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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 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME. FIFTY-EIGHT . .. .. .. STAICKK FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FKIUtl:: AKY .2!, 1931 Nl'MHKll SKMCNTKEN; 4



ICTORY DINNER M STATE DIRECTOR COLD PACKIS i I I I ACCIDENTS r ,";r'I' :



LT WOMAN'S REALITY; I'I'I

I Highest Price Ever

LUB MARCH 4 i SEEK BERRIESi:4'i I I

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Committees Are Appointed Corporation Will Pay 3 I /loarlCllllJ Meets I Heavytains Cut Crop

: Itoth Here And At
; A: Dif newly organized Rotary ,
By Cents Per Pound for .
cluti i>t SUrke held its first. mt'et-I Plant City
K ChairmanPROCEEDS No. 1 Fruit .
J. ? Y ing m the Woman's flub buildingWptlnt'lIday

t t This: will be the reg- QUALITY BETTER
WILL APPLY 'I
WILL FURNISH MARKET ,
t ,.11. uliu meeting place, the women of
IfaN DEMOCRATIC DEBT vt FOR ALL STRAWBERRIES y
the rlub having graciously offered
$,) Received For
H Harold C Wall, vice chairman ofKbe That Bradford County grower )! a their auditorium for this purpose. '
I p Few Crates
Several visitors from the Gainesville
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Victory Dinner to be held ate would have a sure market for their i
|| Woman's Club on the evening 4 late strawberries seemed to be an II ,5 Rotary were present and entertainment Wednesday
furnished staff
was by
Rjf March 4, under the auspices of established fact this week with the I, a ', r -
musicians trom state radio station
official announcement that Frosted :;
National Commit.
Democratic
[the I WRUF The Gainesville club will What was described as "the ';
lltee announced theframes Foods Sales Corporation, a unit of I
yesterday Ceneral Foods Corporation, has I Highway traffic fatalities In six Is being taught by and In our pub- :, have charge of the programs for highest prlco ever received here forberries
of the committees
of members for
made for ,i southern states were: reduced more lie schools with special emphasis | the first few weeks until the local In pint crates" was paM ..
with him In an effort arrangements opening a the best here thla week
operating In I than seven percent in 1930 accordIng placed on caution and carefulness organization gets its "...ea legs' fruit as a
Jacksonville.
plant
[ to make the Victory Dinners Hon Fred H. Kent, director of automobiles.I bull market loomed In the berry j
The to preliminary figures for the around roads and All but two of the twenty-four
| oe of the moat successful gain- the Dinners to be held corporation hall leased a Industry. resulting from heavy
Victory
concrete first: ten months of the year com- In our local high school the charter membeia were present!
Tings of Us kind In the history of March,4. building at 2685 Roselle rains that cut the crop both here 1 I
piled this week. two committees, the Safety committee Wednesday.
Street and will '
tie Install a $100,000
The members! of the and at Plant
county.
fruit, vegetable and seafood freer-I i'I The states of Kentucky, Alabama and the Road Patrol Committee City. I
[committee are: FEW Ing plant I Georgia Florida, MIssiBSlp- to teach and promote safety A few thlrty. lx pint crates sold '

Mrs L. A. Davis, chairman of RESPOND The late strawberry crop will be i I,!i: pi and Tennessee all registered leductions on the school grounds and on SENATOR\ ARNSOfficials here Wednesday for $3: and the i

the arrangement committee; May- handled first and Bradford grow-I|I in the ratio of traffic fatalities the highways near the school. The average through the past week was .

|$\r T Frank Landrum. chairman of To Hayes ers are being _offered contracts I to gasoline consumption. members of the road patrol have I I II around eleven cents a pint ',

lO e ticket committee; Nat Stern- stating that Frosted Foods will The State of Florida made the special caps and badges from the The total movement from Starke '
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berg chairman of program comImlttee three cents I best record with only 23.7 fatalities American Automobile Association and Lnwtey since Thursday of last j
pay growers pound
per
and W. P. Smith, toast- ON ROUNDSONLY ten million gallons of gasoline(I I I week Is estimated at 233,508: which
Imaster. I net for U S. No. 1 berried, crates' per (AAA) and have the enviable record AGAINST PARING I j
E. I.. Matthews, chairman 'I I consumed motorists. would return to of
and cups for harvesting to be furhlshej by of never having had an accident mean a growers ,
m&l the publicity committee. I by the corporation. 'I'I Although the year 1936 saw a I happen while on duty This I I around $23,033 88.

Vice-chairman Wall yesterday TWELVE APPLY According to the terms of the marked increase in motor travel Is the third year of the departments j LEGISLATOR CLAIMS EXCESS The quality of fruit here U already -

[Said the sales had already passed FOR HOMESTEAD TAX contract, a U. S, No. strawberry I II. throughout the south as Indicatedby organization. Chester I ECONOMY; IM.PAIRS showing signs of recovering1t t
Itfte fifty mark, and were rapidly EXEMPTIONTax : I la a berry not less than three- the Increased consumption of Moody Is chairman of the Traffic from the heavy blow dealt the j

(Counting. Indictions are that : fourths inch In diameter, which la gasoline, motorists In this section Squad (Patrol Committee) and An- I EFFICIENCYi : present crop by heavy rains that ,|{

more than one hundred plates will Assessor! E. W. Hayes, said : firm, well colored, free from mold established new standards for safety cll Futch is chairman of the Saf- of continued almost without a breakthrough :
Senator D Sun it Glllta.
[be sold before the close of ticket yesterday that very poor response, and decay and free from badly and the accident rate veered ety Committee. i I: DeFunlak Springs, this week warned Saturday and Sunday ;

[Jla Ie.. was made to his recent visits to I crushed or split, dried or unde- '!sharply downward. Safety Is further promoted by'' officials\ against economy ingovernment Plant City suffered from the same i

&. Previously It was announced that every* precinct In the county for ,, veloped berries and free from dam. I The widespread program of satiety having students sign pledges, by I i to the degree that trouble and shipments there were \
Harold C?!'. Wall was chairman of the purpose of receiving applications : age cause by dirt or other foreign education now being directed at I |I i ; cut to nine cars Monday and five j
them
giving safety badges, by would or curtail
I Impair efficiency
the county for the Victory Dinners, for Homestead Exemptionand matter, ball, sunscald, birds, Insects motorists and pedestrians in this |, cars Tuesday. The total movement j'j
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essential activities
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which Is an error. Mr W. B. Alex- tax returns. mechanical or other roeuns. 'land other sections of the country workbooks on safety and by motion from there thin season Is 13oKJ,949! j

ander ia chairman of the dinners During the week, Mr. Hayes said, The term "well-colored" means that I lis proving effective In cutting' the pictures one of which will bo ;i The next Senate Prcnldpntdeslgnnte pints for which growers have N-

IWd; Mr. Wall Is serving as vice- only twelve made applications for at least ninety percent of the surface -accident 1 rate. i shown at the school auditorium':, prior to beginning a state- ceived an estimated gross of $1- 1 i

halrman with Mr. Alexander. homestead exemption of their of the berry is colored red No small part of this program 1 1i March 11 I I whit tour, made the following an- 201.501: j
W. This Is one of a large'number of I ;property. and the balance pink. An allowance nouncement. In Interviews with .
|1 + I Things are expected o open up j jI
Kiuch: dinners being held slmul- ,1 His trips beginning Monday of I of four percent will be made preen respondents' : here big In the next wnek or ten j

aneously In every section of the i|: (last week and ending Friday of the for variation In color or size and t{ SEWING ROOMS REACHESPEAKIn I "The !people of Florida demand I days. It Is generally lelleved that i

country In honor of President I I same, took him Into every pre- fit mneaa, but no allowance for for- and have a right to expect the there In no further danger from 1(

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Vice- cinct of the county. "People just eign matter. practice of economy In governmental cold weather, und 1 the worst of the .
President John N. Garner, to commemorate J. L. Harrell StarkeCONSTRUCTION I affairs but there, .seems to ,
don t seem Interested," Mr Hayes of Lawtey Is\ Making Clothes rains are thought to bl' over Thephenominol
the completion of theirffiprst avered, when questioned about the agent for the corporation and Is I bo H difference of opinion ns to line In prices this week ,

four years as the nation's number of' persona making appli handling the contracts what constitutes economy did much to put Bradford farmers .

("'''leaders and to raise sufficient cations.i AID SUFFERERS I "Certainly It ought not to mean In art optimistic frame of mind, and
I
honey to pay off the deficit left i,| During the time Mr. Hayes has Strange Fruit HereJ. that any Institution supported by they are looking forward to a good '

Sever by the recent presidential j been in office, he stated that about 11. Mixson, representative of L. the state, or any department of season, even though unusual wea !

jbampalgn.S i seventy-five have made application Caiazzu & Co., wholesale commis- I -Ifil GARMENTS: FOR RELIEF NEARLY $15.000 SPENT; government, la to have Its efficIency ther conditions have kept them t

According to Mr. Wall dinner I I' for the homestead exemption. The sion merchants of New York presented SEWN; BY 'OMEN1'ORKERS : FOR ntJILDINC; Imiuilred.' or that essential. guessing from week to week

Ktlckets have been priced at $1.73: time for filing expires April 1. the Telegraph this week I : IN i!>:tr j activities In step. with the development __ ___ A t
Kper plate, of which seventy-five I Hayes, warned landowners who with our first nectarines. This odd I I and exploitation of the state's

ents will defray the actual coatHof are subject to the benefits, that fruit, which was shipped here from During the ;recent floods In I the Building permits to Staike residents resources. should l he cut''tailed" B.H.S. STUDENTS 11

ffiforwarded the dinner, the balance to be they should see that their applications Chile, South America, has the ap- i Ohio and Mississippi Rivers area during the past period beginning Governor Cone Is the .sponsorfor VISIT PRISONARE

Btlonal to the Democratic Na- I are filed In his office before pearance of a peach with a fresh I the local Woman's sewing rooms Nov 18, 1933: through Feb. 1, economy measures designed to

: Committee. the limited time so their propertywill shave It seems and tastes like a I demonstrated their usefulness' and 1937 skyrocketed to a total of $14- trim enough from state expensed LECTURED THAT
R Hon Fred H. Kent, director ofWfhe I be effected by the recently peach, but has a smooth skin likea I I fine spirit by manufacturing 461 540. It was announced this week I to finance old age pension costs CRIME WON'T 1

Victory Dinners In Florida to- enacted homestead exemption act. : plum Mr. Mixson gave several I I{ garments! to aid statement
through Bay issued Mr the Walls following office: I --9iUike's other people some of the fruit, and i fereraI !. Clerk Carl Johns, reveal that the | \ Glllls did not Forty-six boys. members of the !

B, "Every true Democrat and friend j Place Raided several of them are saving the I I The five sewing rooms In the permits took an all time high i I appoint a committee of senators Bradford County High School:
seed and plan to go into the nec- spurt during November 1936 when I' to attend. recent budget commit I
Kt>f President Roosevelt should I ]i Sheriff O. A. Andreu and deputes county worked full time on the Home Science class were taken
tarine business here on a small the total building permits were $7- Ion. hearings, us requested by the !
join wholeheartedly In this nation- I raided Mike's Place Sunday clothing and the women workers through the State Prison Farm, at
Elvlde party rally. Not only Is It';'j I night and arrested the owner, Mike scale Starke during Mr. Mixson the will be In j I gladly and> generously gave up 160 or over half of the .entire period 1 governor. Glllla held his selection Ralfont last Thursday by their !j

|h 0 nor ling two great AmerKJcana I Klonclea and three others for gamb- son. strawberry sea- their day" so that more time i aa president of the senate still was LitHcliera) Mills Virginia Maxwell, '!

but It is! solidifying the ranks I ling. Klondea was held for $250: +- could be devoted to sewing for During the month of January I unofficial and he would be unauthorized and A.m. Clenlo Hlckok, The following !

fof the party and at the same time i bond as proprietor while the others Return To Work flood relief. The workers In the and July of last year permits were 1 to make. such appointI in tide. "Crime Won't :

{raising money for the purpose i I were released under smaller ; sewing rooms are given one day Issued for $200 each month, which I menta.I Pay," was written by Sum

which should be dear to every bonds. Mikes Place Is about a Activities at the clerk of cir- of the week to sew for themselves was the lowest of any one period I| 9--- son, a member of the group, Simp'f'f

{Democrat rejoicing over the tre-.mile I and on<--half north of Starke cuit court's office were seriously I "their day." during the entire time, except I WORM CONTROL student of class OH of B. II.

mendous victory of lust Novem- on Road Thirteen. handicapped last week, when Clerk In the kind of garments made when no permits were iHsued.. I! t'rlmomi't t'ay ,

Hber." ____ A. J. Thomas, Miss! Dorothy Sapp, trousers led sixty-two pairs being Several months of the whole period I PICTURE. SHOWN Fllday, Feb 19 1937. fifty-six I

K It Is planned to have President; | BirthsMr. and Mrs Alma Bain were confinedto made. Sixty-two pilow cases were however let Father Time kill 150 SEE. PICTURES AT Home Science and General Science

((Roosevelt's address, which will be I bed with flu. Ernest Byrd also sewn, and fifty-nine infant them without showing a single permit LAWTEY SCHOOL boys visited the State Prison. Farm ;
brought to every dinner by means and Mrs. William F. Hud- courthouse janitor, has resumedhis I I dresses were completed, along with ,, Issue. Those months were: with their teachers, Mrs. Hlckok
of a nation-wide hook-up of all ma- f-son, Saxon, boy, Feb 20. duties' along with others of the .' thirty-nine pairs mens' shorts February. 1936; Apill, May and. TUESDAYOne and Miss Maxwell. As we formed

jor radio chains, from the $100 per 1011". ,and Mrs. E. C Johns, Law- official family, after suffering a I thirty-four terry towels, thirty. June, 1930; and November and December of the largest attendancesto a line of two's in front of) the gates

plate dinner at the Mayflower Ho- I tey, boy, Feb. 20. recent attack of flu. I three slips, twenty-two dresses of 1936. the educational picture, showing I noticed our glude came from the ;I

tel In Washington, broadcast at -------- I (womens'), twenty gowns, eighteen Business picked up during the the proper treatment of animals in* office building lie Introduced

10 p. m. Eastern Standard Time comforts"" seventeen dresses first part of the new year, when ]'tested by screw worms, gathered himself as Tip Mercer serving two

I[L WHAT DO YOU THINK? ] I girls'( ), seventeen dungarees, fifteen Clerk Johns' records show that Tuesday night at the Lawtey life sentences lie said 'Boys, do
Penney Farms Choir I mens shirts, fourteen gowns $310 In permits were Issued In I'l school auditorium where the pic- what your mother and teacher \

I St. Mark's Choir will have as (womens'), twelve shirts (Infants January and one other permit was j ture was shown. tell you. Co to church and school; 1
t, twelve pair B. V, D.'s, leave alcohol alone. will v
28 recorded for the month of February ) County Agent T J<. MeClane Whiskey
,:.their t the guests 11 o'clock on Sunday service,, the Feb Penney I Our question this week grows manager of Mitchell's DrugStore eight Infant caps, five slips, four on the first of the month for Jr., said more than one hundred I get you In trouble. The more

I Farms Choir will out of the city councll's discussion answered "Yes, but we boy*' shirt, three quilts, three 350.: j i and fifty persons attended the crime you commit, the more hor-
the service.Boys They as whether or not to install safety should have caution lights onlyas aacques (Infanta), one pair boot- According to figures chronicled show supplemented by Interesting s rors alone you must suffer I have

K ng I lights at the Intersections of Roads there Is not enough traffic tees, and one jumper. during the month of January and) talks by officials of the screw drunk enough whiskey If It was
Under the direction of the Rev. Thirteen and Twenty-eight and for Miss Ruth Johnson ofwomens' I put In a pond you could go swimming -
stop and go signals. supervisor to February 1, 1937, the passingyear wcrm administration and! County i
jilr. Rogers, of the Memorial Home I I Thirteen and The In It--but It didn't get me a
'' Forty-eight. U', II. ".\UT, furniture store pro- work In Bradford Coun- holds little promise of surpassing j Agent McClan
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[Community this group of 'Clay I coats of such lights are Investigated high position. My mother often (
being -
prietor: "Yes, and we should ty, said that she had numerous offers the above, Gainesville Re- <
I period given T B. Roberts, ,
lads' have attained to a ,, ) I
County and the state has been quoted this verse, 'Seek first
have a stop and go light IF It Is : from outsiders to help the when the totals reached the $14,000 gional Supervisor of the admlnlatiatlon ye
(remarkable degree, the spirit that' ,, asked for permission to install the run constantly and not every I flood needy by sewing but havingno mark. sELEANOR gave the audience a fifteen the kingdom of heaven and all
characterizes traditional boy. lights and also to share In the ex other half-hour like the local )I authority In such matters, had I reels these blessings will be added unto i
between
-- minute talk, the two
,[choirs In the English Church. I j' pense of them. Both crossings light at Call and Walnut to decline their offers with thanks of the His talk you,' but I only laughed and call '

f The Rev. Mr. Rogers, retired I i! have been the scene of numerous PATE OASSKTT. proprietor ofCaasett'e I I "These garments were all well POWELLAT to curtailment picture. of the pertaining pest, ed her old-fashioned. Boys, do>

from the ministry of the Baptist accidents lately most of which, Hardware Store, be- made and the Infant garmentswere RITZ whose infestation of animals, and what Is right, you can't get by-

[Church, and himself at one time I(I fortunately, were minor. But as lieves traffic lights should be installed made mostly by hand. All even human brings In few Instances 'Old John Law' will catch you and

la choir boy In Trinity Church, To- |, traffic Is constantly Increasing the on teh two corners were garments any one could be TAP QUEEN APPEARINGIN has cost the American then you will be forgotten by

ledo, Ohio, has continued ,his ministry :'': danger of accidents rises proportionately "Stop and go lights are needed proud of," Miss Johnson stated. "BORN TO farmers and livestock owners roll' friends" brothers, sisters, and loved 1

in this Interesting way, and some method of traffic because on the highways motor- All of these clothes were made DANCE" lions of dollar annually, was favorably ones.
[among the boys he found about control Is definitely needed. late usually go fast and dependon by approximately eighty-nine wom- received by the Interested He said he was not drinking I
him.The Here another question arises. What the other fellow to do the 1 en In the five county sewing Coming to the Rita Theatre Sun- audience Comment from farm- when he committed crime becausehe ,
I Friday night Lenten service shall It be and day for a two day run Is Metro.GoldpvynMayers"'Born wanted a clear brain, but alcohol 3
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a stop go light or stopping. Caution lights would i sewing rooms In the apace of about ers afterwards revealed that they ,
twill, aa usual be. at 7:30. merely a yellow caution light 7 not remove this 'dependent' feel- two weeka. to Dance, :I started him with the wrong
were enlightened much as to how j
--9 j I -Do think traffic _._ a gay musical starring the current. (companions He had a wife and
you lights but the stop and -- -----
Ing go type to properly care for Infested] livestock -
star" In the tap dancing ,
ly "brightest I children and had a good but I
Cone Here Sunday should be installed on the intersections would." Traveling Theatre job,
field, Eleanor Powell. She Is I alcohol made him dissatisfied he
of Roads Thirteen and Twen- ;
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S. E. SPAKKS barber own"Lt&hta -
Governor Fred Cone ate Sunday i shop
James Stewart, As a matter of Kent
ably supported by | explanation
ty-eight and Roads Thirteen and Installed, The Chevrolet "Theatre onWheels" I wanted more money but he lost
should be
[ dinner In Starke this week on his er: Frances Lang-ford Ebsen, i Llttlg, who accompanies -
will visit Starke next Buddy j projector operator, all.
f
I I I Forty-eight What ? Why"Read
E from Orlando tq Tallahassee. I II type : with stop and go signals and I '
way
and Virginia Bruce. the picture, Interesting
these answers and then- Thursday and present a talking gave Tip Mercer a lust admonition to
I When he and a man and a woman i I should be kept burning because i
What Do You Think? motion picture In the Torode Chev- Scheduled for Tuesday and Wed- '' and educational previews the boys was: "Promise me you!
] companion came out of a local restaurant I, the traveling public depends on rolet Co. building beginning at 4 |of the scenes and in details explained will never betray confidence and
J the street had Its usual de- ': JOE WILSON, prominent real safety signs, lights, etc., for their nesday Is "Fugitives In The Sky", 1 J the entire picture the I a
The 1 is aald to show along do the Read
l serted Sunday afternoon look so estate broker, told the Inquiring safety In travel. To stop for a p. m. picture a drama on wings with Jean Muir I always right thing.
I views of the San Francisco bridge, way. your Bible; go to church, and leave
i the Governor did not get to see reporter "Yes It Is very necessary traffic lights is a chance to re end Warren Hull. I
I safe the principals of radio, etc. Rubl- County Agent McClane made a alcohol alone. Boys, you can't
i of his friends. He expressed to have lights on both lax for the motorist and a --.
many I noff and his violin are also In the I short talk after the picture, about commit a crime and think you can
t chance to cross the street for
this fact and said he crossings as they are dangerous
regret over I I picture. There la no admission and MarriagesWillie treatment of livestock Infested by cover it up and the world will
j was back to Starke sometime Intersections, and we should have the pedestrian, especially aa they I
coming I the public Is cordially Invited to be Mae Newsome Starke to I the worms and the care for wounds keep on treating you good. Crime
I soon when he would have snI I stop and go lights by all means are Starke pedestrians. Starke '
I opportunity to .hake'more hinds. D. P. CAItPENTEK.!: owner and safety first. present at the showing Hassle Hurst, Macclenny, Feb 12 befr:10 and alter the fly attacks.! won't pay.;' j ji 1 i





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"'1 i it on the continent.. Here was erected FLORlD.TOWNS LIKE I 1 HAMPTON/ Hall Martha Joyce "I.-M". ',

H ." the first church, here white UNUSUAL: NAMES RURAL I HIM A4 M io.. Corr..p..-..-t Hall, Willis, Allen, Don, i I.
men first exercised the right of A. Johns, Randall B,
Residents of the North Central \
, :i'r'--'; Book Review suffrage, negro slavery was first Florida community who are protesting GossiptownDr. I COMMON SENSE Beach Miss recently Kathryn visited Weest friends of Vero and Collins Wallice Collin,

'PAG1' !: -EI Introduced, the first free school t the changing of the town SPUDS JOHNSON relatives here. Bell Brown, Margaret (r;?, 1
1 .), was operated and trial by Jury was I name of Juliette, leaving Romeo Br Ita Kalch Calvenette
':. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dempsey, of U II', :r.: .
first given the people.Of the
alone nearby are by no means ,
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PROTECTS business visitors Hlnson Ernest Dau ,
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BOARD Graham, were hoiu
PLANT '
the first ten Presidents, only proud citizens of the United I t CI:
j Tidewater Virginia la more than Washington, Jefferson, Madison'I States who have a similar problem W. E. Middleton came across FLORIDA FARM EMPIRE here last Sunday.Mrs. i Durham. Lowten YouriKi!': !< ,,",! ,
a phrase It la an entity. It Is onetr this time. FROM RAVAGING PESTS W. R. Jackson has returned Brown, Hazel
r Munroe, Harrison and Tyler were I at the following poefi'. a recent Issue I Brown
1 home here after visit IJur
ti those namea--like the to her a
magic born In Virginia. It Is easy to un- Word cornea that the U. S. of "Patchwork; a small medical -I -- Green, R. L. Brown i 1.1, i ,
'i Chateaux of France the Castles on with her daughter Mrs. Alta '
,
Jerstand this little of Board meet with
t' why triangle Geographic may
.' He considered it so Into Flor- Brown Holland
pamphlet. Preventing the entry Blown
) R the Rhine, the Lakes of Klllarney Stringer of High Springs. \i h,
low tidal country has been called determined opposition in Its propo- t
had of !it made diseases
that he and
good a copy ida of foreign Insects
za Hall Mrs.! R. L.
of visit-
or the Spanish Mainboth panor- Thornton Johns Ocala. Br.vn
of sal to from the certain
"The Cradle the Republic. erase map sent to the for pub. F.ry:
amic and legendary an expectation and Telegraph affecting plants and plant productsIs ed his father L. G. Johns this Chesser, Eugene Chess,
which it deems
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Lt The glamous of history and the community names lication. Aren't we glad that more economical, by far than 10:111:
i'l i'l6F and a promise. pomp of great names need not obscure undignified or freakish. The Bureau Starke isn't like the horrible place eradication after they become es- week. Boyd.
'; This triangle of land Is perhaps had better think twice before described below?: The Rev. W. T. Turner of Gainesville
more Interesting to Americans to us the present charm of pricking local pride and besides tablished. will preach at the Baptist
heard of
than any other equal area betweenthe Tidewater's old estates, its old the picturesque names of American Have you ever Gossip Assigned to this Important task Church next Sunday morning and 1 ..
Town .
I two oceans. In It was made houses, Its lands and waters. Paul communities are really traditionsand are the State Plant Board quarantine evening.Mr. .oj. J

" the first permanent English set Wilstach has written here a book assets. On the shore of Falsehood Bay, inspectors stationed at Pensa- and Mrs. Ralph Brown who To Cct Rid ol irld j |

} ; tlement at Jamestown In 1607. In which combines the color and splr- Dishwater Pone somewhere In : Where old dame rumor, with rustling cola, Jacksonville, West Palm have been the guests of Mr. and Poisonous Wum"' ,

Tidewater assembled the first truly 'it( of enjoyment of the poet and ar- the country would be changed to gown Beach Miami Key West, and Tam Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. by Year aonatanUy kidneys flltarini help to k....-..\.-N
representative legislative bodyeh.ek. tist with the clear perspective and Mirror! Lake, If the Board has Its Is going about all day? pa. Also empowered to enforce Brown have returned to their homein 1 from II.. Mood. If your w w;, '
I guidance of the historian.You Federal by reason lunctlonally dtaortarVl t ,ml V I; '
quarantines Ill
plant
::1 way, and Widow's Tears Falls Chicago nme..arns Impurit.. 'h ,. ,
;
BETTEDsin( will find this book at (the would become Brldalvell Falls It isn't far to Gossip Town, of authority as collaboratorswith Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. Brown, badas poleonlnt h.dr-w44. of dime.lb..,. rbela .'.''''''"\oj
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; i 1 i i: COLDS Public Library, along with Ernest Mud! Lake changed to Jewel Lake. For people who want! to go, ', the Bureau of Entomology their guests this week, their naming aianly or toe I .
6 6 O and Sutherland Bates' edition of The There must have been reasons for The Idleness train will take you and Plant Quarantine United daughter, Mrs. John Napier, and nation or bladdar may d-turbanra ba. warnlnr. of''war '*

iI' 1 r FEVER Bible which Is designed to be readas the original names and they are down. States Department of Agriculture, family, of Fernandina paralataat You' had?h... n. II..ofJuUr i '"*
What It. I living literature, Ruckatull's probably more appropriate than In just an hour or so. these men constitute Florida's first Ninth Grade Honored aumr up .'.bra. a'lark.....Ih., '
Ii'j' LMril 'I'!\DI.F.'r. flr.. *.? line of defense .... se. tb. a-tMI < Doer?".
ling, or : the against plant pest wwk,
,: .*i*\M NOM8' ll..d.rbe., 80 Great Works of Art and What fancy language. Tampa On Friday evening, February 12, plJnoI .IIL. oa rw II
anywaymoney UHo/'s AIlae... Makes Them Great, and Pearson & Times. The thoughtless road Is a popular Invasion. the seventh grade of the Junior .. .s.w It Ie "II..,tot',..

; ? TTT -M...-.TI.-Worl.LI.I.... Beat ': Mien's Nine Old Men, which every I Bradford County can easily lend route Should any Insect or disease slip High School entertained the ninth :!lrauc.t...tbat.. e.k.-tbln.. WOD eo......".'.h......t.

Theremaking ... to the addition of odd names In And most folks start that way past the quarantine Inspectors, a grade at the home of Misses Mary ably hde.d.._ps. V.alai. 0._.,.lilt".Ut. .,.

t BOREE the state with a few offerings But It's sleep down grade, If you second line of defense Is still to be Lee and Dorith Johnson. Interest- D-'.. .010 n.laM..l .m..y

, The prir FUNERAL HOME namely: Ziff Bootsey Beach, Double -I I don't look out.You'Uland I reckoned with by the Invaders. Ing games were played, and a good

ing and: Full lias of Caket A Undertakers Supplies Run, Rising, Cooter Pond, In Falsehood Bay. Nursery Inspectors who inspect social time was enjoyed. iyITHE
producttadble 11 AMBULANCE SERVICE Shady Lane, Pine Level and others Those present were: Geraldine
each of Florida's
51,363,969 nursery
forlF'means \! DAY AND NIODTS3 too numerous to mention. '
You'll the of of four to ----------------
glide through valley plants an average
to I
fly PHONE 53 ,
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Vlscious Folks five times a and the grove inspectors -
n. G. II. BENNETT, Mgr. The city of Johannesburg, South year WORLD'S GOOD NEWS I
And Into the tunnel of hate who endeavor to Inspectonce
co'better ,
more "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"Beware Attica, was founded after gold was _
<. discovered there in 1886. Then crossing the Add-To bridge every two years the 26,000- will! com to your home every day through
1, and ma' you walk, 000 citrus trees growing In the, I
to make a Confucius merely into state constitute the secondary line. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I
I Is the Latinized Right the City gate '
i more en; The CoughFrom form of K ung-Fu-tze, meaning Plant pests seeking entry into An International Daily Nnuifafer I

Too rrl; J "the philosopher of master K'ung"one The principal street Is called They- Florida from foreign ports have a I' It raoord. for YOU tha world'. clean. aonatruetlva dolnga Tha Monitor .
don not aiplolt trim or aanutton naltnrr
wide choice to of trans- : do. It 'Unora thorn but
.modes
i as dab ""'".., with th...... Faaturai for bu.,
( the mat Sav. .. _.. . .. ... man and alt in*
Interested teal),. J..I.\I. $0. waokly .In. _lloa.
.: too llttl a common cold Court will want to in the Supreme And I ve Heard is the public well, portation.what Is probably AC Aiiami the is world's esia-Diisneu larg- .-.................................---...---------...-----
to the f, ''t readA I and' the breezes that blow from The Chrlatua Sclanca' PubUahln SoclatyOn
I culturemany J Reader.Studio Falsehood Bay, I est international airport.. Duringthe *. Norway air,". Boston MajjachuMtta
etconcluel { That On : fiscal year 'ending June 30 Pieaa..nter mj ubacrlptloa to Tha ChrlrtUn Sclane Monitor tor I
Hangs Are laden with Don't You Tell. a parlod ot I
:: that
I 1936 1.2C9 planes arrived at
I II 1 year I*M I monthj IIM 9 month* la W \ month lie
farm su I v -- ........." I place from foreign points. Miami Wtdnatdar lanai Includlni Ifagatln Boctloa: : 1 jaar II.M, .Uiuai a SoKa.ma I

farm or NO matter how many medicines heal the Irritated tissues as the ,. 14 1:; In the midst of Town Is Tell-Tale I' last year stood second In numberof ............_.............................,...-._.- I

,, yon nave tried for your cough chest germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and 5 I IJ Park, passengers ariving from for- AddMM ............_________.._.--,................__...__
quantityWe cold or bronchial Irritation, you can expelled. Druggists also know the r: : iSI You're .....,.1. Cep ... RN
can' "J ret relief now with Creomuislon. effectiveness of Beechwood Creosote t nevtr quite safe when there eign ports-(it was outranked only
> tory wh, emulsion:: not only contains the and they rank Creomulsion 'T \ For< its owner Is Madam Suspicion by the Port of New York.
soothing elements common to lt.t.
many
) Remark
top for coughs because Besides
profttabfThere; remedies: such as. Syrup of White you get a commercial airplanes,
;} r i Pine Compound with Tar fluid extract real dose of Creosote in Creomui Who lives on the Street Don't Care. many private planes may bring
slon, emulsified so that It Is palatable I
} volved of Licorice Root, fluid extract plant pests into Florida; also passenger -
of Wild Cherry and Menthol but I digestible and potent for going I 4
UprightsI Just buck of the d
park Is Slanders ,
culture ships freighters (during
also has fluid extract of Ipecac for to the very seat of the trouble.
trol of It.II powerful phlegm loosening : Creomulsion Is guaranteed satisfactory and Grand PianosALSO row, October 1936, 214,833: : bunches ot
ruch as effect fluid extract of Cascara for In the treatment of coughs. 'Twas there a good( name died, bananas were unloaded at JackxonHie .
sect per;, :J Its mild laxative effect and, most ''chest colds and bronchial irritations Pierced by a dart from Jealousy'sbow / ),, car ferries loaded with plan
Important of all. Beechwood Creo- and especially those stubborn
note is perfectly blended with all ones that start with a common cold GUARANTEED: : USED .Jiodncts, and, at times, race horse
rA of these to reach the source of the and hang on for dreadful days and l'I.\1'\OS iJi the hands of envious pride and their feed, private pleasure M'
trouble from the inside. Croomul- nights ereafter. Even If other A Trice for I'ockctbcwkLILLIAN'S vessels, and bootleggers' spoet
FEWIf alan can bo taken frequently and 'remedies have failed your druggist every I boats
As
_f continuously by adults and children Is authorized to guarantee Creomui : Fiom Gossiptown peace lung since I Florida grows, so wlli
BtComp t with remarkable results. slon and to refund every cent of your died Its traffic with foreign lands. And
i iFI Thousands o.f doctors use Crcontulaion money if you are not satisfied with MUSIC STORE I Cut trouble and and I with the growth of foreign trade. 4 0 Oet
grief '
woe,
i In their own families aswell results from the very first bottle. I ', vlth Its
huge
'IiJ. as In their practice knowing Don't worry through another sleep And Borrow and care you'll meet i i passenger ships its
'1 bow Creomulsion aids nature to less night-phone or go get a bottleof Ups| Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE I' instead, |i :'relghtera with ever Increasing
soothe the Inflamed membranes and Creomulsion right now. (Adv. IF EVER YOU CHANCE TO GO. I')I cold storage facilities Its airplane

and Its dirigibles, so will the
,I, grow I _
er
i I number
s of plant pests seeking admission
I I -
:

JtH'' Members of the State Plant n

3oard, responsible. for the adminia
tratlon of the provisions of the .
.(I ISHf1
Florida Plant Act of 1927, are

jeorge II. Baldwin Chairman,

Jacksonville; O. J. Semmes, Pen I

acola; H C. Duncan, Tavares: T 9 R i &uttryuome MCCALL'SP

VV. Bryant, Lakeland; R, P. Ter

.y, Miami; J. T. Diamond, Tallalasbee / @Story PLCtotia1 l3 rrER E1ttlre

Is Secretary, and Wilmon JleUiew FARA3 ryJOl

.- --- j.-i ,. > Newell, Gainesville Plant Commla _, ANAL
; Deliveries
/ ;! ..;-; ';; .' / Vp: ': ;.' ,.>(4-"t( m'f'-\\; .., .-Y..V--" :' .' iriVlr7 1' of new Chevrolets 'loner. I
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are now being made in 4Yr.

ever-increasing numbers. Hints To Housewives AaC Wqa f

/ 6 Mrol Cokrre.r Awytry doumal-J
ii' Production In the pealesa ? R Yr
t
great O fsunlry rftl,,
Site pomNt field -r- _6 Mss Na.l J YtG
4 Chevrolet plants Is Increasing tVrelily' from Home Demonstration ChtSHa 6m m aN .1 Yr,

Specialists! Tallahassee. FlaStt 2N'L_" Yr'W Bari m' 1 Yr,
with each passing day. p McCs1'ep tuts Xo ."- a Yr,
y1'i i: Ay i1'' Moas. 0 N111u,6i cd i Maa yr
f jM : : ; -"ft v l 'V DltCMSY PRUNES: 0 pesdletnll po.d -'Yr. 0 Wrln, 1 Yr,
:
To than aaM .ruln 6 Md 7 Muh.ai Yn
more 100,000
loyal t _- r 4L
Prunes rich In Iron and vitaminB a Qppetuhil7 alas Yr. E7 Mother ,,d -- Yr.a .
buyers who have patiently awaited and other food values, will be pgne tsuklyl 2 Yo 0 PIOAnour Xom. Llh- 1 y.
delivery new Chevrolet! ordered fathAaau p.rles"t' a Rard ..1
ess apt to wear out their welcomif \ i MontOl Y.
weeks ego-and to scores of thou in the months when they appear tld- Y Yr'r it prkerN6u y 1.l Ys.a
sands of other who 1 d. nrer -.l Pr.
people are most frequently, the homemakerjses put .... Yr.
0 WRed kuma)1 Y.
lyeld 'r- ae i
placing their orders
now-our a little Imagination In presenting _
,. Yr,
AND WILLING thanks and our assurance of quick them to her family. 0 Cdsaieat Yr.

I delivery! A suggestion for breakfast -

Chevrolet production it rapidly prunes Is to change the flavor a a. .

incrtaiing, and delirur.oJ your little. A slice of lemon cooked -
car will be made soon if you have .vlth the fruit Is one way to accomplish OFFER NO 1' OFFZR NO II

i placed your order in past reels or this. Many use a pinch!;! 01 This .......pop.r. lr...( Ail For\ I."aa 0..111' This Nawapapar. I Yr3Ma ., For All Only lour

t r iIf 4i1J if you Moreover place it today! 3ult'iplce in cooking cinnamon prunes.or nutmeg A little 6 hum Maaado.s. Group B }$0.10 ..cnIoai Croup A }$'2.40

we can assure you nakes stewed prunes a bit differ
that you will be amply repaid for
ent. When whole prunes only are OFFER NO. S OFFER NO. 4
f insisting on getting a new Chevrolet used for dessert dishes or salad the This Nawipapar, I Yr. All Pour Ihla Nawapapar, 1 Yr. All air
a s because it's the only complete Manus. Mapasle.4
C a emalning Juice may be appetizIngly 2 korn c..p A y..Oaly tarn yeOolr
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car-priced to low. .and becauseit flavored and served as a M..I". .25 Gmup O
'. $2 Masada..
iKftv; /isivj.v.i: will 1 B 3 $2.5
bring you more value than jreakfast fruit drink.In from GroaP b.m Group 6

S e e a you can possibly get anywhere most prune desserts, the frul: I

h else at such low price s mashed to a pulp; sometimes i it:

1 t Thank you again for your loyal s sieved, but this is seldom nec Aaaarican Boy __ .Mod.r. Machaalx.. A-IaTaatton i >.1S ,
j riend.hip-and will thank essary. The pulp may be used as Amorlean. Fruit Growor_ 1.71 3 Hodon Pi....... _.. _'_ 100a
you us I Amarloera Mogaaina. ____ I.al 0.... Rood lei Boys. S ._ .oo
I when you take the wheel of these spread for. prune shortcake or Baltw H..... and G '. filling for pie or tarts in pre- s_..'. Cuutta 1.70 Paranta' Mavaaia __ .
better more modern low-priced ...'.
CaP. farms' 1.71 Palliflndar (waaUy. ) 1M I
Jaked shells.
car and truck For quick delivery For prune pie the Child Uf* I.IS Physical Cult..,. __ 111
'ulce and pulp need Chrl.HaB. Harold 1.51t 111 '
a little Pholoplar
-place your order rao..l ornstarch may CoIU.,'. W....." .. 1.50 Pictorial II....... 1M ,
t ;
thickening to make the Country Mom. J 1"- 1.71 Popular Maehaulca. _..._ 111
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION pie easier to cut and serve. For a WnsaPoultry- I.IS Popular Sal.' ... Moatbl,,_ 111 I
Central Matort Sales dressy Ioania 1.71 Sadie If..... (It.oknlcall-. ) 111IIS .
CorporeltoHDOTROIT ery prune pie or shortcake Farm Journal 1 rn ).so Radboek Maqaxlnc _
MICHIGAN spread the Fists and Ru.as Ra. ..... I
'A top with whippet. 215 low ol .. a. Iei
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i Spiced prune pulp with H.... and Cardan. '.4$ au". ........ 1 W i,
chopper Hauaahold Mnq...... 1.7' SPorq AII.11t y04
I luts through It Is an excellent Liberty Wa.klr. Lao (_..tur FormlnoTro I. I
quickly made dessert. Or the pulp tlt.ary DI".., 4,10 ....... MaqoalM 1 rsM I
I CHEVROLET Cail's Ha9CAda. 1.00 QWoaaa's World 1.10
may be used for prune whip, a cup- I

r z 'ul" to three egg whites, or for

dune souffle which Is baked prune .
hip. Hot prune gingerbread and 0d Oi tit W 101 ttllf SRI..

THE ONLY prune steamed, pudding are tw. Gentlemen:
COMPLETE CAR- PRICED SO LOW other Ideas. I ,

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Bradford County High School Journal



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;UME TWO STARKE ."LORJD.Io'IUU..\l. 1'ERh1'.tRf: %6, 1931 NUMBER! TWKNTY-TWO

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w EDITORIAL STAFFEDITORINCHIEF First Aid Students Benson Hears Talks Senior Facts Show Now For A Smile

Tour State Prison! One Twin PopularThe [ ELEMENTARY ECHOES 1 1
t VIRGINIA FUGATE Mr. Benson attended a lecture- on"Objectlv..s Mis Long: "What are three verb l
eI of General Education"by '
LITERARY EDITOR The First-Aid class motored to I senior high school students forms?
Dr. Cbarles H. Judd, Charles F.
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n ARTILE HEMINGWAY the Florida State Prison Farm decided the "facts" about seniors John Arthur: "Indicative, Inter-

SOCIETY EDITOR Thursday, February 21, via bus Grey Distinguished and Head of Department Service- Professor of- last week. We are printing the rogative, and Imperative." Washington, Lincoln New Readers for 6th.

and cars. After- being counted at Education of :winner and second also. Mrs Long: "Giv4 an example ,
3RIED KILLINGSWORTH University Chicago, Honored In ProgramMiss
the gate we were chaperoned about at the University orf Florida last i 1. Prettiest girl Grace Arwood, I'!'of each." The sixth grade la happy to have

J EXCHANGE EDITOR the place by a life termer- or rather Wednesday evening Beatrice Moseley. John: "Tom Is sick I'ause--Is Hogged had charge of the new ENon Readers. We have already -

MARGIE MCMILLAN a man who had two life sen- 2. Best looking boy, S. G. Den Tom sick?!longer puaoeSkk I chapel program Thursday. She read stories of Edison,
tences hanging over his head. I mark, Aitford Brown "
'em Tom!
SPECIAL REPORTER Law Class Conducts I led us In the Bong "America" after Washington, and Lincoln
M The first place visited was the 3, Most athletic girl, Mildred -
which saluted the and
LOIS JUDD we flug We are glad' to have an old pu
y kitchen and dining room. After Mock Murder Trial Brown, Skeet Tlaon Chester: "Thlt8ouI horse-
i repeated the Lord's Prayer. The pil back: George Flynn, fromCIE'I'In
1a looking this over we looked at the 1 4. Most athletic boy, Randolph he goes ten miles without stopping. I following numbers were then given
EDITOR'S MESSAGE theatre where some of the prisoners The Commercial Law class was Quarrels, Artford Brown, Want; to buy him ; : Richard Jackson

Ambition were studying books with their the center of attraction last ''I 5. Cutest girl. Grace Arwood. Albert Lee: "Nohe's no goodto 1. "Flag of the Free", sung by ..--. .,!

+n Instructors. day afternoon when they Thurs-I 6. Most popular boy, Artford me I live eight miles from second l grade pupils after which everyone -
h What Is ambition? It has beendefined Next we visited the pressing club In the auditorium. The I Brown, S. G. Denmark. school, and I'd have to walk back joined In and l sung the first! Third Studies JapanHelen j

as the habit of mind that where the prisoners were- pressing of the high school students attended ) 7. Most popular girl, Virginia two miles every time after I rode verse and.I chorus
'
$ ves to excel. This habit of mind clothes. After this we went to the and several teachers were also Fugate, Grace Arwood him" 2. "The First King.! a two act H.irdenbrook, Gloria Cooper -

etl1a' y be a very good, or a very bad cells of the prisoners. Here the present.The I: 8. Laziest! Billy Powell. Albert I playlet wm given by the second and Seletta Sparks were on the

:'r' btag, depending upon the object guard showed us how the doors defendant, Roswell Noegel, Lee Crosby. Policeman: "Hey. you, where grade. The pupil were beautifully honor roll for January (

folfyour ambition. Three commen- were double locked and opened by was chal'gewith! the murder of 9 Most sarcastic, Marie Hin- yuh\ going with nine buckets of costumed in colonial I fashion. Our geography clans Is making .
w 41\iJe, ambitions are "to improve one move of the hand. water?" 3. "Father of the Land l lVe
Luclle Webb. Mr. Howard was the son, Willis Smith. n collection of objects which were i
""t condition of your living" "do I After this we went to the shirt, judge and Leola Norman was the '0. Biggest bluffer, Chester Willis: "I'm going to drown" a Love," wa sung by all made In Japan. Several of the :
W4c'n whatever and "do
do
t I i the best things.you" Surely if weIve and shoe factory. In these shopsit clerk of the court. Billy Powell I 1 Moody, Billy Powell cat." -t, A National Flag Prill wan girls have very pretty dolls. which

to reach these seemed as if the prisoners' were acted as attorney for the. state with II. Most studious Patsy Ed- given by Mrs. Biggs' second grade were made there.

./p obtaining only that goals which we shall Is working with double time speed. Edna Pearce assisting him Willis; I mondson, Ethel Taylor. Miriam: "Oh\ gee! I'd like to"be ids" Lulu Davis",, Uepoiter. Miss Buddington, Teacher
Last but not least we visited Smith was assisting Winfred Ha- 12. Friendliest girl Virginia on that boat bound for London. -- ----
WJ for us. the "flat top' where the electric zen as attorney for defense. Fugate, Marble Hemingway Tubby: "You'd be a mighty un- IIIOUKAFIIY OF and her four brothers. go to school

--. chair was. Court was called to order and 13. Friendliest! boy, Ovid Lewis, popular passenger." TKKK.S.V: rKAKL JONES then for six years.

Kindness In between visits from one placeto jury was selected consisting of the Chester Moody.. I Miriam: "How so?" On one windy day In March After six yearn of living In Green

another a double life timer nam- following: Lillian Moseley Eula 14. Noisest, Albert Lee Crosby, Tubby: "Because everyone else Teresa Jones was added to the Cove Spring' Teresu's parents decided

[Kindness can never be stressed ed T. O. "Tip" Mercer gave short Mae Dyal, Floried Kill ingsworth, Roswell Nogel. on board wants to go to Brazil." Jones'' family. This day happened i to try their burin near

[enough. It is up to each person : talks about "don't steal and don't Elizabeth Plummer, Clarice Gill, 15. Best dressed gill, Myrtlce to be the last day in March in Starkn'
I Killlngsworth: Virginia Alvarez. Virginia: "If try to kiss me 1019 Teresa began school In Starke
llnjithe world to be kind to other drink. He said that over sixty and Dorothy Crosby. you
16. Best dressed Artford I'll call mother." In the ninth grade and has gone
cent of the cases here were boy my Teresa the first two
[people whether they be friends or per The five state witnesses were spent years
thorn This she
Brown, S. G. Denmark. Junior: "What's the matter with ever since. year
[ An act of caused from drink. of her quiet babyhood days in
etrttngera. kindness airways first called to the stand then the will from Bradford
17. Best girl sport, Marie Tlaon, father" graduate
leaves an impression. If that The trip was very interestingand five witnesses for defense The your Green Cove Springs. In tho first School
after which
Beatrice "Oh he Isn't deaf County High ,
Moseley. Virginia: as ai
[act;, of kindness isn t performed was enjoyed by the boys very attorneys made their plea to the two years of Teresa's life she kept she hopes to become u stenographer -
18. Best boy sport, H. Q. DE'n.mark mother Is.
[when the chance to do so is presented much. jury and the Jury then withdrew.No I a high recommendation for being for some large firm TereMII -
Randolph Quarrels.
the people looking on and decision was reached so a mis- such a quiet pleasing and pretty
19. Most dignified, Hilda Wy- Paul 1"'. "I wonder why It Is thata him very pleading manners amiwe k
lth; <|person that we could have helpIe4 trial was the result. All the students baby. Hut It seemed that movingto
Senior Wins feel
Lucky will bo fiil in
rick very succes
,
Myrtice Killingsworth. nautical mile Is nearly u seventh
,won't have an impression that is who took part did well, Newbctry, F'lol'lttlill\ not agree
[favorable or it won't be as strong Theatre Bank Night which shows what the CommercialLaw I 20. Best all round student, longer than a mile on land" with her, for she became very cross life. .
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Patsy Edmoi.dhon, Ethel Taylor Mr Jas 'it should and could be if the act Class has been doing you" and l unhappy. CAI.KMI/Mt OK IEN1'SMonday !
-- sw'llin water.
Hon, things
[kindness, was performed. Friday, Feb. 19 proved to be a -- .. After a year of life In Newbetry March 1:
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,A, kind person to me Is a person lucky day for Dolores Bloodsworth. Invitations Sent SocietyHarriet TIIOl' idiom. I always remember. If I The fortunate senior went to Luke the tropical climnte of Miami. B. H. S. Faculty Meets I
aly someone doing a kindness toaaoneone Butler Friday night to go to the To Seniors By AirThe Bishop spent the day In 1. Nothing is impossible to In- The year spent In Miami was sO Tuesday, March 2: i ili

'\ else I remember that per- ,show. It happened to be cash night, Jacksonville, Saturday. dustry. full of events an,1 l such a great II. B. Journal Club
can even if that is the only time so Dolores registered To her seniors were given a big Frances Peek, Edna Pearce, and 2.'e must climb to reach the change in life that Teresa had no WiHlncHday; March 3:

t.'ever see the person. It always great surprise her name was called thrill Wednesday morning. A few Harriet Bishop went to Gaines- top. time to be cross.Jacksonville Beta Club4'hnrstbsy

.flflves: me a fine feeling inside to be out and she was presented with minutes before recess the fire signal ville, Friday night. 3, Work first, and then rest happened to be the March/ 4. ,

tad or to see an act of kindness. 6000. Dolores Is planning to use rang, so everyone marched out Grace Green spent Friday nightIn 4. An aim in life 1the only next place of Teresa's' parent Te Victory Day Dinner '

have done something kind is a some of the money for graduation. on the school grounds.In Lawtey fortune worth finding. resas' stay In Jacksonville covered Elementary Chapel !

all treasure. It is something a few minutes the pupils were Vonda Inman spent the weekendin will 5. be Know added thyself to and all else I a short Peril> of one year. Friday, March S-

'at no one can take from us andy Donations ReceivedThe astonished to see the Starke air- Lawtey. .you. During the year spent In I Ill- High School Chapel

we didn't do and even if they plane flying low over the school Bob Long was In Starke Sunday \\II.-\-\\01.1)- IIAITKN IF: Bard Teresa becomes old enoughto ,, -- -

O we feel alright Inside so it Is house. After night. remember n few things or hap
the
following letter was receivedthis circling groundsa .. Virginia didn't go In the 11 B
FOR EARLY
E rlght. It doesn't matter If no U was In these that
few times the plane droppedsome penings. years
week. We appreciate Mr. No home room at recess, noon, and
'' we ble's Interest: white envelopes on the cam- Teresa became 1gr"'H explorer,
,1b've a nice feeling inside. etc.Mr. MORNING HEADACHES
for she wax always Into some
Prof. Leon A. Gray To Basketball BoysThe Benson dldn tell jokes every -
The pus.The
to make the
way world bettey Starke Florida surprised students rushed to mOI'nlng.Students thing.
|, ,) is to be kinder each day. If Dear Mr., pick them up and found that they didn't have to study The next two yearn, we find are 11o
Gray: boys basketball team has
each", person would do one kind spent In four different places Ua
''J ding each day this world would be I am herewith enclosing my were the senior's invitations for I ten new sweat" shirts donated by grammar.The teachers wouldn't First they moved to Dlnsmore, FULL
check for to the W. the "Backwards Party" which the Mr. Nasworthy of Tip Top Grocery give us
[much beter and happier for every- $5.00 payable where she began to go to school,
long assignments over the weekends -
!tie to live in. To be happy is one C. T. U. I wish to make this as juniors are having for them the The sweat shirts have Tip next to White Springs, from thereto DOZIIN

I the aims in life. my contribution to their campaignof last of March. Top Grocery in black letters on Jennings, and from there to .<<1.zN

education which they are so well The to be the back. The boys doing the most makes frlenda easily. He is well- Madison. Demand and Get Genuine
juniors are
congrat-
Mrs. Zede Pixie of Brook, Nev., conducting to get the sweat shirts were Billy liked and Is from Hampton. WhoIs It seems; that Teresa's parents

as a quart glass fruit jar made With personal regards, I am ulated for this clever way of pre- Powell, Willis Smith, and Winfred he? liked Green' Cove Springs, for they I BAYER ASPIRIN

1858 which she says has been Very truly yours, senting the Invitations to the sen Hazen They were asking for Answer: Nyram Wynn. next moved there and let Teresa ,

ed since its Fred B, Noble. iors. money donations from the mer- -. -
every year purchase. ----- -
chants and Mr Nasworthy donated -


i t: fto iIDA 41IC IIj T 6 wiw'l'b1 sweat ey.ten We shirts sweat certainly and shirts we Instead appreciate hope that of mon-Mr.the What Do You NeedIn


Nasworthy Is greatly benefited by

his gift. We are also grateful\ for

the donations. made by other merchants Printed Forms, Office Sup plies, or Social Stationery?

>xteLSt rAIC3Clllty Q115Ec -----.-- (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING!)

tpt'M6 t6 tKW English Lesson Given

IFtT6 1,1.Art Via Radio BroadcastThe
LETTER HEADS RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS


entire high school went For business purposes and social usage. You find.1 new uses every day for rubber -

down to chapel the sixth period Special attention gin to work in two or stamps and the time you save will soon

Friday to hear the Better English more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best quality inking

program that was broadcast over work of art-get away from the scratchpad Dads.
station W. R. U F. in Gainesville

The radio In the auditorium was variety.

put up by Mr. Austin Winkler, local

,. repair man. and was heard very ADDING MACHINE IMUHONS

r distinctly over the entire room. ENVELOPES;
The program was very interest- Of course you knew we carried typewriter

ing and of great benefit to all who Sure you can buy them already stamped} ribbons, but what about the adding

heard it. It was conducted by one from the Government, but they will have machine ? We have them too and the pa-

of the English professor of the about as much personality! and Indh'iduJlf'r rolls upon which you add up to see

University of Florida and his studio ality as another striped suit at the State hoW, much money you'd have if everyone

audience was composed of students Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did.

of the University. o n't have to pay the ones they send you.
Because the program Is so help-

ful and the behavior of the students

)}aPJ/ so good Mr. Gray announcedthat STATEMENTS: ,
;
SECOND SHEETS
would listen
we to the pro-
Some business houses stopped} sendingthese

Or'Mv gram next Friday.. out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when
V-l"'c; -- --
' tlf0J..V \ lw > p I \\OIM) HE HAPPY-': I time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do
r fair return investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkeda
\ My Spoken English class were expect a on your
\ J ar bond in all sizes
not Interrupter Mrs. Demorest. -even that extra long legal
u three cent stamp. We have a very special -
: ( I could find a riddle book a foot size that you can never borrow from

'7 r deep and had plenty of time to price on statements your friends. Also that thin onion skin

work the riddles.Miss Jacobs. for making copies.

$ People would leave us alone in

General Business class.-Lois and CARDS

Doc. For business political and social uses. ODDS AND ENDS
fi .w People would< leave my socks ,

L and my Packard alone.-Hazel. Either printed, engraved or embossed. Rubber bands, gem clips, all kinds of

I could find out why everyone I I I Too many styles to name, but samples are hinders, even ink in quart bottles, we can

laughs when I laugh.-Ancil Flitch. ,'I here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There
I could find a man, about twenty, I must be other things that escape us just
reasonable.
dark, medium sized and Interest- but
now, you can ask.
1 A Vemie.
aOMS ing.---

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Voted Best Citizen WEDDING INVITATIONS

I! The folder type in white the new I.fGAI4IU.ANKS;
Edmondson received the or.
Patsy I Don't bum your legal l blanks-buy them
honor of the best girl citizen in the ivory color. If you must economize on this from s.We have everything you'll need

WINTER HAVEN, FLA., claims the distinction Inches In diameter and 30 feet In height. Its foliage 1 senior class. This Included dependability I 1 item we have a line that looks like engravwhether you're buying a cow or mortgaging -
homes In is of a striking dark green which produces a service, leadership, and patriotism '
having one of the largest packing feels like engraving, but does. t cost ing your home. Our blanks will de every-
beautiful when laden with the con Patsy also wa chosen I'
combination
the world, known as the Florence Villa. This gigantic like engraving thing but pay the mortgage.
the most studious and best all
berries.
red
spicuous
packing house measures 208 by 308 feet on
FISH CROW feeds on all forma of marine round student In senior fact
the main floor In addition to this there are two TilE
Please James
]
-- Get 29 On The Telephone
juice freeing *- both dead and alive. Contrary to general ,
mezzanine floors, and a large orange C.ISSiL": '!
opinion, it does far more good than harm by destroying -
plant. There is a good-looking boy m t
HOLLY TREE, formerly called "Holy innumerable insect pests It frequents the junior class who has black hair '
TIlE brackish and salt waters of Florida and It occasionally '
Tree," was regarded as a sylmbol of the crown the and blue eyes He plays basketball> Bradford County TelegraphI

of thorn In ages past. The Florida Holly I U an found inland. j I well, and I Is a good spor He has I

tree and seldom exceeds 12 an honest face, a nice smile and
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rAGE: FOIR nnADf'ORD COUNTY TILEGB.!: PII.-SARKS. -.-.- PLOnm.\- -- ____- __._______ __ m -FRIDAY--- .--. -FEBRtJ\R\----- '-. t8 1lI.i !>
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Benefit Silver Tea 'Book Review Club to Meet SingingRev.. Mr. O. H. Lowry GUI BRANCH -

At State Affair The Book Club, a department of and What Rev.Constitutes Mr. Montgomery.Good Hymn Miss Elizabeth llarnag,. ?

PAGE Sociciyj The !' circles of the WOJIlI ) the Woman's Club, will meet at Playing--Mrs. L. A. Canova. Mr. and Mrs:-B-lu \1,

.i the Woman's I Union of the Bap 7:30: o'clock Tuesday evenIng Solo, "How Lovely Are Thy children of Pine Lev1 i .. ,, ,"' ",
A. Z. Adkins entertained with a de- March 2, at the home of Mr. and Dwellings"-John Powell. guests of Mr. J. A nn..,, ,o' ,.:
,; 1"-. .a ed a lovely tea Wednesday aft- Mrs. L. A. Davis. _-- family Sunday afteirm, ,",. ''.
I to 0:30: the home of. Mrs. Ethel I Dr. H. 'B. McLendon will give a Mr. and Mrs.
Sunbeams Entertained A. n
\:
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, .' i W. M. S. (Circles Meet Monday Baptist Circles' to Meet noon In the review of "Man, the Unknown" by son, Kenneth spent Sat,III,,, ,?
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L. F. birthday Idea I Alexis Carrel. This review prom- Misses Fannie and Doris Silcox with her .I'',',r
e of thr Woman Missionary Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Missionary to parents, Mr 'i, M, ,
S Circles H Mrs. out In detail in the ises to be of interest a great entertained the members of their M. Johnson at Graham '
p Society of the Methodist Society will meet Monday members of and program. Quan- number of people. Sunbeam Band of the Starke Bap-
' afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the in the "New Mrs. H. Keene and ,,1 I ,,
Hoagland ,
Church will mesa Monday afternoon Chapman dogwood blossoms, Clayton tist Church at the home of their 1I."ht.r k
home of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. York Sun" says of the book: "Dr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Silcox Shamrock Is spending, v ,
of the State end ferns, tastefully ar ,0
Licol ,' t ; at three-thirty o'clock. Circle Mrs.! L. G. Powell, leader, will con- with friends and relate .
I hostesses bowls and baskets, lent Carrel: has attempted a stupendous last Thursday afternoon at 3:30: '
;;, 1 Number One will meet at the duct the meeting. the guests air to the rooms of the task; he has written a long, clear, o'clock. Misa Annie Mae Harr ,".,. .
home of Mr. and 1 -Ira. W. P. Smith, Circle No. 2 will meet at the where the guests as- and logical preface to a guidebookon After playing many delightful Sunday night with Mi\ ,.1I\ i'pe Sfrf,
with Mrs Smith as hostess. Cir- home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot at 3 were Numbers of tall red can- Man It Is constructive in games the little guesta were served 'B. M. McRae of the 1'v! I ,
o'clock. Mrs. O. A. Andreu Is to the remaking ofa section.
cle Number Two will meet at the co- the home candelabra also gave pointing a way assorted cookies and cold drinks.
hostess and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee is to the scene. The man It Is easy to grasp andpleasant Mr. and Mrs. Elam
Those the afternoonwere i ,
1 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, George I enjoying 1.\? i
the of this circle. read
leader committee was to Heilbronn were
ried out in compos- Charles Larson Ovada Gas- visiting 1h,
I Bj with Mrs. Davis and Mrs. W. A. The Young Matron's Circle will Ten card J. E. Wilson, Mrs. S. L. Col. H. V. Knight: will review sett Peggy Ann Wiggins, R. V. Mrs Leroy Norman Sun .d\, ,,Its,1It..
Bessant, Jr., as hostesses meet Monday evening at 7:30: the living Mrs. C. A. Knight. "Inside Europe" by John Gunther. Allen, Mary Mersereau Ruth noon. ,
i .
BETTEfSHt( I o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ethel the guests were welcomed at the I Since we have the affairs of Eu- Powell, Georgia Gel pin, Roy Har- H. Keene and sons I: ,.
fl s i' I Executive Board Meeting\ Raymond with Miss Amy Moore as luncheon. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. rope at heart, we will be especially rell, Keffee Pitts, Emma Allen Harley of Shamrock ,11';. .".;<
The meeting of the Executive I cohostess.A the places and Mrs. Fussell. interested in this book. Mary Powell, Edna Coleman. Bet- week-end with friends '
1\\: Board of the Woman's Club will Georgu room table was cov- Walter Duranty said that this lathe ty Powell Lillian Thomas, Betty,
What !i o be held Thursday afternoon, March whale shark weighing 26,594pounds Following: a handsome lace cloth best book about Europe that Marion, Barney and Vivian Mc
) Ing: oranyway 4, at 3'30 o'clock Hi the home of has been landed on the gressions of by a large bowl of red anybody ever wrote Dorothy Rae, Ellen Mersereau Hazel I tlves.STRAWBERRYl
} ,' the president Mrs L A. Canova. coast of Flroida. When the balancing the center Thompson In the "Saturday Re- Thomas, Velvehree Keen, Elenor
| moneyf was found, were tall red can- view of Literature" says: "It is an Bennett, and Eloise Bullock. CUPS & CRATES"' '
tea, indispensable book for every person -
There sandwiches The
hostesses were assisted in I Y
i making I 100 HAPPY HOMEDRESSES made high. mints were served In an who wants to understand con- caring for the guests by their Wholesale Prices on (tho, u i, pint'
The prlt1 beautifully manner. Mrs. C. B. temporary Europe. The book to mother Mrs Silcox: and Miss variety of Strawberry i i'II" sari
ing and; E. L. Biggs 1 Mrs. W. B. Alexander date has no rival." Ruby Silcox.Birthday Prates are as follows. :
, I The members of the Book Club Cups In 500 Cardboard, >,
productsible for the first period and l ''',,
i score and she / ages @ ____ 'k'i fCrates
fox, Alderman and .Miss are looking forward to hearing h .;:i()
] winner at PartyA complete with ill. I
to 1, for the second period. these reviews.
"means n;; -m ed a bag of Knight and Mrs. T. K. 4 birthday party for C. H. Clark All tlden less @S%--dealers div.mm,II",j, "Ocb, '::

more cobetter < i'i'l1y L.H The sum of In serving Music ForumA was._ enjoyed Monday evening and a 2% cat h discount' i
rr, realized from Drocram. under the di oy Mr. Clark and a I large '
, and ma I -- Mrs.- -Biggs-- -and Mrs m H.- "Church Music Forum" was number of guests. Refreshments 'Q I J. L.
sponsored by the Music Depart- HARRELLd:
to make U. D. C. Will I entertained the guests. of typical southern foods were n
ment of the Woman's Club Thursday
> more en: :" : children served chicken and
chicken
taking part ; rice
The W. T. night February 18, at the
700rthe in colorful Colonial and noodles, roast of beef
( ed roastof
Daughters Methodist Church. Mrs. G. H.
mat, i : will meet were pupils from the Lowry, State Chairman of "MusicIn pork potato salad cabbage sal- REAL
too littl of .the B. ad, apple, and
'March 3, at grades i Religious Education" was In pumpkin sweet potato -
to the f pies and several cakes of different -
the home of
charge of the following program: ESTATEIF
culturemany 1 follows A playlet' flavors. Entertainment
: was
t
V/ Adkins. : I What Constitutes Good 1 Sacred
ee J "The of the had by old time
Mrs. Marcus \ Making Music Rev. Mr. Fred Yerkes fiddling and sing YOU WANT TO
concluslfarm \ r 7 Amelia and Time-duirng the Co II I Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal ing. Mr. Clark is sixty-two. BUY, SELL OR UFN'T!
; at Place, Madam Bet- ,
Church."I SEE US-
farm or) liu\\\\\ Characters. Bet- --
:
I Rest My f\"ulin\ Thee" (Lane)
Eastern
\ Star
quantity \\ TWELVE STYLES Arnett the NoticeThe
; Mary (
', !, I -The Methodist Choir directed by WILSONREALTY
We can
whiprofltabf IN PRINT S &: CRASHES!! RITZ : ) Moore: General Wash- Mrs. D. E. Knight. regular meeting of the Eastern -
tory ; Benson Col. Rosa, B.
; Star will be held CO.
Preludes! and Offertories In at 7:30:
:' | ; Mr. Morris Her- Worship. o'clock Monday night in the East-
There Your Guarantee: I
: "Majestic Largo"-Lorenz( ). ern Star Hall.
\ -yolved 'i reading "Long, Long
I "Andante Relegioso" (Lanten-

culture trol of ,- tpl WFt A New Dress Margaret girls. Monteith as- : schlaeger)-.Mrs. E. M. Davis. AS NEAR TO YOU --
ruch as i : !'!.-. ( Duet "The Lord Is My Shep- FLOWERS
Life by five herd"---Mrs. E. L. Biggs and John AS YOUR TELEPHONE
wet pee j'I If One Fades! "W Powell.
J Better," by Ona Gospel Hymns and their place In FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J I !
AfFF.RT' r. ;\ Emma. Jane Beasley. '\worship. -John Powell. 1t
\\ K: ARK AGENTS:' FOIt "Father of the ALL ORDERS FILLED ." ;
f1, ." Quartette "Still, Still with Thee" ,,\' j
TAILORS ARTISTICALLY-ECONOMICALLY
THE ROYAL
1 ,\ ; (Mendelsohn--Mrs.) J. H. Benson, l, '
lit rt .. #-J' e
three act
playlet, Ger-
: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, J. H. Benson PROMPTLY .
See The New Fashions
If ", gave as a reading a -'
ComFt'y' and Rev. B. M. Montgomery. MRS. L. G.
il. POWELL Starke
I monologue be- ,
> For Spring.LET and his wife. 11| General Discussion on Hymn
t S T.lU'O"lt" ORDER: FOIl THAT NEW SUITA ( Benson
closed the pro-
\ (1UAKANTEED FIT I charmingly singing
I r==, ," ,., 'Special arid "When My FRESH MULLET
i SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY IU<, Comes Home." GREEN'S'fl. j "

1 F FSt: M. U. realized $38.00 FISH Lb. 8c : !
1 _-- social affair. ..! ? 1
8UN.-MON.: ;
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j;, "Born .It'U. Johns Has STORE SOFT AS DOWN

I
\} I Party ( TS. 3 for 20c
.
{ I Jean Tuesday Johns afternoon was the at VINEGAR 1 lOc CASH & CARRY t 1i

'1 by her mother, Mrs. STARKE, FLA. RICE i 5 Lbs. 24c
at their home, at which ,
.JIi TtI: <; .- Jean celebrated her
MERITA SODACRACKERS.

'Fugitive\\' I I decorated room and'In dining the colors room COCOA 2 Lbs. lOc Lb. Box lOc

M and blue. Crepe pa

t --- ----- ,. white and blue ar
-- --- I unique the color'design scheme.further CHEESE, Lb. 23c ROUND STEAK Ib: 20c


many delightful FRESH!' rORKSAUSAGE

4 f'I the, the supervision of PRINCE ALBERT, can __ lOc Lb. __u__ _.__ 25c
I young guests
:I into the,home for re
i WANTED PET OR CARNATION BEST WHITEBACON

,41 4 from were an served attractively in the MILK 3 tall cans 20c Lb.. ISc

centered by a large
r ( STRAWBERRIES FOR COLD PACKWill on which burned MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. ,, lOcSUGAR CHUCK ROAST OR
: Extending from a bell STEAK, Lb. _______ __ 12 1/ c

contract with growers in Bradford County for all the above the table under were the 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOGNA

:k can hardest from their own fields from :May 1st to June 10th, and blue streamers SAUSAGE Lb.12lhc
i" pay 3c per pound net (Cups and Crates returned) for U. S. No 1 the plate for each Bo PKO.
.1 packed loose in 32 Quart} cream and! cup cakes SALT Pkg. 3c
Hinge Crates
Top Berries be
to delivered -- -- --
; and favors of little NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. __ 25c
? ping Wharf in Lawtey. Same to be inspected nnd weighed by hatchets, and lollipops MEHITA BELLBREAD
44 It spector or by J. S. Norman. T. L. Wainwright, P. I{. Carradine, C. to each guest. Kin
f head T, T. Blackburn or J. S. Eunice: who will work under with Barbara Jean 3 Loaves 25c
the Federal Inspector. Sue Biggs, Betty Ann BEEF STEW\ Lb. lOc

iI, If Berries pass inspection the growers will be paid in cash Ann Wiggins Mary 10o BOX

11L t, Q r pounds at rate of 3 cents per pound. Those wishing to contract to )) Beth.. Johns and, Montie Nancy ASPIRIN Box .. .- 3c COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER

sir entire crop of surplus Berries after shipping season is over will Lou Hazen, Bet Lb. 32c
in touch with your choice of above weighers and sign contracts. Janet Anderson Mar- WATER GROUND

L t: i [ tracts must be made and signed not later than :March 15th, but to Madge Brownlee MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c FLORrOA -

i i that you can contract your berries at this. price you should sign up Betty Jo Durden, PORK CHOPS. Lb. 18c
as possible, as we cannot pay. this price except to those contracting Sharon Hall, Emma QUART JARPEANUT
600 June Hall, Shirley

'ji f( acres.After the first 600 acres!. have been contracted for we will I was and assisted Marion Brown.in serv- BUTTER _25c (ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc

it: an additional 600 *
ti acres at 2 +ic per pound. Morris Edwards Mrs. GROUND DAILYPURECOFFEE
i; Those not contracting will be paid 2c per pound if and we can and Miss Kate :
t t 'y, but we are not binding ourselves to buy any berries except from Lb. 12',4c' CATSUP
I lOc
E Ii'' .,, ing contracts.' .---- - _.

Contractor will be paid $1.00 in cash to bind the contract. Said $ OF THANKS!! NO. 2 CANS KELLOGG'S CORNFLAKES
1 1I 1r to our heartfelt -STANDARD PACK
\ i be considered as' part payment and will be deducted from his first express

,, f t O. J. Phillips at Lawtey will notarize your contracts free of cost to hand who during so kindly the sick.lent TOMATOES can 6Vc' 3 for 24c
> :
', ti\ This is the first opportunity that the Bradford County of our dear father,
't" 1 Growers have ever had to dispose of his entire crop of surplus' also for the beauti-
_
II : price that will enable him to continue picking as long as his sent May God's rich- MIRACLE WHIP KRAFT'S
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1 j\r\ t .". bladder as you would
: J. I.. IIAKRELL. :Manager 8-oz.
_
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.1 Help nature get rid -- 14c 8-OZ .. _ 16c
."(I Buying for John Dulaney & Sons and Irritation excess that acids re.
AGENT
CANNED FOODS up nights, scanty FOR
: I desire, burning
,v Fruitland, Maryland leg pains.oil and Get 6 buchu other TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

Into Bukets little to green any drug tab- I I BETTER QUALITY FERTILIZERS

if not pleased your 1 AT THE LOWEST PRICES-SEE ME
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__ "EBRUARY 26. 19S1 BRADFORD COUNTY T6 zg it.\.Pn. 8TARKE, FLORIDA PACE FIVE .1 1

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Guy Parks of Lakeland was the T H T Hall spent several days. Miss Ruth Steinberg has returned Grove 'emetery near Penney MISSION! : HILL thinking material for many quiet ;
week-end guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. I last week in Lowell visiting his to her home after spending the ': Farms A delightful fellowship meeting hours ahead and may result In \
OCALrPEP7NGf ,B. Parks.! mother, Mrs H T. Hall, Sr. past eight weeks in New York ', Surviving are fiVe children: in which spiritual aongs Bible much profit spiritually, for thosa t
City where she has been studying :' !Mrs Lizzie Stiickland, Kingsley study testimony etc, were enjoyed who may thus use the time \

Mrs.: H. B McLendon and Mrs. I Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght Is In Miami dancing at the Carlos Studio. Lakt Mrs.\ Ira LlnJsey, Water- Tuesday night when the belayed I The song !service was especially
K G. Duncan spent Tuesday In I visiting her daughter and eon- : town, .J. S. Austin Lawtey Henry missionaries, who visited the inspiring consisting of congrega-
Jacksonville. In-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark. Mr. and Mrs M. L. Stith and I Austin, Jacksonville, and Joe Austin Mission In November, were again tional songs, duet solos and choruses -
Dwell spent Monday night ,children of Jacksonville will spend I| Mlddleburg, one brother and I present' after n mlalionary Journey .

' onville. L. A. Rennolds of Richmond, Va.. Mrs. Richard E. Mathews is the week-end with Mrs, Stith's parents ')one sister, and a large number of through Florida As usual there were now Cares
spent several days here this week guest of her brother-in-law and sis Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown grand children. and greatgran,1chlldl'.n. There was a splendid gatheringto noted in the gathering and a spiritual -

E. C Priest spent Thurs- with his wife. ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom. I''I lee. enjoy the hour and 1 the time fellowship prevailed
The following served' as pallbearers -
t Gainesville I nil too There More feasts in store for the
r passed quickly. wasa are
Mrs. W. L. Wall, H. C. Wall and W. Mra. Sally Ttaon and Mrs Florie : G.V.. Roberts M. B
Mrs.
I I Mrs. Earl B. Searing I brief Bible 1 lesson on the "Worm near future, watch for special an-
nd Mrs L A. Davis spent A. E. Wall, Jr., spent Tuesday In J. Epperson, and Mrs. G. A. Anderson -I Wills have returned to their home Plummer W C.Vooten, C R.
Jacksonville.Miss here following a week's stay in Whitehead W. F. Moore O. J. and the Fire' whu'h furnished nouncements.BEASLEY'S .
) in Jacksonville spent Saturday In Jacksonville. :
e ay \
The Elliott Funeral Home
41r, Jacksonville with friends> and rel I Phillips.
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Helen Prather had as her I was in charge of arrangements .. : !
Major Charles W. Yuill of Jacksonville atives. ----------------- ----
t Green was a business visliyt I
guest Sunday Miss Fay Rollins of -
dinner guest of Mr.
was a
Fernandlna, Monday Jacksonville.Mrs. Miss Rosa Mae Rowe of Starke
Mrs. James Codbold returned to
and Mrs. T. T. Long Monday right SERVICE STATIONWe
1
1a her home in Jacksonville Monday was visiting friends here Tuesday
r/ G. W. Brown of Lawtey, Huldah Corpening of Jack- Miss Estelle Davis of Sampson after spending several days with night.H. .
t' Wb i visitor here Tuesday. sonville spent the week-end here City was visiting friends here her sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowling, and D. Randall, a large property Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas.
with relatives.Col. mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman. owner here but now In Cincinnati
I Stockwell, of Eustis, spent Tuesday I I Ohio, and l Haynes Malloneyof and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. .
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I ek-end here with his family. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J. B. I Mr. and Mrs. L. A Canova, Dr. ': Jacksonville were business visitors -
Mrs. tl. V. Knight spent Tuesday Sapp and Mrs O. A. Andreu spent and Mrs. H. B. McLctiilon. nnd Mr. I I here Friday. BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
[JfJij.' W H Hart spent the week- In Jacksonville.A. Tuesday in Gainesville.Mrs. land Mrs. E L. Matthew attendedthe There will be preaching at
Gainesville with relatives. Angna; Enters Concert sponsored Baptist Church here every Ih"1 SERVICE STATIONOpp.
1 B Surrency and J. A. Doug- W. J. Epperson and Mrs.G. by the Civic Music Association! by the pastor, Rev. G K l'utahaw"
[C. Wall spent several days lass of Broker, were business visi- A. Anderson were visiting In Gainesville Wednesday night. lit 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m which '
Court House Phone 60
S"" this Week in Tallahassee on busl- tors here Tuesday. friends in Lake Butler 'Sunday. all are most cordially invited to .
Mrs. VV. F. Swlnyer, who has attend ------------------9
W. M. Wimberly, of West Lake Mr and Mrs, Virgin Lancester _npnt the past winter.. ..____ _bore____ recovering .- -- -. -- -
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''d Sally Entenza of Waldo is Wales, spent the week-end herewith of Jacksonville were guests Tues- from an automobile accident u -- -- --- - ---- r

I ng Mr and Mrs. John W. Morgan his family. day of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wil- at the home of her mother, Mrs
mot. Sarah L. Hamrtck, expects to leave DKIEI Fit UTS SUPERn 1 I'I'i i

Marcus F. Brown was a business today (Friday) for her home In TIP TOP GROCERY
It. C K Johns and Miss Geor- visitor in Tampa and Lakeland last Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion San Francisco. Mrs Swlnyer will PRUNESLb.

1l" gUaynes spent Friday In Jack- Saturday and Sunday. I meets with Mrs. F. A, Scotton be accompanied by her niece, Miss

; laowUle. Friday this week at the usual Martha Hamrick, of Jacksonville. Starke Fla. ;
Sinclair L. Peek of Montgomery, tiour. --- -- 6c ,
,Mrs, A. S, Crews and Mrs. E. 3. Ala., spent several days here with LAWTEY SUDS
Dowling Wednesday in Jack- this STOCK UP AT THESE LOW
[ spent his family week
Mis r-larlce Gill, Miss Elaine
:: souYilie.tIt. O. J. rkllllp.. r..rrr.vondrBtStrawberry Apricots
Edwurls, Ralph and Jennings PRICES
Misses Kitty Hogsed, Hope Moxemenl 2 for lie
J. P. Roberta spent the Haynes, and Ruth Johnson spent Thomas Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon in Strawberries continue to be the \ Lb. 19c ':' '\\.tI4, t::_ .Wf; 1 tlW j iIl';; I ,,;\'! l'' ..
end in Gainesville with rela- Saturday in Jacksonville. I leading article here at this time H'\V.\
I I,

atFta Mr. -and-lII1'8V.. B. Alexanderhad I Minnie Mrs. L.Lou O.,Hazen of Brooker and daughter, were, )despite that we the have heavy experienced rains and duringthe cold JELLY 5lb5 can 69c I II( JAM 3 lb. jar 35c

Patsy Brinson and T. A.nson as their guest Tuesday Mrs.J. guests Tuesday of Mrs. A. E. Mc- past week, shipments continueby .
of Hugh were visitors here B. Alexander of Waldo.W. truck movement and it is estimated .
Kinney. HI.)) ( ()J.IS. ('..U"I:0.; :; "'; .I : -..; ) :0.UtlKI'H.I.tI4iIl";:; ;

aday.- -- M. Duncan of Jacksonville for the that the average has been shipment about j 24c1;
Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughters past year CIGARETTES 2 Pkgs. Carton $1.17
O. Duncan and R. F. Theis spent the week-end here with his Misses Beatrice, Lillian, and I' 17,280 pints per day or a total of120D60 ;
C1 Sunday afternoon In Mac- mother, Mrs. A. E. Wall. I pints. Prices lire'el'Y satisfactory
Edna Mae, were week-end visitorsIn (.n.\.''':.''I II' l\rl.l.. 'R1 growers receiving from
t6f4s--- Miss Lois Long of Jacksonvillewas Wildwood -- eight to thirteen cents pet pint I FLAKES, Pkg. lie CORN FLAKES, 3 for 23c
Madelln Huzen spent the week-end guest of her the
AtheVee.lend Mr. and Mrs George Averetteof Tuesday saw highest prlcehpaid PINK: HUSH
in Brooker with her pa- mother Mrs. F. H. Long Mr. during! the season and truth-a
Jacksonville were visiting
SALMON tall lOc POTATOES 10 Lbs. 32c
i ---- and Mrs. 1<'. Register, Sunday aft- lions( are that high prices will continue can ;
---- Mrs. H. C. Wall Is the guest of for some time on account of
ernoon. H
Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wianwrlght short crop from Plant City Most

1*dtday.e$ visiting relatives In Alachua in Jacksonville this week. on-the-Hudson Mrs. Taylor ,Belcher N. Y., arrived of Garrlaon-Sun fruit tills week is of fair quality Oct. Soap or Powders, 5 for lOc \ I

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom were :Mrs., KU/.lo: : Austin ,
day for a visit with her mother, I'm -
trios Summers, Joe and Elbert visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. K. New- Mrs. Klzzte: Austin 80, died Saturday i in in iiHiimiHia
Mrs. J. L. Frazee. h.\\Cl 1KNUKK \\IIIIB4 || VVIMt O\N\ >lll.l> t.KKA.M
[Edwards spent Sunday In Jackson- som In Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. morning after a brief Illness.

Mrs. James L. Hair! of Jackson- She was a native of Florida and BACON lb. 17c I CHEESE Ib. 22c :
Frances Sweat Guilford
ville was the guest Tuesday of her had spent her entire life in Clay
Fuss I Willie Mae Hinson spent spent Sunday in Quitman Ga. with parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hol- and Bradford Counties Funeral) -
th*week-end in Hampton with rel- her mother, Mrs. T. A. Sweat. services were held at the home of rOTIKI)
attyes.r. Ungsworth. her son, J. S. Austin, east of Law- 1lF.I.N
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Dr. H. B. McLendon attended the TIP TOP MARKET
Itey Sunday morning with the Rev
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Noegel of
and Mrs, T D. Rickenbaker American Legion convention in I
G. E. Cutshaw officiating and the
and BUTTER MEAT
Live Oak arrived last Friday
t
IM'YKSIKIIN: :! :SIKATY IIKKFRIB
fof ronson were visiting friends Monticello last week-end.
remains were buried in the Oak
will be guests of relatives here for
her* Saturday. two weeks. STEW\ lb.
12Vc
Miss Doris Marie Walker, fresh-
Friends Lb. Roll 38c 4 for lOcHERRING
of Mrs. Wilson Hayes man at the Florida State College I '
Judge A. Z. Adkins returned Tillor !MI'ECIA1.tILI .
{will) be glad to learn that she has for Women, was placed on the approbation I
$eepmed her duties as a member list, or honor roll, for home Monday from Jacksonville, STARKE PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 25c
where he visited his sister, Mrs.
[4f|!\,the Bradford High School fuc- the first semester because of the Emma Carlton. NUKKT KIPCMItFUPICKLES
ye after a week's illness in Jack- high average maintained by her in I I sriiiNO
ville. {
'.' classes. I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of i
-NAT- SEZ -- .. I Jacksonville, were guests Sunday SPRING LAMB STEW Ib. 14c Iii
:
and
Mr
of Mrs. Boree s parents I
%tFw'rFRN. HKAI. n"lItu:: ) H1KI.OIVSTEAK
I see by the paper, that the I'I I I Mrs. G. H. Bennett. I Qt. 15c !/2 Ib can IQcAMKHICAV \

Dionne Quintuplets are now worth Ib. 25cSWIFT'S ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and I
over a Half Million Dollar I know I It l!'daughter Jean, spent the week-end I FESTIVALALL OILSARDINES
{ lots of folks", who have from fixeto Iin Arcadia, with Mr. and Mrs. FANCY I'KAMJTBUTTER

,;. t {t ten children and haven't got a I Eruce L. Davis and family. PIF(1O'NICHAMS lb. 22c
half dollar; Just IWTUUH they got NEXT WEEK I
them one at a time. It don't seem<< Mrs.V.. E. Middleton, Miss L :
'
fair. However If you buy five Madge Middleton and Marjorie '

pairs of shoes from me nt one time Sue Jacksonville Middleton spent with relatives.the weekendin 'I Qt. 25c LAMB lb. 23c 4 Cans 15c

I'll hate to ghe you a discount no

you see you make money on any- Mr and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and STARTINGMONDAY II.\U.\HJ-I: TABLE TUt'O"I.t'IU"INUFLOUR! ;
thing that you get In wholesalequantities. children spent the week-end In R UBS. 10 MIS. M I.IIS.

Lake City as guests of Mrs. Lynn's
mother, Mrs. Roxie Amerson. 79c
H 20c 42c

MOTHERSbring Mrs. Jimmie Godwin, of the !

State Farm, was here Wednesday I I Balloon Flour, 12 Ibs. 45c ; 24 Ibs. 85c; 48 Ibs. $1.68OIJNTKV

Ml& ; attending the silver tea given by o/! .. ... ..., ....._. .-1<', >_ .., '..., ..",..- ,. .... ..,...." ., '.- _._ .._., -,.,.,-. .- '
the Flrkj the W M. U. of the Baptist church. I j t "T .Itl!; .. ..,_ ", "..-:. ."' __ _ .I
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Mr and Mrs. F. A. Canova and I NIGHT l'(
along to $e&'theseN.eu> daughters Mary Anne and Carolyn PEAS can lOc fQf.FEE 2 cans 25c

I were guests Sunday of Mrs. E. : I
I E Canova and Miss Mary Canova.

SHOES and The dainty..the patterns are pretty shoes Friends be glad of to Mrs.learn Sam that Andersonwill she Is MARCH 1 ill CIOFFEE1iYlb.. 18c COFFEE 2lbs. 25c I II


"4 are light and flexible... rapidly recovering In Mrs. Fay I I
Gill's home from a major operation .

SUGAR 5 Ibs. 21c

Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. N. D. SHOW GROUNDSCall
Wainwright, Jr., and Miss Betty \\iin ONE: {',\% or top MI'IC'EI'4--\SV KIND
Marshburn attended the Serkln

Concert in Jacksonville Saturday : OICIUTK DIXIE OLEO.I .
night i & Cherry Sts. .. 5 1b. 30c101b.55c -
I (. ta4 -

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight and I I
Miss Loral Bennett spent the "h t.;- ...- U RAT MargarinePound

THEY'RE MADE OVER HEALTH LASTS TO : week-end in Milliard as guests of ERIC B. HYDE I (nEST 1 I I' i'tu'kageI
: Mrs. Knight's mother, Mrs. James I xxxx ) ;
PROPERLY DEVELOP GROWING FEET Shepard. "I f 1tn' 20 Ib. &49$1.05SYRUP lOc

Mr. and Mrs. George C. White -;;;" 20c I
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and G. W. \ 15c
and daughter, Frances GARDEN OF I l Qt.
Alderman, all of Tallahassee will
be week-end guests of Mrs. G. W.

Alderman.Mrs. MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING
DE LUXE RIDES .
H. L. Brownlee returned to
her home Sunday after a three 1/2 Pints ; Quarts 41cKRAFT'S

week's visit In DeLand with her TASTVSKITC FRESH
!
Mrs.sinter J and E. brother-in-law Futch Col. and AIR CIRCUS N MAYONNAISE8oz.

17c; 16-oz. 30c
Mrs W M. Potts and Mrs. San. I II
Pf S Offers More Dollar difer and son, James, all of Locust I

SkOES) Solid I LeatherIT .:. for DollarV.lu. t Grove foormer's Ca.daughter are house and guests son-In-law of the, I I i Midway Novelties I BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15cNESTLE'S :

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. HalL

PAYS TO BUY AT Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith of
Sampson City announce the birth I BIG FUN WEEK MILK 6 Sm. 19c; 3 Tall 19c'Wf'YK'

STERNBERG'S <;f a daughter, Bessie Joanne on
We Inesday, February 17. In St, I I -
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SIX __ __ _'0 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH._ STAKKE. FLORIDA: -- 0__ __, DY.FEBRTJAR, '

..I .; .;: UNDERGOES OPERATION I "PIG IN POKE" t the County of Bradford. State of Florida. thence run South on Eastside wit: Anna L. '......on aii, '
Florida to-wlt: of Bay street 134 feet, thenceEaxt K M. Ca on, Hlltui, .
.1 f MIAMI BEACH Mrs. Jack I BROOKSV1LLE -- Mrs. Sarah Northeast. Quarter of SoutbPstQuarter. ,run NO feet thence run North Florida Power& Light -,. '
AGE I Section 2') Township 7 J ITS feet hence run Went to point corporation F1 M Y'ni\, .
wife of the former what, is known in '
Dempsey, Learning bought South Range 22 East containing of beginning 84 feet, said parcel of S. Yearwood partnei, .
heavyweight boxing champion un- | the deep South as "a pig In a 40 Acre, more or I..... 'land helng In the North-wext :cornel ness under the firm u.,01 i ,
The assessment of the said property of block known a* J. O. Alnr Yeurwonrl Naval .
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Si.
LIVE STATE NEWS derwent appendicitis poke. That means sight unseen. ,
an emergency I under the said certificate Issued \ home place. Miriam May Lee .i d| i,. ,
operation recently. Dr E. H. Ad- Three years later she counted up wan In the name of W B. Blocker. And. that I will on the Rule Day In W. B Lee and Th.. M, i, ,
klns reported her condition after- her profits on tbe pig she had Pnlexs said certificate nhnll be redeemed Aiu-ll. 1917, to-wlt April 8, 1937 facturlnir Company, ,, .
according to law the property within the legal hours of sale In the relief nought In ''
Florida In Short "It"I i
', News of Paragraphs wards was good. Dempsey who I bought for $2. It amounted to described therein will be old front of the I East Courthouse. door In quieting, and i onfli. i IT,"i", .
"(' was in New York hurried here by $650 she said. During the three to. the highest bidder at the courthouse the Cltv of Htaike, "Florida offer tiff. title to above .d,,..,.k. ,
'I door on the first Monday In saul. land for sale and sell the .same a* an Indefeasible r>,,. "
I plane after word of his wiles ill- I years the sow bought sight unseen the month or April' 19.17, which I I.the laPat..1 to the highest and best bidder for thereto and the ..all..1,, I lnt,,'. I' .,.
= --J' 6th day of April, 1937. cash, to and pay said decree, muniments of title ..,
She Is the former Hannah | She .1'i
t: --' """';; -caJ. ness. produced seventy-six piglets. this 11th. day of February, fees> d-aWflo costs and. expenses. plaintiff said lit It.. ,
Williams actress. still baa three of them and the others I 1937.O.'FIVIAL. petual anjolnlng of ,-u,,..ni I ii.

KCBBEK BAND RUT DIE IN BOAT FIRE kept her family supplied with I ( A. ..1.Clerk.SEAL' THOMAS) T. MIAMK L.A.NURUM. .ant from. asserting tin.j .. ,
As Master In possession' to any of '.,,
Special Chancery. ".1 i ,
L k TALLAHASSEE--Paul Rardin LAKE: WALES-Noah Green of DEATH PROBEI meat in addition to the 6000 pounds of Circuit Court BAXTER &: CLAYTON Verse, to plaintiff and u .
of Bradford Florida.
that sold at ten County for Plulntlfr. Ing through him: THIS
cents Attorneys
a pound. I i-
I : using rubber bands as bait on his I Lake Wales reported three men ARCADIA -. Sheriff Albrltton 2-12-61-3-12 2-18 I 41-3-11 FORE TO ("OMMANTi:; ,> .,j j

a fine catch of, were burned to death aboard his said he investigating the deathat -- tOTHH OF' .4PPMC4TIONFOII EACH. OP YOU to ,il|.|.' .
fishhook, reported TOURISTS: ROBBED :NOTICE: OP MASTERS SILK cause, the same, being,, i ipending '.
t houseboat at Okeechobee late Saturday a hospital here of J. C. Sapp. TX I>KKIMensle ) In Bald Court, "
( Hill :\... 1(1.1) Notice I. hereby:! given that In accordance \1.
perch night. He said the men were 50 who lived alone on a chicken MIAMI-Their car forced off the I with the final decree rendered !March 1st A. D. 1137. .t'th'', ,' "> .',.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. That allegations! or said
Go'\ CONVICTED John Heckleby and two brothers I farm near Hicorla In Highlands I j road. Royal Mattloon a retired L. A. A: "Stella John., holder of Tax by the Court In that certaincause will be taken a* eonfei bill.< i i "I'.

, __ h' ; .. MAN named Carver. The boat was moor- County. Sapp's home burned down contractor and his wife, of Philadelphia Certificate No 42*, issued the 3rd of Bradford pending County In the Circuit Florida Court InChanc..ry Witness my hand: ami' i:,. 1.\, ,. '
MARIANNA Lester Waldorfwas day of August A. D. 1911. hax filed Seal of said Court, at : >, : .,
: fr ed in Lake Okeechobee near shore.A -ecently. Neighbors who fought were robbed by two arm- same In my office and ha. mado *pVllcatlon wherein Federal FarmMortgage Court House In "'I""k." .. I'i :' '

convicted of first degree mur- fifty-gallon tank of gasoline exploded the flames found him ill behind a ed bandits of jewels fur coats and e
' BETTEt( der in the slaying of Joe Carpenter and the boat was envelopedIn chicken house. He had been acting watches valued at 20000. Mattl- the following described property In case No 643, the undersigned A. J. 1937.

SlIf jiJ It. ., at Christmas in an argument over flames. The three men were strangely and earlier had bought son said his party was returning i the Florida County, to-wit or :llrotlforil., State of Special will Master sell! by to the said highest decree. bidder appointed -- A* Clerk THOMAS of Cli, ,nt,, '" ,

the price of a pine of wine. The trapped Inside the boat. poison the sheriff said. from Jack Dempsey's night club to I Northwest Quarter of Southeast for cash at the South front door Bradford( Cotitu\ i F(i.i rila
his winter home when the bandits Quarter Ex. 2 Acres In SouthWest of the County Court House I In Starke OFPIc 'I I \]1. -rl..
jury recommended mercy, which) .- --. sale I on Monday March 1st 1037 the KNIGHT A KNIC11IT:
What1Sing !,' fixes the penalty at life Imprisonment INSECTICIDE:: PROVEN FATALSEBRING TO ACCEPT RESIGNATION drove alongside and forced his car I 7 Corner South, Section Kange. 20 22 Township East- following pr.'i." .... situate In Bradford Attorney l-20-6t-2-26 for Plaintiff
off the road. Mattison contalnlna 38 Acres more County Florida to-wit:
or ,' L -- Hargaret Davis 33- TALLAHASSEE --Cover nor : said they lesa or SK'.4 of NEH or Sec. 22 Twp. -
'0( took two diamond bracelets, a diamond 6 S, It. 21 E. Together with the; NOTITH OF APPI.K "lnT "
|anywaylmoney I Ii': -- ---- year-old Lake Placid Fla., grove Cone announced he soon would accept The asseMiiiviii of the said property rights, members hereditament FOR TAX I>.:..:..
| ? '' TAYLOR REI'RKSENTATIVKPERRY worker was dead today because, the resignation of J. H. Ge- wrist watch and two diamond under the xald certificate luxuedwas and appurtenance thereto belonging (Senate Bill .%u. IIIH: )
III the name of W. L. Bung ,
TheremakIng : -J. H. Scales won the authorities said he mistook a bottle nung as director of State Farmers' rings from Mrs. Mattison in Unlexa said certificate shall be redeemed Ing. Incident or appeartaln- Q.NOTICE W. Hall IS holder HEREBY of i'.l\ i 1.\ T1.
,
" Taylor County election for statehouse of insecticide for a bottle of Markets and would appoint a successor addition to her furs, and $100 cash described according therein to law the property E. K. FERRYMAN tlflcate No. 512 Issued't''IJ."i i_ ,"j V' .
will be soldto
I from him but did not molest Miss A*. Special Master In of July A. D. 134. hut fH ,. .
of with half Chancery.K.NK1HT > i
representatives an at less than the bidder
present highest at the
I The priii cherry wine. Davis offered the courthouse &: KNIGHT my office and has mad. .. \
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almost four to one lead over his He announced had Mary Stein of Philadelphia pas door on the first Monday In for a tax deed ,, 'I.i k '
; ing and drink to his father-in-law who declined salary. Genung the month of April 19a?. which I. Attorney for Plaintiff. I'.t t <"} ..
producUelbia opponent J. L. Stephens who ran to sip. Davis then took a offered his resignation :from the senger in the Mattlaon car. the Rth,- day of> Anrll-" ia.17, 2-12-31-2-28 In.Said. .1..rlhA.certificate. nr..n embra_..... ...-..!th..,.. ''I; ,,

' fouto i iUy as an independent. Scales will fill big drink and soon was violently $7.500 a year post. The new director ,__ ji 19.17:Olledthl... llth day C-i-.bruary. I ",OTIC'.J OK viAMi'KR'M tIE ty-of BradfordT; 'State": ,,r"J"i ,i.' '. .

I the vacancy caused by the death of ill. His mistake was discoveredand will receive $300 a month SIXTY-SIX YEARS (OFFICIAL SEAL) Notice IM hereby, given that In ac- I wit:
coidance
with t the
: final decree ren- South three-fourths ,
T \v. T. Mendry who was elected last the said. An old, old lady died the other A. J. THOMAS. dered by the Court In ,
means n! he was rushed to a hospital governor Clerk of Circuit Courtof that certain halt or "South West Qti.n.. i '.
i\a\r 111 on "llil.tstim.f. tnwnSbewas9lyearsold.Y caui pending In the Circuit Court lion eleven Town-iii .. .
more cobetter year. here but died en route from Lake I 2-12-51-3-13 Bradford County, Florida. or Bradford County Florida 1 In South Range twent-i}>lI'|, ):'*[
T', .-- Placid. STEPS ON SNAKE 0 U immediately Chancery wherein O J. Anders I la containing; sixty ai.,.11;.:' \.: J;"?

. and mat t ONE MAN DEAD .-_____ KISSIMMEE-Shine Guest, negro conjure up a picture of \OTHE OK ''''fF-n's HALF) plaintiff and Lottie Wiley I I. defendant I..M.

;ito, mak MARIANNA pistol-shotgun THIEVES GET OEMS turpentine woodsman Is quickon a life full and overflowing with I under NOTICE and by la virtue HE11EBY of and UIVl'pur..nt.; ,. that IiIp..clRIIn"l..r, case! No. SON by, the said undersigned decree appointed ty The under assesment the said of ceitin then.i. ,.tT,'I,.pr"I',,;>; _,

duel at tourist the draw. L. productive years and ripe, useful will sell to the highest bid wan In the name of L *: ,:..
here
a Capt. George \VMTT
I more en,, ,j : camp resulted ORLANDO Thieves smashedthe to that certain final decree or foreclosure der for cash at the South Front door Unless. said certificate
, Too nJ 4 in death for one man and window of a jewelry store in Dickinson, naval stores operator living. and older of sale dated February or I the County Court House In StarkaFlorida deemed according to law h.nl. Hi.: i be -
17th, 10'17. made and entered pr'f' j
{ the mat Injury for another. Sheriff Walter down-town Orlando and escaped! said Guest was walking along a But that doesn't Happen to be the I by the Honorable A. X. Adklnn.:, one sale on Monday during I the March legal.1st, hours 1937. the of to erty the described highest bidder thereiniit at' ''ii.. )?, ('.

too nut I Watford named the dead man as with approximately $1200 In valu dim woods trail when he felt some- picture. It happens that this old Judicial or the Circuit Judge. of of the. Eighth following In mil to-wit: house door on the flint M ,n,<,i ,i\
Florida In
William Schuler 45, and the Injured ables. thing squirming beneath his foot. lady had been living for the last Chancery. In a certain, 4 acres in SE. of SEU\ of Sec. the month or March" 1":7*:: u I in t ,
cause
to the f,; Police said a brick had been p..nd.InM' 21*. Twr 6 S, H 22 };.. bounded the 1st. dRY or March It":
i, culture man as W. C. Curtis. about the used to break the glass. The only Whipping out biB pistol, the negro sixty-six years In a county poor- Eighth In Judicial Bradford Circuit County of Florida In the In on West North by Field place, on Dated this ZSih. day ...t"t l
by land or J. N. Jones, 19:17.:
on
> many ecODclusl< P same age. Curtis is under techni- clue was a wrinkled leather glove shot the head off a seven-foot rattlesnake house. Chancery wherein HOME OWNERS' South by railroad and on East (OFFICIAL SEAL)

cal arrest at a hospital. left behind. G. W. Lawton before it could strike. That means that when she was LOAN CORPORATION, a corporation Westmoreland St.' situate In A. J. THOMAS.:
owner etc., was and, Ix plaintiff and "'Htarke Bradford ,
Flor .
County Clerk
or
farm sir of the shop, said he believed the 31 years old she entered this J. W. ANDREWS JR. et al. were ida. Bradford Circuit County"d j,.t t it
Florldi
, farm ot1' .I thieves planned to get a valuable BACKS F. D. It. ON COURTS refuge and lived by public support, and T Frank and are Landrum defendant. was, wherein appointed I, A. "Special MARCUS Master F. BROWN.In Chancery. l-29-St-2-26

[ quanUtr diamond which for several days BARTOWThe Polk County bar! until she died at 97. "Special Master In Chancery to execute KNIGHT &: KNIGHT NOTICE OF A prl....' Hot-

\Ve can], had been on display but which association at a special meeting Leaving aside the fact of public said decree; that I have leviedUiOn Attorneys for Plaintiff. POR TAX DEER:
whiprofitab _________________________________________________ he support which would have lotH, tracts all the, following; described 2-13-31-2-28 (Renal Illll No. IM.'I: )
, tory removed late yesterday when he here today adopted by been pieces or parcels of .

!; er 4ISIt changed the display. tion a resolution acclama'i necessary just the same under the :' nt":1: 'or t Bradrord, lying;J ; and, State being or In Florida the- oiinnit:>..Ollttr or :III.ICATIOV" 'tPPFJllt.. AND O.NOTICE W. Hall IS holder HEREBY of Tax GIVEN" !nr T'',,(

coming old Is and more described No. 693, Usued the 6th day..rit,.
There. t. C.rdul ..0..1.1..r.tlon dent Roosevelt's proposed changeIn ; age pension this the as. lollowa: particularly THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: tember, A. D. 1932 has. flied sji, .
volved of In. the federal courts setup. The best use we can make of sixty-six I Moxe W Hendrlx MoseS W., Hen- my office and ha. made .ippll. ..'
Commencing
culture ..or..n... ........ DRINKOui action followed !a 19 to 14 refusal i years of a woman's life? Just let- corner of Madlxon at and the Bay Southeast streets ilrlcks.'arl'ellVo''ton Lavlnla' Hemlrlcks Bang-hart, Ned Margaret E.- Said for. a certificate tax deed to embrai be Istiiit s.! th th> ,i< .

trol of P"F. DIG IU. to adopt a resolution opposing thepresident's ting her sit, day after day and year In hence the Town of Starke, Florida ; Banghurt, John W. Strode, lowing described porpeitin I t i
\ IDRD4.HAROLD !' after ? ( run South along: the Eastxlde Bertram %v. Strode; Edward N. Dlck- County of Bradford: State of Fir'
year Society has lost of
ruch a a 'I" plan. Kerfoot Bryant, I more Bay street to the Northeast t.rMon. and !Mary Caroline Dickerson d... to-wit:
sect pet 1 Lakeland, offered the successful. here than just the cost of support- corner or Bay and LaFayettestreets If alive, and If dead the unknown "South Half Except I tin- "
Ing the Ohio thence East along the heirs, legatees, devisees and grantee "Sixty Rod. Section 11, T.\MI.11 p
resolution and L. Holland lady. North side of
Spessard LaFayette streets to of each such deceased person 8 South Range 22 East, .'.i '.11" .
of The pension a street thence North along thereet AND;/ TO Florida Land & Immigration 200 .
I AT Bartow state senator seconded systems now going '% side of : Ing acre more or liThe --
I IBI into said street to Madison Company of Florida a for..lgnCOr"H..tlon. assesment or the ml'l) .
C.WALL effect |1" i
FERT ; it. are part of an effort to street thence West along the ) AND tTO all persona ty under .the said cetlfli.n. .. ,i-, 1
{ LUNCH RECESS do better than this in the future. South vide of Madison street to having or claiming/ any Interest In was in the name of H J S"". s\.11'

mil if!wf cm JT;* mtKMu RETURN HOME They are part of an effort to face place land being of 'beginning.261 feet East Said and block Weston of wit.the following described land, to- deemed Unless according said certificate to law sh.ill
CelDiJ"a '' '' AFTER SCHOOL BOCA GRANDE Suntannedand the problem not merely to forget the North and 465 North and Luts 1. 2, :3, and 4, and SWH of I described therein will 'he -,,Id '
It South. Bounded on the North by NKU, all 1 in Section,; 22. Township the highest. bidder at th.. u .
apparently fully recovered as the old Ohio lady was forgot- Madison street. West by Ray S South. Range 22 East situate house door on the first Mi..ndu> .
J. STARKE COCA-COLA from an operation in Boston at ten for sixty-six long years.-Tal- street street East on South by Lafayette In Bradford County Florida, the month of March 1937, sihIitile : >
by a street and knowna. TAKE NOTICE that a suit has been let day of March. 1937
BOTTLING CO. Christmas, Frank D. Roosevelt. lahassee Democrat. the J. O. Alvare home place Instituted In the Circuit Court of Dated this 27th day or .lin" > .,.
t Jr., returned to Washington. With -_ excepting from the above described Bradford County Florida In Chancery 1937.
:>OTI<'tl OF* APPLICATION: land or parcel of land land by the filing of a sworn bill (OFFICIAL SEAL)
him were his fiancee. Miss Ethel FOR TAX HKF.It deeded.to J. L. Peek described a. of complaint by Levey A. Canova as A. J. THOMAS
duPont and her mother Mrs. Eu- ("..n.e.. Mill :\o. 1H.1) follows: commencing at Southeast plaintiff against you and each of Clerk of Circuit Court
: NOTICR corner of Madison and Bay ;you a* defendants, and also against of Bradrord Florida
FUNERAL HI t HEREBY County
; DIRECTOR gene duPont. Young Roosevelt That M M. Williams holder GIVEN of Tax -street In the Town of Starke, the following other defendant.. to- l-29-6t-2-28

i.j tA'h spent six: weeks on Gasparllla Island Certificate No. 254 Issued the 6th.,
My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render at the duPont's Boca Grande day of September A. D. 1933 has
flied
EFFICIENT PROMPT and same In my office and has
COURTEOUS SERVICE estate. He caught six tarpon during made: application' : for a tax deed to
MODERATE: PRICESDeWITT be Issued
his stay. About 100 Islanders thereon. Said certificate
embrace the following described
C. JONES waved goodbye to his party as the Property r In the County of Bradford,
Starke Florida train departed. The duPonts will I Florida, to-wlt: %
Southeast g'f
of
Northeast
I continue to New York. Suarter of 9.arter} Quarter & fe'wiceI
0'-0' '.. ,'.__ ,.. ,-'.- 'WU"t.. ..'!A_ <- ....u.u."r,_ ._ 0-/
of Northeast Quarter Section 24 jn
Township 5 South, Range 23
Rant, containing Acre, more
or !leesThe .
assessment at the said prop. ,
!'Wtpe erty under the said certificate IsHiied -

J ftffPMILES S Unless. wax until In the certificate name of H.shall O. Grant.be re-

deemed according to law, the prop
erty described therein will ba mold \.
l1tflfl' to the highest bidder at the courthouxe .
donr on the first Monday In
1 the month of April 1937, which I I.D..t..1 I.
TO THE GJ\LLON" the 5th day of April, 1937.
this 13th., day of Febru
ary 193T.OFFICIAL.
( SEAL)
l A. J. _
M THOMAS:
/
j9 1 ,-. rierk of Circuit Court of

i I /t'" iA, 2-18-EI-3-18 Bradford County. Florida.

', ) NOTICFJ OP erpI.ictTiovFOR
1'-I __ Tn":1>>>
c f8..n..... Hill No. II\'U
FTT4a I Li?,, NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. That
-1---a--. ;.i (1.V.. Hall holder of Tax, Certificate ,
No. 477, Issued the Srd day of Aug.flat.
__ A. D. I'llI.)I haa. filed I Paine In
\ ( my office and haM made application
I f- for.. tax, deed. to be Issued thereon.
,_4 __/, Sold' certificate embrace the. follow .
S ing described. property In the Coun _
1'I' ty wit of, Bradford State of Florida to-
I
.
I Kant Half of Northwest Quarter
.
'I -. of Section 26 Township 8 r;
South' Range 21 nat containing -
80 Acres, more or lex*.
The assessment of the said prop-
erty under the said certificate Issued
was In the name of "Samuel'
Don ley.
Unless said certificate shall be re.
_____ deemed according to law the property -
described therein will be sold.
to the highest bidder at the courthouse -

1 _ : trotn the first Monday' In
the April, 1937 which( Is
the 6th dav of April 1937

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1937.Dated this llth I clay of February

(OFFICIAL SEAL,)
FLORIDA DAYS ARE fORD DAYS A. J THOMAS:
i Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Courtof Florida. You'll always find friendly help. You'll find him responsible

2-12-ftt-3-12 ful service the
at blue-and-white careful and
The new 60" Ford V4t (illustrated) And h'e a real performer! like most :NOTICH Of APPLICATION Standard Oil courteous. The

t : !I. the thriftiest car in all Ford hUtory'l t cars II bows a bit to the brilliant "85" I XOTIgrj'jr FOR TX Illll lIKED No. :IO.1) sign Your products he sells, CROWN

: GIVEN That neighborhood Standard Oil
'
Drive it all day on a tankful of gas- Ford V-8 in pickup and top speed but Nathan Starling' holder of 1-21 of GASOLINE ESSOLUBE MO
Tax Certificate No. 209, Issued the dealer will take a personal inTOR
I owners report 22 to 27 miles per gal you Mill be amazed at wbat it will do 6th day. of August: A. D. 1929 haa OIL and ATLAS TIRES

lon And ir. the lowest priced "8" just the same. The thrifty "60" V-8 be filed made Issued.sHine application thereon..In my for office Said R tax certificate and.deed ha to. terest in your car He is and BATTERIES are depend


ever sold in America I is a car you will own with pride and embraces property In the the following-County of Bradford described, striving to build a successful able, quality motor-products,

drive tate of Florida. to-wlf.: business through better service that have
Yet the new thrifty "60" V-8 I I. as big with pleasure. A ear that will Lot Thirty-one (Si) Section Id won the approval of
i Township 6 South Range 22 to the motorists of his
commu millions of
and roomy. well engineered as the ave you not just pennies but dollars! East containing 10 acre more or motorists.

"85." You gel the same all-steel body A car that'. built so fine and priced less.The. assessment of the said prop- nit; }' More than anything else, Your car will run smoother
erty under the said certificate .
Issued
with safety glass throughout. The lowyouwilIhavetodriv.iitobelievo' Ha mby.was in the name of T. B. _____ he wants to u'n your and last longer, if you make it

same new quietneM and beauty. The it exist. Your Florida Ford dealer invitea .. deemed I'nles according said certificate to law shall the be prop.re- / \ confidence, and keep a habit to pull in at the Stand

j ante easy-acting, quick-stopping new you to drive this ear yourself. arty the' highest described I therein I will the b. sold to (CROWN )_. your patronage. ard! Oil sign.STANDARD .

; ; Ford brakes. The same large luggage) Oil him today. the house month door of on April.the.rfrr 1937 t which nd.r In Is VSASOLINI 1 _...

{, the 6th day of April. 1937.i .
compartments. VISIT rOIIO FLORIDA EXPOSITION AT MIAMI i Dated this Uth clay of February,
I I lPn. (7jav&tile !
OFFICIAL SEAL) ,mto pcIud4
I|I A. J THOMAS, 'z=:

: t sxs a .....,sta1 I of Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court
.... County Florida.
I dewv f*yt S-lI-St-S-lJ:
: ... bay* ea*
....1 1S7 r4 SOTIrE OF APPLH' \TIO*
't __ Y.--- 101111 Y0 FOIl T'X PKKII. >>
.. Ab..is5. .... t NOTICB(lenste: is Illll: !V.. iSJ, ) OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED

____________ WI..... ..... .. T. A. A Stella HKKKBV.OIV John. holder or, That Tax
\,.,.._l CradM C*. TtlfkmtH' No 425. .Issued the 3rd f
da" or Augiiit. A D
1931 ha.
riled IN
KENTUCKYP"G
r tim. "t ,i,* ..ffKanil has made ap-
i pile* lOti,in for a tax deed to be l.su,d _
therein. Said certificate, embrace
the following described property in



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---- -,- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PH1r.. ".',"".. .. ....
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KE CHURCH DIRECTORY,| PASMIELL $WAMMETT'S I When she was told It was Impossible of an auto. I was too far away to -- ';Take them down to the-office I, &'---" -- -__ n.n. _._

StST BAPTIST CHURCH I J.tTNt7WINMAecTERTI4E to disturb her she said she see anything T thought I'o better I I' he said 'Check em with the bullet -

ev. C. B. Price Pastor .) I would wait upstairs. to be on hand I get out of the neighborhood It I IiItln't that killed Landis TheLetter

pday School. 10 clock a. m., the moment she woke want to. get Into trouble "If :you n- going to take these [ 1

bomss Supt. r But Selma was not asleep. Nora Abrams shook his head disgustedly t-c't l liii,.' a i"'"','ipt. piped up Cas- Box

minI'Vorshlp, 11 a. m IIAIr tiptoed ins ho room to find her He looked at Nick but didn'tget ped
!'> help there Then he turned Abrams
P. U., 7:15: : p. m. any ignored him. but with

enlng Worship 7:30: p. m. I V_' i gown to Dancer. an afterthought, turned to Polly. A KE.IOINDKH:
"They're going to arrest me, are- "All he said '
E. Teachers Meeting: Wednes. right. laconically. "You got one too? he asked. Editor,
Telegraph
I n't they ? she said. "
"Where
?
::45p.m. The Story Titus Far: Visiting if Robert Land were you She shook her head. Kindly
a most surprised "No permit me to offer a few
no, of course not reassured "I went out to get some air." "Miss Byrnes has a brother who
,
'
d-week Prayer service Wed- San Francisco Chinatown cabaret
walked In now Nora."I comments on your editorial "What
iay. 7:30: p. m.Methodist. In the capacity of N Year's I Both men were silent as Nora didn't kill him said Dancer was defiant and sullen."What carries a gun," put In Nick quietly. Critics of Fvoonevelt'H Plan Over..
Selma.
city ordinance does that "And
chauffeur
tells he
reveler I rather than detective, Nick rose a startled look on her face. her voice breaking."Of my me look." You conetnd that if the
break?
hung around outside until about
I Charles corned upon Robert Land! "You know there's no chance of President 'has any abnormal In- I
ChurchB. I I I I course you didn't, answered "I went with him," Lum Kee vol the time she and Landls left."
who hns been ml""lnIrom/ home that. don't you. Dancer?" went on Nora. I fluence over Congress he had nothing -
v M. Montgomery Pastor. unteered. "lie "
; for three days. Nick's Interest In Nick."I was just! waiting for me. at all to do with It. as he was !
nday School-10 a. m. "But they all think so-Aunt Katharine "Where did you go for all this exclaimed Potty "lie wouldn
at personal one for his wife, Nora don t know what you're talkIng elected by the people" i
MAnning Worship-11 a. m. -everybody, said Selma. air? cut In Abrams sharply. kill Robert. Mr. Charles. He would-
i Is a counln of Robert's \\lfe Selma. about!" cried Dancer. !
lEpworth League-8:43: : p. in.r. "Now get "Now, you've got to get some "Air pretty much same every n't have no reason!" To be sure he was elected by the

r. ilBveBlng\: Worship. 7:30 p. m.fTou Robert! leave the (cabaret collects out of here! I sleep" Nora admonished. where," said Lum Kee, with a "I'm not accusing said people, but you Ignore that over- !
anyone
$23,000 In bonds from David Gra. "What is It Nick?" .
are Invited: t3 all these servo asked Nora."Robert's i' A sudden piercing fear flashed 'bland, Innocent smile "We go my Nick. He glanced at Abratm. "I whelming pressure brought to bear ;
"
ham n former suitor of Selma on been killed said
': -,;. Nick over Selma. car. Ride around." just think you ought to find him." upon the people through the nearly
promise of a divorce, goes home without raising his voice. : "David," she whispered. "He J3.0OO.OOO.OOO granted him tl)
"You rode around eh? flung "If that little rat tries to hang
Presbyterian Church I for some things but refuse Selnm's Dancer stood over Nick, arm up- thinks so too. And he mustn't Icouldn't out Abrams. "New Year's Eve anything on me cried Dancer, spend Just as he pleased and without
rtev. George H. Pastor tearful Plea to stay. She follows raised. His face was flushed Nick bear accounting to for the
Lowry, It. The place Is full and you're riding unable to contain himself longer. any one
Sunday Services: finds him dead In the street disregarded him .and once again I Nora stood there uncertainly as I around!" "You leave my brother out of use he made of it. Millions of persons

[10:00: a. m. Sabbath School. from u bullet fired by an unknown took up the 'phone."I the other girl put a hand on her The Incongruity was too much this!" snapped Polly In rejoinder. voted for Roosevelt for the

Jloo: a. m. Morning Worship. assailant. want to get Lieutenant shoulder. She seemed on the verge I Carper tried to himself Into same reason that millions in Germany
even' for the patient Abram. He Inject I
1:30: p. m. Young People's Ves Abrams of the Homicide Squad, of hysteria, but she was fighting flung his arms up In the air. the breach. He was fanciful voted. for Hitler, millions In
. Service. Chapter FleAs he ordered. for self-control. Italy voted for Musnollni. and millions
- per "Phooey!" he commented. figure as he weaved back and
"What are you calling him for? In Russia voted
Sermonette by Pastor. for the Stalin
"Will to him? she asked. forth.
you go There was in Interruption at the
Midweek: Service she stared at the inert form stormed Dancer. "It's a cinch regime.
: before her Selma's mind was an none of us shot Landis." "Go to David ?" echoed Nora, I door. A little, dwarfllke. bushyhaired "Take It easy!" he cautioned."That's .
:r30 p. m. Mission Study. what to do You say the Supreme Court Is
,
they're trying
blankly. I figure was on the threshold.The .
absolute blank. All the confused "Maybe to explain how knew
[S:3O p. m. Prayer Service. you get at each other's throats.Don't already "packed" and In the interest
two plalnclothesmen were you
f emotions that had been rushing he was shot," replied Nick. "Yes. Go to him and tell him

through her brain were banished by He turned quietly and gesturedto that no matter how things seemed. bending over to hold him back. answer anything unless you of the Republican" party and
Rose wood Baptist Church want to." "big business. Thereby you Indirectly -
"He's our lawyer, said Dancer.
the shock of this terrifying dis Nora."I I didn't have anything to do withit.
tt.v. L. Q. Hemingway, Paator "Come in Abrams dug his fingers Into the I contend that It is now time
Casper.
covery. She did not know that the think you'd better go and stay He has to know that. Please.'
(.Services every Sunday. Bible The arrival bowed In scruff of his neck He shook his to pack it la the Interesa of Fascism
new several -
revolver she was carrying was held with Selma, he said "All right, said Nora, heedless
JStiAly 10:15: a. m. Services at 3:30: directions at he bustled I head anti turned wearily ajuin tu for which Mr Roosevelt
In her The of in view once. as ,
[o'clock In afternoon. right hand. She was entirely news spread over San Fran- consequences of the Polly. stands. You are assuming that
to Danced.
unaware of the sound-of brakes cisco like wildfire. "Death Amid pleading voice of the other. "I'll over
"Well, well," he buzzed, "what Is I "Where Is this brother of the New Deal measures invalidatedby
1tETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH of a car jolting to an abrupt halt New Year Revelry' screamed the go. yours the
this?" that didn't kill anybody?" h. asked Supreme Court representedthe
at the curb. early headlines. -
I Rev. U. A. Donnley Pastor morning Ace reporters "Do I know T" countered( Dancer."A i her will of the people. But when
The partial Illumination of a corner found a meaty story in the Chapter Six
[Services first Sunday. you stop to reflect on it, from the
very
in and
was to reveal her details of the murderof guy comes buys a drink. "He lives In a hotel on Turk
lamp enough mysterious
[Sunday School 2:30 p. m. He rejoicing of the rank and file because -
out and Street
kills said "I don't know
face. David Graham leaped out the youngest scion of the old, David was standing listening goes somebody Polly
Bible and Services of the Court's action
Study Prayer
nervously to the radio. New Year him. What are we supposed to do? just you
Saturday night. know those measures did not
every gaiety mingled over the air with .u. .. --,_where.U..h. ._,'" represent
I the will of the people
terse, dramatic news flashes of the I I I Ii i
I8t. Mark's Episcopal Church 1 You
of
killing of Robert Landis. The fact ,, slightingly speak "five
Morning prayer and Sermon on .1 reactionary men thwarting the will
that his
family was one of the old- I
Itho second and fourth Sundays at of the "
est in San Francisco gave the I people Do you forget the
ill a. m. Holy Communion Saints unanimous and near unanimous
whole matter
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir nlflcance, a vastly sinister slg : declHlons sometimes rendered and

[{practice every Friday night at 7:30: the decisions favorable to New
The bell rang. David Involun-
pm. I __ Deal measures sometimes render
I tartly jumped back. lie tried to _
ed1'I
I control himself when he stepped to

[WHY SHOULD i the foyer and asked who was there I You admit thai( It IM Mr Roosevelt .

[CM> TO CHURCh? "Its me- Nora,' came the voice i s purpuHu to "repack' the

i from outside. 1 Court To this agrees the words

(Umatllla Tribune) David affected an air of casual I of his own attm neY-Kenerul. as re-

|.. I believe in the church. I do surprise He opened the door polled In Jucksonvlllo Journal

[DOt want to live In a community ,: ? 'Why. Nora!" he said Nick | Feb 15: uhfn he auld.. "Theme wai.> !

[where the church Is i weak or dying.A.1man with you '" I want to pvoMorvo! the status quo. ,

: should prove his faith by Nora shook her head. She stood I I want to retain on the bench JusI -

|hIS works. "Linen.Uyrnet.. staring at him. How much did he f ,. I'i tiers who may he relii-U upon to

((2. I get fed up on the world ." tatdAlramt I know What did he suspect I Once a gwriJieel, veto progressive measures, If the
"Art a/wort a gum-hurl, Constitution( IH to remain
[through six week days. It helps you Selma had told her nothing. I -t- a livinglucoument
turf you took Robert rh? gold Banffr. .. it Is einentlul. that I
me to be for awhile on Sunday LanJis lo hit i I "Just let me sit down," she said / newbluoU I II

[with people who think of some- liontf?" )I David s face wax a perfect mask I I' .. '..-.. .... -. _..-. ,.. : .. .-.. .. ... be InfuHL-d( Into I tho Judiciary,

thing besides dollars success and | as he watched. Perhaps the visit Give tile customers. Insurance with You don't know much of anything i I The measures Mi I. Cummin** cull* i i'ProgrPIIHive"

p lasure. cultivating a spirit of un- I was a perfectly innocent one Perhaps -i I the drinks' do you replied Abiams are by the rank and

(. flshne..s. I she knew nothing yet Her Nick glanced down at the half 'I'hll's ulwiiy moving uumvered file of the people. regarded as Fascist
i of the car. He stared at her His aristocratic Forrest family. and therefore enisled!
I often see things about my I next words dispelled that Idea. I full glass In his (awn hand Polly
seemed to take in simultaneou
[fellows that repels me during the I eyes Lieutenant Abrams' ambitionhad "Don't you know what's happened I "Wouldn't he a bad idea he In I>nniei looked around. for an ash I As fur a law requiring Justices of
the and the
[week. At church I am reminded ly gun prostrate always been to own a small continued Nora. terji-cted, tiuy. He found it on H table near the Supreme Court to retire at the

'4. [that, they havea better side. I body."Selma farm. He would much rather have "Why, no" said :Oavld cautious Casper, attracted to Nhk: by the the wall lie edged carelessly over ijre of seventy it Is wholly unconstitutional. -
he
cried shaking her
[feel better toward them after pray- spent his time tabulating livestock ly. "What?" sound of his voice, bobbed over lo thtreHu, These jurstlces are appointed
till she looked "Selma! What
\lag and singing with them. ?" up than checking on bullet holes and "Robert,, was killed," replied him with a show of warmth bent down too quickly for for life They may voluntarily -

N. happened fingerprints. But he was a perser. Nora. "How ore you Mr. Charles ?" lie anyone to do anything The next retire at the age of seventy
I believe that the Bible i Is the
[Book of life. At church I read It "He was going away." she answered verlng fatalistic sort. He did the She tried to read the true mean said. "Surely. Mr. Charles, you second the room wa plunged In or over and still draw full pay if

mechanically. "I tried to best job he could! In the domain ing In his abrupt change of don't think that them people would ,d.irknrnH, they have served, as Justices ten
expres.sion
and hear it read it for I
helps me "
Tweed nourishment for my soul as I stop h(m. where fortune had cast his lot. I Then, out of the corner of have anything to do with a thing "Stay where you are!" yelled years or longer. Dut to pass a lawmaking /

[well as for my body. David turned away from the Arriving at the Forrest home a her eye, she caught sight of a fig like this?" Abrama it obligatory on them to

body with a shiver, and lowered his i few minutes before Nora, he ran ure outside the window. It was I lie flung his hand out In a burnt' Hut nobody did] 'rhere came two retire is to vlol.ite: the Constitution

j S. I am sometimes distressingly voice as he put an arm around her. !'mack inlo a stone wall when he only a flash, but the Image was I of fervor, overwhelmed by the Hhots, The sound of n door clash of the U. S., which Constitution!

uman: and I often lose my fight. "Listen Selma," he said. "You're I begun to question the servants focused as InI powerful lens. sheer absurdity of the accusation Ills Class KmiiHhinK. Keel scuf !Mr. Roosevelt' has solemnly sworn

it church my pastor talks about going back to the house. You nevI I about the domestic status! or Rob- I "Look!" she cried. "OutHl
forgiveness' and hope and better | cr had a pistol. You haven't been ert and Selma. Aunt Katharine That's the brother of the girl Robert turning to Dancer. Hhout. At the Mumc time the tile best of his ability
I: need that.
living ,| out of the house and you know Forrest towered In Irate dignity.She was with tonight!" Dancer had. So had Lum Kee. telephone on the ileak next (to Nick Ernest Thornquest.

\\G. At church people think ofGod | nothing about this. Understand ?" threw her aura of respectability David rushed to the window. He Abranw turned them over to the began to I'Ing.To -.---- _

[ and they call him Father. I I Selma noddeJ. Her face held no at him but It bounced off his I Ishoudei's. couldn't budge It. He cursed under man at his right. ( !hc. continued I I ) Jacksonville. Flu/

Kneed; Him in my dally life. Fellow- I I expression David snatched the Abrams was not easily his breath and hailed to the front Feb. 20, 1930:

ship with others engaged i Iq the pistol from her grasp and turned affected by anything that interfered dcor. Just as he opened It a pllalnI ():-;('.\ \\". V.\L Etowen and W. J. Kfeenathart: of Bradford County Telegraph,
I
[same quest helps me to find Him. her in the direction of her home. with the normal pursuit of I clothes man tripped In. They 'collided Wo Mo., HtHike. Flu.

:And herein Is the richest brotherhood I "Now hurry buck!" he begged. his practice. and David saw he had a pis Oscar W. Dyal tiled at his homeat Dear Eugene:

in the world. i "Run as fast as you can!" "Lady, a man's been killed," he tol. Graham early Saturday morning Interment was at Ml. Slnal Cemetery Knrloxed\ I Is! check foi, SI I 10( cov

f-7. The church Is the reason for.most I She vanished into the nlg .t. He told her patiently. "I got to",find I "Not so fast, buddy," the intruder Feb. 13, at the age of seventy- under dircclton' of Key-Mc- cr\ng\ another year's Hiibccrlptinn

[ of the good we see If I can "I clenched his teeth, looked at the out who did It." warned. David's hands automatically two. Cabe; r'unerul Home Jacknonvllle. to the Te'eiT' r h.

(help to keep It going and make It I revolver in his hand stuffed it into "My servants have nothing to went up The policeman lie was horn Nov. 10, ill A fll I lend.IUAI.V ( Keep tin old IIIII>SCII/ polled

[stronger I to do it. If I and lived all his long, useful life In on the oWtlmers down thereI
ought his overcoat pocket then he Jumped say, said Aunt J Katharine haughtIly. advanced. Nora had opened the --.----
[:neglect the church and others fol. I!I Into his car. When he had lower window sash. Bradford County. He-re he reared do HO enjoy Mr La aig.ens:. )
i''iIElI'I.EOur ;
low my example, the church sufI I: leached a deserted part of the waterfront "I m just asking some simple "Trying to make a getaway, his six: daughters and six sons all filings. ?

fen. I want my example to be onthe he stopped. He went to questions," replied Abrams. I eh ?" he IInJuled.I of whom survive, excepting one schedule changes December' I Sincerely,

[ side of right. i j I I the water's edge and threw the Aunt Katharine turned to her ;I "I m not trying to get away," son Avery who died a few yeurs 10, and, trains. will runs us follows: Lillian Florcus

18. I believe God expects me to pistol out as far as possible. Someone doorman. 'I cried Nora. "There was someone ago In military service. Soiitlilioiind ---.-- -- --

orship Him. I could worship Him :I! heard the splash. There came "Henry, will you show Lleuten on the fire escape. He's gone now" Mr. Dyal was! a highly respected No. 1 Due Starke 11:31: P.M. Turkeys In their natural state,

[*away from the church but I do not I i I a cry. Footsteps. David leaped ant Abrams out?" she requested. The officer Jerked his chin disbellevlngly. citizen of true ctirlntlin worth. Ills No. 13-: -Due Stalk -1:58: P.M roost In trees .

do very much of that. I can do it I i back In the car and drove away I Abrams shook his head sadly. He honesty and high principals won No. 107Due Starke 9:66: A.M
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better at church for there I receive wildly 'was used to such things, but they "Yeah Well you'll be gone in (or him the esteem In which he No. 191Due Starke 10'33! Alt.MOUKH, UIU CHOP;

Jtde help of my fellows and it maybe !i Back at the Lichee, Nora still complicated an already difficult I just a minute. I've been trailingyou vas held by all who knew him. Northbound' .M'I FKKTILI/KKS & I'KKTII.IEHMATKKIALS: :

|: that I can be worth something 1 I waited for a chance to use the situation. since you sneaked out of the At the time of his death and for No. 2--Due starke 3.03:

> them. I shall not deny them, and 'phone. Nick finally came in search "I'm not going till I see Mrs. Forrest house. miny years he was deacon of the No. 16--Due Starke 11 :21 A.M nil Cash Discount tooniiiIssltin

!|shall not say "no" to God. There- of her. Landls.' he said. I! Nora was speechless. David was Ciraham Baptist Church. No. 108-Due Starke 5.35: P.M (' Merchants and

;'e i it is my habit to go to church.IATTENTIO.V. I I "I m still trying to call Selma" "I'm sorry, she Is unable to be ,] white and furious She was the His wife was taken from him by Mtarke mid Wunne. Itrunrh, Furniers Associations

she said. disturbed," came a heavy, precise !! first to regain her voice. Jeath about .'<10 ID I-Leave* Staika 7UUA.: jur j. U IIAKKKLL.: AgentIjiwtny
----- I a year ago and since 1 .
: TOWNSENDITES "I'll find you a phone," he returned voice from the further doorway. "Where ate we going?" she ask- I that time his health began/ to fall >. 102---Arrives Starke 1 So f At Flu.ITCHING I

cheerfully. He took her The speaker Dr. Adolph Kammer, I j l Jed Often he wag heard to remark I Daily except Sundays,
I/ rm and led her to .vas a "Down to T J. GRIFFIN.
Some very important matters1vu1 Dancer's of powerfully built, middle aged headquarters. replied that he
was "ready to home"
go _______ ___ __ ____ __
[ come before the regular meet- I fice. Observing that it was desert- man with close.cropped hair and the man. i All of his five sons and six cluugh.ers u h FEE

I log of the club next Monday eve- !!d, he went In. He had just picked brightly penetrating eyes. Abrams "You don't understand" said were with him at the time of ENERGY and

nlng. March 1, at 8 o'clock In the I Ij I up the phone to dial Aunt Katharine recognized him. He had encountered | Nora, gathering her dignity. "I'm lth and he entreated them all RELIEVED QUICKLY

court house. May we not have a'' when Dancer, coat over his him several times on the witness Mrs. Nick Charles." .Id serve the Lord he learned to love RESISTANCEFROM I

[:full attendance? I arm, returned. stand, adroitly presenting'pleas I I "Yeah ?'' said the officer, taking I so well. YOUR FOOD Cf the skin between your toes is raw.

Ernest Thornuest, Sec "Once a gum-heel always a of Insanity for murder defen-j'"i by her the arm as he kept his gun tfchy, cracky-le is probably the nrsj'
The daughters are: Mrs. Essie WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT Jgns of Athlete's
I Foot. Treat at
gum-heel, eh? said Dancer. "Ijon't dants. I Jon David. "Well! we1that's\! very oncj
Wasdon, Waldo; ),frll. Gladys! with RYKO and feel the immediate
"
like gum-heels but I bought 1 ve got to see her, Doctor," I Interesting!" I ellef from that
:Strickland and Mrs. Ruby Britt, stars CHOII 1..Y-o.HICD-Th. only tormenting Itch
i you'd quit It when you married a persisted the lieutenant. He escorted them through the medicine' conttlnlnir/ th. "1 Herbs of SYKO la absorbed and acts IN th..)
FLU : cala. Mrs. Annie Hilliard, Trilby; H..lib." (Julckly. elani bowel. ikln. Ask
"
i pot of money. "I know your responsibility," doorway to the car outside. your druggist for RYKO
Mrs. Mattie Milliard, Pompano and Ton* bladder. Invlsoriu' last tnd If not quickly relieved
"Did he call me a pot ?" asked said Dr. Kammer smoothly "But Back at the Lichee, the forces of colon action. Sa ( ly itlmulitic, will be you.1
Mrs. Lola Stokes New River. Five noney refunded by RyW
DANGER i I! Nora In mock anger. Mrs. Landis has had a great shock, the law were also swinging Into purirrlnv" liver bile relieving..Constipation 'roducts, Atlanta Oa.
', ons: Truman tiya), Brooker; Wesley Hour Stomach ln<1i tlon.Bllleueneea.
"I don't like to be critical Dancer It was necessary to give her something action. Lieutenant Abrams had arrived Kxceae Aeld'rv' 5fl4otb.r
... Irvin and Lee Dyal, Graham, KYKO sold In Starke
Stiffed up hisS Oto d Boa T for her 'elokvnlna ejrmptom allied By
Bore ..'. i responded Nick slowly. "but nerve. ; his two assistants were ,.
throat .t" waralac M and Truby Dyal, Waldo. Two six dleordera which may ,uluk ".1011
**LxM>k Out" You nay ... the n.Up..u i It doesn't look quite right when "Do you often have to give Mrs. keeping a weather eye on Dancer. Into more danaeroue dle.a.e.. 0.1 Brown'a rharnmry anti guod drugstore
victim.$ With eolde and WL.llaJI ers: Airs. Fnnnle Brown, Cocoa: at rh. > rrmr .nr nower.O .
< itiiii eape
I I i you and your partner and your Landls things for her' nerves?" Insinuated Polly and Lum Kee. .
around :jrou don't endani your and Mrs. Lula Edwards, Starke Kt. C.. I.ll-O-M' tftmt.
health. br aealeot-. t prima donna and your best customer Abrams.Dr. Of the group, Polly was! probablythe I I everywhere.
lac FLU ."..p. I One brother, Alex Dyal, Cocoa, All
.
all out at the Kammer turned to Aunt Ka most fidgety. She was tryingto -
same time.
torn Red Cro a) go except five of his r
OAF Tonle la :your I Sort of gives the place a vacant tharine."I keep her skirts clear of the po. thirty-four grand I t.
:IIIIIIIIIIIII:: beat frlead. la children were at the funeral: nineteen
helping to ward look." think, Miss Forrest,' he said, lice. At the same time she had no great grand children also" aur-

.. .of ff FLU.the symptoms Ite a. ', Dancers eye. narrowed. He looked "you should have your attorney hankering to get on the wrong side vice For Expert RepairingSmith's

Way Action la f as though he wanted to have present at any future conferencewith of Dancer. It was the frying pan
:. mou*. 1. It la an. ........... i. o tly 1 Nick thrown out. Meanwhile the the police." and the fire. She didn't know The funeral was held Feb. 14 at
1o.lp. keep bowele open. S. Baa: .*
I > o'clock at the Graham
'...'. 4. laetaatly atlaoka hiiaamrnee desired number was reached. Nick The situation was growing em- which would sizzle worse. Baptist

.I and, paint. B. R.d Cross I listened attentively to some message barrassing. At least for Abram! "Listen, Mills Byrnes" said I Church the Rev Mr. Hicks! officiating -I
Car Tania baa STRONG belldln
assisted the Rev. L. G. GaragePhone I
: toiile' action. S. Helpe rebuild n4blood I| that was given him. As he But It was punctured by the arrival Abram., concentrating on her. by
.... .... Hemingway. '
,. FXxo/t cell dvpend for oa etrenctlt one remedy.1.-Oet hung up the receiver Lum Kee of Nora. "Are you sure you took Robert

Red Cross Car Tonlo and Lit a< walked in the room. Nick glanced "Hurry to the Lichee," she told Landls to his home? Many beautiful flowers showed

: that ..old' ...,... 23a at drucclata. I from one to teb otehr, an odd half. him, barely pausing to greet the "Of course." said Polly.! "Just the esteem In which he was held. 120

far IrlpU pvfcjMlart ...J .......! aV smile on his. face others. "Nick's waiting for you like Dancer told me." The pallbearers were: H. H. Sur-

,..... turn in rew"- MtieN with fed CreKuk I there.' "Did hear a shot?" ,ency, Gainesville, C. C. Sherhouse.luwthorne .
: ,far Chut ColJ. 2 fc. end 1UJ OMCee "So both of the proprietors are you Wrecker Service Day or Night
: "/ Synta 'I()<. Jiuuiul) ."....... back" he said reflectively. "I wonder That message delivered, Nora'sonly "I heard something.:' admitted Jo'V, Webb H"I *- I

... -. -.- -- which one of you would be thought was for her cousin Polly "It was like the backfire I Jiorne. J K Overatreet, VV E -











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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDe1X, FEBRUARC
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f FIVE WRECKSIN BROOKER planning to receive diplomas I SUNNY BROOK FARMSirs. {JVOODL.UJ'\:

;. '. :\. Bradford County Telegraph 18 HOURSARE "M Vera Oalney, Correspondent Thursday that they have night completed, March 4,the to ninth show .I O. E. Crosby_, Correspondent Mrs. A. J. Yarbrongh 'J
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Established 1811MEM.BE.R ICO..rt. II. Tipton grade Some of their plans are as Fire last Tuesday night totally. Mrs. T B. Neel -
5r RESULT OF WET The Death Angel visited Brooker follows: destroyed the barns on the farmof and Gordon Jay of>u<
SLIPPERY took from his Friday night February 26, a box Mrs A. S. Crosby.
and
Tuesday night ited Mr. and Mrs ,
\
ROADS home hereRobert Henry Tipton. supper. A short program will be Members of the family, and a last week-end. ?

,Y FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIONS.Vk night and Sunday Mr. Tipton had made his home rendered Including a speech by Mr hired man discovered the blaze, Misses Juanita ,
Saturday All asked to after It had for sometime In u "
Ovid Lewis girls are raged
\J morning furnished the local wrecker here for the past several years Hard of Jacksonvui, ,
.. service with eighteen hours of i.having formerly lived In Decatur bring boxes and boys come prepared the hay-loft of the Crosby farm, 1 and Mrs. p. i. Hllir', ,
to buy them. A large crowd and were unable to determine the
Jacksonville.
Ga.. and in
excitement and bu lnes8. Five County Mrs.
John Brow, ,
,
it said. ,
4 -- la expected. origin was ?
-- member of the .
\ ---- faithful
He was a
vehicles collided turned over or
'
,l'L Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class skidded Into ditches from 4.30: Baptist Church and of the Ku Klux Sunday afternoon, February 28, H. B. Kelly and Fate Brown were and ter Gerdle I'Eva and Mi, ( ".
the Post Office at Starke, Florida at 3 o'clock the Baccalaureate business visitors to Lake City last Hilliard \' '. ,
Matter at o'clock afternoon until 11 Klan. I '
Saturday visitors
Service will be held with the Rev. to Jacksonv ,11 :
i mourn Wednesday. :
.
-- I I.\
-- -- --- --- o'clock Sunday morning. He leaves to his passing i \4,1!
; E.! L. Matthews- ______-__ ___--__--__-__Editor and Owner I i The first accident occurred Saturday one brother W. J. Tipton of the B. M. Montgomery of the Starke Raiford Brown of Plant City was Mrs S. C. Miller ,,II, r.
afternoon when the Plymouth Jacksonville Police Department, Methodist Church in charge. visiting: his mother Mrs. H. Brown are visiting her dank', ," ..,'
Thursday night, March 4, at 8 J. Yarbrough for a f,".
'
KATE owned by Jessie Adams of his widow Mrs. Ruth Tipton, and recently. \ dan '
: SUBSCRIPTION o'clock, the graduating exerciseswill Perl Morgan of Jai
l Jacksonville collided with a Ford one adopted daughter, Edith. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and }<
Gt. In Advance be held with Dr. W. A. Littleof a guest of Miss I'Evu HnZ
. Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c: -Payable truck owned by Pete Griffls about Funeral services were held at the baby and L. A. Crosby were visiting /"
of Florida, the week-end
the
; University
6} Advertising Hates on Application two miles east of Starke on Road Brooker Baptist Church with the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
.. ---. -- -- .. '. -.- 28. The Plymouth was badly benton Rev. 0. E. McGauley and the Rev. Gainesville, as the principal speak- Li Johns at New River last Friday. --.-
I' -- ------- the front and fenders. J. L, Norris officiating after which er.All Lake Baikal, in Siberia,
of the above will be in the Mrs J. R. Kelly and baby were been
By RED KERCE About 8:30: p. m. a Packard I the body was carried to Elgle Brooker School building and the guests of her parents ;Mr. and feet. sounded to a depth or'
. BETTEt( skidded Into the ditch two miles Chapel Cemetery for interment.
Mrs. A. L. of Lake But-
Driggers
sit-down strike in the par- Pallbearers L. A. Brown, W. public is cordially invited to at- .
Sill! ; Almost any father welcomes a this side of Kingsley Lake on Road were: ler Wednesday. -
D. Webb G. B. Colson, M. O. Har- The animals of ro,
18. and had to be pulled out by a tend.W. Illln bus It:
iS lor when he tries to read. wrecker. rell, B. F. Hazen, and Elmo Rahn V. Webb and children, Ida MUs Evelyn Crosby of Brooker the peccary, tapir .1] u,.. ,
I Parlors and "Pat" and Mills Louise was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. lo, nutria, porcupm irn
What li li4ing 0 I The toughest Job came about 10 The Seashole Funeral were Way "I, I
or'r' :r\\ "Wit Is the salt of conversation," declares an author.'I o'clock p. m. (still Saturday) when In charge The Singing Choir was Webb of Jacksonville spent Sunday Marcus Conner Sunday.. ... cum.Better.
, anyway talk doc? the 9 o'clock bus to Jacksonville composed of the Junior Sunday here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. -- ----
( after a long *
Money 1 How thirsty are you running late skidded" Into.the School Class, which Mrs. Tipton D. Webb.

There I ____ o--' '- ditch three and one-half miles teaches. Thomas Edward Lewis of Starke Results

making Boys, you'd better watch those gals who give you plentyof south of town on Road 13. No spent last week-end here as guest 1'1
The prlr I to tie with you. damage woe done. 1\11'8. Beadip. ,Pndgett Hough of J. R. Mott.
tog and I rope. They're trying up The next accident occurred at The Bfo kfr; community was Mr. and, Mrs. R. B. Raulerson Always -
producttBible \ o 12 p. m. when a Ford turned over greatly saddened Thursday to hear and children and Misses Eva Fay i
I
foki1y \ ; One thing about living in a house\ trailer, a gallon of gas- 1 about seven miles out on the Keystone I of the death of Mrs. Beadle Pad and Vera Gainey spent Sunday In
to Lj needed to move the wolf from your door.A road near Moore's Service gett Hough of Jacksonville Mrs Lake Butler as guests of their sis'. : 'IrD E A L =
means m I oline is all that's Station. A passing truck righted Hough was born at Starke but had ter, Mr. and Mrs. R W. Brannen. L --

more cabetter \ .--0 the overturned car before a lived many years of her life at Mrs. Josephine Crotty and
break. wrecker could reach the scene. The here for Jack- daughter of Jacksonville is
t columnist there are no pretty women at I I Brooking leaving spend- eiilIJljje/uL
l' a says
and mli: well. Identity of the driver was not sonville about three months ago. ing a few days here as guest of
who
to make fast time. Ah another single columnist, can run learned. She was a member of the Baptist : her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Pinholster. '
111
more ensToo o The last accident occurred whenan Church. Mrs. L. A. Mintz and daughter

oj There are a few things a girl could think to do besides Oldsmobile driver unknown, Mrs. Hough Is survived by her and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and children Whenever and, wherever fertilizers are neednl.there's .
skidded
into the
ditch about three husband, Carl Hough two chil-
the mat, I ; of Jacksonville spent the
to her sweetie over a telephone. But she miles north of an IDEAL Brand to do the work-and da
latin Keystone
too Utttl talk baby Heights dren, Francis and Carl Richard week-end here with their parents,
the f: doesn't ever. at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Hough; her mother, Mrs. Ellen Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. It perfectly. IDEAL Brands are famoin for
culture These numerous accidents were Padgett; three sisters and one Mrs. S. E. Ritch and baby of Rai- producing better results, higher quality, bigger
many e4, ----o-- caused by the wet, slippery roads brother besides a host of other relatives ford spent part of this week hereas profits.
, conclusilfarm : 1 "The castor-oil treatment is:' given politicians in Cuba.- following the heavy rains Saturday and friends. guests of her parents, Mr and Experienced growers recommend IDEAL 1 ,

1111 Filler. All the castor-oil in Cuba wouldn't work some of and Sunday. Funeral services were held at the Mrs. L. A. Brown. Brand In the Starke and Lawtey section ,1
farm or'' .-- Dedun Cemetery with the Rev G. Mr. and Mra V. V Hazen and for best results with:
America's politicians.
quantityWe : I Clinic To Be Held E. McGauley officiating and the baby of Lacoochee spent the week-

can: t _-o A clinic for crippled children Roberta Funeral Home in charge. end here with his parents, Mr. and STRAWBERRIESTRUCK "

tory whyprofltab .. By way of complaint, we're not entirely satisfied with will be held In Lake City Tuesday Pallbearers were: E. J., Ovid, Mrs. E. M. Hazen. *
view is that they L. O. Lewis, H. P. Morgan H. H. Mrs. W. A. Brown and Mrs. I R. CROPS
lot. The only one now in clear one March 2, and will be conducted by *
; our
There! Howard, and Reddick Thomas. Waters of Alachua motored here
Dr. L. L, Fort, for
surgeon crip-
volved offer gratis in a cemetery. Monday.H. FIELD CROPS
pled children. Any children need-
,
culture I Graduation B. and P. A. ,
0- Ing attention who haven t been to Crosby were
trot of i Perhaps a man would accomplish more if when he was the former clinics please see and Another term of the Brooker transacting business in Yukon WIlSON d TOUMER

rush sect pee all ;, '.". loaded to tell the world something, he didn't curtail his activ- ty make nurse arrangements with the poun- Junior the closing High day.School There Is drawing are fifteen near Friday = FERTILIZE ('OMI: '.\M ,:n,

ities only to shooting bull. Mrs Cleonle HIckok, happy boys and girls who are It Is estimated that more than Jacksonville, "la. s..

AIFERT o County Nurse .. two-thirds of automobile accidents J. II. UuIUre, Distil, t Rep.. ;:

Young drivers accompanied by girls should be forced to THERESSAMlwt A PRRCOLUMN could be prevented. Ocala, Fl.i f)

BiConti curtail hugging before they approach road signs reading Ruth GENT M U':CULj"".row AIMIMIIN e T : .
a Zelgler Yt .
Correspondent U l 1.MeOU Full'Sto'kll Carried IU
Ahead Beware. f '
"Soft Shoulders [[ .- ([rout
:: "t J.j\"N"I"\ ,OIL"':il'uvaollv
0- Mrs. S W. Griffith and son, Donald .
CARL JOHNS, Stark! Fit.
I, ,cf Miami FOR SALE Pepper, tomato and -t '''a-i::
are visiting her pa- f.N .
that meat from rested pigs
.
A British scientist reports r MIM:u._eo. ...or. .. J. S. NORMAN, Liiwte.. FbG.
I rents, Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. egg plants. See E. R. Bowers at Mm." .1.I bwftr,, .i
is better than meat from tired pigs. Note. to hogs: There's no, Mr and Mrs Jessie Adkins and Canova. Pharmacy. tf ::,1. ':!r'r.: r.w.:::::.. \V. ROBERTS, I..iwte

i use working up a sweat to get killed. Miss Nettle Hersey, all of Jacksonville -I I 1 I l ,
FOR RENT- Furnished seven-
.
visited R. M. Hersey last
o week-end. room house large screened

] The boys, poor devils, are in for it. They make love to Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Adkins porches with all conveniences, hot
can't tell when one's and children visited Mrs water etc. Also furnished apartments
girls now in fear and trembling. They Adklna'parents Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, 402S.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Swln-
Sr too young not to be married.
-4)- M Hall and daughter, Mrs FOR RENT Apartment Large
A Kansas farmer, sixty-six years old has spent his life Oulda Bundy and small daughterof comfortable roo ms screened

on one farm. We are surprised to find, after official search, Plant. City are visiting relatives front porch. :Mrs. F. H. Long ltp

the insanity rate in Kansas is normal. II D. May W H. Hall and Clyde FOR SALE- Special Marl globe
1 tt--- 1 iI P I 11 I transacted business in tomato plants and World Beater

Mother Nature and Papa Calamity usually work hand in Gainesville Monday. pepper plants. See Bill Long
Mrs O A. Thrower and Mr. and 403 N. Walnut St., Starke. ltp Fret; Phone o )
.-_--- hand, but thus far they've slipped up. None of the sit-down Mrs G H Thrower of Jackson- I I

strikers report an epidemic of boils, so far. ville spent the week-end as guests FOR SALE Mule, wagon, harness y 45
and fertilizer distributor, price
of Mrs. O A. Thrower's sister. Mrs.J. .
o J, Zeigler. 711500 cash.' H. G. Strohfeldt, 3
'i The Rev. Gerald K. Smith, says that Roosevelt doesn't Willis Swindell of Plant miles North of Starke. ltp -
City is EXTft.OOOU NO. i IRISH
( count anymore. We are a bit optimistic, possibly, but we visiting his parents, Mr. and lira. FOR RENT-Comfortable flve-" SUGAR 5 1bS. 25c
"
I doubt the Republicans will ever count votes again. 3. R. Swindell. room house on edge of town. Apply POTATOES 10 Lbse 30cAiANSS'ELL
Mrs II.
Moorer Mrs. Lottie Mc-
R. A N wgom, 333 N. Cherry HOUSECOFFEE
the lire Gilery, Mrs Ben Powell and Mrs St Starke. ltp FANCY
Federal authorities say per cent safe. Elmer Powell all of South Miami'el'e ?
We'll give( a federal authority our entire two pairs of trousers .\ visiting their parents Mr. FOR RENT: Five room cottage--- lb. 29c LETTUCE 2 for 15e
nd Mrs C, A. Youngblood last furnished or unfurnished. J. W.
i if he'll stump the Ohio valley with his testimony. week Morgan tf VET OR CARNATION FANCY

i r .._..c.- We regret to learn of the Illness lANASUPE4

A Colorado man i is reported to have dislocated his jaw, of C. A. Youngblood and Mr and WILL anos.PAY Write CASH-for Lillian's used Music pi- MILK 3 tall 21c Lbs. 15c

twenty-one times by yawning. In a way he (is fortunate. Very : Mrs.vlll be E.well S. Sibley and hope they Store, 342 W. University Ave. FANCY DELICIOUS r.
soon.
few people have that friends to become bored with. 1 Gainesville, Fla. tf MUSTARD lOc
many A number of people of ThereasanjoycJ Qt. APPLES. Doz. 30cNO. ( :
1- ) a party given by Ruth FOR SALE-One million Missionary -

We sympathize with the child of that Alabama thirteen Zeigler at her home Thursday evening strawberry plants $1.25: per HEINZ'S 2 "
for pupils of her class In 1,000 at field M. Rhoden, Starke.
.e year-old mother. The poor kid, will be seven years old before Adult Education. 1.22-8tp i P'Lge. 20c TOMATOES 2 for 15c

i he can out tussle his mother over what Santa brings him. .
.
f PRINCE ALBERT KED BLISS 130 LB....
There are some of us left with enough brass to admit

1 that we were fourteen years old before we knew women used FLORIDA FROM THE AIR TOBACCO Can lOc SEED POTATOES $$5 ,
,
f" thimbles for anything besides thumping a knot on your head.

.) ph INSPECT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR WANTS IN MEATS \

h, 1 Women's hands Are faster than the average man's eyes, a FULL SECTION of Pictures of Quality Meats Lowest Prices-Western Beef Only 'r

{ writer believes. Maybe, brother, that is simply because when WESTERN ROUND WESTERN

a man is watching a womans hands he doesn't care what hap- Florida's Famed Beauty Spots and I T-BONE OR

't R? pens anyway. o. Busy Cities I STEAK lb. 17c GOOD SIRLOIN lb. 19c ,


jt A scientist has decided that if all the clouds on earth I HAMBURGER 2lbs. 25c STEAK
lb. 15M
p were rolled into one ball they would only weigh 613,800,000 CITIZENS AND VISITORS i .

pounds. Aren't scientist smart, to go around balling up DIXIE

"'\ ,; I '."" clouds and weighing them? WILL WANT EXTRA COPIES I I BOLOGNA lb. 12c fiMARGARINEIblSRUTTER I

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(, t TO MAIL TO FRIENDS
: A girl won in a "who can open your mouth the widest"

%,. contest (in which six participated including Joe E. Brown.I .. CHEESE lb. 22c 1b, 5.c ';,

When did this get to being news to men who know the mouth i

F opening capacity of a female? In ThisVeek's\ Issue I CHEROKEE GROWER FERTILIZER .
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-T-S $24.50 Ton \
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Just how a barber can sell !someone! twenty-one kinds of ,
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28)
-ti- hair tonic, eight : : __ $21.75 Ton
shampoos, and tell him.the entire troubles of II li.393 li.\

1' his past six generations during the length one hair cut, (is1 I I 2-10-3 $21.00 Ton _

something smart men continue trying to solve. I OF THE I WP Pay the following in trade for
eggs, rwr dozen: :
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I ; t; : A famous beauty recently appeared on Miami Beach introducing I' ATLANTA SUNDAY AMERICANSee i Mixed 20c 24-oz. White 26c 22-oz. White 23c

i ; "a new wrinkle" in bathing suits. From what we Market Price on White Eggs'Are 3 Cents Below Jax Quotations

could !see! there wasn't!'! enough material to make -
a good, Your Local SS's also have strmvberrv crates, ;
Dealer << .
n \ peanut seed, Ked BIisa Irl.h Potato seed line '
and
healthy wrinkle. a complete
UlUon Toomer's
: Fertilizers at ,' low ..
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