen were business visitors in Jacksonville the week-end here with his fa'her nova who had spent several days Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. L. J.
Tuesday. John Seymour.Mr. with Mra. Flynn. Green and daughter, Judy, Mrs. L WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3RD.
D. Keller and son Leo, Jr., pont
Z. Adkins
Judge and Mrs A.
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and daughter, and Mrs. W. E. Bryant Misa Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of Thursday in Jacksonville.
spent Tuesday at Glenn St. Mary's STINT FLYING I',\\riH'TE JUMP ONE: :MILE IIIUII
[nursery. Edna, spent Saturday afternoon In Dorothy Noegel, and Miss Pauline Jacksonville, were dinner guests I
Lake City shopping.Mr. Tumlin spent Sunday afternoon In Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- Mr. and Mrs. M. Mejetta, who
D. A. Monteith of Belle GladePipent Gainesville.Mr. low. The occasion was Mr. Uglow's I have ben occupying one of Mrs.Hull's Day and Night Passenger Flights

the week-end here with his and Mrs. C. A. Knight and I seventy-ninth birthday anlveraary apartments, have recently
'ffamlly. Mrs. J. P. Warren were in Jack- and Mrs. A. H. Hall were and Mr. and Mrs. McDowell's twen moved to Jacksonville. IV A il\NT TIU MOTOR PLANE. THE BIO PLANE IS 72
'i FEET: \\'IIE. UKK1IIM I 1O.IOO POUNDS!!, AND COST!! 2.500.OO.
business to Atlanta, Ga.,
,.; sonville Friday morning.Mr. on a trip ty-fifth wedding anniversary.
IS 1'0\\En En WITH TIIKKK 220 IIP L\('UIINnIOTUltS: !
Mrs. W. J. Epperson has her
and Ala., Mondayand as
Birmingham
;!WJG. Halle of West Palm Beach \\lllfll CONSUME! : FORTY UAI.LONN OF SUPKR SHELL
I "pent.the week-end here with his and Mrs. J. C. Garner and Tuesday. Miss Lulu Redgrave and Miss guests. Miss Lully Dillaberry andC. O.\ UUSF. PER IIOI'K.
i family. son Johnnie, visited 'in Lake. City Hope Haynes will leave today for O. Ritch of St. Petersburg and
.,'r., over the week-end. Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Tampa where they will visit Miss I Mrs. Carrie Powell of Lakeland Long Day Flights $1.00

Austin Smith of Sampson City daughter, Jean, spent the weekendin Redgrave's sister! Mrs. J. A. Mar-
epentlthe week-end with Lyle An Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Jasper as guests of :Mr. and tinez, for several days. While in The Ladies' Auxiliary of St.Mark's Long Night Flights $1.50

derson. daughters Shirley and Betty spent Mrs. :M. W. Morrow. Tampa Mills Haynes and Miss Red Episcopal Church will meet
I the week-end In Lake City. grave will attend the Gasparllla Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock However !get a free eoiirteny ticket from J. \V. Andrew. Jr. your
Mrs and Mrs C. J. Powell spent Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and Miss celebration. at the home of Mrs. O. L,Beasley.Mr. Ford dealer. ', or any MIIMT! | "Shell gasoline station mid two Moplr

the week-end in Valdosta, Ga., with Misa Lois Long of Jacksonville Anna VaLant of Hastings spent fly for tip price of one. Get jour ticket now.
relatives. spent the week-end here with her the week-end here with Mr. and and Mrs. Nelson Baker and
mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs. G. A. Gardiner. Captain and Mrs. J. W. McNeer Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Drummond, of
of Minden, La., spent Wednesday Fullerton Canada, were week-end Excursion flights over Jacksonville $3.75

Mrs. W. B. Parks, :Miss Kitty Mr. and Mrs. John D. Grew of and night with Mrs. McNeer's slater/! guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- Flights in the Stunt Plane $1.00
i brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
.. Hogsed, and L'Etta Corpening Jacksonville spent the week-end low.
Marcus F. Brown Mr.
spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Mrs. here with Mrs. Grew's parents, Mr. Thursday ----- FREE: ADMISSION!! TO TilE F1F.I.I). SEE: THE STUNT
:: and Mrs. Brown and their guest Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,
/ and Mrs. James Lamb. Andrews, Jr. FL'INU \PAKACIIUTK LEAP.
a L. A. Davis, Mrs. O. L. went to Tampa to upend a day and and Buddy Andrews have returned,

l Beasley, and Mrs. J. L Frazee Mrs. L. S. Hutto, financial secre- night. to their home after spending\ several Eat with the uiliitor at the Orange Blossom Calf,
spent Thursday in Jacksonville. tary, requests that all members of days In Miami. Mr Andrews the Iwwt place In Stark to ..a'. Get courtesy ticket
. ,-.r; the local Woodmen Circle pay their Among those attending the i I attended the Ford Deulers' meeting there.

Studio Mrs. Walter Bryan and Mrs. dues promptly.Mr. Zimballst Concert, sponsored by I' .
:t Uprights Charles Felix of Tampa are guests the Civic Music Association of I

i ,and Grand Pianos of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Willama. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and Gainesville, last Thursday night In Ir r ., _-- .=._ -I ___ __, .. n _' ____.. ._,P""
'" children of Gainesville spent Sun Gainesville were Mrs L. A.
4%;i.;:." ALSOGUARANTEED Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyl....Miss day here with Mr. Canova'a mother va, Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere, cano-I DRIED FRUITS IIOMEMADBSYRUP:
\'v:: USED S. Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. I PRUNES TIP
Pat Lamb and Miss Dolly Lamb Mrs. E. E. Canova. TOP GROCERY
PIANOS spent Sunday In Jacksonville. McLendon, Mrs. H. V. Knight Mrs.D. S LBS. 18oPEACHES

A Price for every Pocketbook ------- Mrs. O, L. Beasley and Mrs. J. E. Knight, and Mrs. A. M. Dar-

LILLIAN'S Mra. W. P. Smith has invited theWoman's W. Kincaid will spend the week by. O. II. NASU'ORTIIOwner and Operator
,: 2 HIS. 25c
.d Christian TemperanceUnion end In Tampa with their parents, Qt Bot. 15cPancake
".}MUSIC STORE for their regular weekly Mr. and Mrs. A. C. DUrden. Miss Lois Adkins, who Is a student APPLES FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
meeting on Friday afternoon. The at the. Florida State Collegefor I LII. I SoAPRICOTS
:
Florida Theatre ,
,;,&;:; Opp.GAINESVILLE. meeting Is anticipated with Inter- Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Women, Tallahassee, will spend EVERYONE IS INVITED

est and pleasure. Ocala spent the week-end here the week-end here with her parents I LB. 20 .
. .. Flour lOc
with her sister and brother-in-law, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- I ":':. : ,, .. ..:_:::: ',' .: '''. .._:: :: .,'
NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown. klna. Miss Adkins will have asher I
guest, Mlas Lucile Smoak of i FANCY YORK NLI'Ei) COLD ((11AM)
e I have always been one of those Miss Evelyn Stump a memberof Tampa, who Is also a student at ONIONS
;'" lever the faculty of the High Springs the F. S. C. W. II APPLES BOLOGNA 2Lbs. 25c

school, spent Sunday here with her
I TOI' .PI<< COUNTRY
; t my back yard got full of water. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. The Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Austinof 4 Lbs. lOc 5 Lb. 25C -
Benson Springs are guests of
: But after !seeing some of the pictures Mrs. A. Z. Adklns left today for their daughter and son-in-law, the SAUSAGETIP Lb. 25c

I of this latest flood I have Jacksonville where she will visit Rev. and Mrs. B. M. ''Montgomery. SWEET "ICI'SII: .

made up my mind tout no matter her sister Mrs. J. L. Wilkes, fora Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery -

I I how much It rains from now on Ialn.t few days. Bishops'and Crusade their guests In Jacksonville attended the POTATOES CABBAGE STEWEBEEF Lb. lOc

I gonna say nary a word. Let's Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and 5 Lbs. '.ONI) h ORNFRESIi
2c
g all dig In and help them as muchas son, Kasper, and R. F. Theis spent OLD JOHN "' ....:..:P.. 'noon. NOW tOe Lb.
ll. Hail Thl lift.OM .- !'.". CHEESE Lb. 25c
we can. Sunday In Gainesville with Mr. and John 8ny, "1 hail to get up 6
Mrs. T. E. Duncan.Mr. or 8 limn every night' Thin bluilder -
Irritation causal 'ro8<|uent tletlrv, ORANGES "UINU: FAT TESUEIC FL\-SIRLOIN''
KottlriK up nlKhtn, burning, and
and Mrs. F. F. Flume had backache I fluxlx-il. out enema. TOMATOES
arid and STEAK Lb. 25c
CLEAN SWEEP pnlHunif with green
their for
as guests the week-end tablet made from buchu.tI"I leaven, I i Doz. tOe
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and Juniper oil, etc. Just nay Huke. to 2 Lbs. t5e "
TICT TillS TENIJI'It FLt\.
youfdruKglHt. Art"r. days If not I
Elizabeth of Jackson-
daughter ,
pleHHHd ha will refund' your ito 1 >
( ville. purr reel better after that flushing I ] Celery, ea. lOc Beans, Lb. 10e CHUCK STEAK Lb. IIIhcI
and I gel my regular aleepl' Mltch-
FALL VALUES .ir. Drug HtorRITZ .. I
,1 Mp T. M. Tlmherlake of Staunton,
l n I Va.. and New York and Mrs. Henry -
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p) TO Harris/! of Anderson, Ind., are i I ,\ D.\I.LUOS-SEI.F RISING FOLKS TillS IS A LOW PRICE': ..
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. THEATRESTARKE & LRS. It LIIS. 21,LBS



(DRESSES $4.95 Thursday Stump.Mrs. N. and D. Friday Wainwright in Jackson spent PROGRAM I' I Flour 20c 39c 75ci


f os S.\LE ville as guest of her son and

q'l daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. FKII..\\'. JAN. 20TII. I i
M. Wainwright.Dr. I
SILK "The Captain's Kid"Sible ANY BRAND YOIT WANT

: $2.98 and Mrs. W. E. Middleton JUHOH .May Rolmon FANCY RICE 5 Lbs. 22c

had as their guests Sunday Mr. MILK Tall can 7c
: and Mrs. E L. Mlddleton Mrs. S.TIlUU.J.S: 30TII.DOUBLE .
.' I> Mae Jones and Gerald Middleton, .
FEATURE"Trailing -
i I''; COTTON ,ALL all of Jacksonville. West"Dick PURE LARD 2 Lbs. 25c SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

Mrs. H. L Brownlee has returned ForanAND I II

to her home after spending sev- MEAL W. G.10 Lbs. 25c Bakers Cocoa Lb. Can 15c I I'I
$1.98 eral days in Jacksonville as the "Mr. Cinderella"ALSO I ,
; I guest of her daughter and son-in-
c' f SERIAL
PRINTS law, the Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith. Best Side Bacon, Lb. 19c Cup & Saucer 3 Min. Oats 25c

I HUN.-MON., JAN. SI-FEB. 1 'I !
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight and '

COTTONS Mlas Lorrell Bennett will spend : "Pennies From Fat Boiling Bacon, Lb. 121/2c SMO. BACON Lb. 20c !
the week-end In Monticello as I Heaven" I

\ guests of Mrs. Knight's brother SAFETY OR STRIKE ANYWHERE I II
ALL and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ring Crosby ,

$1.00AND C Shepard.Mrs. ..l. TUEH.-WED.:France Langford, FEB. 2-3 I MATCHES, lOc l Pk for 5c SALT 3 Boxes lOcPRINCEALBERTMn :

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S S. Dowling and daughter. -


MUST from guests. Jacksonville Nettle<*-)(rsr returned DowHng's'brotner-, where they Saturday were .."Walking Southern RaymondAnn On Air"Jene PURE COFFEE Lb. l lOc lOc l :


In-law and sister/ Mr. and Mrs.

er James Godbold. TIirRS.-FRI."Stowaway"With! ""ED.5 Corn Peas Or 3 25cBALLARD'S

Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Miss Dorothy Spinach cans :
Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Shirley Temple ,
F! $ :=-r= children, Charles Edward and John I
GO! $1.49 Benny, were visiting Mrs. T. A. SATURDAY, FEB. 8

Steele and Mrs. D. Moore in 'Last of the Warrens' FLOUR

-- Gainesville Sunday.Mrs. With Bob Steele I BANANAS I Ii

AND
E. S. Matthews Dr. and -
; IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S
Mrs. H. B. McLendon, and daughter. "The LeavenworthCase" I 5 Lbs. 31c; 10 Lbs. 59c

Jeanette, left Thursday for a II I. i 4 Lbs. 15c :
week's visit in Lake Worth as I .
H.\\K THE COUPONS
guests of Mrs. D. R. Edwards and SERIAL-COMEDY i I

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ST\RKE \STOR I Evans Mrs. Willie Jeff Masters, In the I let flay of .1.l i", ,,

,'FAG!: f j jLkH TIMBER OWNERS NEED I removal; title and means of settling sBn slr'1ar.t/RI1n' ME.ae/ j FORMER WRITES: NEW \EAR'S CREED, and John H. Boyles, Jr, all of Mid- 1117 Dated thin let day ,

WRITTEN AC.KEEMENTS disputes dleburg and one brother Richard (OFFICIAL:: SEAL)

\\IIEN r.J.KISGLES!! Under conditions of cutting ant C %V. Mathlson who was pastorof Boyles also of Mlddletourg. The A. J, THU.MAClerk of flic, i-uu'. r

removal provisions regarding duration the Methodist Church here Boree Funeral Home had charge of Bradford < < ',,,, ,

, TALLAHASSEE When you sell of the contract working the FARMERS SECTION many years ago and Is now stationed arrangements. 1-1-51--1-.10

f Umber or stumpuge put the termsof timber, diameter limits method of in Green Cove Springs has ---. NOTICK OF API-IK tliov-

;' the sale in writing whether the scaling merchantability degree of written an Inspiring article for the NEW HOMES: BOMBED: FOil T4X ttt.t; :n '
\' utilization and protection against Conducted by Demonstration Agents (Senate Hill No, teal:*,
Is the ,
small This
sale be large or new year a copy of which he sent MIAMIFire Inspector J. S, NOTICE IS HEREBY i : I I' ,

caution being Issued by the State Injury are put down. 11 to the Telegraph. We take plea- Dempsey expressed belief the van- C J. Powell holder of i r I \
Forest which Is frequently The Florida Forest Service will the : tlflcate No, 814, Issued. I h" -, ;
Service .".....-.- sure In presenting following dalism of six unfinished buildingswas August A. D. 1929. !has 'I 1"
asked to render assistance and be glad to furnish sample timber l.V -- New Year Ideals-The TropicalLife caused by labor trouble, as In- In my office and has mail, 'i I

advice :o both owners and forest sale contracts showing Important tlon for a tax deed tn: ,
J vestigation of bomb and acid thereon Said ..ertlfh II''. ,
products industries Involved In legal I provisions that should! be incorpo Hints To Housewives I RURAL The difficulty of life Is not that throwing continued. Three women the following described pi, 1,I' ""
disputes over cutting contracts rated. They point out that no the County of Bradfmi) ,'
death overtakes and devours it i were Injured slightly In one of the Florida. to-wit:
.,. which do not clearly state condi- single form of contract will fit all COMMON SENSE It Is not that friendships alto- four explosions when the vandals All Blocks. J. K. L. Rfxliif. ,jilltIon

tions. cases, but that the sample form from Home Demonstration to Starke In s"Ihe:;, | :
2fiir Weekly gether fail; struck almost simultaneously at Quarter. of Northw..t1"' ,'
: ,1, t Much trouble and financial loss can be adapted to different condi Specialist, TallahaaM L B, SPUDS JOHNSON It is not that hope becomes Invisibly wide-spread points Saturday night. South of Ninth Street, Rer, i ",n I ?.

8, ;!i: : have resulted from failures to put tions. To obtain the sample, simply Ser- pale. The total damage was estimated at I East.Township 6 South, HanJ. :.

terms of sale in writing They address Florida Forest CANDIES\ "I AM THE FARMER"The : more than $3 OO. 'The little evi- I The assessment of the '.i","i T'.
CITRUS It is tot that Joys altogethercease ;
under the ,
out that essential conditionsto vice, Tallahassee, Fla. city said cent' ,.
point What Is a more distinctive contribution farmer himself often does ; dence I have gathered; Dempseysaid sued was In the name ..r ,:, ,,,, v
{ be Inserted In a timber sale con Weller.Unless.
BETTEI ; t to the sweets desired by not stop to think Just what an Important It la not that endeavors are altogether "makes it look like it's labor said certificate shall it.,, ,

SH' tract are: Description and location The United States leads in cop- the family than home made candles > part he plays In the life : fruitless; trouble definitely a p parently deemed according"; to law thi, Drti,'
% 1 of pr production and takes sixty per candles how essential aimed at the lathers and arty described therein will J b- ,Id,;
w of the timber; price and manner from especially when these of the people about him, Life disappoints us because it plasterers. to the hlRhlnt bidder at Hi.. e'Ut.?,
cent of the copper exported; really is. ." louse door on the first
payment; conditions of cutting and are made with luscious Florida his occupation luxuriance.It M I> inlay ;
Chile not lacks tropical the: month of February I'M- wia
WhatIng citrus fruits. The urban dweller, however is the 1st., day of Februa< i 1'3-
unmindful of his debt to the farmer is not the life "more abundant" Britain's population Is expectedto Dated this 1st., day or .1.I ,' ,,'
or 1. citrus fruit can.dice
[ BIG CROP The following 1937
ARMOtmS Ir.w of Christ's ideal.
} anyway, i; FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER N..O t..r .t.ela. ,.. are recommended to you: an dof ten gives voice to his sen- reach its highest point this (OFFICIAL SEAL)
"'a'' .G
laepW ,... timents. The following by JamesP. It lacks fullness, roundness, com- A. J. THOMAS' ,
?
... i.nW. year.
i money MATERIALSBig Orange Fondant Clerk of Circuit r",," ,
There: Cub Discount to I.. A... Il..OIt"il.: ..:::... This, while\ not a new recipe, is McDonald, editor of the Star- pleteness.It Bradford County FoliAa;,,i '

i makingThe Commission Merchant and F'5: easily made, Is distinctive and always Tribune at Waverly Michigan, rises, Indeed; but not into the The word "tariff" Is derived 1.1.6t-1.8D

prix Farmers Associations .r.ep..OWL:::::::. ::.-:::=. popular. In addition, many sums up the case pretty well in the seventh heaven of delight.It from the Arabic "ta'rifa" which .VOTICK Of APPI.K llo\-

ing and J. L. IIARRELL Agent ::.1.:==If, pleasing variations may be made following words.I pulses, but its pulsations are means a notification or Inventory. I (Senate FOR TAX Hill IthKIl Mo. Kill

) Lawtey, Fla. from the one foundation formula. am the provider for all man feeble.It NOTICE IS HEREBY OJnTht.
productslble I kind- me every human beIng bears fruit, but not in tropical \OTKB OPFOR CPP1IC.t T10v C. J. Powell holder of Tacatea \ r' r., .
fo: 3 cups sugar upon i T'X HEED No. 526, 'Issued. the Til.. ,|u-,"
to 1 ....-. --.-.. 1-2 evaporated milk constantly depends. A world riot of luxuriant abundance.The (Ht>ns> ny : ,I., cup itself Is builded upon my toll, my New Year ideal should lead NOTICE: IS HEREBY; GIVEN 7th;, day of July A. D. 19)0: ",,1 i I i 11 I
means n; 2.3 cup orange Juice That! Mrs D. ETurner, holder or of Certificate. 629 ISSU.MI 'h.> -
cobetter 1-4 butter products> my honesty. toward the fullest, happiest life. Tax Certificate No. 402. Issued th2nd day of July A. D. 19.19.( !h",- ; ,.1 1\\
more cup Because of Industry America In spring time blossom, in sum- ., day of July, A. D. 1934, has same In my office and hex i<" ..I..I aI.
i Combine ingredients and cook my filed name In my office and has illcatlon for tax deed to n I ...'.
and ma nnouncement-- to soft ball when tried In cold wa- my country, leads the world. mer maturity, in fall harvest God made application for a tax deed to hereon. Said certlflrut, ,'1
maintained the face of Nature ha Untied thereon. Said certificate. the following deucriL,4 i nil..
Her prosperity is by has written on ,
to mak ter. Pour onto a buttered platter embraces the following described f.I In the County of Ui: .di r,: ;
more enToo l: and let cool until mixture retains me; her great commerce Is the the ideal of abundant life. property In the r-' rtol Bradford, State of Florida, to-wlt:

I' Stir work of my good hand; her balanceof He never meant that we should Plat of Florida, : Certificate No. 528 emhin?, _. I ,
made the Lots Five
dent Six
nt\ a by finger. Seven Eight of
Seven
trade springs from the fur live in the lower octaves of feeling; Block 4 J. O. Alvarea Additionto Eight of Block 11 Iti.ini" ,'
until Addition Starke
the ma( i I with a spatula or large spoon Atarice Section to In Xorthw":
rows of my farm. and purpose. He meant that we R 28 Townnhlp Quarter of Northwest. Qnai"t ii.i s(",
too llttl fondant is smooth and creamy. South. Range 22 Beet.The
of Ninth
to the f J? We have the most modern Cold Storageand Orange Creams: Roll fondant into My reaper brings food for today; should live in "thrills" and Intoxi- under aniiesiiment the paid of the certificate said property ln- 8 South Street Range Section 22 EastCertificate 2.* T.n" .

cultureI balls. Top each with a strip of my plow holds promise for tomor- cations stand upon the far eued was In the name of J. J. Bullen.Unlena No. S28 embiu, I.1 ,'
row. heights of endeavor and rise to the Bald certificate shall be redeemed Ten, Eleven Twelve, Thin"*, .
many' e< \\ Plant candled orange peel. Fourteen of Block C. Rising-
Meat Curing in Central Florida- according" to law the property \dd.(
conCIUB11farm Orange Nut Creams: Top fondant In war I am absolute; in peace full stature of a great manhood- described therein will be sold tlon to Starke, In NorthWfM t Qua,
) I am indispensable country's womanhood. He meant that we to the hlKhent bidder at the courthouse ter of Northwest Quarter, "?i nth I
half.
8i balls with pecan door Ninth Street Section 28 T<.\MI-II, r ,.'
the first Monday In ]
with modern smoke house in connection. surest defense and constant reli- should in the vocabulary of on ''
speak ;
farm oi a Orange Cream Dates: Stuff the month of March. 1837. which lathe South Range 22 East ,

quantlti( 1\\ stoned dates with balls of fon- ance.I delights.God Hated Int. day thla of 16th.March,/FJanuary.: braces 1-3 of All Certificate No riJ'i,, t
Block D HIMIIIJj'de
the soul of America purposed that no life shouldbe
,
We can dant. am very 1837. tlon/ to tftarke In Northwest t Qu.
Chocolate Orange Creams: Coat the hope of a race, the balance- lived in the low gray-glooms of (OFFICIAL SEAL ter of Northwest Quarter >" tory wh A. J. THOMAS, Ninth ,
Street Section 28 T..WI 1 i I'
profitatThere I NO INCREASE IN PRICESWe fondant balls with melted dipping wheel of civilization. sorrow; stumbling along paths of Clerk of Circuit Court of South, Range 22 East.

chocolate. When I prosper, men are happy difficulty; walking in shadows and Bradford 'ounty, Florida The Assessment of the sal pr' ;:. I
? 1-22-29-51-2-6-12-18 arty under the said Certificates
volved I Orange Coconut Creams: Knead > ; when I fail all the world suf- glooms.He 528, 528 and 1-3 of 629 ,Issued w"n\' t

coconut into fondant mixture. fers.I meant that you should havea NOTICE OP API'M('.4TIOV the name of John A, Curtis i."p''f 1
culture FOR TX DKF.IISenate lively 4
live with Nature, walk in the' great, wonderful, ecstatic, joy- <
.
trol of Shape Into balls. ( Bill V 103) Unless said certificateh.ll ", 1
;I Iud Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats green fields under the golden sun ous, glorious life. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 'redeemed according to lau "" ,
ruch as That Fouler Shi Smith, holder of
,.
pea And, here's another cake recipe: lights, out in the great alone where He made the Great White Way 11-19 of Tax Certificate No. 69, I..- sold property to the described highest therein bidder will at, t''' ;

;i. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE Special Sponge Cake brain and brawn and toil supplymankind's across the trail of life and blazoned cued the 6th. day of August A. I>, court-house door on the first 11x I, .. ,
rI 128 ha
filed game In office and
my day In the month of Februai\. IS J
primary need. And I try I Ito it with the dazzling lights of
3 has made
1 1FERT' eggs application for a tax deedto which Is the 1st., day of Feliruar
I A'' MU' I 1 cup sugar do my humble part to carry out revealed righteousness. He planted be Ixmied thereon Raid certificate 1937. ;
embraces the following deticrlhed Dated this 1st. of J,. ,,,'
day the of God. and little blue
4 tablespoons cold water great plan green grasses property In the County of 1937.

1 1Br 1-2 teaspoon lemon Juice Even the birds are my companIons violets and daisies, and caused the Bradford, State of Florida to-wit: (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
ICE & Northwent Quarter of North..tQUArt..r '
Com, ( r ffi 1 cup flour ; they greet me with a symphony lilies of the love of God to bloom A Southwest Quarter of A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit Cow t r, f '

..' ri 1 teaspoon baking powder > at the new day's dawn and white along its sloping shoulders.He Northeast Quarter North offlyer Bradford County Fluid
( Section 34 Townehlp 7 t-l-Iit.-l.BI
..... .\ 1-4 teaspoon salt chum with me 'til evening prayer made the music of chlldrens South 'Range 21 Kant, containing .

"{ 2 tablespoons melted butter Is said. voices to beglle the travellers along id Acres more or let*. SIIEKIFP'4 !SALE
The aae..ament of the said prop. NOTICE JS: HEREBY GIVEN, That l
j jJ COLD STORAGE CO. Beat egg until light: add sugar If It were not for me the treasures the way-melodies ineffable I erty under the Bald certificate In- I. A. O. Andreu as Sheriff of Bradford

of the earth would remain securely Its Way Stations are homes cued, wan In the name of E. J. Dowl- County Florida under and t;

== ,f. .beck. locked, the granaries wouldbe where rest and food await the toil- mar.Unleas said certificate ahall be red..m..d cutlon virtue Issued of that out certain of the Writ oflce of of,Ei and

J. L. GEORGE, MGR useless frames; man himself ers, so weary. He set up sanctuaries according" to law the property under the hand and seal of ,tr.
COLDS described therein will be Hold .
: Clerk of the Circuit Court of Brut
1' ; 666 would be doomed speedily to ex- where on the altitudes the to the highest bidder at the courthouse ford County Florida and benrlrl

Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. and tinction or decay. worshippers could find God; where"information" door on the drat Monday In date the 4th day September: A. P
the month of March, which Uthe 1936 on that certain deflcleno: d,-
FEVERLIQUID Through me is produced the en- answers from a 1st. day of March, 9Nh: cree made and entered by the, He
ergy that maintains the spark of Guide-Book all the questions about Hated thla 16th day of January A. Z. Adklna aa Judge of the ( Ircu'
Gainesville Florida TABLETS first day 1937 Court of the Eighth Judicial Circe'of
ALVR :NOSH Headache. SO life.I. the Way and the Land; altitudes (OFFICIAL SEAL) Florida In and for Bradford

St.i DROP. Ml.. oTry rise with the early dawn and where you can look over the hap A. J. THOMAS Circuit County In Chancery In that "er.
MyTI.-W..14''. Beet Clerk of Court of lain foreclosure of mortgage wherIn -
___ ___ ____ Llejlsseat retire when the "chores" of the py valleys, and scan the past and Bradford County Florida. The Federal and Bank of CnluT ,
n
t world are done.I anticipate the future and see 12229612612.19'OTICK his a corporation. Is plaintiff and
Moyera Hough Et. Al. defendants
are
am your friend. down the avenues of star-girt > OP APPLICATIONFOR : I which sold deficiency decrivof

I am the farmer. aisles visions of angel faces and TAX DEED. record In Chancery Order Book
19eaale Hitt '
vo 1A31
page. 106 of the public records
beckoning hands, all radiant with I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Bradford County Florida. I have 1 I'>
I 1dI and continue beating. Sift flour light. 1 f. J. Powell, holder of Tax Certificate led upon the following described
No. 362, liHued the 3rd day of lands of the said defendant Moycn
i 1 once before measuring. Add flour, I Why should not the New Year's August A D. 19.11, haP filed name Hough lying and being In Bradford)

FLORIDA &MYS baking powder and salt which Ideal be that to find this richer, In my office and has made application County Florida and will on Monde!'
for tax deed to (
have been sifted together. Fold a be Issued the 1st. day of February A. O 1SJ''
fuller sweeter and thereon. Said certificate embracea
more gloriouslife during the legal hours of sale thereon
: I In melted butter and bake in a ? the following described property In sell the said lands at public 'n:'
d well the County of Bradford State of cry at the South door of the CourtHouse
greased and floured cake tin.
Put color enough into friend- Florida to-wit: of Bradford County In Stark-
Bake In moderate oven in deep ships to make them visible. Lou One Two of Block C, FinIng's Florida to the highest and best hi'.
Heighten
Addition to Stark., In
:/IBB FOBD DA.-YB cake pan 9 inches In diameter. brighten and glorify the lovesof Northwest Quarter of Northw.atQuar..r der One for acre cash In to-wit NE corner: of NE'',

When cake Is taken from oven, the heart. Routh of Ninth Street, of NELi of Section 22 and the

va cool and split into two layers. Quicken the Joy of the greetings.Let Range Section 22 28 East.Township 6 South, "f.'haYl i'tEo: of SEVi of 7 Section RouthRang.

Place orange filling between the radiance mark the The assessment of the said property 20 East; also a one-sixth
reverence under the said certificate .Issued undivided Interest In EM of
layers. raptures of your worship wee In the name of J. C. FoiHpell. SWU and NW>4 of SWtt and
1 When ready to serve, cover top I Rejoice and trlump and shout deemed Unless said certificate' shall be re SWiJ of NW14 In Section 13 and
according to law, the
property EH of NEt of Section
and sides with whipped cream and and love and think and praise and described therein will be sold 14, and NE 4 of :::'ton! 2. all in ,
then sprinkle with grated orange to the highest. bidder at the courthouse Township 7 South Range 2"
and
< hope dream and dare and door on the first :Monday: In East.
rind. find life of Christ's ideal. the month of February 1937, which A. O ANDREU
3k I. of February, 137. Sheriff
rjw ri.J"h1Yl
The dog's-head butterfly has an t, day of January, Bradford County FI"r.d i JOHN HARLEM BOYLES 1937. l-l-St-.130OTirB
almost exact likeness of a dog on (OFFICIAL SEAL) _
each front wing. John Harley Boyles, 66, a native A. J. THOMAS N OP APFMC\TIO\
of South Carolina and resident of Clerk of Circuit Court of FOR TAX DEED

y'y -- Florida for twenty-five diedIn Bradford County. Florida. l.enate Bill >o. Ifl tNOTICE
,
years 11.5t180
'
t IS HEREBY GIVES:; 1 r'
his home at Middleburg last C. J. Powell holder of Tax <'" I",">J' ,
Friday. Services were held in the NOTICE OF .*PPI.lr\TION cate No. 312. Issued the Mh FOR Ttt nEED Angus, A. D. 1929 haa filed *nr"' "
First Baptist Church of Middle- ("ennte Bill "0. I"""3) my office and has n Plh r: '
nr NIH NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, That for a tax deed. to be Issued Hi;: ,
burg afternoon .
Saturday with G.
C. J. Powell holder of Tax Certificate Maid: certificate embraces the f"I''',"'.
A. Prevatt assisted by J. A. Saun- No 360 Issued the 3rd day of Ing described property In the .
4-'E' ( C.r..1 "osldv0f1r ders In charge. Burial was In the August A D. 1931. ha. filed same ty of Bradford, State of Florid i. '
V In my office and has made application wit:
i __ .r.tlo. st 1.- Boyles family lot at the Middle- for a tax deed to be Issued Lots Four, Six Nine, Elev.. (
,
y .anus ..... thereon. '
1 I burg Said certificate embrace Block B, RIslnRS Addition
1 p.,.. BIG nr.71DEND. cemetery the following described' property Inthe Starke In Northwest" Quart rNorthw..t
!.. Active pallbearers were 1.. E. County of Bradford State of Quarter South '
r Gnann Florida to-wit: Ninth Street! Section 28 Ton
I As Carlyle Frisbee, Lester Lots One Two Three, Twelveof I ..hip' South.-KanK, 22 East
4 Frisbee, Joe Austin, Milford Sat n- Block P, Rlolng'a. Addition to The assessment of the void 1". (I': .
Starke' in Northwest.Quarter of erty under the said certlfh ate, "
a ders and A. T. Robinson. .
Hono ;::,:.t."t7oc" ;: Quarter South of ed wan In the name of Mr*. Ti'. "'
h6
r rary pallbearers were J. R. Glea- 28 Township Levlton. .
1
''L South' Range 22 East. Unless said certificate shall i,,' "
R. B.
son
Haddox Jim
f.L Frevatt The assessment. of the said property deemed. according to law the P"'fj' ,
and John Sikes.Survivors under the said certificate Issued erty described therein will ". ,- ,
4 *. of the deceased wall In the name of Mra. Cell to the highest. bidder at th' h"' '
are Carter. house door on the first Monday: ]n
i his widow, Mrs. J. H. Boyles, and Unless said certificate shall be the month of February 1937. *IK'la '
w! t six children, Mrs. Eddie redeemed. according to law the the 1st day of February 19f?
Sharpe property described therein will be this 1st, day of Jaruan'r
So many places to go, BO many things improved to give finer performance and Max, Lucy Carvart of Geor- sold to the highest bidder at thecourthouse 19rrted
door on the first Mon (OFFICIAL SEAL)
II to do, so much to see in Florida. And and greater economy. Or, at the low I gia, Mrs. Alice Sharpe Mrs. Mamie day In the month of February, 1937 A. J. THOMAS,
which la the let day of February, Clerk of Circuit Court of
on Florida highway and byway you eat Ford price in year, you ean 193 T. Bradford County, Florida]
Dated this 1st, day of January l-l-St-1-30 _
will see 1937 Ford V-8s in enrlntboo front several models equipped FUNERAL DIRECTORMy 1937 --
OFFICIAL SEAL) NOTICE OF APPMCAT10V
creasing number* -for DO trip seem with the new thrifty 60" V-8 which A. J THOMAS FOR TAX DEED
Many Tears Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to ReGder Clerk of circuit Court of (Senate) Bill a'.. .03))

j Jung or expensive in this l modern ur. I. setting record. for outstanding EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 1It..laO Bradford County, Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TM:

t :The Ford V-8 place all of Florida4 gasoline mileage 'Whichever you MODERATE PRICES C.cate J.No.Powell 361., (Issued holder the of Tax 3rd".c..rtlflj>
:NOTICE: APPLICATION: b. >aIn n<
DeWITT C. JONES August A. ,1931. has filed
I I, I varied attraction at your fingertip! choose yon get the same big, roomy, FOR TAX DEED and haa made aPPM"": ,
I Starke, Florida NOTICE es>s>te Rill "' .. 1413) tlon torn tax deed to be '"SU.;
t and hring added pleasure to three comfortable car all-steel body Ruth Lawrence It' HEKEBt 1VEN. That thereon. Said certificate emb-'->
\ holder of Tax Cer the property
following described
.", f"&F Ii :i. golden, sundrenched day. safety glass all round at no extra of tificate July No.A. D.619,1934.Issued has the filed 2nd same day the Florida County.of, to-wlt Bradford, Stat 't


( I; n '. And now you have a choice of too charge. new easy action safety Lion In my for office a tax and deed has to made be applica Issued' Lots Ing' Five Addition Ten of to Block Stark B Bis-',""'

& : :V.8..nglnHIYoa 1 can have any model Lrtltiey TIlE QUALITY CAR IN| For Expert RepairingSmith's the the thereon.following Raid. described certificate. property embracea In Northwest South Quarter of Ninth of Northw"Quarter Sf". .;,

County of Bradford State of South
with the famous 85" V.8 further LOW-PRICE Florida, Section 28 Township a
i.i' ;THE FIELD. to..1t1North.t Range 22 Ea.t.
Quarter of Northeast The assessment of the said Praf,
c J 1: Quarter 01'o Acres In Northeast arty under the said certificate .-- ,'"

.,', '.\ Visit r.rd FUrlda Corner Quarter was In the name of D. C. JonfUnless ,.
lEap..ltl.nAt Northeast Quarter Section 14 said certificate shall 1 l"' '
GaragePhone Township. a South Range 22 deemed according to law, the pro'
I ( MI..IILl '
l East Containing 42 Acr.., More .
,. I.... erty described therein will be sold .
or the' highest I bidder at the i '
t 0'' IL; I The assessment. of the said. prop house door on the first MondaS': '
:' erty under the said certificate !leau the month of February, 1917 wI }

NEW FORD V'8 FOB 1937 120 ed m.r.Un waa I...In said the certificate name of shall L. O.be Wet.r.. I Is 1817.the e1.tth day. 1st.ot day' UY.i.I 1"' ".*'


Wrecker Service Day Night deemed according to law the property ,. (OFFICIAL PEAL)
or described tliereln will be cold A. J THOMAS .
to the.. highest bidder at the court. I I Clerk of Circuit Court
.
., the month ofnFebruary, 1 J7.awhich t-t.at.-l-U Bradford County Florid





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SAY. JANVARY 20. 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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- t KE CIICKCU DIRECTORY tgaln in sudden nuscnievousncss ,v..nt t t.> know what KO.HR on he Hollo m;>' sweaid< Gill end I -- -- --- ---- -

CIIt'RCHlev. 11JB l I After all, a girl should listen to we'ntt, and ray girl' matted 1 to put! his aim .iiound heibif I TI1ERESSA
BAPTIST
., 1ST ht-t husband' I ""hut, i did you expei"t No; man l .'I'"- he notu. rd,(I HngJot..ty( looking. I I1 thee Ituth /elgler I orrrHpondrntMr
C. U. Price. Puator I Dill. warned : rw.eIi! be n 1"\" coiilil be around a beautiful girl' .it t a them I in I n'i't''lu leizi* imiiirement I

',,.,' ay School. 10 clock a. m.. i "\ ah Wincn," I like Gladys and not fall in love I 11.s han.la tIi''Pi'1 'onna.' laughed and !Irs Rlc'h Hi.. hair1300! ::

.i iomas. Supt. I' '2.ADAPYIS 2. :, .. : 'It wont be tlii first, And 1 I' Haggerty sprung up from his I WaycrctsH.. Ga, wenrecent

:' ilng Worship, 11 a. m. LA ',. 17" ILtI3IUS Ion, buy any I'l.iu that will send! chair, "You dirty; double-crossing "Oh this Is Mr. Haggerty of the guests of the latter'a. aunt Mrs.
P. U, 7:15: p, m. ; I .iii. to jail: She smiled as though I should have known you'd New York Star She drew Bill Rosa Constantine

'" ,Ing Worship, 7:30: p. m. MITCI4ILLcQ pleased and intrigued at her chisel! She may be your wife. but forward possessively. "Mr. Chand B, A Martin and P M H< .,iof'

.' ", Teachers Meeting Wednes- eIA.MTLQ'Q1PWYH'MAY.R A- thought "I bought a plan to look she's engaged to me!" ler." Gainesville were visiting ('I\'I land

pb J45 p. m. $ II i married! Let's dance some more." "Then why didn't you marry "Not Mr. William Chandler, the Neal Sunday afternoon

;'._reek Prayer service Wed- SYNOPSIS-Bill Chandler hired I She held out her arms. her?" writer?" said Haggerty delightedly. Mr and Mra. Jessie AitkniH and

730; p m. I by Vlurren HaRgerty.: managing "It's pretty late --two o'clock-" I "Because I was a fool!" shouted Miss Nettle Kersey of Jacksonville

II editor of the New York Star to I "Oh. I could"Utince: all night- Haggerty. "But I'm going to now!" "Yes." murmured Bill unhappily. were visiting Mr, and !Mr H uHerspy ,

_ Methodist Church Ilfet the paper out of u $5,000.000: with my Blllikens," she said reverting Bill became serious plell.l.Ung'arren "I'm William Chandler Sunday afternoon

jeRe 0. M. Montgomery. Pastor.'Sunday suit for dander brought by Connie) j playfully) to their earlier : "\\ I beg of you For the "I'm just becoming familiar with Mr. and Mrs. John .Ionian and

School-10 a. m. .\lIenbur;)", wins the confidence of I pretended relationship. first time In my life I'm In love. your, work and I thought maybe children of blue Pond w"a'> visit
,'. Morning Worsnlp 1 a. m.JEpworth I the girl when her fal hf'rIn\ Itl'lI Bill rose to her mood pinchedher I've found the girl who means the you might do something for our Ing Mr. and Mrs. S R Swindell
" k League-6:45: p. m. Bill to his Adirondack lodge for cheek and said with mock ten- whole world to me-" paper." Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

\ [Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. fishing It was his purpo>> (after derness: "Oh. no my Fuzzy-Wuzzy "And It had to be my girl! You "Sorry but I have my hands II. E. Moore of South Miami

1'1' Yu are invited to all these services having got temporarily married HO needs her sleep-" quit playing at love and it had to full." said Bill with significant is visiting her parents Mr and

, I, his wife could bring suit for alienation She smiled at him flirtatiously. be my girl!" look at Haggerty. Mrs. C. A. Youngblooil

,.' I re"bj; .terlun Church of affections) to get Connie "You re cute when you do that." "You've got no kick. You n<-g- "Sorry no more work," saUl Mr. and. Mra. Arch Prevail and

I ,, ';j jI Rev._ George H. Lowry. Pastor Into the very; situation charged In Bill Ignored that assumption ofa I lected her-" Connie, taking B'U's aim. "'''hy. I children of Starke were visiting his

pr.; 1 aday Services: the \libelou notion but she appears tender relationship and completed "I neglectt'dVell., maybe only see him no,v. once a day- parents Mr. and Mrs. P B Pre-

I. |10:00 a. m. Sabbath School. to be such a natural. wholesome where, I was Allenbury a guest, his sentence: "So I'll say goodnight I have been upending too much well, maybe twice. Mr. Haggerty vatt Sunday.Mr. .

1&1 1:00 a. m. Morning Worship. girl In the mountain surroundings not Connie's.; I wall never alone I Mrs Chandler." He kissed time with the paper, but I did It came to discuss the case," and Mrs. Marlon Constan.

. 1 :30 p. m. Young People's Vesper that he goes out to Intercept his with her. You haven't a leg to i I her hand. surprised a soft look in for her I wanted her to be mar- "Oh, yps. the case, by all means," tine were visiting relatives and
Service. wife and Huggerty coming to get stand on. Take it easy Warren her eyes, and turned to leave. "I'm ried to a top man." babbled Bill unhappily. friends In Gainesville last week

Sermonette by Pastor. evidence for the suit.Chapter I'm getting a real 'In' with the out for some air." "All you care about Warren Is "And it s all settled." said Con- Mrs. Cleve Alford Is In Jackson-

[Midweek Service: family. working up to an open. "Air?" she repealed with a this paper. Well you've got that nie. villa where her laughter Beatrice,
:'r30 p. m. Mission Study. NineA and-shut case." blank expression. and I've got Gladys." "You're dropping the suit ?" asked Is seriously ill In a hospital there.
"Gladys will do as I She'll Bill The Key. IS. Bowers of
say. dixzily: \ Starke
- : |8:30: p. m. Prayer Service. NEW SLANT "We've got the cue now! snapped "Yes I can't sleep Insomnia
AT TilE BRiDE
start for Reno follow delivered
-no you'd
''Ii "Oh no but thanks to :Mr. Hag an Interesting sermon at
be at "
Haggerty. "Gladys Hay- He turned again to but
go her there. She'll get a divorce in social the ThereiuM. Christian
IRosewood Baptist Church gerty'a conscience, all the Church
den and
Hayden's office at nine in
:1"I. R.v. L. O. Hemingway, Pastor The dim figure advanced continuing the morning. I'll catch the noon stopped to explain: ""For three Yucatan. That's where she and employees will be taken care of I Sunday night Rev Bowers will
night I haven't
I Services every Sunday. Bible to wave his hand and uttering edltioa with the story of the suit." slept Simpson were split--In two weeks with (the $9,000,000 I shall. win from fill his next appointment Sunday
I. She advanced eagerly to htm. "I
"
"Shhhh!
a
[Study 10:19: a. m. Services at 3:30: warning "Listen by mall the Star. That's all he cared about.waAn't February 14.
." "Chandler!" cried Haggerty. Haggerty. pleaded Bill can fix that. My father used to "Look here Haggerty. don't It S. R. Swindell and
I [O'clock In afternoon. try Mr. Haggerty ? son Jimmie,
, "give me one week and I
"What InGladY8. guaranteeto have Insomnia and I'd rub his forehead "
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any tricks "Absolutely all!" cried Haggerty. were In Starke Saturday attending
[BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. reasured about her Jewel have!" Connie Allenbury In a real with cologne-like this." "And the Chandler divorce will "And now that you've been so to business.

J Rev. L. A. Donnler, Pastor ry cut in with a warm "Why spot She began to rub his brow sym be air-mall special delivery!" generous I'll say thanks and run Mr. and Mrs. Marion Constantine *
., .Services first William!" "Not a chance! She walked out pathetically a sweet and gentle expression "
; every Sunday. Feeling that Chandler had dou. along, were transacting buainesa la
t, School 2:3O "I had to on you twice. I'm beginning to I on her face, Bill was un- ble-crossed him In Jacksonville
i5 Sunday : p. m. atop you before you the Allenburylibel "But you spoke of other considerations last week
t:;]|$J Bible Study and Prayer Service got to the lodge" explained Bill. think you have lost your touch easy."I. \ suit as well as with Gladys ," said Connie. Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Zelgler had

" j every Saturday night. "Connie's gone. Left this morning. Goodnight, Gladys. Don't be late lIaggerty decided to try his Influ- "They don't matter nowJust ns I heir guests Sunday: Mrs Cora

She just came up to put the placeIn at the lawyer's" He wafted Gladys She stopped the rubbing abruptly. ence In persuading ConnIe to drop so long as those' poor men and Sulllvun and granddaughter! Myra -

_g Mark's Episcopal Church order." a kiss\ and hurried out. "I'll get the cologne." her action against the paper. lIe women don't starve. You've takena Moody of Waldo, Mrs J P.

I'a I '."; :Morning prayer and Sermon on "That great!" Jeered Haggerty. "That'sVarren for you" she "No." it's not that kind of Insom- called at the Allenbury home. Con. great load off my mind." Sullivan of Hampton; and Mrs J.
murmured "Crazy about me, but nia said Bill and went on in extravagant nie received him but listened n. Sullivan and children
the/second'; and fourth Sundays atllJaJhm. "And of course you wouldn't let coolly Hnggorty made a quick exit. .rimmie
Holy Communion Saints us know!" how he conceals it! But what s the explanation: "Some people carefully to his picas with a look ut Bill that made him canal Mary, of Tampalftt'fll.lIflN

,' Daya at 10 a. m. Litany and choir "They don't have telephones In matter with you ?" respond to a rub-a-dub on the "I appeal to your social con- realize the editor's impudence[ --.---

practice every Friday night at 7:30 the trout streams. By the time we "I can't make Haggerty out I forehead; others' drop off to music." sclrnre. Miss Allenbiny If von gu to telephone Gladys and bring her : '
.p..f rn3t i I but I'm a horse s-lioof man I through with this fnge it will t tliruu with a 'I Ifledivr, to find him with Sirs. .t'. A. 'I'i"r, | Corrrnpimdrnt
:,.." got through fishing it was too late : can understand his casting me to He got his hat and moved swift-

! ; < I I ly towards the (door thinking] \ it '-' i,r- I I :MHSI. | HtHHl, and Lol i Tyler
'
high time to make Ills escupr, I wi-n-, visiting tn Lawt af,
a; I Ihaven' ) Sunday
BOB JONES "The set up' crazy I We "A. what" she said!, staring at fft tti-i noon,

p'r a chance," I him .If,.. CrlffN of $tiir! )(,' was visit
r Comments On Here declared Bill. "Thnfs whut puts me to ,sleep ing 0) L lit'own Sunda.vMIHHOH .\
the sound of a horse's hoof thud
Tlieliua and Kilni Bryunt&
And Hereafter I "
I Hi ding on the pavement. were
visIting Miss Dulls Brown

I t Sunday
IIII """,Recently there came Into the Pr" iJies I Chapter Ten Mrs. W, M. Norman of Rising

I hands of the writer a university r J spent Sunday afternoon with her
( 0's!IC.VTr.D) LO1K .STOUV
brother and
magazine containing quotations j'A j siMter-ln-luw Mr and
Mis! W
fronts1 world-wide minister concerning A Tyler
';'' science and religion. The -q Ten days passed without Hag Mr and. Mrs Arthur ftlgdon of

m1n.ister. according to the report, j ;04 ::1, 4ii ; gerty's hearing anything from Bill Jacksonville wi-re the week-end
: Chandler and he
Jh !aldUn part "The spirit of reli- was fuming with guests of Mr Rlgtlon's parents Mr
glonlwithout the technique of science I angry impatience calling every and Mrs J J. RlgdonDRINK,
,will not do It (that Is, save place in New York where he

n., the. odern world), and the technique thought Bill might be found He
rai 4e barked Into the
telephone:
I of science without the drive ; ,
Bit: and passion and altruism and dy- "You re sure he's not at the Athletic P
anil ." S Club? Then try the Yale _, "Not Mr William Chan.
'r, namic and goal of religion I don'tthink '
rat can do It either. You have ,' .' : Club-.-call his apartment." #:; dler, the writer?" said 0

fly, : ''got.to have both." The writer has Allen his secretary waited until i I Haggeriv delightedly LAT
I dt heard for a lonir time that this I!, to stop you." the dogs for the paper, but when he hung up. "lIe's not at his. L _----' ,. '
''I( world-renowned- -minister is mod I "Well at least we had the ride. he does It to the woman he loves I apartment." he said. "Mrs. Chandler .

Ilf I didn't get to put on my act Why if he goes through with just called up. She's looking LUNCH
cfc'r 'ernistic. If the minister Is properly I SOO employees out of workmen Connie Allenbury lie must think I RECESS
.er quoted in the article to which we said the disgusted Gladys. this by night we'll all be in jail." for him too," I and women jobless walking the and act quickly if he WitS to forestall I
..r.ur., refer he is modernistic. There "Go back at once." said Bill. "If "I don't get you Bill. It's the I "That was Gladys on the 'phone I street hungry tired and cold I an alienation suit against AFTER SCHOOL
anyone sees you here we're cook. plan we ve had right along." Didn't tell her I here?"
you was
"doC 'l n't,one single thing that science driven to drink and ruin. It's my Connie lie assumed. great non
.;jcanjdo to save the modern world. ed. "We haven't enough evidence! If I "Yes but she wanted him She's fault, It was my mistake All chalance. STARKE COCA-COLA

k ,.Science can destroy the modern I Gladys opened the car door and we spring this the Allenburyn are >afraid he's offended at something my life I'll be faced with the "By this time tomorrow I'll be IIOTTLING CO.
, ;world and that Is what science Is said coyly: "And you come withus bound to smell a frame-up. And to she said this morning and wants knowledge that I wrecked BOO lives dining on Mhlpbonrd."

,1'bodrordt j getting ready to do. If the mln1 Bill" think. Haggerty would do this to to apologize" that's all I care about, Miss Al Connie was amazed. "Where do

cri : later had said that Christianity is || "I've got to stay with the old you -- a beautiful girl who loves "Gladys wants to apologize"! exclaimed :/ lenbury Those poor unfortunate you think you are going?" ENERGY and

,IE.* ; the only thing that can save us I man How would It look If I left him and is doing everything In the Haggerty unbelievingly, souls shouldn't suffer for my mistake Muni dinner with
93)) from the destructive power of'''in the middle of the night? world to You've put up with a "He was to meet her for lunch ," my publisher. RESISTANCEFROM
'" .. He's sailing on the Victoria the
'0' man's inventive genius and scientific -I "A fine lady-killer you turned lot kid. You're a girl 1 1n a million." but didn't show up. She's afraid "You're right. They shouldn't eighth." YOUR FOOD

'I.r'rk.. :4I accomplishments I would out to be!" blazed Haggerty an "And you don't know the tenthof there was an accident and wants suffer for your mistake," said Connie "
,I' have agreed with him. Science can I grily. "One glimpse of you and the It," said Gladys beginning to ua to try the morgue." pretending to be deeply moved "Why today's the eighth. WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT

light your room at night but It dame walks out!" be sorry for herself. "You don't "She never tried the morgue for "They must be taken care of" "No no tomorrow is the eighth -
RICO CltOia LIV.O.IIICO-Th.
cannot light the human heart in "That's not fair" protested believe all I've stood for! The first I me!" said Haggerty amazed at this Haggerty seized her hands In his. Friday the eighth, mild, Bill with m.lloln containing- "7 Iltrba Only of

the hour of sorrow. Science may Gladys. "He's Just not the type. night I met that guy he stood me revelation. "What's going on relief. "Heavens bless you Connie great ...*..urnnce. I Ton.s Haaltn."bladdr.Quickly el.an... .bowel.

r.I add to the physical comforts of "I couldn't very well hold her up for two hours and for what? A I here?" --)Miss Allenbury." "But today Is Friday the I colon. action. 8afljr luvIorat.s.tlmul.t 1.0....

I r.J I life but it has no message for a 'I against her will. You'd better go woman in New Jersey had quad "Maybe, he's working on the "And you for calling them to my eighth!" purirrlnliver tlpatlon. Hour Stomach.blU. ltvlns Inrtlwcatlon,.: Con

broken heart. Science represents now. I'll be back Monday morn- ruplets. And It's been like that wrong girl" suggested Allen. attention. I'll see to It personallythat "Good grief! And he has the contract :Hlllouin. ... Soa. AcldV'r, and

man' achievement. Salvation is Ing." ever since!" "The wrong girl? What are you the whole $3,000.000 goes Intoa waiting for me to sign! This :dlaordtra)tb... .tokanlnv which. may symptom quick. ..ftllliMf v..lr.a

Cod's accomplishment. The salvation "Don't hurry on our account.' "I know It's tough on a fine sensitive He was Interrupted by a trust fund for them!" Is terrible! I've got to see him! I Into mon* dannaroua dl....,'. O.tat
of the human Just voice from the must! th. p.,".. thar lap.* voitr flower
soul The boat sails from
dictograph Brooklyn
was bought I aa long as you are enjoying girl like you. askingfor "You mean "Haggerty could :IJ.C R.. Cr._ LI..O.M" sd.y.
with the blood which Jesus Christ yourself." "That's love for you! The thingsI the headline.: 'Fiend kills. barely utter the words "You're &goIng at eleven o'clock."

L.bed on the cross. i "I can't argue with you here. It'a could tell you-" Seven'," he shouted into It. ahead with the case!" "You can make It!" cried. Con

| a too dangerous But don't worry; "I want to hear all about It," "With Haggerty In the title nie. "1'1drive\ ;you Bill." I
I of I must to
"But course --
I'm ahead. Rome wasn't said role came the voice of Bill Chandler
getting Bill reaching for the 'phone.
Salvation Is a fact. God In His I take care of those men and "No no! I have my car! Don't
,Infinite wisdom baa formulated a built in a day." I "Let's have a bite to eat who stood in the doorway. He women!" poor miss your dinner I Insist!" I T* C.t Rid ., Acid
I "Yeah and It didn't advanced at Haggerty'a .nd fotonoti W..I.'Y
; cost five After supper was over Gladys raging .
'I plan by which He proposes the sal million either! Drive back to wanted to dance. She turned on the glare. "What's on your mind ?" "But. I. floundered Hag. Before she had a chance to argue kidney <..<.. .. k... ynM.wlpT
vation of lost men. The plan began him. _.ly a","". ...,
'I with Bill was at the door weeu j.r
f!Ir& the mind of God. If had town" Haggerty barked at the radio to a fox:/ trot .and they danc. "What's on yours?" demanded gerty. "But of course there are (real tee Me.d. If yoor kidney' /4
: man grabbed his hat and was out on the ....-.. ...
chauffeur ed. Gladys let her head fall Haggerty. "For ten days other considerations He broke 4I.S,4..4 I f.,1 .
on you
: ..
been the author of a plan of salvation before -- eBBi liapwttwe." thve may '..
he would have made eel.vaUon The managing editor of the Star Bill's shoulders and closed her haven't seen Connie Allenbury off at the sound of a voice In the steps the surprised butler .-. .. .. Ike waeta .,... ....*
could the door. -.-.. d5Irswe .
Bill Chandler entered open
was In Chandler' apartment wait have you? doorway. .,
depend man's achieve. eyes. .. '" tuqsenS eel.Sstl.s .
upon
';j, 1IIUInt. The religions of the world ing for him when Bill put In an "You dance divinely," she mur "No I haven't seen her for ten eyes only for Connie. (To Be Continued) er .....eMy.. .ke-. warelnc-.. ..aeaM kldaitr.
late Monday afternoon mured. days. So what? WIU get It Ten .... ..
appearance you .
** nl b.mb..4'p
say "Do and live. The religion Animal of toe deer family, such While In low should
car
gear a
..
I --- .... .....,
..,lot the Bible says "Live and do." and they were at once deep In such "Thanks. I hope Warren won't through your fat head that I'm is elk moose, and reindeer, have never be driven more than ten .... .g' .p .1...... ewIia- .. 41apJi...",_
4'1'ho aa argument that Gladys perchedon mind-our dancing this way." I working on her father and--" ... .. -II. -,,_ ...
know.
writer
enough about :antlers and shed them regularly. miles an hour; twenty-five milesan -
1iuman nature from years of experience the arm of a chair. pretendedto "Why?" said Gladys openingher "Can it. Chandler! I'm no fool. Cattle buffalo and antelope have hour should never be exceededIn I i :::aaaat M la heMer.. rely eaj a
act as referee. Haggerty want. eyes, "Oh you mean him." You could see her If you cared to =* the aaa ..* aevauye4daW >
, In contact with men to horns second > > eaj aeaMtalaa. lev ra know that the plan of salvation ed to go ahead with the suit for alienation Bill held her closer "But after ,but you've got other things on gear > ..._. Oee D...'. fiUm. A i ieada ......
outlined In the Bible did not start of affections on the ground all it a perfectly Innocent-juat ,.JVW',"... ..._lftA."-, v.V, "_ C..II..d__.'_. .._ _...._ n"t--. _nV_ -.el xlSall.M peeyleDOANS vS.SS.m.S4
that Bill after telling his bride he fun." the alienation suit Now I see why
with It Is God'a It
man. plan.
" I eoet the life blood of God'a Son. had been called to Washington had "Sure" sighed Gladys rapturously. ''you did It. Pretty soft for you- Beware The CoughI//I PILLS

,The spirit of God seals the contract Instead gone to the Adirondacks "Besides a girl can certainly I the paper pays the bill while you

and makes ua know we are children with Connie Allenbury. "We can't dance with her husband I .1 concentrate on the wrong girl."
of God. This plan of salvation miss Bill. It's a perfect setup." And you are my husband!" "Just a minute Haggerty said From a common cold I"I

Is extended to the universal world. "The set-up crazy! We haven'ta Bill blinked a bit at that. "Oh Bill, beginning to see light but he

Whosoever will may come. God chance" declared Bill. yes. Quite. And after all, it's our was cut off as the managing editor FLUDANGER
baa provided that which the human "At the end of the tentn roundt's last night-' answered the 'phone. That Hangs On i iI

' heart needs. Hia salvation Is by a draw" cut In Gladys Imitating Gladys stopped short in the "It's for you."
\ a radio announcer. dance and looked up at him. "Whatdo Bill took the 'phone listened for I ,
grace. The gift of God Is eternal I I NO matter ho'" many medicine heal the irritated tissues as tne : Stuffed up hadT C1oc..d a....'
"The girl was there in the ? The last time female voice
mountains to
life. :Men cannot buy salvation. you mean a an angry you have tried for your cough, chest germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and : Sure throat Neture'a warnlD* ta
They cannot pay for it after they with you wasn't she?" demanded "Why If you file suit tomorrow "Sorry but I was detained I 1 I cold or bronchial Irritation, you can expelled. Druggists also know the : .,"Look.,.u victim.Out", You With may ool get it. They must accept It by Haggerty. "What if It was I'll have to move out of here to can't I'm having dinner with get relief now with Creomulsion. effectiveness of Beechwood Creosote I : all around you don't amlannMr. your
faith. In the nail-pierced hand of only one night That'a enough! prove we're alienated. You know my publisher.' lie listened to an- ,I Creomulalon not only contains the and they rank Creomulslon : h.alth by nenlectIn -
.
to
soothing elements common many PI.U
: ymp
I You lied to trusting bride. I'm to miss other from the receiver, top for coughs because you get a I .
your going explosion tom Red
:'eaus. There is a pardon offeredto you. remedies; such as. Syrup of WhiLe real dose of Creosote In Creomulslon. : Cro.
all But this has you didn't go Washington.. You "And 111 miss you. too." caught Haggerty'n face In the mirror -I Pine Compound with Tar fluid extract I CaP Tonic I I. your
men. pardon emulsified so that It la palatable O beet filled lahelping
went to keep a rendezvous with "You're a swell kid Gladys. I watching him jealously The of licorice Boot fluid extract digestible and potent for to ward
no value to the one who will not of Wild Cherry and Menthol but going :
accept: It. the Allenbury girl." hate to let you be dragged Into all light of a new Idea shone In his I also baa fluid extract:: of Ipecac for to the very seat of the trouble I :' oft FLU.the aymptomaof ire S-
I "But her father was there!" pro- this mess tomorrow." eyes. He lowered his, voice, "I'll' be I I Its powerful phlegm loosening Creomulslon Is guaranteed satisfactory j : Way Action I. f..
tested Ball."Merely. I fluid extract of Cascara for In the treatment of cough I : mou. I. It I. an alkalIs. t. I1ont.I .
"You're not such a cluck your- home right after dinner and explain effect; I .
ly .
helpa keep bowele'
{ In the Basque museum BayOnne a blind. You come home lelf. Bill. Listen you don't wantme everything I can't talk !I Its mild laxative effect and, most chest colds and bronchial : I..... 4. Instantly open.a".....a. Eaate head-
France a clock with one Important of all. Beechwood Creo- tions and especially those Irrtta"j : ."-".. and palne H. Red 0.....*
from the week-end. You're cold to to start that suit. Do you?" now You know I do of sota Is perfectly blended with all ones that start with a : CAr Ton la nee STRONU bulldlmt
Jdlal tells the time all the
over your wife -- fight with her. Why Her hand toyed with his lapel and course About ten. Good-by. I of these to reach the source of the and hang on for dreadful : loiilo action .. Help, rebuild red
(world. 't'. In the bag! Aa neat a case for she raised limpid eyes to his He "That was Gladys." accused trouble from the Inside. Creomul nights thereafter. Even U other II I : blood li-mi eelle depend for on etrenatn one. .mod-t.Mt mutanoe.'
lion can be taken frequently and remedies have failed your druggist : .
-- alienation of affection I've n d C. Car Tonlo an.l
: aa ever I :overed her hand. Haggerty At Bill a nod he continued continuously by adults and children la authorized to guarantee Creomul- ,l thai told S we/f. XM at druadeta.ist at
K\ American Indiana used totem seen and we slap the suit on tomorrow "For your own sake no I : "Why didn't she talk tome with remarkable results. slon and to refund every cent of your I : '
|poles for tombstones as well as for !" don't. ?" I Thousands of doctors use Creo- money If you are not satisfied with ;: For crlnfc, prtrjutie* eel rhr, ..>..v .d*-
: f'f.... .. 1n cembuMlioe, wilft. ,tl CraM
their families as results from the very fleaS bottle. a R
I Idols. Ashes of cremated braves "No!" said Bill sharply. "You I "Then I don't!" cried Gladys Joy "You'll have to take that up with well moisten as In In their practice own knowing Don't worry through another sleepless I,: Nub for C,... Caldt l 21.. end. ...,j OoMSyrea
|were placed In the poles. can't get away with it! They'd ously, "I don't start anything till lladys." I how CreomulJdon aids nature to night-phone or go get a bottle I:' c-.'" lOc. lauamly .|/1.CIIM.l .
Weeds demonstrate the fertlll- throw the suit out of court any- you say so." She looked up at bUnT Dont try to dead-pan: me! I soothe the Inflamed membranes and of Creomulslon right now (AdrJ I:: .p.,__,. ....







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JAN'tARv: ,J
PAW EIGHT: 29Ii
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,i SENSIBLE FOOLISHNESS MISSION lULL Grace came In for a portion of the and a very (informa.
dozen persons study the Law demanding right- prevailed.
Bradford County Telegraph RED KERCE Only a couple
TOO LATE By braved the Increment weather for eousness and Grace giving it thus Another wonderful

i' the weekly Bible study this weekat representing the tWO ladders. store for next wopk '.I
Established 1877 Mark our word. If there's any
TO CLASSIFY the usual hour but several the most '
in
illustrated outstundin
debtors left In this country a dec- The studies are ,, hers
I thought the lesson one of the best "
/SAEMBER.'LORIDAPRESS nr nCIMICM, KAYHrrrnnry ade from now, they'll be buying on Cruyon so that the smallest child of the country i-
:: Florida Pr*.. An., credit for each other for practice.This yet given. get a lesson present. Watch i i.i, .'
may 'i
"The Two Ladders, being the I
r ASSOCIATION\ I subject chosen both Law and Some special music was enjoyed nouncement of tin(1, ( ':{
world has witnessed bigger -- '
Winter Haven Realm of Citrus '"C('..
-r acuxtnd turmoils than this one. Remember ..:.
closed her 1937 Florida Orange '
Festival with all records smashed. when a man had to manage three LORIUAr .HIGHLIGHTS. 6YitNNR I. At4i-. .

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class For the first time In several years hair rats and a hoop-skirt to get I Li o.nein. .3. t. ewv? ra.0 tnt htj,ntl, n.

Matter at the PORt Office at Starke Florida the weather throughout the entire a kiss?
event was perfect. I I II

E. L. Matthews __ __ .Editor and Owner The annual Press Breakfast, A scientist Is the human wizard I i t+
,
to con-
staged:! by the Festival as a tributeto who attempts consistently
the newspaper folks, was a bril- trol the moon and stars, yet can't tt
SUBSCRIPTION KATE liant affair. Rivaling: the famed get one of boa children to mind 1' '

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months i: Payable in Advance Washington Gridiron Dinner, political anything he says .,.
leaders foremost citizens and i 4
o1M
Advertising. Hates Application. Journalistic stars were ribbed and Scientists are laboring to eliminate -
-- -- razzed for the better part of three the glare of headlights in or-

NIGHT hours to the delight of a crowd der to cut highway fatalities. Why ;
COME: TO THE PARTY SATURDAY
that jammed the hall and balconiesand hadn't they thought of a better

left many at door and window plan, and try eliminating dizzy automobile
'' unable to squeeze in through the drivers? e' .

7r-! .. ,rf '" Jam. rr ,

: ; ...,- From the realm of ancient Persia The Tennessee University has a .- ." *4! ..

,., ,., .'.. came Omar Khayyam with cooking school for future husbands -
> words of wisdom for scribes of ,It sounds plausible. It is a
f .r. .:; the present day. Seated before his sure g'Uiat4t.wJll.be. : easier to tF1a-.gt :, -.r ,. .. :

tent be gave voice to. a new Ru- teach all nen'; how to cook than wGU
blat: find wives. for. those who know

\ The Moving SholU arises, how. V. r 1y,:' '',* ." o, g, et *Sy 'sal a ay)1's

And having Rlz moves on.
Not all the Elks in Florida Under our present-day arrange-
ment of the calendar, the vernal
Can call him back or make him
Boss again. equinox"will fall back one day In 12UINS

3323 years. 1- I or OLD

Come fill the Jobs and cheer for NOTICE OF TEACHERS' ,,
n good old Fred! EXAMINATIONS: : SUGA&

One thing at least Is certain; Persons desiring to take teachers -
Power Is sweet.A examination will report at the 9IIAYOr /yfILL

four-year term is but a little court house jn $tarke. Fla., on Feb.
time 4-5-6. I NEAR
And Governors can hire but not A. J. GRIFFIS Supt. STRANGE I"J PO 2OD GE

repeat. 1222129CEI.LPD VEGETABLE"' "


A book of names, (Jim Lee's bookis FROM TBOP1CALAMI&CA ,I'I' ,
a wown!) \ "'.
You are cordially invited to the biggest birthday party in A Jug of high priced milk, fresh WHCir r ): ,

the world Saturday night. Above is President Franklin D. from a cow. ( j )

Roosevelt, whose birthday January 30 will be the occasion for Beside me, seat a Winter Haven COLUMNFOR PROM/SES ; P/CTUeESQt.lE 1)1

series of 5,000 celebrations to be held throughout the coun- Ah girl Wilderness- were Cypress RENT: Five room cottage I TO BECOME 1 4 lEC OF 1
furnished unfurnished. J. W. r'
try to raise funds for the nation's war against: infantile paralysis Gardens now. Morgan. tf POPVM& ) F THE EARJYN 'I"

y On the right is Colonel Henry L. Doherty for the / THE LOJ'FQ 4rNETEENTHSOUT1F :r..}
Yesterday the Control Committeedid SEEDS-All kinds, finest qualityand \
fourth time national chairman of the annual event. : CENTUey
prepare, reasonable prices. Suwannee -
'I'
Bradford County's party will he held in the Woman's Today looms o'er our citrus; Oh Store It 4. .0 /

Club building, where, for the price of one dollar you can diapalr! GOOD FARM FOR RENT, about -'......- .-.- .-..:...,...... '.
1
have the pleasure of dancing to a famous orchestra and of Drink, for the trees are heavy with thirty acres well located. See -

seeing and being with all your friends, who are sure to be Drink their, for fruit we know not If we'll Wilson Realty Co., Starke Fla Itp The production of sugar cane which to be of a very early date. '_
will was begun in the early part of the last The CHAYOTE is native of Guate, ,
there. You also have the pleasure of knowing that your ship or where. WILL PAY CASH-for used pi
century in Florida, and became an im- mala For centuries it has been highly
dollar will in the terrible disease. anos. Writ Lillian's Music
sro to help fight against a
From Tallahassee gone indeed Is Store, 342 W. University Ave.. portant industry, was virtually destroyvnluE'd as a food and gradually its cultivation
o Dave Gainesville, Fla. tf ed during the war between the states. has spread to other tropical ;i

GO AFTER" ROAD 13 TOOTH AND NAIL But Florida has still some roadsto One of the best preserved and! most incountries.. Its delicious flavor greatly r'i)
pave. FOR SALE-One million Mission. teresting of the few old mills left resi'mbles that of the squash but because

Newspaper reports indicate increasing activity on the Oh Paradise-Oh Hell-and what ary strawberry plants $1.25 per maining is near Port Orange on\ the or its delightful and characteristic tex

part of interests promoting a new road from Gainesville to about 1,000 at field' M. Rhoden Starke. tract of land granted by Spain in 1790. ture it is adapted to numerous method
The cash that Cone promised he 1-22-8tp, Hildreth St. Petersof preparation. Commercial production
Jacksonville through Orange Park and Middleburg. There i is According to N. E. ,
would save? WANTED TO: BUYHardwoodlogs burg the original mill was built in 1810 at present, is centered largely around y
little doubt that eventually this highway will become a reali- The above gems are from the : ash magnolia, white bay by Patrick Dean, who .was subsequently: DeLand and Miami. About 1000 crate

ty, and the prospect of its reality makes the completion of Inspired pen of Jack Worthington, maple, poplar cypress. For prices, killed and the mill burned by the In- are reported to have been shipped from

Road Thirteen even more important for Starke.A publisher of the Lake Wales High. etc. write Dixie Lumber Co. P. O. dians. It was rebuilt in 1833, a
new road from Gainesville to Jacksonville would shortenthe lander and many more of like Box 443& Jacksonville, Fla. 129-41 burned by the Indians, and again re- lOOn alone. A distinctive peculiarity of
character kept listeners in an up- built. The design and construction of the the, "retahle! ) is the presence of a single.]
distance between these would cut Starke off LOST--My black cow wandered .
points, but. road through the entire aklt. remaining relics, !! of machinery prove .t o 'n.u.fiftlnll' septa. .
I Came also the bard of a later away last Saturday. She has
from this important source of travel. This loss would be made I w
day as Kipling presented a revamped j horns and marked ears. Light
up, at least in part, by the increased travel over Thirteen as I
weight. Will appreciate Informa-
version of Danny Deever: I
soon as the incompleted stretch from Baldwin to Yulee is fin- I What are the people cheerin' for tion that will\ help me find her. J. What Do You Need

ished. and why the big parade? I I H. Benson High School. ltp j jIn

'Cause Dave Is out and Fred Is In, '
It is up to Starke and other towns along the route to go the Cracker Colonel said. I j FOR SALE-Seeds that succeed.
Potatoes tomatoes, cucumbers and
after Road Thirteen "tooth and nail. What makes so faces glum
many
and! other faces red? I I squash corn, beans peanuts peas Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?
a I and peppers. New crop seed and

l WELL, HOW ABOUT THAT HOLIDAY CLOSING;? They're will come dreadln'the what Cracker they Colonel know j I prices l-22-4tp right, at White's Store. ( tell us you don't need ANYTHING!) I t'j t'jDon't 1

Several merchants have commended us on our editorial said.

suggesting that local stores make out a program of holiday NEBRASKA RED BLISS seed potatoes LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS '
Flrln' off
They're the cannonyoucan for sale., Also full line
closing for the entire year but so far-like the weatherno year It's mighty roar beans, corn peas and garden seed.
For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for ru
one has done anything about it. It is one of those things that But it ain't the cannon's firm'that's Our seed are all northern and west. Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will sac:

could be done in a very few minutes, but which no one has makln' some folks sore.It's era grown as good aa can be more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inkm;
the flrhv that's to follow bought. We also full line of
time to get around to. Why not call a meeting, adopt the they're dread In' even more, fertilizer as good carry as the best with work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads.

program and make it effective through some sort of penalty? For Mr. Cone starts ahootln In organic nitrogen as high, as 90 per variety.

It would abolish a lot of confusion once and for all. tne mornln. cent. See us for. prices before buyIng -
I I Brownlee Bros. l-15-4t I 1/ ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS

u What makes the stenos work so ENVELOPES I
TOWNSEND CANDIDATES BEFORE AND AFTER hard and act like they're afraid? NOTICR FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DICED Of course you knew we carried types
Because they want to hold inelr (!I.....* Bill No. tail Sure, you can buy them already stamped writer ribbons, but what about the addini
Well, the Townsend Plan at least served as a vehicle on Jobs the Cracker Colonel said. O.NOTICE W. Hall IS holder HEREBY of Tax O1VKN.Certificate.; That. from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the p.

which many a candidate rode to election and that seems to What makes the file clerk trembleso No. 59 a., A.IBBIIBI l>. It32!! the, ban 6th filed day name of September. In about as much personality and Individuper rolls upon which you add up to set<

be about all the use most of them will have for it-as might ? Has some mistake been my office, and hoe made, application ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyon
have been expected.The made? for a certificate tax deed to embrace beeeed the th..r..n.Said following .. Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did

He was a Jerry Carter man the : demrlbed' noi-perty In the n't have to pay the ones they send you.
Writers of "Washington Merry-Go-Round" that County of Bradford Slate of FlorIda
say Cracker Colonel said. lo-wlts
the way certain congressmen dodged Dr. Townsend's confer- South Halt Except the South
.
Sixty Kudu Section It Township STATEMENTS
ence Washington the other day was side-splitting, and also They're cuttin' down the office 1 South Ran.e li: Kant containInr SECOND
most significant. I II force and taklnT In the slack.They're The 109...ennnent acre more of the or Maid lea. property Some business houses stopped sending SHEETS
I lettln out a lot of folks under the mild retlflrate liaued these out during the depression but the No use to buy expensive when
I wet In the name of II. J. papers
Stewart.Ilnlesi
Dr. Townsend thought he had 103 Congressmen and a score I they won't be takin back "aid certificate hull b" .... time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count but if you do<

of Senators pledged to his plan but when he called a meeting! It's the only thing they can do If deemed dencrlbed accordInic therein to law wilt the be told property to expect a fair return on your investment need the best we can furnish watermarkeda

of them the other day he began to wonder where I they want to save the Jack, the hlKheitt. bidd..r.t the court- in all sizes-even that extra long legal .
they were. And Mr. Cone starts ahootin lathe tin,,lie. door on the flrxr. Monday In a three cent stamp. We have a very special
Less than twenty of them showed up. mornin'iThere the month of March IMT, which lathe price on statements. size that you can never borrow from.
hi t day of March. 1M7.Dated : .
skit
your friends. Also that thin onion :
this 2Tth day of Janu.ry.OFFICIAL ,
Some sent excuses saying they were "busy" while one were several other verses 1911 for making copies.

'from Florida who the "Merry-Go-Round" says toured the but unfortunately apace does not ( A. J.SEAL THOMAS)
here. But
their
length and breadth of the permit publication Clerk of Circuit Courtor CARDSFor
state
proclaiming his allegiance to I present this bit of Press Breakfast Bradford County, Florida

the plan, did not even trouble himself to send an excuse. program for the benefit of I-U.III--S:! business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

Evidently it is easier to get enthusiastic over the Town- chose who could not attend. NOTIfK FOR' or T'"PPI.IC" ur.u: '1'.0" Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber ai!
bands kinds
........ gem clips all
(
Hill
>i> Iftftt:
.send Plan when speaking to a group of voters than it is to TRAIN SCHEDULE' NOTICK toj HEREBY OIVf S. That Too many styles to name, but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles we can

:get enthusiastic over it in Washington D. C. O. W Hall No. holder RI3. iKPttied.of I.,the of Tax.ami.Certificate day- here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There ,
Our schedule changes December of July' A. I). .14. has filed name In must be other J jtlttnow <| t
We reasonable. things that *
felt that U
never any of the candidates who advocatedthe JO and trains will runs as follows: my office. ,and him mtide apjillrntlim escape
for a tax ilemt to be lnmit rh.r.nIRld but you can ask.LEGAL .
plan in their campaigns were sincere in their belief, and Southbound :- certificate embrace, the follow
the recent demonstration No.1-Due Starke 11:31 P.M. ing dem-rllied property In the ,'out,-
1 in Washington tends to bear us out. tv of Itradford. State of Florida, tow -
No. 13-Due Starke 4:58: P.M. lt: WEDDING INVITATIONS w
o ,
No. 107-Due Starke 9:36: A.M.Nu South three fourth". of Smith BLANKS
A writer declares that Edward was attracted by Wally's half of South Went Quarter Section The folder
191-Due Starke 10:39.P.M. eleven. Town..htp "Eight type in white or the new
f cooking. That's funny. We saw pictures of her in everything Northbound Mouth containing. Ftanire nlxty twenty-two acres more Rant. or ivory color. If you must economize on this Don bum your legal blanks-buy then)

r but a kitchen. Vo. 2-Due Starke 5:03: A.M.Mo. I tea.. item we have a line that looks like from us. We have everything you'll new
The aaaexment of the .ald engraving
-
IS-Due Starke 11:24: A.M. properly whether you're buying a cow or mortal
under
the nald certificate limuedwa
S o No. 108-Due Starke 5:35: P.M.\ In the name" of U O. Wetmer. f. engraving, but doesn't cost ing your home. Our blanks!! will do even-
There are some things a person might get along better Starke and YVannra Branch rnle"D said certificate hnll be re.deemed like engraving. thing but the
..
accurding to law the pay mortgage.
property
without, but those fellows with too much mouth haven't dis- Mo 101-Leaves Starke 7:1M: A. deHrrlljed therein will lie aiilil
Vo. 102-Arrives Starke 1:50 KM to the hla-hettt bidder at the rotirt
covered it yet."What house door on the firm Monday In Get 29 On The Telephone Please
James
e Daily except Sundays. the month nrIar..h.: 19.17, which I. ,
o T J. GRIFFIN. the Int. day of March 1937.:
would you do if you knew you were to die tonight 1n17OFFICIAL Pitted thle 23th.:; day of January

o. ?" asks an undertaker's ad. We'd protest like the very Twenty-one west Texas counties ( A. J.SEAL THOMAS) Bradford

deuce between now and sundown.' produce 10 percent of the wheat I Cleric of Circuit Court of County Telegraph .
rows In the United States. 1.19.et.aBre.dford County Florida.



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