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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SEES HIS HIIAl)o\\'.

\ BUY AND 1 COLD AHEAD ASKS COUNTYTO

I| When Old M n n Groundhog

; crawled out of his hole Tuesday

IE NK ASSETS MARKETREADY he beheld his. shadow plainly and BEAUTIFY

ar4n distinctly, and rushed buck in to

HI stay according to the old belief,

'I' Depositors Committee feared That County Cannot HX! more weeks, because that /Wants{ Court House

amount of cold weather Is ahead.

Announces Action Have Ito!!, At By looking up statistics on the Grounds Made Attractive :

Same Time groundhog find that he has
This Week I
failed In his prediction of the

weather for the next six weeks only -
SPONSORS FOK TWOPROJECTS COMMITTEE: : OF CITIZENS
_?Ew HANK TO OPEN once in six years in 1932. He
[FOR BUSINESS SOON -OBTAINED I saw his shadow that day but con- COMPLAINS: : .\ GATE; d

-- trary to his prophecy six weeks of
\ A central farmers' market and a for the
beautifying
Proposals
Because of the fact that it was abnormally warm weather followed
new elementary school building, court house grounds were submit
,, Impossible to get the necessary ,
the two moat popular and most ted to the Board of County f'ommlsHloners -
amount of depositors to sign the Many people claim that the
nUdr, Bi disputed prospective WPA projects meeting here Monday,
ffcgTeement for the proposed reoI"Saulzation t groundhog Is "sure" Judge of the
in Bradford County moved along commltee from the Business
of the Bank of Starke weather for the next six weeks but by a
; about neck and neck this week. Men Club with
s together a request
I U.;was decided by the State Comp- we are Informed by Uncle Sum's
'p Plans for each have been completed that the county assist financiallyin
Itroller, the committee representing Weather Bureau that his prophecy
; each now has a responsible such of
a program improvement
"depositors and the conservator Is just a myth and that GroundHog
sponsor; and each Is being: rushed ,
{'that it was to the best interests of Enquire himself Is fit for
ItiieiidepoBltors to acept the cash ; I sy ? 1UAty ,,, 1 I to WPA headquarters for hopedfor I except to damage crops. Never- It Is believed by the business. ,

s "offer for the assets made by a lofi f tau Idix ty u II IIe approval. the-leee, the bureau predicts cold men that the area around the court
u rip"w Although almost everyone would house could be made attractive to
).fi& cat syndicate headed by Marcus F. r weather for the next six weeks
l 'Brown and Dr. P. A. Brinson. like to see both projects realized, I visitors and tourists with very little

, the belief Is general that this coun- Involved. It Is -
expense proposed
"I" Thla decision was made after avery
assets ty will not be allowed two major SCHOOL.BOARD to place about ten concrete
careful appraisal of the
I Not since World War days when the above picture was taken has Bradford County given so freelyto pieces of construction under the benches around the grounds, remove -
both State and I
had been made by the Red Cross as it has in the past two weeks Asked for $300 for flood victims donations from here WPA at the same time, For this several unsightly oak trees

Federal Examiners and other disInterested -I have already passed the $600 mark and are still mounting. This total includes $275: from the Florida reason camps have divided sharply I Buys Tax that are almost dead and plant

parties. State Farm and liberal donations from Lawtey Hampton, Urooker. Graham and the New River Baptist with the Business Men's Club .
palms, and Improve the lawn.
,J5Th following: resolution was I Association. In the above picture, if you were around Starke at that time you will recognize the follow- .growers and, shippers '
generally Shuffleboard and
passed by the Depostors Advisory ing (changes of names by marriages disregarded) : First tow, left to right: Janie Williams, Luieu.t Alvarez ;i behind I PROPERTYOISTA1NS courts other
lining the
4 Cle-o Mitchel. Clara Moltt, Eunice Robinson. S tond row: Lillian Turner, Jeancttc: Niatthewa. Flor- up market and amusements will probably be added -

,,"Committee: I ence Matthews, Marie Livingston Neva Turner, Kath en Alvare. Hilda Lewis, AlJecn Alvarez Third teachers, parents and school rift t- litter

::3jJ Whereas the Depositors' Committee row: Mrs. N. Sternberg, LaMtra Alvarez, Una Edw .rtlH. Carrie Ritch. Thelnm Johns. Mira Burr, Ella! 'I[ cl.ils just as ardently boosting anew The commtslsoners were unanimously

of Bank of Starke have at i Mae Long, Mrs. J. 11. Mitchell Doris Scott. elementary grades building. NEARLY; SIX In favor of the program

1 all 3 times worked In co-operation -.- Tho farmer's market has the advantage ACUES FOR ABOUT provided It would "not cost too

with the State Banking Departs FANS of being number two on $.150.00 much." The business men were
FLYING
i.ment, to secure the highest return BERRY SEASON CITY MAY ADD the approved list of the county d'ld\ to Investigate the cost of the

J[to;;the creditors and depositors of SEE JAX BY AIR planning council while the school Gradually laying a foundation benches and other Improvements

Bank of Starke, and, building rates number three. If, for a big expansion program the and to report at the next meetingof

'' ,:;Whereas an offer for the assets I In Bradford SEVERAL MAKE NIGHT Two Additional as was previously announced the Bradford County School Board the board.

of Bank of Starke has been received FLIGHT IN CABINPLANE WPA is guided by wishes of local Monday bought tax certificates on At this same meeting of the commissioners

which will guarantee the SIGNAL LIGHTSINTERSECTIONS planning boards the market will fifty-two lots of land, fifty by 100 the following name
AT STANDSTILL
I I feet each, lying west of the
., common creditors and depositors "When seen from the air at come first. It would cost about school The entire present were stricken from the pauper roll
Immediate payment of approximately one-fourth the price of a new grounds. property for various reasons: Andrew Green,
Juckionvlll is beautiful
, night.
twenty-nine per cent of the school building was bought for taxes at a cost death; Mrs. Madison Hall, removal -
With its streets and buildings out- SAID TO of around $330: Supt. A J. Orlfflssall.
amount owing them by said bank, BAD WEATHER CUTS CnininllKoner, .. from county; Cynthia Lopez
'Ined said Bill Graham SjmpMor Market.
by lights, '
.
.a.nd SHIPMENTS TO 100 HE ENDANGERINGLIVES=" :: The Board of receiving old age assistance Laura
me of a party of nine who made County Commissioners i
All of the lots were In
CRATES A DAY i Rising'sAddition Cain old assistance.
+i said offer receiving age
Whereas we deem in airplane trip to the city Wednesday Monday signed the market to Starke and described
were -
-- Miss Irzona Thomas allowed
I was
faldand believe its acceptance Is night. Others who went project In the capacity of sponsors.
to the best Interest of all creditors I Strawberry shipments from were James Dennis, Elmo Struth The City Council now has under The structure would coat $21,- as follows: All of fractional $2 per month, and Mrs. Cynthia
block J. and L of
Starke and have dwindledto K. ; all Block
Lawtey Lee allowed month
consideration the Installation of was $2 per ;
I
and'depositors, Henry Manassa, O. W. Hicks, L. L. 709.00 of which the sponsor must
B two lots In northwest
about 100 crates a day from except from the fund. I"
-(.:Be it Resolved by said Deposl- Mbby, John Powell. Merrill Mc caution UghjtaUJJka} Intersection contribute 2000.00 and furnish pauper
each place because of cool, cloudy of'Roads Thirteen: and Twenty- corner, owned by II. A. Bishop; Widow's for Mrs. Pearl
rtd, torrur Committee that we do reeI the site. pensions
.j Millan and E. W. Mc Don Ill weather and continued rains. Very eight (Walnut end Madison Sts.) lots 1, 2. 10, 11, 12 13, and 14 In B. Simpson and Wiley Groves were
end
I the acceptance of such offer ben made for
made the trip In the giant trl-mot- purchase of a
little fruit Is fit to be shipped andIt and at the Intersection of Roads Block C; and all of Block D, Applications approved.The .
and
: twenty-acra tract
or plane that was stopping ..t the of land Just
. will probably be two weeks or Thlrten and Forty-eight (Temple for the tax deeds were advertised board recommended Staf.
t $HBe it further resolved that this airport here this week. north of Starke and nothing stands
t .committee' expresses Its gratitude ten days before carlot shipments Avf. and Tenth St.) R. F. Clark, In the of the In the name of C. J. ford L. Crews for county agricultural
way
be "It was fun to fly over the dog long-sought pro Powell ,n school trustee.If .
can resumed. If weather con-
, to Hon. J. M. Lee, Comptroller of superintendent of the city light and ject now except WPA approval, enumerator after receiving
I track and watch the like
dogs, tiny the
Florida. C. L. Stockwell, Conservator ditions remain unfavorable a long- water plant was Instructed to investigate Enthusiastic leaders hope that the new elementary school application from Mr Crews, Roan

TOf Bank of Starke, and to the I er time must elapse. specks, running around. Another the cost of such lights market will be ready for this building Is built It win be placed J. Turner and O. J. Phillips.

,State Banking Department for the It Is estimated that probably 1- pretty sight: was a brilliantly lighted and to report to the council. spring use just went of the present building A delegation of citizens from the
I park with a shining creek run- and all of
*,':manner In which the affairs of the 200 crates moved from Starke and Mayor T. F. Landrum, told councilmen School Four I'nlU the new property will western part of the county met the
ning through it, Bill said. be used for
,,;Conservatorship of Bank of Starke Lawtey during the past week, for Tuesday night that he had playgrounds and athletic board and objected to the State
I The big plane made the trip to The elementary scnoul 1 building fields, Mr. Griff stated.
.. which have received Farm officials the
been conducted, and for the growers an heard of numerous near-acldents locking gate orethe
Jacksonville In about project has been divided Into four The board
if'I1.tact that the Conservatorship baamet average return of $2.59( per crate, twenty-three at these Important Intersectionsand hopes to acquire the road leading from the Berrlan
minutes. The party landed at the units, the first of which was sub missing lots In Blocks B and C
all expenses of operation without I or a total of $750. believed the lights necessaryfor I Rosier place by the Redding Bridge
airport thero and spent several mitted for approval to the WPA eventually
I ) any charges against the Froz- Plant City has not been hindered minutes before the protection of lives and to the paved road In the State
making the return Wednesday This unit would cost --
'}!fn, accounts, showing a profit upon I by much rain and continues to ship property. Farm, and stated that a cattle
flight. A charge of $3.50 for the $28. (: -the sponsors part to be
:44Ita| operations; and that a copy of heavily, with thirty-six expresscars round trip was made --5--- 17,43300. The first two units will I EIGHT ARE ADDED guard would answer the same pur-
the e resolutions be furnished the poMo so far as livestock was con
out Monday, and twentyseven
Course consist of SEWING ROOM
Here class
---- Sociology rooms, the third ITO
/:press, the Comptroller, and the out Tuesday. A total of 573 cerned and would permit traffic to
will be
.Conservator.I'JT"Mr cars have been loaded there far Cotton Winners I an auditorium and the proceed without disturbance.
so A course In sociology will be offered fourth unit will consist of TOTAL ON PROJECT NOW
heat-
W L. Wall moved the adop- this season as compared with I It was announced this week that in Starke toy the General Extension : Ing plant. a I NUMBER EIGHTY- Whereupon the board Instructedthe
Remainingunits will be
,,. tlon of said resolution which was I ninety-two cars at this time last W. E. Delegal, of Live Oak won Division of the Universityof submitted for NINE clerk to communicate with L.

put to a vote and unanimously year. first prize of $50 for the best bale Florida, It wa announced this the first bus approval been as Boon. as "'. Chapman, Superintendent of
.1 'alIDpted. approved and The local office of the WPA received the State Farm, and request that
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of cotton In this section during the week by Dean B. C. Rlley. The organization been put under

W. L. Wall CONE WARNS past season. H. H. Hampton, of meeting Is set for Wednesday said. The way Mr. Griff notice from headquarters In a cattle guard be constructed Instead -

Geo. A. GardinerH. Ocala, and George: O. Dicks, of night. February 10, at 7:30 would. cost completed building Jacksonville 'this week to add eight : of the gate
approximately $100.-
L Brownlee TWO-JOB HOLDERS Lake City, tied for second place. It o'clock at the high school building.. 000.00. additional women to the sewing ------ -

will be to room project Thursday' This bringsthe !! 1-II Clubs .'lollllrly Meet
Depositors' Committee. was previously announced In the The course open any And so the race Is
on. If both
LEGISLATORS
t Is expected that a charter will CAN'T HAVE Telegraph that Carl Hhllard. of man or woman either for college projects total of Bradford County women The four 4-H Clubs In Bradford

//i |xv granted the Florida Bank at I TWO STATE JOBS, Lawtey. tied for third place with I credit or for vocational or cultural be happy are ,approved but if the, WPA everybodywill I thus employed to eighty-nine County held their regular monthly

..Starke; at once and that this bank ,I SAYS GOVERNOR two others. Improvement. Bradford can have only one at nays this these being divided among the five meetings en Monday and Tuesday,

i *412 be for business within sewing rooms In the county two with attendance of sixty-five
open
TALLAHASSEE Cove time, a lot of folks
rnor are going to be
II of which In
are Starke one In boys. The attendedall !
the near future. The Bank of county agent
Cone served notice on two-job leg- WOODLICE UNDERMINED RAILWAY awfully disappointed.
StSttrke! will be open for regular islators ; Hampton one In Lawfey. and the of these meetings and, reports
that
they were expected to -----
NEARLY CAUSED.ACCIDENT IN 80'sBy i other in Brook r, that
over seventy-five of
,business until the new bank is resign any State Jobs they hold Attend percent
Board Meeting Each woman Is allowed one dayof these boys have already begun
pen. except their legislative member- -
in will be necessary for all old j ships. I H. E. LAGERGREN tog down the grade, stopping was I State Senator Charley E. John, sewing for herself, the relit of work on their projejcts. Most of

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file claims for their deposits but "It la not my idea of good government When we see the splendid Seaboard I Jr., were representatives from Clothes and articles for the needy. their land and practically all the

they will be notified when to do { for men to have two jobs, trains rushing through Florida The rails weighed fifty-five Starke at the budget meeting of Miss Ruth Johnson, supervisor of pig club boys have purchased their

I this. Mature i I members of the LeglsI swift and strong on 100-pound ;pounds< to thw yard and bad been I the State Road Department In Tal sewing room Informs, the.public pigs. Six new members were vot

,I : It's bad business bad rails, it is hard to realize that the ''mported from England; they were j f lahassee' Thursday of last week. that these women have generously ed Into the Starke club as follows:

ROIL Call I| government. I expect to cut off all grandfather of (he, road was the "f soft Iron and easily bent. Cypress -i I I They were among a large delegi- given up their personal day of sewing Will Grlner, Buford McKinney:

members of the Legislature who Florida Railway and ties were preferred the j' to make clothes for
Navigation by i S tk>n from other towns who appeared the flood! Tommy Reynolds George Powell.

: he annual roll call and business I hold Jobs In other departments," and West India Transit Company's company as they lasted longer; 'I before the board In the interest sufferers. All sewing rooms are Edgar Wilkinson Junior Smith.
I
..etlng of the First Baptist the governor said. road. That road was like a little but they were the despair' of the r of finishing Road 13 between engaged; In the manufacture of James Barwick was admitted tit

[Church will be held. Wednesday Some members of the 1935 LegIslature old man with chin-whiskers a section bosses because they would I Baldwin and Tulee. According to clothing for flood sufferers exclu the Hampton Club and G. L. Waters

FnJght, 7:30: o'clock February 10. who were employed In the wart on his nose, thirty cents In not hold the short spikes then In their report, the board made. no lively at present. i to the Brooker Club.

After the church roll call the anQSJ Road Department already have his pocket, walking with the aid ofa use. The section hands rode on promises and simply stated that I ----- ----- -- -.

I |* report will be made. This will been dropped from the "pole-cara"! called because:
payroll. stick! The pro the project would be given consid
ponderous name
[Include reports from the church Others employed in other State pelled by long poles, wielded by era tlon. 1 I
seemed to WHAT
hold Its trains
." 1,clerk treasurer board! of trustees agencies will be dropped "as feet down on necessary the rails, just as cart the crews three or four men stand- ---- [it[ TDO YOU THINK? ]

.." Sunday school superintendent, Sun- ,,, as we can get around to them." drivers had to sit on their poniesto Ing on each side and pushing' Tag Offenders Warned
clay aehol treasurer. Woman's Mis- Governor Cone declined against the ends of the ties at the
'aJonary 10 com- give them weight enough to ,'\ Sheriff A. O. Andreu received ;
Society and Baptist Train- dizzy speed of six miles an hour.
ment on a ruling by Attorney General withstand the blows cf the shafts
notice this. ;
week from
,tUft, Union. Officers and Sometimes Governor
teacbers Landis that a pole hit the top of a I
persons appointed when wheel hit 'er
If or ft he church and. Its various organizations to office by Governor Sholtz a a stump. tie and would slip, causing the Fred P. Cone that people were absolutely I

will be elected for the could not be removed The road was rather a travestyon pusher, if he was the last In the not to be permitted to

ensuing year. All members of the constitutional except upon railroading. The gauge was line to fall off. "Alan down!" was drive their automobiles with 19.16
grounds.
church are urged to be present at much wider than standard and the cried, and the progress was stop license plates. Offender will be I : ; .
.tlala important meeting. "We haven t removed anybody. I ped until he could and warned on first offense but strong
get up resume :
'7'' 5- have no other comment he said. engines, the "Alachua" and the er and more persuasive measures I
; his Then
place a pole mighthit
He announced there "J. J. Dicklson, weighed only ;
would be no will be taken thereafter
tShoics Pest Control a soft spot and get stuck, and
further extension of the time to about thirty-five pounds each and .
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"Pole done stuck! sounded.
N. G. Hayes, supervisor of the obtain 1937 automobile licenses. He looked like something the cat had was
At times a rail would become Arrests Negroes
j screw worm control program In previously extended the time from brought In. The trains were composed Sunday 81'1."I: !:
Bradford County, announced that January 15 to February 1. of a few freight cars with- bent so much as to need straightening. Sheriff A. O. Andreu arrested

[i:Government motion picture per. He said he expected< to reduce out brakes, joined by links and The rUlleu/Jer had not yet Dwight Speed of Keystone Heights,
been Invented and the
tinning to the control work will be the employe personnel of the license pins, and a dilapidated combination procedure and Henry Saunders of Palatka,
to build fire of old take
was/ a ties, !
[shown at the Hampton school tag department to "about passenger coach, furnished both negroes, Sunday night on a
out the rail heat It and hammerout
(house Tuesday night February 9 sixty or less" when the rush sea.aonfor with hand brakes which some up drunk and disorderly charge. It

' [at 7:30: o'clock. It will also be Issuing tags passes about times worked. Between Highland toe crook. One day In 1831. Is said they drove their automo- V.
Section Bois John Hall discovered
shown at the court house In Starke March 1. A recently-published and Moxville were then s set of bile Into* a signal light near the ,

(Wednesday night February 10, at curves to enable the trains to ascend a place near Wateroak trestle, Seaboard stitlon. Saunders was

tae same time. Admission will be State salary: list\ showed 173 per Trail Ridge, and going south where a bunch of razorbacks hunt- released under $200 bond. Speed

o [free and all livestock men are sons employed there. Thirtythreewere they,often had to stop for the en- has not yet posted.! $50 bond.! an J Is! .

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': TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJGR.U"D: STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY l-
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r. ---- PINE LEVELI I WARRANTS ISSUED BY HAMPTON GRAHAM .I BROOKER MISSION II.\-LI "

DOATDRAINMr SCHOOL BOARD FOR Mra. L. C. smolt >. C..re.....<.., triM Vera Galney CorrespondentP. The Bible Study tease "
Z. Z. Grlffls. CorrenpondentArch Mm. II. M BIcRac, Correspondent' MONTH OF FEBRUARY Ml.a Ada N/.e. Corre.Ys.d at er unusual this week ."I I,, ;'1

[PAGE ( A B. Y. P U. social was givenat R S. Wasdin was In High T. A. Meets scriptures used dealt ,?,, '
s." .
Mr. and
the Mr. and Mr* F. Fender,
Prevatt spent past (State Teuohc...a Salary Fund the home of Mary Wiggins Fri Springs. Sunday. The Brooker P. T. A. met at the and Ands and the verse
bin here He Mrs. Austin Fender, Owen McRae Prescott of Orlandowas '(I ]1.
with family
week-end day night. January 22 Many Woodrow I school Monday afternoon. Febru- the class each begonI ",, .
and Billie Fender were visiting Transportation: R. M.
la employed at New Smyrna games were enjoyed by those who visiting Mr. and Mrs ary 1, with the! president, G. E. Mc- an If or an And "
amt i
friends and relatives at Theressa ______ 'G'.J
crowd from this 692 H. G. Alderman $15.00 .
Quite a large Johnson Sunday.Mr. for the
the A
were present. After games Gauley in charge. plan searching to JocatrTh.,. '
section attended the fifth Sunday Sunday afternoon 693 Nelson Green_________3000 the and Mrs Donald Carter of [IHIM' )
punch and cake Were served to upkeep of the school library was structlve lesson
r Union meeting of the New River Mr. and Mrs O J. Jackson and 691 Gassets, Mat. for rep.__ 3.03 Geraldine I Longwood were visiting here Sun- Plans for was i '",r, I"" I
following: Audrey Hall. discussed and carried. by the leader from Jolin, ,:
which held baby of Sampson spent. Sunday home 'j
Association was 695 J. L. Anderson Insp. accompanied
and I
Baptist were
day
{ Hall Alberta Hinson, Willie Mae commencement were also discussed "If continue In \Y.. ., :
at Corinth Church Saturday and with Mr. and Mrs. B M. McRae.Mr. Buses ________________1500 Hlnson Doris Hinson, Geraldine I by Miss Beatrice Hines of Brooker. ; and the parenta of the ninth ye my disciples 1 my lnde-";i I ," I
Sunday and Mrs O J. Raulerson of 609 Mrs. E.B. Wells, lrans.10.00 W. S Rivers of Starke was visiting II.,: ,
Johnson, Lee Johnson Dorothy | decided to meet for
Mary : grade pupils shall know the truth ;
and j
Thelma Prevatt was visiting Jacksonville spent! Friday night 697 Mrs Lubedla Johns Rahme, Alta his brother and alster-ln-law, II .
banner
The
Johnson I discussion
Gladys further shall make
free
L Mae Prevail last Sunday. with Mr and Mrs. II M. McRae. trans. ___ ____________1000 I Ethel Stone Mr. and Mrs George Rivers you
Rahme Hazel Rahme, I awarded to Professor G. E.
Miss Dorothy Norman of Gum trans__ 500 was It is delightful to> w. '"j
Mr. and Mrs Ellis Sullivan were 698 H. B. Wiggins, Jessie Mae Slade Ireta Saxon, Marie through the week-end. MCGaUley's room. : I,
; visiting Mr. and Mrs K. L. Griffin Branch spent! the week-end with 699 J. L. Anderson, Reps..14.75 Taylor Clauda Bell Brown, Ev- Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and children -I dren also I committing t "nt, "

last Sunday. Miss Odessa McRae 700 J. E .:Adklns 1 weekat erett Williams Marie and Maurice of Ziff I verses to contribute to i I'' '," Kt
Geiger George
Mrs P. B Prevatt of Theressa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling of Hampton __________17.50 Marvin Williams, Woodrow Hin were visiting Mr. Dyal's father, Mrs. R. M. Gainey and daughter A return engagemenf, Y
Monlac. Ga., were recent guests of ____ 8.00 I Eloise spent part of last week : Wm. L. Pettlnglll of :
was visiting her daughter, Mrs. 701( C. J. Powell, Reps. son Clarence Hicks Ernest Boyd O. W. Dyal, Sunday. \\r'lrn'Qtl.' '
J iG"Q Arch Prevail last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling. Teaching: Theron Geiger, Audrey Turner, L. Veeter Youngblood of Waldo In Georgia with relatives. I. Del.. Bible teacher writ, ,?, .

Mr and Mrs O. J. Raulerson, 2977 Mrs Mabel Wall, Mu- Those I was visiting here Saturday night. Mir. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey and tor was special ml..t'd'. .
Mrs. K E Lee and children were G. Johns and Randall Boyd.
( visiting C A. Griffin Sunday. Mrs H. M. McRae and daughter. sic Expense __________ 8.04 attending from Gainesville were: Eddie Wasdln and Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Vera accompanied by week on Thursday nigh A.. .

Odessa, were dinner guests of Mr. 2973 Miss Lucile Plummer Yank Slier, John- Truby Dyal of Waldo were visiting Elder and Mrs L. D. Johns of Itual feast is always ei,,"% ", ,:..,
in Langford, Harry
BETTEJ( I Albert Griffis was visiting and Airs T. N Norman In Gum Teaching ____________10.00 nie Mercer Revel Turner, Rev. A. O. W. Dyal Sunday. Graham attended' church servicesat these great exponent nt. the. II

SH4 I Branch section Saturday. 2979 Minnie Lee Gaddy, J. Turner Wilson Bishop, and Gene Mrs. J. H. Surrency was visit- Shady Grove, near Trenton visit the Mission and ait, mil?" JII',

I DRINK Gainesville last Monday. Teaching ____________ 4.00 Clayton.J Ing her son, Jack, in St. Luke's Sunday. ed with much interest! 'mil IIn,
2980 Mrs. Bryant Beasley, Refreshments Hospital In Jacksonville this week. Mr and Mrs B. F. Hazen and ure.
. Jacob Green of Plant City was It was a delightful occasion. -
What| visiting his sister Mrs. Z: Z. Grlf- Teaching ____________10.00 |I were served at the conclusion Bill Hines of Longwood was visiting children spent Sunday In Palatka Many good things ai, In 'w 1.'

teg, or I f 0Hl fis last Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. 2981 Fla. Nat. Bank, pay- his sister. Mrs Alice Starling with friends and relatives. the next few months and 'iti"oe -j,

anywayAmoneyi' .. Ben Hess of Fort Myers ment on loan ________421.55 Sunday. Miss Louise Webb of Jacksonville are Interested in what, the 8ii

f t' :- # spent the week-end with her sister. 2982 Fla. Nat Bank, pay- The entertainment given at thi Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns of spent Sunday here as guestof teaches about the present age <
AT
There\ Miss Pearl Dees. ment on loan ______6,832.20 Christian Church, on Sunday evening Gainesville spent the week-end her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. which we are living should not W
'
2983 Mrs Carolyn Gray In with relatives. Webb.A to hear those who make
making LVNCII RECESS January 31 was quite a success ; a study);
f 'The prii: NOnCE lieu of No. 2895 _____60.00 I and was enjoyed by a large -. large crowd from here attended God's Word from this angle eye L .

Ing andsproductsable AFTER SCHOOL I will be at the following named 2984 Leon A. Gray, teach- audience. THERESSA the Union meeting at Corinth, dally but not exclusively' :

).,. places on the days and dates stat- ing ________________19.80 Sunday.The ..--'-
The Rev. J. T. Guy will preachat .
Ruth CorrespondentMrs
fo#' STARKE COCA-COLA ed herein, for the purpose of re- 2939 Arthur McRae teaching the Methodist Church next Sunday Miss Zelgler W. M. U. met at the church ASSISTANT WHIP GREEN !

Qy to t ceiving tax: returns also applica- ______________ 6.60 last Wednesday. December 27 to Floor leader Rayburn haa
morning and evening. R. Swindell and a
S.
' means Dt l BOTTLING CO. lions for homestead tax: exemptions 2986 J. B. Benson teachlng13.00 Mrs. Josephine Sullivan returnedto / In Starke son begin a study of "The Why and honored Florida with a nah

more cobetter ,' I : 2987 Harmon Morgan, teach- Jtmmle were shopping How of W. M. U." Mra. A. L. party assignment.
RepresenUtii
her home last after a
11. \ Lawtey, Monday Feb. 15. ing ________________15.00 Sunday Saturday.Mr. 1 Crews and Mr. Jenkins of Raifordare Lex: Green dean of
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ENERGY and visit with friends and relatives In and Mrs. Lacy Brown of ; the Flo:
and ma.' .' : Graham Tuesday A. M. Feb. 16. 2988 Miss Lucile Kennedy directing this study course. We delegation In the House and So-l'

to make, I RESISTANCE Brooker, Tuesday P. M. Feb. 16. teaching ___________60.00 Tampa. Putnam .Hall were visiting relatives will meet every Wednesday afternoon ate has been reappointed t
Mrs. Thelma Myera, one of our here Sunday. aa AI.
more en; Hampton, Wednesday, A. M. 2989 L. M. Sponholti at three until this course Is slstant Democratic
FOOL most efficient school teachers was Mrs. Cleve Alford and children Whip He III ::
FROM YOUR j;J
Toon1the Feb. 17Theressa. teaching ___-__--88.00 finished. All members are asked served In this "'
on the sick list last week. She has returned to their home here after capacity since a
mat WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT :Wednesday P. M., Feb. 2990 Mrs. Thelma Myers delighted to be present. beginning of President Roosevtr,.
a host of friends here who are relatives In Jacksonville.
too littf 17. teaching ________-___50.00 visiting .- administration. ,-
, to see her out again. C. J Lewis, L. L. Youngbloodand
f RID CROSS LIVG-III1CDTb. only New River, Friday A. M. Feb. 19. 2991 Mrs. Floy Sullivan
to the ,: _I"la. containing th. T Hrb otM Fred Guy of New York Is visitIng U. P. Davis were attending to KID'S ALLEY Green I la entering upon hli *,:
culture _uh." Quloklr eUn.. bow.U, Please arrange to see me eitherit teaching _____________50.00 enth consecutive term .''
his this week, the Rev. as menfr>
parents business In Starke
l 1..7Io. Monday. [Mlsa lttm Thomas CorrespondentVInson
Tow bladdir. Invlaoratee
of above 2992 Mrs. Ila Real
named
( one places, or teachlng.38.50 '
many e of Congress from
action. But lr .tlmalnt, and Mrs. J. T. Guy. Florida ir':
conclusifarm In Tax: Assesors office in Court 2993 Miss Hope Haynes, Miss Nettle Hersey of Jacksonville
holds 12 of the 24 ''
years senior
Sour5tom chlt/nAkeetlon The Rev. W. E. Daugherty and :
stf itlp.Uoo ', House before April 1st.Respecttully. teaching sub. 4.50 was visiting her parents, Mr. Baxter spent Monday
,, Bllk>usn..:.ou Ere.:: Arid"y aniltk -------- wife were transacting business In which Florida now has In ; '.
farm or .r Ickanlnc ymptom .tilled 2994 Arthur McRae, teachIng I and Mrs. R. M. Hersey during the night with Perry Thomas of Ris- House and Senate He hold
Gainesville this week. v
quanutiVe q tft ord.r. which may quick.. >v.lop E. W. Hayes -----_____________1000 weekend.Mrs. ing section. four '
Inla more I.noe.rou. dl a j listat 4> slgnments on 'Impost:
\ can: : th. ran** then. *..f>. vo"iwrr Tax: Assessor, 995 Mrs. Dorothy Hall H. E. Moorer returned to Mrs. Margaret Alvarez has returned House Committees .

tory whprofltata'. 1 Met M4 C.... l.l0Mr lode?. 2-S-2tp\ Bradford County teaching ---__________1000J998 W. C. T. U. NOTES her home In South Miami after a from a visit with her parents Rivers and Harbors 'I I ,.,nitore!, ; ,:
_. "The thinking driver never visit here with her Mr. and
: Miss Melva Crosby, parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn of Flood Control and Imnll/lTltt!
TberJ, j : teaching _____________10.00 drinks, the drinking driver neverthinks" Mrs. C. A. Youngblood. Jacksonville. and Naturalization He is hand, j
2907 W. S. Sibley, is the prize-winning slogan Mr. and Mrs John Jordan and
volved } teachlng25.00 I Mrs. Anna Baxter and children of the Committee on T.'rnt r-1
.,. 1998 R. L. Smith, in the "Safelygram' contest children of Putnam Hall visitIng
teachlng35.00
culture I I were which Is the char
conducted were the guests of her parents, Mr. only moor ,
trol of 2999 Pearl Smith teachlng.40 by station WLS, Chicago her parents, Mr and Mrs. S. R. nd Mra. J. E. Thomas. Sunday held by Florida In the H', ,.'.

such as 3000 :Mildred Hogan Swindell Sunday. Senate.-Clermont Pre'sANN'OUNCEMFAT

1J sect pelFERT teaching _____________35.65 The W C. T. U. Is going to "spend' : Every one is Invited to attend Paul Alvarez and Rufus Baxter -- .
3001 Ernest $1,000,000, in a campaign of tem- motored to Jacksonville Sunday ---
Mabrey, services at the Baptist! Church : .

is warnFAVORITE teaching _____...'_______30.65 perance education, and that's some- here next Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. .
AI !'; thing which is pretty sure to havea George Baxter la spending sev- Dr. Frank Custer a "HI' I "'.
District Fund
8534 : sobering Influence on Demon ---. ral months with his sister, Mrs P. gellat from Tennessee u .Ii I I.; .:
N Thomas, JanitorNo. revival in .
I Rum 1. meeting the (t''n.L
BI ; I 3 ________________ 6.95 DOUBLE RUN J. Hunt of Fort White Church next Sunday foren n F ,
Con.:: I ,. 8035 N. Thomas Janitor Thoughtful people everywhereare MI' and Mrs. J. E. Thomas mo .
7 Dr. Custer Is a careful ua: ti
more and more In revolt Mrs. W. A. Cor.
Tyler,
1'1:, I No. 3 __________15 00 tored to Live Oak Saturday afternoon
1 ------ against increasing perils on the --:...- i of prophecy as well, and h.\
J. i iJJ 8536 Gaasetts, SuppliesNo. highways; against mounting taxes Mr. and Mrs Lacy Rlgdon and to attend to business mat- rood line of charts that help. x, ,

: 3 _________ __
1.75 children of Miami
which are largely due to the up- are visiting his ters.Mr. ly in setting forth the truth >IM'
I 8537 Gassetta, Heater No. keep of asylums almhouses, and parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and Mrs. Joe Norman and< and Interestingly. A hearty .e

4 3 Col. ---_____________11.00 prison peopled chiefly by those this week. baby. Joan attended church at alien la extended to the pub! ,

I 8533: Cassette, SuppliesNo. ruined by alcohol. Miss Bessie Tyler spent Tuesday Corinth Sunday. ittend and reap: the beneui.

I 6 ________________ 1.00 If liquor news were handled today tight with Miss Hazel Thomas of .

\ 8039: Gassetts, Supplies the it was handled Stlike.: The account of the Unite' Well educated men Mari''i, i iarlans .

YOU WILL VINT* IT* WERE No. 6 Col. ----------- 1.25 terday, this way nation would get yes.a ---. States' first election, that of Wash- biographers cnginer

r I 8040 GassetU, Supplies, I shock that would carry us back to Among the students of Boston ington's selection as president, '\was end editors, have a working knot

sti' No. 2 ________________ 1.50 prohibition in a year. university sev ty-three nations printed on the third page of news dge of not less than 50,000 4 8041: Mitchell's DrugStore are represented. papers of that day. t I la estimated.
uo1 Drugs No. 3 __ 2.34 I Dr. Henry E. Fosdick says "This I
MCCALL'SNt1t1D 8542 A. M. Blanchard present loose, tipsy, cocktail-party-

p BStOrn Plcto aleW a FRFpESI/ 8513: Book O. Cabinet No. 6__ 6.00 generation in the'history cannot of be alcoholism.the last word As .

J. Phillips, 3 light OUR NEXT SERIAL IS A WOW!
.' ** switches No. 6 _______ 2.00 sure as history repeats itself a revolt
? JOURNAL 8544: First Bancredit Corp. I is due a change of public at-
titude born out of disgust with and -
1 Paym.t Boiler
on No.2 LLt
/. e 8545: : Cal Gllsson, one week 26.311, fear of the intolerable estate we n

t.p O No. 3 --------________14.00 are now In."
___.- t't Q As.tpn 846 C. J. Powell, RepairsNo. Sources: Union Signal Dec. 7, ''l T
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O aatrle.N 907 w16 6 Na U c ctmgrfr unfry nl i 3 ________________ 3.50 1936 and Jan. 9, 1937. ea O
rr rrr 4 -6 Nat p r Ro.. MQcattltlu Y 8017: Smith's Ser. Sta. Payment rIPPCO"r\ 1'
6tasN ,t Yr D rmtko '",1 ., yO on Tank16.50 The United States Is the largest eO' '

I Pa Napalms 1. Yr. 0 clu4 slafq M gaag,, 1 Y. 8548: C. A. producer of rawlfurs: In the world. ( 1'f ,n\S
Knight, orderM.
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---- Cray ? .1 y. L La L. Wallerson ______23.63 14979 C. A. Knight. Tag, s. '. .
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NneucratL (S TI) .t t3 a"ftify M+ _. 1 8349: Fla. Hdw. a
I Yra Wltn_ yrl Co. Roofing Agent for tags______167.10 ( ..
qi: yna7 NNU _6 a d Lepryam MKnnlq --.1 bQ No. 3 Col. ----_______124.90 14980 C. A. Knight Tag -1 Ue' r'
% -1 MO 1
0..1tl edN1,141l7 p141l 1 r- t V O y y., 8300: : N. Thomas Janitor Agent for tags ______72.25: \ & Jilr
Ily4q.fh ury
O ilc nut NN :2'/n t1 PO.Ifry qxj Month-,.. '=Yid No. 3 -----___________10.00 14981 C. A. Knight, Tag .. papaate. **&& &

: 'Itisap, 1 8301: : W. C. Manning, Haul- Agent for tags _____36.33 tt\O. -
ytl+ r Sn 8N;ltwul t.4*!'. Q O Rhz'7' rargw-; .1. ing roofing No. 3 col.__ 2.50 14982 H. H Howard transportation r \ualYriiel\o"au\e ',.}.no.1S 1 ,

a SW st r-- 1 Wo mnt i r4rekum 'I Yra 8302: : Fla. Hdw. Co., Bal on _-________18.00 ,t0theh11aT1o: e daffy\ & }v\t&., now) >. t,

tu4 --4 Y.S Roofing No. 3 Col.____ 8.29 14983 L. A. Gray, teachlng.100 the )Ctheft\\ gottOo go fipe x w

t 8303: \ E. M. Bennett, Jani- 14984 C. A. Knight, Tag \lie\ ) II drink p,6tat \ aro that {ot ,

tor No. 6 ____________4000 Agent for tag ______11.75: n
mw a \ 8304: : V. R. Reddish Safety 14985 Mrs. Blanche Edwards UUXed\ \ (J JeVa %TVtsSa \\-

orm MO. i Patrol No. 6 _________1500 teaching ____________50.00 ) .1 4oT *
orrni no. t
) An General Fund: 14986 Mrs. L. H. Futch : : \\OW\ gSrs .
t flea N.wipap.f. 1 Yr. tot eOni,. nil Newspaper, 1 .. -at All Only Four' 14958-Mrs. J. P. Warren teaching____.__.__..50.00 \ t- tet

6 hem Ma.a"Group". f D> f$2 10 3 SJVSS5. A } .40 Of ice Work _________25.00 14987 Miss Gladys Guthrie eatN. ....,.,i tOtwalamb\ \ .tee"'1 .. } ..(1IN 11" \.'
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14959: Mra. Clennle Hlckok teaching ---_________50.00 ar,; c Thin
Clinic Nurse ________3600 14988 Rose Publishing Co. 1 t o4T ae eafa

orris WOo I oils MO. 4 14960 Dr. J. L. Summerlin, 20 Elem.,.Courses of ue1 =

'IWa .Ma....pap........... I yr. -.? This M.-p
2 ...._?Group ALr} sly 2 asras? A \Li: only 14961 Western Union, Messages 14989 Mlsa Llllle McRae.. s K

F '', 1 :.::S:.::: B ))52-25 3 ssrass B $2.50 ___..___..______ 2.35 Teaching .-----______5000 4 ,
14962 Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, 14990 Mrs. Emma Hill

Prof. Serv. _________1000 teacher :.---_______60.00 self
I 14963 W. C. Manning 1 day 14991 Mrs. Eunice Kelley cF

4 Ii i 11- v.y II.00 Mod_ M.-Ia a lay...- Lit Board Serv. _______ 4.00 teacher .------_____30.00
II tx..rtaa r..." 0...... 1.71 Meath PYt1Ino_ ._ SAO 14964 J. H. Moore 1 Bd. 14992 Void. r'L r
A..rlwa Magadw .__ '.($ Opoa Mead tor. Bar tOpFortvalir yl..,_ 1,00a.tbr day ."b\b M -.,
I lto.n and Leo Magana. L00ands' Serv & trip to Jax:.__1060 14993 Miss Hope Haynes J SS I .;

-'.. lar..r aa. th == I.TO 1.7I'athfted r
I CIuW Lib ___ IIS .lIyol1 LWCh Ser &: trip to Jax: ___ 8.00 14994 Arthur McRae \

>W.r'.......Wnaly H....... __ .1.10.10 PIctorial.lIotopa7! __ '1.00..1'Cc 14968 C. M. Howard. leachIng Teaching ---________3165 ,o.statt\1'f1t\1o{ \.0'1
OT.WPopular
Cw.Iry Ho.... I yn.. ITS M...Iwnlc. _.._ LISD.unsator ._____________ .40.00 14995 Miss Melva Crosby *
I ___ IIS Popular llel...... Mo thlT_ 1.21 4967! Cecil Thomas. Frgt. teaching ______15 00 eE"tft'4 I
BUI. Poultry lotuaolVona ITS Radio W... (CIIDIeG1I.) 1.19 ----- *
a fouraal S yn.___._ ISO lUdbook Mairaiia __ 1..nFl. on Furn. ____________11.18 14996 Miss Beverly Cady
t .... and ........ l.tj14S r).- .. el a..I... 3.4> IOCS)! H C. Brown teaching teaching ____50.OO "v. \ '
""'... Grower __ ScroorUondSCTMa *.00 -------- : C\\t\G
t II... Arw.N..dl...roa 1.10 Play *00 --------________5000I960 \ 14097 Miss Luclle Plummer,
H.... and Gard.aKvusvhold 1.45 BUr lie..a 1.00 Willie Strickland, }
teaching __
Maqaoiao 1.70 Sparta Attald 1.00 --------- 4000
1 I Llb.rty W- kly I.SO Suecmtul FarmlnaTrua 1.70 teaching Sub.________2475: 14998 Bryant Beasley, A l ,
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alt.rary Dig..l -=- === 4:SO Story Mavaiiaa t:11 '4070 Altamese Chandler
I McCnUa Ma........ n___ 1.00 QWomaa'i World 1.10 teaching -----------_3300 \ ,
teaching ----________3565IP71 : 14909 Miss Margaret Johnson k

.. ,. { Bryant Beasley, teaching -----------_5100

teaching50,00 15000 Lester Slade. trans.._ 1446 .
Y Mist W ape Iat ri lairaa A/1 s tri LA Idl at V Its 14972 Simmle Bradford 15001 Mrs N. D. Wainwright .

Gentlemen: teaching -.---_______95.65I : Sr. Flowers _________ 600, st\\t\g; \;\
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"f I I 14973 Starke Telep. Co. 13002 C A. Knight Tag **ti **tfkfl&&ii I
1 Ir I enclose $ for which .. send I. f T WW" fII."l
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me Telephone Servo _____24.40 Agent for tag ___ -1025
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the magalines I hay. checked, together with a 14974 W. V. Knott Tea. 13003: E W. Wilkinson r' ffrt I

I year's subscription to your newspaper II I Salary Fund --_____160.63 teaching ----------_.4323: VEBsr \
1 11 I 1975: J H Benson, Teach- 13004: Miss Mary Faulkner, I

1I toil i'' Name II'II' ing ---------________5000 teaching ----------__50.00
I I 14976 A. J. Criffls Test for 15005 Miss/ Hope Haynes I

I C Street or R. P. D. I I field day -------____1050 teaching Sub. -_____1873 I
e'' 1 I 4977 C. A. Knight, Tag 13006: Ida Brister, teachlng.25.70

Tows and State I Agent for tags _____148.60 15007 C. A.
Knight Tag_ 1030: BRADFORD
I I COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
L I ), 4973 C. A. Knight. Tag 15008 H. V. Knight Court
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STAKRJE FLORIDA; F'RIDtA lKKKlK\' 5. 1037 M mum MNEfEKN
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''"r 1DITORIAL STAFFIITORINCHIEF B. H. S. Tornadoes .\BODY'S BUSINESS Field Day Booth LAWTEY SCHOOL

I. p Enter TournamentThe Why does Virginia Alvarez and Adds To TreasuryThe NEWS ELEMENTARY ECHOES ] I
GINIA FUGATE Jewell Gaasett rate a Lincoln

Tornadoes went to the Su- Zephyr juniors added $11.40 to their Honor Roll .
TERARY EDITOR
HEMINGWAY wannee Conference Tournament In Why does Gene like Alachua' treasury on field day by having a First. Grml
ARTILE[
."nt ?r Cross City Friday and Saturday.At better than Starke? booth on the grounds by the basketball Elizabeth Grlflfs. Dorothy I Tlllltll GRADE : :

41A: -a SOCIETY EDITOR 3:00: p. m. Friday they nosed What can Willis be doing In court. Thompson, Carolyn Prevatt Maude The honor roll for

;j TLORIED KILLINGSWORTH out Alachua by a 21-19 score. Ala- Brooker after ten o'clock on Friday The Junior sales girls were very Taylor, Estelle Bennett, Atleen December was omitted
IOk: better ball than nights TWbat Starling, El'nestVell James It was as follows:
? [EXCHANGE EDITOR chua played far attractive with crepe paper red and !!, Jr.

, IMARGIE MCMILLAN expected while the Tornadoes gavea is the matter with Mar- white apron and caps on. Wllkerson Charles Sapp, Roger Marjorie Sue

very ragged performance, not beIng tile? We haven't seen Hal Alex- Peele, James Phillips. Cooper.
Home made ice cream, cake,
II SPECI/IIL REPORTER able to score but three points ander lately. Peele The honor roll for
I pies, and candy were sold in the Roger Ernest Wells Jr.,
. .\,.. LOIS JUDD in the first half. At 10:00: p. m. Why has Artford been having booth and balloons, birds, and all Allean Starling, and Carolyn Pre- Is: Helen

: the Tornadoes were defeated by conferences with Mrs. Long and kinds of novelties were sold on the vatt attended Field Day meet in Hardenbrook, and

' a.,, 'c. EDITOR'S MESSAGE the Melrose team 34 to 23. Our Mrs. Carpenter lately grounds.The Starke last Friday. Last week when we

IdaIt/' JfHere we are at the end of the boys started slow, being 10 points Why does Phillip take Robert juniors wish to thank every- We are glad to have Barbara about the Eskimos,

I.I I. iiflrstfmonth after Christmas. Did behind at the end of the first pe along on his dates-to do the driving one who helped make the booth a Moore In school again. Eskimo scene for our
I t riod, from then on it was very This week we are
rt |wj_ Rye up to our New Year's reso- close. Every Tornado player saw ? success Honor Roll, SwonJ Grade study of Africa

Ilutlon: to make better grades and and I Frances, Edna and Harriet spent Wesley Wilkerson, Junior Crews Middleton brought a
Bit.udy. ,! service in each of these games BIOGRAPHY OF ;
"Accomplish more this year than Sunday afternoon in Gainesville.
honor Roll Third Grade paddle which the
geolf 1-/ each player did well in the Melrose IIILD.W'RICK I
: we have ever done before T But In- Miriam the week-end in Mildred May. used to paddle their
; spent
As a whole the team did .
game. Hilda Wyrlck, a lover of school
Fstead of just making a yearly res- I
,
/" well In all departments except goal i Gainesville. We ate glad to welcome back they go to war they
and books, was born on September
volutlon let's make one at the first
eqagcy 'o<":every month. Let's start this throwing. Our boys just couldn't Doahia was a visitor in Jacksonville 7, 1919 In Lawtey Florida. Ernestine Moore, who has Just returned -I l sharp It for end a of It with She
spear.
find the basket. Randolf Quarles Sunday. When she was two years of age from Tampa. ,.
.second month off right, always for
us other
was placed on the all conference she and her parents moved to Alexandria Spelling Honor Roll same
\\h.v lour lessons prepared and
ENlor ;I strive;. to learn and accomplish as second team, and guarded a silver 6th Grade Elects Virginia She lived here Romes Prescott, Buster Bennett, I ments which Miss her.
basketball. Starke was also ad- Mary Dixon, Evelyn Edwards, Clifford
[much as it is possible. Look at until of age to attend the Lee
second neatest team In the New OfficersWe Johns, Kathleen Hardage.
the our report card and promise yourself Judged School for girls. After going here
rWtt that you will change that "C" tournament.The for one year she moved to Jacksonville Honor :toll, Sixth Grade () ,% \'

'lanisb to a,j'B"' and that "B" to an "A". players attending were, Dan. have elected new officers Florida, where she spent Ollie Taylor, Gwendolyn Smith, INUS

: 'OS nth- .-. Hazen, captain; Albert Lee Crosby, and chairmen In the sixth grade. much of her school life. Coy Rosier, Minnie Lee Smith, The career of Inns

..i'GOOD, MANNERS Artford Brown, Bob Long Ran We would like for you to see them. Hilda attended these schools BurnclF Wllkerson. Enda Edwards gan September 26,

ie ee dolf Quarles, Winfred Hazen, S. G. The officers are: while living in Jacksonville: West We are very sorry to report thatpam.y the last
One months
can not take off and put on of: the
p Denmark James Kinchen, Nyram President-Sara Barefoot River Side, Springfield, Murray Prevatt Is very Ill, but hopeto
and charm as onecan's while the guns were )
Cood manners
evd'ea i Vice Hill and have her back next week.
Wynn Gene Long. Others who President-Jimmie Griffis John Corrie Her parents ed far
wrap. They should begin at and wide and
Howard Ed I Secretary-Joe Andrews. moved to when Betty Phillips, Reporter.
went were Coach Lawtey she was In
were the air
home;. Courteous, happy relationships filling .
\ with members of one's fam- Bagwell, and Roy Tomlinson. Committee chairmen: the ninth grade, thus causing her CHEEVtOOKEECheewookee Little Clyde .

emb ily are the best foundations for The basket ball team wishes to Plants-Freddie Wimberly to change schools again. Hilda was an Indian Chief, ping Into the bright '

i making agreeable contacts outside thank Mr. Gray and Mr. Howardfor Desk Inspector-Retha Geiger graduated from the ninth grade in He didn't believe an any relief, home of his parents,

the home circle. making it possible for them to Floors-Leslie Reynolds Lawtey and then came to Starke But believe me, when he said l, C. B. Prescott only

If :at'one's own dinner table one enter the tournament. Windows-Buford McKinney where eleventh she completed the tenth, "Braves, get to bed," tle baby sister, who Is

!' I talk with the other members of In charge of Programs--Lois and now the tweflth He meant that. I attractive young girl "
*.;
grades. She Is
''rtt"r one's family pleasantly, about one Booklets Are Made Newsome 1936-37 class. a senior of the For upon his hat was a feather : eyes, blonde hair and "

another's interest and amusementsone Trash Can-Ray Goodman That bound his people together. plexion. She has

will not feel ill at ease at someone Of Flood AreaThe Reading Table-Margaret Len- through Hilda's her favorite school subject all I'I' height of five feet,
'!tJ else's dinner table. year. has been They were always loyal to him, and weighs 117
English. She has devoted
rdtr non.Book much of
Each person should come to the two seventh grade geog- Case-Margaret Silcox her time to this one subject. But they couldn't see through him. When Inux reached

table'.aa clean as possible. If not raphy classes are making booklets Magazine Stand-Bessie Tyler. Her favorite colors are green When a battle was just begun, six she could! not go
oa!
the flood in the affected They hurried with the news; begin the grand old
the family standards are lowered. about Flowers-Frances Noegel and pink. She dislikes dignified
have selected titlesto For he always won the victory. and 1, 2, 3. She (
'Each person should be punctual states. They Nurse---Doris Mae Gaffney seniors very much.
at J meals and all should leave the use, such as "The Tragedy of Boards-Doris Thomas and Onle Hilda always has enjoyed out- lie thought his people very swell; not start to school Bloodsworth.'J

table J together and always avoid 1937." Some will use the headlinesof Mae Starling. door sports. Some of the many They thought him the same, as reached the age of
well
sarcastic remrks. All of these pro- the newspaper, others will make Erasers--Mlchale Dew are: skating, swimming and bicycle ; a desire to travel
motetgoodwill In the family and their own. They will cut out pictures Reporter--Richard Jackson. riding. He danced and sung at any feast people. At the age

-, lays the foundation for social sucCed.1P' I and paste them In the book When she has completed high He was their own loved Indian began traveling. She

.t.tIt lets to show afterwards how horri- school and has Chief. Brooker to Fort
Special Assembly gone through college
,. :wii ble the flood was. They shall also But why always a victory? attended school four
to oth"eir's she to be school
yJ One i should learn respect expects a
]{ possessions In the home write stories about the flood and Monday AfternoonThe teacher. All through high school Marjorie Thompson, being satisfied with
the states affected. 10 years old. there, she moved to
made of Hilda has worked toward
(,*JGood manners are up being one she attended
petty, sacrifices.Emerson. seventh period Monday we and she hopes to accomplish her THOUGHTS! FOR TUB WEEK school

re.r, 'Those who learn to make these SECRETS OF POPULARITYThe had call assembly Mr. Gray wishes In the end. 1. No one knows what he can I years.choose Finally she
made announcements Hilda has visited. do till he tries. a place to I
of
petty sacrifices In their own homes secret of popularity is to be concerningfield many places few
do' not need to be worried about found not in a display of knowl- day, Lucille Webb was men- Interest during her life. She has 2. Be sure you are right, then that years the best of her life.

i< their manners when they go out I edge or wit, but in knowing how tioned for keplng the halls the seen Mount Vernon, Washington go ahead her was Brooker and
All quietest Lorraine Stockwell received Monument and the mint, a place 3. Habits are at first cobwebs, ,
I to bring out others. people aredlfferent made her home
Iee' CALENDAR OF EVENTS and therefore no one $100 for being the best where money Is made. She has at last cables. ever
Inus
all-around eighth grade student been to Look Out Mountain In 4. The quick brown fox jumps has gained a .
all. With
toy Monday, Feb. Si: method can be used for utation as a senior
student. Nettle
Dowling won the Tennessee over a lazy dog.
rtl .Student Council some people we must talk a good ford School. .
matches field Oleta 5. The mould of man's for High
spelling on day. Smith. a
Geraldine Silcox won the prize for -- tune is in his own hands.
''
-, ((.;,'Professional Study. respond. Then others will talk as of her
period life and
reading. After all announcements Railroad earnings are reportedat 6. 'Tin growth, not accumulation
- ''"Tuesday, Feb. 9: soon as you begin to talk to them. I to do Her
so.
everyone went home. the highest level since 1930, that makes man great power
While to be conversationalist
,VB. H. S. Journal Club. a good ship are unique and

". Wednesday.Feb. 10: Is important it la also very Important remain so.

iBeta Club."Extension. to be a good listener. To
FLORIDA I She, like all other
m- 4IGUUGJiTS.MJf hNNG1#11lI.PAI4Ifm
be listener does not mean
_J Class. a good !
,..... ,. several dislikes The
:Thursday Feb. 11: only to keep quiet but it means to
,, standing ones seem to
also show interest and not -
Chapel. respond
, Elementary ....,1I ''''' : ed people, History
; :
;
4
!
word look and
[Friday, Feb. 12: only by but also by II'C."i ent people.

[Lincoln's Birthday program. manner. ,"
e' Tournament begins ,. Y'yr' She Is very fond
( ball
Basket The person who is trying to keep .
at High Springs. up a conversation should not thinkof : =m \ -..; sports, and a homelife.
to sum within
himself but of what he is say- p'Wt.SJ"1 up
'" of and
EXCHANGE ing or what the other person is l sports a

;f' Junior reported frequently reprimanded saying._. A person that keeps his t"" 'basketball one of the best and
'
players of
for relating too many eyes and ears open In this Interest- \! n "
$details and warned to be more ing world should have something to \IN.. ;(.f High School team, I
',
1:brief sent in the following articler.ut -: say suggested to him by the con ably continue to be a !

58* night Sir Dwight Hopeless, versation If he follows it closely girl. But the lover of
at Pannaore's ball, for a time to
;atguest Lady Trying to understand others by

'complained of feeling ill, took a putting yourself in their place, tolerance life for a more

{.drink, his hat, his. coat, his departure toward others' opinions, anda Her plans are to

no notice of his friends aympathelc attitude of mind, a JM college and continue a

a! taxi, a pistol from his pocket.aDd helps others to talk easily In our f f reer. She has been

I finally his life. Nice chap, rereta. presence. Self-control enables us doing what she makes
." to do. The earliest
to wear a pleasant expression even
; Orange and Black-Cocoa. when, feeling disappointed or worried tainty has been

--- Naturalness and lack of af- struggle for a new
begun, and Is to be
HAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- fectation are almost always irresistible.

The Starke boys weren't jealous Delores : .

of, the Gainesville boys? To be clever can not be forced I II
the tournament -
Bradford boys won and It Is a mistake to try. Men,
In High Springs next week ? I FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and women, when talking to members
didn't have to enter
The Juniors of the opposite sex, often try
taim a the seniors each year. My Many Year Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to Render
to show their entertaining abilityby
EFFICIENT PROMPT and
COURTEOUS SERVICEThWERATE
to wise-cracks. ,
resorting By
dI BIOGRAPHY OF PRICES
showing a genuine interest in others
ARTHUR WALTER SWANBOM: DeWITT C. JONES
and a lively enjoyment of small
One cool morning In October abeautiful Starke, Florida
r pleasures are more dependablemeans r
baby boy was born to of producing good conversation ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Swanbom. Theymmed
than a line of vaudeville pat r.
this beautiful boy Arthur
ter. I II
Walter Swanbom. He was born In
.
October 25 1919, one I I WANTEDGUM
I ; .Chicago, year.1.tter UE WONDER WIIY- t
j the world war came to an'IoM. I

I. Arthur lived in Chicago for Myrtice has lost Interest In Lake

IIIII!: weeks and then came to EauGenie Butler Maybe Starke boys aren't : CROSS TIESCALL

\( Fla. There Arthur resided so bad after all?

fl : two years and grew into ahealthy Grace and Doahia tried so hard I Irrrfj OK WRITEWilliamson

boy. to go to Cross City? ) Ie
At the age of two and a half A junior boy is wearing his class u iVrr

.years Arthur moved to Rio, Fla. mate's pin. Can it be the emblemof i Tie Co.:
He lived there long enough to start love? 5.

;- to school. Arthur finished the sec- The First-Aid boys didn't stay In w l? '.-.

I jlond grade there and then came toT Gainesville where the atmosphere : I IMSuI': Gainesville Fla.
II I i. Starke and entered the third grade was more suitable for their condi- wm t ,qtr, ,

p In the Bradford High School where tion? k11But I

_ _ _
111't"r.Iuf has been attending ever since. Frances Peek was so excited .-- t,

'Jfe is a senior and will garduate Friday?

|with us this year. -eT110UGIITS a mere remnant Dow of once numerous One of the most Interesting Insect of all that

3i Arthur plans to go to collegewhen FOR THE WEEK flocks, the majestic AMERICAN EGRET has been inhabit Florida is the FIRE or CLICK BEETLE, For Expert RepairingSmith's

[ he finishes high school and 1. God never Imposes a duty ruthlessly: slaughtered for the paltry sum obtained which emits light or intense brilliancy from two

[take an electric engineering course. without giving time to do It. frcm the isle .f its graceful plumes. Shy anddifficult spots on the upper portion of Its body It has the

., Arthur likes science and mathematics 2. Do noble things, not dream to hunt, except when protecting their power also to control these lights by extinguishingthem

and physics In school and them all day long young, the egrets were easy victims of the plume or of making them di mor bright, according GaragePhone
[dislikes and 3. It Is better
English history. to wear out than
banters who found Jt very simple to shoot up a to its fancy On dark nights, the beauty and
; Arthur likes out door sports eeecially to rust out,
rookery of 400 nesting birds during the coune daizling effect of these lights is truly a remark-
and 4. who believe
hunting swimming. They can conquer -
I ; than can. of a few hoar. With the adult birds gone, it was aUa sight. The inhabitants of tropical countries 120

The administration building at 5. The lofty oak from a small not long before the defenseless young died of often keep fire beetles in small cages for the purpose I

I the Ravine Gardens in Palatka is acorn grows. hunger or the victims of red ants, fish crows or of illumination or to make use of the insects Wrecker Service Day or Night"It

[constructed entirely of cypress 6. Learn to do things well, or snake, and the scene lately M full of life and for personal adornment Even the egg are luminous. .

,[(god. not do them at 1L t lor was'turned to one ..f desolation and death. j
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I\i rAG FOI-B RR.4DFORD COUNTY TELJEORVril. STAICKE P1.ORID\. FRIDAY FEBltl \u'I..,
J'I',' \ ._ i i I
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M. S. Circles I Baptist W. :M. U. Circles I !SIRS AGATHA THOMAS I I WHEN TilE .\ :iprl \ '=:

Entertained MondayMrs. Met This:, Week : FAVORITE Funeral services for :Mrs.: Agatha COME: :

E. K. Perryman was hos Young Matron' tires Thomas, sister of J. F. K.ckliterand (From the Catoctin ('1\i .

to Circle Number One of the The Young Matron's Circle of I RECIPESOF Mrs. E. M. Thomas of Starke, mont AM. ,

Missionary Society Mon- I the Baptist Church held its regular were held Sunday. January 17, in My father says the ,'I"ain't 'f
Stuart, where she died at her home. .
afternoon, at her home on business meeting Tuesday ; put up rig) ,
Madison St. Yellow Jessa/ night! at the home of their new COUNTY Besides her relatives here, she He finds a lot of fault!,.
plum blossoms and other 'leader, Mrs. Ben Fussell. BRADFORD is survived by a son, George, of perusin1 It all
U. D. C. Meeting night
Spring flowers were taste- Promptly at 7:30: Mrs. Fussell HOUSEWIVESMrs. Boston, Mass.; a daughter, Mrs.
He
Held Wednesday In bowls and vases Garland Edenfield, Stuart ; three says there ain't a <-n, '
arranged reading the
j opened the meeting by
Miss Etta TI- the where the guests sisters Mrs. T. E. Strange, Palat in it worth while t t..,"I".",
Mrs. A. M. Darby, living room 125 Psalm. Mrs. A. M. Darby, I And that It
son, Mrs. L. G. Powell, and Mrs. seated. president of the circle, gave an impressive : A. M. Darby has alwaysbeen ka, Mrs. J. E. Conway, Jackson- of stuff doesn't the print. I]Ii.,,. ..'
C H. T. Hal) entertained the W. T. The circle leader, Mrs. W. E. prayer. famous for her culinary art. ville, and Mrs. James A. Cunningham people n ,
Weeka Chapter United Daughters presided over the meet- During the business session officers 'I When she was asked for a recipefor Sanford; and another brother ;I He tosses It aside and ,,..'
strictly on the
of the Confederacy, Wednesday af- and gave an Interesting ac for the new year were elected the Telegraph she couldn't de- L. C. Klckliter, Stuart. But you ought to hear bum
ternon at the home of :Mr! and Mrs. of the international mission him h" L
and plans were made for a full yearof cide which recipe to give. How- The following tribute was paidto when the
A. M. Darby. Bowls of lovely yel- meeting that she recently at- service. ever when her family heard aboutit her In the Rtuart Dally News: paper docsn t lom',

low calendula and jonquils addeda in Jacksonville. A report they immediately said to give "In the passing of Mrs. Agatha 'tj
touch of springtime color to the the Bishops Crusade, which Mrs. Fussell, assisted by Miss her recipe for scalloped oysters, Thomas, Stuart has lost one of its He reads about the wed';m s *.. a
rooms where the guests were seat held in Jacksonville last Amy Moore served a tempting sal- which she most graciously did. So most worthy and respected) citi he snorts like all get out, M

ed.The was given by Mrs. Per- ad course to her guests during the here It is. Now try it and nee' for zens. Mrs. Thomas was a womanof He reads the social doln', \\,th "IJ
president, Mrs. L. A. Davis, who was much impressed social hour. yourself how delectable it really Is. rare fortitude, a staunch sup- most derisive shout
presided over the meeting, Mrs. E. Bishop Arthur Moore's Inspir I Circle No. Two Scalloped OystersOne porters of the highest standards of He says they make the paper to i ,:I

K. Perryman acted as secretary address. Circle No. 2 of the Woman's large box of saltines life, and one universally esteemedand the women folks aloDpHe'll K J
l and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee transacted Olive Ray conducted the Missionary Socety! of the Baptist : A of oysters admired. read about the pait.es. U:< quart
: the duties of treasurer. The service, the subject be- Church met Monday afternoon at he'll fume and fret and groat 1
One-half teaspoon of salt "Coming to Stuart in 1901, she
president appointed Mrs. G W. "The Power of the Written three o'clock at the home of Mrs. He says of Information ,it dot]< (..
Roberts, Mrs. H. B. McLendon and I !." The study for the after- W. L. Wall, with Mrs. Wall and I Black pepperA I was among Stuart's first public have a crumb-- [ft'
quart of milk school instructors. She was a
Mrs. L. G. Powell as a committeeto was "Christian Missions and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee hostesses. But you ought to hear him i, iiJ
Butter I charter member of the Woman's !
select and purchase a large Health," and the subject I when the paper doesn t
Potted used in dec- (OD
plants were Club, in which she was active as lHe's
United States flag, also a large discussed by Mrs. L. F. Smith, this Cover baking dish with a layerof v
the home for
orating meeting.The long as her health and
permitted,
y flag of the Confederacy. Middleton, Mrs. A. W. Ander- devotional was led by Mrs.J. cracker crumbs and on this puta always first to grab ,It ,
at
served
of
as president the club y
Managers of the Confederate Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Ame- layer of oysters. Sprinkle each he reads it plumb
Lord followed through 'I'
H. by a
prayerby
during the 1913-18. She
Museum in Richmond Va., have invited layer with salt and pepper and dot year wasa He doesn't miss
: Ray and Mrs. W. P. Smith. The :Mrs A. M. an Item or a watt
Darby. I
charter member of the P. E. O.
with bits of butter. Repeat this
the Daughters of the Con of social service, ad-this Is true. I
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, leader of Sisterhood, where her to
federacy to prepare records of their W. B. Parks, reported the cir process until all the Ingredientsare ability He says they don't know what \1l1!
Circle No. 2, announced the follow- used, having a layer of crumbson serve extended beyond her strengthand
Confederate ancestors, which will had done some good work the want, the durn newspaper gunU'I'm
be placed In the Florida exhibit at month. New Nembers added ing officers and committee chair- top. Pour the milk over it and where she was loved for her going: to take a day sometimland

Richmond. Miss Olive Ray, Chap- circle number one were Mrs. S. man: bake in a moderate oven until the high ideals, her unassuming: nature go and put 'em wise, j9r
ter Registrar, reported that she Dowling, Mrs. Bynum Perkins Leader, Mrs. J. W. Brownlee oysters are done. and her loyalty and devotion to Sometimes it seems as though tar,

has prepared over thirty records. Mrs. J. H. Fields. Co-leader, Mrs. J. H. Lord -Mrs. A. M. Darby. her friends. must be blind and deaf
The chapter historian. Miss Amelia .. hostess, assisted by Mrs. L. Personal Service, Mrs. W. J. Ep- "The daughter of a minister, dumb; an

Ray, read the record of Col. W. T. ( Smith, served dainty sand- person. SARCASM ABOUT WAR she had grown to womanhooil in But you ought to hear him holle 1!

Weeks, as February 15 is the 09th and tea. Secretary, Mrs. S. L. Peek Here's a bit of sarcasm anent active Christian service, and the when the paper doesn't cons
anniversary of his birth. The his Number Two was enter- Treasurer, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee war that should be read by every full life she led gave evidence of tOne

1 torian also read the war records of by Mrs. Carrie Ritch at her Mission Study, Mrs. P. M. Bare- war lord in the world. It is from I a more than ordinary background.As I hundred persons die ,r v, *
the Confederate soldiers related to on North Cherry St. The foot the New Mexico Lobo and Is an I I such she became one of the raid violating Madrid "neutl'll'' .

Mrs. Darby, Miss Tison, Mrs. L. I room was made more attrac- Flowers, Mrs.! W. L. Wall editorial under the title, "In De- leading members of the First Baptist zone. :

G. Powell and Mrs. Hall. with pink geraniums and love- Enlistment, Mrs. R. A. Thomas fense of Defense," and Is as follows -' Church of Stuart, serving as -, i f
The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. J. white Eucharist lilies. "I have with a member of the choir and as a
Fancy work, Mrs. J. E. Wilson : a neighbor
Morgan Darby, served tempting meeting was opened with Transportation Mrs. S. L. Peek whom I wish to be a friend. He teacher in the Sunday school for REAL

refreshments of spiced tea, sand- by Mrs. A. Wood, presi, Plans were made for a silver tea also wants to be a friend of mine, many years..
wiches and cake. of the Society, and the devo- to be given the latter part of Feb- and we both agree that we must "Those organizations which en-
t The March meeting wll be held service was conducted by ruary and also for the business get along peacefully together, doing Joyed her fellowship those friends ESTATE

at the home of Judge and Mrs A. J. W. White. The circle lead- meeting to be held at the Church everything possible to further who were privileged to know her, IF YOU WANT
Z. Adkins, with Mrs. Adkins, Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Stockwell, presided the evening of Feb.'10. mutual understanding and friend- and the members of her own family TO
Marcus F. Brown, Misses Olive the business session, and at Circle No. 2 has charge of the I ship. In order to show him my are enriched by the dignity, de- BUY SELL OR RENT

and Amelia Ray as hostesses. time the following finance interior of the church and plans good intentions, I built a high votion, loyalty and complete life of SEE US-

-. was appointed: Mrs. i were discussed of improving and i barb-wire fence with steel pickets this noble woman. "To live In the
Japan leads all other countries of INSTITUTION"W. Ritch Mrs. A. Wood, and redecorating it. I on top between his house and mine. hearts that are left behind Is not WILSONREALTY

the world in production of raw silk. W. A. Bessant, Jr. The j I He, in turn to convince me of his to die."
following flower committees CO.BEASLEY'S
L. A. Davis talked Inter- I I I I friendship, has put a ferocious dog .- .
OLI JOHN MI.RRPN: : GOOD :NOWIda were announced for February: first
Mad Thin Sec Tent on the subject of "Chris- in hIs back yard. I then put bul- Jones says that railroad gains .
Old John. nays, "1 Iced to get up E Missions and World Health." Sunday Mrs. W. L. Wall; second I let-proof glass in the windows on will offset the loss of surcharge. _', ,_'. ': ',10''': ,"j Mi.-rt.: '
or 6 times every night. Thin blad Sunday, Mrs. S. L. Peek, and Mrs.
der Irritation, cauxccl frequent deeire, Davis and Mrs. B. M. Mont- J. E. Wilson; third Sunday,, Mrs. |i the side of my house facing his
vettlnif up nights, burning, ana each gave a report of the
and
backache. I flushed out extern, W. B. Alexander Mrs. H. L. I started to wear automatic pis-
arid tablets. and iniKl poisons from with burhu little Ic-nvex green, In Crusade Jacksonville, which last they Thurs at- Brownlee, and Mrs Oscar Andreu; tols in my belt. The other day I SEiviclsllii \

juniper oil etc. Just nay Buketn to fourth Sunday, Mrs. P. M. Bare- saw him moving supplies of poison ;
your II rll II'II'1"t. After day If not foot, Mrs. Lloyd Green, and Mrs. I gas and hand grenades in his
mire pleased feel hi better will refund after that your fluHhlnff 2Go. I hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. Charlie Powell. house Now I have a machine gun We Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas. I f'
and I "Ret my regular deep." Mitch McLendon, served a tempting mounted In front and
yard,
my
Mrs. Lord led the study and dis- :
ell's Drug Store and Oil Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries
course with.hot coffee. cussion of the year book, after for the life of me, I can't under- [
stand why we can't get along bet-
r0STRAWBERRY which the watch word was repeated -
Club to Hear and the meeting was adjournedwith ter."-Florida Times-Union. BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S I

CUPS & CRATES Educator prayer by Mrs. Brownlee.The --eAt .

Woman's Club of Starke will hostesses, assisted by Mrs. one time, the United States SERVICE STATIONOpp.
Wholesale Price on the S3 pint its regular meeting Wednes- J. E. Wilson, served delicious hot and South America exported 400-

variety of Strawberry Cups and afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in : tea sandwiches, and cake to the 000 humming bird skins annuallyto Court House Phone 60 I
Crate are as follows
: club building. fifteen members present. England for use In hat trim-
Cups In 500 Cardboard Pack- ming.
ages @ _,______________$5.30 D. P. Carpenter, chairman -e
I Crates completewith dl- the school committee, will have Mr. and Mrs. Williams - .n------
%l All !Ices &% dealers discount that Dr. Ballard ,
and u 2% cash discount. Sim- i Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams NEW FLA. GAIL
Dean of the P. K. Yonge were hosts at a delightful dinner GREEN'S

J. L. HARRELL deliver School in Gainesville, recently in their home on Cherry SYRUP 37c FRESH MUlLET I
the address for s
the
St.
when they entertained in honorof
Mr. Williams' sisters. Miss Bell
L. A. Gray, principal of the Williams of Tamassa; S. C., and STORE FISH 8e t

County High School, will Mrs. Harry Dozier of Ocala. VERY BEST
a short talk
e 1 .e. 3 concerning. his. Japonicas and potted plants "
i
Cleva I were used as decorations throughout tRICE SIbs 24c CASH & CARRY LB.
Carson also of the the lower floor'of the home. .
STARKE FLA.
\ School and her pupils will ,
". the musical The dinner table was covered witha
: program.
handsome linen cloth and the PORK 11.II
for the afternoon are: center piece was an artistic arrangement -
H. B. McLendon Mrs. E. S. : of red Japonicas and COCOA 2 Lbs. lOc BEANS 16-0z. 5c
Studio Uprightsand Mrs. A. Z, Adkins, Mrs. I fern.Those iLARDTGN I
F. Chapman, Mrs. P. D. Fan- invited to be with the
Grand PianosALSO Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. Q. hosts on this occasion were: Dr. JEWEL I
ROUND STEAK
lb. 20cI
2 Anderson, Mrs. S. L. Peek, and and Mrs. Harry Dozier Miss Bell 52c
.
GUARANTEED USED Morgan Darby. Williams, Mrs. Oliver Hall Aspen-
PIANOSA wall and son, Oliver, and Mrs. T. FRESH PORK

Price for every PockptbookLILLIAN'S To Meet R.and Bridges Mrs. Yancy of Jacksonville Williams. and Mr. PRINCE ALBERT, can __ lOc SAUSAGE, Lb. .. .. __ 25c

9.'' Ladles' Auxiliary of the :
-
BEST WIIITE
Church will meet PET OR CARNATION
MUSIC STORE evening. Feb. 9, at the Junior Woman's Club Meets I
tall I BACON Lb. 19c
MILK{ 7e
of Mrs.
lh' Opp. Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE O. E. Stansbury. The Junior Woman's Club meets I can
i I G. H. Lowry will have Tuesday, February 9, at 3:30:
I
; of the devotional and Mrs. o'clock at the Woman's Club. Hostesses -I MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. __ 1Oc MUCK ROAST OR
F.
.Ward will be the program for the afternoon are Beatrice STEAK, Lb. _. ____ ___ l2cI
'iI- BOREE Moseley, Edith Rowe, Mary
: .. W. A. Bonham will con- Edwards, and Myrtice Killings- I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BtlLOGNA .
Full Uio of Caskets it the Bible quia which begins worth. 121/c.

1\ AMBULANCE DAY ANU top of page twenty-five and --. : lie PKO. SAUSAGE Lb
'I'+ with ,
question number, 997. Prayer Service At BaptistThe
:11 53 PliO SALT Pkg. ______ __________3c
O. II. women spend fifty per "Day of Prayer for World I NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c
It' "A HOME-LIKE: more for footwear than do Peace" will be held in the Baptist lIERITOR BELLBREAD

British women. Church Friday, Feb. 12, at ten RIB

.::1. ____,__. _. .._._____._,_..____.______ .._,._...-..-.---,.-..----, o'clock in the morning. An hour will I : 3 Loaves 25c BEEF STEW
-- -- - ----' Lb.
------- -- be given in observance of this wor- JJk!!

thy need. The 100 BOX
program will appearin

LIGHT'S SHELL STATION next. week's paper. i i ASPIRIN Box __ _______3c RIDE OR SIIOL"LDER
f _+. PORK Lb 15c
QUART JAR
344 TEMPLK: AVE., STAKKE, FLA. :NOTICEThe .
local chapter of the Woodman _

Circle will meet at the Wood- !: : MIJSTARD lOc FLORIDA
It SHELL QUICK ACTING GASOLINE man Hall PORK
: Tuesday night at seven- CHOPS. Lb. ISc
,
thirty o'clock. All members are QUART JAR
ti A Perfect Lubricant GOLDEN SHELL MOTOR OIL urged to be present at the business PEANUT BUTTER 25c
meeting to discuss plans of a district I -' ONIONS 4 lbs. lOc
meeting to be held here Tues-
r Also Serving Superior SANDWICHES COFFEE day, February 16. GROUND DAILY


tr CHILE CON CARNE CLAM CHOWDER SOUPS (Signed Mrs.) L. S. Hutto, Sec. i'' PURE COFFEE Lb. 12l/c CATSUPo _______ IonNO.


s41's T-BONE STEAKS COLD DRINKS BEER ALEA MUSICAL PROGRAM-AND: I 2 SS- TANDARD PACK KELLOGG'S CORN

The white EXHIBIT friends: of Bradford : : TOMATOES FLAKES 3 for 24c I

DANCE HALL FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT County are invited to attend an can 6l/c I III

r exhibit and program Feb. 12 and :
-
4. :... PROMPT CURB SERVICE Hart 13, at Furniture 213 E. Call Store.St. The In front exhibit of AGENT FOR I

o F '.Y will begin at seven o'clock and the I TRUEMAN
t. Yours To Please program will begin at eight. Much I FERTILIZER CO. :

enjoyment is promised all those I BETTER
who will attend. II QUALITY FERTILIZERS

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. VBfBl&teFEDRUARY S, 1037 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA TACK F1VK
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Sir and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Mrs H. G. Cross And daughter. I JIII":5: P Varulivlere and son Mis. A. K Souls, Mrs. N. '1'. elephant carved from a solid blockof

children, of Ralfnrd were visitors Miss Mary Jo. of Tampa were Pltnor. who have spent the past Green, accompanied' by Mrs. H. (' mahogany. The elephant Is
here Saturday afternoon.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- I six weeks here with her parents.Mr Wimberly and Miss Ethel:: Ricks, of
surmounted by a curved sent 'l",1Is
ley Tuesday and Wednesday. and Mrs. O.V.. Alderman, Highland! spent Tuesday in Jack-
Bits off and Mrs. Luther Rhodes, of have returned to their home in sonville.? Friends of Mrs. Wlmber a remarkable piece of carving

Lake City, were visiting friends Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Mr. Uriah, Ala. 'ly will be pleased to learn that she done by a native of Afrlcn.

here Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. S. T. Dell' all of Gaines- is much Improved, having been
ville were visiting friends and relatives Mrs. L. M. DeSha and daughter confined to her bed at the home of
Nev -------
'+ her daughter Mrs. Green, for Friends here of the Rev Laurie
J. B. Sapp left on a business trip here Monday. Marjorie, of Wildwood, were visit- several -
weeks, from fractured O. Ray who Is pastor of Hen-
Thursday for Plant City. He will -- Ing Mrs. DeSlia's parents Mr. and suffering a -
; ; f CERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND return the first of the week. Miss Leila Dea Andrews of Mrs. W. H. Struth. Sunday until hip. dricks Memorial M. E. Church.

'I PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Ocala spent the week-end herewith Wednesday. Mrs. Struth returned South Jacksonville, were pleasedto

:"i'f'iIi' Judge Adkins on a hunting trip her sister and brother-ln-luw home with her daughter and Lire W. E. Mlddleton recently hear his Thursday broadcastsover
this week twice killed two birds on Mr. and Mrs H. C. Brown. will remain until Saturday. hail a visit from her brother Earnest : WMBR from the Roosevelt

,,,,-f a covey rise. Dowling, who has just returned
t Hotel. Mr. chosen the
Chester Parham of Atlanta was Among those attending the Eddy from a trip to Africa. Mr. Bowling Ray was by
v t' Mla3; orotby Sapp visited relatives J. F. Klckliter will go to San-. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Duchin Dance In Jacksonville brought numbers of curios and Ministerial Alliance to broadcast

In/Gainesville Sunday. ford tomorow to visit relatives.Mr. Miss Lucile Mitchell spent Thurs- Hayes Saturday. Mr. Parham and Monday night were Bill Graham valuable gifts to his sister and oth- for several weeks, and his last appearance -

'''&& day in Jacksonville. Mr. Hayes were schoolmates.Mr. Henry and AI Manassa, Joe Edwards er relatives, among them being an was yesterday afternoon.
Stanley Bennett was a visitor to and Mrs. J. R. Boring of Jr., Lillian Moseley, Mrs H. _ n__
Jacksonville were visiting here this C. Brown and Ernestine Andrews.Mr. .
< Jacksonville Saturday. Miss Kitty Hogsed spent the and Mrs. Morgan Darby
'U weekend.Mr. week-end in Jacksonvllel as the spent the week-end in Jacksonvilleas

0 Mrs.,jC F. Sauls was shopping In guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. R. Lane. the guests of Mr. and Mra. W. and Mrs. T. T. Long and The Difference I
'Jacksonville'; Tuesday. and Mrs. George W. Anderson J. Epperson. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter spent Sun-
*I' ""',.'Ii\r).','11 of Raiford, were visitors bere Mrs. F. E. Scheli of Lake Butler day In Madison. They were met Will Open Your Eyes.

:, :AJ; Griff was a business visjltor.ln Sunday afternoon. was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Ep Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Keller and I I there by their mother Mrs. W. T.

" Jacksonville Wednesday. person Thursday.Mrs. son, Leo, spent the week-end in Jackson, and Dr. and Mrs. D. C.
Mrs. R. M. Markham and Mrs.S. Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Forehand, and daughter, Peggy
t'* d.ckti'.:' Patten of Tallahassee was R. Dobson of Raiford, were visItors Hazel Craft and Sammy Mrs. E. J. Brazier. all of Baconton. Ga. IrG.E A'LJeiill1L
here Tuesday. Carr are visiting friends in Avon
visiting1 friends here last week-end
.,.rl t Park this week. Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth and
: of I, Wimberly and daughter, Freddie daughter. Kate, were visiting in j P11/
H,S-'Harvey! of Plant City spent Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Markham,
/the,,week-end here. the State Farm, were visitors here A. J. Grlffls Fred Hazen, and J. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, and Miss Helen Jacksonville Friday and Saturday.
, H. Moore were in Tallahassee While there they attended piano
)4-, '" Tuesday afternoon. Prather spent Sunday at the Ravine -
;, You work hard lo not
I 'I Thursday In business.Mr. Gardens In Palatka.Mr. recital In which Mr. and Mrs.St'uth' grow good crops. Why
I.Mr., and Marcus F. Brown
Mrs.
11 : granddaughter participated. make sure' of top wages! for your work by using:
,/"spent":' in Jacksonville. Mrs. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey,
I .,;,i.-Saturday' was a visitor here Wednesday and Mrs. James Lamb and I and Mrs. John Milton IDEAL 'ertllizt.'rs-lhe best and surest fertilisers ,:

'*" 'Judgtfand Mrs. E. K. Perryman morning. Misses Pat and Dolly Lamb spent Brownlee of Bronson were week money can buy? The extra results you get from

i spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville. end guests of Mr. Brownlee'a pa- Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald and Mr. IDEAL Brandy will open your eyes and fallen
Miss Mary Lee Wynn who bas rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown- and Mrs. H. B. Terrell, all cf Tam- pocketbook,
1; Merrill Struth la In Tallahasseenow lee. pa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. your
MrrfMary' C. Richard of Washington been working in Dr. M. B. Her.long' IDEAL Brands especially recommended in
working with the U. S. Coast Marcus F. Brown the first of the are
,:'D. C., has returned to hers office left Sunday for Jacksonville
, home after spending some time as where she has accepted a ;and Geographical Survey. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, week. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. the Starke and Lawtey section for:
In the Duval Hos Miss Madge Middleton and Marjorie Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Terrell
the guest of Senator and Mrs. C. position County STRAWBERRIESTRUCK
E. Johns ". pital. Mrs. Carrie Powers returned to hue: Middleton were dinner went to Atlanta for several dayson
u her home in Lakeland Tuesday guests of Mrs. Mae Jones In Jacksonville business. CROPS
, .. n _... ...... ______---- -______ .- after visiting with Mrs. W. J. Ep- Sunday.
Miss Mlna Manassa has returned FIELD CROPS
d?1, I person.
from a three week's' vacation in
AGAIN WE LEAD! Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had
Mrs A. F. Sauls has returned to as their guests Tuesday Mra. T. E. Chicago. She had intended being WILSON & TOOMER
;1, .. her home after visiting In Jackson- away from home only about a
Duncan and small son, Ted, of FERTILIZER COMPANY
IN ADDITION TO OUR RETAIL TRADE THE FOLLOWING ville as the guest of Mrs. R. L. Gainesville and Mrs. Willard Mills week, but was prevented from returning -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
del Norton. home by automobile because
{ DEALERS ARE HANDLING OUR of Athena, Ga. 1 of flood conditions in the
J. II. WALLACE nINtrlC" n"pl'f'Kf'nl..t"'e

Celophane Sealed MilkHKOB'S Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams spent Wednesday north. OCALA, FLA.

:.....' Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth of Hampton in Jacksonville as the guestof Full
Storks Curried Hj:
Miss Martha Brownlee, who has
TEMPLE LUNCH OLSEN'S CAFESUWANNEE spent Tuesday afternoon in her daughter and son-in-law, e
STORETORRUELLA'S the pust six months( In Indianapolis -
Jacksonville. spent
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BAISDEN'S COURT HOUSELUNCH Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hall Aspen-
KELLY'S. ; wall. as a student nurse in Carl Johns, Starke, Fla.
S. R. JOHNS Little Miss Mary Lou Shepard of Indiana University Hospital, was
C &C CAFE BRYANT'S
WHITE'S STORE Monticello here Sunday for a short visit with
is spending this week J.S. Norman Fla.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and sister, Lawtey
KEENE'S MAGNOLIA CAFE HART.MAN'SALL :
with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Jeanette Klnculd returned her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. M.
I. Mrs. C. A. Brownlee. Miss Brownlee will con
Knight.W.
Tuesday from Tampa, where they G. W. Roberts
\ OF THESE PROVE ITS QUALITY tinue her studies at Riverside Hospital Lawtey
r b; visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
In Jacksonville until
Wainwright of Jackson- C. Durden. September u14r71i/
.f. ... STARKE DAIRY ville spent Sunday here with his --- I when she will be graduated

r parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struth and .,.. ._"' __ ....4
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E. F. Mgr. wright. '
.- children, Shirley Elizabeth Anne,
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------------0- and William, were visiting his parents I U'ASBUKN'SBUCK
I, Miss Carolyn Hutto of Monti- Mr. and Mrs. W H. Struth, 1. WHEAT TIP TOP GROCERY P RUNES
NAT SEZ: cello spent the week-end here with here Sunday. "
I g :a Well I see by the paper that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
FLOURPkg
I S thin sit-down striking! Is reaching Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg hadas Lb. 6c

,, '". dangerous proportion* there's nor their week-end guests Mr. and I' Starke, Fla.
telling where the thing will stop. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Mrs. Glen Searing of Jacksonville lOc

The latent la a young fellow who l III! daughter, Fredrlka, were visiting and Mr. and Mrs Bob Wells of Pa- I FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALSSYRUP
; I, sitting-down In hit nweethtart's Mrs. Edward's parents, Mr. and latka.J. Apricots
.: /( apartment and says he won't move Mrs. W. H. Struth Wednesday.W. I FEBRUARY 5 and 6, 1937

until she derides to marry him. D. left Lb.
Doyle ( Thursday for Qt. 15c 19c
Well, It's an 111 wind that blows no- P. Smith spent several days Jennings La., where he will visit i II
body good, and If the sit-down In Lamont with his brother. From Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Prather for .
I
strike fad uprueds to Starke I hope there he went to Tallahassee on several days. From there he will NAVY
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you'll chooMe a pair of Sternberg's business. go to Houston, Texas, for several SUGAR STEW RIB Lb. lOc
BEANS
trousers to do your sitting. They'reguaranteed weeks.
to give the moat sits Lorraine Smith of Tallahasseewas _

per mile and will last almost as the week-end guest of her sis- The W. C. T. U. meetings are I 5 Lbs. 25c 4 Lbs. 25c

./ long aa what you're Hitting on. ter Mrs and J. P.brother-in-law Warren. Mr. and growing In Interest.to those who PICNICS Lb. 24c

are Interestetd In the vital thingsof

l Mr. and Mrs. George B. life, and a delightful fellowship I PINK SALMON lOc HMOKED
Flynn can
SHOESFOR Is enjjoyed by the members. The
and children -
-Clermont w reweekend meeting on Friday Ellis week will I
HOG JOWLS Lb. 17c
guests of :>trs.
TilE Mrs. Florence E. Canova.Flynn'amother be with Mrs. J. T. Quigley.Mr. COUNTRY KISTPEAS MOLII PACK

' and Mrs. George Manassa TOMATOESNCV WESTERN
: ENTIRE FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and children
r who have resided here for the past

ner and and son Mr., Johnnie and Mrs., spent J. C.Sunday Gar I two lanta years to make, left their Thursday home. Mr.for Ma-At- 303 Can lOc 4 Cans 25c CHUCK ROAST lb. 19c

afternoon in Palatka.
nassa has accepted a position with

Dr. -and Mrs.- H. B. McLendonand an Insurance company. He was Charmer COFFEE c'nl2%

E. S.daughter Matthews, Jeanette have, and returned Mrs. formerly gia-Carolina a salesman Candy Co.CENT for. the Geor- I BOLOGNA, Lb. 12./c



1!I ai I In from Lake a and visit Worth.Mr.with and Mrs.Mrs.D.R. R.E. Edwards Lee A WOlfflCOLUMN I PURE COFFEE, lb. lOc LAMB STEW' lb. 15c


I II I .. U .., I BREAK o' MORN hIOME SMOKED WHITE SInE

ANNOUNCINGThat i COFFEE BACON I
LARD BACON
.%. A, DURDEN has taken FOR RENT: Five room cottage

Over Operation of he StandardOil furnished or unfurnished. J W. 2 Lb. 25c Pound lac Pound 20c Pound
f: !- ..ne Station at the Corner of Morgan. tf 17/c
Walnut and Mudlnon. Will Appreciate
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WILL PAY CASH-for used
pianos.
four Patronage THE BEST IN TOWNIJ.U.LOONFLOUR
Write Lillian's Music
t t I Store, 342 W. University Ave..

Gainesville, Fla. tf 25c 75c
; "e
RITZ THEATRE FOR" SALE-One million Mission- 0-..11'. 2.-LHS.
,
I ary strawberry plants $1.23 per i

1.1 ) .J STARK 1,000 at field. M. Rhoden, Starke . .
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PROGRAMTHURS.FRI. & SALVER
: PEANUT
! Jlr WANTED TO BUYHardwood
; logs: ash, magnolia, white bay I I
.!LADIES'' CRASH!! &: LINEN CLOSING OUT; -ALL SUEDE ., FEB. "-3 maple, poplar, cypress. For prices, I PEACHESCfl TS 25c BUTTER

: etc. write Dixie Lumber Co. P. O.
I "Stowaway"Shirley LE
; J..SUITS Box: 443, Jacksonville. Fla. 129-41
.I SHOESL98

Alice Fa v Temple Robert Young FOR SALE--Seed* that succeed. No. 2Yz can 15c BUTTER 26-oz. 15c 2 Lb. Jar 25c

: Potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and
SATURDAY; FEB. 6 ,, I
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1 2.98 $1.69 squash, corn, beans, peanuts, peas, II-OZ. HA LAODRESSING
-DOUBLEFEATURE'Last and peppers. New crop seed and : FRESH VEGETABLES

I '' of the Warrens'Bob prices right, at White's Store. CATSUPBottle
MEN'S WORK SALE OF FALL l-22-4tp
and FRUITS
Steele I i lOc Qt. 25c
-AND'Leavenworth- NEBRASKA RED BLISS seed potatoes -
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PETERSDRESSES for sale. Also full line i ONIONS, 4 Lbs. - -, lOc
MADE Cale'ALSO beans, corn, peas and garden seed. SWEET P_ & G. SOAP 4 bars 15c

j: $ ::9SERS VA'$2.9SooMEN'S $ COMEDY- SERIAL-- ern Our grown seed are as all good northern as and can west-be I POTATOES, 5 Lbs. lOc

bought. We also carry full line of FRESH Maxine Complexion SWIFT
8UN.-MON.: FEB. 7-8 fertilizer as good as the best with TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 15c BORAX

HATS NEW PRINTS 'Thedora Goes Wild'Irene organic nitrogen as high as CO per BEET OR S 0 A P SOAPCARROTS
Dunne cent. See us for prices before buy- I
I Ing. Brownlee Bros. 2 Bunches 15c 5c 5 Bars
ALL COLORS A LARGE SELECTION I Melvyn Douglas 1-13-41 Bar lOc

Also News &: Comedy FOR SALE--Good full-sized I YORK APPLES Lbs. 25c '
97c 13c 17c 23cIT I upright ( N- lUOIIT or OCTAUONCLEANSER ;
TUES.-WED., FEB. 9-10 piano In excellent condi
tion. Only $30. Inspection invited. BANANAS 41bs. 15c 2 Cans
PAYS TO BUY AT "Bride Walks Out"Barbara I, Apply Telegraph office. tf i 9c.

StanwyckGene .

STERNBERG'S \ ALSO MAJOR' Raymond BOWES Me FOR RENT-conveniences.New bungalow, large shady modern I Libby's MILK, 3 tall cans 20C| MATCHES, Sc Box, 3 for lOc !

\ lot. Also
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WANTS BE.\R >iin7J77r*
1 \.VDEHS GIVES HINTS l '

: RURAL I I TO n..olun.Jt IER8I LEESBURfl j..U(" ,'', '

ON LIVESTOCK CARE retary of the Florid i _, '
COMMON SENSE I 71 Council, said the i J' '; *

: GARMERSSECTION I GAINESVILLE--.Accurate diagnosis LIVE STATE I will be asked to pi ,. 'o K ,

I: I By SPUDS JOHNSON ., : and prompt treatment of disease on the list of get ," 'I,,' ,

are Important factors In live- protect them with t t. .".. .

Conducted by Demonstration Agents NAVAL STOKES BRING stock production, says Dr. D. A. ,I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs season as applies to .''.

mrOKTINT REVENUES Sanders, State ,Experiment Sta- .j some steps are tahi n ,", .

N J TO FLORID ANNUALLY tion veterinarian. III the bears, he adde l, u,,, ,:r. ,,'

_._.. v- soon will disappear '
"" Dr. Sanders also gives the following M""'NJP'"' 1- ----w.-- --' --. in H j"II''" ;
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-w In olden days boats which piled the law b"
timely veterinary suggestions :
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) ed nuts; then put them throughthe the seas needed a good supply of : !MORE BODIES FOUND TRUCK SHIPMENTS GAIN ed, is that much illegal ,iur7.

: ; Hints To Housewives I chopper, twice if necessary to pitch to caulk the seams Gum Hog cholera, still the moat destructive TAVERNIER The finding of WEST PALM: BEACH Farm ing is done under the gu.-, ', '*'

, make a smooth product. Add from pine and other suitable trees Infectious disease of the seven skeletons, believed to be Agent M. U Mounts said nearly hunting.

1' 'rom-e: Demonstration about two or three percent salt to was collected boiled until it be- swine industry, may be preventedby those of war veterans who perished four times the amount of vegetables CANNOT SEIZE.-
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Weekly after came thick, sticky pitch, and used l t:
the nuts either before or means of serum and virus. Pigsof in the Labor Day hurricane of shipped In the corresponding TALLAHASSEEion.BtNi

_____ Specialist TaHatiaa ie j grinding. for "naval stores." Now, over 200 eight to ten weeks of age, the 1939: was reported recently. Workmen week last year were forwarded to J. M. Lee said an Inepe,' ?"'

Peanut butter can often be substituted years later, the name still appliesto period when they are easily han- rebuilding the overseas high market a week ago. Floods, strikes department found !"r ,

RECORD PEANUT CROP for part or all of the fat products from pine trees. dled and when less serum and virus way to Key West unearthed them and other troubles hurting the seize after looking nothing ovei h, ,(

AID TO WINTER MEALS called for In a recipe. Peanut bak. Announcement of meetings being Is necessary, should be Immunized. at lower Matecumbe Key. markets, he said A total of 181 operated roulette wheels the ,"

ing-powder biscuits and peanut held In Florida and Georgia Feb- Early vaccination of pigs also pro- carloads of beans, peas, tomatoes er gambling devices 'Oj< (

Peanut dishes will be on the tattle cupcakes can be made by substitu- ruary 2-5 by the U. S. Forest Ser- tects the animals from contractingthe MILK BOARD HEAD and other early crops were shippedin the Royal Palm Club in oper ,
thla butter for half of the vice and American Turpentine the week Mounts stated. Mlatn: "
T at many a family dinner ting peanut disease. TALLAHASSEE: cover nor devices were licensed ':
winter If American housewives rat In the recipe. For drop cookies Farmers Association, and that the .
Ii. The "ox: warble" attacks many Cone has appointed Dr. J. H. Ther- "other machines" claasificail'
make the most of one of the seaeon's with a peanut flavor, use peanut industry Is under a marketing ACRE NOT ENOUGH the
i(, cattle at this season of the year. rell, Ocala banker director of the S3 State Slot Machine La '' I
r beat food bargains. The 193d butter entirely In place of other agreement bring to mind the fact i I Farmers who can give their herds State Milk Control Board. He succeeds TALLAHASSEE State lands Comptroller pointed out \\

\: fall peanut crop, estimated at 1,- fat. I that this old industry Is still important rather close inspection should remove W. Henry Bryant of Jacksonville are not for sale at $3 an acre the not Investigate gambling, but he ,,

311, OOOO pounds, la the largeston For winter days, nourishing I In Florida life. At present these peats from the backs of who resigned at Governor state cabinet decided and so Informed I the proper licensing oflOt

) record. Thlfty housewiveswill soups can be made with peanut Florida produces about onethirdof the affected animals by pressing Cone's request. The appointmentwas I would-be purchasers. Any "other" machines covered! *.

uae It In soups, scallops, salads butter. Cream of peanut-butter all naval stores manufactured In out or using forceps. The warbles effective Monday. Florida land is worth at least $5 law. bv' .

biscuits and breads, cakes, cookies, soup Is simply a thin white sauce the United States, and one one- I should be destroyed. an acre, Governor Cone told cabi-
and confections. Nutritionists con- fifth of the world production. The I NOTICE Of A PPI.lf"\T
made with milk, flour for thicken- RECORD GAS CONSUMPTION net members, adding: "Everythingis \
Poisonous plants cause the deathof FOR TAX
: elder peanuts a bargain because ing, peanut butter for enrichingand State has ample forest land to (fte.sit. HKt.lt
, considerable numbers of livestock TALLAHASSEE-Florida set a going up In price and we ought Bill )\jo. K.li
they are low In coat yet concentrated seasoning, and salt and produce a much larger volume of I NOTICE IS HEREBY niv ,
pepper. I record for gasoline in to get better prices than that. The O W. :\; -
consumption Hall
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in nourishment, rich In both Peanut butter Is also good in tomato -. naval stores than It does at present in the winter and early tlflcatc No. holder of '. .,f TI. '
; 'spring. Factors causing death from December, exceeding even the cabinet rejected bids for state 612. isSued th. nd ,
and fat and of July, A. U
protein good sources 384.
and onion aoupa. Onions scalloped eating poisonous plants Include the highest month of the 1926 boom. lands, for rights to shell In sub my office and has has mad f/l.,1,/ '": :
of vitamin B. with peanut butter make another Present production amounts to for < tppi)<-I',
a tax deed
f' growth condition of the plant, the Th comptroller's office reportedtax merged areas and for turpentine to be f 8HU",1, then
( Probably the most convenient thrifty winter dish Fill a about 150,000 fifty-gallon barrelsof Said certificate embraces I ihi, ,
______ condition of the animal, and the collections of $1,990,083.09 on leases. log dexcrlbrd .rol(
way to use peanuts In cooking la in I baking dish with layers of sliced gum spirits of turpentine and season of the year. The cockleburIs December gasoline sales of 28,440- I. ty of Bradford prnptrty, Sta t. of In Fi.i 111..i, ''d.]"
the form of butter. You I onion white than 500.000 rosin, wit
: peanut Crl peanut-butter sauce, more gum 430 Nearest
one of these plants. During the gallons. figure in the PARADE OF HORRORS South three-fourth.
rl can buy peanut butter or make it IIt and bread crumbs Bake until the worth, about $8,000,000 annually.The State's half of South Went of s..u
history wan 26,648,837 gallons Quflri .
early period of Its growth the i ,
JACKSONVILLE M u n lei pal (ion
at home. The only equipment necessary C onions are tender and the top Is industry provides employmentfor in of eleven, Townnhlp Kijk
cocklebur is succulent and palatable February 1926. South Rang .
Judge I. Muncy Anderson laid ; twenty-tw. E.,
: for home-made peanut butter .t brown. over 15,000 men, its annual
containing sixty .
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acre
for hogs sheep, cattle, and "j"
plans for a parade depIcting the lens.The.
la to is
i an oven roast the nuts and payroll over 4000000. Fifty- SACRIFICE
poultry, but it Is also poisonous. FOR RED CROSS anftenment of
horror of automobile accidents. the -Hidr,, ,
r. a food chopper with a fine grinding National guard observation airplane six of Florida's sixty-seven counties ty under the said cvrtlfltati\ '
r plate. Remove both the shell and squadrons are located in produce naval stores. Alachua FORT LAUDERDALE-The city Bands will play dirges, paraders wan In the name of I, ru; m.,.:.
I BLAME BUS IN ACCIDENT recreation commltee voted to walk Unless said certificate .
will at funeral floats xhull 11,
tbe brown dry akin from the roaat-1 nineteen stales.L1 County, with seventeen separate pace deemed at'cor""ng I to law.. th.
turpentine stills, has the largest CORAL GABLES coroner'sjury abandon a "River Revelry" page- will tell the story of fatal accidentsand erty described therein will, IF i I'',

. --- -" number of of blaming the company for ant planned for March 9 and in- drunken driving, wreckers will to the highest bidder at Hihou >- .,
operations any "failure to maintain the bus in a stead give the $2,000 show tow demolished e door on the first MI ,ndit
county in the State. money cars. Judge Anderson the month of March 1'i'r \\11> .
I, safe condition," called on the State to the Red Cross flood relief fund. proposes to have the pa- the 1st day of March 141; i "
Most farm-owned timber workedfor Dated thU 25th. day ( .I.I ,. ,
l for more rigid inspection of buses The recreation committee
comprises rade Feb. 6 as a feature of a safety 1987
naval stores la leased, but a to prevent a repetition of the representatives of thirty- week he has asked the mayorto (OFFICIAL SEAr)

number of farmers are chipping, Tamlaml Trail disaster that cost two civic and fraternal organizations. call. A.Clerk J. THOMAS of ,
Circuit i'"1iI1 I '
\ dipping and selling their gum by the lives of seventeen travelers. Bradford County F!"'rl i

the barrel to nearby or central Peace Justice O. B. Sutton, who -. TRUCKERS COMPLAIN- 1-29-51-2-29

: stills. Many farmers have fifty conducted the two-day inquest that SAFETY DEPARTMENT GOES VOTITR OP APPIlrtlloFOll \-
acres of woodlot on) which twenty of JACKSONVILLE Federal 1 T4X (>KFI)
developed expert
testimony an TALLAHASSEE-The positionof Judge Louie W. Strum set hearings Senate Hill No. IfI3)
faces acre could be worked.
per old break in the NOTICE IS
bus'
right springas State safety director, held for for this week in the attack ... HEREBY, ''ill'F'Th.t :|
These 1,000 faces In one season the by MI. D. E Turn h,.M,
probable of the accident -
cause three years by Asher Frank of seven trucking lines against state Tax Certificate No. 402, i''11,1 I
would produce about twenty fifty- said he had not decided 2nd, day of July, A. T) 1934 '-,
Tampa, was abolished this week
by limitation on the weight of trucks, filed
gallon barrels of dip says C. H. name In my office and ii
what his next step would be in the
Governor Cone "for made application ,,
for ,
Coulter, Assistant State Forester. case. I economy. trailers and their cargo. The carriers be issued thereon Raid a tux. d. ','
rtlf
This gum or dip usually can be Frank was notified his services said the law limiting trucks embraces the following clou*
--V would not be required after Monday and trailers to a gross weight of property In the County of Fir.,<"
r1 : sold for from $5.00 to $850 per RACEGAINST FLOOD State of Florida to-wlt
barrel. Labor and equipment cost TARPON Operation of the department, 20,000 to 22,000 pounds was "an I Lots Five Six, Seven, Eight
SPRINGS Vessels I
| i Including the director's salary, cost unreasonable burden on Interstate I Block 4 J. O. Alvarei. Add!' :
about $3.00 per barrel. hastened to the sponge banks offFlorida's about $500 to Stark II Section 28 T.w, i 'h:
The gum turpentine and rosin industry west coast to glean a monthly. commerce. The state railroad 6 South.. Range 22 East
commission and the state road department The asxeBument of the XRM! i
has operated under a mar- harvest before eddying flood waters WALDO SHIPS I erty under the said c..r"rl.I."
keting agreement directed by the from the Mississippi river make PECANS I were named defendants. ued was In the name of J T Bu
WALDO Waldo Unless said certificate ihnll be I
Agricultural Adjustment Administration the gulf too muddy for their divers is receiving deemed according law. Ih,' pr
for three years. By ImprovIng to work. The embarked recognition as one of the largest; ISSUING GUEST CARDS arty described therein will be '
spongers
to the
quality and adjusting shipments during record-breaking auctions centers of the pecan industry of FORT LAUDERDALE-The City house door highest on bidder the first at :M the<,nrtaj,ioir'

to demand, prices have been that already had porduced $161,661for this section. M. E. DeShea, Sea- recreation department sponsoredby the the month of MArch 1917 wh,, '
let. day of March, 193'
Improved and the Industry aided. the month of January, a gain. board Airline Railway Agent of the city of Fort Lauderdale is nated thin 16th., day of I... .

Gum farming brings( revenue of more than $6,000 over the same : Waldo stated that the first carloadof Issuing guest cards to winter visi 1937(OFFICIAL SEAL)

from farm woodlots and wild lands. month last year. For the first pecans was shipped over the tors. The purpose is to acquaint A. J THOMAS, .

Three things needed to continue time in history, sales were past a Seaboard Airline Railway from visitors with the recreational facili Clerk Bradford of Circuit County,' Florid"un' '

( and augment this income from pine million dollars last year. In 1935 Waldo on Monday by R. L. ties. The guest cards entitle winter 1-22-29-51-2-6-12-19

trees as listed by Mr. Coulter, are: the total was $625,000. Schenck. This car contained 404 visitors to two free days of
NOTICE) Of APPLVcITiOFOR >
k 1. Fire control if seed trees are sacks of pecans or 37,000 pounds. recreational activities includinggolf T4X ItKKltSenate

dlGHSOIUlhbE present. WARY OF PROMISESTALLAHASSEEAlready! This section Is well adapted to municipal swimming pool, NOTICE( ] IS! Bill HEREBY!V.. 10:1): CUT

2. Fire control and plantings of struggling the growing of pecans. Some of tennis, shuffleboard, horseshoe, That FoKter Shi Smith, bolder

I ,- seedlings where trees are scarce with heavy obligations, the the largest and oldest) groves in croquet, community center, dances, 11-19 the of Tax 5th..Certificate day of Nc 8nued f

: ny **i A "T to laclcson- One Round 3. Careful use of the hack or state road department held forth Florida being located in the vicinity band concerts, open air vaudevilleand 128, nan filed same In lIlir;: -
: RICE Way Trip puller, saw and ax little of Waldo. bridge parties. has made application for a tax '",
on one ol Florida Motor encouragement for county to be issued thereon. Said< ''1.
line :brand Zephyr buses .JACKSONVILLE _$ .80 1.45 The State Forest Service in Tallahassee delegations that appeared to plead 'I' cate embrace the following
t new YOUNG COUNTERFEITERSTAMPA JURORS GIVEN Mcrlbed property In the C. 'ir .
Is in LIQUOR
position to assist with for
highway construction in their Bradford State of Florida ', 'C
and luxurious YouTlTALLAHASSEE__ 2.80 5.059T ,
smooth
f quiet problems of reforestation and fire sections. "We will do the beat we Three youths who ALL.AHASSEE-Attorne11 ad- Northwest Quarter of Nortltw

f '' with our nt riders in Ib...ORLANDO ------- 260 ".70 control, planting seedlings, naval can for all the counties," Hale said. were booked as Tony Barjas, 21, mitted before the supreme court Quarter Northeast*" Southwest Quarter, Quartf North .'

radically different type buae. th*,TAMPA ---------- 260 ".70( stores practices, and proper care "We can give no assurance of any James Looker, 24, and Clements that jurors who convicted five former River, Section 84 Townnhlp

thor/* a new thrill in gays I ST.; PETERSBURG 305 550 and use of timber. project at this time." Specific : Sabin, 21, all of Tampa, were ordered Tampa policemen In the Shoe- South Insr 55, Acre Kange, more 21 East or fees.conin.

_, ... LAKELAND ------ 2.80 5.05 county applications ran against held under $:abondll/ maker flogging cases were served The assessment of the Bald retarty ,,!
new peak in comfort :never ..,.f or. up under the said ,
,, MAttained. aaa______ 5.80 10.45 The preamble of the Constitutionpf a report of department auditors by United States CommissionerPaul liquor while sitting in dry Polk sued wua In the name certlfl-a'of E. .' *">'
: Comfort a bl y conditionedwith the United States contains Pinkerton, on) of In.
I, the that already $12,979,396 Is Incur- charges County. A charge was made by g.Unless
ireah. invigorating air h.at 4 Union Bus Station words, "more perfect" a grammatical red for payment during 1937, although counterfeiting. They were arrestedby Pat Whitaker, Tampa attorney deemed according said certificate to' law hall, the t be'>Prr

to 'Juat the right temperature. NG o. I* BEASLEY, Agt. error. state revenues are expected city policemen and turned over seeking a new trial for the men, erty to the described highest. therein bidder at will the b(coir- '

xtm far on the Zephyrm. Opp. Court Houae-Starke, Eta to produce no more than $8,498 to Federal officers herc-when suspicion that while the jury debated his house door on the first Momlaj!
The central-western district of 209. was aroused by the youths' clients' fate, Intoxicants were served the month of March, 1937. white! '

the U. S. secret service In New consistent playing of a twenty-five them. State's Attorney Rex I the Dated liit day this of 16th March day, 1937 of: 'n'

York has been shifted from Syracuse TO FIGHT COWS ON ROAD I cent slot machine. Treasury Department Farrior, their prosecutor, gave no 1937.(OFFICIAL SEAL)

: to Buffalo TALLAHASSEE- bill with operatives said they explanation of the occurrence except A. J. THOMAS .

I adequate provision for enforce- found two coin manufacturing out- to tell the six justices that Clerk Bradford of Circuit County.('Fl''in,!i' .".

L-- ARMOUIIS BIG CROP ment to insure keeping cattle off fits in a house where Barjas lived. liquor was given the jurymen only 1-22-29-5C-2-S-12-19

J -, FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER the highways of the state, has been The outfits were confiscated. In "nominal quantities." OtIflElt op PI'OI.IC4.TIO1

MATERIALSBig prepared by a committee of the NO-TICK TO PP.a"
Cash Discount to State Junior Chamber of Com Wonderful Cluster of THE STATE: OF FLORIDA To1roll..a '
Grapefruit W. Hendrix, Moe> II 1//
Commission Merchants and merce for introduction in the 1937 -- ricks.. Lavinia Hendrlrkx ,. "'

r Farmers AssociationsJ. legislature, according to a statement Entered in Orange Festival Contest Farrell Banarhart.Wool.ton John l4angha'garet W -.",M

i Announcement-- L. IIARRELL, Agent this week by Charles A. Bertram W. Strode Kdwuid \ 1 1erson I'.
Lawtey, Fin.N Mitchell of Vero Beach, presidentof and Mary Carolln !IJI '00'
If alive and CT1I'heirs '
: ; If dead the %
the organization. The bill provides # legatee, devlsr< and '"'
that all sheriffs, constables, E! : teen of each such d", ",3 v, "I !I" r"
r AND TO Florida J.nml & 1''" u
A I Li to"'X.U.tA'; :, "" jutaices of the peace, and private tlon Company of Florida .' I, "i. .
I h..OIUN. 0 A"GUJ AI citizens be authorized to Impound 1t corporation, AND' TO _ill I I" '

We have the modern Cold "'N."II"OIL"rt.: ..:.': cattle roaming any highways numbered -j the having fallowing or claiming described an) ''n"-I 1.">' .'-
most Storage "
= H:;.'. by the state and wit
r8 ..... duo to _ol"._..... ,.... N'ltv.' *a'i' 2. 3. and 4. :
"'.0'0' __. .... 'oU... highway departments. federa'j In Section tt.:1 1 '
and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- ::,,1 -.:: :r,c':. publication of notice, they 8 Mouth, Range 23 Ennt ., ,
In Bradford. County Ft'! '
/ J14J the cattle if owners do not make TAKE NOTICE' that a sun' J ,.

If with a modern smoke house in connection. claim and pay impounding fees. Bradford Instituted, County In the Florida Circuit: :: ',I.' : '
.... ,
.10. Tentative
fees, subject to change, eery, by the filing of a -" .
I COLDS are $1 per head, plus feeding costs of plaintiff complaint against by Levey A anilyou ''"' ">V It

O you .... ."""
and a* defendants, and al
Ooo
Thousands of flame vines, bougainvillea the following other defend,t" ',
: NO INCREASE IN PRICES FEVER wit Anna L. Cason and hel' liii'lj'II <'
and wisteria grow lux-: M 'ason. Hilton H llnnP!
LIQt'ln: TABlETS 'Int *.' urlantly nl the Ravine Gardens at Florida Power *" Light Compan.*
BALVT) NOSE) H...d.e.e.. SO Palatka. ria corporation, F. M Yearwood "vw'0'
DROPS MI. Jte*> S. Yearwood, partner doing"!r
Try "U.b-H-TI.W.rld'. D..t nes* under the firm name ofYearwood
3 ( We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats M.l.f.t ?OTI"'FJ: OF APPLICATION Naval Store <' ."R"At'
'
FOR TX DEED Miriam May Lee and hei' I It '

I WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE n NOTICE,V. Hall,lit holder HEREBY of Tax DIVES Certificate' That eW- the facturlpv relief Bought Company.In said a corp..11' ,,1'

I No. 891. Issued the 6th day of Sep quieting and confirming' ":'
tember, A. r. 1933, ha* filed came in ,' tiff title to above descrlb- ':
my office and ha. made application a. an Indefeasible fee slnu'l''
for tax deed to be Issued thereon. thereto and the cancelingmuniments ...rI.I. '
Said certificate embrace the fol. of title a* a I 01 ,
lowing described plaintiff said title and tfl" >
: ICE & C.r..'.' .....,.. County of Bradford, State or"hr: % k- petual enjoining of each of '1 lCfr,
,
I'r.tI.. .f r.. da, lo-wlf ant from asserting title or >Irh

..r..... ...... South Misty, Rod Half. Section Except II,the Township South I t v.possession..... to any of and said h"VipHl latiB*' '*

.: ...,.. BIG DI. 8 8.mth, Range 22 Ea.t, containIng Ing through him THIS I?
200 acre more or le.*. I FORK YC""' I'
:1 IDEoIDI.: TO COMMAND :
COLD STORAGE CO. The *.....ment of the said proper EACH OF YOU to appeal !i', '"
:
,
!) ty under the said cetlflcate Issued I, L --r: \ cause, the same being Cast ,
was In the name nf H. J, Stewart pendlnar In said Court on M, "
fnl.es said certificate shall be .re March lt, A. D 1917. othemallegation ".
tl deemed according to law th* property of said hill of < '-P\: / ,
1: c t J. L. GEORGE, MGR. described therein will\ be sold to I will be taken a* confessed > J
the highest bidder at the court Witness my hand and th. ")",
: nnuse. door on the first Monday In Seal of said Court, at th' ',
O'l,1} Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. th. month of March 137 which" I* _I- Court House In 8tark, H','",
the r> tat d day of March, 117 '. .- _:.... :iA.-: County Florida. this 28t>' '
'.' at this 27th day of January '
: 1037, \\ .wnIy, Fla.-Lovely! Lillian: January A. D 19S7.
1 Gainesville Florida ; Craig Is shown here holding a A. J. THOMAS.
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) cluster of twenty-eIght rraiefru-f.; to be entered by a Waverly A* Clerk of Clrom '
A. J THOMAS: grower in the contest for Bradford County Fl' rlt'"
t iarg' t bunch .
of ,
grapefruit in '
I J- Clerk of Circuit Court Florida the ( OFFJCIA1
p of Bradford. County, Florida I It Orange Festival in Vvmr Haven, January 18th to 23rd." KNIGHT' KNIGHT
l-29-5t-2-2 'Photo by Dahlgrea. Attorney for Plaintiff.
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FEBRUARY 1937 COUNTY TEIEQBAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN'

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STARTS CHURCH DIRECTORV I I mind Bill; he'll l keep He led her "He told you about me ''" Gladys gag of mine confessed Hagg;rty 1' TilE l1CIIiNEOE

J to a secluded spot In a corner of looked In amazement towards Bill 'So. it was just another of your '
1 BAPTIST CHt'RCHr. LIBELL i| the yard where they were partly and found him making for the gags to get me henblazed The claim that machines have

*$|r. C. B. Price, Pastor | hidden by bushes door 'Oh, no you don't' You'renot Gladys j caused a large portion of the unem

a v School. 10 clock a. m., How much does Chandler meanto getting out of here' "Well. I'm heir and! before I'm ployment of today Is refuted by the

A. i,>. imas, Supt. ; you Connie Are you In love "I m not leaving" Bill assured through )'ou'll all be sorry you ever I, Machinery Institute, of chicago

Ho'!# ig Worship 11 a. m. ADAPTICsy LADY .vltli him" her. "I Just don't want Warren to itaw me! I've Just been something I I which produces< facts whu-n. show

8.' U, 7:15: p. m. untuSMJTt. I "Not jealous, lire you, Dad ?" miss anything" He flung open the to kick around something to1{I that the contrary la true In a pamphlet -

Even g Worship 7:30: p. m. ...UL I She patted his cheek fondly but at outer door, disclosing the listening protect a newspaper or another just Issued, the Institute deClares

'\.(.eachr Meeting, Wednes-I fromSYNOPSISBill f ..loItnRO' OI WYN'MAYER P d46I43 p. m. ped her lightness. "Terribly in love ron"" he Invited. "Could you hear was a lot of fun, making me fall born added to payrolls because of

1 L4eek Prayer service, WedneT:3O Chandler engaged 3? with him Dad. More than I ever all right or shall we start over?"' for you didn't you. Bill Chandler? the occupations crened by he use

: p. m. I by Warren Ilaggerty, man dreamed I could care for anyone. Connie greeted him pleasantly, Well I'm picking myself up. of machines

aging editor of the New York Star, Why' You like him, don't you?' but Gladys expressed siulprlse. "I You're a pretty poor sample of a As In the case of motor ':arsI

':. lethOCllSS; Church I to quash a $3,000,000 libel suit "Of course." didn't know he was out there," she husband, but no one else Is going to (her was a dismal forecast that

:, ., _, IL Montgomery.: Pastor. brought by Connie ,Allenbury inur- ''Then stop being mysterious! said 1 to Bill. "This has nothing get you! And. as for you, Warren many Jr ja would be destroyed tn

.Sunday Sc"001-10 a. m. rice Ilaggerty's sweetheart, Gladys Tell me whats worrying you!" to do with your or your newspaper Haggerty, you're ten times worse the field of horse! drawn vehicles,

Morning Worship-11 a. m. I Benton. aa a temporary affair ao "The Van Aradales say he's mar- Warren. You keep out of this As than he Is lie at least hud some but it turned out that for every

. 'jKpworth: League-6:45: p. m. that she can bring suit for 1len.i rled" Mrs. William Chandler, I de excuse for kicking me around he man they left unemployed they

Evening, Worship, 7:30: p. m. |I atlon of affections against Connie, For a moment she couldn't uttera mand" was In love with another woman, provided hundred with a new

. ',fr :'*TO'"are invited ta all these aerv- thereby causing her to drop the word, then rallied to his defense. Bill quickly Interrupted "I'm but you double-crossed me for the means of livelihood.Another .

l ICU suit. The paper had charged her "I don't believe it'! You know the afraid there has been a mIstake. sake of a newspaper. Well, marry Instance cited Is that

(;t Church with husband-stealing, erroneously. Van Arsdales!" This Is Mrs. Chandler." He Indicated < the paper and be the proud father some sixteen yearn ago It was feared .
tPrebyterIafl I
I Chandler falls In IOn with "I'm afraid It's true Connie. Connie. of .
t 4p.eyGeorge H. Lowry. Pastor headlines! That', all you're. good that the Introduction of dial
::1"I Services Connie and she with him, and he They've even met the woman." "What?" cried Gladys. for! I suppose this Is all very telephones would put an end to
:
Sunday Sabbath School. persuades.Ilaggerty! not to start enflamed than ever at Gladys's "No, I don't believe It! I won't "Yes. were were Just married distasteful to you, Miss Allenbury. telephone operators. But there

., flO:00 ill:00: a.a. m.m. Morning Worship. the alienation suit. But GladyS championship of Bill against him, Yes, It would explain so much. in Greenwich, Connecticut." said Well, my husband l Isn't worth were two hundred and forty-nine

, : yesjper falls. for her temporary husband and he set himself to out-thtnk Why we always met alone-why Connie. much to me but you couldn't buy I thousand telephone operators in
. ::143o* m. Young People's
, *;' p. Service.JsSSermonette. and Ilaggerty accuses him of dou- Bill and outsmart him. The result Oh, It's hideous suspecting him, "Bill, have you gone crazy?" demanded him, with all your money, at any I 1030 as against! one hundred and

t: by Pastor. ble dealing. When IIagg rty flndu appeared in but a single copy of and yet the flabbergasted Hag price!" ninety thousand In 1920, and aw

t fMldweek- Service: Chandler at the Allenbury residence the Star. At the bead of the society "We've got to know -- ask him gerty. Gladys, flouncing from the still Increasing.

: Mission he 'phones to Gladys to column was an Item to the effect point blank-" "If you think you can excuse this 'apartment, got into the bedroomby And again in business/ office
T30 Study.
vf v8:3tf; p. m.m. Prayer Service.v. rome with a detective, but Chandler that J. B. Allenfcury and his "Let me ask him father-In my by pulling'a marriage 1'111'be. mistake. where typewriters/ adding machines -

p. make a getaway daughter Connie were sailing after way. Go please, darling I'll ask gan Gladys "Let me handle this," said Connie and other labor-saving Inventions

., ,' Rosewood Baptist Church the party for a four months' tour him ao he can't misunderstand "Oh, but really we are married," "You two diplomats have have revolutionized the

.'ft.v: L. G. HemIngway, Factor Chapter ElevenA of the world." Acompanying themon She found Bill on the terrace, Interjected Connie, and Bill pro- done enough." She followed Gladys I old order a survey shows that the

I I 1:Services: every Sunday. Bible this' ciulse." continued the item, hunting for her. "I'm glad you ran duced their marriage certificate locking the door. total employment In such offices.

, :::'BtvJtly 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: POSER FOB BILL CHANDLER "will be Connie's favorite, William out, It's nicer here," he said un- Haggerty cast his eye over it. Bill and Haggerty listened for a mounted from six hundred and fifteen .

I, O'clock In afternoon. Chandler Do we hear wedding reproachfully. "They're married all right! time to Gladys' anglY voice and thousand In 1920 to etgat hundred .

J 'c I" "" Warren Haggerty gloated over bella?" "Bill. there's I've got some That's bigamy) What a story!" Connie's calm, even tones; without and eleven thousand In 1030.

'f "'BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH the headline proof to go over the In his anxiety to show Gladys thing to ask you .It'a ;Just "Print that and you 11 have another distinguishing their: words The Other Instances are that a print.

Bev. L. A. Doantoy, Pastor Allenbury story: "Connie Allen- the item he sought her out In a there's a question the most Important libel suit," shouted Bill. "My two men soon fell Into heated l ar er today can set more than five

Services every first Sunday. bury Being Sued for Alienation of booth in a beauty parlor where she I'll ever ask! Just\ answer marriage to Gladys doesn't count. guments. times aa much type as one with

Sunday School, 2:30: p. m. Affection by Mrs. William Chandler was having a permanent wave. She 'Yes' or 'No' but don't explain! Joseph Simpson Is her lawfully "You settled< the suit, but you out a Linotype machine did la18K

Bible Study and Prayer Service ," and exuberantly poured himself seized the paper from his' hands. If It's 'No', don't explain Bill, wedded husband. She divorced him stoh my girl," accused Higgerty. >, yet there are five times aa

I very: Saturday night another drink as Allen hurried After watching the rage spread have you been proposed to much?" In Yucatan --. by mall and all "Gladys Is worth more to me than many employed In the Industry aa

in."Do over her face, aa she read Hag Completely astounded, he murmured Yucatan divorces were ruled Illegal any newspaper In the world. Whatdo there were then because machinery

53C, Mark's Episcopal Church we hold the press for the gerty left hurriedly. At the Star : 'Have I been' What?" three years ago. I looked that you think I paid you $50,000 has lowered prices and made poll

Morning prayer and Sermon on Allenbury yarn?" he asked. office, he ordered reporters to cover "You know, proposed to your up In the Hall of Records yesterday for? Tc make love to my girl?" slble the vast growth of the print

the second and fourth Sundays at "Go ahead next edition. The the Allenbury charity bazaar hand In marriage She was and consulted! my 1 yer "If tha necessity arose, yes. But ing and publishing! business. And

11 a. m; Holy Communion Saints longer we wait the better It gets)II I that night. brea thles.s. Gladys and I were never really I assure you I didn't put forth my sound pictures displaced fifty percent

"Days atiO; a. m. Litany and choir can see 'em now -- the Allen- I Madame Pardona, the fortune. "What are you talking about" married." bent efforts of the musicians, but duringthe

practice every Friday night at 7:30P. : burys trying to buy Gladys off! teller the Allenburys had engaged She was almost hysterical. "I'm "It's all right, Interposed Con. SAnd why not your best efforts same! years musicians and music

asking you to marry me! nie. 'I've made an honest man of for Gladys? Because she's not your teachers Increased by 35,000: ;
: ... _
'c' > < = .d L '.c "'
(- "iT.t", :; "But you said a question Bill actors by 17000. theatre/ ushers by

i"T was bewildered. 1,000 and radio employees, by 15,
:
"That's a question: Will you _- 000.

B0B JONES t." marry me?" ; 'ii Therefore considering! the thousands

; : He turned, without answering, to I '_ employed in occupation)

Comments On Here k take her In his arm She pushed II : ,created: by new machine IndustrIes

him away. |I : which did noi previously exist It

,:And Hereafter "But will you?" : would seem! that the machine Instead
: ,' :
i4 of decreasing employment
Weare commanded by our Lord ,, l Chapter Tuelie has Increased It. Mt Dora Topic

to Jov.< our neighbors as we love : -E.--_
_
ourselves. That used to sound like nEnOEIIUT'IFEf: t A meteorite that plunged to

*'ratbr! hard commandment, but ; __ I _____ A earth near I'uragould.< Kan. was so

It'( n't 80 hard when we analyze it. ; "Will I marry you ?" repeatedBill : brilliant that citizens of St Louis,

How i do; I love myself? I do not \ "What do you think"" !Mo.. thought It was an airplane

wish:to coddle myself. I simply She took his face In her hands, falling at the St. Louis airport
bent his head down. "But when' I .
want myself to- have a square deal. ---- ------ -
I should : Now? Tonight?" I I
What II wish for myself H
wish'for my neighbour. We are ;:- "Tonight!" gasped the delighted ;, I I

told. In the Word of God not "to : Bill, and then he shouted to the 1 .'.. The Justice ol the Peace I How toEASE
I. a
look.every man on bill own things, winds: "Is there a preacher in the I pronounced Bill tad r
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but>every man also on the thingsof "Will you marry me r* house ? Come on!" t I [ Connie, nun and vriie.
tbwother.* I am not to be Indifferent 1a asked Connie. Mr. Allenbury, absent-mindedly '- __ a

to my own things, but I listening to some ,!guests, was discreetly -- ':

t.. remember always that there approached by Roberts, his I
am
have I wish I waa there-to see Chan- to amuse their guests looked up butler. him.Bill type" j
I
am other people Selfishness to whom is not only dler's facet! first; he lies about the from Connie's palm. "I see a dark "Pardon me, sir, but there's a I drew letter from his puck "Right1" I j I COLDFOR
obligations. et "Here, Warren- letter from "Oh ahe'n not
that good' enough for
Allenbury case seeing girl man--* .
wicked" it doesn't Sooner or person who claims to be Mrs.\, William .
who live pay.for themselves every day! Then he lies to Gladys I "Wonderful!" exclaimed Connie, Chandler. She wants to see Mrs. Chandler, she was touchedby you! Haggerty started. to pull off

find later they men have lived In vain. Those so she wont make trouble! Then with a fond glance at Bill. "I've Mr. Chandler< Immediately. She is your plea for the 600 starving his. coat "You've had this com I 15

live for God and others find he lies to me-tells me he loves been seeing one for four days!" waiting on the terrace. .nployees. that she's dropping the ing to you for a long time."
vwbo Gladys, ao I'll step In and clear the suit.' Bill doffed his coat and l a moment
$some where on the highway of life "Do you, by chance, see the lady Gladys stopped her Impatient
road to Connie." I what the dark wants Haggerty seized Connie's hand I Inter they were exchangingblows.
,iJttoat: they have been winners and doing man pacing when Mr. Allenbury approached .
""not losers. "You got to hand It to Chandlerhe her to do?' asked Bill, dropping a and gave his name, and "Oh Connie I mean Miss Allenbury 1

always did think fast." I dollar-bill upon the table. burst Into headlong speech.' -I mean Mrs. Chandler, I Gladys rattled the knob of the

i tf" "But I think faster! He's played At a glance from Connie, Madame "And I'm Mrs. William Chandlerand can't thank you. Allenbury heiress Inched door, crying: "Warren!
p/We bear a great deal of talk marries author! What !" he "
a
right into my hand! I settle the I Pardona replied: "It all de I can prove It too" i yarn Warren!

'.*about thyjwant; personal to live liberty.their own Men lives say case, get my girl back and give pends-upon the lady!" "You'll have every opportunityto was sprinting for the door when' "Linten. you sucker!" said Bill.

and do not wish him a kick in the pants! Here's to Connie took his arm and led him do so," he responded< grimly."I Connie stopped him. "It's you nhe's calling'! That gives
(fin their own way It the triple-crossing Chandler! I out of the tent. "Serves you right II say I will! I want my hus I "You ve forgotten Mrs. Simpson me an Idea. We'll see how She reacts -
: I tcj be told what to do. happens I '
"I hope ita not quadruple!" said -tryIng to get an answer on the band. Where i la he ?" ; she said to this!" lie delivered a sud- 2
world where
[ In
; that we are living a
Allen In a low voice, with a glanceat libel suit!" "He'll be returned to you Intact, I "That 'Mrs. Simpson' gets me den blow on Haggerty s none that
llt'i to live
." Impossible for men as to j; the door of Haggerty's office. "Young woman, you're a hussy-- Just as soon as I can find him, If i Glacldy! Look, lion, I've got to brought the blood. I
unless they please "
they please '
clash
live right, You walk down the Bill and Gladys, arms lovingly en- luring me here under promise of you will wait here." The bedroom door was opened
"Just minute Warren. You
letreet arm. I ask twined, stood there. Haggertysaw an answer! "Oh, you're afraid I m going to a and Gladys rushed frantically to TWO SIMPLE RULES

I what swinging you your are doing. You them, exploded: "You'll get it when my last guest make scene, are you?" want a real scoop. I, too, learned< Haggeity, got her aims about him. INSTEAD of buying cosily medicines -

you Is I have a "Where have you been Gladys?" leaves" "On the contrary, I'm looking my Yucatan divorce was no goo'i.so "Warron. darling are you hurt '" '! to relieve the discomforts of a
( "This arm.
:, reply, my "Dancing," she replied with a "You're a hard woman, Connie forward to It! I'll bring your husband I got a second divorce from Joe She turned upon Rill In a fury cold, try the way almost any doctor
to It. This arm doesn'tbelong "
-j right swing In Reno. She looked the modern
Simpson
Bilk will approve ut
to But keep I happy smile at Bill. Allenbury. to you directly. "Oh, you coward! You must have you IIAYKU ASHIIUN.It .
'Jo' ,swinging your you. arm until you you hit "Do you' mean to say, you didn'tgo "Only when I m crossed Making the best of It, she consented triumphantly around' "Now wheredo him whea his back wan turned'''' way now genuine costs only 15/ for a down!
: stand ?
: Is to the Allenburys? Mrs. Van Arsdale and her daughter to wait while Mr. Allenbury we With that she hauled off and socked tablets,or two full dozen for a quarter.
I "That arm "
; nose. say. your
jmy "Then we's not said Connie
. I it." Dabs bursting with news, cor- was Bill After few is this 'l'wis
I but this Is my nose. Your personal "No, we decided against finding a a blood-bringing blow to Kill's The way you use: it :
"Kill that story Allen!" commanded nered Mr. Allenbury In the mid- minutes Warren Ilaggerty climbedthe nghaet. noae I UA YEn tablets the moment you
{liberty ends where my nose be.SDS ( his which he had constructed on terrace rail to her."You1" "I don't believe It!" said Bill. feel a cold coming on, taken with a
secretary -
Haggerty.Vhen way
I \ ." No man haa any right to do ;|| "Try the Reno Hall of Records. A Joyous laugh burst from Bill'slips I I full glass of water Itepeul if necessary
had departed he turned angrily I the lawn of his home for the she exclaimed. "How did
lanvthlng that Is liable to Injure I I as he advanced hands according to directions in pttrkafifi. -
amusement of his at the. know I here?" "Suppose we sit down and talk out, to
on Bill and Gladys. "Now guests you was time throat IS
,
where If at the same
I else. In this world "
anybody for bazaar. I "Never mind that Come this thing over, said Bill. Connie. "A second trip to Heno for
what have you got to say your. charity now. on sore, gargle with three Uayer tablets
(other people live with us we canfriot -
I selves? What happened?" "Oh, Mr Allenbury, where' Connie Quick! Bill and Connie must have "You and< I will have plenty of Gladys, then for our Interrupted in 3 W glass water for almost instant
do as we please unless we "Well, Haggerty,' said Bill ? We're dying to tell her all suspected something. They're tak. time to talk things over on that honeymoon! relief. Uayer Aspirin acts to fIght
[please to live according to law and world cruise." fever and the aches and pains of ecold.
I "what would you say If I told< you about Mr. Chandler's wife! gushed ing It on the lam--In a car. Well ,
according to principles that gov- Relief quM-kfy. Ask yourdruggist
Icrn civilized social beings. I I've practically gotten Connie Al Mrs. Van Arsdale. "You know. follow them" He helped her over "That world cruise was Just a TIlE END. for comes genuine BAYER ASPI.

Be1'; lenbury to agree to drop the case?" Chandler, the fish-man we met on the terrace rail.Haggerty's ItlNby iu full name not the nami"aspirin'
double the boat. We've met his wife. chase after Bill\ and TRAIN SCHEDULE alone
.,, t. The moat crooked river In "I'd say you were a. dirty, : !
crossing liar!" "I'm sure-you'rn mistaken, Mra. Connie was fruitle,,. They return
Our schedule December
;America lies In Kentucky. It is changes 1t1ii3: : I
Arsdales. ed to New York and canvassed the
William said Van
"Come Gladys
in 10 and trains will follows
>ithe Noln, and travels 20 miles runs as :
" placing a hand on Bill's arm "I "Oh, no we're not: *:Ve saw him I hotels at which they thought Bill Southbound _
/ six.
;[(advancing only STOPPED
r .- i won't stay and listen to you being this afternoon coming from a hotel. might top. Success rewarded them No. 1-Due Starke 11:31 P.M. I QUICKLY
!, Insulted." : We called! to him, but he was get. after an hour' search. On the reg. No. I he severest cases of Scabies Itch
;During the first half of 1936 I 15-Due Starke 4:08:: P.M
shouted into taxi and didn't hear ister of the Grand written ''ire stopped quickly when you applj
"Oh Is that so1' Hag. ting a ua was No. 107-Due 15*
of Starke .
Canadian production creamery 9:56:: A.MNo. '.YKO the oil bam
I gerty. "Well, listen to me-not We stopped to leave a message at "Mr. and Mrs. William S. Chandler. pleasant new .pA oz cent 191 Due Starke
butter showed an eight per 10:39: P.M emedy that la! absorbed into the skli)
, Increase over 1939. | four hours ago I heard you rAtwo- the hotel and the clerk said, did ." NorthboundNo. I ind destroy the parasites that caust I ruLt. .ZKM row **.

__ -_ _.____ i timing Romeo cooing sweet nothIngs we wish to speak to his wife, andI Gladys tore up In a rage the "Do 2-Due Starke 0:05: AM. ''Ie Itch Amazingly effective for Itch- Virtually Ic a Tablet
I into Connie Allenbury's ear!" said 'Naturally'-and he said she not disturb sign on the door of No. 16 tig ringworm, athlete's foot and otheitarasitlo
Nervous diseases are much more --Due Starke 11:24 AM
"Bill told me all about that.. said was In the beauty parlor shop. IJIll's suite and pounded on the skin Irritations. Ask low -
No. 103 Due Starke --- --
8-33 PMHtarke
. prevalent among brain workers : IrulflfLst for RYKO today, and I
tban among other people I Gladys pityingly. "That was tech. And we saw her!" She laid a handon panel. and Ytunn HranrhMo I ilckly relieved your money will tn

nique. But. you wouldn't know Mr. Allenbury'a arm :'And, my Connie opened the door with an 101-Leaves Stark 7OU: A ..iVo. unded by Ryko Products Atlanta |
about that.' dear, she's a case--a psychopathic enquiring "Yes ?v but Gladys pushed 102-Arrives Starke 1:5O:: P At 3a. Write for Free Sample. i FLUVI7AaNNG
Beware I her Into the ICt FIt) Hold In hUrke Ky IUrown' i
past
Coughs Haggerty had a difficult time case living room Daily except Sundays
I ..
swallowing his rage. "Bill. why I I "She was' in a booth, added I where Bill was opening a bottle of T J GRIFFIN. (itorrt I'hurnnr.v"rvhprp.unil goad drug I

from common colds didn't you tell me you'd been seeing Babe "and kept screaming 'Let chumpagne. --- -. ---- I It
Connie Allenbury? All Gladys had me out of here! And before we i "Why, why, Gladys," he stammered -- nod Cold Cod flit tn .trlklnnrlnht ,
I t : and Uf lh.t I" why "o ,
That Oni@ to do was to bust In that house could even speak to her, she rush- "this la a surprise!' !' i ii I THE WORLD'S i ,non, *,. '..In" Rril Cl'>.. Ctf ,
GOOD NEWSwill
Hang ..
| ,
..
i "I'll bet It Is!" Gladys confronted Tonlo. Ever? ."vl lll how you :
''''' "Yes! And get our name smear ed pant us-- II 4.... tlUM e NUcEXilART' ; !: thin.. :
No matter how many medicines ,I I ed all over your paper!" said< "Oh. look, there's Connie and Mr Connie. "I hate to bust In on your com la your horn every diy through Ihftt on wn.i. ,

., have tried for your cough chest Gladys !' Chandler now In that tin-type little party, Miss Connie Allenbury, THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I lone ll.-d Cross e nnot Ck do. ::
'd or bronchial irritation you can '' "If I d told you, you'd have spoil booth being photographed!" exclaimed but that man happens to be my Took I 1. I* nil ,
. Mat relief now with Creomulston.j An 1""al.1 I .S alkollMr t. H.lp. ,
J husband. Daily Ntvifafrrft
ed all Arsdale.
good work Mrs Van .
I be and my explainedBill I hop bow.l. o:>. ..
lyou awlous! \ cannot trouble afford may to take brewing a chance like you did tonight, barg. "You wait here;' said Mr. Allen- I "This, said Bill pleasantly to does records not .fur HDloit roil cnm the.world'at Mn.clmn.'ttnn,: eonntruellM n..lth'.r do..dnlnm.it ,...., .the. thucn.Monitor budaaU I : .. 11 Allay...... b l..v...lh '.. ,
4. !:
ith anytlung less than Creomul- ing in after I'd almost convincedher bury hastily. "I'll get them. Connie, "is the lady I told you family.corr Including.ctlvlf lh with." Weekly th.m.M.Pealur.ft..lii. *...for.1100.busy ..... and All !!*. :' .* .. and .pain ,

spin. which goes right to the seat'' to drop the suit. Believe me, We'll make a party of It. .'!11 be about." _. __.._.u_ _. .. __ ._._ __._.__ .___.._________.._____ : quli-klr, S. Hu HTRONI BUIUl.NO .- :
qc the and trouble heal the to Inflamed aid nature meniranes toqaotne -I',' Warren, this 18 the best way. The right back." He ordered champagne I "&:rs. William Chandler i Is the Tb. Chriatlta sci.n.. Publuhlni BocMtr : b'Hld: TOMIO r.d felao'l ACTION....11. for ii H itranonr lpa r -

as the germ-laden phlegm Allenburys are giving a party tomorrow cocktails from a passing name!" Gladys didn't create the effect on.. Nor*** lit...,. Bo"lon. M.uwohuw>tt< ::: ..l...no. Pan't ploy l with C *,>.!'d.
Uritf *nt.r my subscription. la Th. Ohrutiin' -ttnM Monitor, tot'C : Mtrlk barlt nt Qnl'4' and flu wltfllh
I to loosened and expelled. t I night, and I'll be there and waiter, and made his escape I she expected and repeated the ......od of : it WA! ACTION cf nUt CtoM
ln< EnD If other remedies have get her to drop the suit--unless While Bill was paying the tin. name. Connie went forward graci I riJ.gu. imontluMM 1 mo;,thi 13 U I month IV : Cr Tunio. 2\07.: druidit
If ailed. don't be discouraged, your w. ., Including M.g.iln flection: I Mar 93 fc>. e IMIIIM i3e.t4am. ---- -

, ". .' druggist is authorized to guara.ntesCreomuleion you decide to break In again." type photographer Mr., Allenbury I ously. -._.....?......_........_.. ....______...____n__. I': ..,nf. .ltp..' pr,c4Ui.<. .
and to refund yourseousy "You're too obvious, Warren," took his daughter arm. "I've looked forward to meeting Add.... .?_.......... .. .____. ....__._._____...__.. I:: f R.<.k j ,lor. (.>lit.,robiiol. I'lU./ Itc tnd It.J C..,..
., if you are not satisfied with said Gladys. "Bill knows best" "Connie, I must see you. I can't'i you. Bill has told me so much t._.... i:.,.. .. II..,..... : Cntl\ tjntf 1'Jc. Injuirly uttt w.BKA.DFOBD .

from the right very DOW.first (bottla..Ad?.) Haggerty's Jealousy wa* more talk to you here. Come. Never1 I 1 about you. -- -- I--i-i-:



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BRADFORD COUNTY TBLEGRAl'II. 8TABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY '
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; M AGENTS EXPLAIN WOODLICE UNDERMINED The Mysterious LightWe ever, so we'll let you In on the secret Accepts Job here

Bradford County Telegraph RAILWAY Something has gone wrong
; there are others as John Nasworthy or < ", I
SOIL PROGRAM presume "
(Continued From Page One) with the light but the trouble is no
curious as we were about the lightin accepted a position wn! ,:
p 1877MEMBER the
Established above the ceiling, and light
IGHTY-NINE FARMERS MEET ing for woodlice had undermined the Woman's Club library which er, C. H. Na. worth)< |P'' ,
will II''
The
AT COURT HOUSE of ties, anda If cannot be turned off city the Tip Top Grocery, ,
/ a couple half-decayed may be seen hurnlng all night, ?i ,
&& c=C=rt2WFLORIDA.PRESS \ SATURDAY rail lacking support had been you want to si 'ip and wait that probably have the light fixed in rive Sunday with hi. ,

ASSOCIATION Eighty farmers gathered In the badly bent by a train Mr. Hall long Perhaps v.u weren't curious I the near future as It roots the bill they will have an ;ipu.i! ,II, i'

\J court house Saturday and heard looked up the road and saw a enough to ask about it, how- for the library Illumination. home of Mrs. R. s F. ,", 'I

J .otwand 7 eu ILL ; the 1937 Soil' Conservation Pro- south-bound train about to stop at -

gram explained in detail by W, T Jasper Strickland s woodrack.
Seconu Class Nettles, district agent for north "Jalsper"' always had a pot of hot FLOPIDA 41I I5.J TT 'ttwIw.d .
Entered
Published Weekly on Fridays and as Florida, and T K. McClane Jr., coffee and a can of yellow sugar
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. county agent iia an Inducement for the crews to

told that a producer take on wood and it would take

L. l\Iatthews.n __'_ _______ ,- ______Editor and Owner planting They were tobacco or cotton for the some time for the train to reach t .. {//STOQ/G
first time in 1937 will sacrifice any the crooked rail. So a fire was c Trot
the rhll taken out and
SUBSCRIPTION KATE other payment he might have com built and
ing under the 1937 program. Mr.McClane placed upon it But it began to II t

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7oc: -Payable in Advance stressed", the point that al- ,rain and the fire went on the bum tp i, w : 'I 4
this is true it does not A man was sent to warn the train ;
Advertising Rates on ApplicationIS though .
mean that farmers planting cot I so that It could stop in time

ton for the first time are violating When it came up Engineer Pereira
GOOD; AND ALL? swore at the dE'layhe was already -
THE KERRY FESTIVAL DEAD FOR the principles of the extension service -
since effort Is being madeto two hours late. Conducter
torn over the deci- an
Starke
About this time last year was rehabilitate the Sea Island cot- 'Breezy Whiskers" called on

sion of whether to have a Strawberry Festival or not. Some ton Industry In Florida account of his luxuriant beard-
tinsel glory complete suggested that tics be laid end to
wanted to have a regular carnival in all its !\ Mr. Nettles pointed out one of
end to bridge the gap, but that
with ferris wheel, merry-go-round and lurid side-shows. the advantages of this program Is Idea was scouted by the engineer
festival with few imported that It provides an opening for the
Others wanted a "home-talent" a These days spare rails are deposited -
cattlemen to participate. They
of concessions operatedby at every, mile post, but at
but with the majority
attractions, may be able tqk draw.three dollarsan \
that time there to .
were none spare.So
local organization. Still others were "agin" any kind acre for non-crop pasture land
some the only thing to do was to go
of festival at all, refusing to apply their staid minds to any converted Into permanent pasture and take out a rail behind the
land also this pasture
; non-crop
train, tote it to the gap and putIn
such frivolous thoughts. land adds to the soil building al- 4t
It The rail would weigh about
Since it is much easier and less trouble NOT to have a lowance.Mr. fourteen hundred pounds. All of

festival than to have one, the No's had things their way and Nettles also explained that Mr. Hall's gang, the fireman,
with, summer legumes such as cowpeas brakeman and that
went through the strawberry season some negroes
Bradford County
crotalarla etc., could not be grazedbut
Charley Jones a tie contractor
out a celebration of any kind to bring it to the attention of the I! that the vines and stalks and had brought from Law ley, were

rest of the state as a prosperous and progressive section of foliage must be turned under in sent back, furnished with claw- ,

order to receive payment. I bars In command of Captain Mar t I' "7Z.0OAS

Florida.We Immediately following the Soil tin, the road master, who was on <
section is overlooking a good r .srATG nO/YEA
,
still believe that our Conservation meeting all those Interested his way to Starke where he lived. ,

thing in not staging some sort of attraction here during April in Sea Island cotton grow- I Meanwhile the engineer crawled 7lI-G.;; l

after the hard work of the strawberry harvest has been com- ing were asked to remain for an under his machine to tighten up a .
@
additional time. an eccentric and when he wasn't 1f M :
pleted and folks are in the mood to blow off a little steam and
The county agent led the dis- looking, Mr. Hall sneaked up on
have some fun. We also believe that some local organizationis cussion and was assisted In an- the tender and threw off a lot of '1tt 4r @$ @ht

overlooking a good bet to make money for some worthy swering questions pertaining to the fat pine sticks for his fire. He also a, ; TlIG CUSTOM

cause. Concessions could be erected at very little cost, could industry by M. N. Gist represen- swiped an armful of cotton waste, u ., ; a R or ADORNING BRIDES
tative of the United States Depart- which he soaked with a quart of f NITH rtt/s rtorvze oe/swAn
members of the organization, and the proceeds -
be operated by lardoil. '
theengineer a '
ment of Agriculture of Cotton and H'/m SA.eACENS Cftwo

: therefrom could be kept in the community.Let's I Other Fiber Crops. It wits thought i Well, the rallVas brought up and ,. ,S : ,,,, ANC/ENT TJAfE ...

revive the Festival this year. Everybody had a I advisable by the body to have a I put in place the train backed up to dV'f ,G.t.t'fPT AS "

good time and Bradford County derived some worthwhile' committee to assist the county I get slack to allow it to resume Its I ) i &M L. ;HAm: (lt1
agent In planning the procedure in I progress over the wet rails and :. NAPPN&SSAVQ'spalr
publicity from the first two. growing Sea Island cotton in Brad- John Hall's fire replenished with p ': :

ford This committee Is to the combustibles
-- o-- i. County. I purloined perked
THE WOULD NEEDS MORE MEN LIKE ANTHONY EDEN work hand in hand with the state up.' The crooked rail was straight-
program for Sea Island Cotton. ened and put on the pole car with
Too bad that there aren't fewer Hitlers, Musaolinis\ and
This committee which was ap- many a grunt carried to the rear

Stalins in the world and more men like Anthony Eden, young pointed by the county. agent Is as and put In in place of the one taken .-, m.+"_....+Ne Nnwwuvrr..ayr.. .I- ., .
follows: out The boas then looked toward
British Foreign Minister. I. N Newell of New River, F. F. where the sun should be, took a FOR almost a century the political batTIlE ORANGE BLOSSOM is one of the

Captain Eden had two brothers killed in the World War Stump of Starke, James Rosier of fresh chew of nlggerheel plug, and ties of Florida have been fought; within most fragrant; of all the flowers of the

and now he abhors not only war but killing of any kind.A Lawtey, Carl Johns of Starke, and said ."Git your poles boys; it'll be the walls of the present CAPITOL. Cornworld and is also one (of many) that u'<

L D. Green of Starke. ,sundown time we gtt to Starke." pleted in 1845, it has witnessed many impollinated by night-flying insects, Itaf!
story is told that on a recent visit in Norway, Eden'sfriends The county agent urged all the I ".____ portant milestones in the state's changing' chief use in Florida is in the manufacture'history.

took him on an elk shooting expedition, and he, as the' growers to try to keep Bradford I GRIFFIS RECEIVES Here was the momentous deof neroli or orange flower oil, used ex- '

guest was given the privilege of first shot.' Finally an elk I' County a pure seed area, that Is to cig jon reached that made Florida a part tensively in making perfumery soaps ani

came into view, stood gracefully poised in a clearing. hand-pick after the seed, to rogue the LETTER I of the Confederacy. It was here also that in syrups. In South America the drM'

"How beautiful," Captain Eden exclaimed, and loweredhis field try to not the have seed any are other up, strain and to The following1 letter was receivedby the most turbulent scenes in all the state's blossoms aremade into a stimulating anlj'
history were enacted, where loyal citizens fragrant beverage. The
rifle. He could not shoot it. of cotton In the county. By this Supt A X Griff last week, popularity oljE
method he have The spelling cbee mentioned was were disfranchised, during the"days of this beautiful flower is evinced in man!;
Here is one man, at least, who has learned a bitter lesson chance of having says we practically a good pure one of the events of the Bradford the carpetbaggers. Here, too, in later ways. It has been chosen as the official1'

from war, and if the affairs of the world were left in his, seed; where if another variety Is County Field Day held In Starke years, was enacted legislation of far state flower and also as the official sym,!

hands peace would probably be with us forever. It is unfortunate planted In the county we are sure January 22 at the high school. The reaching importance in influencing Flor.bol of both the State Federation of Gary!

that the terrors of battle did not make such a lasting I to have cross-pollination and off- young his man In question has received ida's marvelous advancement- of today. ''den Clubs and the State Federation d'Wnman'r !''
dictionary and Is
type seed will result. very pleased CJho.. >
impression on other European': leaders.A I Io with it -
of
I Poisoning the boll-weevil was
discussed by the county agent, but Mr. A. J Grlfls

CAUTION LIGHT IN TIME MIGHT SAVE A LIFE I no recommendations were made as County Supt of Schools What Do You Need
to what method Starke Florida. I
would be best by i iI
There are those who will throw up their hands in derision Dear Mr.
the county agent or Mr. Gist They Griffis:
at the mention of installing two more traffic lights in paid that the Robert's and Smith'smethods Our Mr Stewart Robertson has

Starke. But the fact is that lights at these important high- both, claim good results reported his attendance at a spelling -

way intersections are probably needed more than they are in last year but the county agent reminded bee under your jurisdiction recently I In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? :

the business district. the growers that last yeareverything and his very great pleasureIn (Don't tell don't need ANYTHING!)
was in the favor of the having been privileged to be us you !
Most drivers are more or l less cautious when driving I grower in combatting the boll- among those present.

down town, but when they get a few blocks away on the high- weevil; but to remember we have At Mr Robertson request we
''I no results from poisoning the boll- }'* LETTER HEADS ,/0 RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS |!
ways they throw caution to the wind and think anything goes. weevil In a wet year. are taking pleasure in having a ...*.' '

The intersections of Road Thirteen with Roads Twenty-eight [!! From the remarks made at the copy tionary-A Webster's Elementary Dic For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rut,

and Forty-eight are both danger points and it will not be long I meeting, it seems likely that there and Girls, stamped Dictionary with for the Boys Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soc(;
I will be twelve name colors.' Your letter head should be for them. Also best inkiti;
or thirteen hundred of the winner more a pay qualitypads.
before some lives may be lost i if traffic is not slowed down of your spelling bee,
I acres of cotton In Bradford County Ovid Futch and work of art-get away from the scratch .
we are sending
where they meet. this year The amount of fer- this to pad variety.
I you requesting that deliver
Yellow caution lights will probably be installed at these tilizer was discussed as there Is no it to the young man you with

55 points instead of stop and go lights, and will have the effectof I|I data tiliser available, at present, on fer- the compliments of the firm, and ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS

slowing down traffic while not hindering it. that expetiments. It was agreed with our congratulations on the ENVELOPES
probably two hundred
pounds excellence of his spelling at suchan Of course you knew we carried type<
tI f a good commercial fertilizer and early age. Sure, you can buy them already stamped writer ribbons, but what about the addir

ARE COLD PACK STRAWBERRIES A MENACE? two ere hundred were sufficient pounds of Kanlt per Very truly yours, from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the p

A recent issue of "The Florida Grower" reports that in was also brought out fertilizer the It G. & C Merriam Company about as much personality and individuper rolls upon which you add up to st

several! markets, particularly New York, Florida strawberries much better stand was by obtainedby agenta I. E McLaren ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyor
Mgr.. Educational Prison Farm. paid the bills send them and dien't
Dept
have been meeting new and unexpected competition. The placing the fertilizer in bands you you
a few Inches aside of the seed and _. have to pay the ones they send you.
competitor is said to be the "frosted"
strawberry: frozen last a few Inches below the level. Experiments Boree Loses NephewsTwo

summer by the companies that preserve foodstuffs by freezing -I bear out this that in STATEMENTSSome
I nephews of Dan Boree, own-
and now being offered in the markets in competition to many cases as high as fifty per er of the Boree Funeral Home of SECOND SHEETS
the fresh berries from Florida. cent better stand, and fifty per- Jacksonville and Starke, were kUlSaturday' business houses stopped sending
cent more cotton was picked per ed when their motor these out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive,papers whet
The
magazine says that some buyers in the north do not acre than where fertilizer was truck kidded from the highway time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you dc

seem to realize that the fresh berries are ways ahead of the placed directly beneath the seed. Into a parallel canal south of Belle expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkeda

preserved article and the markets have been depressed attunes ing It that was also the reported at the meet Glade. Leland Boree, 23, a bridegroom three cent stamp. We have a very special bond in all sizes-even that extra long Ie-

because of the frosted offerings. culture Department of Agri- of only one month died of price on statements. gal size that you can never borrow? trot
was working toward obtaining -
a broken
neck and Melvin Boree your friends. Also that si.i:
thin onion
Brownlee Brothers, local shippers, have had a market
dally
recently letters report for 17, was apparently drowned. Both for
; making
copies.
to the same effect from some of their northern customers. Sea Island cotton In the leading young men were residents of Green
newspapers. This report will be a Cove Springs. CARDS '.
,, gl'8Lt benefit and protection for the I
This matter should be given. thorough investigation by producer.It Durden To Run StationA For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS
local growers, and if such is the case the possible advantages was also mentioned that a
and disadvantages should be I movement is on foot to have builtin A. Durden will operate the I Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds: of
very carefully weighed beforeentering this area R bonded warehouse Standard 011 Service Station at the Too many styles to name, but samples are binders even ink in quart bottles we can

into any contract to furnish surplus fruit to a cold where fifteen hundred bales of cot I corner of Walnut St. and Madi- here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of the e: There

pack plant.A I.1 ton could be stored by the growersfor eon Sistrunk.Ave., formerly He operated by Joe reasonable. must be other things that escape us just
will be
o would a small receive charge.a cash The advance grower on his son-in-law. Harry Houston assisted by ( now, but you can ask.LEGAL .

famous milliner says' that women buy hats to ease the cotton and could sell when the -------rr-- I

mental depression and strain. And we suppose men don't buy I" market suited him. This would relieve Births WEDDING INVITATIONSThe .

them for the very same reasons. the: producer of the financial ),11', and Mrs. George 'V. Kellor BLANKS
:burden of folder type In white .
holding the cotton for a Keystone Heights or the new
girl. Jan.
-oWe higher pilesAccident. 29. color. If Dcn't bum your legal 1 blanks buy the
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. ivory you must economize on this -
Knight
are told that the life of an old-time Max- from need
cowboy -- us. We have
averaged
-
you'll
-- ville, everything
item
girl Feb 1. we have a line that looks like .
only about seven )'ears. before he died of injuries. Oh, for At IntersectionThe I engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgag
ing feels like
some old-time cowboy lives among modern movie cowpunchers. front end of a tourist auto New Manager I like, engraving.engraving, but doesn't cost inr your home. Our,blanks will do ever)1')

mobile was smashed in about noon James Patray of thing; but pay the mortgage.
Norfolk
Va.. Is
Thursday when it was driven Into a now '!
o manager of the
long convoy truck at the intersection Cafe Magnolia:' Get 29 On The Teleph Please
James
A one
statistician reports that eighty-nine out of every 100 of Roads Thirteen and Twen- succeeding Mrs. G A. Light ,
January 28. i
( women are knock-kneed. It's hard to believe that any man ty-eight at Walnut and Madison -. I

could look at the knees of 100 women without getting his I Sts No one was Injured and the At 18. )' Carrot taught Bradford

face slapped. accident press time was yesterday being Investigated at I school Und for at three a girls'months.seminary in Eng- County Telegraph



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