Bradford County telegraph
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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 19, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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AD WIRING I A. J. GRIFFIS [ COUNTY MAYBE I The PAPER Telegraph.'lONORED.last week received la NEGRO KILLEDIN TAG Collector SALES C A LARGETax Knight reports I I ROTARY CLUB

certificate of membership In that 1,128 license tags have

r the Half-Ceotttu:,* Club of newspapers been Issued to car owners In Bradford I

IN SIXTY PLACES I TOMATO PLANT an organization sponsored by RENO FIGHT County thus far this year Estimating j i ORGANIZEDTUESDAYNIGHT

the American Press Aesoctattlon of the average cost of tagsto

New York Qty. In sending the certificate be $15.00 (the total returns wouldbe

AY INSPECTORS CENTER SOONA. the sponsors said "We SUNDAY $16,92000 to date. The county's -

hope that your paper will continueto share of this money goes Into

uphold the beat traditions of the general! fund and Is used to pay

'Will Raise Starke In- Griffis Contracts to American newspaper life and that Roy King Shot With i county officers! paupers and up- Twenty-four Given
its Influence
i force and will be felt keep of public buildings. Also for

surance Rates Unless } Deliver Company for many half-centuries to come Pistol In Ar- purchase of school (books. The tax Charter ,Mem

y The Telegraph appreciates the distinction collector receive! a twenty-five
700,000 Sets gumentMcCI.OUD
Repaired of being a member of the cent fee for each tag sold
club and Is proud of Its record of .
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.LICENSED REPAIRMEN CAN R I V A L BERRIES. almost sixty years of continuous : IS RELEASEDON (; LEADERS ,'


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;, Many Instances of detective wir- After two years of continuous argument growing out of Organization of a Rotary Club

ag In sixty buildings and resl-I I ns experimenting, supplemented by THREE :PLACES seeking aid to lift a truck from a In County with twenty-four charter memberswas

)*/jence* in Starke were found by In- F countless hours of "burning the mud hole, Sunday night coat the effected here Tuesday night ata

|Juraace inspectors on a recent sur- y I midnight oil" and spending a good One life of Roy King young negro of ON BERRIES meeting In H. C Wall Insurance

.ey here, according to a statement bit of private money, A. J. Griffla, In NightBURGLARIZED the Reno section, who has recently office The first regular luncheonof

day by R. T*."Clark, superln- superintendent of county schools been employed as truck driver forS. the organization will probablybe

ot of the city light and water MILLIONS" r.jmlses: to introduce a new industry !' R. Johns Sons. held Wednesday February 24,

IaR.t. "PLANTS BY THE Into the agricultural picture of A coroner's Jury Monday, morn- CAR MOVEMENTS WON'T at 12:19: o'clock at a place to bo

These defects represent actual Bradford County. Ing freed Willie McCIoud, who fired BEGIN FOR THIRTY selected! later.

/C. bazards and unless they arehonrected More than two years ago, Mr. the shots that killed King, on DAYS Jon Ii:. Wilson; local real estate/

It la likely that insur- VICTORY DINNERMarch Griffla, sought a contract with a THIEVES DO THRIVING the ground that he fired la self agent, was elected president of the

jfftnce'rate* 'will be advanced her, plant buying firm In Chicago 1U.. BUSINESS FRIDAY, $250 defense. Approximately 93.91pints of club to serve until another elec-

"he Inspectors said. Fourth seeking to raise and sell tomato CASH HAUL Pieced together, the testimony I strawberries, with a return of $SI ,- tion of officers .Is held In July. Other -

The city has an ordinance re- plants from native soils. Not until of witnesses) made the following I 300.00 to growers, were shipped by officers are: Nat Sternbel'&'.

r ulrtogr' persona who do wiring January 1, did the company de- Looting three business establishments story: express] and truck from Starke vice-president: E. L. Matthews,

[Work' to secure a city license If BY DEMOCRATSHAROLD clded to take Mr., Grlffis' offer ser- on main street last Friday King and a companion, "Frog" since Thursday of last week. secretary; and. D P. Carpenter

!.property owner would employ iously. Now he has a contract to night, of approximately', Jackson, delivery boy for the express If favorable weather conditions treasurer. These officers and the.

(ponee but licensed workmen much supply them with 700,000 tomato thieves brought the total of recent agency! here, were attemptIng set In, carlot shipment are expected following three members will serve

[of-this"! troubI 'win be prevented, plants during the forthcoming season daring day aDd night robberies to to get a truck, which the lat to roll rapidly from her*".aad as a board of directors: L. A. Da-

I)..fr Clark said. "The socalledhandy C. WALL APPOINTED divided into three varieties. about 928,400 In Stark within the ter drove out of a mud hole In Lawtey again within the next I' via, T. I(. McClane Jr., and W, H.

man' should not be allowed CHAIRMANBY la the contract, according to the past four months... front of King's house. thirty days, growers said this week. Graham '" -
FARLEY superintendent,: terms state that On January, two nattily dressed Willie I
t;o tamper with or make any McCIoud.' seventeen-vear- Lawtey had its second car bf the Organization of the club here
[change In light or power wiring." rr word the firm will pay for plants 50,000 white metf entered the officeof old negro, and a friend passed by season out last Thursday. More was sponsored by the Gainesville
H. C. Wall today received
m The 'superintendent; said that to the acre, whether they purchaseany County Tax Collector Carl and were asked to help in the work. cars could have been loaded, but Rotary. Among the prominent

.some- of the buildings with defects I'. from Chairman James A. Farley, or not. However, if the plants Knight's office, making away with They replied that they could not refrigerator! trucks are taking the visitors here Tuesday night were:
'' of the Democratic National are suitable for re-set from the local more than $20,000 worth of valu-
"re close among' other buildings stop that they were going to bulk of the fruit so far. Wallace Journey, of Birmingham
mittee, that he had been appointed farm, and the able paper, cash and jewels Someof
pd are In the city's fire BODe, Chairman for Bradford County for grow company church to accompany a sister! of The county strawberry season Ala., acting as assistant to the district .
Mr. Grlffls a double of his the loot was recovered several ,
promises McCIoud s friend home. went! and. In abouttwo
tip-here neglect to correct flaws not rampant came governor; Garland Powell, of
: These being
the Victory Dinner. are later
order of which day near Lawtey. Several
I.only adds to Insurance cost on therawner's all present Jackson Is said to have started months early this year, allowIng Gainesville, special representative)
held simultaneously over would to weeks prior to the burglary of Mr. I'
but run approximately one and to have made Lawtey to ship its first car of
building penalizes March 4. cursing a ges of the district governor In the workof
the on Thursday,
country million and fourteen hundred thou- Knlgh.'a office, a welldressedwhite
(,adjoining' property,also. Besides commemorating the fourth ture as If reaching! for his back berries! before heavy rains and additional organizing a club her; Dr. Ballard -

ffl.: "It Is therefore Important toIJSave anniversary of the flrat'lnaugura- sand or a return of 94,000. man entered the Bradford pocket. Witnesses testified that I I cold snaps stepped In to Simmons, president! of the

these defects corrected at the tion of Franklin D, Roosevelt as Mr. Griffls expressed firm belief, County Telegraph office, during McCIoud said "Don't start any of I II slow down the production of plants, Gainesville Club; and Richard Boeing

rllest possible date and reports the "This is one of the most profitable absence of employees and stole I that or I'll burn you off at the resulting In a six to seven weeks secretary of the Gainesvilleclub.
President of the States
about $15 in cash, from the office
turned to insurance companies," proposals for farmers In many)I hips!" ; setback. .
dinners afd expected to be the cash Both
drawer. of the former
And I believe that it will be the week of Feb. 8
It. luring I
) Clark said. "Much trouble years. McCIoud and
means by Which the- National Com- robberies his friend then Charter members besides the
Centers about entrance, switch and mittee's deficit from the 1936 I a leading Industry on Bradford's I I the noon hour during turned to go and King Is said to through Feb 17. Lawtey shippedmore above named directors are: H. C.
round connections! It is fertile soils within a few seasons, I have than 1,473 crates, and glowers .
Presidential campaign can be paid Back door transom and sky1 Jumped on the back of the Wall. W. P. Smith, C. A. Knight,
|!When corrections are made that off and a comfortable surplus left maybe next he concluded. I!1 lights of buildings were used by smaller negro and started beating believe a return of approximately Dr. ),r. B. Herlong W, H. Hart H.
Itaew It was explained also by the local $ .162 will be realized by
entrance safety switches be to carry ''on party work. thieves who stole from slot machines him. McCloud testified that he A. Manassa. L. A. Gray, M. F,
[Installed and proper ground wire grower that the tomato plants In the VV. thought his life was In danger, and growers! from that section. A com- Drown A. J. Thomas T: Frank
The Dinners are being A. Bes ant, Jr.,
Victory i
[connected." In this county with suitable season, I I fired the fatal shots. bination total of the two will make
.' Billiard and Investigating Landrum. J. B. Carlisle, J. W Andrews -
the Jackson dinners the Court
modeled after Day Parlof.
City officials are urging can be grown and shipped by May officers asld that had more than $13,000 which has rolled -
every- King a knifeon Jr. C. H. Nasworthy, N.
' 2.000 of.wt ca wcrheld: last farmers would be I House Lunch Cstom. about $200 in Into the the
i. ne tohave 1, whereby per- "county during past
all Instances of defec- his but
January with such success that the | cash, and $50 In cash from the safe person, It evidently remained D. Wainwright, Jr., L. F. Chapman,
itva.rlriag, taken' of at, the mitted to raise other regular farm I seven or eight days.
care unusued In his
of the Gassett Hardware pocket. His Dr J. W Brownlee, and.l B. M.
National Committee was to payoffan from the soils I Company Growers cheered this weekwhen
earliest possible date. crops same duringthe showed two were
.. body pistol wounds, Montgomery
eight year old deficit and en- All of the places were on Call
year. prices rose to $3.50 per
and death
ter the I igst campaign entirely free Street. came almost Instantly The objects of Rotary as outline
One of the noticeable featuresof I from In his breast crate at Lawtey Wednesday. The .
BIG SCHOOL DAY from debt. As in that case, tickets growing tomato plants, as Mr. Up to press time, officials reported average for the week was around ed here this week, are:

AT B. H: S. to. each dinner are to be sold at a Grlffls declared, la the fact that i that no recovery of any of e $2.70. 1. The development of acquaintance

price In excess of the actual cost the same fertilizer that was used to'I I the Friday night loot had been Girls Camps Open So far this year, Bradford grow as an opportunity fe? service .
AIRPLANE DROPS of the dinner, the excess to be for- made.
INVITATIONS have realized about ;
nourish the young plants to a Plans are going forward for the ers $30,000
OF warded to the committee to be add- |I Clues left in the Friday night
JUNIORSTO from the shipment of strawberries. 2. High ethical standards labusiness
saleable size, can still be used to continuation of the two camps for
SENIORS ed to the Victory Dinner fund. aid any other general farm crop I ahula were photographed by officials unemployed girls operated by the With the actual season coming in and professions; the recognition 'i
that he from the Gainesville
Today at Bradford High School Mr. Wall announced planted on the same land that sea police National Youth Administration officially) many growers anticipate of the worthiness of all '

|several, exciting; events happened would make public within the next I department. No suspects have been of Florida. The camps opened for I one of the heaviest outputs in useful occupations; and the digni

|to break the stern monotony of few days the committee responsible his l- son.Divided in three Varieties, this reported publicly, but arrests the first session on November 13, many seasons. fying by each Rotarian of his occupation
for the dinner. Meanwhile might follow further Investigations
school life at B H. S. Wednesday. Grlffis has the following acre- 1936. Each camp term lasts three I I Shipment from Plant City drop as an opportunity tq; serve '
Dinner headquarters will year by the sheriff and police depal'tment
An Victory I ped to ten cars Wednesday from society;
airplane, piloted by Henry and a half months so the period I
be located at his office where full age In mind: Rutgers, five acres; within the next few days.
Janassa flew over the school build- detailed Early Baltimore four acres and starting February 28, 1937 will ex- (I previous highs of around thirty 3. The application of the Ideal
information regarding I -
Ing dropping the Invitations to the I Chalks Jewel five acres. Mr. Griffls I tend to June IS. The camp for i cars a clay.Hunting. nf service by every Rotarian to hU
be obtained. I ,_
seniors and others to the "Junior plans W. P.can Smith, T. Frank Landrum I said that he will begin sowing Worm Picture at LawteyThe white girls la located at Lowry I ----- personal I buslnean and community

|Backward Party." Philip Manassa. and E. L. Matthews will serve as I seven acres of his proposed fourteen I motion picture depicting the Park, Tampa, and Mrs Carolyn i Season Closes H(41.;
(Bradford High School student, was destruction and damage caused by Rlnaldl is Camp Director. Olivia
vice-chairmen for the affair. acres for this season, next Nlmrods In Bradford County 4. advancement! of internstional -
la. passenger and acted as airmailman. I I Screw worms that was shown in Hampton f Is director of the Negro
week, and that In ten days or two took to the woods In search of wild I understanding, good will
i I weeks he will have the remaining the court housai here Wednesday girls' camp which Is. at the Florida birds for their hat time, Mondayas I| and peace through a world fellowship -

,Sweat shirts for the boys bas- Simmons Buys Property i iJ. 'I seven acres planted. i I night of last week will be shown in Normal Institute, St Augustine -I the official 1936-37 season clime of business and professional ,

ketball team arrived. The boys the school auditorium at Lawtey Information and application !
| L. Simmons local plumber, I In recent years strawberry I to a close. The state Game and men united In the Ideal 1 of I'vlcer,
were well pleased with the brightly has purchased the former Marlon growing has led in "money.crops" j Tuesday night 7:30: o'clock, Feb. blanks for this. county may be secured Fresh Water Fish Commisilon, In -.-.
colored shirts which donated 23. Cattlemen and all others Interested from the NYA office In I
were Johns home place on Madison Ave. so to speak: for Bradford. How- a statement said that he believed SKATING QUEENAT
I |by the.Tip Top Grocery Company has moved In. The are urged to attend theshowing Gainesville by writing to H. W.
already ever, if this plan works, as It seems game killed this year and last was I.
|and bear;their ad on the backs. deal was transacted by the Wilson I of this educational and Instructive Vorles, 232 N Virginia Ave., RITZ
perfectly plausible, tomato plant lens In the.paAt few years.' He at- ,
G.-Man Secret Police W. picture. Gainesville, Florida.
badges Realty Co., representing the J. ,
growing may bid for a neck-to- tributed It to unfavorable hunting "CRAIG'S
|were distributed to the members of Andrews estate, who had been In WIFE STARRING
neck place with strawberries. weather In many sections of the
|the Gorunds Committee. Thiscommtttee possession of the property. The State during the closed season. The ROSALIND RUSSELL

( helps maintain law, or- bungalow vacated by Mr. and Mr*. i WHAT DO YOU THINK? season for killing deer., doves and OPENS WEDNESDAY,
Seven Die In Accident [[ ]
|der end fair play on the school Simmons has been rented to Mr. other game animal and birds ended .- Sonja Kent. Queen of the Silvery -

gxes> ds.Pieparatlon. and Mrs. J. C. Booker.Meetings Seven persons, four of them chil- In January. The quail season Skates, who make her screen

< of copy of "Brad- .5. ---- dren. died early Sunday morning, n___.____ _____ extends through Feb. 13. ifebut in "One: In A Wilton. the

font B. Book" was completed. This: Continue on State Road 28. between here I The question asked by the Tele- not heard of la year' gone by; .- Twentieth Century-Fox spectacular

iaa.+.*.a>..tiidenta guide and hand- and Lake City, after their automo- graph's Inquiringreporter this for Instance,. thirty year* ago, Thief musical snvub. opening Sunday at

book of all school activities inStarke The meetings at the Christian bile crashed a slow moving fruit I week is upon a subject of national we had hardly heard of the automobile I Negro Found tUe.,Kit Theatre, studied ballet

and Bradford County for Church will continue through next truck and burned. The victims Importance and well as general the alrplln and the radio Sheriff A. O. Andreu was in dancing until

tile past- fifty-three years and Sunday with Frank Custer, evangelist were Mr. and .Mrs Clarence May, ,. Interest. In the >answer to this and numbers of other such I I.A I I Tampa the first of the week on which explains site In was, the twenty das-

ri-sfhoold' be of assistance to preaching. Services will be below are reflect the trail of Ray Green, who part ,
pupil of Adel Ga.,' and their two children question printed thing, which are now taking negro cling beauty of her
"rhythm on
,,, i.fer'tbe-nezt several yearn r held every night at 7:30 o'clock, and Mrs. Mamie Flowers and I ed the attitudes anil, opinions of ''about sixty per ee4t. of the time ha been arrested six] times for Ice.;. .

Two Bradford High students and teaching classes every afternoon two small sons, of Valdosta, Ga. persons-whose word carry weight of the court to' Interpret the stealing in this county. Hm latest In addition to Miss Henl,

4-1skltlag "V the Hampton at:3: o'clock. Much Interest 'and Influence with many. law that regulates them; so It Offense was to break. Into the home Adolpb, Meajou Jean Hersholt.Ned

(S.school during the 'Illness of two has been shown In the meetings as I "Do you approve of PresidentRoosevelt's take mere Judge to pass on of Bob Cone, where he stole a shot Don Ameche the ,
Blaze Sparks Rlts
r Thursday Night
temchres there. 'Hope Haynes was Dr. Custer knows the Bible and Illustrates plan to add a new Justice such matters, and 1 they need to gun, which he later sold. Green Brothers Attica Borrah
I Judge
,'acting principal In place of Lester"- his talks by charts. He The fire department was called to the Supreme Court for ev be physically and mentally had been supoenaed a*, a witness Mlnevttch and bis Dixie Dun-

Slr.ah.ltz And' Patsy Edmondson has three books of his own writingon out Thursday night of last week to ery one who fail to resign afterreaching strong." In Federal court In Tampa so the bar. Leah Ray and gang Shirley Deaae-

la teacher. the Bible., fight a fire, resulting from a faulty the of sheriff left him there In the handsof
acting primary age seventy yeal1lland
HON. E. K. PKJtltYM: County are also featured In the cast of
The Beta Honor Club met the flue, that threatened the home of six months? Why" That Is officer until they finish with "
Judge: "I do not approve of the "One In A Million, 1937 s wonder-
seventh Mrs. Julia Eastman, near the city the Read carefully these him.
| period.Mr BirthsMr. question. plan. It would place too much show. _

sr A, E. Wall was here for and Mrs., Henry M. Abernathy park. The blaze was kept under thoughtful answers X power In: the hands of the President .- Tuesday sad Wednesday "Craig'sWife
ales Club aad control by the use of chemicals, RON. A. Z.''LUIUN""a.' Judge of the Council Considers
.1' practice Graham, girl, Feb. S.I and Senate. With this/ Lights ," a gripping drama with Rosalind -
1 music la the grades Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez, but considerable damage was doneto circuit court, gave us the following power they might make laws not At a meeting of the City Coun- Russell and John Boles will

-Mr*T. T. Long and Mrs., R. F. Road 28 west of Starke girl Feb. the upper story. of the house reply: for the best." cil Tuesday night the clerk was be the chief attraction on the local
Densor_ for a "I favor the law requiring
completed plan
I Instructed to communicate with
8. W. E. BRYANT, owner any mans screen
radio Kagrish Class every Friday Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Grlffis, High Auto AccidentThe Judges of the Supreme. Court to ger of the cafe bearing his the State Road Department! In the -.

UaUmiag in: oa broadcast from land. Feb. 4, boy. I 1930 Ford owned by Lacy retire on full pay when they name gave the answer which matter of Installing traffic light. Boys Sentenced
W. R. U. F.Preparations. reach the of seventy years,
Mr. and Mrs., William Howard. Johns of Starke was badly damaged age follows: "I do not approve of at the Intersection of Roads Thirteen Two
to the Lawtey boys Jerry Padgett
were begun for attending and that Judges be added
New River, girl, Feb 15. Saturday afternoon when hit a having our United State Supreme and Twenty-eight and Roada 18 sad
Murphy Dice, 16
the district basketball court in accordance the Increase were sentenced -
Mr. and ;Mr- Louis Norman, glancing blow by a passing fruit Justices positions' draggedInto Thirteen and Forty-eight. The road.
Tuesday by Judge A. Z. Ad.
meet In Jacksonville in March. of population or litigation -
Highland, boy, Feb. 13. truck. The car was parked on the politics. I believe that the department will be asked for per-
Principal L. A. Gray received an Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MUlkin, right hand side of the road la front ; I am in favor of such laws same should be free-handed to mH..lon to Install the lights, and to one year each In the Florida '
State Prison for Info
Invitation to discuss pupil personnel Ocala, boy, Feb. 13.. !I of Cook's store on Road Thirteen applicable not only to the Federal dew! with all matter Justly with- :Also to share In the expense. and breaking
work. with coordinated studies j1Adges,- but to all Judges, I destroying the property of the
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committee when the National Education because when a m.reache.. the Lawtey Junior High School on the
I paid for damages.I T. FRt K. LANrwr.M. Mayor of Milk Official Visits HereM. night of Feb. 8. The
Association meets In New Fishing Contest OpenThe i I .__ ago of seventy he 1 I. not strong boys were
Orleans, February 20 to 23. I physically, -atid'lf a person Is not Starke. spoke against the Pres A. Spulll, a deputy of the I taken to the State. Fsrm Wednesday

------ Canova week that Pharmacy its annual announced fish- j II I Hampton Church strong physically, he Is bound ident' plan. "Even though State Milk Control Hoard of Tallahassee morning to begin,serving timeon
this Franklin Roosevelt! would be conscientious was a visitor here Monday the sentence Dice sentenced
a was -
not to be mentally strong;
Marriage LicensesFeb. contest Is now open to all comers. | There will be both morning and
ing- must be physically and In administering this afternoon, on official busbies to two years In the stat l
'' Judge
11. Q -A. Weaver and Beatrice Three and valuable contestants prize are will askedto be j I'j I'I Christian night services Church at next the Sunday Hampton A. mentally strong in order to cope new power, later Presidents Mr. Spulll spent most of the after- reform school on Nov. 18 1933 but j

Underbill. Starke. offered matters that might not be so conscientious. 'oon In the office cf County Agent was evidently paroled on good be"avlor'
with the new
I J. TraVis minister, announced many
store for rules ye
to the drug I I
Feb. 13,'Qdel Green and Doshla come
Starling Starke. and regulations. terday. 1 come up. every day: .tlnt were,I What do you think? T. K. :McClane, rJr. .

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Control They are seeking td curb the dam- Is estimated that at least twenty Boston reported to police hero she ry as security for the net.

Real ProblemMan ame of the waters, not to curb the years would be required to complete (The poem (author unknown) reproduced had been Induced by three men to ing completion of thi .,

waters themselves" It the watersare such a program Book ReviewTHE below appeared In one of exchange Jewelry worth $1,750 for discovered she had he. ,

God to be curbed land now givento In the meantime 270 different the readers of bygone days. For twelve cut glass atones represented ed, Mrs. Porter told (jJ

proposes, disposes. cultivation must be returned to control projects have been authorized terseness' power and vehemence It to her as diamonds from a sack- she went to reclaim 't.> "U'

That ancient adage can be of aptly flood grass and woods, lr order to hold at a cost of $300.000,000 by has probably not Its equal. It Is ed Russian church. Detective Sgt.E. 'mond rings and wrist ,"".' \

applied to the problem run-off. the Flood Control Act of 1936. now forgotten, but deserves to be W. Melchen said Mrs. Porter f to learn from the hilt .i
and GRAY '
rain prevent .
control. have shown that They will affect every state, and be kept alive, In memory of a people told of serving as disinterestedthird record of registration t t'1 ii, "amen ;

First flood control measure Inthis where Experiments the run-off In a grazed, located in thirty-one states. They A 1930 story of Robert E, Lee who defied mighty armies In try- party In the "sale" of the dla- she knew as aN, y r, .

country wan taken by New cleared lot Is nine per cent, the Include reservoirs for the Merri- by Belle Moses.-(ons of the new Ing to free their land from invad : mond broker and aI.: .\ Y n ,

Orleans in 1717, when a levee was runoff In a similar watershed mack River Valley in Vermont and books in the Starke Public Li- ers. The Seminoles were brave, day than we had It:. our school manufacturer
First Federal action came the and true patriots to a man; no I ,
built which la ungrazed and timberedwill Massachusetts: levees along brary.) days. +

In 1850, wl.en Congress appropriated be as little as one-sixth of one Susquehanna; another series of Born and educated In the South, Benedict Arnolds or lories among i Yet they are the poorest paid, Approximately 700 i H
550,000 for a survey of the reservoirs In Pennsylvania, VIr- Is qualifiedto them The little remnant of them r
per cent. Belle Moses especially least appreciated of any other profession school are equipped
:aitaBUsippI Since that time bUt levees along of Robert that still exists has been made dependent viti u
Obvious question is, Why, then, ginia Kentucky; write the biography and or tradesmen.No devices for exhibition of ,
--. of dollars have been spent for the upper Mississippi In Iowa, Illinois E. Lee Her father fought for the by their conquerors spoor lessons." w
millions be better than
have we spent our country can
various units of government In levees Its but with honor.-H. E. lAg-
y and Missouri; reservoirs Confederacy from Its rise until .
dams and levees and reservoirs the people who make up that country -
attempts to curb the destruction curbed the and debris basins in Southern fall, and thus Miss Moses Impartsa ergren.) I Factory built televIsion.
when we might have and to get better people we ?
refined by great rivers on a ram- California. personal interest to her story of seta will cost between J3oo
1927 flood water at Ita source? THE SEMJNOLE'S REPLY must have better schools and t
fmff. Since the great A the great Southern leader I $800. according to estimates
several hundreds of millions In 1927, according to Time, army teachers. So let's give our teacher -
alone dikes, out that to reduce \V. C. T. C. NOTES After tracing Lee's aristocratic all the salary. We can evenif
at dollars have gone Into engineers pointed Blaze with your serried columnsI -
I vaes. reservoirs. It was widely a Mississippi flood one foot The Northwestern Christian Ad- background, the author gives a will not bend the knee! we have to) cut the salaries of all Still Coughing?!|

believed that the flood menace had would require the holding out of vocate says editorially: "Those vivid account of his boyhood in The shackles ne'er again shall bind the other state and county officials

av" teat been eliminated, at least so 7,000,0000 to 11,000,000 acre-feet wonderful women of the W. C. T. Virginia, his education, and his The arm which now is free! and employees. No matter how many medL

far important centers of population of water. If 8,000,000 acres of reforested U. In the long fight ahead of us early determination to enter the I've mailed it with the thunder Yours for better schools, better I you cold or broncchifalrirrritationgg

were concerned. Then came I land held back just a half- against the American booze army. Then follows! an interesting When the tempest muttered low, teachers, a better people and government get now with Cream; ?
1937. and man-made devices againprwved Inch more water than would flow plague one group will not be silent description of Lee's days In And when It falls you well may Serious trouble may be breWIng

inadequate. i off cultivated farm land, a flood : It will not quit, and it will Point and his service as an army dread Dr. M. B. Herlong. you cannot afford to take a ch
'would be reduced a half-inch and make fewer mistakes in strategythan engineer after being graduated second with anything less than Cream
A> a result, flood control, past, In his class. From two years The lightning from its blow! eton, which spas right to the L*
present and projected, has again no more. Similar objections were any other. Asking no subsidies of the trouble to aid natua':
to the unselfish of fighting In the Mexican War ARMOURS BIO CROP soothe and heal
issue Is brought out by the army moved by the most the Inflamed
become a engaging scared In the city IIIt
of headwater reservoirsIt Christian it is today thesaloon's Lee returned to Virginia to find I've you FERTILIZERS FERTILIZERMATERIALS: branes as the germ-laden
the attention of public men building purpose storm clouds. brewing between the I've scalped you on the plain- is loosened and expelled.
said that at least $1,000- unweakened, unified, I
and engineers alike. was one Go count chosen, where they Even It other remedies Ih
North and South. And then the your Big Cash Discount to
000,000 would be required 'f spentfor I and aggressive enemy. I failed> don't be discouraged. .
Meat flood control projects as fellBeneath Commission Merchant and y/
Southern states seceded, and Lee, drureist is
to do much authorized
this as to
purpose An official letter recently come RU
Nidcnlaa Roosevelt writes In the worth of I though opposed to slavery, cast his my leaden rain! Farmers Associations Creomulslon and to refund e)
Mew York Herald Tribune, "are good as $300,000.000 to the National W. C. T. U. from lot with the Confederacy. The en- I acorn your proffered treaty! J. L. HARRELL. Agent money It you are not satisfied n'results

levees. H. J. Ansllnger, Commissioner of suing years of the Civil War, The paleface I defy! Lawtey. Fla. I I from the very first
This gives some idea of the mag- I Narcotics, asks cooperation in the Get Creomulsioa right now 'A4tBEASLEY'S Xt
brought to a climax with Lee's surrender "Revenge" Is stamp'd upon my
FLUWARNING nitude of the problem. And the Federal battle against the illegal
at ADDomattox.. are spear "
upshot Is, according to TurnerTatledgj sale and use of narcotics. The letter I Mi- presented .--. -
by Moses with a keen !" is battle :
And "Blood
of the New York Times, says in part: "It would be very I my cry :
Insight into his character and abil- SERVICE
that It Is now proposed to promote helpful If you could urge the necessity STATION x
ity as a military strategist. An You've trailed me through the forest -
a coordinated, long-time for the early enactment of
1Bad coma aid flu tmiU. >* pro- unusual feature of this book Is that
mtmm Bud loft Th.t..I. wbr coWr gram dealing with reforestation, the Uniform State Narcotic Act in ; We Handle Cold Drinks Standard
a.. table. Red OTBM Cr. the author Includes along with a You've track'd me o'er the stream Cat
How. up-stream control, prevention of the states which have not adopted. ,
will ratdice
T.ae: CT.I-F BATlo full length portrait of Lee, character i And tae Everglades '"
thin* struggling through and OH Atlas Tires Tubes and
tlMM S NECESSARY. .., soil erosion, etc.. all measures It. This legislation Is In effect In Batteries I '
Chat as r io r sketches of other .
which would the flow of All the remaInIng : many
.,Ion. WM.I d. steady twenty-nine states.
Red Oro..I.oar.. water to the sea. The evidence Is states should pass this Act prominent men of the time and Your bristling bayonets gleam. BUS STATION fBEASLEY'S
+ Tonic..lk. >,..... *. H"p. now complete that our past activities without further delay." various aspects of tne war. But I stand as should a warrior,

I..Hop AllayS. b.W.. .l. ,OB....1.- have been too scattered to Sources: The Union Signal, Jan- This author was born at Savannah With my rifle and my spear-

4. ..... )>..<- solve the must uary 1937. Georgia. She Is a graduate of The scalp of vengeance still is red I SERVICE STATION
srh.. and p.ID. : really problem-we Home College, Montgomery. Ala. And warns you-"Come not here!I" !

..',..TONIC ACTION. Oa H BiniLD1IMI .'lp. ...-- j ....... NEW... II. A. IIEADJACKSONVILLE bama. She has written a numberof -- Opp. Court House Phone 60 ,
baud r04 blood mill for .tnn.tHn COLDSand books but I loathe In bosom,
cold. among her best you my
M no.. Don't play with a ,
-M. M. Par-
bark *C eold. and flu with 6 6 6 known writings are a group of biographies I scorn you in my eye!
.w.tInS t7Nr
CAP Tunic WAY ACTION XSo .t dru of.Rail.l.u.1f .Cross rlsh, assistant state director of for young people. I'll hate you till my latest breath
"- FEVER the Federal Housing Administration And fight you till I die! S
Wipl, pMMUtlon rod rtfft-Wilt do. word from Washington I ne'er will ask
: quarterAnd
fiu UK m rombiiullnn:: with. Red Croi : LIQ 1'10 "A.II.F.T' first day ENROLLMENT AT 1'EAK you
Il.. for Chen Cold 7tc..nd Reel Cysts : M\V. NOSH' IIesd.eb.a. SOKIKtl' ; of his appointment as statedlrt'clor I ne'er will be your slave-

--010: S'u, '0.. iniMnilyI/ .ciiv'. "..ub-My-TI.n.-World'* ntnalea. Stead Parrish succeeds Dr. GAINESVILLEUniversity of But I'll swim the sea of slaughterTill
_...-.. ...... -. ... __ 11'r I Florida's enrollment
= n .n. .n ..,.,-*.. Fons A. Hathaway, who some time for the current I sink; beneath its wave!
---- 3go announced he had resigned effective academic year was officially -- .

BOREE FUNERAL HOME next April 1. Hathawaywill announced by Harley W. Chandlerat
- 3068, largest in the institution's
be assistant to Deputy Administrator -
Full fin) of CunkeU &.: Undertakers Supplies W. D. Flanders of history. At mid-year 134 new student -
Washington until April 1 when he enrolled of them 9 9a
n.\.Y AND NIGHT sixty-four ketleh/.BOX]
will retire from the housing ad-
53 PHONE 53 ministration. Both Parrlsh and entering the new general college.It [1

<*, II. BENNETT INSTITUTION"!\Iltr Hathaway will continue to have was the heaviest mid-year en- r1.
A : their offices here. rollment the university has known
Jan 13, 1937

To the Editor,

Bradford Co. TelegraphDear d '

l I note with pride that the chair-

man of the Bradford County Boardof

Public Instruction says he Is
0 p
"not in favor of cutting our teachers -
' d

I salaries.often wonder that we have

LIKIOR enough teachers to operate our CbuntryHonw; y
10titt schools on account of the way they 4

&lIS are treated and am not surprisedwhen S
P\1SBU\ Story TTER1gNEs
I see or hear some good i Pictorial
teacher has resigned to take up iI_ +
other vocation.We JOUIINALt'1

BACK have reached a stage where k

MONEt ic does not pay to study for a

lOUR teaching career. Take a plumber- Q Aarlae ra

a boy quits school and starts as 9d1 ..--wswl Vt. l7 Cfonlar Am 1 br
an appientlce. He draws a small p.krkr0 and 6 Mt O c.,, buma1..1yr,,,, ,5 5a
salary from the start and if he is sift.R s std --.6 Masi Fare 1 Yr

in writing apt and tries, he can become a fl Ctlsthn -" -- Vt. Q ebll/rw. 1l +. t rCl
hat Journeyman plumber in three 1 Fla"Mwviro -" 1. Vr G Ctvd Sf. ova Mula_ '1 r.
years :
I'll put Mtpll ,1 'i" Q 1f.. '
and and a master after serving at his Mallon pkWN C nf14t1
1 trade a while and he gets $10 to D pnduP teors"1 V Q lIfMhs Mr4JM 1 Yr

f Y I 7v'd $15 per day for his time and he a M50111S "_6 Mot Q Warldrc h.nl., .1 Yn
0p7alaally +" Vr. Q -'- 1 Yr
works six to eight hours per day Mwttt11 Moth,,
_.. 1 1,' Mona "----1 Y,,
and time and a half for over time. ie bandn n ?"" t Vr. ash Re ...1 Yrfktadat

The electrician, the plasterer, the ---" ,4 t7 harnrd 1 Yr.
( P lathers and nearly all of the unionized O 1N r b tcultwtst .t'41. Q Rhod1 J' FIr.I, ""-1 Y,,
craftsmen get practically the Q $p al ddt0n""" W40 5,1 wuye dom.hi yr.

same sort of salaries. to "
Q Srco -----1 b
Yet we expect our techers to finish
high school and four years in

college, all of which time they are S I. o .i
.'-- spending money and getting none
.s back. They have to dress neat OFFER RO. 1 orm 1'0. I
fi fl: and work for to nine monthsa this .... .., 1 Yr. An ..... All Ton, ,
eight p P
::;:;' ;;;::: Foe only Tbla X..eo, I Tr. row Only
year and only paid for that time Nwgmina } Magw.in.s }
6 B
3 40
we expect them to go to summer from Group $2. Iron Grovp S'S $2.

schools, pay their own way out. of

their eight month's salary. cms. no. a orm 110 4
hiluIhJ\4 And we turn over to them the TUi Nwipap, 1 Yc.Colli. AU Tour' w. R..._... 1 Y,. JUt Si.Z .

most valuable resources we have to s...O.p._. A } Few Only 2 Mega w. A } Ye. only r

be moulded into our future men 1 M..Io.. B $2 25 w. ....... $2.so
:and women, "our children." ... O..p 3 ....f 0._ B

:; Yet we' do not pay them the sal-

; i iI1IAJiiiJIPliliILi&c ary we pay for a mechanic help ,

ti er. A........ E..1 2.00 Wod_ M..tavla a .....IIe.. f.nAmar4wa
I have in mind a specific case h101. C.w 1.71 W._ __ __
of a principal in a grammar schoolin Aa._ .....-.. nee 0... lewd I.e r.hYtt I ",.... 1DO
..- wad Oc d.wa LOll Oppwhaiuy .....- Lo.
one of Jacksonville's schools. _dsri G..tm ..,. _.... sl.gmis. t'uCapps.
3he got a raise in and itw.a' 1.71. C-kI'I) Iwe.11
Exclusive Ford Dealers' cars sold under this plan, are Renewed salary as Pbrel.d c.t... 3./f
I was one of her friends she proudly Cbbew NsrwM t.:.. Pk.leplay fns
to definite specifications set told me of her good luck. ..'. w_UrCaumvr LSO Pp.w4.1 "".w Lao
R & G Plan Now Makes It lp e ...... t 1'ra 1.11 Msah.aks tats
: up by the Fcr 1 Factory, and Guaranteed I congratulated her os her good D.u..a.se tats: == $a.... M.ublr.' 1.21olat. :
fortune and in a few the P.ufrr 1.....t 1.71 ladle. II... (C.oob.t.a1)-) it::
very days
Sale To A Used Carl I in writing by u* on a r_ l......., a Tv- 1.ee Wdb..k W.........
Buy money-
so negro mall carried proudly told me PleW .... awes LII II...... .1 ........ fOfaw
back basi he also had gotten a raise In .. ara_ LfS............ f.o.
pay ROB --11-- IN ....... "T a.DO
and on Inquiring how much he got How.Ho.uhold. wan Ocudoa_ L.s SU.. _. .
The day is past when you had to We'd like to have you look over I was shocked to learn that he was Ma
take anybody's word for used car our R & G stock t\\\\\ \ now. You'llvalueeven getting more per month than the Utorarr WMkly taws .as..so T.era..lal... '-.Taed.g.Mogadu fats t.7.

principal of one of our grammar NaCaII' ........... Lao w_'. wok 1.rr
ours. Today can find an unusually wide of
you range Eveiy HfcCJ used ear and truck schools, worked twelve months per

choose a used car with the same makes and body types including has b..n Renewed to fpeciiictions year and with the prospect of retiring ,

confidence that you would "have in many late models. All have been laid down by the Ford on pension after working ass draft era. tsar
until a certain age. He brings our
electing' a new one. priced low for quick sale. And each Motor Company, and is fully mail. Gentlemen:

For this new kind of protection of them represents a value thatcan't Guaranteed in writing on a The teachers in fact hold the I enclo. ._for which please send rne I

you can thank the exclusive, Ford be duplicated for quality and "Gm'.BACK basis.ITCITTi hands.destiny She of It our Is who country Instills In the best her the magazines' I hay. chtcked together with s I

i i Dealer' R&G Plan. All of our used guaranteed satisfaction there is in our future men and wo- O year subscription to your newspaper I

j 1I men. If we have I
a better country IrI '
or government la the future Name

, I than we have today It is because :

I our children will be better prepared Street or R. F. D I

1 / I b :, Ct'n''Ii'C than we are today and the rea- Town and State I

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that we have better teachers to- rtltimlleteaaretseere.-ttl0--

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t t I fir,t I 'Bradford County High School Journal

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, (EDITORIAL STAFF High School Will Vote SocietyHarriet I Reflections Of ABasketball HONOR ROLLTwelfth :

, EDITORINCHIEFVIRGINIA For Best Girl CitizenThe Edna Pearce Guard Grndn :1
[ FUGATEN Bishop and Grace ArwocHi. Madeline Crosby, [ ELEMENTARY ECHOES ]
went to Jacksonville Sunday. Irene Davis Mantle Hemingway
,I LITERARY EDITOR good citizenship Pilgrimage I I Lillian Stump went to High (By Harriet Benson) Lois Judd Margie McMillan: Lois

1 tloiI I II HEMINGWAY sponsored by the national society. Springs, Friday. In a game with a rather tough Moore Rosa Mae Howe. Oleta
> team, the other day, I was, be- SECOND GRADE MTl'DIKS
Daughters of the American Revolution Lillian Moseley spent the week- Smith, Ailie Ethel 7th. Graders Note
Sponholtz Taylor -
I I. SOCIETY EDITOR was launched in Florida last end in Jacksonville. lieve It or not, sent In for substi Hilda FEBRUARY' CHARACTERS

RIED KILLINGSWORTH year and again this! year. Daugh- Hazel Moore spent Saturday In tution. I reported to the timekeeper Wyrick. I Local Safety HazardsThe

EXCHANGE EDITOR ters of the "'American Revolution Jacksonville.The and like a good little girl goingto Eleventh tirade I We are studying the most interesting -

MARGIE MCMILLAN throughout the State are being following boys attended the ask permission to play a game Doc WainwrIght, Carol White things In the lives of five seventh grade pupils have a

t asked to sponsor High Schools air show at Camp Foster near I trotted over the to the referee.I L. O. Jones, Ancll Futch Janie I famous men, who were born in workbook called "Safety on the
SPECIAL, REPORTERLOIS felt as a doomed prisoner does, February Highways." It gives us pointerson
.... { where there are DO chapters in order Jacksonville Sunday: May Quarles, Margaret Davidson,
JUDDEDITOR'S that one more girl from the i Phillip Manassa Billy Long. Junior when I heard the shrill cry of the Bill Long. Silhouettes Washington and safety and Is very Intere tlng.

l'' Senior class of that High School Adkins Harold Bishop, Tommy referee's whistle; I was actually !, Lincoln with their birthplaces have In one part It asked to locate some

MESSAGE might enter the contest. The Rltch. i going In the game! Tenth tiradeHazel been made. engineering projects which would

Daughters of the American Revo- Billy Long spent Saturday in : As the other guard left, limpingand Brown, Mary Edwards: We have written short stories of solve highway traffic problem

TRUTHis lution stand for education for ; Jacksonville. I tired from her hard game, I Ruth Murthee, Lorenn Rosier, Edison and Valentine, too. Mrs. The classes were to go around and

character building and good citi- Harriet Benson spent the weekend went over to take her place. It was Martha Wells. Biggs. find some hazard which they

'- not always easy to speak zenship. The contest will be voted in Gainesville.! I then that I saw the forward I was Irene Yarbrough, Loryee Phillips ..- thought could be removed or fixed.

ruth. We are tempted to lie, on In Bradford High School this _-- -A-_ ____ to guard. Ah, that forward! I be- Lorraine Hartman, Sydney JI.F.IESTAUIU'F.I.: At once they got to work and

a glaAy a when we have done some- week and the winner of the good Junior Party Plans gan at the ground and my eyes Griffis, Harriet Benson. Mrs.\ Biggs and Mrs. Rltch give many projects were foiintl Some

I Citizenship Pilgrimage will be announced traveled on till I a very Interesting chapel program of them were that the tree at cer-
.. wrong an dare getting out of up they were so 0-AW
m i \ y telling: a falsehood. It is February 22. The came Nearing CompletionLast tired, I wanted to go to sleep. As S, Rivers, Leland Sponholtz, Thursday which was enjoyed by tain corners In Starke. should be

dt better and easier In the of the winner will be sent to the my head went back and my eyes Milo Sponholtz Dorothy Crosby all. Mrs. Biggs directed the sing 1 kept trimmed since It Is almost impossible
state supervisor March 11. Tuesday Frances Peek, heart took and ing which consisted of the following to see another car com
ii 3;:to tell the truth, for when we.u6e up my a leap, ran Dempsey Sapp, Claude Hazen
RIh |L are apt to injure someone The rules for the good citizen- president of Junior Class called a like a scared rabbit to the bottomof Jack Halle songs: "America" "Onward ing. Another said something about
Snookey Corponlng,
meeting In Mr. Benson's room. The the curve going to Kingsley Lake.In .
feet. Christian Soldiers" and "Father of
Pilgrimage are: my
t/ICiij/i and we're sure to Injujre our. Ferol Jones, Carolyn Keen, Mary
class completed the plans for the the Land We' Love" Mrs Rltch! the future we may not have any
des by acquiring the bad habit A--Dependability. Junior-Senior Then, my attention was called Lorraine Stockwel). Louise Stern.
party. Everyone is from led In the Flag Salute, The Lord's highway problems, if we all cooperate
;P$ ng Let us cultivate the hab- I, Punctuality. the forward to an even more
very enthusiastic about the plans,
ft apt truthfulness constant efforts fact- the ball 7-A Prayer and announced the follow- In
by distressing was goIng observing safety regula
2. Truthfulness which to be
are kept a secret from numbers
Do not lie at all even for a into play! Thai was a time to Margie Mathews, rtlvers Hund ing which were given by tions.
the Seniors. We know it will be
3. a second
We will be rewarded by thelROlkrig Loyalty. be scared because that forward ley, Enos Hayes. grade pupils:
big success. -Buddy "
within ourselves and the re- 4. Self-control. was the most flighty I have ever 7th-B 1. A playlet which portrayedthe i"
Party committee is:
>>p Ct ,and admiration of all our B-Service. seen. She began to go forward, Carrie Bell Bennett, Geraldine lives of Edison, Lincoln, and St. I

'friend I, Cooperation. Program chairman-Ella Mae then she changed her mind and Silcox. I Valentine after which the pupils Third Grade ,,

----A. Manning; Refreshment chairman went backward. After she had were asked to guess whom they Raymond Parker

T VOHTS FOR TilE WEEK 2. Courtesy. Frances Peek; Special chairman kept this up for some time, I got 'B. H.DefeatedHigh were. Miss Hlnaon, Teacher. I
3. Respect for proper authorityand Vernle Phillips; Decoration chairman disgusted and Third I ran between her 2.
I legs A St Valentine !Song by
tin ..0;. art Help of yourself work.Z by. making a the right of others. Lillian Stump; Novelty and got the ball. Springs Tourney pupils from Mrs. Rltch's room. Leon Gray, Bradley Gleger, Mar-
your chairman Hazel Es-
Leadership. -Ancll Futch. vin Montgomery, Fields
Ah, that ball! Those smooth and I Mr. Gray announced that we
: The man who loses his opportunity i The boys basketball team at-
I, Imagination. Invitation Chairman-Doc Wain- ,I ther Grlffls, Mary Lee Overstreet. 1
| loses himself. 2. Command of the goodwilland wright. yet dirty sides, and its perfect tended the High Springs Tournament would have a half holiday, Fridayas Miss Hazen, Teacher ,
SJ Is roundness was almost astounding! 12th and 13th. Fri- the Bradford County Teacherswere
Dependability the real key for others. We all the to February '
respect urge juniors --
pay It angered me though when fellow afternoon to have a meeting at that
8Uccees. my day the boys defeatedthe
3. The bent to lead. their dues as soon as possible. I Third tirade
4,' Good luck will help a man Patriotism. Carol White, players got insistent and want- LaCrosse team 23 to 9. Sat time
Alvin Crewt, Bernice Cooper,
q r the ditch if he jumps hard. 1. Interest and in. ed the ball. Finally, I passed the urday the tournament adjourned to --- --.---
pride family,
Lavetta Griffis, Agnes Lewis,
!I,5' It is only in action that wearoe school, community and nation B. H. S. Boys Lose ball to a girl In a red suit on the I the University of Florida gym. HONOR ROLLFirst Joyce Prevail, Irene Stewart
r the power to grow : other end of the court and she There the China Tung 011 team of

-- 2. Willingness. to sacrifice self To Jackson Team tinned around and dropped It In a LaCrosse defeated us in the semifinals Grads Mrs. Roberts Teacher.

I| funny basket. I never have decided 27 to 20 In spite of all the
|'Now For A Smile for them.Eligibilty Audrey Ann Prevail, Billy Fourth Grade
Tigers make fourth quarter rallyto why she did that but
everyone good playing our boys Smith, Emma Jane Beasley. Ona
: Only girls with
pass- win by 19-15 score. seemed to like It. The teams Betty Hayes Dorothy Williams
attending were: High
OIlS "Say, what' does this Ing grades in the Senior class of a Demorest, Ruth Johnson Janette
missed victory Miss Edwards Teacher
High boys After the game had gone on In school teams from ,
Newberry Priest
Claude Johns Elizabeth
High School in the list of Florida
i? Someone just called
up by four points last Friday an uninterseting fashion, for some Starke, Alachua Lacrosse
accredited High Schools eli- High Cox, June Bell, Joe Monteith, Paul I
said are
you couldn't come" toIrk gible. night against a fast clicking Jack- time, the girl I was guarding got Springs, the University of'Florlda' Canova, Rebecca Simpson, Odes- Fourth Grade

because you were sick. son B team. the ball, I pride myself on Imitat- team and La Crosse F. F. A. team sa Thomas, Shirley Gloria Price, Oleeta Green, Mack
6 {{ 11 11 in Montgomery,
mployee: joke's on him. The game was very close from ing, so I did what I had seen othersdo. Fulch, Bobby Biggs, Edna Mae
q Leroy Harrell Edith
a i ]wasn't supposed to call up un- High School ChapelIs start to finish, the score being 2-2 I got squarely In front of her LOST ANI FOUNDMr. Mrs. Klncald, Teacher. Moseley, Carl Crumpler, Gene

8 tomorrow! Friday AfternoonThe at the end of the first quarter The and began to throw my arms at Howard lost his pipe In Noegel, Roberta Whltfled, Mary

Tornadoes got to work and held her--both of them. It didn't seem Green Cove several nights back Pint. tirade", Rather Crews, Bryan Harrell, Dale

'oor old Hiram. He went up to I Jackson scoreless! the second quarter to do much good, but I kept it up F'OUND--by Virginia Fugate a Miriam Cherry ,
high school bad their week- Hornsby, Marjorie Manning
York determined to make his leading 10-2 at the half. from force of habit But that forward boy she thinks she likes. We won Hazel Adkins, Teacher.
ly assembly, last Friday, the sixth Hanky Morgan, Myrtlce
f une pulling some skin games onocent I i During the third quarter, with gave me such a dirty look der? Warren.

: strangers. However, the period. I the Tigers gaining, the Tornadoes I that it startled me, and I stepped LOST by Randolph QUIt I'll'S the Fifth Grade

(at fellow he tried to sell the Everyone rose and repeated the I I were able to lead at the end 1310. back just as she threw the ball and ability to think. Ruby Lilley Teacher. Hilda Yantz, Elnora Bennett,

,' klyn Bridge to turned out tobe.the Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute in The fourth quarter was almost I Intercepted it. Yes, truly, I''' intercepted FOUND by Dan Hazen one emblem tint. ilitule Merwyn Boyntan, Betty Harden-

.+ owner, and If I hadn't paid concert. Then the program was \I entirely Jackson, although our boys that pass. of purity pen belonging to Bill Underhill Bobby Hall brook, Georgia Gelpln KeffeaPills.
,'\tifl ten"doJJar.'to keep quiet,' then turned over to the second grades. kept them on their toes. Ah. once moral had the ball. The : Miriam Guy, but he does, not wishto Cora Bell Jones, Mildred Howard. .

would have had him-arrested.! First number by Miss Hogsed'sroom I Although our boys lost they thrill was so great that for a moment return. Madgo Middleton Teacher. Mrs. Howard, Teacher.
: Two boys showed the improvements played a good, fast game. Randolph I forgot myself. When the I FOUND by Edna Pearce. The *

i BrJimmy, I wish you'd learn bet- made by Thomas Alvin Quarles was high scorer for glamour of the crowd brought me I way to ruin a blue skirt. By pressIng Second-tiradeWilliam Fifth Grade
Edison. Second number by Mrs.Biggs' I the Tornadoes with six points, and back another sound interrupted with an Iron that Is too hot.
Hnr table manners; you're a regu- Andrews, Roy Drlskell, Donald Bagwell, Joe English,
IMr little room, read a poem-and the i excited some of the fans when he my blissful musings. It was the I FOUND by Frances Peek one John KInlaw
pig at the table. Shirley Judd, William O'Neal, Mary Jo Caldwell,
audience guessed who the man was made one of those shots on the referee's whistle-the game was very sentimental Valentine Who
jjDeep silence on Jimmy's part. So Franklin Young, Lucile Alvarez, Marjorie Davis, Kathleen Stock-
-Lincoln. Third number by Mrs. I I II sent it?
fly. over.
Blither.' In order to impress him Rltch's room telling about'St. Val- Gay Drlnkcl, Marjle Yantz. well, Fay Yarbrough.Mrs. .

adore, added: "I say, Jimmy, doJpu entine. I I Kitty Hogned, Teacher. Hart, Teacher.
know what a little pig is?" -

4 I"Yes, sir," replied Jimmy :Mr. Gray made announcementsabout f LOB IDA -HIGHLIGHTStoe# ,,,,, Second Grade. Sixth Grade
famous birthdays in February J" ""
Weekly. "It's a hog's little boy." Billy Benson, Robert Conway, Nina Bishop, Gloria Bishop Shirley
An went to
Eddy I Herbert Drew, B. C. Holtzemloif, Colley Ida Lulu Davis, Doro-

IK."Here's something queer," said Hartman for winning three first Harvey Hudson, Jim Frank Jordan, thy Lee Johns, Patsy Keen, Betty
and to the school
prizes brought
' he dentist who had been drilling 6riT: Barney McRae, Mildred Edwards, Marshburnt Julia Frances Stewart.
third prize from the State Fair at .
b Junior's tooth. "You said that Ruby Green, Joyce Moore, Shirley Mrs. Searing Teacher. j

bis tooth had never been filled, but Tampa. Ann Noegel, Mary Weldon, Merry I. .

find flakes of gold on the point ofbe WE WONDER WHY! Winkler Mary Lou Yarbrough. i Sixth Grade
Mrs. H. C. Rltch
drill. Teacher Joe Andrews, JImmie Griffla.
H Junior: "I knew it, I knew It No one had their Home Science Richard Jackson, Richard Woodward -

rou struck my back collar button." outline Monday. Second tirade Retha Geiger Sara Bare-

Grace and Margaret had such a .-- David Hunter Louise Edwards, foot, Doris Mae Gaffney, Violet

H BIOGRAPHY OF good time at the game Friday Leslie Bradley, Esther English, Johnson, Margaret Silcox, Onle

K RANDOLPH QUARLES night. : Velma Connor. !Mae Starling, Clarice Thomas.

H Randolph Quarles, the only son Doshla and Edna were so scared : Mrs. Biggs, Teacher.. Mrs Wainwright, Teacher \\
Saturday. -----
Bf Mr J. R. Quarles, was born in -- -- -- ------ '
' Btrodker Katie and Roscoe fussed Sunday, ; ooao GUESS AGAIN BIOGRAPHY OF i [
Florida, November 18, .
Clarice's heart throbbed Sunday, ::.. A well-known girl In the senior EULA MAE OVAL
Er18' Harriet got a new permanent. .. class Is the subject of our guessing.She .
t He is five feet six inches tall andHjvelghs During the last months of the
Elaine has
the show black
enjoyed Sunday curly hair and
one hundred and forty-five afternoon. 'I sK bangs, lively black eyes and la an world war in the small southern

Hpounds. He has brown eyes andRight '.\\ WlC7clA all-round good-looking girl. She town Mr and Mrs Willis Dyal

brown hair. WHAT WOfLD HAPPEN IF plays basketball and plays well. were the very proud parents of a

|j It seems that Randolph has done I I \ phJVrIOF1r I've told you enough-Who Is she? little girl who came into their
Patsy didn't have her lessons
Ife great deal of moving during his ery day. eV'j I \ \ Answer-Grace A r wood.HAT home. After a long time her parents '

previous! years. When he was twoIwnonths --r--.- decided to name her Eula
Miriam hadn't missed school :
old: his parents moved toKMlaml Monday. \\ UOCLJ) IIAPI'KN 1F Mae. When Eula Mae was just be-

where they resided for sixKears. Everyone knew his shorthand ginning to crawl they decided to
Katie hadn't to church Sunday
They then moved back to gone : one morning move to Palatka. Immediately
night. at-
Brooker for one year after which Vonda were to be on time for ter they arrived she was
The seniors didn't think they
H they returned to :Miami again r. first period class very ill. Kula Mae soon recovered

where he entered the third grade, were dignified. We dldn t have to make book reports and had to learn to crawl again.

(although It was not his will be- I Mrs. Carpenter missed one dayat > When Eula Mae was three yearsof
school. '
|'|tause! he had to be made to go to I r1 The juniors were not busy lookIng age they moved back to Starke,
I All the girls weren't singing i I
!,choot. Randolph went through the Love." for money making ways Florida She waa a very good lit
|sixth grade !In Miami. He then en- "Goodnight tle she
I --- e-- girl; was always smiling.
Clarice and didn't fuss.
tered the seventh in Fort Pierce Jimmy I \\OILI1 HB HIPPY IFj Hula Mae started to school at a

where they had recently moved. EXCHANGE. Some one would do my home little country school near Starke. +

They, not being satisfied, moved : work for me Artford and Dash in. She finished the first nix grades

hack to their home In Brooker and We'd have" another basketball there and unfortunately the school
Bantered Randolph in Bradford tournamentNlram.. house burned and because of the

HCounty High School In Starke, a little less each day, I could get over the effects of lack of school funds the school

Florida. Study a little more each day, that dreadful Jacksonville game.- consolidated with B. H S. She has

B Randolph spent three months in And you will find along your way, $t11b-t iff Edith Row been atttending this school since

-Miami this past lummer. At the Your burden growing lighter. ''B'1!>,WAS1\\ I didn't have to go to class: at and she Is one of the most out-

Beginning of school he enrolled in u.n.tt allN.. T.People standing seniors. Eula Mae Is

the senior class at Miami High but Make yourself more bright each 'e>, t g" would learn to appreciate anything but Indolent. She la very j
the school being so large made It day ; 00 =, e my jokes-Robert Jackson. temperate. Eula Mae Is liked by I

I difficult to get acquainted with the Have a smile for people that pass OOS I could get In the mood-Billy all of her classmates and teachers

I students cr/ g r Long because of her cooperation and willingness.
so he came back to Bradford your way MAC" '
High where be knew he had Let your teacher have the right of ; ----. ,

F many friends to welcome him into way CALENDAR OF EVENTS Eula Mae wants to teach school I

I the senior class.Randolph Then your burden will be lighter. I Monday, Feb. 22: when she finishes school. The senior

I baa played on the B! Student- Government; claM wishes her all the success

H. S., basketball team for the past Make brotherly fellowship your FLORIDA claims the distinction of producing a a detachment of the regular Army, to keep pease B. H. S. Faculty Meet; possible.

three years and is one of the beat! code, larger quantity of CELERY during the faIt between the settlers and hostile Indian*. I.**ted Washington Program -Mildred Brown.

athletes in Bradford High. He is And as you go in life's road. winter and spring than any other state! In 1933 on Tampa Bay in the lower harbor of te ally of Tuesday, Feb. 23: -

also one of the outstanding work Some other will be helping to bear aDd 193 (latest available figures) Florida produced Tampa it figured in many historical inrkiet. The B. H. S. Journal Club. ha fewer citizens
ers of the office force. your load, a total of 3,621,000 crates of celery for a Post was named for Col. George Brook, and here Beta Club, Feb. 24: than It had 2,000 years ago. I
burden's ;
Then lighter.
Hia likes are swimming, basket- your valuation of 14,945,00000, while California, seon it was that his distinguished son, John Merest Glee Club.Thursday .

ball and other sport Let falling grades take no toll,
Randolph plans to attend college Of the ambition of your soul tot. a valuation of $3,5 J 8,000.00. Florida's prinrlj become famous ai the designer of the armored Elementary Chapel. corrected with glasses. !' "

and major in law. And in time you'll reach your goal. >al celery acreage Is centered around the upoclatxe "Merrimac." It was also from Fort Bronlo that Friday Feb. 26: + i

May he have all the good luck With your burden lighter "l section; of Sanford, Ovieoo: Manatee and the gallant Major Dade and! t.I.! command msrh.d Show: Hidden Harvest. Newark N, J.. said i to have

obtainable In climbing the ladderof As composed by saresota.OLD:;I when massacred by the Seminoles under Akaaopy: Longfellow Program; the busiest airport In the world.

success. i William Murray FORT" BROOKE: was never a fortification Basketball GameLake But- Nearly BOO passengers arrive and

s- -il.ittIi Hemingway Senior of '37 ...... bat merely! a military. J>.' area ** a station f o L ler.there, depart daily.t .


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Mrs E. S. Matthews Is I Many -A tte diis-tri ; DISTINGUISHED VISITORMRS. I -- -- I son. Neal, spent Sunday- etrerno----,:

Honoree At Luncheon Woodman CircleConvention with Mr. and Mrs. Bddi.
Party '
j here of Thereosa. 11'11
,3jjiletyjJ Mrs. H. B. McLendon was a de- Walter
: Underbill and
lightful hostess at one o'clock The North Central District Convention RECIPESOF made a business n I '
I' trip too :
Tuesday with a surprise luncheon of the Supreme Forest ,I Ii ville Saturday."s I" :,
! party given In honor of her mother Woodmen Circle met in Starke
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who celebrated Tuesday In regular session with Owen Register of st :.M,",,
W. M. S. Meeting MondayThe BRADFORD COUNTY Sunday
+ W. M. U. MeetingAt her birthday anniversary at that the local Grove as hostess The i Brooks. afternoon xvm, ,'

Church MondayThe Woman's Missionary Sod time. Woman's Club house was beautifully J HOUSEWIVESDate
ety of the Methodist Church met Calendulas, sweetpeas, and roses decorated for the occasion .- -- -
Royal Service Program and Monday afternoon at the church were used artistically In decorat- with red roses and spiraea Fern j r "Alice," the elephant

the business meeting of the Baptist and held a business and devotional ing the home. The dining room and bamboo were used In the back Nut Pie Bronx zoo: takes 150 "
W M. U. held at the |
with !
A valentine
meeting.In table was centered with an exquisite ground. large .
church: Monday afternoon. I've had several! requests for hay, fifteen loaves ,or ,
the absence of the presidentand arrangement of pink rose buds, the Inscription: "Hearty Greetings recipe for date nut pie. So I'm i ana pall of bran mixed
The devotional wan led by Mrs vice-president the meetingwas sweetpeas, and splrea in a blue ." hung: over the stage The sure you're glad to sea it. This every day. !
A- M. Darby President. The topic presided over by Mrs. W. E. bowl. Pink tapers In blue candle convention was opened by District .a is a favorite of many-especial- .
j pie
was "TJie New Day Begins," Acts President, Mrs. Vlrgle Flynn. and
Middleton, leader of circle num- sticks balanced the center arrangement ly of the men. This recipe was given :::::-
II. ber one. An interesting letter was Place cards marking the Vice President, Mrs. Nellie San- N to the Telegraph by Mrs. H. B. -
Mrs. Darby also conducted the read from Miss Ruth Cook who Is places of the guests were held by ders, of Palatka The Ocala and
business; meeting, in which regular a missionary In Seoul, Koreo. The dainty little dolls dressed in pink. Starke degree staff formed a floral
}: business was trammeled, with reports letter was written to Miss Vir- Enjoying the party with Mrs. center for the officer's drill and the 1 cup of dates SUWANNEE
from officers and committee; ginia Maxwell, who was a classmate Matthews and Mrs. McLendon Introduction of State and National j ; ; t. 4 r 1 cup of nuts
chairmen.: of Miss Cook's at Scarrett were Mia. H. M. Richard :Mrs. I officers. State officers presentwere 1 cup of powdered sugar

The program was In charge of Training School in Nashville. Miss E. Middleton, Mrs. G. W. I the following: Miss Myrtle O. 2 eggs (separate) STORES

Circle No. 2, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Ruth Dlggs, who formerly lived of Lawtey, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, W'I I Crump, National Assistant Attendant DESSIE GREENGRAIIAJI : 2 tablespoonfus of flour I e
3 teaspoonfuls of baking powderMix .
leader. The topic was "The Jew" here with her parents, the Rev. 'T. J. Griffin of St. Augustine, and State Manager, Tampa;
and Mrs. A. E. Wall gave a most and :Mrs. J. C. Diggs Is teaching in Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. Bessie Green, State Treasurer sugar end yolks of eggs. SPECIALS
interesting and Instructive talk Seoul with Miss Cook. --..... I Live Oak: Mrs__ _Rtiln___ _Ball..ntln.__n______. I IHr. Add whites well beaten. Then add atRICE
The subject was ably handled and During the devotional period Valentine Party I State Musician, Gainesville; Miss ., L. C. Smith, C.*r.........f I dates and nuts. Mix flour and

was much enjoyed by all present. Miss Olive Ray talked on a chapter For Young PeopleMiss Ella Mae Strickland, State Junior Funeral services were held at the baking powder. Bake one-half a Pound"h 22c 1
Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mission from the new book entitled "The Supervisor. Lake Butler; Mrs. A. Graham Baptist Church Sunday at hour in pie plate In a slow oven and a
Study chairman, will conduct Mary Lorraine Stockwell C. Strickland, Past State Presidentand serve like pie with whipped cream. 3
a Radiant Heart by Costen Harrell. 3 p. m. for Mr. O. W. Dyal. 72, who
study class Friday Feb. 28, at the O- entertained several of her friends local Grove Sponsor, Lake died early Saturday morning at his SUGAR

home of Mrs. J. H. Lord. Covered Marcus Brown Celebrates last Saturday afternoon at the Butler; Mrs. Vonda Inman, National home near here, with Rev. Hicksof .HAMPTON 5 Pound. ___________ 25c
dish luncheon at noon. home of her parents, :Mr and Mrs. Representative, S tar ke.
Birthday Tuesday C. L. Stockwell, with a delightful These ladles were escorted over a Waldo officiating, assisted by MI. Ada \lm io, Cowttmfvmtrmt::
The silver tea which was plan- Rev. L. G. cf Starke. Dunn's
Little Marcus Brown celebratedhis Valentine party.A bridge with a trellis of poinsettias, Hemingway Rev. A. J. Travis will preach at Sliver Standard
ned for this week has been
postponed to the stage from where :Mr. Dyal was a life-long residentof Christian Church SWEET CORN, 2 cans 19c j
till next Wednesday, Feb. fourth birthday Tuesday after- color scheme of green and purple they were the next Sunday ja
24, at the home of Mrs. Ethel noon at three o'clock with a party, I was effectively used in decorating given grand honors. this county and for many yearsa morning and evening.
Biggs. I given at the home of his parents, the home for this occasion. The The chaplain gave the invoca member and deacon of the Bap- Mrs. Jessie Mae Sparkman of NORLEE'S FRUIT __

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown.A dining room table was centered tion. The Attendant brought the tist Church. I Waldo, was the guest of her mother COCKTAIL 2 No 1 ran 25c

To Pray For Peace color scheme of red and white with an artistic arrangement of flag of the United States of Am- Surviving him are, five sons: Mrs. C. M. Dennison. Iap"
was carried out In the decorationsand spring flowers. erica Into the hall with a beautiful Truman Dyal, Brooker; Wesley Irving -I Mrs. Della Dyal has returned to
The following program for the refreshments. The dining room Several contests were held and and impressive ceremony. and Lee Dyal, Graham; and her home here from Pompano, TALL ail
MILK 3 for ____ 20c
"Day of Prayer for World Peace", table was overlaid with a white the lucky winners were awarded There were seventy-six delegates Truby Dyal, Waldo. Six daugh- where she has been the guest of nnh
was carried out at the Baptist cloth, and was centered with a novel prizes. Another feature of from other Groves at the afternoon ters,: Mrs. Essie Wasdln. Waldo; her daughter, Mrs. Earl Saxon.
Church last Friday at 10 o'clocka birthday cake adorned with lighted the afternoon was the exchanging session. Sixty-two dollars Mrs. Annie HIlliard, Trilby; Mrs. Those who attended the Semiannual SMALL:

m. red taperi. Each guest received of Valentines.The were donated towards furnishinga Mlttle Hlllard, Pompano; Mrs. Lola meeting of the Santa Fe Riv- MILK 3 for __________ lie
Prayer-Mrs. A. Wood; Scrip- a red and white ball as a favor. hostess served a delicious room In the Sherman, Texas Stokes, New River; Mrs. Gladys er Associational Sunday School -
ture reading-.Mrs. Edward Burns; After playing many delightful salad course to the following I.I Home for the aged.members of the Strickland, and Mrs. Ruby Britt, Department at the First Baptist STALEY'S vEc

7 Short Talk-Mrs. B. M. Montgomery games the honor guest and his guests: Misses Marlon and Helen Woodmen Circle, and charity for Ocala. Two sisters: Mrs. Fannie Church of Gainesville were: Rev.A. STARCH, 4 for __ ___ ,IOC-
; War and what great warriors friends were served rainbow ice Dowling, Betty Green, Margaret local needs. Every Grove reported Brown, Cocoa, and Mrs. Lula Edwards u -
have cream and cake. Jean Davis Loral Bennett J. Turner, pastor of the First
to ,
say about It--Mrs. R. L. Lowry giving to flood relief, both mon- Starke. One brother: Alex
Kemp; Prayer Mrs. H, H. Young; Those enjoying the afternoon Carolyn Keen, Julia Winkler, Juan- ey and clothing. Dyal. Cocoa, thirty-four grandchildren Baptist Church of Hampton, Miss ROUNTREE'S SALAD we
Quiet talks on power-Mrs. G. H. with Marcus were Marion Brown, Ita Barefoot, Louise Stem, Snookie Twenty-six members from the and eighteen great-grand Ada Nimmo, Sunday School Super- DRESSING, lta. ______ 25C re:
intendent, Miss Willie Mae Hinson,
Lowry; Solo selected-Mrs. R. J. Kasper Duncan, Marjorie Sue Mid Corpening, Kathleen Stockwell, various Groves in children.
were teacher, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, teacher
Davis Sentence and Mrs. E. J. D wllng. -
; prayers. dleton, Ona Demorest, Florence I initiated into
the order and received Mr. Dyal had not been in good Miss Gladys Rhames, Secretary, RED
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Miss Snookie Corpening the degrees. health for quite a while. Audrey Turner, Murrhee Taylor, SALMON, No. J Tall __ lOC

Entertains At Bunco Mrs Etta O'Barr, of Sparr, gavea I Interment was In Mt. Sinai Cem- Mary Lee Johnson, Geraldine J.
splendid talk on the Junior work etery under the direction of Key- Hall, Alma Hinson, and Alberta O. K.SALT.

FISHING CONTEST Miss Snookie Corpening entertained and what the youth of today demands McCabe Funeral Home, Jackson- and Marie Hinson. S for ___________ 1UC ,
a number of the members of and should have. ville.
P. E. Griffin of Bunnell, and Ver-
the younger set Thursday after- The Starke Juniors with Mrs. die Wall of Pompano, are guestsof tC

noon with a theatre and Valentine Ethel Raymond as their leader, Mrs. R. M. Johnson accompanied H. V. Saxon this week.RISING MOTHER'S
:, NOW ON party, at her home on Walnut St. gave an appropriate program with by :Mrs. Hattie Prescott and son, i COCOA. Lb.9c; 2 Ibs. lOC t
The guests met at 3:30: o'clock and Mrs J. H. Benson at the piano.
George, spent a days with
attended the local theatre. The State Manager, Miss Crump,
:Mrs. Johnson's sister at Long- Miss Edna
THREE BIG PRIZES After the picture Snookie and was presented with numerous wood. Lewis CorrespondentElder New Bulk Garden

S her friends returned to her home gifts. S. J. Akers of Fender, Ga.,
Seed. See for
Mr. and Mrs. Averner Padgettand us
where they were served refresh- The State Manager In her talk spent Friday night with Mr. and
daughter, Averllne, returned
ments consisting of Valentine complimented Mrs. Inman's Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
i REGISTER NOW. cookies, sandwiches, and hot tea. the district and stated ..I at workIn her ing last several week from weeks Tampa there.T. after. spend- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Conner and Beans, Corn, Peas, s

Miss Kitty Hogsed assisted the district was the1':outstanding dis- children of Heilbronn, spent Sun- Chufas Peanut Seed
young hostess In entertaining her trict In the state In insurance, and K. McClane, Jr.:county a'gent day with Mr. and Mrs. W. C,, Conner ,
guests who were as follows: Misses fraternal activities. of Starke, was a business visitor in Cobbler and Red

Ask Us About Rules Margaret Lowry, Helen and Marion i The Lake Butler Grove invited our section Wednesday. Mrs. N. C. Mott and children of
_ Dowling, Sadie Prince of the the district to meet with them In I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Abernathyare Brooker, spent the week-end with Bliss Potato Seed.
State Farm, Jean Davis, Mary Lor- I June for the annual meeting. The the proud parents of a baby her mother, Mrs. E. J. Lewis. ,
raine Stockwell, and Loarl Bennett. girl born Feb. 5.
SPONSORED BY Invitation was accepted. The clos I I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and

: ing celemony was very impressive. I Ii -... ----- -. - .,
The native population of Australia -I ___ ... ....JPIII '
i Preceding the night session, Mrs. - -- .,;;.
CANOVA PHARMACY has declined from about 300-
Inman entertained
the officers of
000 In 1788 to 62,000 in 1930. .' NEW FL.4. GAL Giant 6tringlese 60 L11.S.
the Order at a dinner in the Mag-
I STARKE FLA. Brown, George Brown Moore and nolia Cafe. The long banquet table : SYRUP i 37c GREEN'S
George Roberts of Lawtey.Mrs. was beautifully decorated with e BEAN SEED $5.10
Brown was assisted In caring spring flowers and fern. Fifty-

-- for the guests by Mrs. H. C. two members were present. a S
Brown and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.WANTED The evening seslon was called to TORE
order by Mrs. Inman with a program FRESH MULLET

t,, 9 as follows: ,". RICE 5 Ibs. 24c CASH CARRY
Song "America," by Assembly, K FISH Lb. 8e
Mr. J. H Benson at piano. STAR E, FLA. ,.

If Invocation, Mr. C. C. Collins,
Head Council of Florida of San-I PORK dr

Frank ford.Welcome Landrum.Address, Mayor T.I I COCOA, 2 Lbs. lOc BEANS, 16-oz. ScLARD

Response, Mrs. Alia Rimes I JEWEL
Strickland, Lake Butler. ROUND STEAK lb. 20c
STRAWBERRIES FOR COLD PACK Song and Dance, (Some of These I Lb. 121fc

Days) Little Miss Dena Lee FRESH PORK

Will I contract with growers in Bradford County for all the berries they Knight Reading, Lake and Butler.dance, (Black face) PRINCE ALBERT, can __ IOc SAUSAGE, Lb. __ _____ 25c

can harvest from their own fields from May 1st to June 10th. 1937. Will Miss Louise Dyer and Louis Pearceof I BEST WHITE
pay 3c per pound net (Cups and Crates returned) for U. S. No. 1 Berries Lake Butler.

packed l loose in 32 Quart Hinge Top Crates, Berries to be delivered at Ship- Junior Graduation, Miss Ernesi MILK tall l can 7c BACON Lb. 19c
Andreu, Miss
Ruby McCann,
ping Wharf in Lawtey. Same to be inspected and weighed by Federal Inspector Starke and Ocala I ,

or by J. S. Norman T. L. Wainwright F. H. Carradine C. R. White- Miss Myrtle Crump, ,sponsored State Manager by MACARONI 3 Pk gs. lOc CHUCK ROAST OR

head. T. T. Blackburn or J. S. Eunice who will work under supervision of and Mrs. Bessie Green, Tampaand -- STEAK, Lb. ._________ 1212cSUGAR
the Federal Inspector.If Live Oak.Fraternal .

Berries pass inspection the growers will be paid in cash for net. Address, Judge A. Z.Adkln. 5 Lbs. 25c nnLOGNA
I. pounds at rate of 3 cents pound. Those ..
per wishing to contract to sell their SAUSAGE
entire of surplus Berries after Mrs. J. R. Davis and John Pow- Lb. 121/c
i crop shipping season is over will please get SALT
I in touch with ell sang a delightful duet, "WhenI Pkg. 3c
your choice of above weighers$ and sign contracts. All .
con ---
Grow Too Old To Dream..
4, tracts must be made and signed not later than March 15th, but to be sure Hula Hula Dance; Miss Dorothy IIF.RITA NECK BONES 3 Lbs. 25c
i that you can contract ;your berries at this price ;you should sign up as soon Faxon, Starke, accompanist J. H.
as possible as we cannot pay this price except to those contracting the first Benson. 3 Loaves 25c REEF

600 acres. Fancy Dance,. Miss Mary Louise : STEW Lb. lk!

After the first 600 acres have been contracted for we will contract for Libby, Starke. the BO CASPIRIN
an additional GOO acres at 2 He per pound. Tap Dance, Miss Jenloe Powell, .. rOCNTltY ROLL
I 3c I
accompanist, Miss Etta Dean John- _
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Those not contracting will be paid 2c per pound if and we can use them son, Gainesville.Talk RITT'lTR
but we are not binding ourselves to buy any berries except from those signing on Woodman Circle by t WATER GROUND I Lb 32

L Contractor contracts. will be paid $1.00 in cash to bind the contract. Said $1.00 will Miss Presentation Crump. from Miss Crump I MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c pORK

be considered as part payment; and will be deducted from his first deliveries. to Mrs. Lula Hutto for splendid t CHOPS. Lb. 18c
0. J. Phillips at service to the Society. OVART JAR
Lawtey will notarize your contracts free of cost -to you.
l This is the first Closing Song, "Blest Be the Tie PEANUTBUTIER 25c
opportunity that the Bradford County Strawberry That Bind." i ONIONS 3 Lbs lOc

Growers have ever had to dispose of his entire crop of surplus berries at a. Prayer, the Rev. B. M. Montgomery. GROUND D.ULY-Pt."RE ,
1 price that will enable him to continue picking as long as his berries last. .


t LAWTEY LOADING & SHIPPING COMPANY I B, D C. Has MeetingThe 121/c -__ ____ bOcNO.

Wednesday Feb. 17, .at the homeof
j MUses Helen and Marlon Dowl TOMATOES FLAKES 3 for 24c
J. I.. HARRELL, :Manager ing. Miss Snookie Corpening was can 6l/c

sworn Into the club. After an Interesting
Buying for John Dulaney & Sons business meeting

CANNED FOODS ous refreshments were deIlCI.// AGENT FOR

the hostens. ,
Fruitland, Maryland TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
, Wq f Federal officials found that
, many persons making applications QUALITY FERTILIZERS
for old age pensions do not know I
j or remember their mothers' maiden j' BEFORE BUYING


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\ Miss Gertrude fleeting of St Mrs. Annie M. Richard and, Mr*. Mr and Mrs Roy Manura. who accordlan solos by Jo Jenkins. A I pled by Malcolm Mock alao of
I Petersburg will arrive Friday to \l I Morgan Richard of the State have spent the past month herewith tap dance and song by Lillian Williams Brunswick.Mr .

spend the weekend with Mrs. I* A. .Farm, spent Tuesday here at the Mrs Manuru's brother-in-law A recitation and sung by and Mr*. Howard Summers
Bits of Davis home of Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews and sister Mr. und Mrs Titus Olson Betty Joe Webb.Everyone of Ocala were visiting here Sunday -

I I left last Friday for Mounds. reported a nice time as guests of her slater Mr.
Mr and Mrs. A. F. Sauls were Illinois, where their home and placeof und expressed their wish to be Invited and Mrs. Lorle Mott.

visiting Mr. Sauls' sister Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Wall and her brotner, business were submerged duringthe buck I Mr. and Mrs Marvin !lauD of

Nev j Myrtice Hawthorne, in Lake City W. P. Dutton of Nashville, Tcua. recent flood. The seniors from D H. S. presented -' Wildwood and Mr. and Mra. V a-

Sunday. I who has been visiting her .spent their senior. class play, "The co( Hazen and baby of LaCoochee.
i the week-end In Tampa wits relatives Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns Mr. .
Talk of the Town, in the Brooker spent Sunday here as guest of their
_IONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Wilbur A. Scott of Orlando and Mrs. Morgan Darby and John Auditorium Thursday evening parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M flaxen.

ROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN spent the week-end here with his Powell attended the Organist Guild February 11. The proceeds of this E. J. Lewis was a business vis-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Mrs. W.' E. Middleton Mrs. E. program held In the St. John's play were divided between the itor in Starke Friday.
Scot S. Matthews Mrs A. Z. Adkins Episcopal::: Church uf Jacksonvillelast Urooker and! Staike schools... Mr. and Mrs L. L. Parker have

J i and Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Aug- Thursday night This pro Miss Juanita McCauley assisted recently adopted a three monthsold
..- W. Co!. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and ustine spent Friday afternoon in gram was a model of the English ,I by her mother Mrs G R Mc- I II daughter. We hope this venture -
BrfSand Mrs A. H. Johns spent Mrs. J. P. Warren and Mra. High Church Service.
Gainesville.Mr. will bring them much happiness -
in Jack- Merry Beth and Nancy Knight vis- Gauley entertained her Sunday
in Jacksonville N. North were shopping
uondeyr. ited the Ravine Gardens in Palat- -- school class with a party last Sat. ,
sonville Monday. ka Sunday. and Mra. Marion Doss of Mr. and Mrs George B. Flynn I urday night. Many games were
; Wall, Jr., la visiting friends Lake Wales have moved to Starke and family who have been in CI?r. enjoyed after. which the class and
;brdele, Ga"., this week. Frank Pomroy and Tom Barton mont for the few
Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville was and are occupying an apartment past their guests were nerved delicious REAL
of Jacksonville were business visi-I the week-end guest of her sister at the residence of Col. and Mrs.D. I have moved buck to StRI months'l refreshments of cake and fruit
1 [and Mrs L. A. Davis spent tors here Friday. and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. Knight. : are living at the Gray's I Naiad. A large crowd attended the ESTATEIF I'

geJ/gaday in Jacksonville.Materiel I' J. E. Wilson. I Kingsley Lake. Mr. party und all had a nice time.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. E. I road contractor and he will have
Mrs. 'ula, Wig ham and! daugh Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb and YOU WANT TO
Mrs. H. T. Hall spent I L. Matthews in Gainesville.spent Tuesday morn- I Dr. and Airs. W. B. Parks, Miss ter. Ma Ige spent Sunday after I I I his headquarters. here. children and Mr. and Mrs L O. BUY. SELL: OR RENT i

Saturday In Jacksonville, ing Kitty Hogsed. and Snookle Cor- noon in Gainesville visiting Woodrow Hazen and daughter Minnie Lou SEE US-
G. Fraser,
pening I spent Saturday and Sunday Wlgham who is a student at Rt'preeentativedwln spent the week-end In Center Hill
Baker, of Lake Geneva, G. L. Patten of Tallahahsee was In Jacksonville. the University. Baker County visited Senator with friends and relatives
business visitor here Tues- the week-end guest of :Mr, and Mrs.T. Thai'ley E. Johns, Wednesday. WILSONREALTY
W&5 Malcolm Lewis, who Is employed
Fraser, who announced for -
Frank Landrum. representative
day Mr. and Mrs. John Grew of Jack- James Hollingsworth has resigned of Baker County before In Brunswick, Ga. was visitIng CO.
I sonville were recent guests of Mrs. from Emory University and will he was twenty-one years of age I his parents Mr. and Mrs. .1C J
Smith of Jacksonville was I Mrs. Olin White, Miss Etholin Crew's parents Mr. and Mrs. spend the remainder of this year has returned from a recent tour of Lewis, Sunday. He was accompit-
a bob ness visitor here Wednes- White and Charles Savage spent James Lamb. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs K. .
the entire state -------- ------
Saturday in Jacksonville. I C. Hollingsworth.
I3W- Mrs. W.' and
M. Wimberly Herman Lelbowltz president of
Williams of Ta..ahaseeeWUa. Carlos Stammers. Joe Edwards I daughter.Freddie and Mrs. Fran- Mr. and Mrs W. P. Smith spent the Gainesville' Civic Music Club,
<.t business visitor here Wed- Jr., and Elbert Edwards spent ces Guilford spent Tuesday afternoon Sunday in Jacksonville as guestsof has announced that the concert to DAL

1I.e1t44; ,. Sunday in 'Jacksonville. in Gainesville. the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones. be given by Angna Enters, dance ...
I Mr. Jones Is the pastor of the mime previously scheduled for :
. B. Searing of) Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kerce and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing of Methodist Church In Ortega., Thursday February 25, has been if i fUJiI0 /!_
spent .the week-end here with rel- children and H. B. Kerce of Lake Jacksonville were guests Sundayof changed Wednesday evening, "' ,.

ativNfr" Butler spent Sunday in Ocala. Mr. Searing's parents, Mr. and Dr. Sam Sternberg of Daytona February 24. The concert will\ be-

Mrs. C. O. Searing. Beach stopped here Saturday to gin at 8:30: o'clock in the Gainesville -
Mrs W. afuiy Cover The Entire
and B. :
were Range'
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns :Mrs. K. G. visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. High School audltotlum.
visiting friends in Lake City, Mrs. H. A Bishop and daugh- ,
Duncan, and Miss Hazel Adkins Sternberg. Dr. Sternberg was en
Sw:! day.lita U spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Mrs. ters Edna, Mary Pearce Harriet were visiting and Nina in Green, and route to Birmingham Ala. Friends of Misses Ruth and Lil- Of Crop And Soil Needs!
I' lian Sternberg who have been spe-
) ) Rosalind Jacobs Cove .
[ spent theweeb.end Springs Sunday.Mr.
G. H. Lowry and daughter Mrs. cializing in modern and tap dAnc-
H. C. has returned
WImberly -
in You get: more for your money when line
Tampa visiting you
Margaret and Mrs. R. J. Davis ing at the Carlos Studio in New \
to her home in Highland after
friends.. and Mrs. James Lamb, IDEAL Fertlll/rr: They rover the entire rangeof '
spent Saturday In Jacksonville. York City for the past several
Misses Pat and Dolly Lamb, and spending several days here as the .
aUld toil needs and
-- months will be to learn crop produce bigger better -
r Lillian Mrs. J. D. in guest of her daughter and! son-in-
the Doyle were visiting
Moseley spent and extra '
Miss Carrie Hutto of Monticellowas law. Mr. and Mrs N. T. Green. that they expect to return to crops| profit
lc4nd in Jacksonville Jacksonville Sunday.Mr.
We(relatives.0JTRAWBERRY 4j visiting the week-end guest of her pa- Starke within the next few months, 1DRAL Brand are. highly rwnmniiMidedby !
; rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. and a dancing clans Miss
and Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and< successful grower In the NUirko und '
children were guests of Mr. Ander- daughter Jean, will upend the Lillian Sternberg received the hon I-a\\tey section for lash result* with
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carol of Jack- week-end In Arcadia of or of winning an audition with
son's mother, Mrs. Emma Anderson as guests
sonville were guests Sunday of Warner Brothers two weeks
Mr. Davis' brother and slster-ln-
In Archer
CUPS & CRATES Mrs. Carol's mother Mrs. F. H. Sunday. law. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Da and was accepted for an appear- STRAWBERRIES
Long. vis. ance. Lust week she played In a
Ie> Prices on the 80 pint Mrs. C. A. Harrison and Mrs. short subject. TRUCK CROPS
v ty of Strawberry Cups ands OLD JOHN SLF-F.rS GOOD NOW Susie Griffin, of Waldo, were
i are as follows: He Made Thl. Sue Tnt I guests Sunday of Mrs. S. S. Dowl- Among those attending the air FIELD CROPS
Old John say, "I had to get up 5 I
in 500 Cardboard Pack- or 6 Union every night. This bladder ing and Mrs W. S. Stroman. show in Jacksonville Sunday were BROOKER
@ _______________$3. 0 Irritation caused frequent dt.h-... Bill Graham, Ed Torode Henry inns Vera Galney Correspondent
complete with di- getting up nights, burning:, and Miss Ernestine Andrews Manassa, Elmo and Merrill Struth! Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer \
backache. I flushed out excel has returned Company
Viders @ -?__._____160 each acid and petition with little green to her home after Leslie Biggs AI and Phillip Ma- The Duval Jewelry Company of .'f'
,;\It. lewi 5% dealers discount tablets made from buchu leaven,, spendingthe I Jacksonville was lavishly entertained JACKSONVILLE; :, "'Lt\.
d a Z% cash discount juniper oil eto. Juct nay Buket to week in St. Augustine with her naasa.
) your drug-glut. After 4 day. If not sister Mrs. L. W. Halbrook. Friday evening February
pleased he will refund your 25c. I Mr. and Mrs. Julius Houston of 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. e e J. H. Wallace District Rep.
\\I.: L. HARRELL sure better after that flushing
and.I get my regular deep." Mitchell' Mrs. O. J. Griffin who has been Gainesville have moved to Staike W D. Webb of Brooker. with a OCALA' FLA.
Drug Store. barbecue and all the The .
and are occupying Rn fixings.
here visiting her daughter Mrs. apartmentat .'(11.1.ITKM! CARRIED BY
"-NAT SEZ: Ethel M. Biggs returned Tuesdayto I the home of Mrs, Eva Fernan- company left Jacksonville Immediately :

-.t her home In t. Augustine. dez. Mr. Houston Is a representative after the closing of the Carl Johns, Starke, Fla. i
of the Liberty National Life store and arrived at the home of

There to his In an own old trade.saying" You"Everyman maybe Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and Insurance Co. I eight Mr. and Mra. Webb In a group at J. S. Norman, Lawtey, Fla. I

a good farmer or a good judge I children guests of of Mr.Ocala Durden's were week-end parents, Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. D. P. Car- i After p. the m. supper a little) program G. W. Roberts, Lawtey, Fla. I I

of cattle but when you try to judge I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Durden. penter, Mrs. T. T. Long and Billy was curried out as follows: Two
!/ M suit of clothes or a pair of shoea .- Long spent Saturday in Jacksonville I LI_ ----
Mrs. W. E. Thornton and chil- They were accompanied (;""'--Ir.' '_'.=--!'== IJ'f' :_= """" __._____m..,.,.___
you can easily be fooled bN>BIINeth..re
f dren, Annie Mae. Willa Mae Selma home by Miss Lois Long who spent. \
are tricks In every trade. I and Elbert Erie Thornton visited the week-end with her mother CRACKERS IIIIIED KKCITH
have never tried to fool the public, friend In Macclenny Sunday. ___, I ,I TIP TOP GROCERY

not because I am such an honest Miss Dorothy White, of Daytona GRAHAM: IIUINEM

follow but for the simple reason T. J. Griffin, Tommy Rltch and I Beach spent the week-enJ here Pound (toPEACHES
Harold Bishop were in Jacksonville with her parents. She. returned to GINGERSNAPS Starke Fla.SPECIALS
that I wanted to stay In buslnen I .
Sunday guests! at the homeof Daytona Beach Monday morningand !

Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. was accompanied by her mother or SODAS Pound .... lasso
Mrs. O. W. White, Miss Ethojln)
Mrs. Jeanette Klncald left Satur- White and Walter Savage. STOCK UP THIS WEEK APRICOTS

day for Cattletsburg Ky., where Lb. box lOc .. .. .. Pound IDe I
her property has been greatly Injured :Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Najworthy -, .- .
"FOR YOU MEN" by the flood of the Ohio Riv- and baby, of Orlando are now SWEET -- --- N- GOOD
er. making their homo In Starke and

WHO WEAR they are occupying an apartmentat POTATOES 5 Lbs lOc NECKBONES 21bs 15c
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters the home of Mrs.. Eva Fernan
Juanita dez. Mr. Nasworthy is In busi-
and Sara and Mrs.
L. J. Green were visiting Mrs. R. ness with his brother, C. H. Nas- BANANAS 4 Lbs 15c RIB STEW Lb. lOc
HIGH SHOES T. Osteen In Brooker Sunday aft- worthy owner of the Tip Top
ernoon. Grocery Store. FANCY UKHTF.UN

You can find your QUO here Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Miss Anita Couitmanch has Fresh TOMAT 2 Ibs. 15c CHUCK ROAST lb. 19c
children have returned to their cently returned to her home 1'41-1
I home after an extended visit In spending the winter in St.
Inverness with Mr. Landrum'a pa- burg. Miss Courtmanch la a talented Fla. Sirloin STEAK, Lb. 23c BOLOGNA 2 Lbs. 25c
In two price range; rents. violinist ad! during her etay

: Misses Dorothy and Etholln in In St.playing Petersburg on the she park was programsand engaged I PICKLED PIG FEET or SALT MACKEREL Each 5c

White, Rudolph Andrews, Charles ,, in /several of the leading hoI I ,
$3.95 & Savage and Herbert Packham at-
$4.95 tended the air show at Camp Foster IIILLARDS TABLE TALKFLOUR
Sunday. 3 LJIS. 10 LIIS. 20 h iS.

CENT.LWD% 20c 42c 79c

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NUNNALLY'SOVERALLS I FOR RENT: Five room cottage ,', .: : : .. : --: '!: -' : : : '. .-..' "':- -. :-': ,'

furnished or unfurnished J W.


FOR SALE--Jersey taw( ] with

$1.00 $1.39 Pr.FOK THURS.-FDI., FEB. 18-10 young calf Priced 4000. See BEST BACON lb. CATSUP
"The Plainsman"Gary L. O. Jones, Rt. 2, Starke Itp 17'/2c 14-oz. lOc

STVLKAND WILL PAY CASH-for ued pTanos. I :.
SIZE IP: COOPf"rJean Write Lillian's Music BREAK O' !MORN:
COMFORT: Store, 342 W. University Ave.
TO 9
Gainesville, Fla. tf COFFEE Lb. 18c

|Peters Arch TypeSHOES WIDTIIS Double S.-\.TURD.\Y.. Feature FEB. 20 FOR SALE:-One million Mimlon-, RICE 20c HALT ORMATCHES ,! i

AA to D ary strawberry plants, $1.23 per

"Arizona Mahoney" 1,000 at field. M. Rhoden Stark. I

Larry Crabbe l-22-8tp 3 for l 10eI

-AND- FOR SALE:-Young berry plants, I
cross between dewberry and red

A HARDY Starke;' Fla., Rt. 2 Itp

HUN.-MOX: FEB. 21-22 :
logs: ash magnolia white bay .

$2.95 & $3.95ther "One In A Million" maple poplar, cypress. For prices
Lumber P 0.
etc. write Dixie Co. Pound 20cTOMATOES4 I
Sonju Ifcnle with all star cast Box 443. Jacksonville. Fla. 129-41 \
> Makes $1.98IT cS
LOST--Seven head cattle three
cows and four heifer yearlings i
TCES.-UED., FEB. 23-:" Marked with crop underblt In (one
"Craig's Wife" : ear two underblts in other ear :
Branded B bar. Finder please atop
John Bole I them and notify J O. Boy i, Starke, I

UotukUnd Russell I Up L--------- ,
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BRADFORD COl1NTY TELEGJtAPflSTAflRE.FLO1 .___ _.. __. ___ _. ____ !!mAV, FEB: aR" 1801
? six ___ _____.__ _'__ mu_ _
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ORDER OP PI'BI.lrATIOM AND I Approximately .
1 J cent of

!i FU>JtIDI.oCATTLEMEN Moses W Hentlrljt. Moses W. Hen- York state is utilize ," ma*
Lavinia Hendrlcks, Ned R. butter and other
drlcks pn I Farrell, WoolHton Bung-hart. Mar-

I GAINESVILLE.- new range LIVE STATE NEWSNews Caret Banghart John W. Strode, Sixty Rods Sect!." ,
FARMERS SECTION of the Agricultural Adjustment Bertram \V. Strode, Edward, N. Dlck- 8 South Range 22 i I.... '
program D
and Mary Caroline clr.:1; : : Ing 200 acre .
TrI ,, moi. ,
Administration, in effect and If dead the
I of Florida in Short Paragraphs helm, I.gat., devisees and grantees The at-menment or I 11 I,. ,
Conducted by Demonstration Agents) this year for the flrat time I is of each such deceased person ty under the Mold ,' .
giving: much encouragement to AND;' TO Florida Land & Immigration wax in the name or II i .
Company of Florida a foreign UnleBs said c rtlfi, ,,t, '
I- Florida cattlemen In the Improve- corporation AND TO all persons deemed, According; i fn i i. "
ment of their ranges and pastures, having or claiming any Interest In arty descrIbed therein -
the following descrlbnd lands, to- the highest bidder at i
says H. G. Clayton In charge of wit house door on the fit., ",

the program for Florida. Cattlemen NEED HOUSING FACILITIES OCCUI'IES TWO BEDS 3. and 4, anil SAVVi of the the let month day of of March i I''. .
Hints To Housewives I I RURAL can qualify for payment TALLAHASSEE-Florida State CENTURY An automobile NKW 8 South, .Range Section 22 J2.East; Township, situateIn Dated thin 27th Mar..h.dn\.\ i ,

from the government for soil crash near Flomaton put "Happy Bradford County Florida, I 9 il: 7.

' I COMMON SENSE I building practices put Into effect. College officials faced new housing .Tack" Echert in two hospital beds TAKIJ NOTICE that a cult has been (OFFICIAL SEAL)

: Weekly': from Horn Demonstration Under the present plan, a soil problems as the COllege's total enrollment here. Echert is too big for one bed. Instituted. In the Circuit Court of. A.Clerk 3. THOMAS of Clrculi:
advanced to Bradford County Florida In Chancery "
JOHNSON for the
SpecUllnUi. Tallahaa4eej> L By SPUDS building allowance of twentyfivecents year in theinatitutlon'a He weighs 739 pounds. Ambu- by the filing of a sworn bill ,.29'1>t.2 of. rradford.-C0""<\. FI, I,
per acre is made for each 1,819 students, the highest lance attendants said It took eight of complaint by Levey A. 'anova, as .

SHORT HINTS RESIDENTS OF STATE acre of fenced open pasture land in history. men to lift him and get hIm into you plaintiff aa defendants against. you and and also each againstthe I of I OTICI3 Of M4MT---:n- "., 7i-...

i WOULD BENEFIT FROM excess of one-half of the crop landon the vehicle for the ride to the hos following other defendants, to- Notice I Is hereby alt", 'II.,' I.k"
FIRE MENACES hAWTHORNE wit: Anna L. Canon and her husband cordance with the ,
fin,, .
Scientists have found that aerating EATING MORE CITRUS the same farm and which has a pital. The victim suffered a broken It. M Canon, Hilton, S. Hampton dered by the Court In] "u. '<

canned grapefruit Juice by carrying capacity of one animal HAWTHORNE-The entire bus- rib and bruises when the truckon Florida Power A Light Company, acorporation cause pending In the i', "III ',n..

, pouring it from one glass to another Florida winter visitors in many unit for each five acres during the Incas district of Hawthorne was which he lived overturned and S. Vearwood, F.partner.M Yearwociil doing and business W. Chancery.of Rradfor wherein County V. ,!,n, ,\,ri,,\ "l

several times, Improves the fla Instance esteem as a major at- normal pasture season. To earn threatened by a fire that destroyedthe was demolished in a collision with under the firm, name of The Mortgage Corporation ''*.
I Yearwood Naval Stores CompanyMiriam and W. S. '
afforded 8lbly et al ,,Vntl
' traction of the State the access thla allowance it will be necessaryfor another. He had house built ;
vor. city hall late last Friday. Apparatus a on Mays" Lee and her husband cane No. 643 th '>t
them to ripening: grapefruit, the cattlemen to put Into effect from the Gainesville fire the truck. Literature in the W. K. Lee and The Melrosa Manufacturing Special. Master by HHKI, I..- '

:, In feeding chickens and turkeys oranges and tangerines. Folks who one of a number of optional soil- department and local volunteers wreckage said he had not left the the relief sought Company In, said a corporation suit Is the; der pointed for cash will I at Hell:the to Rnini th,;' .. > >:''I l

are year-round residents perhaps building practices. vehicle for there but traveled quieting and confirming of plaintiff of the County Court II.| .
eliminate years
market It is advisable to helped control the blaze. *. .
for fltlA tn aKftWM l..Ihi... Intiii* Male
the food on Monday, Mar !It i, ,, .
fish meal and cod-liver oil fall to appreciate as fully I Establishment of permanent pas around the country appearingIn as an Indefeasible fee simple title following premix,, nlm"! ,,.,I. ,
and health values of the several and carnivals. thereto and the canceling' of adverse ford County Florida t t., .
. tures of improved legumes vSK '
from the feed during the last few grass 1-TAKE NQ..CIIANCE. muniments of title aa a cloud on
> .
% of NE 4 of s' _
weeks to avoid fishy taate and odor varieties on crop land or non-crop BEACH -- City officials NOTIf-R OF APPLICATION: plaintiffs said title and the perpetual 6 8, K. 21 E. Tn-rvth.! i -.: .
. nutrition Consumption of citrus In Flor- pasture land in 1937 will qual. enjoining of each of defend- rights nM-mbem h. ,, .
meat open oj
in the say poultry decided to take no chance with volt TAX I KKH ants from asserting title or right of I' :
at rate, keeping for at Ornate Rill No. 163): of said and appurtenances 'ihi .-t ,
specialists. ida is not any ify the cattleman payments possession to any lands adVerse longing, Incident ""t
with production. In the sea the rate of $3.00 acre. Apply crime so they authorized the thirty NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That to plaintiff and those claiming I Ing-. 01 ,' '" .
pace per O. W. Hall, holder of Mi! of Tax Certificate through him: THIS IS THERE-
, flowers the out- son of 1929-26:: when the total out- ing lime and phosphate to non- members of the fire departmentto No. 512 United It.. 2nd. day FOflK TO COMMANU YOU AND E. K. PERnYMA.V.:
Planting along put was about 16,500,000:: boxes, an pastures also qualifies for be deputized to assist the five of July, A. D. 134. has filed: same In' EACH OF YOU to appear In said I. An Special !Master In. hi,
aide of the fence or hedge gives crop office And ban made KNIGHT & KNIGHT
my app'lcatlon I '
\ cause, the same being Case No. 670 '
of the de
, passers-by additional beauty to estimated 1,500,000:: were used payments.With regular members police for a tax deed to be Inxued thereon. In said Court, on Monday Attorney for Plaintiff
within the State, or 9.1 percent, only partment. Vero Beach, with a pop Said' certificate embraces the followIng Sending: a:, A. D. 1937, otherwise the 2.12-81-2-28
look at and greatly improves the the cattle industry making described property In the County allegations of said bill of complaint ---
a negligible portion of which ulation of 3,500:: persons now has of Bradford State of Florida, to. NOTICE OK II %M'I |-.lt'M
appearance of the roadside. rapid advances, improved bulla be- will be taken as confessed by you.Wltn..a "I.E
, went to canneries. For 1934-35:: thousands one law enforcement officer for wit: my hand and the Official Notice IK hereby riven i irordance ,I ,"?,
the "
ing placed on ranges South three-fourth of South Heal of said Court. at the County with the final ti l I. ...
boxes residents.CATTLEFREE
each 100 .
Be sure to keep poisonous materials with a crop of over 32,800,000 of acres of range land being half of Mouth Weat Quarter Section Court House In Htarkre. Bradford dared by the Court In I 11 I, ,, ..."
less than 2,600,000 were con- .eleven TownHhlp Eight County Florida this Jttth day of cause peixlinit, In lh<' i ,, ("oa-
or caustic substances like 7.6 exclusive fenced machinery cheaply removing HIGHWAYSGAINESVILLE South flange twenty-two Bant, January A. D. 1937. of Bradford County pi uia ,I It
aumed at home or percent
, lye well out of reach of children, scrub palmetto and clear- containing -sixty acres, more or A. J. THOMAS, Chancery wherein O f i
.,. plaintiff ami Lottie Wim ."tfRJtant
of canning plants. The executive lee ,
shelf. Label them Ing the land, the agricultural conservation As Clerk of Circuit Court of No. 698
on a high plainly The case the It taddd ,"S
HfiHpMment of Raid
Attorneys for
to show that they are POISON. Values .of grapefruit oranges program adds Impetusand council of the University of FlorIda under th... ..uld ceitlflcate( property Untied- I 1-29-61-2-26 Special Master by mild -1< .,. ''.
and for relieving hun wan In the name of 1.. 13. Wetmer.UnleKg pointed will nell to tho hlith.-- b,1
tangerines considerable attention
Is attracting Bradford County Florida. der
student body went on record as Raid i cash at the South Vi" 'u.
certificate nhnll be
ger building strength toning the cattlemen. redeemed ( OFFICIAL SEAL) of the County Court llou-.- ', .1
Clothes baskets should be kept among favoring legislation to keep cattle according I to law the property KNIGHT & KNIGHT Florida ri."
during: the -.& I .
and health ad- dencrlbed therein will h Bnlil
clean by lining them with washa- system preserving Carpet grass from seed and Para off the highways of Florida.. A petition to the'highest cici..j.uat. 'ih.oi -t: Male, on Monday, March 1 1-' ,'I.. lot

ble material such aa oilcloth or mittedly are no less for Florida grass from vegetative plantings to the State Legislature is tobe I house door on the flrt Monday In OTJ'F1 OF APPI.'C. TIO" following land to-wlt
people than when the fruit is eaten are expected to constitute the base 'the month of March 1937 which I* FOR TAX DEED 4 acres In SEVi' of f>E>. c
mlalln, or with heavy paper that > circulated by a committee of 'the Int. day of March 1937. Senate. Bill No. 1..3NOTICE ) 29. Twp. 6 R, H. 22 E. I '''do;
can be renewed readily. Oilcloth is by the population elsewhere. OpinIon of most plantings in southern Florida the council for students to sign. I Dated this 25th. day of January HEREBY GIVEN, on North by Field ph -
exists numerous students 1937. dSE. Went by land of J. N .1, .
among while considerable lespedezawill That Mrs. Turner, holder of -
is be Hubert Schucht Sarasota, presi- .
if the basket to South
preferable (OFFICIAL SEAL) by railroad and 'I Ru:
Tax Certificate
fact No. 402, Issued them
of dietary practice, in be planted on clay lands of dent of the student body presentedthe by Westmoreland St.,. 'lilt II,
placed on the ground where dirt A. J THOMAS day of July' A r> 1934. has
and moisture enter the crev that the worth of citrus Is greatest northern Florida.Mr. question to the council. Clerk of Circuit Court of d same In my office, and has Ida.Starke Bradford fountl"' "'
might with Inhabitants of tropical and' ,, Bradford County, Florida. made application tax deed to
ices. Clayton points out that the l-29-St-2-28 he Issued. n.forS:1( certificate. MARCUS F. RRO\V '.
sub-tropical countries. farmer who has a pasture acreage I TUNG OIL FESTIVAL embraces the following described A* Special Mauler [n, i -,

( Factors of an economic character which equals less than half his I >OTICK OK APPLICATION: property In the County of Bradford, KNIGHT & KNIQ1IT;'
. of to-wlt
State Florida
GAINESVILLE-A tung oil fes- FOIt TAX DEEDSenate : Attorneys for Plaintiff
of iron
' The best food sources ; also enter Into the situation. crop land acreage does not partici- ( Dill No. 183) Lots kFtej. Six, Seven, Eight' of 2-12-31-2-28 -
Ival believed to be the third of Its
! liver brain. and heart. (1. Alvare Additionto
are kidneys, Citrus fruit can be sold to Florida pate In this program, but may par NOTICE; IS HEREBY GIVEN Starke' Section 28
I' Lean beef veal. lamb, pork, and kind ever held In the United States, That Foster Shi Smith, holder oi Township
buyers at more reasonable prices ticipate In this program, but may. 8 South Range 28 East.
will be staged in Gainesville during -: 11-19 of Tax Certificate No. 69, In.HiiPd The .
the dark meat of assessment of the said
poultry are good prop-
1 than must be asked for delivery in do so In other features of the agricultural -i the 6th., day' of under the said r
certificate Issued
too. So and I the week of March 15 this year. 1928, has filed ul llc-i!:: erty .
f are egg yolks, oysters places located far away. Trans. conservation program. same In was In the name of J. J. Bullen. :::
t' shrimp. Green vegetables especially Conceived by the Gainesville Lions hall made application for a tax deedto Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
>ortatlon, selling and packing be issued thereon. Raid certificate tr
f; turnip and beet tops chard club, and endorsed by other civic embraces the following described according to law, the prop-
charges are measurably smaller on erty described thereinwill be sold
i dandelion nndmustard greens water Council MeetingThe and service clubs, as well as busIness property In the County of to the highest bidder at the courthouse ,.. 1 1a
fruit that is bought and used ten- Bradford. State of Florida to-wlt: door the
l cress spinach and kale In fact tatively close to the groves. Mon leaders of the city, tentative Northwest Quarter of Northeast the month of on March first 19)7 Monday which In lath

i the thin green-leafed vegetables for the raised In the City Council met In regu- plans call for a two or three day Quarter & Southwest Quarter of 1st day of March, 1987.Dated .
ey paid crops Northeast Quarter. North of
this 15th. of
day January,
are rich in iron. Whole-grained ce- State furthermore returns to the lar session Tuesday, February 2, affair and opening on Wednesdayor River, Section 94 Township 7 U31.
reala beans and fresh Thur'day! of that week. Mouth Rang 21 East, containing OFFICIAL SEAL
peas or died with all members present It was ( )
I community where the transaction 65 Acres, more or .... Studio Uprightsand
l and the dried fruits supply iron. occurred in larger proportions than proposed and adopted that the city The assessment of the said property A. J. THOMAS
Clerk of Circuit Court of
under the .said certificate
t Molasses and sorgo sirup furnish If expended on products of far distant accept bonds pledged by the Bankof $23,000 IS SOUGHT sued was In the name of E. J. Dowl- Bradford County Florida. Grand PianosALSO

: some Iron. regions. Starke for city funds (now fro MIAMI-Alberto Herrera Cub- I nil' 1-22-29-61-2-5-12-19

" ) deposited In the bank before Unless said certificate shall be redeemed NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR :
zen under former
Oranges. of the seed- aD secretary of war
especially according to law, the prop- TAX DEED GUARANTEED USED
l" An archacloglcal expedition in ling and Satsuma types, can be the Institution was declared Insol- President Machado, has asked $25- erty described therein will be sold (Senate Bill No. 1(3) PIANOSA
I to the highest bidder at the court-
northern Iraq uneearthed Ivory grown; In almost all sections of vent. The bonds are accepted at 000 of Swift & Co. for injuries suffered house door on the first Monday In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Price for Pocketbook

combs and atone cosmetic jars off Florida. Grapefruit in the hardIer : present value, $133000 and will last December when he was he month of March, 1937, which I.DILt.d Isthe O. W. Hall holder of Tax CertificateNo. every
i 1st. day of March 1937.: 593, Issued the 6th day of September ,
3700 B, CBeware : apply to that amount on the city'sassets struck by a truck. Herrera, provisional LILLIAN'SMUSIC
: varieties will also thrive over this 16th day of January A. D. 1932 has filed same In
f considerable areas thai do not lend frozen in the bank. The president of Cuba briefly .937 my office and has made applicationFor I
i I securities will be held In of (OFFICIAL SEAL) a tax deed to be Issued thereon STORE
themselves to the i hope when Machado fled in the 1933 .
production on a A. J. THOMAS, Said certificate embraces the following
L an uptrend in value as the par value in his Circuit described porperty In the
Coughs commercial scale. Planting of ate revolution, alleged Clerk of Circuit Court of Opp Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE
County of Bradford, State of Florida -
trees In borne orchards there- I is 700000. Court suit he received injuries of a Bradford County Florida. to-wit:
Th following warrants were Issued permanent nature and claimed the 1-22-29-51-2-5-12-18 South Half Except the South
fore ,
from common coldsThat could be more generally fol-! .
I owed than Is now the case if : tru<5k belonged to the meat packrs. .

On adapted kinds are selected. In farm 2247 MelvIn McKenney, sal- .

Hang homes and city residences alike, ary and comm., ____ :52.00: What Do You NeedIn

Which have 2248 H. C. Wall Ins_____ 103.00:: CONE PRAISES
No matter how many\ medicine! nQ supplies raised on
I. you have tried for your cough,chest the grounds, Inclusion In the family 2249 General Engine Co. MIAMI-Governor Fred P. Cone

, cold or bronchial Irritation, you can menu of more citrus from other fire whistle rep.,____ 39.00 expressed his satisfaction with the

pet relief now with Creomulaion. parts of the State will be well 2250 Starke Telephone Co. operation of the State Racing

Serious you cannot trouble afford may to be take brewing a chance and worthwhile. phone _____________ 350\ Commission, expenses of which he Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?

I with anything less than Creomul. 2251:: M. F. Brown Att'y. said had been cut $1,000 a day. (Don't tell us don't need ANYTHING!)

elon. which ROCS right to the seat for city ____________ 2.00 Here for the charity day races at you
of the trouble to aid nature to ENIRG'anI 2252:: E. A. Winkler, fire
soothe and heal the Inflamed }Hialeah Park, Governor Cone said:
mem ___________ 4.00
J chief __
branes as the germ-laden phlegm RESISTANCEFROM "I am much pleased at the way LETTER HEADS RUBBER: STAMPS AND PADS
2253:: Elmo Struth fire-
IS loosened and expelled. r the racing commission is being op-

Even U other remedies have YOUR FOOl) man _____________ 2.00 rated. of the commission rub-
I failed don't be discouraged your Employees For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for
2254 Chas. Jenkins
druggist Is authorized to WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT have been cut from 289 to attention work in two ber and the time save will soon
guarantee to stamps
Special given or you
-..rmmaaafcMUM. _____________ 2.00
,J Creomulslon and to refund your :;::: ; *- 107. "Every department over more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking |
money if you are not satisfied with RED cnoSS LIY-O.HICD-The only: 2255 R. C. Johns fire. which I have any control has had

,c. results from the very first bottle. raedloln" containing- "1 Herbs of man ______i______ 2.00 reduced." work of art-get away from the scratchpad pads.
Get Creomulslon Health. Quickly: cleanses bowels, its operating expenses
right now. (Adv.)
\ E. fire variety.
Ton.. bladder. Invigorates lay: 2256 A Wall

I eolon action. Safely: .Umulttes, ____. 2.00
lI.er bile relieving Cott.
rUrlf1rlne, Sour Stomach IndlKitlon, 2257:: H. Glasgow fire ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS

t.iil t. Biliousness. Em... Acidity and man _____________ 2.00 i Preliminarywork ENVELOPES
ether sickening symptoms allied I on the new federal prison
Of knew carried typewriter ]
disorders which may: quick I develop' 2258\ Robert Green, fireman course you we
Into more dans-srous dl...... Get __ 2.00 near here will commence in about Sure buy them already stamped ribbons, but what about the adding
------ ---- you can
at the that announced
cause ssps your cower. six weeks, it was by
0.. Red Cress Ltv-O-M.d today. 2259:: Prescott Gill, fireman authorities. The half-million dollar from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa

C..f.1 .....Id. _. 2.00 and Individuper rolls which add to see
much up
I --------- prison will be about three yearsIn about as personality upon you

er.tlo. .f 1.- DRINKOn 2260 Melvin. McKenney building. The first unit, probably ality as another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone j
..r..... ..... fireman ____ ____ 2.00 did.
n a combined kitchen commissary Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you
"' p.r.'IDEoiDS.: 2261 J. B. Sapp salary laundry, and steam heating plant, n't have to pay the ones they send you.

and comm., ..._ 76.00
with limited barracks will be con-
t" 2262 A. I... Alvarez salary tracted. Other individual units' -

and comm., ____ 99.25\ STATEMENTS
numbering perhaps a dozen in all,
2263 W. L. Wall, council SECOND SHEETS
then will be constructed, one by Some business houses stopped sending
man ____________ 4.00
I LUNCH RECESS 2464 O. L. Beasley, councilman one, with prison labor, as needed these out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when

AFTER SChOOL : 4.00 and as the prison population In time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you. do
------ ------
2265:: Wm. Edwards, council creases. expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkedbond

.' man ___________. 4.00 -.- I three cent stamp. We have in all sizes-even that extra long legal -
! 2266 P. E. Canova council- size that you can never borrow from

::;" I BOTTLING CO. man ____________- 4.00 CRESTVIEW-It has often been cial price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin

_ _ 2267 council- said that a cat la the archenemyof I for making copies.

nIU man------------------- 4.00 all birds. This mar be true as

2268 Cal Gllsson salary .. 13:: .00 a ""rule; but all rules no matter CARDS

# t FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2269 Carl Johns. salary._. 60.00 how rigid sooner or later develop

1it My Man; Year Experience Make It Fecnlble for Me to Render 2270 T. F. Landrum, mayor some exception. The exception been to For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS

tF1t EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTBOUS SERVICE fees _._______.____ 9.00 the blrd-and-cat rule has Either printed engraved or embossed. kinds of
2271 Bradford County Telegraph Found in Valparaiso Fla., where a Rubber bands gem clips, all

MODERATE PRICES printing _.__. 6.50 large gray tomcat baa become the Too many styles to name, but samples are binders, even ink in quart bottles we can

DeWITT C. JONES 2272 Gen. Mot. Accep. Corp.. guardian of a covey of twenty- here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There

I Starke, Florida 84.6' eight quail. Almost any day the reasonable must be other things that escape us just t

I- 2273 payment----------- cat can be seen walking slowly I now, but you can ask.LEGAL .

and oil ..__________...33.29 along near the bay. with the quail :

I W THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS 2274 Torode Chev. Co., following In single file, like soldiers
on parade on their russet uniforms. WEDDING INVITATIONS .
truck rep., ________ .60
, 1-i; will com to your home every day through 2275 Bradford Hdw. Co., The cat is very Jealous of his lit. BLANKSDon't

: THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR supplies .-_._-____ .70 tie charge for he will immediately The folder type in white or the new bum legal blanks buy them\
lift his large back the ivory color. If must your -
causing economize this
2276 Standard OH Co., gas you on from need
1 : An Intirmalioital; Daily NtviiftftrII and oil _n_________ 9.00 hair to stand on end. if danger Item we have a line that looks like us. We have everything you'll
ttcordi for th. worlds dun. ,tru.'lv. Th engiavwhether you're mortgaging
I cr't does not exploit you crlni' or wnsatton.: con nettbrr dove doings u Inner them,Monitor but TOTAL __________________$6035: :: threatens the little bobwhltea. ing feels like buying a cow or
I T iJ dtalt eorncuv,!* with. them r..ture. for bull men end aLt UMlemllr. Again. he will stand aside, like a engraving, but doesn't cost your home. Our blanks will do everything
F t Including the Wool* "....In. lection. like
ti _n______ ___.____.__n_____ u______.._.__......__ Freshness of cut flowers may be general at a review as the twenty- engraving. but pay the mortgage.
'*** H
?*' 1* The ChrlMlen Science Publllhlni Society. prolonged for days If a teaspoonfulof eight quail file by. so near that they

M ( Hi- One. Hur.ar Street. Boeton Mauechuiette almost brush his whiskers. What
six per cent sulphuric acid 1 il Get 29 On The Telephone Please James
_r Pi.... enter
my $eubMitlntlon to The Ohriatiia' Science Monitor for ,
Opened. of added to the water. the Innocent little quail ever did. .
1 Tear.9 1)0 < month 14 Bo 1 month.|J 25 1 month lieWednesday to win
luue, Maisalni tb-ctloa -- such high eateemucb admiration -
t4 Includiug 1 yter II 60, luuee lid.

4 Name ________....____.__n________.nuu_________ Antlpater of Palestine is thought -such devotion from the

t Addreie ____.. ___...__.. .,_ _______..__"__ _u_________"" to have made the selection of the large gray tomcat will probably Bradford County Telegraph
... .,. .. ... .
( |j 0. *** Seven Wonder. of the World about remain forever one of the many

___ J 200 B. C. mysteries of nature.


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MT. FEBRUARY 19, 1931 "
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DIRECTORY DAJ1 Tf NAMAN' asked. I I pursued Eddie, -
? r "No," said Dancer "but you who had ys Urges Prompt
: ST BAPTIST CHURCH i iI never can tell how close brothersare : self to the Treatment For Peat

ev. C. B. Price, Pastoray He looked at Nick meaningly | "Shut up.

School 10 o'clock a. m., and added: the other
M homas, Supt. He's a good guy to have liking i wife "No matter how many cases of

t Ling Worship, 11 a. m you' i Fiddle drew worms occur, if we get them

y P. U., 7:-13: p. m. Nora heard and understood.- Her tattling sound promptly a.id properly we
y wLao f+ Mkw1.NdThe control screw worms On the
nlng Worship, 7:30 p. m. I sa I eyes opened wider and involuntarily i sight in his
I hand
4ri -- no matter how few
Teachers Meeting; Wednes- she pulled backwards. Nick The time '!
h:4S: : p. m. Story So Far: Nick Churl, He brought forward a hand from looked at her In a mildly amused farewell occur If they are not correct

-week Prayer service, Wedy famous detective returns to San behind his back. Polly saw that way, and pointed toward the archway She was at treated we" will not get control

7:30: p. m.Methodist. Francisco with hla wife Nora,I he had opened her purse and taken -I leading into the club. and aa she this pest, N. O. Hayes, super
of control
after soUlng the Thin Man mur out a check. She reached for o "This way Mrs. Charles," he strains of her said this week.work in this coun-

Chorea der case In New York. They have i It, but he held It tantalizingly in aald dryly. his hand for a
scarcely reached home New Years, the air The dance floor was jammed "When did "Screw worms breed only in live

B. SI. Montgomery, Pastor. Eve when they are summoned by "rm In on this you know" he o with a yelling, gyrating, bottle- know?" she .," he continued. The only
day School-10 a. m. Nora's cousin Selma who liven said hU small blinking eyes starIng waving mass of humanity. At "Tomorrow." method of getting this fly

Morning Worship-11 a. m. with ther aunt, Katharine Forrest. at her greedily. times even the Chinese Jazz band "I've got to control Is to watch our live

IJDpwortb League-6:45: p. m. Selma says her husband Robert Polly made a grab for the check could scarcely make Itself audible "Go and call for wounds and treat the
lpveaing Worship, : m.
p. baa been miming for three days. and seized\ It above the din. "And don't let with pine tar oil to pre.
Invited to all
rou are
Nora Insists. that Nick try to find J "I can't cut you In," she said. Dancer led the way through the The number a place for the fly to lay her
ftye him. "You'll find a won't ?" If a case of worms Is found
way you
milling crowd to a table, aa Nora from the pay
fry Phil. are urged to kill the worms!
y pressed
Presbyterian Church searcher the room for some signof was David
v. George H. Lowry Paator Chapter Three- Polly shook her head. She drew the missing Robert. She had no dor for Selma 0 benzol. By not allowing any
back he raised his band but not to mature we can reduce
day Services: way of telling that he was here. although he I
The of Lichee to avoid the Im- screw worm fly population to
10:00: a. m. Sabbath School. reputation quickly enough She only felt intuitively he mightbe. these past
Club too He struck her full in the face.It 1 they will not give us much
|lj.:00; : a. m. Morning Worship. was none savory. In fact, pact. Suddenly. with an emotionaljolt he heard o "
}::30 p. m. Young People's Vesper that part of 'Frisco in which the was a blow that would probablyraise she caught sight of him. "Tonight!" o .

Service. cabaret was located was the centerof a welt under her eye. "Robert! Robert!" she cried, was going to I Hayes compares the screw

Sermonette by Pastor. underworld activities. But this "You know I've got another above tho jostle and shouting. these bonds I < situation to a patch of
dweek Service: dldr.t stop a cosmopolitan influx number to do." she cried out. In- He looked up drunkenly from they're He said If we would not let

|'T30 p. m. Mission Study. into the club. stead of turning to him in storm his ringside table. A flicker of ute how do I weeds go to seed In this patch,

afIO: p. m. Prayer Service. Since this was New Year's Eve, of abuse she wheeled around to her reci'Tnltlon\ crossed his face. your promise several years we would not

the place was packed. The orchestra mirror.' "How am I going to ex- "We Just saw Selma," cried wants a many weeds.

Rosewood Baptist Churchfjjev. I -or what passed for one-was plain that?" Nora. "She's terribly worried. It?" 0 Let us work together for control

t L O. Hemingway, Factor I as cheap, tingly and tawdry as the "There's a lot of things you'll Don.t you think you'd better go "Forget this expensive screw worm pest.

I Services every Sunday. Bible I Itudy rest of the surroundings. Whatever h a veto' explain before I'm home?" cunning look .

10:15 a. m. Services at 3:30: reputation the place enjoyed came through, said Phil. Robert stared at her but said "I'll go on Farmers of Howard county Mis

['V<<:Jck In afternoon.BETHEL I from the fact that it Wall In the He walked out but he had not nothing. His hand automatically "Walt! I have organized a
exact center of the Chinese sec gone ten paces before Dancer spotted co-opera
reached for the glass in front of ly. "I'll\ bring association for promotion of
BAPTIST CHURCH Lion and that it was smart, and a him He read an Inkling of meet you in I electrification. ;

Rev. L. A. Donaley. Pastor bit dangerous, to go there. Lots of what had happened on Phil's face him.Nora was pushed away from him They agreed !

Services every first Sunday. faces that had' achieved, or were hastened to his side and faced him by the surging crowd. Dancer's and Robert
2:30 going to achieve front notor- (In a way that quickly put a damperon
Sunday School : p. m. page eyes flashed in scheming hatred, as He waited
Bible Study and Prayer Services iety would bob up in the noisy, 1 the other's belligerent spirit."What're she and Nick were directed to a -*

Saturday night. seamy, smoke frescoed, second- you doing?" asked table across the room. He had not the way.club They of? Health;

story atmosphere of the Lichee. Dancer. "Shaking her down again? missed any part of this little of them noticed
*to Mark's JEptsoopaJ ChurchMorning Few people,who came to the club Lay off, She's busy." scene. Donft ..It This I
were In dress. "I know." said Phil figure of Matof" ....."... lbs kldc.y. .. ... .
evening succinctly.
and Sermon
prayer ont shadow of a I ,.......aTh.l, IMk .to..k-t the
secoad and fourth Sunday lit Polly Byrnes was the featured "What do you know?" demanded' Chapter Four II." nklw4. Mr-oi* ,,-..l a" SE_ at i
When they toil ... ..
I ImpurlttaTlM llvUt-IIM'
U: .. m. Holy Communion Saints singer on the current bill. What Dancer. ed spot David _-<. mM-mly .pndiMtat. .._

Days at 10 a. m. Litany-and choir she lacked In voice she made up "A few of the things that are go. Dancer turned casually to Nick, :-'br..red 4. .If kldayBMN rmnl .h..lk I.nmorfrai. *.d....

practice every Friday night at 7:30 jerking hla head In the direction of I soh.M kldiuy- UU /u..tley
; N.tiir- found-H 1 ihm 'to MU..tlM W
.JI1n.... Robert. I Ik.l m." .._ _".wille ....
.. "Is he a friend ot yours?" he 0 Dancer N> =* -Mr xilt.f nmlni 'b..k..k k
/ vtf /tt f" ft* Oft i .tod-elM. llMki ol OnlMM.ullhu ,
*fr Polv.niJ."loendeahim asked. tn>liapi>y =J'p.:' .v.lanr. frim-M
I the : .-- / .
l ; now and "On the contrary answered I laced _..> wt.F7.u.nt.
BOB JONESjot' k don't Itt anyone Nick. "Just a relation MMty Sr b.nin.. iimi-M
frrrtrd b* (urth.. .. ..-...-, .t \101.., mt f
,jot' hear yeN,11s Dancer studied Nick non-com- C.Y .. d.MurbniM.Th .
On Here I initially between half-shut eyes I I his .rvootKlMd and praMr tMtmMl
s I W.dlur-tle n-dlolit-lo h-Ip tk, kldn-r.
'before making another comment. rid ot -.- pol-onoiu body .
And Hereafter w-
(Kl ': ::
& hid
'I *-' Pill. Tk-y k.-. MUM
"He's been hanging around here
tku forty of
e yon public appravml. ArOTdorad
drunk for three days" he added I '" lit* ......Lry over. liutet M
U...'.. a.id.l _
all dnif a'
editorial Is being dictated slowly "Got a caKe on our prima

having addressed the stud- donna,"
1'hIS" the Bob Jones College on i "I wish you'd toss him out put 4 DOIKSPflll'RELIEVED

i of "Daniel." One of the la Nora. "Hla wife is going

dramatic pictures In all his- crary: '
'. the picture of the uncom- "That's too bad said Dancer

tTmlsing spirit of the Hebrew with a show of sympathy "I'll IN ONE

Idren. These three young fels npeak to his girl friend:' [ APPLICATIONI

were In a foreign land. It Dancer took Polly Byrnes by the I I

o" s a great occasion. The stage' I aim as he made his way to his l I CAN'T. STOP THIS ITCH

\IW !s!I set' Royalty was there. The I office In the back of the carbaret. at ITS DRIVING ME CRAZY '

tJ'Wgh brows" were present. The 1 "Some of his relations just blew ASE HYKO If NOt


'. alth of the empire was shown In halfrecumbent'Robert.. AlPARASlTlC ITCH
tiE' golden image which the king'I "What 11 we do?/ asked Polly, -........,. : MQUICKLY..IT I ACTUALLY I
I for In personality. She was not Ing on here." replied Phil. startled. 5X1 CLEARS IT UP / i iI
d set It was a great occa-
4 up. ed neither
orchid in a bed of wildflowers "I put up with you becauseyou're
exactly an
"Give the customers
'n.! At the beginning of the mu- I i one more package he II'H fI .
but she had tremendous Polly's brother said Dan- "
!4.lc. ,, every knee was supposed to song advised Dancer. "T hen
i>w. All bowed except the three I II vlltallty and good looks of a stri- cer. "But don't think you can ride knock off for the night. Take him arette was I NEVER KNEW
that ticket. Now .t.
too far
dent, artificial sort. on stay COULD WORK
to place and keep him
reign us. No greater courages up your Robert 'r
I for of days
her darted away a couple FAST THE VERY FIRST
As she there.
sang glance '
ever been recorded in
Then he
Is of history. "There are back and forth between two figures They were standing near the top Nick and Nora ordered drinks. I OF RYKO
smile on his RELIEVED
Teigners here that will not, bow".I 1 One was a young man witha of the stairs. With a quick barely They were happy to have escaped T'S /

,I me of the natives said handsome profile, a tlpsx manner visibly motion. Dancer straight- from the stuffed-shirt atmosphere I "Thank you, WONDERFUL a, 1 .
ng. The foreigners were brought and a weak chin seated at a armed the other. Phil went scrambling of Aunt Katharine's place to the Itch (cabl-)) ringworm, thUto'a I

irjto the presence of the king. The ringside table. He might have half falling down the stairs. comparative. privacy of the Lichee. demanded"Arid you'll your And drunitt oilier'paMHlltj for RYKO.chin Quick Imtattan-.It.1

.lung told them of the fiery fur'nace been twenty-eight. The other was At the same moment Nick and Here they were by themselves "Right" your inonvy back. RYKO sold In- |
to which they would have to Dancer one of the owners of the Nora were on the way up. Nick even If there was bedlam all !
o. "We believe" they said In place. He was of foreign extrac managed to throw out his. own arm around. But their satisfaction' was just going to KVKO sold In !Htarke! By

tion. His eye was omniscient, his just In time to avoid a disastrous nhcitllved. first get '
: bstance "that our God will Pharmacy sold good drug
113 out of the fire, but dellv'l face as unexpressive as a cucumber collision. A rough-looking chap with David studied

does or not we will He never wasted a smile. He "Well well!" he exclaimed. "Big blood-shot eyes and a battered der- Then he .torpVrvuhrrf>.

Iftuck on our God." There nave al I was friendly when it paid to be. confetti they throw here!" I by In one hand caught Bight of ped Into his! j 0 I

\ways/ been some men who would Polly had plenty of self-assurance Phil scowled. He twisted himself Nick and came scurring over to ly had gone a

|tot bow to false gods when the or- but she found it deserted her In the away clutched for the railing, and him seemed to be How toCOLD

#.eatra of hell plays. presence of her suave, steely-eyed was off Nick dusted himself off. "Say. Nick" he said grabbinghis I enforced I

young employer. He smiled at Nora, feeling-; that lapel. "Willie the Weeper's tion. Robert

It Is possible!! for men to live I when Polly came off the floor this was a real antidote for the depressing here." hailed a taxi. I j EASE a

fight Men do not have to do and started for her dressing room and dormant atmosphere "When did he get out?" asked Back In the II

frrong.' Enoch walked with God Dancer reached out and put a handon of the Forrest home. I Nick. getting worried.

Ip a dark day In the world s his. her arm."What's "This Is more like It," he said "Just today replied the other. Her that Polly I*

||ory. There have always been a the idea?" he asked. gaily. "He's on parole, and in accordance I home. Could she I j

few characters who walked across "You'd better not leave that guy.' "Too bad we didn't bring Aunt wid the regulations he oughter be sat quietly

Jhe pages of history who refused too "I'm getting pretty fed up with Katharine," agreed Nora. wid l respectable people, see? I was nothing. She i FOR5

wrong. It is a mistake that him" said Peggy, restlessly. Dancer was none too happy as thinking you havln' a table- and see If J

'every man has his price." Someen "It's Just till tomorrow," Dancer he saw the Identity of his latest Nick ganced: In amused Interra- j Dancer had

are not for sale. As long as reminded her. "Then you can turn visitor. He had had a couple of gallon at Nora. Her response was

there Is one uncompromising, unflinching him loose." brushes with Nick Charles before. immediate."Of : ,! 1
courageous true blue, "Tomorrow's a holiday," said But he shook hands with an Impassive course" she said heartily. 11 \ : '

lip-standing, consecrated Christian Peggy. "The banks'll be closed." look on his face. "Bring him In." I I

an In a community, there is some "Yeah?" Dancer sneaked a "A neat way you have of gettingrid What Willie the Weeper's men I

ope for the community. God loves I glance at her from between half- of your customers," bantered tor had neglected to state was that ,

o nen like that. When Daniel pray closed eyes. "Well then the next Nora. the released convict had three :: :; I

... Gabriel came to him and said in day. Ain't It worth It?" "His slater works here" said friend. with him. They all looked

. substance "I have been sent to He pulled her toward him gave Dancer. "I just get.tlred of him as if they had just got out of jailor 1 II 2TWO

you by Almighty God. As soon as her a squeeze looked to see that sometimes.. -- as If they still belonged there. I

|'you' began to pray God ordered me no one was watching. His expression "I see" answered Nick. "You They shoved ther way across the I"1

to come to you, and God said tell told her what he expected and know I felt a gun under his left crowded room with complete disregard I 3 ,,

)-ou 'you are beloved In Heaven'." i whit the reward would be. She arm." for Intervening arms and legs. 1 I For

It is wonderful to be the type man smiled in a half-evasive way, then "Just breaking It In for a When they reached Nick's table SIMPLE RULES

o whom God sends a message of started for her dressing-room to friend said Dancer. Willie the Weeper who had once of discomforts /;- j

ove on the lips of an angel. change her shoes.A They stepped across the en- met the famous detective on a less to relieve the of a
and Dancer I amicable basis, grasped his hand try the way almost any doctor
-- waiter stopped her as she tranceway to the club ask will .
Italy will use the alcohol in its reached the door. beckoned to a stout middle-aged happily. The others beamed at the approveASPIRIN.: .

surplus wine crop for motor fuel. "1 got a message for you." he Chinaman."I I tender reconciliation."Sit now costs only 15; for a dozen
said. "Your brother's looking for want you to meet my part down boys," said Nick ,or two full dozen for a quarter.

The United States has engaged you." ner," he said. "Lum Kea Mr. and cheerily. ""Sit down, and get your way tablets you use the it moment is this: Two you

"Well let him look!" flung back Mrs. Charles. orders in.
|in twenty-seven wars beginning s cold coming on taken with a
1th the Revolution and ending Polly. She entered the room, pull- "I your friend. You bet you" While drinks were being purvey. glass of water. Repeat, if neces
with the World War :'ng off her shoes as she did so. said Lum Kee. He bowed his head ed Eddie, a thug with a protruding ., according' to direction. in pack
Then she came to an abrupt halt. several times. ; chin and saurold face, turnedto If at the same time, throat is
Nora. He sputtered out a gargle with three Bayer tablets
Facing her was the man the waiter "You sent his brother up Lum
TRAIN SCHEDULEOur : for almwil instant
i H glass water
schedule changes December had talked about. He was small. Ylng." Dancer reminded Nick."I laugh."I Uayer Asptna arts to liabt
follows: boned and thin with wrinkled remember," answered Nick never seen such a guy, he and'the aches and pains ol a
will as
10. and trains runs
cheeks and a badly-cut suit. The with the same Inexpressive Inflection mid, glancing at Nick. "Every ... Relief comes quickly. Ask your:
Southbound o: lines about his mouth were twisted In his voice.f'He'l the one time I meet him he's got another grat for genuine BAYER ASP
N.... 1-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. full not the Ga.IIM.UQ
N its
girl. by name
and good looking
:nto a sarcastic leer. that started with a tong war
No. IS:'-Due Starke 4:58:: P.M. done -
A.M. "So that's the way it is." be said. ended sticking up a bank." Nick coughed."We
No. 107-Due Starke 9:36: "
"Please, Phil." she parried "don't "You bet you." beamed Lum Kee. haven't met In years. he
No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. I
try to start anything. I'm in a "You catch 'em my brother" put In, casting a quick look at
NorthboundNo. hurry." "He still in? queried Nick. Nora. Her eyes reflected a twinkling I
; 2-Due Starke 5:05 A.M. ,
A.M. "You been In a hurry ever'since "Bet you" replied Lum Kee. skepticism. Eddie drew a bit
No. 18-Due Starke :
I got back he answered. "Four five years more." closer to her.
No. 108-Due Starke 5:33: : P.M *
"Can I help It If I got to work?" Nora's eyes followed Lum Kee'srotund "When he gives you the sick' let
Starke and Wannee BranchNo .yes A ooitn
!said Polly."I figure uncertainly its the me know, will\ yer?/ he asked."I .
; 101-Leaves Starke 7:OU A. M.Nn will said Nora, in DOZEN rest -*.
certainly ,
excused him-
PhiL Chinese
don't mean that, replied co-proprietor
i lOl-Arrlve.: Starke 1:50: P. ..... TabletcnURCH
It's this drunk out there. What self. She turned to Dancer. great delight. Virtually Ic a
Daily except .Sundays.T. J. GRIFFIN. going on?" "Ts he a gun mm: too or' she "She s hot looking ain't she?"

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j Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Budget Makers: Cut; i i COLORED SHOWS SCHOOL UNUSUAL EXHIBIT WORK |;r, FLORIDA

Some, Raise Others I,

1877AA.EABER. ;; A. very interesting exhibit and .. _
Objection to Governor Cone's musical program was given Friday I

r plan to centralize collection\ and I and Saturday in the former Bradford
Crr *l lLORIDA. expenditure of all state money In I Feed Store next to the railroad

.PRESS ASSOCIATION \ the general fund was made at the across the street from Dar ,,

meeting of the Budget Commission by's Grocery. The showing was ,

-J- ._ :J :J In Tallahassee last week by Attorney composed of articles and papers t -', .-,.. t.t t.
: : \
General Landla and Commissioner made by the colored school children -

-- -
'- -- of Agriculture Mayo, who of Bradford County under the

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class were absent from a previous meeting supervision of SUnmle Bradford I j a 'rteI w

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida when the plan was approved. Hunter, the Jeanes Foundation i "

.. ...... .-- Landla warned that the plan to I teacher In this county. This is the I II Pr s

E.- ll-Matthews-\- ___-____ __ _-_Editor and Owner throw all money into "one big pot" I first time there has been Jeanes ti A a t rfe r '

-- _. ._- ... and opportlon it to each department teacher here. j 1
RATE might deplete the treasuryso Ten negro schools were represented ,
that constitutional offices mightbe has, ts.'hor ecollars, shoes

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance endangered. He quoted the foot mats, brushes, and hats made
State Supreme Court as saying from palmetto and corn shucks '
Advertising Hates on Application
-- .-- -- that payment of expenses for were shown' along with drawings
-- -- -- was artificial flowers and other interesting
: strictly state government !
ROTARY WELCOMED: AS A FORWARD STEP mandatory and could not be placedon exhibits all the handiworkand I

Starke and Bradford County took a forward step Tuesday a parity with other activities. craftsmanship of negro chil- ,

Club. This ia Governor Cone warmly defendedthe ddren of the eighth grade or lower.
niaht! with the organization here of a Rotary -
and action was takento A small ornamental basket
plan, no wov-
the first time that we have had a national service club since I
change the policy approved last en'out of corn shucks and then

the old Exchange Club went out of existence about ten years week. gilded wu one of the cleverest articles '1

ago. Since that time, a purely local organization, The flush! For the first time since the budget exhibited. Salt and pepper I .r 4 ",lira h'7XEKAvrlftGENr

neas Men's Club, has functioned, often effectively, to bring! i meetings started, the board shakers made from small cold
managed to cut depatrmental costs cream jars sand hand-painted also
new industries into the community and to promote any movement below the figure for last year. The showed the Ingenuity of these

that WWI 'considered in the interest of progress. day's recommendations figured a small pupils!:

representative saving of .$170,750: but earlier increases Singing at eight o'clock each
to get
struggle a
However, it was always, a '
bad been voted teat would night was b ya: choir1 composed en.tlrely'
crowd out to a Business :Men's Club meeting, and it is believed boost last'year's total $667,553.? of' Colored' children; 'from ___..

thai, this lack of enthusiasm' on the part of some members The State Road Department's Starke and Lawtey schools. Their .-

will be largely remedied- by the additional pep and prestigethat administrative salary budget was numbers" showed excellent voice i "'a.,. 77,4; .8AVTl'vJ..

will come with the advent of the national Rotary organization cut from $190,000 to $150,000. Th training antf"many unusual tonal Hd7g W $
Motor Vehicle License Commission effects were achieved by the small JfrsOUJl6QN

: here. Then too, there are strict rules about regular I was trimmed from $185.000: to I II singers. MWI' ceou.slN .

i attendance that will guarantee a member's presence at almost $150,000.: but the auto theft fund, This fine and unusual exhibi- iVD4Na IN

every meeting if he wishes to remain a member of Rotary. under the same division, won a tion Is a direct result of a teacher : : GLtiY/frIAi1Y FLe4sraasora aDvAsraar .. -
$76,000 increase to 150000. being sent here by the Jeanes RQA2/LLt; lacy
And so it is farewell to the old Business Men's Club. It One of the largest Increases Foundation. This Foundation or- 7"2IASVJE.S /

has done a good work but like many other things, it must went to the State Prison Farm at iginated in 1901 and was put into A77II.IlSD 'AD'" ,.u"J.W r ,' r I ,

(' give way to something: new andbetter, All the best of the Raiford, which was given $34,297 practice in 1908 by Anna Thomas DI' rN6 t

more than lost year, or a total of Jeans (white) who gave $1,000,000the '
old club's program will.doubtless be carried on by Rotary and $571,460 plus an additional $39.- interest of which supports this /

many other worthwhile,features will be added. 000 for equipping a new hospital.The work. ,rS

o commission! will ask salary The work this year la small com

BE THANKFUL IF YOUR FAMILY ,LIFE IS PLEASANT i increases for the Governor, all pared with the accomplishments

cabinet members Supreme Court expected nept term. The exhibit .
Many of us take our happy family lives for granted, nev- justices and all thirty-five circuit attracted large crowds and admiration .---
IKE' atafiornU the famous RieglingMuee4ft'iI'bulit of the greatest attractions not only FI311
a palace in
er realizing what a blessing they are until examples of discord j judges. These pay boosts would over the handiwork of the L !
but tile encii.South.
-. : around a tremendous -court
mean an Increase of 119000. negro children was profuse.THERESSA .
come to our attentiton. showing just how lucky we are if of unusual beauty Terraced c.rd.na, reflecting NO flower in Southern Florida I la more COIHL
we have peace-even if we do not have much else. t to Increase Cone his opposed own the salary motion pool., !flower and rare statuary all eombin to or mora atrlhidg: in effect than the HIBISCCI

A recent news article told about a mother and father in front $7,500: to $9,000 and objected Miss Rath Zelgler Correspondent form an inspiring atmosphere of artistic splendor. A great many varieties of this beautiful Core

Fort Worth,Texas who resorted to a court injunction to keep to the size of increases proposed The magnificent structure contains the largest are to be found in variousparts, of ti.. raq

for the judiciary. He did not com Miss Minnie Swindell was the prlrato collection of Rubens on earth. Painting Among the molt prominent :are tae white, Iii
from in their home and
their twenty-two year son staying ment on the vote to increase cabinet guest of her-sister, Mrs. John Jor- by Gainsborough, Rembrandt, Van Dyke Velasqu mon, pink and crimson singles aud doub.oi, 4 j

from communicating with them in any way. members' pay from $5,000 to dan of Putnam Hall Saturday *. and many: other masters grac the spacious of which grow in great profusion. It.;a intents I

Without being more familiar with curcumstances in the 7500. night. galleries. A most remarkable collection< of culptur fag to know that the Hibiscus i *' U related: '10 a

case no one can say who was really at fault in the matter. The commission also decided to Mrs. Cleveland Alford Is In Jacksonville ., antique and other art traaaure have been cotton of commerce and also the. okra plant, tjj

ask for $7,500 for circuit judges, with her daughter, Miss gathered her from,,sU over tha world. It'is one being member of the Mallow family.
The petition stated that the son had been living with the parents who are now paid $5,000 by the I Beatrice Alford, who is seriously .

"against their will and express orders" and that since state and an increase from $6,000 Ito 11. I R. H. TIPTON (Chancery n certain pause ,...nd. .. sued wall In the name '< > Ln
Ins In Bradford County In the Don Ie"..
$8,500 for
Supreme Court
reaching his majority he had contributed nothing to his sup- justices. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and R. H. Tlpton owner of a KlKhth I Judicial Circuit of Florida, In 'I Unless Bald certificate 11.1',' e
A raise from $4,500 to $8,- garageat fham'erv. wherein HOME OWNERS' deemed according to law thprl
port and had brought undesirable people to the home. But 000 was recommended for mem- son Kiel, of Rising' were visiting Brooker, died Tuesday night following LOAN (CORPORATION a corporation I erty deacrlbed therein will 'it .
I !.II'. and Mrs, tl.;: D. Sullivan here an attack of pneumonia. etc., wan and I b plaintiff, ..ndD'dWrn to the highest bidder at the chouse '
bers of the Railroad Commission! ANDREWS. JR et al. warn door on the first M.>ndai
indulgences All of the Sunday. Funeral services were held from ; \ are defendant, wherein I.I I I I the month of April. 137. whld
major Cabinet officers T. Frank Landrurn walt appointed the nth day of April 193;
Mr. ilfs Archibald Johns Elzle's Chapel Wednesday' after |
I won approval for higher appropriations atxfl{ : Speclnt; I Maittr. In Chancery to exe-1 I i Dated this 11th day of Fettti
Who i is at fault, however, is beside the point. What we and L. M. paWs of Starke were noon. He had been a resident of rots HUM decree: that. I have levied 1931.

should be thankful for is that our family lives are peaceful The Comptroller's budget showed visiting Mrs. Johns' sister, Mrs. C. Brooker for about a year, coming upon lotH. tracta all the, plecea following or parcels d".rlbed of (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS) '!,
Sullivan'her Sunday. there from LaCrosse and leaves a land situate. Ivtnff and helna In the Clerk of Circuit Ouun
and that we do not have to resort to law to separate us from an Increase from $149,000 to Mr wife Mrs. Ruth Tipton and one county of Bradford State of Florida of Bradford County Fl.UlIt.S.U .'
and Mrs. Arthur Mllllkan end more particularly deacrlbeda '.
those to whom blood has joined us. $189,186. the State Treallurer'st.'om are announcing the arrival of a adopted daughter, Edith. follows:
$32,000 to $30,520, the Insur Commencing. at the !Snutheestcorner NOTICE OP APPI.IO4.TIO1 1
o son on Saturday February 13, FOR TAX DEED
ance Department from of :Madlitnn and Bay ptreetaIn
$38,900 to 1937. DOGS AND RADIOS (<....1. Hill N'.. tat
WHAT CRITICS OF ROOSEVELT'S PLAN OVERLOOKMost $43,420, the Attorney General's office the Town of SI"rke. Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIn;: l'
Barking and South
dogs discordant run alongthe Bantaide
:Miss Lucile Jordan of Lake Geneva L. A. Stella Johns, holder if
critics of the President's reform from $47,000 to $69.000, and radio of Bay street to the North.
court program attended church here Sunday broadcasting seem to be the east corner. of Day and LaFayettestreets Certificate No. 428, Issued lh !
the Department of day of Auguat A. l>. 19:11.: hai I
base their attacks on the statement that if the proposal is $138,800 Agriculturefrom night. bane of the existence of many a North side, thence of LaFayette Rant: alone the to same In my office and has Had
to $155,620.The streets
made law, Mr. Roosevelt will then control all three branches Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lewis and Havenlte and many a tourist in our a Htreet thence North alone thew..t thereon.Saidtcr ificat< -rnbrr bt I Ined
last two side .
city-and of said
major departmental L. L. we are wondering when street to Madison I-
Youngblood the following described
were attending pi p"i|
of the government-executive, judicial and legislative. They I budgets-$44,260 for the secre- to business in Starke Monday. the offenders are going to do some- South street side thence of Madison Weat alonir street the to the County of Bradford. 5rrFlorida

talk as if the President, through some nefarious scheme had tary of State, an increase of $1- Mrs. Elmer Drew has returned to thing about it so that our city may place land: being of beirlnnlnir.261 feet Eui-t Said and block Weston of Northwest, to-wlt Quarter: of Souino'l

taken over the powers of Congress lock, stock and barrel and l I 380, and $613,580 for the superintendent her home In Tampa after visiting be liveable again. the North and 495 North and west.. E,.. 2 Acres It. Sr.iit: >'
South. Corner Section 20 Tort
of Hounded
public instruction, a decrease When on the North by
that the Supreme Court and a black mustache all that of relatives here. we say "offenders" we do .Madison .Street Went. by Ray ship 7 South, Range. 2: .E...|
are $232,709-were approved Mr. and AIrs. C. L. Moore and not mean the dogs (In the first instance .street on South by Lafayette containing 33 Acres, mlean. m

stand in the Way of his becoming a practical dictator. i without discussion.The children of'Gainesville were visiting ) 'or 'Havenites who pla.yI an Hireit the Rant J.. O.by Alvarez a street. home and known place, The. nf the said trw
What they overlook we think is that if the President saving In the instruction his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. I their radios at all hours of the day excepting' from the above deacrib- tv tinder the said rerflflrnt.was !. r'
ed land
budget Superintendent English reported Moore here Sunday. I or night. In the first Instance, we or parcel of .nd. land In the name of W I. partCnless /

has any abnormal influence over Congress he had nothing at will be made by cutting the Mrs. O. A,. Thrower, Mr. and refer to the-MVnera of1 the canines deeded follower to commencing J. L. reek described at South-aa deemed.according said certificate to law.hal'th< 1 be P

aQ to do with it. Senators and representatives are still elected school book coat from $823,349 to Mrs. B. L. Vai-nea and; children and and their method of handling their east Rtreetrf corner la the of Town Madlaon of and Starke Bay, erty to described therein will boo.. highest bidder at th'oiT
by the people; Roosevelt was elected by the people ; and if $500.000 through better administration Mr. and Mrsj.A.! ,),( ._ .Thrower. all of pets. "Florida thence .run South on Eastside house door on the first aonderthe '
of textbook distribution. Jacksonville of Day street 134 feet, thenceKant month of April, 19:17.:' she,!
th constitution provided for the election of Supreme Court I ytne visiting relatives Isaac Watts once wrote: "But run NO feet thence. run North day nf April' 19 I "T I
here Sunday.! dogs delight to bark and bite, for 132 feet thence run Went to pointof th.I.'d'( this llth day of 'b"a'
justices! by the people, there is no doubt that they would PINE LEVEL --.: God hath made them so," but he land beginning-being In the feet North-went, raid parcel corner of 1'1'17.(OFFICIAL SRAI)

c-hoo. the type of progressive man that the President wishes :\II.... II. M. Mcltao, Correspondent GUM BRANCH might have added that dogs won't home of block place known, IU 'J. a. Alvarev A. J. THOMAS '
I Clerk of Circuit/ > url
to place on the court through his present reform pro- Hla Elizabeth\ Uarnage, Cor. bark unnecessarily If they are And that I will on the Rule Day In of "..... 'I .
t A great Interest was taken and I'|I, properly handled and cared for. It Aprlj.( lMj.-".= .to-wlt April 4. 19J7.wiinin l'U.llt-S.U. ....;\ ,."..: "', .' I'lorl1
gram. much good was done in the Bible seems to in* legal noura.or sate, in '
Mr. and !olr,. Wesley McRae and us that too many Haven- front of the East Courthouse door In I I' NOTICR OP APPLtrtT101
As the Palatka Daily News has forcefully pointed out study at Pine Level Church last children of Lakeland spent Saturday ites are rnor 'concerned with merely the City of stark: Florida offer FOR T.*[ PEtn:
week, conducted by Elder S, J. said land for sale. and nell the-'aame ("_... all. N.. Lull:
the Supreme Court is already packed, and it is packed in the night with 'Mr. and Mrs. T. N. haying 'dog than in' taking to the highest and heat bidder- for I..N.r.TlC IS HEREBY OIVK.N: T -
Akers of Tlfton Ga. He returned Norman. proper care 'of the animal and rash, to satiety and-pay said decree, Johns" holder I >f T>fi
interest of the Republican and home fees and all Court costs Certificate 435.'fssu.d th'', f
Party "big business. President Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children training them not to bark. We ; and ex- day. of August No. A. D. IMI. hash,

Roosevelt is only suggesting to re-pack it to conform This community was saddened spent Sunday at Jacksonvilleas know specifically of several fine pvnaea.T.. FRANK UANDFUW. acme In my office and "ha. mad*'
i As Special Master In nllratlon for tax deed to b. iw*
with the wishes of the majority of the people as expressedin last Tuesday to hear of the deathof guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. potential citizens this city has l lost \XTKR A. CI.AY-TON: Chancery. thereon. Raid a certificate' emhr'
Mrs. J. J. Brown of Sampson Williams.Mr. I In the past two seasons because of I Attorney for Plaintiff. I the following. described proponr]
the November election. The people elected Congress, and the 3-18-4t-3.il the County of Bradford,. Stale 1i
and Mrs. Tate Alvarez were unearthly racket made by -- ______ i Florida, to-wit: 1
the people elected Roosevelt.! Why should their expressed City.Mr, and Mrs. Britton Alvarez| visiting Mr. and Mrs H. L. Edwards I neighborhood dogs at all hour of NOTICE 0... APPL.Ir TIO.Y: Northeast Quarter of Hotih! l

wishes be thwarted by five reactionary men held over from a have new daughter In their horn Sunday afternoon. the night, without any apparent <*FOR.....>T\\Mill N nr.r.n*.: teat South Quarter. Range Section 33 20 Kant Township.'onlain'

dead and She baa been named Juanita, f John Prevail of Ocala spent theweekend check by the owners. :NOTICB IS HttRRBY: GIVEN log 40 Acre, more-or |Ipu
gone Republican era? That M. M. VVIIIUma, holder of Tax rt>* .assessment of the aald. pr*
Billy'Fender spent the we,kd i with )or. and Mrs. J. N. As for the radio nuisance we Certificate No. 21&4. l lasHed. the Gth.. .rry under. tli*'nalJ certirinit* !w'waa '
a Starke with his sister. Mrs. T. P. Norman.Mr. are not condemning day of September' A D. 1595. has In the nam of W. B. BI PINE TREE 'people for filed sums In my office and .has Unless aaJd certificate .shall"ho"demd '
BE PREPARED FOR NEW MONEY CROP Denmark.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubbard playing\ them late Into the night, mad application, ; deed to according tn ta',.. the V*

Now, more than ever it is important that our pine forest and Mrs J. W. McRiu, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. but for the loudness of the broadcasts embrace Ik* Issued the.* following n.fortdt.c..r, described. a .to.rlv.d..lbed the highest bidder thrln. at will the b./*.'|

be conserved and i children and JoIr. and Mrs. W: M. T. It. Norman Sunday. and their seeming persistence property In the County of Bradford house dour on the firm Man< "
ample provision be made for reforestation Newman and baby all of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs.. T. N. Norman aneldaul'htel'll. In operating them' when State of Florida. to-wit: the month .or April 19-17. whirB 1

in places: where the land has been denuded. With the estabi : spent the deek-end with their parents Helen and Dorothy, la worst, creating a interference hideous- Quarter Southeast nf Quarter Northeast of Quarter Northeast*, the Dated 0th .thl day* Uth.of. April., day IM of "pbra.un. .

hment of the newsprint industry in the South the pine Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me- wens visiting ia Pine Level section )jumble of noises that would drive a North of Northeast Half of Quarter Southeast Section. Quarter 24 (PFFICIAL. SEAL)

tree will\) probably become as important.a in this Rae.A Saturday evening.' stone Image to distraction. Within Township. S South. Rang 1:1: A. J. THOIWTAS.
money crop number of people front this Mr. and Mr. J. F. Shaw and the past few days two estimable Rant containing. SO Acres more Clerk of Circuit C"'Flan'
action or lea
as strawberries of Rradford
and cotton now are. Work has already section attended church: at Thares- children of the State Farm were families (not old fogies either The ee.e.ement of the said property t.5t.I.UNOTI1'

begun at' Fernandina on an immense' plant for making ,:u Sunday night. visiting in this section Sunday. who were about to ) under the Maid .....rtln.I". ,
purchase: sued TIOl
In the ..
prop. was name of H. O. orant. OP" (
paper containers from pine pulp and the stimulating effects Miss Edna Lewis of Rising seewas I erty here,' have changed their lfnl...a Bald certificate shall be re- Pam TAT DEED
I .
lloa deemed .. ....>
the dinner guest of Mr.tad mind according to law, the prop 4 e Mte Bill N
of this new market for DOUBLE RUN sad moved to other towns erty described therein I JlV 1Y: .
our forests should be felt even in this Mrs. H. M. McRa r rair. will b Hold NOTICE 19 IIBRBBT ( -
Thursday. because to the highest bidder of I.
of the loud radio broadcast at the court- Nathan Starling holder l-j1.
section. I I I W. A. Tyler, Cor. i house door on the first Monday In Tax Certificate. No. 505. I I."* .
I nuisance. Winter Haven the month of April. IM7. which I f. Hth day of August. A. b. !I'= '
It has been proven by actual demonstration that Southern OF THANKS Mr. and Mr-LB.: Bryant attended Chief. the nth day of A.1'11. 117. filed same In my office and J.
t The colored teachers aad chil Hated tbla IXlh., day of Febru. mad application for..a tat deib
pine can be the funeral! of her brother. arv. l1In.tOF.'ICIAL: Issued Said C'rtihsDrmnbp.rty ]
to *
grown commercial size in a much shorter dren of Bradford County wish to Bud ( SEAL) thereon. d ...rI
Bryant of Raiford th* following
last Thurs-
period than Northern domestic or Canadian Dr. thank Mr. A H. Johns for the us* Flogging aa a punishment WM A. J. THOMAS. I In the County of Bradf".
t spruce. of his day.Mr. discontinued In the United States : Clerk of Court of Stat Florida, to-wit:
., Iforly the leader of the newsprint movement, has advocated for building the :, the American Legion and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon returned navy and on merchant vessels In :2-IS.t-3-1I Bradford Count, Florida. tot Thirty-one Ol Section Itang, }'?:!
use of \
benches Township S South.
} right and to their home In :; ..
along the Miami after 183O. feless.
cultivation of m'
19 acre
pine Kant containing
as a crop. He says that'r lights and 1 all the white friends for NO'rlr.t or t14t.1t-
a two weeks' TiO'M!
r we cannot afford to denude our 200,000,000 acres of pine I I I chairs. the city of Starke for the relatives. visit here with I --. FOR TAX DYVD.S..at. : The' assessment of the syl. Bill %.. certltl'a'. :
lands I their The tae under the said
! and must engage in a program of reforestation, protectin 'i appreciated presence. W. .11'.. Erwin Manning In 111 at this Yuangs a jungle tribe of NCVTICK in> IIKRERY: OIVB.V. That sued was In the name of T- j
and thank our Supt. Prof. A. J. Griff time. Orl+sa. India take their moat sacred O. W. Hall, holder of Tax Certificate Hamby.Unless. ,
cultivation, in order to keep our timber lands from''''and Boird I We hope 'ahe will soon be oaths No. 477. issued the 3rd day of Aug.u said certificate shall, bO
\ being completely members for giving us well again. ; on an ant-biu or tiger .t.. A. IX I,.1I. haa flied same In deemed according to law. theJJT
destroyed. \permission to have our exhibits I C. S. skin. my office and has mad application erty described therein will ..
I I I and of High Springs folk a tax det dl to be Issued thereon. the highest bidder at the nor
Bradford County has some of the finest pine lands i in I I!I program was visiting here last week vo'rlH! ,,r' nte'rn: 'e.u.R Said certificate embraces the follow I house door on the first M Nda55;
the i J Signed: NOTICE IS Ins dovcrltoed' property. In the 'oun. the month of April. I"?.
atate. Our timber owners should heed Dr. !' --. tinder HBRUBT GIVEN: that ty of Bradford State of Florida to. th" 5th April. IMT. ,
Herty's advice The Colored Teachers and by virtu of and .
and be Ft. Leavenworth Is one of the pursuant wit: .Dated. ibis llth day. of Febriu'
to .
for i certain final
I prepared the development of a new and needed I. of Bradford County. oldest! military pouts west of the and order of esle decree dated of forclofture Feb*- ter East of Half Sncttnn nf Northwest 28 Quar 111. 1.OFFICIAL.
I Townahlp! 1 ( PAL)
r' money crop. Simml Bradford ruary 17th. 137. mad and .
Hunter '
nt rd
South 2i
MlasLislppl. it Range East contain '
was built In ; A. J. THOMAS :
1821 by the
I Jeanes j Honorable A. Z. Adkln I one 1 ing 10 .. .
i Teacher. I lot, Acr more or let** rk of
Col. the
'ay .
Henry Lenvenworth. |(' judicial laruult.ruda of of th Blghth The a..m..at of the said prop.. ni Bradford County. plorl|
Florida In arty under the said crtiruat l L- tisstatiJm
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