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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 12, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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F OLUME FIFTY-EIGHT STAUKE FLORIDA FKU Y. FEBRL''ART 12. 1937 Nl MIIKK FIFTEEN
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; 'II I Buses Can't Haul Wood{ I Intersect.r '; n Accident : H. E. LAGERGREN JIJTEACHER'SPAY
WOODEN POST COLD WEATHERHOLDS I HARRELL SAYSCOLDPACKFRUIT I WON'T CUT
At the last! meeting of the I The most serious accident in
School board, bus drivers were In- several weeks for the Roads 1\: -<* ,

', structed not to haul livestock, fertilizer Intersection occurred Thursday ut ,
SAVES' LIFEF or cord wood In county BERRIESIN last week when a Plymouth sedan I :

buses. The board had received several owned by Mrs. Burnlce: \ Mottz oi .,

reports that some drivers were Chicago en route to south Florida '
SIM KELLY using the buses for various purposes CHECKPrice collided with the! side of an automobile I WON'T HURT MOORESAYS 1

after school hours. At this transfer truck. The accident

meeting the board also acceptedthe occurred when Mrs. Mottz and

#0/1 Shoots At Father resignation of Miss Margaret Averages Around I companion.' corning: from the direction Relieves Packing Plant Denies Rumors That lie ;
Johnson ea teacher In the Lawtey of Lake City ran Into tin-
Thinking lie Is school. She had accepted a posI- $2.50 During Past I side of the auto trailer of a transfer I Best Way to DisposeOF 'Would' Reduce Sinai

tion In the Punta Gorda school. truck northbound to Jackson, I Salaried Class
Week'
Intruder I Surplus Crop
] vllle. The the fault I
Widows pensions were approvedfor I collision olI I
I Mrs.. Mottt serf the I '-' Yac I
Wiley Groves and Mrs. PeajlBSimpson iaty damaged METHODS
[FORTY-SIX BI R D SHOT PLANT CITY PRODUCTION | front of the Plymouth. To con I WOULD MEAN 10000.00 t:1: N EW TO HE "
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fTER FARMER'S BACK ---........... SAID TO HE SLOWING: ', tinue her trip, MntpMotts 1 purchased ADDITIONAL IN COUNTY ADOPTED NEXT TERM {!
| the Buick CouWrly owned b> \ I
/to. wooden post probably saved GREEN FAVORS Strawberry shipments ronched | J. M. JIlUheH.Vyaie.re has been Prompt denial that cold packi I J H Moore, of Lawley, new '1I I
farm- the largest volume of the week I i strawberries hurt the market for chairman of the school board. In a
tile, life of S. K. (Sim) Kelly, { talk of Installing\ 4 traffic light at
I er';.living west of Starke, when his Tuesday when about 600 crates of this intersection fresh berries wan made! yesterday 'y letter to the Telegraph this week,

|*on. Donald, mistaking his father Supreme fruit were sold here, but cold --------.:.. by J. L. Harrell, Lnwtey grower denied current rumors that he Is in
I for an intruder, fired a load ofjfctrd weather, if continued, will prevent and shipper His statement was favor of cutting the pay of small-
: shot at him early last Thurs- carlot movement for several weeks MOVIE SHOWS\ made In reply to an article In the salaried teachers In Bradford \

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Hit seems that Mr. Kelly left the is estimated that around 3- "The Florida Grower" as saying The Telegraph Is saved' from dullness : '
day before for Plant City with the 000 crates of berries have moved Screw WorrjjCONTROL that fresh berries are meeting new many weeks by an interesting Lawtey, Florida

Intention of remaining several APPROVES ROOSEVELTS from Starke and Lawtey since and unexpected competition In article from the pen: of this Bradford February 8th 1937

days. However, once there, he PLAN FOR ADDING NEW Thursday of last week. Growers MEANS northern markets because of the County veteran who remembers Bradford County Telegraph
I Changed his plans and decided to JUSTICES have received an average of $2 50 I frozen fruit being Hold there. l more about the early history Starke, Florlla,

'return to his home, arriving short- per crate, which would mean a Mr. Harrell said, "The cold pack 'of this section than the average I I Gentlemen:

1, after midnight. Congressman R. A, Green, of gross of $7,500.00. Top price of ,I people look upon your article In person' dreams could have happen I Please allow me spare In the columns .
He put his car Into the garage Starke, this week In Washington the week was reached last Friday TWO HUNDRED SEE last week's paper as being very ed. Ills stories have created widespread I of your paper to explain a
STand then began knocking at theJrear expressed himself as being whole- when a few growers received $3.25 l[ FILMS AT COURT HOUSE unfavorable to the cold pack Industry interest, not only here, but few matters pertaining to Brad..

door of his house. Members heartedly in favor of President per crate for their choice fruit. I WEDNESDAY NIGHT In this section. They say everywhere a copy of the paper has ford County Schools. I understandit

fof his family state that they called Roosevelt's proposal to add a new Unofficial thermometer readingswere that cold pack berries, as they put been sent. An eastern college has been rumored that I wantedto
['out his name, but when he failed justice to the Supreme Court for reported as low as thirty- I An audience of 200 people, consisting I them up, will not affect the priceof professor wrote In saying that he cut salaries of small-salaried

to bear them and reply, they became each: justice who falls to retire at eight degrees here Thursday morn- I largely of Bradford County fresh fruit any more than meal was making one of the articles Into teachers This certainly Is a mistake
alarmed. Donald left theIfaouBe the age of seventy years. Out of ing, but there was no damagingfrost stockmen and their families, I and grits would affect the price of the basis of a short story. as I have not discussed teach-

.. by the front door and crept the Florida delegation In Congress because of brisk winds. There watched In awed,sllence while four I II I roasting ears. At one time Mr Lageigren was I era salaries with any one. and as
mround!! to the rear. When he saw Representative Mark Wilcox was was a big, white frost the latterpait I reels' of motion pictures, showing "Why should the Bradford nn Active member of 'the Telegraphstaff I have not been furnished a list of

"3; the figure of a man pounding heav- the only outspoken opponent of of last week, however. | screw worm remedies and terrible I County strawberry grower not but Is now "retired, although teachers and their salaries I have

'} IjUyat the door he fired.jjjfc.The the President's plan. Plant City reported a dropping I examples of infestation, were unwound take advantage of this opportunityto Htlll engaged in surveying work no way of knowing what the pay
." bulk of the load entered, aWooden Congressman Green said: off In volume this week, but it is at the cruet house here dispose of hIs surplus crop of lie loves the woods and Is shown of different teachers Is

I post between the boy and believed that shipments there will I Wednesday night I berries, if he does nut, then the above) Injecting one of the varieties I cannot tell by amount of
|:hu father but forty-six shot found "President Roosevelt's recommendation pick up again as soon as a new If it la true that one picture Is growers In some other section will of palms that glow In this checks drawn for different teachers

|their way Into Mr. Kelly. None of I relative to the judiciaryIs crop comes on. Almost ten million I worth thousands of words, this excellent get the benefit, and If the cold section."WHITE I' on the present set up of payIng -

I the'!>wounds were deep, however, timely and wise. His plan for pints of fruit have been shipped I film, with many scenes tak- puck hurts the sale of fresh berries --_..--- i off, as It's more like a dally
" lint. he was able to be back at his increasing the number of Supreme from there up to thla time, bringing en right here'In Bradford County, we cannot stop It by refusing HUNTER"AT I payroll and. teachers draw from
|work after. He that the Court justices will expedite deci- of almost should do a world of good In teach OO desire and unless
\ soon says I growers a return to sell ours but would just be $10 up as they
, I next time he comes home unexpect- sions and will prove of great benefit $900,000 00 ( ing stockmen the simple method of out of $40,000.00 or $50,000.00 that RITZ I I kept the books myself I could not
,) fedly he will come to the front I to the American people and this _.. control. The procedure shown in tell what
-- ---- I could be had for our surplus crops. WARNER BAXTER TO BE I salary they were getting.
t ';, pool; and holler "This is Sim!" I action is thoroughly justified under 74 Get Pension practically every case was to mop "Let the Bradford SEEN IN THRILLER I have tried In vain to change
conditions. It wi.. speedup County growers
I present out the wound with cotton, apply i this of paying' teachers and
way
Justice which Is now so sorely Mrs. Edward Burns, of the social benzol with a syringe, stop up the look out for their own pocket SUNDAY member
bus drivers but the other
JIYDRAFTSMAN I Statutes should also be welfare announces books first and then Hit back and
needed department wound with a cotton swab, and finally -
Warner Baxter and June Lang i of the board thought best to finish
pity the fools who refused to
" at least that fifteen have just poor
amended to one names
permit to apply pine tar oil over the
I I take the the thrilling sweethearts of "The t this school term in the above
offered them"Sale
member from each State on the been added to the old age assistance entire wound surface. advantages '
Road to Glory" are teamed together manner
Wins Plaque In Circuit Court of Appeals. Florida \list. These new additions The fact that.nyrcw worms have again In "White Hunter" the new term
When
the we
now has no member of our court oi bring the total now to neventy- I been known to attack human beings OF Property Twentieth Century-Fox dramatic opens
appeals but the addition of such four persons In this county. The brought shudders to in will be on a cash and carry baslxnnd
many The Harrell sensation and Monday
coming Sunday
seventy-five acre
4; [COACH CONTEST member would be decidedly in the average monthly pension Is $11 the audience when pictures of Un- farm located about one mile south to the Ritz Theatre. thereafter pitY on as first possible.Monday or as soon
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public Interest. here. I cle Charlie Davis, aged Lake But-
I of Lawtey was sold Thursday by The cast supporting the stars Includes When I met the board on the
I ler negro, were flashed on the the Bradford County Bank to O. Gail Patrick, Alison Skip- first Wednesday In January I knew
r' [EDDIE HARTMAN ALSO MAN COMMITS "MIRAGE MURDER" I screen. This old fellow, who had O. Annis of Orlando. Mr. Annis worth, Wilfrid Lawson, and George little about how .the school business -
TAKES PRIZES AT I I no one to attend him, allowed
will take Immediate Haxsell.
)I' I possession. was run, I asked as many
STATE FAIRhe LEARNS MISTAKE 5 YEARS LATER worms to get Into an open sore on The land Is well developed and "Turamn Escapes," reuniting 1 I questions as I dared to ask and

--- I his left leg, where they had eaten I includes a house and barn In good Johnny 'Welstimuller and Maureen learned plenty but to acquaint myself -
Bradford County High By H. E. LAGERGRENThe jumped on his horse and sped the flesh away almost to the bone. condition. The transaction was O'Sullivan In the third of the ad- I! better, on school matters I

19otool Is the winner of an inter- following melodramatic Incident southward over unused trails. The picture show here was spon- I made through the Wilson Realty venture pictures based on the went to Tallahassee and talked
I'.(cool: model coach-building com- took place sometime duringthe Eventually he came to South Florida I sored by County Agent T. K. Mc- Company, a well-known local firm. I world-famed Edgar Rice II u r- with the State Superintendent. II*

'peiltlon sponsored among Institu- 80 s. It was related to the and worked, under an assumed Clane Jr. and the Screw Worm I .. __ 'roughs characters opens at the told me that there were many

'fleas in this section by the Fisher writer by the principal actor and name at different places, ever I Administration, who bad the following Townsend Club To MeetThe Ritz Theatre Tuesday for a two school laws that were non-work

Body Craftsman's Guild, William I is true In substance. Those who, fearing discovery. representatives present: day run. able. He said the State Board
of the educational After been in four Turner Boyd, district supervisor': : Townsend Club will hold Its Set In its weird of
jS'McLean: secretary figured In It are no longer alive, having hiding I I background ,, would auk the repeal of such law
[ foundation, announced In I but it has been thought best that years, he got a job as watchmanat N. G. Hayes, county supervisor: L i iI regular meeting Monday night, jungle exoticism with Tarzan, the and try to have some pasnod that
(Detroit this we k.Napoleonic. I their names be withheld, as also a sawmill on the East Coast. I G. Turner, regional field man; and' February 15 at. 7:30: o'clock In thecourt I superman, again making his i I were o. k. and then have them en-

'"rhe coach construct- I the locality where it took place-in One cold night a stranger came I Kent Littig, regional scout. They I II I house. Ernest Thornquest, I breath-taking swings from tree to forced. He said that there wan a
-dt; by Eddy Hartman: seventeen ,I' south central Bradford county. there and asked permission to sleepin I demonstrated various Instruments secretary, urges a large attend- tree, fighting off hostile native law to have a financial statement

;years old, made the highest score "X" was a young fellow, not front of the boiler. X, pleasedover I that aid In worm control, such as I ance.Hank. ___ and the forces of civilization alike I published each month, said soma
| 1 itO represent the schools of this loa I disposition. He hated work, but tioned the stranger about where I ers and horn tippers.The I llemolelslollse friends, the story of primitive existence thought It 1 est to do so when the

,etdlty, with the result that aplaque I liked to race and swap horses, he had been. "Yes, he had been In I I films, two reels of which Liquidators of the Bradford sends a stirring appeal to voters In a county wanted It publisher -

p '.\ signifying the accomplishment | hunting, fishing and frolics. In this Bradford county and had lately I! were In natural color, were shown County Bank are remodelling the I all lovers of adventure and ro- I .!
is from the worked for Mr. Z. X, astonished at Hampton Tuesday night and will
being shipped a rannce
the I was rather encouraged by his house directly In back of Stump's I While In Tallahassee I heard
headquarters of the Guild to Principal over this heyond measure, i I be shown at Lawley Tuesday, Feb. ---.-- I
news
i stepfather, who was somewhat ofI Store. A metal roof l Is being plac- Gnv. Cone cut ten million from the
Leon A. I the with adroit ruary 23. The show will also be Johns Resigns Stale Job
Gray.the plied man
\:
questions I
I I a sport himself. I ed over the entire building and It State Budget It looks to me if It
trophy, done in silver andmounted far about Mr. Z and his family. carried to Brooker if arrangements State Senator Charley K. Johns, '
I Not from X's home was the Is being repainted Inside and out. took forty-five million last year to
( on a mahogany shield, I large farm of Mr. "Z" Mr. Z, before As Mr. Z was a man of singular I for proper electrical facilities can I I -.-----. - of Staike. this week resigned his I run every department of the stateIt
,bears a reproduction of the famoua appearance, his features and oth- I he made. pOMIt Ion an Inspector In the motor
the had been holder [
slave will be
I l war, a ____ hard to run all tranche
tf !) her coach, with an Inscription 1 and was still well off and much er characteristics were easy to de I ? I Attention W. O. W. vehicle tag department In accord- this year on thirty-five million

[calling! attention to the fact that respected. He had several sons scribe. "Seems to me I read in the New General ManagerJ. Be sure and attend the meeting ance with Governor Cone s order unless there are some drastic cut

hits being awarded for the "su- I I and daughters, and X was a frequent papers a few years ago that he I I P. Roberts, of Brooker, has I!I Friday night at 7:30: o'clock.' The that no member of the legislature I made In more places than one
J Ljpwrlor craftsmanship" demonstrat- companion of the former, had been killed Did you ever 1, just been made general manager of secretary, P. M. Barefoot, says a would be allowed to hold another The Governor said l that there
: !*($ by the student representative of rather against the will of Mr. Z. hear that he had been shot at 1"I I Melton Motors Inc., in Gainesville, I good time la anticipated and urges state job. It paid $lao per month. would l be a plenty of funds to take

lI fte l'And, quite naturally, X became enraptured I No; he had never heard him tell 1 dealers for Cord, ill members to come out and enjoy I Cone said this week that all two- regardless a.-*
jEddischool.tered I the coach model In by the charms of one of of that. Moreover, the stranger j I Plymouth nnj< / the social hour job legislators have! resigned. to theIppi gh ffs oftherkauterntes ten million
,:-. state fair exhibits at Tampa showed X a tintype portraying the ,
: the fair daughters. As soon as this I II Before taking over his new job he dollars from the budget
"t week, where It won first prize. I was discovered by the girl's parents I entire Z family, on which X unmistakably spent some time la Detroit, ac- Now back to teachers salaries
lt;; >. l. still in Tampa, but he will the father notified X that -recognized every member; |I: qualntlng hlmnelf more fully with ,, again. You all know that It takes
: It his home here next I also letter WHAT DO YOU THINK? 11 11D.
bate at a recently received from I I I [
his visits were undesired and for every one of his cars. He has had years of hard studying to enable a
I week where it be seen by anyi i, Mr. Z. In to for''
may reply one asking I I
et him to stay away. ten year s experience in the bust- teacher to get a first grade teach.er'
.bse Interested. This crafts-I work. The of the letter I
do young But he did not enter his dating the .
though I ness, having been sales manager certificate. Then when theydo
ed sass woo two other first prizes I, Inamorata a home any more, X had signature, and mention of family | of Bacon Motor., Jacksonville, and Our question this week was Inspired O. KELLY:: owner of a north secure a position to teach they
It I With his work at the fair, and one been seen hanging around the premises matters, all proved that Mr. Z was I i !general manager at Roberts MotorCo. by the recent marriage of Starke grocery: "Yea. I think are expected to dress as well or

it .f.hk'd, place for B. H. S. among In the hope of seeing her. very much alive. | ., of Daytona Beach and Lake- Eunice Winsted, nine years of such things as this are very better than the average businessman

te. schools. i t When Mr. Z became aware of this X was no psychologist; trying to ,; land. age. to Charlie Johns, twenty-two, wrong In several distinct ways or woman. They are expected -
-- --. he watched out for X, and meetingup reason out how he had come to be. i -'.-, a husky mountaineer living near for quite a few definite reasons." to contribute to churches, charIty

ferriage Halts Divorce \i with him told him that if he lieve that he had killed Mr. Z, was I! Protracted MeetingsA I TneedsvIKe: : Tenn. The alliance MISS MILDRED: I'lllIJJPM, rest- and numerous other little and

county Judge E. K. Perryman found him again anywhere on his beyond him. He let that pass, and (|' series of meetings at the I has received wide-spread publicityand : aurant waitress, answers yes al- huge things that they are called

way hearing arguments In a di- land, he would kill him. cautiously meandered homeward, I Christian Church began last Sunday I notoriety because of the extremely I a..). "Because," she said, "at that upon to support, so It seems to me
airorce case Saturday. He was in- Mr. Z, X well knew, was a man warily scanning the lay of the j I young age of the bride. they (Eunice! Winded In the I that If there Is any cutting In sal-
and will continue age
[.tvmrpted by a negro man and wo- of his word, so he kept away. But land; but eventually he became :: for every night Child marrialges are not uncommon above mentioned case) have not I antes of school teachers It should bea
f an Indefinite time at 7 o'clock.A I
O i issASp knocking at his door. They'idaetted one day his mother, desiring some convinced that he had not been In some Asiatic countries but of cut In the salary of the high paid
education' or knowledge keep-
Bible study by chart Is held (
111 to get married and were fish, he betook himself to wherea guilty of murder and could safely I ev- j are extremely rare In our own. The Ing house, etc' teachers and not from the small-
ery afternoon at 3 o'clock. Ev-1 ,
n fa'* big hurry. Judge Perryman watercourse widened out Into a return home. answers we received to the question salaried teachers as the average
ery Friday night a lecture on war, WILL IUnSta', store clerk said
it, .wail accomodating and stopped untying large and deep pool, where fish Our minds play tricks on us at I both II "Do you think that there small salaried teachers cannot
temporal and spiritual, Is given "Yes They are not mature
abounded. This Mr. times, and should he laws child stand a cut on salaries
; one knot long enough to tie pool was on making us see things preventing I present
I The
meetings are under the direction enough at that age to accept the
another one. Z's land, and, fearing a possible hear sounds that do not exist, as marrtsges such as the one between and live and contribute to all the
of Frank Custer, of marriage
responsibilities
encounter with him, X took along well as closing our senses to actual evange- Eunice Winsted. 9, and Charlie I numerous charity organization

Deputy Collector ilia double-barrel.\ occurrences. We have, probably, list. ___ -_ ____ I Johns, 22, of Sneedsville, Tenn. ? SI'I.I.ISUTF.n, service sta- j that they are called upon to sup-
I He had no sooner settled himself all of us at times been deluded by | Why?" prove without a doubt that tlon operator, Is In favor of such j port.I .
deputy collector of internal "such To Give Program I sentiment Is laws. "Because, he explained. wish to to the small-sul
:7 : to fishing than he saw, coming toward stuff as dreams are made | public squarely | say
:d Jrbvenue will be In Starke on Frl- I him on a path leading from or' without ever discovering the The white friend of Bradford! :' against such practices .'the children of such a marriage led teachers In Bradford County

k7ajY, February 26, to assist taxpay- I his house, Mr. Z, carrying a gun on Illusions X's mind, being over- County are Invited to attend an ex-I Below are some of the answers would probably be deformed or I that you need not fear a salary cut
1 erIn the preparation of their in- his shoulder. As soon as he saw wrought by fear and apprehensions i hibit and musical program Feb. 12 ;: we obtained after no little trouble subor abnormal as a result of from me. I have no pruning
y'' COlype tax returns for the year 1938. X he cocked the gun and made at the time, conjured up a vision and 13, at 213 East Call Street In I :: the Immaturity of the parent" :Ii shares to prune anyone's salary

Itt'ttras JMwin announced this week by J. movements indicating that be Intended that he took for reality. After his j front of Hart' Furniture Store. I ELM STIU'TII' ; local manager ofa I I \\'. II. HIIOOEN, assistant manaI most especially the salaries of

[ Larson. to shoot him. But X was return home he became industrious The exhibit will begin at 7 o'clock well-known undertaking firm, I ger of the Green Lantern, favored {I those teachers who are barely get-
the quickest; he let go both bar- prosperous and respected; his p. m. and the musical at 8 o'clock. answered "yes." lie further such laws. "There Is not | ting enough to make both end
few RaiFord Postmaster( rels of his gun, and Mr. Z fell dead precipitous change of environment i Much enjoyment Is promised all stated that "there should be a I enough lady to a child of her age I j meet. Of course If It becomes ab-
8.'T. Dowllng. former Union In the path.Terrified. and associations caused a change! those who attend the event tonight Federal; law to that effect. No to make her a fit wife for a man. ,! lolutely necessary to cut salaries,

[County clerk of the circuit court,'I over ola deed, X ran In him for the better. So, then, I and tomorrow night I one can possibly known his or I Licenses shouldn't be Issued toj I the salaries: will have to be cat,
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Ilia* been appointed acting postmaster home as quick as ne could, got a who knows that the vision was not i (Signed) her own mind in such matters such young couple and marriages I but not before
at Ralford. He succeed [ few belongings together, borrowedsome I given for a purpose by a Higher i! The Colored Teachersof I until he or she Is at least eight. : : of this kind ought to be an-1 J. H. Moore, Chairman,

Bryan. money from his mother I Mind? | Bradford County. een years old" I nulled. he said. School Board< ,







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,,, .M. i 1 PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPISTARfE. _..FLORIDA_ __--_-._._..,-_ .- I _. .__ 'j It. I If
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-" -' -" --- GUM BRANCH children of Rising ,
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'+k M nOCttI'T8; FOR TUB' LIVINGWe 1"LO-nJ) ). '!s GREATEST SEASON; Defending the Cow ( Spain's Civil WarIs MISSION last )Mia Elizabeth!: Uurnage Cor. of Mr and Mrs H "C, .,

'1, bou I Winter travel Into Florida la On The Highway I II Testing GroundFor An extra treat was enjoyed when Sunday I'"
: !: I ++ hear a lot about giving week on Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams andJ. Mr. and Mrs. F bi] :\ .:y

+=--= s; goats to the living instead of wale more than a month speed of railroads its I usual Other NationsThe Dr. Wm. L. Pettinglll. a national C.-Sapp of Jacksonville were visIting T. N. Norman attendee' I

'\ Ing to lay them on the coffin. schedule Several I (Tallahassee Democrat) figure! in BIble teaching work with friends and relatives here Jacksonville Sunday
t
IIIIcJp
There has been handed to us a have been compelled to put on extra I The Junior Chambers of Com citizen has heard headquarters In Wilmington Del., -- '!
average .
this done Inverse trains to care for the early of Florida have prepared a Mission In a Sunday.Mr.
flcntlmvnt on question I merce relatively little of foreign affairs was heard at the special
and clipped from some newspaper travel and the highways bring!;: bill "with teeth In It" to prohibit Events home--the election service. and Mrs. Joe Ingham and It s

f'L. f the aauthor not Identified, crowds that in previous years I cows on the highways. The bill lately.the of Congress get a children J. C. and Cherry have re
convening especially
Bible students
to late De turned to their home in Jacksonville
and ia would have belonged and will not
not
should probably
+ but it ia l pretty) good presented the strikes the unprecedentedfloods from the messagesof
blessing
great several weeks
edification of our cember and early January. after spending
for the

+ readers. This is the way It goes: "We confidently say that Florida pass.There is no doubt that cattle South-have in the taken Middle all Wtot his atten and sent such the truths great teachers of the Book who so sim-pre- here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Them Ullrrnfuillud Cinatue. the" DI..pI,

"When I depart this mortal shore l Is going to have the biggest constitute one of the hazards of the T. N. Norman.Mr. Your 'aale
+ tion. ply and so beautifully that kidney >re ......
and mosey 'round the earth no winter season In Its history," Virgil motoring; It is true that several Yet the foreign situation has lingers and continues to and Mra. Harvey Edwards of' ..ut*matuir/nm th.l intuUntlv blvd stns@II.,,-
memory kidneys
don't don't general have been killed and InJured Canal Point the week-end aomwttm"'I..ln thN 'k' :
more, don t weep sigh L. Bates passenger Florldlans 1 has grown steadily more menac- build strong Christian character spent see act u Natun intendedpl. be
moan and sob; t may have strucka agent In Florida for the Southern by striking cows; but It Is here with relatives and friends. mo.. //mpurlur tha41/ re+ynd.a

better job."Don't Railway said u few days before doubtful that the bill drafted by ing.In civil long Dr.after Pettlngill they have was gone.accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mr. lady:: ""ananhlnery.Hyraptoma the eyetera. and UPOOI tho.""",

,iI' i- Thanksgiving. His railroad begins the would save lives or Spain for example a may .be nporaleUnt bark
Jaycees and Mra. W. C. Conner and Mr.
go and buy n large bouquet war is going on. Everyone knows his wife and while in town they headeche.attacked'dlu+a
r running its fast tourist specials work justice and Mrs L. C. Conner of Rising getting up nlihu, iw.llin.
find It hard of
l for which you'll What doesn't knowIs were the guests of the sponsors .mn..
the Royal [Palm and the Ponce de How[ motorists who have that everyone = tII. ( ff foollni' of' ..
:
CO many .
? j+{, to pay; don't mope around and feel that a general European war on the Mission work. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and tar pep and .::
Leon from Detroit Cleveland, Cln- had accidents caused by the Other elgna ol kidney
pres- o. tN
;j Felix biaddor
all blue-I be better off than At this week's study the subjectwas Sapp Sunday. ,
'1 may a small scale Is likewise going on boning. ec.oF
Br' "Innatl. and the Florida Special ence of cattle on the roads could rrd'--rI'I: : ayt. ,_
< t nations "Jesus Only" and a splendid Mrs. J. L. Gaskina and childrenof
All the
In Spain. major .
December Than ahould be
you"Don't from Kansas City-on answer ail of these questions truthfully no c&oabllh..
a ; the lesson was taught by the regular Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and traotmonk !4 wlaer than -I
tell the folks I was 3 have paid lip service to causeof i eMden 1 .
BETTE 10 this year instead of January in the affirmative: Were you CoeVe "'/110. D...'. k... hoOa
saint, or any old thing that 1 Iain't la previously Never has there speeding? Were your brakes in neutrality In Spanish affairs leader. Mrs. J. N. Norman Saturday after sew IrIdo I... men th.e ''orty nyNy ru. 1
811' like that to to New books have been ordered noon. TIooJO VN a uNm- aide
have but the fact remains according song npuuN,4
If jam ,
I ; you been such heavy bookings for accommodations good order Were your tights r.eomm..d.d br \'
spread, please hand it out before I as the railroad Is properly adjusted ? Were you at- every fact-finding newspapermanwho and will be used next week. Miss Edna Lewis of Rising sec =. L.r. Mk r r en's ;l.ciPitIlo'

has returned from the SpanIsh The old songs are loved by the tlon spent Sunday with Miss Elna
I'm dead. I getting this year. tentive to the road ahead If not
What;
( I battlefront that several Eu Mission folks and are used In pref- Conner.
5 Ing or a "If you have roses bless! your Thousands of the people who will was the accident not as much or '
to others.
erence
i anywaymoney .", yl, soul just pin one In my button come to Florida this winter will seethe more the accident not as much or ropean nations have troops actively any Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez and
battles are
engaged In Spanish
?' state for the first time. They more the fault of the motorists as
supplying one side or the other 'VOODLA'VNllrli. '
will come as will those who are of the COWII'rIn

Theremaking FI.UDAr1'GER lot making their first visit to the a recent Interview Governor with airplanes rifles cannon am A. i. Yarbrough, Cor. BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
munition and food. For Instance
elate, with the Idea of having a Cone expressed disapproval of the llni of Caskets. *; Undertaker Supplies.
'The prlr
and ti Ine time. They have put the depression program to banish cattle from the when the ref Uion began a rebel bars H. Keene and daughter, AMBULANCE SERVICE ,,
Ing
leader Franco bad almost no tanks
DAY ANU
NIGHT
and Ruth Johns of Shamrock
!) and Its worries behind roads but evidenced an open mindon Dorothy
product
tble tot, Stuff.4 up _tit awag.d ..Bey them. They have money to spend the proposal to fence the high -now he has great numbers of are 'visiting Mra. Keene'a 53 PHONE 53

+I" Sot. throat Nature' wanly &e Fhey want to make up for lost time' The opposition of the gover.nor the most up-to-date type. And the mother, Mrs W. R. Kersey a. H. BENNETT Mgr.
llytoXmeans ; "Look Out", You mar b. Uw MM ways. had air force worthyof
loyalists nw
n;, f I n.U lotlcn.. with snide mat rJ with play and comfort and much to the cattle ban was based on Vance Keene of Shamrock was "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
; all .ro...... you wirwit good
the that automobile drivers
more cobetter health br theory

'I 'i !.. fLU arm0( And when the season Is over who wish to make a speedway of number of fairly modern and Rudolph Chlsm the past week ._,_. LO" ... ._ ._._. ...-._._ ..._ ._.
toms. M4 OnMOAF well-armed shlpll.P"c1pal .
and ma, Tonlom\ Tour Florida will have gained a large state roads find the cattle an ob end.

, to mak* ', beat frtenit. I_ number of new citizens who have steels to their design. participating nations : Jeff Murrhee of Starke was via SERVICE STATIONWe
helping to ward are Russia Germany Italy and I iting1 Rudolph Chasm last week.E. .
I about for the
more en, ft the ejmptomaof juletly gone looking There Is an organization of saf
FLO. It. > France. Germany and Italy side j E. Yarbrough and Mr. and
Toomthe \ I war Action .la f.. best place to Invest their money ety minded motorists without dues
t with the rebels who are Fasclstlc Mrs. W. R. Kersey are visiting A. Handle Cold Drinks-Standard '
mat moue. 1. It la- .. .Ik.'''... .. Oeat- which Is : Gas'
i ly keep 110...,. a. )Baaea. the best places for the ouilding of or obligations except one Russia !
belpa open. in tendency and purpo e. J. Chasm who Is very ill, in St,
too HtU !..". 4, Inetantljr ...oob .headache expressed In the title; it Is the "Not and Oil-Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries!
the f I 1 and. palna. 5. Red Oroaa. :i new home.-Klsslmmee Gazette. II and France side with the loyalists I George Ga. ,
to Over Club Its Is
Fifty ; purpose
r CAr Tonlo hae BTRONCl bulldlnc who Include Communists Socialists
- culturemany l Ionic notion. 6. Heipe rebuild nil. to slow down to miles
cars fifty an
ole while I'm alive and welltoay BUS STATION
Sloan will until
< 9 blood 0.11. for atrentth. realetanoa.Don Syndicalists and Republicans.To not arbitrate
e of
hour and thus limit the hazards
't depend on on. .m.dp-a. Don t wait until I've gone what extent are these foreign strikers leave the plants. So a
conc1ue1farm Ited Crnne CAIP Tonlo and get At rt driving. And it Is indisputablethat
ai" t that rold 0 way*. fan at drugflita.For away."Arcadia Arcadian. nations taking an active Interest ,: stalemate exists and long legal
: few accidents would be
expe- BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIONOpp.
farm or; tquantity i triple" ar amli0* and. lhr..>ur.y df <. : -- lenced by motorists driving at In Spain Vivid answer la sup ,': battles are pending.
f f.ni. tut I tit combitMllon with. Rd CroiiKub : plied by Major Al Williams, famous The Administration has done
:! 'hi Ckul Colds lie. and Red Crou I Recreation will continue to be a I fifty in clear weather or at slower racing pilot who recently nothing toward forcing a settle- Court House Phone 601
We can! Couth Syrup lOc ImUnlly' .|//eauur f : demonstration piogram in 1937 ipteils! In fog or smoke If brakes
wh'!' t .. made a European tour for the purpose ment; the belief is growing that it _. _. .___
tory ."* --** --* *"""---s major feature of the Florida home I tad lights were In good shape, no n _n ____ _n_ ___
profltab/ of evalulng Europe's air armadas must act soon or the whole course ---
/ ,matter If they did encounter cat
There! : -- tle ( According to Major Williams of the recovery movement will be -

( "One pilot, who had served imperiled
THEVORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill ti
volved When a motorist has a clear vls-
in the rebel army told me it was I
culture on ahead he is aware of the fact
getting tough for a native to find come to your home every day through
trol of A hen he Is approaching cattle; hen DRINKAT
something to do in that civil war.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
ruch all > easily slow down until certain
Russia Germany Italy and France
fcect pea whether of the Is
any cows moving dn International Daily NfwtpaperIt
had all but taken it over for awarming.
.
oward or onto the road: If his records for you the> world' cl'an. eonfitructlv doings. Thn Moi .r
AiFEUTI S -up session of their new does nut exploit crime or actuation; neither doe It leases them i iit n>,'
Drakes he slow .
\ are equalized can machines." ( *."M correctively with th.m. F."tMr>s for busy men and .1.! '
o a safe speed or stop altogether war family. I Including the weekly MflRan.n i Section.
!, Finally why are these nations -----------------.-.- ---------------------------------
f necessary without danger of
mixing In a civil war theoretically. The Christian science Publishing Society
BL, kids or slde way. One Norway. SLrtot. Bo.ton lI.ehuM",
LUNCH RECESS
Is of their business? The answer
none
Com t tWi i It Is even probable that the I Plpfts enter my iiuacripUon, to The Christian Scfonct Monitor (nr
O to that Is two-fo1d.
period of
a.b .knowledge that cattle may be en- AFTEi SCHOOL 1 year to 00 6 month M So S month. 93 3(1( I month. TVWedueaday
:ountered has a wholesome effect First, there is a good chance Iiwuv, Inciudlun Maganln Section: 1 year 12 00, 6 .Uauei air

on motorists. We know of one who that a loyalist victory would re Nam ......._........_,...........______,_,_______n____u. .

suit In the establishment of a com- STARKE COCA-COLA Addreu __ __._ __ _________
:.Ideswiped a cow on the way to -._....- ... nO u oon _____?__ _
,;'fie Jacksonville because his brakes I munist regime in Spain. Italy and BOTTLING CO. ....flm Cmfj m Hif..*(
: V'I etA Germany leading fascist
I .vcre out of adjustment and he powers
are determined to do everything
:ould not slow down properly without I
1 : possible to prevent that-it would
danger of sldeswuy; as a result
\ threaten their hopes for the grad-
ic had his brakes adjusted before
p ual extension of fascism through
.etuming in fear of encounteringmore
? cattle. j I all Europe. By the same token a

rebel would be followed
victory by
S. And it cannot be denied that n
a fascist Spanish as I
government THE 25-ltIILLlfONTH
motorist who Is driving at such
f
General Franco has said. And
a GwntryHoma M CAII'StiL4 ipeed or in a machine so ill adjusted ,

N that he Is unable to avoid cat- France and Russia feel that If that -'-... .,......,...f.

i t0 Pictorial B ere RI I tie, will not be able to stop If a happened, they would be put In

srtvlew FARM "3E5 :ihlld wanders into the road. great danger inasmuch as they

would be surrounded by unfriendly
\ d ,,,da //I'D' JOURNAI. These arguments are based on

j;f, the Interests of the public generally nations. FORDHAS I
-_) r The second phase of the answerIs
but there Is an Issue that affectshe
-' given by intimation in the
r lives of a considerable number quotation
Ya O from Major Williams. The
ae Cam
if Floildlans, the cattle owners. I
9I < 1 Tr O ttot.rerPraffry/ chatter of diplomats to the con-
\ zed rrnrf The cows on the road seldom are
O AaaiWt n tad a e Ma junlry aN' Rnl -d Yr.O tiary' It l Is a reasonable assumption
Nom td e Ma O No err 4+.1 Y.a n'lk cows; they are range cattle

gnbllanGroeM ... 1 Yr. mf4uq J al 1 y4QFIoeK ;rn a brood belt from Pensacola to that Europe :would be at war now MUST BEEN SMU3LT
6 if the antagonistic
MsWdne 1Yr. bAUaMaOUint.. I ;bet Myers and extending across powers were
pcCtll s 2 Its' O f.. not held back by fear of each other's
Nome
I O C/rt/r/ / Host of the width of. the state
O MtthncIll. 1 Trs.a 1 : possible strength.. It la no secret
here
d are thousands of families
Ne1. 1
letlf ur +lne yrm that Germany would attack
ep a and M t 6 ad 4ea nd tort ..1 rA nbsistlng on the proceeds of the
Q tunllf .1 Yr. Q Mora WaldaII / ange. Their method of living Is France tomorrow, if sne were confident

yannls MD Mklyl O PI Namr LI/ "1 Yr, he same as that of Abraham and I she cpuld win--and that

O +re Z MOry ..i heir rights: have been recognized ,'France would do the same thing,
'
iktMial ae O fl0'blsun Yr, given the same assurance. Civil
Sdao lWltutlt ?1 Tt' O yarb 1 y society since his day. occurred before in autoeach than the
Q ytrtt + RAad, h ? Y, war In Spain is providing these IT HAS never year year before. They

atl rd Q f0au ad,tan. ,,,,.5 Tr. O Womay WaKRe( Jw i y :armor It might with be one easy milk to cow force or the the powers! with! a chance to tryout mobile history that 25 million cars of have every right to. The experience


airy owner to keep his cattle pen General their fighting Staffs equipment are watching--and with(the one make, bearing one name, have gained in building 25,000,000 cars en

+ Wtk ed: It might be easy to enforce
117 I unabated interest. been manufactured under one manable.. Ford
{ k nce taws against the owner of to produce today a really

1 y n ur.bred beef fnrm.4.: it is Imposible has This killed"international thousands of civil Spaniards.war" I agement. The 25,000,000th Ford car superb motor car at a really low price

OFFER MO. iTMe oma 1t0. I to pen the range cattle. The
AU .....a All lour ''ill drafted the It has laid Spain waste. And it la I rolled off the Ford Rouge Plant pro- -with the Beauty, Comfort, Safety +
by should
< n Newspaper, 1 T,. For Oely' N. It..._,. IT'. Jayceea
Magade.. } Mala.laee. } 1'0' Only .is entitled, A Bill to be Entitled an perhaps preparing the way toward I duction line on January 18, 1937. and Performance of much more expensive

6 boot Group B $2 e 10 3 In..snap A $2..40OrrG vet to Destroy the Source of Food the most sanguinary general con-
P Pf since 1903
nd Shelter of Thousands of Flor- flict In world, history. Today all 25 million ram morn cars. I!

f da Families. Without the range I Europe Is art.| armed camp-and Its than onothird' of all the cars frer The 1937 Ford V-8 combines advanced t
MO. a Ornll 110. weapons are Infinitely greater
Thl Mwpapr I Tr.M AU rear nI8 xew.prpr' a T" AU We .hese people have no living. De-I built enough cara to the )
both In number and potential de- transport design all-eteel construction
__. rOf owe .. .. rOf Oalra.p 'troy the range and you destroy ,
w A 2M.
2 :
a'n A
.. atructlveness than before the
} } them. entire population of the United Statf extra body room and brilliant brakes

/ 1 == B $2.25 3 :::= B 5.50 And It we are so sure of our- World War It Is very possiblethat remarkable ,

i elves that we may decree deatruc- if one of the powers becomes The figure represent a with a choice of two V-type 8-cylin-

satisfied that the "tests" made In contribution to the social welfare the der
Ion of the range and Its people can engines the most modern type
Spain show it to be superior to a

AerAwa soy .t.... Maaara MotM__. i biTtla t If ve afford to lose an important neighboring unfriendly power the industrial stability and the general of power-plant on land, sea, or in
a A..._ FnUI OrawMAn a.n Mottortotura. ___,_ t,04OP justness and source of Income?
r >*_ MaeaAee. ___ .... *_ load lee KT I rrt oa lave the Jaycees checked the rev- blow-oft will come with breath- progress of our country. the air.
.nor Neee.e end Gud___ Lao.. Opp.rw.lry. MaaalM _, 1.00Maaailo taking suddenness.
......... aa-.r 1.711 Iareute' ________ *..41wklr nue of the range cattle Industry? So far I PeoplerapcetFoedefGciency: : They The 85-horsepower
,, CappwiChild rateret a.n. ( ) ______ 1.M 5o they know its Importance in as America Ia concerned engine provides
LUChrtittao. '__' .tS rkr-oat. Calt-t t.IS the State Department obviously know Ford fine
the
9 he trade of the elate? uses materials top performance with
_lei '.50 Photoplay _. __ 1notarial ... Do they realizes the I unusually good
,r ColU.tWooklr, : Leo aa.l.w t.OO :now how much the dangers In Europe-is best
cow I
: range
Country se... B yn. 1.r1: Popular Mchate* ___ f./s: seeking to formuate an equitable workmanship at good wages, the economy for its high power.
4' Delineator _'>_ LIS Popular SoUaa Moolhly___ f IS -.ntributes to the producers of cattle and
D/ale Poultry IvumolForm ._ a.n (Radio. Mow (11111I..11.) ,.__ Ill the transporters of native beef workable neutrality policy. I most exact precision: measurements. The 60-horsepower engine gives
II loweial. t ".... a.11I Hodbook Maqailn .... There Is a great deal of debate goIng -
Field and Stroa .... Hvlw the wholesale and retail markets? know these
\ f I' a< *Tlw* Las They things are passed good performance with th
t
+ Ftowor Crowo. '.U Seratand .__ ______ '.00 Do they know the amount of rev on among those with different prfatf;
A Homo Art N.edleoea8. 1.11I Semn Play .... views. It certain
-- 1.00 enue that all these Interested seems that the along to purchasers in the form of gaanlinemileageeverbniltintoaFordrvtra :
r Houeo and CordonHoueohold fAl SilT*> Scri '.00 par
y; I MaqastaoUbortr __ 1,711 Sport Hold. ___________ '.00 tics pay into city county and atate President will be given wide discretional valur. Naturally like I
'. Weekly Lso 8uvcMiul Farming. l.TO 'y powers !in dealing with they to car-and wears tlit_ lowest. Ford' prim
Literary Dtieel Leo foe Story Ma.axln*.. _____ 1.IS treasuries? Are we so affluent
; I i iI McCall'e Maaaaln. __ L00 W__'. world 1.10 that we can do without one of our foreign crises. It also seems certain I do business with such a company. tag/ in y..arll.

major sources of Income and sup that the old doctrine dramat That is the only it has been
I 4, port Us present beneficiaries on ized by Wilson, of "freedom of the reason People expwt more of a Ford car
i
relief tNative seas' will be dropped in the hope required to produce 25 million cars. bM"auy it's Ford and
a i iI
they
r ar erYai r art ors Aalar tW aoa std of JjTt!
rGentlemen keeping us out of conflict. I
Naturally, too, they '
: Bay trees and majestic I expect more for the same reason. It

a. I I II The auto strike overshadows more of a Ford car, more this
virgin all
abound is
pines In
I enclose: $_____for which pisses lend me the Ravine other business undeniably the rnalitr far I

I ,C '1 I the) magazine I have checked together withyear' a I II p i iI Gardens at Palatka.: little or nothing news has At this been writIng accomplished I year than last year- more in th. low-price field.

subscription to
your aewapdpeef .be k In the of
settlement
(
way I
t 1 'l,,,I' \I t I I II II COLDSsad John I_ Lewis labor generalissimo i
I
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am. la
M 1t I as adamant as ever

,'"i, I and so Is Alfred E. Sloan. General FORD MOTOR COMPANYPAG

1 1.j 1i ',,I I' ; I Street or R. F. D. FEVER Motors head. G. :M. car produc I

f:. rl;\; I alr NaDtn TAx11Ta rtedq tlon has fallen to extreme lows,
Town and State aALYaI aWlp NrWarbe.e
I
I with
i r oalow MitoitM strikers in possession of many f

-rrfr..or -ul..arte sa- TrrHo>-Mr.TIa Llalrr.f'r "_Worl. a t plants. Labor chiefs will not calla

.j halt to "sit tiown" tactics; bir.WlttnAaa0lpraMraagiau'eatwaeemw .






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I EDITORIAL STAFF I Senior Class PlayPronounced PRIZE-WINNING PUPILS ARE PICTURE D BELOW !


VIRGINIA E011uR-1N FUGATE-CHIRF SuccessThe I II I [ ELEMENTARY ECHOES 1)).1


LITERARY EDITOR annual senior pluv+ "Thi' r
ARTILE HEMINGWAY: Talk of the Town" was presented
in the High School auditorium Fri SKKNTII tilt.\I>KKS Til.\\ KL: fLt'I1S'fIt (II \PKI.

SOCIETY EDITOR day night, February tt Mrs Warren Perkins had the 7th
3RIED KILLINCSWORTH It was a dramatic and exciting grade science class. to mike small Mrs Rltrh's! and Mrs Biggs sec-
Hud had of. the Ele-
EXCHANGE EDITOR plot centered around the Simmons booklets of where they would like grades charge
f. ,
mentary Thursday morning -
MARGIE MCMILLAN family. The hero and heroine Albert to go on the globe, \\Ith picturesto program
Lee Crosby and Virginia Fu- Illustrate the places! they went.
SPECIAL REPORTER gate, respectively had many difficulties ; Some went to Europe, others to( thewestern The? program opened l by all sing

LOIS JUDDEDITOU'S to overcome, such as rivals ," ,, ; countries, some to the ing "America". Mrs Hitch then

(Imaginary and otherwise) but S e-- ., North and South. led us in the flag salute, the 23rd
e' M4 Psalm and the Lord's Prayer.
--- ---
In the
MESSAGE! were finally happy together
y 4 SIXTH; SK\DR NEWS Mrs. Rltch then told us the life
,'iVe are all Interested In making How end.The cast was well selected, each ',tyt, I 'y t q ', We are glad to have our teacher of Stephen C. Foster After that
school the best possible.
ou r; eft
&,we improve it? One way may character being perfectly suited to Mrs. Wainwright back after an we sang some songs written byStepht'n
his part. absence of Monday morning Fouler, led by Mrs Biggs.
t be if accompli shed through the wordllt,4BCtuality ,
There We have been keeping up with the we were
Let's strive to be was a large attendanceand Among songs sang
everyone enjoyed the play Im- 1' the n()() I school all classes,
to our
punctual Mr and Mrs. J H Benson, Prof L. A, A J Grlffls. 'I
land In the preparation of all of our mensely.The Gray Supt Misses Oleta Smith Ethel Taylor are helping them all we can. Joe" and "Oh Susanna."
seniors expect to Jessie Mae Brannen and Arlie Sponholtz I I We have drawn name for Valentines -
|aattgnments. Surely if we de- exchange __ ___ __ __ Announcements were the nmada
and have made
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plays with the P. K. Yonge schoolIn several
r fvefop' these traits our school can'tIbefp by Mr. Biggs and Mr. Gray
> different kinds of Valentines.
Gainesville this week JUNIORTKESS
one night !
: but be a splendid model for Boys Lose ToBronson Seniors Take
Richard JacksonReporter. Ida Lulu Davis, Reporter
and probably in other nearby CII.\n.\{'TEU
[other schools so let us think about .. ,
1 Point -------- -- -
by -- ----'"----- -
schools. The performance will be Teachers Exams
those and develop them to the utt. The junior's assignment In Eng
repeated in the auditorium here -!
lish Monday was for each one to First Aid Class Commercial Dept.In .
Tuesday afternoon at 1:15: : for the Starke Bronxon -
J __. -- give a two minute character talk,
OF EVENTS benefit of the "Bradford B. Book." The. Lineup Last Thursday, Friday and Sat Visits Farm Colony Knoxville Meet
CALENDAR Some of the topics were: Friend
The door the Teacher's Examinations
receipts were $65.85 be- urday
-
[ February 15: Wynn Griffis ship, Honesty, Accuracy Kindness,
Monday. fore a few minor expenses were were given In the County Court Friday the 29th, the First Aid Mr. Benson rewards: good students
Cheerfulness, Ambition and Co.
Student Government. Long Moring
paid House under the supervision of class motored via bus to the Florida .
.B..H S. Faculty Meeting Brown White operation. Many splendid talks Mr. V A, Scott and Mr. A J, Farm Colony The class was Four Florida high school seniors
February 16: were given and the juniors feel '
uesday McLandon Griffin Its teachers Miss Interested attendants at the
Torode
accompanied by were
B. H. S. Journal Club. B. H. S. Girls Lose they have gained a great deal
Watkins Two of the seniors were among Maxwell and Mrs Hlckok. fourteentht annual convention of
ednesday February 17: Crosby from this lesson. character can'tbe
To Green Cove TeamOur Kdmondson the Southern Business Associationat
,
Beta Club Substitutes Starke, Winifred stressed too much; it Is just as those taking Patsy The first place to be visited was
and Others the Hotel Andrew Johnson,
ursday, February 18: Hazen, Quarles, Gene Long, and Important as any other subject we Myrtice Killingsworth. the gills' dormitories. Here we saw
Elementary Chapel. girls played the Green Cove Denmark BronsonWatts.Brown take In school, so let.a do all we taking were, Mr. Arthur McRae, the girls lined up against the wall Knoxville, Tennessee, during
Town Team The Miss Melva Crosby, Mrs. Essie Thanksgiving week They were
Wednesday night mingling themselves. Next
19: can to build up a good and strong among
day, February for
game was slow but very Interest- was high scorer character. Crosby, Mrs Iris Crosby, Mrs. Ov- we went to the sewing room where !guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry
High School.Assembly. Ing. At the half the score was 8 to Starke by six points. Torode star- errtreet, Miss Hope Haynes, Miss some of the girls were mending Benson, having won highest
.
red on the defense Qua lies didn'tenter -- -
4 in their favor. The last half Madeline Crew, Willie Strickland, clothes and making new ones. awards In business education at
LOST AND FOUNDST they just broke right through our until the half. The score at Green Cove WinsB. and Harry Sapp. The above men- the Bradford High School at
if the half 8In favor but After thin we went to the boys
Two dance was our
> steps defense and the game was on with tioned were taking for a second Starke, Flol'IoIlMr.. Benson provided
last half Bronson H. S. Boys' Game rooms where the boys were work.
[ return to Arlie. the gained on us
found, please free to this
our girls striving to win but they I grade certificate a trip convention -
, .:;; I and the final score was 13 to 12 Ing, carrying laundry and mopping for the school seniors
; high
Just stayed ahead of us. The score .
t floors After talking to the
Starke boyswe
handkerchief Green CoeTTie
$ FOUND-A white In their favor.
/\ then rose to 14 to 10 In their favor KDDV \RTM\N: WINS went to the Infirmary wherewe who had the highest scholastic averages -
owner please be able to identify. Lineup .
despite the good playing of Robert Long Pringle HONORS AT STATE FAIR saw all kinds and shapes of
Zell Collins and Lillian The Bradford School has
3ST-- A stick of gum in Mrs Moseley.The Girls Win OverBronson's Niram Wynn SappingtonDan people Here we saw our moot High
outstanding forwards were, an enrollment of lean than 300 students -
of
pitiful night the whole trip.
f Lung's English class. Please re- Hazcn Crocketto
McMillan. Grace Arwood and Elizabeth Phil- Fast TeamStarke Eddy Hartman, a tenth grade Next we went to the kitchen but that about half that
[turn. Margie lips. Quarles Geiger student of Bradford High School where everyone was busy getting number In the bualnenn! departmentof

It 3ST-A gold pin by Miriam Starke Green Cove Bronson Crosby ChapmanThe won many honors at the Florida ready for dinner. The food< was which Mr. Benson Is head. The

[tinder please return-Reward.ST The Lineup The LineupE. boys were short the serv- State Fair and Gaaparllla Asxocla- wholesome and looked very iippe- curriculum an arranged by Superintendent -
Arwood, F. Williams, F Phillips Elzby ices of Artford Brown and they tlon which was held In Tampa last t)Izlng but the teacher said 1 that we A. J. Griff and Princi-

) ---By Dot Bishop one heart Eliza. Phillips, F. Conway, F Packbam Bronson seemed lost without the regular week He received first prize for must go home so we left for pal L. A. Gray offers a wide range
fprobabily la vicinity of Adklns' Howard, F. Bittle, F center. Their defense was good the best carriage model, best combination Starke On the way back every- of business' subjects: beginning and

[botne. Collins, G. Bermltt, G. Smith Lender however, but they just couldn't book rack and stationary one expressed his gratefulness for advanced shorthand, secretarial
Hinson, G. King, G Collins Yearty find the basket. Dan Hazen was holder and also( first prize for the being born normal. We hope( to studies and office practice, begin-

UND By Willis, a young Moseley, G Rowce, G. Phillips Hachter the outstanding player of the game I best magazine rack. visit/ other places as interesting as ning and advanced bookkeeping,

[lady near Brooker, but does not Tison Harris being the high scorer with 8 points Through his exhibitions our thin' one soon.THOUGHTS. beginning and advanced typewriting

The game ended wit hthe score 21- county won third place for .. -- --.-- business English, commercial
wish to return makingthe ---
Margaret Lowry At the half the score was 13 to 3 law Industrial
geography, economics -
13 in
favor of Cove.
y Green < FOIl TIIK' \\KKK'
in our favor with Ethel Packhamour mont complete education exhibit. business
general !, and salesmanship
-
.OST--The directions of Fran- Best Book ReviewLast star. Our girls stayed in the For these bono Eddy receiveda Everyone Is the architect of his ,

gel Peek's home by her Gatnes- lead all the game. The final score A piece of wood that has been own fortune.
|vie admirers If found please re- Thursday was Book Review 20-5: with E. Phillips star at the weighed and lowered to a great check for $11.50. We are very Few things are Impossible to diligence The prize-winning students were

tll i to Chester Blazer.3ST Day In all of the English classes, end. Our outstanding guards were depth In the sea will no longer proud of him for this splendid exhibition and skill. Miss Ethel Taylor, Miss Oleta
and fine and the honor bestowed There Is no price too dear to Smith, Miss Jessie May Brannen,
many reports were givenIn Zell Collins Vernle Phillips and flout when brought back to the on
By John Arthur Torode different original plans. Mar Skeet Tison surface our county pay. for perfection. Mr. Arlle Sponholtz.Mr. .

fishing bait near Moore's dock, garet Lowry gave an unique re -y Help yourself by making n fine Benson la president of the
'oskat! least we think so, because he port in a booklet from the book, art of your work. Florida Business Teachers' Association

. \baa been rowing around there late- "The Daughter of the Samari)," by I LOKILMv HIGtiLIGTS 6rNHfU The man who IOHCS his opportun- and had charge: of business

ly' Etsu Sagotogo. She Illustrated her M ? ? liy tones! himself.Dependablllty teacher training at the Universityof

book vividly by printing in Chinese Is the real key to Florida lose summer

|"OUND--.By Mr. Benson, one style and had beautiful colored success. +--

4020! joke book that he reads to his pictures representing her charac- I --..--- TI1INHS! TO IIR ,\\'OIUEUIntlmll

pils. ters and settings of the book. One NOU KOIC A MMII.K: te friends! may talk about

received the whole story of the Caller: "Won't you walk as far anything of 'Interest or concern to

ST A pair of socks, please book by Margaret's illustrations an the coiner with me, Junior" them, but If there Is a general con.
;return, at once. Hazel Moore. and the few remarks below each I Junior: "I can't" versation for the amusement of a

-- picture. Good work Margaret! Oilier: "Why not ?" number some subjects have to be

ANYBODY'S BUSINESS Junior: "CuiiHe we're gonna. have avoided Some of them are questions -

liNlrara: and S. G. feel an urge togo I WOULD BE HAPPY IF: dinner an noon as you go." of religion, politics, and nationality

[ to Chiefland. What is the big They would leave my name out which are likely to lead

traction? of the paper-signed: Phillip Ma- r -=. 'Mother, Mother, Mother, turn to controversy: Illnesses; personal
{Albert Lee is always hungry. nassa. the hone on me!" sang little Willie, and' family affalms; and one's job.

"Gov" took the bandage off hisfjhead. I could get a chance to sing with as hilt mother was dressing him Those who talk well should be

Bing Crosby and Robert 'Taylor ,.. one morning. careful not to monopolize the con-
Skeet and Lillian rode home Signed: Grace. "What do you mean?" she asked versation.

m Green Cove in an Austin. Virginia would mean what she ,:.,_ ... 'f.0' ;. '!. Avoid somethings In conversation .

''S. G. hangs around the jail house said in the play Signed: Albert .. "You've put my stocking on such as: loud talking; rapid
"just" lately. Lee. wrong side out," he said enunciation which U difficult to

Frances represented Starke last Someone in Gainesville would 12PC41)4 understand J, slovenly pronunciation

{Friday night at the Aram Akbar move here. Signed: Frances A I' The minister's wife, while call talking through none, inat,
lub chicken supper and party. That Lincoln Zephyr would ret//7" ing on a member of the congregation tendon; much talk about money

Randolph was very late to the show up. Signed: Dot. : FROM mentioned with excusable personal questions which may embarrass .
Bronson. basketball game, was it aHat I could find someone tall with pride that her daughter had won another; hackneyed expressions

tire or did he give out of gas? nice eyes and a La Salle. Signed ArRICk 1 the prize In a musical recital such as!, "1 nearly had a

Three of the junior girls walked Harriet. I / Her listener at once showed her fit," "what do you know about
I hree miles the other day. What 4t' fellow-feeling that?" and tiresome unnecesflarlen

was the Idea Are they trying to INTERESTING NOTES / I "I can understand your pride," like. "Listen," "Let me tell you

reduce, or did they decide they Irma Stockwell a former graduate a'J she said. "I well remember how something," "Don't you know1'1
Could get to their destination of Bradford High School, whoIs pleased 1 was when our pig took And "Hee"

[quicker that way? going to Southern College, Is t the first prize at the agricultural Never make the same remark
on a program over the Clearwater N show" over with only a slight variation.

4 GUESS \0\IN? radio station every Sunday after -- --. -

There Is a pretty girl in the sen- i noon. She sings and recites poet- The same song sparrow was Thus far, 25,518: Florida farmers

tier class who Is dark, with dark ry.A 4 caught In a bird-handing trap operating 2,820,370 acres of land
"brown hair and eyes and a dark committee of juniors Is plan- more than 200 times In a single are cooperating In the Conservation .

l.omplexlon. She is of a medium ning the "Junior-Senior affair summer. program.

)size, is active, enjoys good humor They aren't telling their plans to .-.
Find is a friend to all. She is a anyone yet but promise big do- I

[,good actress and well-liked. Now, ings.At $ .
$Ueas: who she la! the tournament at Cross City WANTEDGUM

,' (Ana) Marjorie McMillan. the other day our boys won second ONOf7 I RICIIST"'

place as to their appearance. We ,--p.tj; Or ALb TJ.I : AQ.LY SpANIS
RILLS AND HEARTFALLSe knew something.those red satin suits coulddo &ONtf/ElZO/; TJ./E PHOIfN P CROSS TIES


was dark-very dark with I Mr. Gray complimented the senior @ CALL OK WRITEWilliamson
[black hair and eyes that spoke fort I class on excellent behavior during 7 J1P S@JI@

( ) maelve. He was quiet and: play practice. 74Q/VAS

f scarcely ever was heard. The fair SOUTJIlN Tie Co.:

(young affection girl looked at him and her I i Society :fJ.0I2/0 beverage and is also regarded as a pleas
[ for him could be seen In
ant laxative.AT .
Ifeer, eyes. He turned to her; it I Lillian Moaeley spent the week.
Gainesville Fla.
(was a crucial moment and then he end in Gainesville. the head of one of the most magnificent ,

{aroused her deepest anger. For he Hazel Moore spent the day In expeditions ever fitted out in Spain i

[spoiled her thrill moment-and Jacksonville Tuesday. for the extension of power in the New '..
Jbarked the Harriet Harriet Bishop visitor at .
noisy dog was a World, IIERNANDO DE SOTO landed
enson the Cypress Gardens in Winter Ha-
ven on returning home she visited '. TIlE exotic TAMARIND, now cultivatedin ] supposedly on the shore of Tampa Bay in For Expert RepairingSmith's

WE WONDER WHY? Rollins College *n Winter Park. Florida, is the fruit of a magnificentEast 1539 for the primary purpose of conquestand

English Three students had to Beatrice Moseley spent Sunday African tree that reaches a heightof obtaining treasure. With about 600

I earn poems on Friday. afternoon In Gainesville. 80 feet. It consists of thin brown shell well)) trained men, over two hundred horses

S. G. Denmark did not play the Doshia Smith visited in Hawthorne pods filled with an acid-sweet pulp con- and a drove of swine, he then began one I

,,\leading boy in the "Talk of the ''I Saturday. taining acetic, tartaric and citric acids of the most remarkable marches in mili- GaragePhone

Town." I Katie and Virginia Fugate visited and potassium salts. In some countriesthe tary annals, traversing. what is now ,
i We have seven periods every' the Ravine Gardens in Palatka Tamarind pulp and seed thrown southern and western United States in
are
day. I I Sunday afternoon. into kegs, filled with boiling syrup and his vain search, constantly fighting: with 120
Al Kay Carlisle, former studentof hostile
Indians. Death ended De Soto's
shipped to foreign markets. The
It 1* believed that the glove Industry Bradford High who is going to syrup,
adventurous
highly diluted makes career on the western bank Wrecker Service Day or Night
cooling
In'J.ro a summer
first
was established : Bolles, spent the week-end at of the :Mississippi in 1542.
t, France, In 0277. home. j J




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it" TACC FOITl BRADFORD COfNTY: : TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRI \n\ i I' i ,.
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I' ( 'ommitU'es For Year \V"ll-Known Educator District Convention !JURY ETT.\ THORNTON husband, Jasper B.'Own.:1) :
Mrs. Mary Etta Thornton, 40, children L. M
Circles Brown
Appointed By Circle Addressed Woman's Club Of Woodmen "I i *
i At Wednesday MeetingThe Here Next Week of Raiford, died Saturday after- City, Mrs. Ida Gowlg.... '
-jocietylJ Starke Grove 278 held its regular noon after a sudden attack of ill- Mrs. Beulah Prescutt, Si, ,1/,K 11' .

meeting Tuesday night with I Woman's Club met Wednes- The Starke Woodman Circle ness.Mra. ton Brown, Sampson City, ,,' M t.'
E ; His Viola FusHell In the chair. day afternoon in the club building Grove will entertain the District Thornton, the daughter of Myra Dyal, also of .- amp.",., h,.'

The Grove reported giving $5 to and the business session was' presided Convention Tuesday February 16, Mr. and Mrs.: J. E. Stafford, was Mrs Brown was a momh", i ,,I' ,
flood relief $8.75 for relief of I over by the president, Mrs. at the Woman's Club. Mrs. Vonda burled In the Green Cemetery in Baptist Church.

B. D. C. Club Entertains Presbyterian Ladies' Woodmen Circle members in the L. A. Canova. Inman will give a luncheon at noonin Baker County Monday afternoon .-
" Auxiliary Meets flood district, and $10 towards fur- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter chairman the sun parlor of the club house Services were held in the cemeterywith -- -
Party
At Surprise Birthday nishing a room in the Tally Cot- I of the school committee was In honoring the district, state and national the Rev. J. R. Duke officiat- Daily average salea of n. .\ I',..
Honoring The Misses DowlingThe The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Intro- officers of her district. senger cars increased about, LIe'.
, tage for an aged member in Sher- charge of the program and
B. D. C. Club entertained delightfully Presbyterian Church met Tuesday man, Texaa. duced Dr. Ballard Simmons, Dean Mrs.!: Virgie Flynn, who is dis- ing.The deceased Is survived by her ty per cent from March f,, Ail, ,j'
evening at 7:30: o'clock at the home of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory trict president, has completed her .---
with a surprise birthday The guardian! appointed the following husband, David Thornton, nine -
party Monday afternoon at 3:30: of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. committees for the year: School in Gainesville, as guest plans for a constructive and inter- children, three brothers, and three Half of the presidents "r, ,
o'clock In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Narcissi, roses and azaleas were Investigating Committee: Mrs. speaker for the afternoon. The esting convention. Her commit- sisters. Pall-bearers were: E. H. United States came from V" ,I J
'
E. J. Dowling In honor of Marlon used In decorating the home for' Mae Gretn, Mrs. Ethel Chamber.; subject of his address walt the old tees for the day are: Receiving, Harris, M. E. Griner, L. D. Dobbs, and Ohio.

and Helen Dowling who celebrated this delightful meeting. Mrs. T. J. McIntyre. school system In comparison with Mrs. Viola Fuasell. Mrs. C. J. Pow- L. E. Prince, C. E. Kirkland, and
led the devo- ----
their fifteenth birthday annlvereary. Mrs. G. H. Lowry the new. ell\ Mrs. Maude Andreu and Miss John Godwin. DeWitt C. Jones
Public Relations Committee:
tional service and she also read avery
Dr. Simmons stressed the old Amy Moore. had of .
II' interesting letter from Di Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. Clara Mae charge arrangements.MRS.
A color note of pink and green I Weber, a medical missionary in Knight, Mrs. Virgie Flynn. Iron-clad discipline against the Decorating Committee: Mrs. .
.
was reflected In the Spring flowers Africa. Gift Committee: Mrs. Virgie newer theory of active interest. He Vonda E. Inman. Mrs E. J. Dowling. JASPER B OWN SUWANNEE
! used about the rooms where spoke of how the rules were written Mrs. A. E. McKenny, Mrs. .
Mra. II. H. Young, president Flynn, Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs. Mildred Mr Jasper Brown, 74, died in
the club members assembled. After presided over the meeting. Yearly Powell. on the board and of how the Viola Fussell, Miss Julia Tison, her home near Starke Tuesday

the presentation of many lovely reports of every department were children learned by the means of a Mra. Ira Wilson, Miss Amy Moore, morning following a severe illness. STORES
Sick and Flower Committee
:
I; gifts, the young people rode horses, heard. 'I hickory limb, while the modern These ladies will meet in the club Burial and funeral services took
Mrs. Lula Hutto, Mrs. E. J. Dowling. -
/ played games, and took pictures. trend is toward making school : house Monday morning at 9 o'clockto place at the Brown family ceme-
: The following new officers were Mrs. Anita Criffia.
SPECIALSMOTHER'S
work a pleasure.In decorate and arrange for the tery Tuesday afternon at 3:30:
served In the
t, Refreshments were elected for the ensuing year: Mra. The guardian will appoint the the new trend of education the meeting. o'clock.
, dining room from an attractively K. G. Duncan, president; Mrs. E. hostesses for the at the next
year teacher Is not a dictator but a
Those from Starke who hold im- Mrs. Brown is survived by her
arranged table, centered by a large M. Davis', secretary; and Mrs. C.F. regular meeting. guide. In conclusion. Simmons
oflfces Mra.
portant are
Flynn, COCOA, 2 Lb
can
birthday cake on which burned< Ward, program leader. Seven applications for member said that the main.
fifteen green tapers. Mrs. Ward presented Mrs. Dun- ship were accepted, and all candi- old and new method is the attitude district past president; Mrs. Maude session will begin at 7:43.: Open-I
can who told about "The MedicineMan" dates of Starke Grove will be received of the teacher. He gave the definItion -I Andreu, district Musician Miss Ing with invocation by the Rev. B. i TOILET TISSUE
Enjoying this party with the Mrs. T. N. Kendrick readan Into the Order at the District for fads and .frills as being Amy Moore, district sentinel; Mrs. M. Montgomery, the following 6 rolls, 1000 sheets ____ 2Sc

bonorees were Misses Mary Lorraine article" entitled "Thank God for Convention to be held at the new things tried but not accepted. Viola Fussell, district reporter.The ; program will be carried out: --

, Stockwell, Margaret Lowry, about Friends, and Mrs.Cotton Davis Plant told club house Tuesday, February 16. Mr. L, A. Gray, principal of the district president asked all Song: America, by assembly; SALAD DRESSING 1
Arkadelphia
" Jean Davis, Betty and Carolyn Academy at Cotton Plant, Arkan- Next regular meeting will be Bradford County High School, Grove officers to be prepared to Pledge to the Flag; Mayor T. F. Quart ______-_______. 2Sc
Green, L'Etta Corpening, Loral sas. held the fourth Tuesday of Feb- gave a brief talk concerning the flU vacancies.The Landrum wll give the welcoming .,
local school. Mr. Gray: agreed with address to the convention. -
t, Bennett, Grace Dew. and Sadie The Bible quiz was conducted by ruary. Tills will be a very important Dr. Simmons' afternoon session will begin ]
ideas and stated that GENUINE G. E.
meeting. Every member is of the charter in -
5 Prince of the State Farm. Mrs. W. A. Bonham. he would like to promptly at 1:45: : o'clock and last Draping mem- LIGHT
urged to attend. The Woodmen have our school inline BULBS __..._ IOC
of deceased members and
,
until 5 o'clock, at which session ory
, During the social hour the hostess with the
new ideas.
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.. --- Circle members will attend servicesat exercises will
junior
' served delicious refreshmentsto all reports will be heard Thirty- graduation '
: STRAWBERRYCUPS her guests. the Christian Church Friday Miss Cleva Carson, also of the five new members will be received follow. CRYSTAL, .

& CRATES .-- night in a body. They will leave Tonge School, with sixteen girls Into the Order, this class Is in hon The meeting win oe open to the BAKING SODA Lb __ .UOC
i from the ball at 7:15.: from the high school glee club, and
of National
Woman's or Assistant Attend- public, and the members of the
Auxiliary MeetingThe ten pupils from the seventh
i Wholesale Price on the 36 pint grade, ant, Miss Myrtle 0, Crump of Woodmen of the World have & spe- Fancy Blue Rose
'. variety of Strawberry Cups and Woman's Auxiliary of St. Lenten Services BeginAt presented an excellent musical pro- Tampa. cial invitation to be present at this RICE, 5 Lbs ________ 22C I:'
L Crates are a. follows: Marks of the Episcopal Church St. Mark's EpiscopalThe gram. Dinner will be at the Magnolia splendid meeting.
I I' Cupa In BOO Cardboard Pack- held its regular business meeting During the business session a

., al'8 @ -____________$5.50 Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat Rev. Mr. Francis B. Wake- nominating committee was appointed Fresh Ground
Crate complete with dl- the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. field, Rector of Holy Trinity by the Prea dent to select WANTEDSTRAWBERRIES COFFEE Lb_________ loC
_________
alders @ 16o each "'
Church Gainesville Florida
will
officers for
! Beasley. Varied colored eweetpeas the year 193738.
All lees 5 dealers discount
% FOR COLD PACK
and a 2% c8llh discount. were used in making the home be the first of the Lenten Preachers Mrs. O. L. Beasley )is chairman of PLOW

more attractive for this meeting.Mrs. for this year tn St. Mark' the nominating committee and she \\IU contract with Growers for all the berries they can harvest LINES, Pr. __________ 25C
J. L. HARRELL J. L. Frazee, president of Church, Starke. He will be heard will be assisted by Mrs. S. L. Peek from their own field. from !May 1st to June 10th 1937. Will payS
t the auxiliary, opened the meeting today (Friday). and Mrs E. L. Matthews.A cents per pound net (Crates & Cups returned) for U S. No. 1

Last year a similar program wall special finance committee was Berries packed loom In 32 quart Hinge Top Crate. Berries to be TALL CREAM
arranged for the six Friday eve- appointed to assist the standing delivered at: Shipping Wharf In Lawtey. Same to be Inspected 3 for _______ iUc
nings during Lent, and proved finance committee to plan for raising and weighed by Federal Inspector or by J. S. Norman T. L.
GOOD SIGNS Walnwright. F. It. Carradlne, C. Whitehead, T. T. Blackburnor
f
to
I helpful all. It is hoped that it funds to match federal fundsIn
J. S. Eunice who will work under the supervision of the Fed- SMALL CREAM t *
{ may be of similar benefit this year. the project of the new elementary eral Inspector. 3 for ________________ 11C
The Rev. Mr. Wakefield is knownto school. This committee is
; SHOW THAT YOU HAVE A PROGRESSIVE If berries pans Inspection the grower will be paid In Cash
of the of Starke
many people composed of the following: Mrs. C. for net pounds at rate of 3 cents per pound.
i l BUSINESS having been In Gainesville for sev- A. Knight, chairman, Mrs. H. V. Tho e wishing to contract to sell their entire crop after Cars
, "J eral years. He has proven himselfa Knight, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. Stop Holing, or from above dates, will please get In touch with New Bulk Garden
FOIl POSTER, PICTORIAL ROAD SIGNS, PRICE TICKETS, good pastor and teacher, and an A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. A. Davis, your choice of above weigher and sign Contracts.

t 1 SHOW C.-\RDS-SEE interesting preacher. He will Mrs. L. F. Chapman of the State Those not contracting will be paid 2 cents per pound If and Seed. See us for
speak after a short devotional ser Farm, Mrs. W. A. Webb of Brooker when we can use them but we are not: binding ourselves to buy
BILL PARKER vice at 7:30: o'clock Friday night, Mrs. J. P. Warren, Mrs. N. D. any berries at all except from those signing contracts. Beans Corn Peas
I 1 and a cordial welcome is extendedto Wainwright, Jr., (Misses Hazel Ad- Contractor will be paid '1.00 In Cash to bind the Contract ,
I 1 Block East Dr. Herlong' Office all to attend. kins. Mlna Manaasa and Rosalind aid $1.00 will be considered as part payment and will be deducted -
Jacobs. from hilt first deliveries. O. J. Phillip at Lawtey will notarize Chufas Peanut Seed,
,
your contract free of cost to you. -

.--- .- --------_ _ -4,_,__ Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee During the social half hour a
Honored At Bridge PartyMr. I salad course with hot tea was Lawtey Loading & Shipping Co., BrokersBy Cobbler and Red

served by the hostesses, who were L. HARRELL, Manager
and Mrs E. L. Matthews entertained Mrs. Morgan Darby, Mrs. H. B. Bliss Potato Seed.
BUYING FOIl JOHN II. DULANY & SON,
SpringtimeREMODEL at 8 o'clock Saturday IcLendon, Mrs. E. S. Matthews,
: evening in their home on JeffersonSt. Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. F. CANNED FOODS
.
with a bridge party given In Chapman, Mrs. p D. Fancher, Mr.. FRUITLAND, MARYLAND
honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Milton John Uglow, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, -
Brownlee whose marriage was an and Mrs. S. L. Peek. - - -
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event of December 26. .
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Narcissi, aweetpeas, spiraea, and Baptist Church Elects S NEW FLA. .

other cut flowers were used In dec- 37c GREEN'SSTORE
Officers? For Year SYRUP.
' orating the home for this occasion. ,. FRESH MULLET
1 ,
,...... *. Scores were kept on tallies of At the annual business meetingof

REPAIR 'if .: Valentine design and at the conclusion the Baptist Church Wednesday FISH 8c
of four progressions of night it was decided to change the I
bridge the holders of high scores date of the annual-meeting from '' YBE.T I

were presented prizes. Miss Rosalind the first; Wednesday, in February
UPCLEAN
PAINT
CASH & CARRY LB. k
Jacobs won high for girls and to the first Wednesday in October.It RICE SIbs 24c :

received a bath powder and crystal was also decided to have a business STARKE, FLA.
set. T. Frank Landrum was meeting every quarter beginning -
UP S given a tie for making high score the second Wednesday in PORK 61


11 for The men.hosts presented Mr. and April Trustees. : A. M. Darby, H. L. COCOA 2 Lbs. lOc BEANS 16-oz. 5c

}? USE THE CREDIT PLANQUIGLEY Mrs. Brownlee with a pewter gravy Brownlee, L. G. Powell, Ray New-

; boat as a memento of this occa- cm, H. C. Wall, Oscar Andreu, P.M. JEWEL
sion. Barefoot. I ROUND STEAK lb. 20c

Guests invited to be with the Treasurer: John II. Powell LARD Lb I2Ihc

hosts and the honor guests were Clerk: S. E. Sparks. FRESH PORKSAUSAGE

" j Misses Mina Manassa, Lucile Mitchell Choir Director: John H. Powell. Lb. 25e
PRINCE ALBERT can lOc __ _
Rosalind Jacobs, Mr. and Pianist: Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs.G. ,

Mrs. George Manaasa, Charles Dar- A. Anderson, Associate BEST WHITEBACON
ii by, T. Frank Landrum, A. E. Wall, Sunday School Officers and PET OR

Jr.ville., and Jack Williams of Jackson- Teacher MILK: tall can 7c Lb. 19c

Supt.: A. J. Thomas
i General Secretary: H. T. Hall CHUCK ROAST OR
and the members voted to have a MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. lOc
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& Jr., Assistant, Juanita Barefoot. STEAK Lb. t2Y2eIi
food sale the Saturday before Eas ,Treasurer: H. Brownlee.. I ____ __

ter. Librarian: P. M. Barefoot. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA
Those present with the hostess Adult Teachers: Mrs. A. M. Dar-
were Mrs. J. L Frazee'Mrs. J. M. by, Mrs. R. A. Thomas,'Rev. C. B. SAUSAGE Lb. 12Mc
I Ii
DAVIS Alvarez Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. Price. Substitutes T Mra. R. L. lie PKO.

: B. C. Prince of the State Farm, Kemp, John H. Powell. j SALT Pkg. __.3cMERITA
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Mrs J. B. Carlisle, Mrs. J. C. Hoover NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c
Mrs.
, Young People Department:
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, Mrs. R. J. Davis, and Mrs OR BELLBREAD
S. E. Sparks, Mr S. E. Sparks.

--- -------------------y Morgan Darby. Intermediate Department: Mrs. I 3 Loaves 25c BEEF
1.' I{ Mrs Warren Perkins Substitutes.
If' Junior Department: Mrs. Carl 10o BOX:

Knight, Mrs. S. L Peek Mrs. C. ASPIRIN Box _3e COUNTRY ROLLRIITTER

l'r'' J A ;J, ; F LOW E R S.it Mr.B. Price Paul Raymond.Mrs. G. W. Alderman, -- - : Lb. 32c


; Fuasell.Primary Miss Department Marble Hemingway.: Mra. B. M. MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c FLORIDA PORK

CHOPS Lb. 18c
Cradle Roll & Beginners: Mrs. i __ _
Paul Raymond, Mrs. T. K. Mc- OUART JAR

. 11'-J' for all occasions Clane.Woman's MIsUonary Union: Mrs.A. PEANUTBUTIER .. 25c ONIONS 4 Ibs. lOc l

M. Darby President, Mrs. W. J. I CHARMER
Epperson, First Vice President; 14-OZ. TOMATO

I' Mrs. H L. Edwards, second vice- I COFFEE, 14-oz. 12'/c/ CATSUP __ _ __ ___ __ lOcKEUXXHVS
1 CICEN'SFlower president; Mrs J. H. Lord, secre-
,
tn tary; Mrs. G. W. Alderman, treasurer I
; YWA, Mrs. H. T. Hall, Jr., NO. :Z CANS--STANDARD PACK CORNFLAKES

Gardens Mrs. T. K McClanej I G. A., Mrs. S. I 3 for 24c

GAINESVILLEMrs.H.C.Ritch:. E. Sparks, Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. TOMATOES can 6/c
R. L. Kemp. Sunbeam, Doris Sll- !
cox, Fannie Silcox.

Baptist Training Union; Mrs. AGENT FOR

M. Fussell, Jr., leader, Mrs. R. B'j
t h Thomas, Int.. Leader, Rev. C. TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
I 1 Price, seniors.

G Starke Kcprrwntatlte<< .____- I i BETTER QUALITY FERTILIZERS

Pensions for widows of the Rev- AT THE LOWEST PRICES-SEE
II ME BEFORE BUYINGA
olutionary War were paid up to I j
1932. - - -
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I.Br.tRY: 12, 19 J7 BRADFORD COUNTY:: TELEGRAPH STAKKK, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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I H 0 V Knight and Mrs Bet ty iml :lliujraii-l t ;Strin; fel- ( RISING \ I J t ihlcHpoonfulH, of sugar
Wcldon were visitors In low of the State farm IIp..ntVed- :Miss Ediit r\vl4., Correspondent 1 teaspoon of salt
: Sunday. nesday and ThurSilTV with their | FAVORITE Knough: flour to make a stiff
aunt and uncle Mr inj Mrs. J. E'I,, Mr and lira Luther Smith of dough.
Bits of
Graves and Frank Aberna- Wilson. Jacksonville spent Sunday with i RECIPESOF Dissolve yeast cake in warm
Graham were attending to Mrs. J. W. Drlggers. | water; add shortening salt and
here Tuesday. Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned home Mm. M. J. Fouls, A. A. and II. : sugar. Then add milk and flour

.Local N the: first of the week after a visit P. Fouts. all of Lakeland spent I, BRADFORD COUNTY I Make out and, let rise and hour.
end Mrs. Roy W. Wallace of in Jacksonville with her son-in-law Tuesday night' with Mr and Mrs. Makes 24 rolls
GIL. were guests of Mrs. and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. 11. II. Lewis. HOUSEWIVES .
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CONCERNING: OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Halle Tuesday. Mendoza. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Hutchi Miss Margaret Hamrick of Jack

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN I son and children spent Sunday with sonville Is the guest of Mrs Sarah
Bryant Beasley was Mrs. L. O. HHzen and little Mr. and l
I I to his bed several days daughter, Minnie Lou, of Brooker, Gum Branch. Here's a recipe for rolls that I'm yer.
IA because of illness were here Thursday visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter of sure you'll like. The mAin reason .
_ Hazen'a slater-ln-law. Mrs. Alvin E. Hellbronn spent Sunday with Mrs. that you'll like them Is that you Mr. and Mrs. Clyatt Lewis and
W. Kenredy -- -
week-end Mr. and Mrs J.
aver Hutto spent the I Lake Geneva were shopping J. 'V. Edwards, Elbert and McKinney.Mr. Bert Shaw. can make them up and put them In two children of Miami were the
.
AdNnta.o Tuesday spent Sunday In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Lewis, Mr. the refrigerator, and keep them guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' un-
'and ,. ; Mrs. C. V. Simpson. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley attended and Mrs. Wilton Conner, Mr. and there for two or three days. Thenwh..n cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A E.
Mrs. D. E. Knight spent the Baptist Planning Board you have unexpected com-
Mrs. J. L. Conner all of Rising McKenney Tuesday;
day in Jacksonville. Miss Dorothy Sapp spent Bill Stringfellow of the In Jacksonville Monday and Tues- I spent Sunday as dinner guests with pany all you have to do is remove ----
week-end in Gainesville wUh Farm was the guest of Mr. day. Mr. Quigley is a member of Mr. and Mrs Felix Sapp of Gum them from the refrigerator and Ol.l JOHN ULRRPft: );.oonOW!
and Mrs. H. V. Knight'spent F. A. Moore. this Board i i bake thl'm0,1 what is nicer than Ile Made. Tht. 'Jae Teat
W. L. Wall Tuesday. Branch. Old John says, "I Imd tn get up I
tutday In Jacksonville. good hot rolls and butter. Here's en 6 Urn. every night This bladder -
Mrs. W. A. Stern and M's.V A. Stewart of Plant City the recipe It was given by Mrs. Irritation paused frequent d.Blr..
T. A. Steele of Gainesville Mrs. Carl Reploglt returned to I vetUlnir nights' burning:, sect
with Edna
spent Tuesday night Miss -
_ McGriff/ of Gainesville was Louise, spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. the week-end as guest of her home In Chicago Ill., Thursday Richard Kldd. h"UP. ffluMtU'ri; out ..
Lewis. acid and
nelsons with llttl green
:\U4Iness! visitor here Monday. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. after a week's visit with her 1 cup of warm water tablota mad from burhti leaven
.--- sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and i Juniper oil tito Just nay Bake)t. toyour
UK: ** Loree Kelly of New River J. F. Kickliter left Sunday and Mrs. John L. Seymour Mrs. W. N. North. i I, l cup of milk 1'1..antd druggist.h. will After refund 4 your dayii the If not I
1i*,''vlsitor to Starke Monday. Sanford where he will stay children arrived Thursday for : GENT A WORD 1 yeast cake mire feel better after. that 'Clunking
I and I vet my regular elect Mitch
some time. visit with John Seymour. Mrs. O. E. Stansbury has invited 2 tablespoonful' of shot tening "H'l Drug Store."You .
end Mrs. J. C. Booker were ---
ff !i
the W. C. T. U. for Its meeting COLUMNFOR
,Itors to Cedar Keys, Sunday. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine and Mrs. Red: Suford and Friday afternoon ...ls week. There I j

!It is visiting her daughter, Gloria, were business was a large attendance last week SALE: Good seed cane. Can Measure
Stockwell left Wednesday E. L. Biggs. in Groveland Wednesday. I and a good meeting enjoyed. I i Prices right. Mathews Dairy. ltp
-a1; brief business trip to Eustis.
Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. 1.. SEEDS---All kinds. Finest quality The Extra yieldIDEL
the
J. Roberts of Lawtey is : rrw
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and
visitors to Knight and reasonable Su-
MrJ. A. F. Sauls waa a visitorGilnesvllle Moseley were of his daughter and son-in- prices.
Wednesday after- yule, Saturday. Miss Loral Bennett spent the week wannee Store. tf
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrew.
end in Monticello as guests of Mrs. I
.
'I
i4 Mrs. Henry Harris, of Knight's brother and sister-in-law FOR RENT: Five room cottage -
and Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent Mr. and Mrs. C. furnished or unfurnished. J. W.
Ind. is the of Mr. and C. Shcpard.
Urn, J. W. Edwards and Joe Ed- guest In Pompano. Mr.
rd spent Tuesday In Jackson- I Fred F. Stump.Mr. Morgan tf
went down on business. ,.,
tell : Mrs. H. L. Brownlee I and little ] wee
WILL PAT CASH-for used pi- rreft&
and Mrs. Sanford Ritch daughter, Madge are in DeLand
A. Z. Adkins attended the anos. Write Lillian's Music
, L. Montague of Lake City son, of Raiford, were visitors of the Circuit Judges in with Mrs. Brownlee's sister, Mrs.J. I Store, 342 W. University Ave..
. afternoon. E. Futch, who Is recovering from
e' business visitor here Wed- Monday Friday and Saturday. Gainesville Fla. tf
'
,dgy. injuries sustained in an automobile ,
Mrs. T. A. Steele of accident. FOR SALE-One million Mission- Bigger, better crop, flitter profit*-.urri..fmfiilgrower

Mr? and Mrs. Glen Wood and was a week-end guest of Mr. Lillian week-end Moseley stay in enjoyed Gaines a ary strawberry plants, $1.25 per .* nay ")'011 ran mennuro the dlfferwica when

M Mary Canova spent Friday inat" Mrs. J. B. Sapp. as guest of Mrs. Dora Beas- Owen W. Griffin formerly of 1,000 at field. M. Rhoden, Starke. you un IDEAL Fertilizers"
I -- Starke and now with the State l-22-8tp You'll get better results In tIe Starke and lnwteyMrtlon

C. A. Houck, of Arsenal In St. Augustine, has just by lifting IDEAL Brand. fort
and Mrs. Titus Olsen and N. J., is spending several weeks I of Miss Lilly McRae will been notified of his promotion from FOR SALE and--world Special beater marlglobe tomato You get more for your money when you tIMe ORAL.

sal fcuby Lilley with their guests the Starke Hotel. to know that ahe is out second lieutenant to first lieuten- I plants. See Bill Long, 403 N.pepper Walnut Fm.tillurmore >kid, moro quality, more profit. .
cjand Mrs. Roy Manura of a following several days ill- ant in the 124 th Infantry.The .
I St., Starke. Itp
Mrs E. E. Canova and
auuds, Ill., visited the Azalea
irdens In Palatka Sunday after. Mary Canova were visiting Woman's Missionary Society -I WANTED TO BUY ,- Hardwood STRAWBERRIES

'ion. Gainesville Sunday. W. M. Wimberly, was in of the Methodist Church will logs: ash, magnolia white bay, TRUCK CROPS
last Wednesday and meet Monday afternoon, February maple poplar, cypress. For prices
Verda Wall of Cosulla FIELD CROPS
I Armeda' 15 etc. write Dixie Lumber Co. P O.
visiting Mrs at three o'clock, at the church.
America is the guest of Mr. Devotional and business meeting.Mr. Box 443 Jacksonville, Fla. 129.4t
Mrs. E. J. Dowling.
I FOR SALE--Seeds: that succeed. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
A Mrs. J. M. Brownie and Mrs. Madge Whigham and and Mrs J. T. Quigley Mrs. Potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and JACKSONVILLE FLA.
E. Brownlee spent Wednesday afternoon Sapp spent the past week- W. N. Johnson, Miss Gladys John- squash, corn, beans, peanuts, peas, e
in Gainesville. in Gainesville.. visiting friends son and Mra. O. E. Stansbury were and peppers. New crop seed and c4 J. H. Wallace, District Rep.
in Green Cove Springs last Friday I prices right, at White's Store.
night to hear Dr. Wm L. Pettin- I l-22-4tp OCALA, FLA.
O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. W. I gill, the noted Bible teacher, speak.A : FULL STOCKS CARRIED HVi
[Studio Uprightsand REAL and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I II I I I LOST Seven head cattle three

[ Grand Pianos spent Sunday afternoon In Church Music Forum will be I I cows and four heifer yearlings. Carl Johns, Starke, Fla.J. .
ESTATE sponsored by the Education Committee |,, Marked with crop underblt In one
,,1 AlsoGUARANTEED of the Woman's Club Thursday j car, two underbtts In other ear S. Norman, Lawtey, Fla.
USED IF YOU WANT TO and Mrs. W. N. North and evening at 7:30: o'clock at the | Branded B bar. Finder please stop G. W. Roberts Fla.
PIANOS BUY SELL OR RENT j and Mrs. J. P. Warren were Methodist Church. Talks will be I i them and notify G. Boyd, Starke Lawtey,

[Price for every Pocketbook SEE US- the Azalea Gardens near given on what constitutes good sacred -, ltp
LILLIAN'S Sunday. music and good hymn playing. i
WILSONREALTY Choirs of the defferent churches I
1'n.. and :Mrs Randolph Boree of
USIC STORE will assist In the program. ATTENTION ..
CO.W.OWERS were here Sunday vis-
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Mrs. G H.
Lowry Chmn.
Opp. Florida TbeatreaAINESVIILLE Mra. Boree's parents, Mr. and ---_----- MR. FOOD BUYER! SHOP AT
: _, G. H. Bennett. I
., "' ,0 .. 0 The following members of the
Business Men's Club of Starke
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'en e silver tea will be given by the were guests of the Gainesville Rotary S. R. JOHNS
AS NEAR TO YOU
: of the Baptist Church Fri- Club at luncheon Tuesday: F. I
AS YOUR TELEPHONE February 19. The place will F. Stump, J. E. Wilson, T. K. Mc-
later. Clane, Jr., and E. L. Matthews.The I
l' )R ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J J Rev. U. M. Montgomery and Phone Free
V Madge Middleton and lit Professor L. A. Gray were also I & SONS
ALL ORDERS FILLEDARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLY I :
the Marjorie week-end in Sue Jacksonville Middleton guests of the club. 4S Delivery
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PROMPTLY --' "- relatives. J. A. Robertson Jacksonvillewas i. Get Quality Foods At Extremely Low Prices
a business visitor here Wed
*RS. L. G. POWELL Starke .
and Mrs. L. A. Canova and I
nesday. ''AMP: S, t"M, J4
Levy Jr., and Mrs G. W. Al

NAT SEZ: tilmm visited Wednesday.the Ravine Gardens New Mr. York and Mrs.City J.have B. Mlxson spent the of RLVE SUGAR HOSE Slbss 2 25c CIGARETTES: 2 Pbl: 2Sc

past two weeks In the Starke Ho
A fool and his. money are soon regular meeting of the Eas- tel. RICE 5lbse 23c
Star will be held Monday : SfRUPCANGal
parted but If heUn't too big a. 40c
February 15 at 7:30 o'clock The
fool be get a little wirer at each Royal service program and I I \I.\O\\"EU.: ; HOUSE
Masonic Halt
business of the
meeting Baptist W LARGE, FANCY
Kilting, and eventually be reaches
v. t the point where nothing lees than Bruce Gamble of Pennsyl- M.next U.Monday will be afternoon held at the at church three I I COFFEE lb. 29cTALI. CELERY Bunch SC

f a stick of dynamite will Jar him who la spending the winter o'clock. Program In charge of Circle ;I

loose from a dime. From new ont Heights, was a busi- No. 2, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, LARGE. FIRM 11I'D8'
, lo your shopping at thin store, our visitor here :Monday. leader. A special ppeaker will be ,
method. will go a long way to- present. A large attendance Is de- :i MILK 3 cans 20c : LETTUCE 2 for ISc
\vitrd restoring. that lot confidence. P. O. Carpenter left today sired.
home In Newton N. C., .
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a three weeks' visit with her In the first ten -.r months of 1933, I MUSTARD Qf. lOc i
POTATOES 33c
Mrs. J. H. Fields. Sweden Imported 7278 passenger 10 Ihs.
care and 147 trucks. j
and Mrs. II. A. Bishop, Miss CATSUP 14-oz. lOc f'\S\', \'JIU.OW
Harriet, Harold, and Nina -I I
l visited the Cypress Gar- PRINCE ALBERT ONIONS 3lbs. l IOc
r r In Winter Haven Sunday. RITZ THEATRESTARKE

TOBACCO Can lUc I \I fJUty A (' ) :
and Mrs. James L. Hare of FRUITS .ANA V GP TABLESOF:
yy't were guests of Mrs.

'j I parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. PROGRAM INSPECT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR WANTS IN MEATS
C Pl Yu Wednesday
I
ear',.aw I Quality Meats-Lowest Prices
TIHKS.-FUI.! FEB. II-n
I
A and Mrs. John Milton Brown-
Bronson were week-end "Adventure InManhattan" \H"7'H ('mCf.E 8
11 ROLL BUTTER Ib 35c

of Mrs.Mr.J.Brownlce's M. Brownlee.parents, Jean Arthur FANCY CREAM PICNIC HAMS lb. 20cCHEESE

Joel MrCreaMATL'IUIAY """N"STEAK
W. H. Nollman, of Sebring,
lb. 23c
NEW FOR SPRING IIAKU.TO BEATLINENS several days here this week : FEB. 13TII Jb. 19c
her mother, Mrs. S. L. Ham- Double Feature
!PRINTED PIQUES and sister, Mrs. W. F. Swln-
BOLOGNA lb.
An unusual wlortIon of IM'auPlain Color and Fancy "Cowboy Star" 12c STEW PORK lb lIe

tlfnl patterns-priced at Pattern. Reasonably Priced Chan. SMrrftt' S\IOKEIJ:
beautiful azalea trees, now -AND- DEPT SIDE

49c Yd. 79c 89c .bloom. E. M., at Davis the ,home are attract of Mr. 'Lady Be Careful"I..ew'1rN SAUSAGE Abe I2c BACON Abe 19c

atttention of all passers-
Carlisle
RICH LOOKING FINE FOIl S'IIOOI-FAST Alary

SILK MATERIALS COLOR PRINTS I H17N..MON., FEB. 14-15 TUXEDO FEEDS
Stockwell, a student at POULTRY FEEDS HORSE FEEDS DAIRY FEEDS
A wide of and than "White Hunter"June j
variety striped The pattern are prettier of Florida, was the
flowered pattern* $1 \alue. ever-3 price range of his uncle ond aunt, Mr. I I Lung Tuxedo 20"4 Lay Mash $3.10; Scratch Feed $2.90

fu. C. L. Stockwell, last I Warner Baxter
89c Yd 13c 17c 23cIT i I Aloo News & Comedy 0I We Pay the following in trade for eggs, per dozen:

Emma Carlton and- her I I i TCKS.-UED. FEB. 16-17 Mixed 20c 24oz. White 24c 22-oz. White 21c

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Miss Wilma Willis, both of''I "Tarzan Escapes"Johnny Market Price on WhiteEggs Are 3 Cents Below Jax Quotations
were week-end guests'' \VHndmullrrMaureen

: .. Carlton's brother and sis-1 I O'Sulllvim \\'e also have strawberry coraa-, peanut seed. Red 1111.s Irish. Potato Seed and a e.tnplete line of
Also I Wilson dt Toomer' Fertilizers _. ...,....
Judge and Mrs. A of Time" at very low prlc "See us for your w.aM buylll&
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XOTII'F7 OP .PIM.1C41IOM \orici5 OF '
r ; i 1 Screw Worm OnIncrease .- 11'1\- -- FUR T4X 1)1.:ED I .... TH"' iVV"lOrnate { | t v
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,If ViiTH'B' IS IIKKEBY O1VEN.TImt :NOTICE- is nrrri, '
= Hayes FiMir: Hhl Smith: holder of11I 1 O. W Hall hold.iNo .."
] --- :, <>f Tax Ortlflonte :No 81, l Is- :593, issued ,th.
ned' the (Ith day Of August A r>. tember, A. D. IH:u.
1 : I FARMERS SECTION J Km, 1' lanuniy/ screw worms were LIVE STATE NEWS run:,: hue: :filed;j same In my office "and my office and hii*
f mOl numerous than for any period : IUIH, wade' applUatlmi for a tux deed fur a tax deed t to i,
., bald certlflcaleawing ,
I few months, i 10 I I.. iNxuptl thereon Said ccrtiflniti -
the past
embraces the following I
tf ) N Conducted by Demonstration A cents according to N.G. Hayed of Brook- I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs s c''II"i ) rd property, In the County of County of Urttrl!. i u i. '.!:.
I
di, to-wit
? This lirulhad. MIa of Florida towlt.Vmtlincst : :
,'r. strew worm supervisor. of Northritrt
: Quarter South Hnlf lu.I, 1
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he attributes in par' to the unusually \oplllell. /Southwest\: Quarter of Sixty Rods. Midi:,"" f
and in to Mtt Quaiter. North of 8 I'' part
warm period .
.l.le ---' -- hirer, "Section 34 Township 7 Ing 20* acre nn,"i.
negligence of stockmen in treat- South 1 Han ireM East containing The
I ; HHseHtnont! <"f 'p,
{, Ing Injured animals. For the first :\I.NIIl1NT: JOBS i 8,000 ELIGIBLE FOR PENSION 5d Acre, more or lean. ty under I the said .
L I The assessment of the said property was In the name "I[ H
Hints To Housewives RURAL week In January 427 cases were TALLAHASSEE O o v e r nor JACKSONVILLE-More: than 8- niiilei. the Maid certificate Issued 1'n less. snld c'emndeemed ..

., SENSE reported In the State. For the sec- Cone estimated today ninetyfiveper 000 persons In Florida had quali- In 11'. was in the name of E. J. Dowl- erty described according, there i?in' ..
COMMON
ond week, 790 cases were reported, at his of- for Old when the .
cent of the callers fied Age pensions Unless said certificate hall be redeemed highest bidder ,u i
Weekly from Home Demonstration and for the third week 979 infestations fice are job seekers "If I could February checks were mailed and according to law, the prop- house. door on the ,in,, \;
SPUDS JOHNSON erty described therein will be Hold the month of March i ithe l' -
.' Sp rlaU.ti TallahaaMW L By were reported. Less than get rid of the Job seekers," he said, Social Welfare officers estimated to the highest bidder at the courthouse 1st day of Marh: i 1. -
8'" ," half the cases occurred In cattle "I could attend to more of the another 1,500 to 2,000 may be add- door on the first :Monday In 1937.Dated. this. 27th il""
which lathe /Cf'I
the month of March 1937.
USES FOR KICK MAINTENANCE OF GOOD and more than one half were found State's business." ed to the lists. Welfare Commissioner Ixt day of March, 1937.Paten (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
It QUALITY! OF TRUCK: IS in injuries of hogs. For last week, Conrad Van Hyning said 8- thin 16th day of January, A. J. THOMAS'
Clerk of ,,
Clrc
i f' With the bumper rice crop this OF CHEAT IMPORTANCE 281 cases occurred in man-made injuries MARRIAGE NO B.\R 254 checks were mailed for FEb-: 1987.(OFFICIAL, SEAL) of Bradford C tut!,.'i;",. ?

BETTE{ year thrifty housewives are lookIng I such as castrations, ear- EUSTIS-It doesn't matter In ruary, against 7,238 for January.EXPENSIVE A, J. THOMAS: 1-9-&t-2-28
of good quality Is ,, marks and brands. In of Clerk of Circuit Court of -
Maintenance navels
sn. about for as many ways as Florida whether or not a teacher Is __. Bradford County Florida. OTICR OF A.PPU4'r'o'
to the "Oriental staffof one of the primary factors in the new-born animals and their moth- 1-22-29-61-2-6-12-19 FOR TAX 1)BRI: ,
possible use married, Colin English state su- PROTECTION
I the Florida truck <( future success of there 293 Infestations
ers were
{ life" The bland rice flavor goes perintendent of instruction NOTICE IS _
public MIAMI Engineer Edmund S. HEREBY r,01\
I 1.\
Whati't\' well with many foods of more pronounced Industry.The Injuries due to hooking, goring, told an audience here. "What we OHDKH OP PIIIIICATIOM. ANnO'rlCH O W. Hall holder of ,itlflcate ,, '
Frledmen estimated It would cost : 1O 'PP.It.THE :
: f I in our and scratches furnished 214 the No. 512, limiud M, "
tag. or x I taste. For example rice truck growing area of want,"' he said, "Is the best teacher. $385,000: to Install a practical metal STATE OF FLORIDA TO: of July A. I). 134. hue. i u,,.,i .
anyway, flsn with is expanding rapidly; in fact cases. Injuries due to the use of my office and has
t I i with curried meat or ; state barrier the 1Iro.ell W Hendrix, Moses W. Hen- mad .q\,, '
money: 1''. braised liver with cheese sauce. It has doubled since 1920. To dis- dogs In handling hogs and also to along thirty-five drickH. Lavinia Hendrlcks, Neil E. : for a tax deed to be ,i 1--,,?.4 II>,,
; miles of Tamiami Trail in Dade Farrell Woolxton Hang-hart Margaret Said certificate embra, !Ih]), .
There'making The white flaky rice ia a pleasing pose of the crops produced on this fighting among hogs amounted to ANOTHER COAT MISSING of barrier be- HanKhart. John W. Strode, Ing described property i n t I
contrast to reds, greens yellows area so' that the grower 145: cases County. Placing a Uertram W. Strode, Edward N. Dlck- ty of Bradford, Stale of Si]. .).
large
W color ST. PETERSBURG-Mrs. Arch tween road and canal that paral- Caroline/ Dlckeraon, wit!
: The prif\ and browns In sauces, vegeta- will receive a reasonable profit Screw worm cases are said to r{ nv.nal dead the unknownhelm I, South three-fnnrthp, .,.r v
r-- Taylor, clubwoman, made an un- lels It was suggested as a safety half of South,! Went QIMIItlon ..,. .,
to 1i;,
texture work It Is necessary legatees, devisees and Brantee -
Ing andproducti' bles and aide dishes. Its from his occur in the peninsular portion of
,. willing donation to flood sufferers. measure by witnesses! testifyinglast .* of each ouch deceased. peraon, eleven' Tnwn-lil'|' f::1,1
carrier for gravies work continuously for a larger the State build Smith Range twent\, '
and IMcontaining
It "
makes a good might up a into AND TO Florida Land & Immigration 'at
1 When the last 150 boxes of relief week at the inquest sixty ace'less. ,: .
foil market. Company of }Florida a foreign "
slble of this destructive
( and etewa.There population pest .
supplies had been packed by a drowning of seventeen bus passengers corporation, AND TO all peraona
fly to H i are a. few rice dishes In There are two means of enlarging for the warmer months. It is very of civic club workers Mrs. having: or claiming any Interest In The assesment. of the '11''",i "P"
I group 1 the following described lands, tow ty under the said eeitlti, ,n''e j
means\ r which the rice is cooked in stockor markets reducing the Important that stockmen use pine Taylor discovered that her coat lt. was In the name ,of I. ,ovi"s,
more cabetter until of products and improvIng tar oil on all injured animals and Unless Bald certlflcati.ill ",. ,
tomato juice price our "
milk
of
In or was missing In which of the 150 SALES LAGGING Lots 1. 2. 8, and 4, and SWti deemed according I to lau
t i. their quality.Of that look for and treat TAG NKM, all 1 In Section 22. Township cherty i I' ]
: the liquid is absorbed or consider- and maintaining they cases boxes it had been packed no one described. therein \\ i| ,,
8 South Range tl Kant, situateIn
and ma and maintaining them TALLAHASSEE-Motor vehicle to the highest bidder M n t, .
ably thickened. Sometimes, as is the two, improving promptly and properly with knew. Bradford County Florida, ]lI., !
house door
the
to mak>! pilau, the rice is first browned in I quality of their products benzol and pine tar oil. A case department officials today reported TAKE NOTICE that a suit has been the month of on March.first 19 n.M I ,whir nd*),

more err, salt pork and then cooked in hot I lave the greatest appeal to grow- prevented at this season of the tag receipts for the year of Instituted In the Circuit Court of the 1st. day of March 11T.
YOUNG TORNADO STRIKES Bradford County Florida, In Chancery Hated thin. 25th day .I. i ,,. (
Too tt- water or meat broth. Chicken jam- ers. To anyone interested in the year may prevent hundreds of 1037 were "slightly off" the sales by the filing of a sworn bill 111 S7. er e
the mat bolaya is a rice dish In which the truck Industry, certainly this would cases. CORTEZ A "baby" tornado during the same period last year.It of complaint by Levey A. Canova, an (OFFICIAL, SEAL
plaintiff against and each of A J. THOMA .
reached down from skies you
too llttl. rice Is cooked In chicken stock with seem the most desirable method. murky was pointed out, however, that. you as defendants, and also agalnet Clerk of Circuit i''',u' ,
to the f. bits of chopped chicken through it. "Before we can insist on shippers SEA ISLAND over Palma Sola Bay last week there was no additional time af- the following other defendants. to- Bradford County FI'rlda
.
wit Anna Lu Cason and her husband 1-29-U-2-28
and with a
culture Creamy baked rice pudding is transportation companies, lusty roar swept forded motorists for the purchaseof H M Canon, Hilton 8 Hampton, t
many ef cooked from the start In milk. But, and other agencies handling our COTTONBy through Cortez. When it had license plates in 1936. On Feb. Florida Power & Light Company, a NOTU'R OP tPPIKAIIQN

concluetfarm for most rice combinations the riceIs products" in the best possible man FRANK A. KENNEDYA passed one building was destroyed 1 sales reached 199,066 tags with S.corporation Vearwood:; F., partners M.; Yvarwood doing. and business W.- (Senate FOR T4t DUI 1'>0.KH:Un): !

si' boiled in water until tender and ner, it will be necessary to learn three badly damaged, about a doz- revenue of $2,809,800.62. Through under the firm name of The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE:
gradual but steady comebackfor Yearwood Naval ,
en more unroofed and a hundred or Store Company" That Mrs. D. E. Turner h Idot
farm or method of 1936, 222,382 were
efficient January tags
moat
In whole flaky grains. Then oth- what is the Sea Island cotton planters of Miriam Mays Lee and her husbandW. Tax Certificate No 402. u,aff2nd. I.
quantityWe er materials. or sauces are mixed of caring for our crops during the north Florida and has so persons were frightened but uninjured sold for $3,039,058.12.DORMITORY K. Lee and The Melrose Manufacturing day of July, A' D 1434 l b,
Georgia Company, a corporation; filed
In
same office
can;, with It or served over It, period of harvesting, packing, and been predicted by Rep. Lex Green, the relief sought In said suit Is the made application my for a tax and deed hu
tory whjprofitab rice transporting: them," Dr. F. S. JamIson : STUDENTS LEAD quieting and confirming of plainLift's be Issued. thereon Paid .cr'lfln
so
The secret of cooking conferences with .
following officialsof LIVES QUIETLY title to above described landsas embraces the following doionl., ,
; that the grains stay whole is to Experiment Station horticul- the department of agriculture In GAINESVILLE-"Dan: Dormito an Indefeasible fee simple title property In the County of
There* ,. ORMOND BEACH-The heavy thereto and the canceling of adverse State of Florida to-wlt Bradlo"l
turist
of water-8 of actively says.Research ry" be the subject of most of
use lots cups Washington.Rep. may muniments of title as A cloud on Lots Five Six, Seven, '
volved' i boiling salted water to one of by the Experiment iron gate at the driveway of JohnD. the student college caricature, but plaintiffs. said. title and the perpetual Block 4. J. O Alvarez 'Jdhl\I\ :. I,
Green said that pure strainsof Rockefeller's enjoining of each of defendants ,
culture estate, The Case- to Starke Section 28 Tnu" I
rice. Boil gently with the pan un- Station and other agencies has seed furnished by the depart- Dean B. Tolbert of the Universityof from asserting. title or right of 6 South Range 22 East .hit i
trol of t covred until the grains are tender thrown a good deal of light on this ment ments, is open and unguarded, but Florida has proof the dormitory possession to any of said lands adverse The assessment of the wad, roll
plus improved methods of few enter there to plaintiff and those claimIng under the said
ruch as '' now. The multi- erty certirf ath'
9 with no hard center when pressed matter. Precooling of beans, peas, boll weevil control were pointing : student is a bright young collegian. through him THIS IS THERE sued was In the name of J. T Rule'
sect pei between the thumb and finger. celery, and other vegetables before I the to millionaire, in his ninety-eighth Completing a study of scholarship FORE TO COMMAND: YOU AND Unless said certificate shall! ''- 't.deem..d i.
-i way a steady rise in production year, Is continuing the strict seclusion EACH OF YOU to appear In said according to law the
Drain In colander or sieve, put shipment has retulted in these pro- over a three-year period Dean Tol- property
", a of the long stapled cotton, cause the same being Case No. 676. described. therein will be sal I
AjFERT' hot water through to separate the ducts retaining most of their he begun in 1934. Those who bert said the students who live in pending In said Court, on Monday to the highest bidder at the cow
though
warned that only a knew him as "Neighbor John" reaped March 1st, A. D. 1937, otherwise. the house door on the first. Mr I "Jdal'> i
and loose starch, sweetness and flavor In transportation dormitories at the of
grains remove steady Increase In plantings overa his wish University allegations of said bill of complaintwill the month of March, 1917. nhl 4 i
cover with a clean cloth and set and until they reach the tableof that he be left alone Florida, whether they be freshmenor be taken as confessed by you. the 1st day of March, 193"Dated .
long period of years would be with this of .'.. ,
ntCR' his household. Witness my hand and the Official 15th. day >n
hot water at back, of stove or the Precooling is an seniors maintained the
over consumer. highest 1987. ,
possible, both from a marketing Seal of said Court, at the County
) :! in a warm oven. The kernels will important phase of handling and standpoint and from the available average of any group of students, Court House In Starke Bradford OFFICIAL SEAL) "
,
}, continue to swell. One of rice, vegetables and more and SKELETONS UNEARTIiEDFERNANDINASeveral an In County Florida this 28th day of A. J. THOMAS, 'J
... t. r cup shipping supply of pure seed. average higher fact than the January A. D. 1937.A. Clerk of Circuit O..uri '' \
uncooked, will yield about three more growers are adopting it. Prior to the boll weevil invasionof skele- entire student body. J. THOMAS. Bradford County Florida

: and one-third cups of boiled rice. Proper grading Is another major 1918-23 which reduced the Sea tons, beads, small belts and a tomahawk -q As Clerk of Circuit Court of 1-22-29-61-2-5-12-19

!: The rice Is now ready to serve factor In maintenance of good Island production from 90,000 balesto dug up by workmen exca- Four regiments and a varying Bradford t County OFFICIAL Florida, SEAL,) A pioneer In the Sunday Schoa:

;. with meat, poultry, gravy, or quality. Poorly graded products less than fifty bales annually, vating for a water main are being number of battalions comprise the I KNIGHT & KNIGHT movement was Sarah Trimmer
sauces, or to put Into soups, stews, studied for their historical signifi- Attorneys for Plaintiff
to the
the
rarely bring good prices planters possessed French (741
prolific markets Foreign Legion. English authoress, born in (
J ; hash, baked dishes, muffins, waffles grower and maximum satisfactionto for the rare cotton. In 1934. cance. It was thought they might l-29-6t-2-26

curries omelets, or other dishes the consumer. Only high quality a start was made to reestablishthe relate to the massacre of 400 In-

Y For rice patties, rice ring, and matured products should be plantings, and by 1936, the dians by an army of South Carolinians
that Invaded Florida 218
shipped. Florida tomatoes are a production rose to 900 bates Rep.
lice croquettes, boll with less water -
good example of Inefficient pick- Green said reliable estimates placed years ago.

drain but do not rinse. ing, grading, and packing. About the 1937 crop at more than 5,000 I

twenty-five percent of our toma- bales or one-half the present world BROOKERMiss

tt An experiment is under way toes that are shipped out never I production. The 1911 crop set the Vera Gainey, Correspondent

near Pleasanton Calif., to deter reach the consumer because they all-time record of 120,000 bales.

mine If flax will grow In the lo- are picked too green and never rip- Rep. Green said the long stapled Mr. and Mrs R. G. Crosby of
en and because many are rendered cotton was used for the manufac- Youkon were visiting friends and ,

cality. worthless in the pressure appliedIn ture of thread for fine lacework, relatives here Sunday. They were A I I1

putting a bulge on the container. fabrics for airplane wing coverings accompanied home by his parents,

ARMOURS BIO CROP and gas bags of lighter than air Mr. and Mrs. "'. A. Crosby, who

FERTILIZERS 4. FERTILIZERMATERIALS Maintenance of quality by proper craft, and for many other special- will spend a few days with them.

{ handling, packing, and shippingIs ized uses. For that reason, there R. B. Raulerson and R. M

1 Big Cash Dlxrount to Indeed of great importance to was a restricted market, and only Gainey motored to Lake Butler

Commission Merchants and the Florida truck grower if he \ the gradual increase In productionwould Saturday afternoon. .
Fanners Associations
i wishes to market his products prof- be profitable to the farmers. Mr. and Mrs Ressie Carlton are I

I J. L. Lawtey IIARRELL., Fla.Agent I itably, particularly in view of the He was certain, however, that the the proud parents of a daughterborn

expanding field of production. market later could absorb with Thursday, Febraury 4. '

profit to the planters, an average H. P. Morgan and G. E. Mc-

I annual production of 100,000 bales. Gauley were transacting businessin

FUNERAL DIRECTOR Gainesville Thursday. I

j LAWTEY SCHOOL John Green of Boon, N, C., spent
My Many .Nn Experience Makes It Pesslble for Me to Render the week-end here as guest of Ev-

EFFICIENT, I'H01\II>T and COURTEOUS SERVICE NEWS erette Galney. 1 -

'j'ji MODERATE PRICES Paul Stewart was a. business visItor e

i i'' DeWITT C. JONES First Grade in Gainesville Saturday. -

Starke Florida We are very sorry to report that Church services were held at the # -e I a rw"i

James Phillips Is out or school be. Baptist Church here by the pastor, '

cause of Illness, but hope he will the Rev. G. E. McGauley, Sunday.
be back those from here who
soon. Among attended -
church services at New :( ,

Fourth Grade Hope Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H.

t Announcement-- Honor Roll: Inez Cutshaw, Clar- P. Galney and daughter, Vera B.
f ice Rosier Audrey Crews. F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha-

-- zen and Mrs. D. W. Hazen.

Sixth Grade!! Mrs. Martha Parker visited her and antilzncczno
mite&fe
Honor Roll: Ollie Taylor, Gwen- brother, Abe Dixon. of St. Augus- ,

dolyn Smith, Coy Rosier, Minnie tine Sunday for the first time in

4t We have the most modern Cold Storage Lee Pringle, Burnell Wllkerson. fifty years. He is about eighty- fte4frAmance of exfoa c&Sf /
Edna Edwards. eight years old and she Is seventyfive. -

io..... What a,happy meeting it I
i; and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- Eighth Grade was!

I We regret very much to lose Mrs. Tom Edwards, Mrs. Eva:

t ar ti t with a modern smoke house in connection. Miss Johnson from our faculty and Harrell, and Mrs. Florence Varna- GASOLINE is the principal cost mileage..CROWN GASOLINE
hope that she will find much hap doe motored to Worthington Mon-
piness in her new work. day. of driving a C1U.. If, by using a saves you money in other ways, too

F 6 4 4a We are pleased to have Mrs. certain type of gasoline, you can se.Starting: instantly, it saves your

NO INCREASE IN PRICES Moore with us as a member of our EVERGREENMrs. cure more miles per gallon, it will battery.. .You'll use the choke less,

faculty Mrs. Moore is the F. mean the end of
taking A. Rosier Correspondent a tidy saving at the too, and waste less gasoline. ..

place of Miss Johnson. year... Cut your driving costs, and TRY IT .Drive into
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Jack your
1 I Betty Phillips, J. S. Rosier
save the difference, by using Standard dealer's I for
Reporter. Dixon were visiting Mr. and a
l 1 i We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday afternoon. CROWN GASOLINE tankful of economical

i Cohen Peele of Cocoa spent sev- Florida's favorite motorCROWN GASOLINE and

WE INVITE YOUR eral days here last week with his fuel. More in ,
i- k : INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE mother, Mrs. Hester Sapp. power every CROWN judge its superior performance
drop assures
you longer for
Miss Louise Roster spent Sun- yourself.
at t CASOLIMi
day afternoon at the State Farm

; ICE & C..d.1 eoub. visiting Miss Pauline friends.Rosier spent Satur-
.
entlo .f lat 9&uck
,Ow ....... ...... day with Misses Jamie and Mildred vVa1e P'

\ \ oars IIIG 1)1.'IDE1IDI. Sapp, near Lawtey. 9nGf6 ll-/ue rI
\
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan and

: COLD STORAGE CO. c children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

,'r, W M, Reddish Sunday afternoon.Mrs .

Leslie McCJellan and chil-

x :' J. L. GEORGE MGR dren spent the week-end with her

mother. Mrs. R. H, Futch near

i )4 :j Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. t f Lawtey. -- i I if

':: Gainesville Florida ( 'I. + t1 French angel fish, one of the ,:

.I most beautiful residents of the

) : deep, can live only a month In cap- I

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,, FEBRUARY 12 1937 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM STARKK. FLORIDA PA E A

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E CHL'RCII DIRECTORY I,, M OASWItCL WAMMETT'S expectedly the front door was \ family tradition. Nick remained "He s with some woman, re I Ii i nOOTSb'F'S BEACH

I II JtfMf ftrTMl( TWH MAN'pct' 'thrown' open and the surprised! with the men to have a smoke plied Selma They sent me a van-
- .T BAPTIST CHURCH II I I couple heard an unearthly din. A'' while all the women filed Into the it\. case once from a Chinese rec. I\I Miss: Effle Crawford, Cor.
I I __ .
E R
"' 6V. C. B. Price, Pastor I TI4F piano was playing discordant jazzA : drawing room. taurnnt one <>f his women I leftit I J A ('he5 er and Wilbur Kin

ay School, 10 o'clock a m., trap drum was accompanying it Selma I sat down nt the \ rune, uml | rhenn wi-rp business vi.iltors to

(homas. :Supt. Voices ,of revelers were raised! in'' began! to play: softly Nora ilii'w a "SiInn.ou, know thai Robert/ I Jiirksonville last Thursday

lng Worship, 11 a m prt-mauu-i'' celebiuttun\ of the holi- cliiir up beside her. worships 1 011." Interposed Aunt I.1 Mr and Mrs W R Kersey Mr

P. U., 7:15p. m. day "What was It you wanted to tell Katharine. "lie wouldn't -" and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough, !Mr! and

Ing Worship 7:30: p. m. Nick and Nora got out. They me ?" she asked. "You know he hates me! cried I Mrs. A. J. Yarbough of Woodlawn

Teachers Meeting Wednes o looked twice to see they had reached Selma hesitated, darted a questioning -I Selma. "He only married me for section and Mrs Harley Keene of

}::45 p. m. i Chapter One aensatton! of wetness along his the right place, then nodded worried glance at her: aunt. my money. He never did love mc. Shamrock spent Sunday with Mr.

-week Prayer service, Weds tight trouser leg He glanced suspiciously vacantly at one another. "Robert has disappeared," she replied -i Sometimes I wish he was dead!" a Mrs. R. N. Crawford and fam

Jay,, 7:30 p. m.Methoom. I Nick Charles made an alarming at Asta, out of the corner "Come in, whoever you are," Nick frowned. ily.

discovery. :jf his! eye (rhen the real explanation cried the tipsy chap who had opened But Aunt Katharine' eyes and "I'm a little confused" he said. Misses Junlta, Geneva and Eva

Church 'I The train was due to arrive In dawned on him. the door. "We're giving a surprise -. ears took In everything. "Do you want him back or don't Milliard and Miss Alma Johns of
San Francisco In( less than fifteen "The top must have come off the i i"Let's '
party for Nick and Nora! "Sclma go on playing! she commanded you?! Woodlawn section Miss! Edna
v, B. It Montgomery, Paatoraday minutes and he had not yet shaved. cocktail shaker," he whispered to "
slip through the kitchen I "Of course she wants him back! Johns of Jacksonville, and Miss
School-10 a. m.rnlng
Hurriedly he whisked out his razor Harold, as he passed over the bag whispered Nick. "We'll do ou'r own Selma half turned. Suddenly she rejoined Aunt Katharine. Selma Ruth Johns of Shamrock were VIS-
Worship-11 a. m.fj I
lathered his face, balanced one he was carrying. "Don t say any- surprising" He took Nora's arm.: smashed both hands down on the began to cry Aunt Katharine: took Mills Effle Crawford here
iting
| >worth League-6:43: p. to.Kvening
7:30 foot against the lurching motion of thing, Mrs. Chailes' new dress Is in Through the hallway and living- keyboard and gave a half-hystert- her arm, to lead her from the Monday.Mr. .
| Worship, : p. m. :
fou are invited: to all these eetv the car. The blade was poised there. room they passed Everyone was cal cry. room, and Nora turned for a final ana Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and

ICb against the most vulnerable por- When he was engaged In detec- too preoccupied to notice fresh ar "I can't!" she called out. She word. children and also Mr. Phillips'
tion of his throat when the stateroom tive work In former days. Nick rivals. Here there ; "Don't darling she said.
was a body, a rose to her feet. "What" are you worry mother, all of Jacksonville spent
Prf'8b'UorlalChurch door was suddenly thrown knew every racketeer and confidence body, here a glass (there a glass. trying to do torture me?" I "I'll be all right. Nick will find the week-end here with Mrs Phil-

r |Rev. George H. Lowry, Pastor open. lIe fell back against the man in San Francisco. The "Any way to get some dinner?" She hurried from the room. him." lip Sullivan's mother, Mrs Jean
v wall. By good luck rather than first of these holdovers from the asked Nick of Rose the cook,
[Sunday Services: Nora, alarmed and indignant turn- When Nick found hlrtself alone Cask Ins.

or 10:00: a ra. Sabbath School. manual dexterity he escaped carving old era a man of slight figure and hoseface lighted up when she saw ed to face Aunt Katharine. with his wife he looked at her suspiciously. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Starling and

[11:00 a, m. Morning Worship. his neck open. bent head almost bumped into them. I "What" Is happening?" she cried. baby of near Lawtey spent the

|4:30: ( p. m. Young People's Vesper "Nlcklc! Nlckie! Where are Nora as she was trying to guide I "Your Aunt Katharine: expects "Get Nicholas," returned Aunt. "Didn't I tell you I'd retired?" he week-end here with her parents,

; Service. you ?" called out Nora, burstingInto Asta off the platform you Miss Nora" said Rose "You Katharine tersely. asked Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn.11dMPTON .

Sermonette by Pastor the compartment from the "He'.lo! Fingers greeted Nick too, Mr Charles. _
j When Nora opened the dining- "But this Is different she said. '
[Midweek: Service: shower, clad in negligee. cordially. "What!" cried Nick He knew
room door she found Nick enjoying "This Is for Selma."
|730; p. m. Mission Study When Nick pulled himself out The other man turned In sur pompous Aunt Katharine Forrest i himself hugely Every male mem- "There are enough detectives in WU Ada 1\1.... C.rr.,...>.t
from behind the door, his eyes fix- Just then the 'phone It wan
I I
8:30 m. Prayer Service rang.
p. prise. ber of the Forrest tribe was alseep- this town-" began Nick. HyGUY;;; of New
Fred and
ar _ ed In a rather glassy stare as he Selma Landis, Nora's cousin who
"HI, Nick he replied, "how are waistcoats unbuttoned to allow for
"
"Not as good. said Nora York are visiting their parents
I Rosewood Baptist Church thought of what might have happened lived with Miss .Forrest. you
his wife turned you? better digestion. As Nick pretended sweetly "Besides, it 11 get you the Rev. and Mrs. James Guy
a1 to him ex But Selma's voice was strained!
Rev. L. O. Pastor "
[ Hemingway.
iii citedly. "All right said Nick "How'sbusiness and to take part In a mock conversation In right with the family." The Rev. A. J. Turner will
Services Bibl'tidy tense.
Sunday <
J every ? resounding snores Issued
at the Church next
preach Baptist
10:13 a. m. Services at 3:3( "What on earth are you tryingto "01\. I quit that racket," answered "Nora," she said, "I wanted to back and! borth across the table. "That's just what I'm afraid of Sunday morning and evening
clock in afternoon do?" she cried.It be returned Nick. He took her arm. <:
I sure you'd come tonight.
v Fingers. Some-I Nora took his arm and they tiptoed Verda Wall of Pompano Is vis
I As the made their to
) couple
was hardly necessary to answer Suddenly Nora gave a cry and thing terrible has happened I'm''I back across the hall. way lUng his cousin this week
the front door found a wouldbe -
BCTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH they
this question. In fact It was pulled Nick's arm In excitement. desperate. I can't say anything "Do you know why Robert was Mr and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of
llev. L. A. Donnley, Pastor more dignified to Ignore tt. As "My purse." she cried "It's more now but you've got to come!" n't here tonight?" she whispered. visitor In the act of being barred Raiford were the guests of Mr. ;I
from the house the butler. lie
by
r Services every first !Sunday.! Nick decided to put away his shaving gone! "Because he's smarter than I I Wiggins' mother, and Mrs. Emma
was David Graham, a good-looking(
Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. utensils until he was standing "Oh that's a shame" replied Chapter Two am," replied Nick Lamoreaux

Bible Study and Prayer Services i on a firmer foundation, Nora open. Nick in apparent unconcern. "No" said Nora. "This Is seri young chap whom Nick and Nora Mrs. Beadle Andrew returned to

every Saturday nl&ht.have ed her hat box. She gave a cry of 'Noia, I want you 10 meet Fin A private visit with Selma. was ous. He s disappeared." knew as a former suitor of Selma. her home at Leesburg this week

dismay when she saw, Asta her gers. Fingers my wife.:' one thing and a forboding family Selma had been brought by Aunt "You seem to be about is welcome after a visit here with her father

fist. Mark's Episcopal Church pet terrier, perched inside. Res- Fingers gave an embarrassed dinner with Aunt Katharine For- Katherine: into the library, Nick as I am, said Nick, and mother, Mr. and Mrs. T M

t, Morning prayer and Sermon 01tk o __ ____ -- -_._-_._ -- ... I rest was another. But there wouldbe Hagnn

[ second and fourth Sundays aIV no way of taking the first and I UorilenVeost of Miami who Is

s a., m. Holy Communion Saints -r a+o, skipping the second. Aunt Katharine i---: [ I A I an employee of the Miami Memor-

|pays at 10 a, m. Litany and choir I expected them Selma admit ,,7r oil 1 hospital visited l his mother

VI I practice every Friday night at 7:30: ( I ti. d thai and she was a person O Mrs! 'T V Drown.I .

I. Wai I that nobody said "No" to. even on I ...__ __._ _
I
k telephone lJO,1TDJ.AIN

: "I'm sorry, Nickle." murmured I lire /. /. iriniH, Correspondent,

Nora catching the dejected look ,on .

BOB JONES her husband's face \VP'Vt. gut. to Miss Ruth !Moiri-ll uf Incksonvllle .: .

do It If Selma In trouble tli wax visiting her sister Mrs.

Comments On Here Nick silently helped himselt to 1\ Willie Green, over the week-end.

Jr I double-sized, portion of whiskey devoid Arch Prevail of New Smyrnawas
And Hereafter
of soda visiting his family here Sun-
rat I
F o 'Give me one too," said Nora tiny

'" : tried to be honest and fair ". A rwarm of p hmog' Aunt Katharine: stern, straight., Mrs.\ 1 Ida Chase was the week.
'" I
F ;: rapperJ and stews. fox-eyed and carrying a gnarled li end guest of Mrs. Z Z Grlffls
'
5 my dealings with my fellow men met the Trait I cane was the chief spokesman of Mr. and Mrs W E Green AlBert -
Ir- JzI,In. I am not boasting about it, .i conliruntalLimittJ.
e' the Foriest family dynasty But Griff and Ruth Morrell of
I:but I believe as a whole- -all things A famous detectivedidn't
arrive. I she was by no means the senior t "If.1I poitlron. Jacksonville were visiting In Lake
[Considered I have a moral record vry
'" day? pillar. That distinction went to ony private durua Butler and the State Farm Sunday.
that is as good as that
fully dons until
M' after
I r Aunt Lucy who was going on Mrs. Ida ChaRe and Mrs Z. Z.
-ot the average man. Of course ]I
Grlffls were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
eighty-four. She was mustered out
'
[Rave done wrong. I have sinned as "T -. T -_T" Aunt liatherim.
I for the dinner. So was Katherine's t l Pete Grlffls Sunday.
fall other have sinned But 1 I
men I cuing her hat and seizing her street brother, the General, shiny-headed, I I Charles Priest was visiting Mr.
have tried to be faithful to re-
.. my clothing, she dashed back to the and and Mrs. Ellie Sullivan Sunday,
I
bushy-browed eighty. Present the and facedI I
olUlbl1ltles! and to my duties. I] i( stepped across room It doesn't matter, said David
bathroom to dross to Nick again Mlllfora Griffin 11,1"
d' too wall vllllting
were seven other Forrests all
m i saying this not to boast, but to "Pack these, will Nlckie ?' "What'll I do? she asked, look- I her going down the steps with them. Sun.day. .
's you I ranging in from fifty-odcj to sister, Mrs. Russell Itornsby
age "How has Robert been
'fay a predicate for the statement ]I love He hesitated. "Did you see Selma !-
"I know I had It
called Nora as her filmy night- Ing about wildly. r .
I low make. I never have felt that Seventy-odd: all ultrarespectable.There gone?" he aSked.. ?" "," ,.

U could tand In the presence of an gown and negligee came flying with me. were Burton and Charlotte, I "Three days," answered::! the girl. ..--
"Yes Nora. She Isn'tvery
through the half-opened doorway. "It U turn up, said Nick, look- replied
infinitely: holy God on record. William and Helen, Lucius and "Three without word"
a "
my days ;
well.I! ENERGY and \
"Delighted, answered her hus Ing at his old acquaintance mean-
[:ft Jesus Christ did not die on the Emily, an dHattle ,a spinster of "Have you notified the police? "
"
band. He bent over a cocktail Ingly. "Won't It, Fingers? "How cout.lllhel be ?" David flung a-RESIST ANcE'
i<$ross for me, I am In a bad fix. If sixty-five equipped with an audo- questioned Nick."Certainly .
shaker, still three-quarters fuil. "I "I certainly hope so, stammered phone that looked like I out. "tdvlng with those '
f had to stand today in the presince a portable not!" put In Aunt crazy.-- FRS YOUR FOOBWITHOUT
hate to leave this, he murmured."Oh Fingers. He shook hands with radio set. He caught himself." "I'm ,
of God and He asked me what | Katharine, frowning at his blunt- sorry
don't leave anything replied Nick then patted the side of his Nora but It's nut only the familynow. GAS OR BLOAT
|1 had to say for myself I would All of them were appalled and neKS.I .
Nora from within. coat. "Glad I met you, Nick., There's a Dr. Irummer. -
Answer, "Just .a sinner saved by all of them Bald so, when Aunt I I "Oh echoed Selma Incoherent
no. an flan cno .V-O-MEn-Th.
With a sly emile Nick wrappedthe Goodbye, Mrs. Charles. Some nut' psychologist who sits by only
race trusting the vicarious sub- Katharine announced that Nick m.dloln. oontalnlnv th. "7 Ilcrba of
"' II strain In her voice. "Rob-
cocktail shaker in one of "What are we going to do? I the hour and asks her about her H. lth." Quickly aU [tltutlonal, blood atonement made I Nora's drensei that was hanging {I cried out Nora, as Fingers quickly would soon be over. The fact that l I I ert may be kidnaped! He may belying I dreams" Ton. bl dil.r. Imrlicariit la.raalon
"y Jesus Christ on Calvary's he had married Into the family dead somewhere. But wemusn't action 0ar.ly tlmulnt*,
on the wall, tucking the package o vanished from sight. "How couldI purity Inn liver bile.
I I r.II."lntr Con-
him license I They had reached Nick's car at
boss. The blessed to
most thought gave no parade that
| In her satchel. do anything to get our precious tlpBtlon, Sour Stomach Indlautlon9lilolian..i
;hat ever came to me is this: Je- away possibly-- fact publicly. name in the papers." the curb. Nora proffered an Invi- iCio.. Arl '
"Come, come answered N'ck other .
'!/ius Christ died for Take the tation to the stranded young man ilokdnlnw ymptoinIlloil
me. A swarm of photographers and "You mustn't embarrass him." "You said yourself you'd never I "She's exaggerated the whole af 'l Mood of Christ of the Bible and have him over here I to join them In celebrating New Into mora i I newsmen met the Transcontinental "What? cried Nora catchingthe complainedthe fair, said Aunt Katharine firmly. I Year's.. lie thanked her but de- At tb- putt* thuf mton your nnwar.Clt .
you will take hope out of the I! Limited. They all seemed to have drift of things. "You don't General I II I To please her I thought you might clined and fine leaned over towardthe H.. Cro.. M.O-Wr' Sally,
hearts of honest know
men who '
one deadly! purpose In mind, to I mean he"He's -" "I have a very good reason this I just Investigate a bit. With your chauffeur. --- _.. -- .

hey have sin in their past lives i hold up the Charleses and get a I I a purse snatcher." nodded time," rejoined Aunt Katharine experience as a ." "
I "The Lichee. she said "The
I good story. A famous detective Nick. "But we must think of his with a cryptic tightening of thin She could not bring herself to Chinese night club"

Jesus Christ according to the didn't arrive every day. I feelings' He produced the miss- lips. "Sh-h! They're at the door." pronounce the word "detective." THROAT SORE

|Bible Is the Christian's advocate.He Nick came! down the steps and ing pocketbook from his overcoat Since Nick was equally Impervious Nick smiled wryly and turned I "Now see here warned Nick, as

Is the' attorney whom we as halted before the Journalistic bar and handed It over. to having a fuss made over again to Selma he got on. "I'm not looking for
"
|Christians have retained to represent rier. Nora had Asta on the leash. "You do know the nicest peo him or being totally Ignored It did I "Have you any Idea where he I Robert. with COLD ?

us at the court of the sky. I Detecting native orders that had ple!" aid Nora cuttingly, but witha not disturb him to receive a mass I might be *" he nsked.STORSTMClf. I (To be continued)

Sit so happens that He Is the only .i been missing for a long time. Asta disarming smile. of Icy looks from ancient and the'' --- .- .. ...- ----. ----

lawyer who has any Influence at gave a prodlgous bound. Nora was Caesar's return to Rome could medium-aged members of the For- TRAIN S'IIEDUI.E

[ the heavenly bar. His plea Is ir- carried along, across the whole hardly have been more of a tri- fest family. Our schedule changes December

i rlsistVble! because It is Just? He length of the platform. One of I the umphant procession than Nick's "Poor Nora Is so brace." remarked 10, and trains will runs as follows.

I never denies His client's guilt. He : cameramen made a vain effort to ride down Market Street. Boot- Charlotte, In a stage whisper !Southbound .

| says "Guilty and yet not guilty. I| snap her."Going. I I blacks, newsboys, beer truck drivers that: was entirely audible to Nick. ton't scratch! Use RYKO,the new and No. -Due Starke 11:31: P.M r
'iQuick
Yes, he sinned. He broke the I to keep on with the del crooks and cops turned to When. everyone had got through peasant remedy that gives prompt No. IV .-Due Starke 4:93: P.M tL

law, but Justice has been satisfied.I l tecive work ?" asked one of the re- wave to him. Everybody had a kissing Nora and giving jerky (chef Cables from Itch the Toe Itching Itch, thlete's torment Foot of No. 107-.Due Starke 9CO: ; AM.

went to the cross and bore his i porters. A-ord. When he stopped at a busy turtle-headed nods to Nick, the flngworm. EcZema and other para- No 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M.

sin In my body on a tree. I paid the "No, I've retired, answered ntersectlon a crowd assembledthat dinner signal I sounded. And sinceIt tic skin Irritations. Ask your drug. Northbound

debt and I hold In my hand the Nick "Just going to take care of for the moment tied up traffic was no inconsistent with the Ut for RYKO today, and If nob No 2--Due Starke 0:05: A.M.

pardon purchased with my blood." I my wife's money so I'll have some- The nearest police officer hurried Forrest dignity to maintain a vora- rfunded ulckly: relieved by Ryko your Products money, Atlanta will be No 1ft) -Due Starke 11:24: A.M.

God, the Infinite just Judge, thing In my old age." over wrath on his face. ThenIt -lous appetite, that was a welcome (la. Write for Free Sample. No. 103-Due Starke 0:33: P.M.

who does not will the death of any I "Say, you said you'd retired be- was replaced by a broad beam. Starke and Wannoe Branch

man but would rather all would fore" gibed one of the station "Well Nick how are you?" he 0! note.Nora's only thought, since nhe { ItVKO sold In Starke By Vo 101-Leaves Starke 7:00' : A. AtVo. /

turn to Him and live gladly accepts scribes. "I notice you took that cried out."Fine entered the house had been for Brown's Pharmacy and good; drugstores 102-Arrives Starke 1:30: f. M

what Jesus Christ did for the Thin Man case In New York." said the returning voy- Selma Now just a* the group prepared Daily except Sundays.

sinner and God sets the sinner free "Yeah, an' It was a beaut!" putIn ager. "I'll be down to see you to- edge for the dining-room, 'I everywhere. T. J. GRIFFIN. Gargle with Genuine

Jesus Christ paid the debt In full another reporter. "They're still morrow." Selma appeared. Her features de-

on the cross. It was not a partial talking about It here.:' When the car was going up one dplte her happiness at seeing Nora i Bayer Aspirin

payment. It was a complete pay- I "Dig us up another Thin Man, of the steep hills of the Bay City : looked drawn. She was plainly not'' Beware The CoughFrom

m l1t. The old account was settled will you, Nick?" begged a burly it passed on old-fashioned limousine -! herself. The sharp commanding Pot the most amazing relief from tan
sedate glances that Aunt Katharine threw throat due to colds, do this: Crush
long ago. 1 photographer. occupied by a couple. i \ and dissolve three Bayer
I "No more," smiled Nick, shaking They smiled and bowed to Nora. at her only complicated the mys-1 I a common cold Aspirin tablets in H genuine glass of water

NOTICE his head "I took that case just to "Who were they?" asked Nick tery. Then gargle with this, holding the

I please my wife" "You wouldn't know them,' returned "Thank heaven you came," head well back. This puts the soothing

I will be at the following named I "Your wife?" called out several Nora. "They're respectable. pered Selma. WhIS-1 That Hangs On j analgesic medicine of genuine

places on the days and dates stated simultaneously, staring at Nora. ." "What's the trouble ?" Bayer Aspirin in direct contact with

I "Yes," said Nick. "She wanted As they approached their home Nora. the sore imtatetJ membranes of you
herein for the of re- I the
purpose No matter how many medicines heal the Irritated tissues as
ceiving tax returns, also applications I some excitement". In St. Francis Wood, Nick suddenly Aunt Katharine stepped over you have tried for your cough cheat germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and eased throat.almost Thus instantly rawness and and pain have art

for homestead tax exemp- "I guess you got It" rejoined a sat bolt upright."I and put a firm hand on Selma's cold or bronchial irritation, you can expelled. Druggists also know the wonderful comfort. You'll you it's the
tions reporter, looking at Nora. almost forgot," he said.: "You shoulder. get relief now with Creomulslon. effectiveness of Beechwood Creosote say
: I "It was wonderful sighed Nora know what day it Is ? "We'll postpone any private dli- Creomulalon not only contains the and they rank Creomulslon most throat marvelous way found.to relieve And a sort
Lawtey Monday Feb. 13. soothing elements common to many for coughs because get a you ever youi
top you
Graham Tuesday A M. Feb. IS. "Two men tried to kill him!" "Of course," smiled Nora. "New cusslona until after dinner, she remedies; such as Syrup of White real dose of Creosote in Creomul- doctor, we are sure, will approve it.

I Turning, she became conscious of Year's Eve." ordered. Pine Compound with Tar, fluid extract slon emulsified so that it is palatable Get the real BAYER Aspirin at year
Brooker P. ),1, Feb. 16. ,
Tuesday,
ideas "Wheres husband', Nick. of licorice Root fluid extractof druggist's by uniting for it by its full
the quizzical expression on Nick's "I suppose you've got your digestible and potent for going -
A M. Wild Cherry and Menthol but
Hampton, Wednesday, ,
asked Selma, as the latter turned seat of the trouble.. name -not by the name "aspirin'alone.
Feb. 17.Theressa features and added: mid Nick, his voice sinking. also has fluid extract of Ipecac for to the very "
I "But he s not going to take any "Very definite ideas," answered toward the diningroom.Selma Its powerful phlegm loosening Creomulslon is guaranteed salts- i .

Wednesday P. M., Feb. more cases" Nora, with a malicious twinkle. hesitated. She cast a effect, fluid extract of Cascara for factory in the treatment of coughs,
17. Its mild laxative effect and most chest colds and bronchial irritations
I Harold, the homecomers' heavyset he paused a moment. "I want to quick confused: look at Nick then Important of all, Beechwood Creosote and especially those stubbornones

New River, Friday A. M. Feb. 19. I chauffeur a former champion! ock the doors and plug the bells at Nora. Aunt Katharine intervened Is perfectly blended with all that start with a common cold

Please! arrange to see me eitherat I prizefighter, brushed his way :and cut off the telephone and crawl of these to reach the source of the and hang on for dreadful days and
one of above named places or through the crowd. Into bed for a month." I "Robert telephoned that he was trouble from the Inside. Creomul- nights thereafter. Even U other
and remedies have failed druggist
lion can be taken frequently your
In Tax Asaesors office in CourtHouse "Welcome home:, Mrs. Charles "You're woman after my own I unavoidably detailed," she said in continuously: by adults and children is authorized to guarantee Creomul-

before April 1st.Respectfully he said, grinning broadly. Then he heart," cried Nick happily. Iwon't a cold, emotionless voice. with remarkable) results lion and to refund every cent of your '
Dinner from the Thousands of doctors use Creo- money if you are not satisfied with ,a, ''fXMADOZCM / I ,
extended a hand to her husband. be awake at midnight so I was a success,
their families M results from the very first bottle, '
mulalon In own I f'V&.L tboasrt role ZIo
E. W Hayes. "Hi' yet Nick" he said. happy New Year! standpoint of food consumption If well M In their practice: knowing Don't worry through another sleepless I
Tax Assessor. For several momenta Nick had He bent to kiss her as the car I not that of conversation. When the bow Creomulslon aids nature to night-phone or go get a bottle Virtually Ic a Tablet

2-5-2tp Bradford County. been conscious. of an uncomfortable topped before the dwelling. Un : meal was over In accordance with soothe the inflamed membrane and of Creomulalon right now' (Adv. -










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L AWT BY Last Teachers Meeting ale on Mondi MH
land.rlo-w/t. :
b Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I 4 acres in SEW: .of SE% et 8.c. Notice la hereby given that In fen-I' following: prrullssford ; .
; O. J. PMIIIn. Corre.e.nle.t The Bradford County Teachers 19. Twp. 6 S., n. 21 E;? boundedon cordanre with the final decree County Fiord"
I Association will meet for the last North by Field place on dered by the Court In that certain SBVi 'of NEV4: of
To Use Surplus; Berrle Went by land of J N. Jones on .aUHe( pend'nff In the Circuit Court 6 M. R 21 K, ray". .
181; I time this school year at the schoolhouse Houlh by railroad and on Ka.t nf Bradford County Florida In rights i : memhei, ,
PACE!: I Local/ growers look with much here Friday afternoon February by VS'ontmorfland St., altuat InMlark. Chancery, wherein Federal Farm and kppurtonai. ..
favor upon the possibilities of ob- .'. Bradford County Florida Mortgage Corporation IH plaintiffand longingIn. Id i iIng
fvtEMBEf. c= r ft I 12Damascus. W S. "Slblev' et al are defendants -
i taining a market here for the pack- --. MARCUS F DROWN ) case No 643 the undersigned 12. K. PEiu' i: \
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION ing of strawberries after shipments A* Sprclat. Master! In Chancery. Special Master by said decree appointed Its I Ip..lal M iKNIUHT ,
{ to the northern it thought to be the KNIGHT & KNK1IITttorneyn will Hell I to the highest" bidder & KSI..II I
V have stopped oldest In the world. '\ for Plaintiff. for cash at the' South front doorof AU"'n.i ., for I'Iaia,,,
markets officials of the cold pack city J-13-.11-5 29 the County Court House In Starke J-U-at-2-28

rr i concern with E N. N'x' Industrial rl.FHK'd REPORT .
agent' for the Seaboard Air Line, trke., !"Ia.. Jan. .11, 1917
and Entered as Second Class Stark. Fla, DPP Hint, 19.11n f LOct IDAf
discussed
Published Weekly on Fridays were here Tuesday and port of the Clerk of the Circuit

f' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida with local growers and shippersand Pnnrt Florida In on and ccnnnt for Bradford of taxes County a..eu-

are ready to sign contracts i>d for the year 1935.

c L E. I.. Matthews --- -_'. ---_.- -- __.____ Editor and Owner with interested growers. This looks C. A..Tax KNKiHT: Collector.,
for the strawberry ..
: like a good thing Ill* 1INSr'1'U'fWN\
growers who have to depend County Proper Or .. -,,..%.
RATEYearly To Flalancp dun __ 4.6fl!n 87
SUBSCRIPTION upon local truckers to handle their fly amount collected .- 879 36To ucA lor" i IN :;t-C2.IC'; ;;*- /

$1.50; Six :Months, 73c-Payable in Advance crop after the cars stop and as IJulanr-R Fin.due. A: Forfeiture_ 4290.31 '
local buyers can only handle a limIted 'I 1'.. rtnlnnc-n due __ U.1Gl.12 gr ;
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:' Advertising; Rates on Application amount It looks like this will Hv amount _.
6 To Dalance due 1.1\08.88\
a; be a life-saver for the grower. County Head and UrlilK. c/ti) t @J
t I : Tv Rnliince. due n ._ 5,83710 ,
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CHANGES IN NATIONAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT Land Mark Removed By amount collected. 474.22 9tAr'. '. ,
To Jlalanee due .____ 636288 A-r +W\ti\
At a recent meeting of the Council <'tuiatr School rirneral
? BETTKJen\ President Roosevelt and Governor Cone are giving politicians To Ralanre due 5,83710 ,
the Old
of the City of Lawtey fly amount coils| < n-d 474 22 lip
and those interested in politics, plenty to talk about instate Hitching Shed that was erected for To Balance due' 5,36288, ,

and national affairs. the use of farmers, who came to Ti Hii In'lie."(duo ounlr_ foil_ 28100 ,
town in the horse and buggy daysof I fly ninruint rollect.tid. _. 300
What i ii ? Both men have important reforms that they are anxious- To J.tiilnnr due .. 27800 3 3S
several was ordered f
? years ago Total
i Ing. or > ly and sincerely interested to see realized in their respective removed from the City Park and I To Pn Inure...Siib-Xrhool di. |e .Regular._... 6,749,11 4s. y I
f anyway ; Hy nmnunt collected ____ 1 M1
u
f money? spheres of government. all material of any use will be used ,' To nalnnie due ,471.061 S 4 1 :

There I4+ The President this week in a totally unexpected stroke In repairing the bridges on the I'I To Balance Total Sub-School due ___ _Bonded_. 5,62448 ..
to city streets. I fnmnunt! cnllacled ______ 43731 I a 8484'
making sent to Congress a message and a bill empowering him appoint To Balance <1u.- 5.387.18Agricultural

The prli1 an additional Supreme Court justice for every justice Kulna Hold Bark Berrlea To Balance. du. ?__ 291 84 fI 8/a .
ing and and Continued rain and cool weatherIs Fly amount collected 21.71 ag s h.f
product! now on the bench who is over the age of seventy years To Balance due' -_ __ 268,13 l
I continuing to hold back the Wid.....'. Pension t
Itole toii six months. movement of strawberries from Tn rtalanrn due __ 211.86

to I It is generally believed that Congress will pass the bill, here and only about an average of Tu Fly amount rial an re, collected duo ._ '- __ 268 23 71 14
means n. the 100 crates day have been moving Read Bond Iteffund.
and cries of "stacking per
but it provoked a storm of protest Tn Flalance duo 11,213.78
better 1. until Tuesday when a truck By" amount collected __ ___ 867.00!!
court" from the opposition. containing 8,544 pints was startedto To Elalance due ____ 484676

,, and makemore ma: Roosevelt defended hi. request by stating that justices the New York market beriues RunS a *Ntnklnc: Bridge Fund Intereat .... ...+ T6t'rr'
to I of about the amount To Balance due ,. 8.481.(8 .A1b
en Are privileged to retire at seventy on full pay but many same being car By" amount collected _u NONE
f where they hinder the ried to nearby markets by local To Balance due. .__ ._ 8.481.48
Too if them choose to remain on the bench

the mat; not being able to do their full share. He truck owners. An express car was NOTICE Of APPI.ICTIOV ... M; J'I! j) j)
work of the court by ordered for loading but at this FOR rr'x; DEED ,.. .., .
too mtr I. asked that he be allowed I to appoint a new justice for everyone i time it does not look as if it will 4<<..ennte Bill '8.,. IIL'U -- '_N- .' WJVi/CYW
fj NOTICE IS nEJU nY GIVES That
to the be used account of the rainsof A'I.:476,2 GAIf;1"/5J.f
on
Nathan
j, culture who refuses to retire when able to do so. Thus if all justicesretired I Tuesday and Wednesday.Break Tax Certificate Starling No hnMor 209, of\issued l-l the of .. .... ,, V' y- a--.b, rGPUtW4L SAGGLJ

many e< at the proper time, there would be no increase in the 5th day of Auguxt, A. D 1929! nan ... .:..,. :',1.-- HO PIY
,
flied _
name In my office and hA. .. .._ ....
COllclusi I size of the court. Into School House made application for A tax deed to -- -- -. :./
farm BI' lie Issued] thereon. Raid certificate '" : .
We believe that the President's point is well taken. Conditions Pilferers broke into the school embraces. the following described 'i'r"-;... ; ;

farm quantity or I' in this country are changing rapidly-too rapidly perhaps some house time here and Monday did after considerable school Htnte property Lot> of Thirty-mi Ploriila.In the: County t(m-:)>It Section of: Bradford.' 18 ,,, .M ::;:; ,ii'4-r. ,y.1 ',,M, ra9'v', .v 2A,c ll -;a,.

We tory can whprofitab; for the nine men who comprise the Supreme Court and damage to the building and equip- IlRHt TownHhlp containing 5 South 10 acre ttanire more 22 or :

who hold office for life, to keep apace unless they are exceptionally ment, Sheriff Andreu of Starke The I lffN, .. .. .
BHueanment nf the said prol'orly -
There!* liberal minded and open to conviction. has arrested two youths for the act under thiv. pnld certlflrat IHNtied M .t
and will have them fingerprintedIn wan In the name of T. II lrrLeMh ,.. _
volved The overwhelming victory of Mr. Roosevelt at the pollsClllture' Hamlivt'nlena. a
an effort to stop this practice. ald certificate shell be redpHmprl -
this fall demonstrated beyond a doubt that the Americanpeople I 1 according to |low the prrtpeity -

trol of dcHrrlhed therein will he "01.110 ............ .
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rach\ 88. I! approve of the direction in which he is going and of Sylvester Prevatt the highest bidder. at tlie courthouse .r-- G'- -- -' --'--'

sect pee; a the methods he is using to get there. However as it is now Sylvester Prevatt, 43, died suddenly the month door of on Anrll the that 1117.! Monday which In In IN a picturesque subtropical setting in TIlE WAIIOO, long and bluish, is one of

here January 27 as the result (lInith! day nf April, 1917! little town of Winter Park is the fastest swimming fish in all the waters :
lovelv
five men: on the Supreme Court have it in their power to nulli ranted this llth duy of February the
of heart attack. Mr. Prevatt
a I917.OKFlrfT.. world. A member of the
located ROLLINS COLLEGE Florida'soldest of the
lttjT '. ? fy the entire Roosevelt program, thus in the end defeating was a life-long resident of this sec ( 591.41.A .)
I ;J THOMA!'!, institution of higher learning. mackerel family, it ranges along the :oast
1 I the will of the people which will should be respected: and carried ]/ years tion and lived had In for the the"Cracker past several Six" Clerk.Rradford nf Circuit County Courtof Florida Named for Alonzo \V. Rollins of Chicago, of Florida however, it is almost as rare

81, out in a democracy. I iectlon with his family. Funeral 2-12-5t-8-12 who headed its endowment with $50,000, ai the marlin and comparatively few are

C o t4 4 g Simply because Roosevelt would have the opportunity to I services were conducted at the NOTICE OF APPLICATION the school first opened its- doors in 1885, taken during the season. Its strike U

J. appoint six new justices does not mean that they would )I home with the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw <<
smother their consciences the bench and would O. K. laws! pastor of the First Baptist Church, NOTICH. IS HBHKRY: GIVEN That I century it has made generous contributions will tear off as much as 500 feet of line
on IA Stella John
holder of Tar in its mad rush Uescape.
officiating and burial was in the Certificate! No. .!5. Issued the 3rd to culture by helping mould the in the wink of an eye
= =: .. ,; for him that they considered unconstitutional. Their appointments j' family plot of the Dyal Cemetery. day of August A. D. 1931. ha. filed character of thousands of young men and Uaually'the Wahoo is found along

are good for life so they are not governed by the fear I He Is survived by a devoted wife same In my fur office a tax and deed has to made lie Issued apPlication women. By action of its board of trus- the edges of the Gulf Stream grass in

:' of losing their jobs if they don't behave as the President wish and eight children who have the I the thereon followingderorlbed I Rnld I oertlflcnte embrace In tees the enrollment of Rollins can never South Florida waters and while they will

1' I sympathy of the entire community. the County of r.r.roGI..II: of exceed seven hundred students. The dis- average 15 to 25 pounds, they reach much

es. Pall bearers were: T. T. Blackburn, Florida to-wlt: tinguished Dr Hamilton Holt is its 'evi heavier proportions. The heaviest \Vahoo

In its present form the Supreme Court is too static. It : Carl Carter, Ed Durban C. R. I Quarter Northeast, Section Quarter 20 of Township Southeast 7 dent pi on record, caught with fishing tackle, j

should be allowed to change with the times. I Campbell C. R. Whitehead and D. South log 40 Acre Range, more 22 East or le contain-**. weighed 80 pounds:

S. t 0-- B, Harley. I The aaaexMmvnt of the Bald property -
It
under the acid certificate Issued

.. WANT TO ADD EIGHT YEARS TO YOUR LIFE? I'erttonaln. wan Un. In I...*the said. name certificate of W B BhHll Stocker be redeemed .'-

I Miss Marguerite Johnson who according to lapr, the property What Do You NeedIn

lI Reed Smoot who spent thirty years in the United States, was a member of the high school to the dencrlhed highest bidder therein at will the be coiirthouae sold. -

!I faculty recently resigned to accept door on. the drat Monday In
Senate before retiring to devote himself to his church launch- the month of April. 1917 which I la
ed into his of life with | a position in the Punta Gorda High the 6th day of April. 19i7.
seventy-sixth year vigorous recently al I| School and left for that City Sat- Dated this 11th. day of February

lament that people "sleep too much." I urday. I 1937.OFFICIAL SEAI. ) I Printed Forms, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery?

"There are who work but forty hours week and I Mr. and Mrs Herman Byrd, Mr. A. J. THOMAS
many a and Mrs Clerk of Circuit Courtof (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)

:sleep eight or nine hours a day" he said. "That is a deplorable I Rena Mae Dewey'Cutshaw Shelton and Henry Miss 2-12.Ct.3-12 Bradford County. .Florida. ..ip"' .

Ii I waste of a most precious resource-time." ', Byrd of Greenville Tenn, have recently :\OTI,E: or-.. APP'.U"'IO'Y

a. "A person in perfect health can work ten twelve and been guests of Rev. and Mrs <(< .'01& T\\Hill; UF No.:FDSenate :Illlt: LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS

even fourteen hours a day and thrive on not more than six I I G.Mrs.E Cutshaw.J. S. Jones of Miami was I..NOTICE A. & 1 Stelln; IH.> IIRIIKTIY John: holder 1IV K.V.of That Tax For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rub I

{ hours of sleep." I I I I the guest Saturday of relatives Certificate day of> Auij-tixi.No: A 42S, D, .Inxued 11)11.) has the; filed 3rd Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soot

; If Mr.\ Smoot I is right, the average person is snoozing here. I .name In tnv office. and has made applicatlon more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality mini;;
i for n tax deed. to be. Issued
away a lot of precious opportunities to improve himself mentally :I I Mrs. A M. Blanchard, who has thorenn Said certificate embrace work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads.
|I been spending the past several the following deHcrlhed property In variety.
physically as well as to study to advance himself in his'', weeks In Miami returned to her I the Florida County, towltNotthweot..f '. Bradford State" of

,, chosen life work. home here Tuesday afternoon. Quarter nf Ronrheant '
I I
_ Quarter r.x. I Alien In Mouth- ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS
It is the desire of every man and woman to live as long ;i I Mrs J. U. High tower of Miami went Corner, Section 20 Town- ENVELOPES
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and '|I is visiting her daughter Mrs. O. .hll'. | 7 South Itnnire. 22 Rant. Of course ;you knew we carried typewriter
as possible millions of dollars are spent in efforts containing 38 Acres, more or
every year I J. Phillips. 1 lev*.. Sure buy them already stamped ribbons but what about the adding
I you can
1, i to lengthen the life span of the average human being: Mr. and Mrs Louis H. Hill Tins "u..me" of the said property -
were under the said certificate Issued from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the paper (
r Well Mr. Smoot has given us the formula not for living long. 'j I day business visitors to Orlando Satur- wan I'nlett In I the aid name certificate of W shall T*. Rutfir be re. about as much personality and individuality rolls upon which you add up; to see

er, but for living more in the years that are allotted to us. A F. deemed according' \ to law the prop as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if'everyone
R. Caradine
little arithmetic shows that by sleeping: six hours a day instead visitor to Jacksonville was a business ; erty to highest dencrllcl bldrtVr theieln at will the lie court-n..ld Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did
Wednesday. .
i, houee door c.n the fir**"'Mnnd.iv. In n't have to
( : of nine a person could save about eight years of good Mr. and Mrs. Cannle Darley of I the month of .April. 1917.: which I* pay the ones ,they send you.
Fort Banning Ga., the 5th, dRY of April, 1017
precious time in the span of say seventy years are visitingrel Pitted this 11th day of February,
atives' .
7 here this I week.THERESSA. 19:17: STATEMENTS
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I .\.J THOMAS. business houses v ,SECOND. SHEETS
SMALL COUNTIES SHOULD LOOK OUT Clerk of Circuit Court Some stopped sendingthese
of Bradfoid County Florida. out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when I
:Mii Ruth f-lt-5t-J-IJ\ \
_ I Coming now from national issues to matters of the state Zeigler_ _CorrespondentMrs. I I I ----Wcp, time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do 11

> of Florida, we find Governor Cone proposing to put all state L. G. Sibley of Putnam FOR. \PPL11'\TIOV T\-.; I>KKI. expect a fair,'return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarked
I I .... .
<4<\
Bill N.
exit bond in all sizes I legal
revenues into a common fund and to divide them the Hall and daughter. Mrs. Elmer NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN: That a three cent stamp. We have a very special -even that extra long
among Drew of Tampa are t O. W, trail holder of Tax Certificate size that .yon} can never borrow froit!
various departments as their needs become known. visiting No. 477 lo..o..d l the 3rd dar of Au<<. price on statemerts.
friends I friends.
I and relatives here this o.t. A. l). 1131! bail flied same In your Also ,that'thin. onion ski"
Small counties like Bradford get the cold shivers week. I I my office and ha. made application for making copies.
every
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a for a tax deed to b* l *ueil thereon
i time anyone mentions tamperingwith the gasoline tax Lester Hall of Starke was visit. Said certlfAi-at embrace. the follow.log .
6' money j Ing relatives here I d"*crilie which is now divided so that the little fellows get several j Saturday afternoon I ty wit of: Bradford State of Florida to-

_ t i4 times more revenue back from the tax than they pay out \I Mr. and Mrs. J R. Adklna and i East: Half nf Northwest Quarter For business, political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

q i y Large counties, of course, get less than they pay out. I children of Jacksonville were visitIng I South.of Range Hectltm 22 26 Kant:.Townnhlp, contain 8 Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands clips all kinds of
gem
ji It is not believed that the legislature : at the homes of S. R. Swindell' log 80) Acre, ours or I leas.The Too many styles to name but samples binders ,
will approve the and R. M. anpeuwment. of the std properly are even ink in quart bottles, we cansave
Heraey Saturday and !I under the. said certificate l I..
: Governor's recommendation, but small counties should never-I Sunday. I sued wan In the panie of Samuel here for your inspection and all prices are you money on all of these. There

q J; '1 theless be on their guard. f If gasoline money is put in a common Earl! Geiger and T. B. Triest''! O'ltnls., i ald certificate hall be re- reasonable. must be bther things:: that escape us just t

-1.. fund with other were attending to business in i deemed aworilttier\ law the prop now, but you can ask.LEGAL .
; revenue Bradford and other small counties erty deacrtb.d. therein will be old
.. will lose I Starke Monday. I Ito the highest. "bidder' at the court-
a of
source revenue that has helped to tide us Mr and Mrs. Marion Constan- 1 houxe door on the first Monday In

''I over many a tight snot.It's ,ine were transacting business In ,''the the lI'h month day or of April April 1V7.1917 which I is WEDDING INVITATIONS -

Jacksonville I MaUd thin lllU day of February. BLANKSDon't
> ,' 0 Tuesday. I I I h17tOFFICIAI. The folder type in white or the new

: ;;: nice to see tourist cars passing through but it would daughters AJr. and Rhoda Mrs. J.and J. Zeigler Ruth and ,i A. .J.MI-THOMAS.,\f.) ivory color. If you must economize on this bum your legal blanks-buy them
were from need
We
Clerk of Circuit us.! have you'll
Court
? n' l>e better still to visiting hIs item we have a line that looks like everything
sister
't see some of them stop here. Maybe they Mrs. John Sul liradford Cuunty. Florida. engraving whether you're
h I buying a cow or mortgaging
'la 2-12-6t-3-l
( ; would if we would do livan in VVaUa SallJay.Mr. feels like engraving, but doesn't cost
everything
home. '
l, .;' possible to make our town Bessie! Maneer of Jacksonville OTI"l OFI'r.H': '' IK: like engraving. your Our blanks will do everything
attractive.
__ 1; : \" was visiting her mother, Mrs. cordance Notice I I"with hereby I the given final decree that In rendered ac but pay the mortgage.

;,I. .If j!', -0 Will Jones here during the week I by the Court In that certain-
I':A'i end.' Irauiio pending the Circuit Court Get 29 On The
.. I 1 Telephone Please James
of
A Bradford
e j 1 : woman in Miami called the police and raised Arthur I County Florida.. In ,
a row Millikan of Ocala spent Chancery wherein (r. J. A nd.. 1 I.I lai
;: when she played $30 into the i plaintiff. and Lottie Wiley
Ii a slot machine and got back only week-end with his family here. |I cave Nit 698. the ludefendant. -
;l i' $4. When, oh when will Mr. and Mrs John Q. Public learn Mrs. Alice Jones of Miami is Special. Master. by ald undersigned decree appointed -
': ) will ell to the highest Bradford
visiting her bld-
that the machines brother D. J. : County
1 were not invented to make them ? Phillips tier for rah at the South Front door TelegraphPAGE
wealthy i here.. I I i I of the County Court HI II... In Starke
: ''t Florid during Ihe legal hours of
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