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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1877FIFTYEIGHT --Y Subscription L.For sear $1.50; fell Months 75c--Payable!In Advance : -- E. L Matthews, Editor i id. Owner

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10MMISSIONERS' TURKEYS OFFICERS FREEDBY VICTORY DINNER, TELEGRAM BRADFORD FIRST: KEEP COOL, KITTY !i SCOBYBOND

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FLAY NINE BRADFORD: PAIRS RELEASED-AND UNION IN NETS $95 the More subject that effective la could the following be than written any telegram editorial on I TO BENEFIT i I IU Ii II i PROVES HARD




OND REFUND i I Nine released pair COUNTIES of In semi-wild the swampy turkeyswere sec TO DEMOCRATS J.Lawtey S.:Norman' Fla.Berries '! BYCOLDPACK I TO COLLECT


tions of Bradford and Union Coun
selling fifteen to

Will Wait For Expected! ties last N. D.week Wainwright by Conservation, Jr. These Officer Judge Adkins Makes u"wld111 twenty '('fon...have.. Thirty. to go(crates rheup.) I I Will Nrl Growers Maga/.e Says Florida

Strengthening. of turkeys were provided by the Com- Talk on New Deal I Stork grr+rt muddy, rotten. I I .J0,000: This Year Law Makes Property
mission of Game & Fresh Water
Only top "p ate fit to _t.
Market PrincipalsDINERS SnyslleadWEHATIONS
in effort Security Valueless
Fish an to restock sec- Must bo
put up better andgraded
-. tions of the State which have been a s -
better! otherwise tw-
MAY SELL .. ISSUE depleted of their game supply. HEAR ROOSEVELT fey berries Will get a Miwkeje ( TO BEGIN ,I ?. : CAS I E COSTS: : COUNTY

JAT ,,4 ''\-2 PERCENTIn These fine birds were secured for DEPEND PLANThe from the buje.ru. They are ON APRIL I FIFTEENTH I: 4 $2.000.00, IT IS ESTIMATED
district the efforts of I
our through -
Toeing money dally
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special" meeting Monday, the : Representative Fred Hazen and Democratic National Committee Go. Allison & Co. I Bradford' County growers will be "Property 'put up' as bond

Bradford County Board of Com- Senator Charley E. Johns. was richer by $95 this week : the first to profit from the establishment I to gain a prisoner's release\

{mlssioners temporarily stayed a Citizens are urged to protect '03 the result o fthe successful Victory A word to the wise is sufficient of the "quick frecilng" S I from jail Isn't worth a Confederate }

laD> under consideration to refund these turkeys to the best of their Dinner held In the Woman's and, telegrams' Ilk the Industry In Jacksonville, accord. h v dollar to the state, county -

the county's $832,000 outstandingroad ability. A heavy penalty Is provided 'I Club here Thursday night of last above should give growers plenty Ing to a statement yesterday by or city should the prisoner

bonds at'a lower Interest rate. for conviction of killing or molesting week. Receipts from the dinner to think about. E. T. Gibson, president of Frosted elect to take It on the lam.

I'' According to" Clerk A, J. Thorntemporary them. here will be pooled with those Foods Co., Inc. Actual operations Ap.i That's Florida law. No lien '

Sa*, weakening theIbood Mr. Wainwright also released from similar dinners held aU over on a Liege scale will start April attaches to such property *

market delayed] the coramiajjiibners' twenty pairs of Mexican quail In the country and will be used to 15, he said. the putter-up Is Immediately:

; steps toward a refundtng Bradford and Union Counties, last help pay off the debt of the Party. BERRFPfilCESSlide In the face of heavy bidding fred to turn In his tracks sell

I plan at this time; Friday in an effort to re-stock the About seventy staunch Demo from other sections of the country, holdings so pledged. Hll.abor-

It was stated that the Commisaioners counties which have been hunted crats (fathered In the club building It was decided to launch this new I oiigh county officials, therefore -

[ were 'practically assured excessively In.the past seasons. where they ate a chicken dinner Industry In Florida because the __ \ will trade 10 thousand,,
they could.now sell a"five per cent -- prepared by the Woman's Club, listened "quick freezing" process requiresthe : dollars worth of 'forfeit**"

[bond at par net to the county, to an address by Judge A; Z.Aflkina TOIJIPCENTS use only of highest quality raw I 1 Of course we don't have to wor-i property' bonds for a counter-'.

f whlc would save about $8,000 an- CITY JAILIs wrere entertained by a materials. ry about floods around here, but I felt Chinese coin" Fist

(nuaUy. I program prepared by Nat Stern- "Consequently, In starting operations it gets pretty damp In low places 'Florida Front Page," February

berg, and then heard President sometimes. The kitten In the above 1937, '
with strawberries, we found
After consideration, and Inquiries -
Scene of Roosevelt the Poor Duality of Fruit picture probably has a faint Idea I
[ however, the Board decid- on radio that the type grown In Bradford Not quite ready Is Bradford i

fed to postpone the selling because Judge Adklna struck the keynote ''Blam/ftf.for Drop County well met our exacting requirements of felt how several flood weeks victims along the Ohio. County to trade for a counterfeit

| they explained that they believed HOUSEPARTY and gave the underlying reason for In MarketFrom ," Mr. Gibson said ago.rear'of This picture Chinese cola the $15,000 worth ""C ,
taken the
j if they waited for normal condi- the New Deal when he said that "This initial season, $30,000: should was In Car.roll's property bonds--all. It has to attovr

j Uons of the bond market to return government, like other conditions, be the Bradford growers' Income Fish Market Just north ol for Its trouble after four years oc 1

j It would be possible to sell has changed, and ridiculed the diehards seventeen cents a pint to from the new Industry. Actually, town on Road 13 when recant trying to put Mandel Scoby, former

1 four and one-half per cent bonds at FIFTEEN DRUNKS All- who talk about returning to nine cents a pint Is a big drop, but this Is largely a 'bonus' profit f I I rains had caused' water to cover Tampa ball bondsman, behind

a saving to the county of approximately ;- RESTED IN SATURDAY the government of Andrew Jack everyone connected with the strawberry money they otherwise would not the ground In several I low places, the bars for allegedly aiding Harry

I $12,000 annually. NIGHT CELEBRATING"Drunks son. "Everything rise has changed industry, growers and ship- be pocketingbecuuwe the Birds I Sitamore, International Jewel thief

No future date had been set yesterday -' ," Judge Adkins said "How can pers alike, are Used!. to fluctuating Eye Frosted Foods production offers to escape from the State Prison

I for the Board's next meet- to the right of them; we expect the same governmental markets and so'lhey were taking a new outlet for that part of SCHOOL PROJECT Farm in, the spring at 1933. ;

ing to consider this plan. drunks to the left of them; drunks methods to be successful today philosophically this week the lower the berry crop which formerly I Although administration\ build.. (

---4MAN all around them staggered and that were used with good effect inJackson's prices after almost an all-time could not be disposed of at a profit. Ings and most State Farm property I

KILLED stumbled," thus city law enforce- time?" high had been reached a few days It's just BO much 'gravy' and I Receives lies In Union County, one portion

I ment officers might have poetized Following the address, little before. mighty welcome, the growers tell does Jut Into Bradford, and ,I {

IN 'WRECK I'' Saturday night. But they were Miss Joan Carpenter entertainedthe Increased volume and poor quit-l us." I SET-BACK 'county officials hers are unanimously

( too busy for poetry. diners with several songs and Ity of fruit were given as reasons Mr. Gibson explained further. I grieved over the fact that ,t

TRUCK TURNS OVER ONE Three regular officers and a dances and there were also num- for tobogganing prices. Shippers "Quick freezing Is called 'science's I the Sltampre escape was manoeur- '

MILE'' NORTH OF special officer had their hands full bers by Mr. Sternberg and Mrs. H. especially were having to take It crop Insurance.: It guarantees the ered on this unlucky spot. It has ,

LAWTEY and at one time Saturday night C. Brown.H. on the chin as they reported losing growers a market, for virtually ev- PLANS MUST HE: SENT TO i| cost around $2,000 to conduct several 1

seventeen offenders, who had Imbibed around $3 a crate:. on berries placedIn erything they raise. A greater WASHINGTON FOR l trials. preliminary hearings ,
died C. Wall, vice-chairman of the i.
George T. Smith, white, too much "giggle water" New Yorklst l week. In some benefit, It was said lies In the fart APPROVAL !I etc. In an attempt to bring Scoby ,
[ Tuesday morning !In St. Vincent'shospital in the two cells. of Victory Dinner expressed thanks that 1 I' E'
In
I were swarming Instances bettthat.! brought quick-frozen foods retailed to justice. Hung juries were the '
this week to who had
of Injuries received Sun the city jail at Qne time. I II everyone of growers eighteen rents a pint sold the Northern communities stimulate The March 1 new "set-up nf the 'I only result\ and the stage was set
to do with the
In wreck mile north of anything success u ;
-day a one Works .
1 I Most-of the victims were pickedup the event. T. Frank Landrum was In New York for ten cents, It Is the sales of fresh products. | Progress Administration for the third trial but Scoby, who>> A

Lawtey. l around the carnival grounds, chairman of the committee that said. Frosted strawberries, for Instance, has given tho proponed elementary had been released. under a U ,OOQ F''
Smith was. driving a truck toward create such interest In I school building project for BraJ-. I
a popular
to Chief A. L. Alvarez
when attempting according sold ninety-five tickets at $1.73:: Approximately 4,800 crates have ford property bond put up by five residents g
Jacksonville, and, strawberries for the County n sotbnck.Offlcluls
who stated that If he had had two I and daily menu
each. Mrs. L. A. Davis was chairman been shipped from Starke of Hlllsborough and Pasco
to pass another automo- more men they could have roundedup of arrangements. W B. Alex Lawtey during the past week that the entire Florida crop Is sure I of the administration In I I Counties, evidently tired of hU ?'
bile evidently lost control of the about ten more drunjca. of $3.50 to be helped" Jnckxonvllle, state headquarters, role; In the drama
ander was county chairman for the' bringing an average price leading and fulled -
Into the
truck and went crashing '.. The first three or four who were sinner per crate. The total estimated return Now Markets For Florida Informed the Superintendent of to show up. Since then he has) Z f3 ti
ditch. Smith was thrown clear of "This' fact has been i .
demonstrated Public
Instruction. A. J. Griffin,
locked up elected themselves charter I to growers for the week was not been seen -at least by offlj !-
the truck but was still In its path I times,' Mr. Gibson said this
week that for the
many plans newbuilding
members of the "Saturday Newell Addresses $26,400.00. j cia!. of Bradford County.
and the truck finally landed; Rotary "We create new markets for the will have to be forwHrdud!
Club" and Initiated '
Night new Plant City reports Increasing | For commission of ten -
., squarely on top of the man break- Dean Wllmon Newell, head of I quality food raisers. In encouraging -I to Washington for approval by the percent
members, as they were brought in, volume with fifteen cars out Monday l of the amount collected, ;;
Ing practically every rib in his the Extension Division and College the American consumption i National office before active workI
with a generous strapping with It was also reported that I State's Attorney J C Adkins Is
R body and giving him other Injuries of of the of of Florida's strawberries, we stimulate I can begin. ;
Agriculture University I I
leather belts. Altogether, It was a I six cars were shipped out of LouisIana j i attempting to salvage what he can
r that proved fatal. Dr. M. B. Her- big night and nobody could have Florida, spoke to members of the last Saturday. an appetite for higher quality ;! Previously It was stated to local -'I for the county, and Judgments Q''
.long did as much as was humanly Club here Wednesday foods. Certainly no one would,
slept, even if there had been room Rotary at noon --.- --- officials that the school pro. have been obtained against L. R.
possible' for the Injured driver His talkon nay that the country Is today eat- I !I ; I
enough. was an Inspiring ject could be approved by the State Byrd, W. R. Crosby, J. B. Ramon,
and had him rushed to St. Vin G-MANSEEKS ing enough of the kind of deliciousberrl..s
Fifteen lawbreakers were hailed the subject of community serv | office In Jacksonville If curried on
j L. R. J. A. Stu.lHlill and W.
'cent's Hospital In Jacksonville in into city court Monday where they ice. Completing the entertainment CHECK FORGER that Bradford County pro- In separate unit, not exceeding: Byrd .
.111. Young, signers of two bonds tojtaling
the ambulance of DeWitt C. Jones were fined an aggregate of about program were two short motion duces. In fact, it Is likely that j $25,000: each Plans to this. end

Smith was thirty-three years old $100, besides several days on the picture films, one of highway safety HUNTING RICHARD RAINEY this year marks the beginning of a I had been actively carried out, and I I $10,000. Not successful has
he
been !in
and was a native of Covington, Ca.He | city streets, which some 'of them and one on the origin of lunch I FOR PASSING WORTH- widening; popularity for our native the local sponsors anticipated 1 early ,' getting judgment for
'the third $3.000 bond I
from which all Florida will bearing the
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received. clubs LESS VOUCHERSA crops\ I approval. In the new federal setup -
Is survived by his mother, I eon I )
I' profit. | signature of S. M, Miller, of Dude 4 '
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brothers. WPA
daughter, sister and two -=- for as of Uarch 1, however City.
GMan popular name spe- j
"It plainly means extra businessfor 1 It found .
was that

COMMITTEEMENTO- 1([ WHAT DO YOU THINK? 1 cial agents of Justice of Information,the was U.here S. Wednes-Department Rich-- new Florida.Industry It that eventually probably meansa will '||would Washington have, to after be State forwarded approval projects. to, {I who S, ,M. through Miller Is her an aged attorneys woman, Ip. i -

BE ELECTEDTHREE day seeking on irrlng: thousands of dollars Into the i regardless of their cost or nature. i Knight & Knight, claims the bandwee
ard believed to be the name
Rainey
state. We are grateful for the cooperation This, as the local superintendent i brought to her by a relative ifl
SELECTED of the man whir cashed about $50 I while she was sick In bed and that
TO BE shown on all sides by i 3'
IN BRADFORD Weekly QuestionOur special power price would enable worth of bad checks at various farmers and business men here." explained, will cause further delay. I she signed without reading, under

COUNTY question this week Is one many to have cooking stoves stores around town on December Plant Bering Retailed Plans for the new school build I the Impression that she was aidIng tit

that into minds whenwe which are used at times when 10. ing, which will include fifteen friend In need
popped our Engineers and food experts In a ---decidedly not
: Next Tuesday and' Wednesday, received our electric for the the power load Is lightest, namely The government agent said there Jacksonville today were getting a I rooms, two office spaces, a ..tora..ecompartment Msndvl Scoby, of whom she never
18-17 work sheet'signers morning noon and afternoon.The and a large audito-
March month of February. After Inquir- was no doubt that Rainey wouldbe large modern concrete plant ready heard before t
of the new 1937 Agricultural Conservation find that the power rate should{ be around rium estimate to seat 7SO. If approved {
ing around we City caught as the G-Men were on for the April operations. It.Is State's Attorney Adkins will advertise
In Bradford two to three cents per kilowatt. and built, was submitted! by
program Light and Power Plant practically his trail and that he had worked located at 2685 Roselle Street, and the property which he has
County will elect three committeemen supports the town and that the A canvass among many of the his bad check racket in Georgia, contains 10,000 square feet of floor superintendent, Mr. Grlfris. to judgments against 'during the

County Agent T; K. Mc- plant Is carrying nearly a capacity ladles who keep house in Starke Florida and Alabama. When space. State officials on January 7. It month of April and will offer It for

Clsne. 'jf., "yesterday said a meet- load and cannot furnishIe'1' much showed then? unanimously in favorof caught, Rainey will be chargedwith J. L. Harrell, of Lawtey, Is placing 000.called for an expenditure of $T&- sale on Rule Day In May, If no
wilt be held Tuesday! morningat lower rates.
trig more current without expensive Impersonating an army officer growers under contract to sup ... one offer tq buy/ It la for,' $10,000It
.0'cloc\l"'iIr"Brboker\ one MRS. A W. KEIXJIIAVK tells us -- ----- -
9. However there no ', On his visit to SUrke he late berries the
equipment. are ply for, plant. will go to Bradford i County.
conimlttee nan'VvjHl-\ selected for,, In "Yea, I think we should have made small ourchases at seven or ? Hoarder looses Cash I "
electrlo ,*toes In operation Opinions ttt...,** to just what
the Brooker,+Neit' River, Graham lower rates ,. About elgbt cents eight business places, offering cen.e'Ml'-up "J the 1
Starke and very little other heavy i. Settled Albert Kruse deeds to-tee' property will be
and.Claynb'seeU tis of the:Bounty. would be""fair, and T'am sure boarder of R. R.
from 'S to and
$ $10
current In checks varying worth
consuming apparatus to Bradford, I If and when
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'l 'To Stat e, worksheet would Confusion over eight or ten Prevatt, was relieved Monday of
i Wednesday people, begin using a great .
homes because of high electrical jigned "Warren i-O. Seymour, 1st. they, are obtained. As stated by I
signers 'WIMCgather to'elect deal more electrical apparatus. ." Georgia license tags on vehicles belonging $36 in cash and practically all the *
Lieut. CCC Co/ "
rates, thus depriving citizens of Commanding "Florid, Front Page bondsmen
two committeemen,the agent said), -. MRS. FRANK COlXKYi"Rates; to employees of the carnival clothes he possessed along with
many modern conveniences. He the and are'free under the present law to
149. change
who will serve the remaining part should be lowered to about nine pocketed that showed here last week was some valuable old coins The Pre.vatt' -
revolve went his leaving several sen, holdings ..put 'up, and then
statements
of Bradford. The following cent and I think everyoue would way fettled when the outfit obtained A and Kruse. were away from.home .
round "Do think stores here with worthless checlce.The there is the troublesome matter of
the question you for the day FrancisSalvage
that use more electrically operated $29 permit from the State Motor leaving
'The explained '
agent
county the wanted one or more abstracts and clear titles Although ;l
similar- to the City should lower present conveniences." agent Vehicle Department allowing themto a hired man, In chargeand
this committee will be how much T ,f the victims here to prefercharges' they would probably advla.al'aln.t .
electric rate? If so, to when
they returned It
to
.*.. which formed the recent MRS. N. T. IlITCII Is In favor of operate six days with their pre wa .
one I
for
usedIn counterfeit
to be settling 1.
a
Rainey
Conservation Committee, If lowered do you believe people lower rates at eight cents per against ent tags. 'The law does not allow find Salvage gone along with the ?
County
composed of W. S. Sibley.. B. F. would begin using enough modern kilowatt. "I know people"'would case he Is apprehended. anyone to work In Florida with valuables. Prevatt has not check. Chinese coin, some Informed
sources do believe that the
'Hazen and M. F. Brown. At least electrical apparatus to make up to begin using more electrically -- -- an out-of-stete license tag on his ed op entail of hill belongings yea county
,
would do
well to off Its
the city the amount It wculd lose operated articles, I have two One Cent Sale car. Not until E. B. Hyde, owner to see what Is miming. A warrant caj1 dog
one of these men will be retained, for the $3,000 that'll Is out of
by cheaper rates?" electric heaters I cannot use be- Beginning March 17 through of the show, and Bradford officers has been Issued and authorities are "" '.
the agent said, who now serves u pocket to date. *;
committeeman. C. M. NASWORTIIY. owner and cause of the prohibitive'price March 20, the Mitchell Drug Store made a trip to Tallahassee; and on the lookout for Salvage. .
county -r.----.rt+-
.- .....---- manager of the Tip Top Grocery here." will hold Its annual Rexall One Thos. W. Long, motor vehicle -- --.--- '
believes the rate should be .MKH. JOHN GLOW Is in favorof Cent Sale, It was announced this commissioner, made a visit to! Train Kills Fine JerseysThree County Agent III,

New, Store in ProspectJames cut. "We should have two rates lower rates at about nine week by Powell Carpenter, ownerof Stsrke, was the argument settled. I County Agent T. K. McClane,

L Hair and James F. HolUagsworth light rat. and a power rate; he cents "Yes people would' use the local establishment An advertisement The carnival was going Into Georgia {! the. herd valuable of L. C. Jersey Powell cows from kill- I Jr., ,I. confined to his home this

left Sunday for Atlanta stated. "Your house and placeof more electric things she said. listing many of the I: from here.Tibbetts. j j ed last \ were week suffering with a slight attack t
Friday by the Blos-
should two values. 'Is carried In this issue of -- --- + -- I Orange ,
Georgia, where they-will attend business have HISS! OLIVE KAY, when asked i of appendicitis. It wa stated
I "m Special on the Sraboard
the Western Auto Supply Com- meters, machinery on one and the question by our reporter. the Telegraph. i To Speak track just north of town. These I.I that Mr. McClane expected to return
pany's training school for two lights on the other. The light said: "We should have lower -.--- ---- Coo F. Tlbbrtu of "Camp-of- j I cows had evidently wandered away i i to his duties within the next:

weeks On their return they will rate should be about nine and electric rates about one-fourth Association To MeetThe I the-Palms," who has just returned from home In their ,search for j I II few days. I

open a.Western Auto Store in Lake one-half cents per kilowatt cheaper, and then the people Bradford County Cattle- from a world tour will speak In I grass They were considered among j ------ --

City under the management of Mr. hour and the power rate oughtto would use additional electrical men's 'Association will meet at the I I the Presbyterian Church next Sun the finest stock In this section. Meetings flegin Sunday 4 ,

Hair A francblse has been ap- be three cents per kilowatt I equipment that would more than court: 'hou.e tomorrow (Saturday) ;: day, March 14, at 11 o'clock a. mIlls I A pre-Easter revival will begin
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Bradford hour." make up the amount lost by at 2 o'clock m. to discuss subject will be "The Gospel I
proved by the company on p. any j I : at the local Methodist Church
'County and plans are being D. P. CARPENTER!: owner and cheaper: prices. I know per.on'l I adverse legislation that may come |I I Around the World. Mr. Tlbbetts Marriages Sunday morning, and every member -

made: to open a store at Starke manager of Mitchell's DrugStore who have moved here and complained up when the state legislature j I I will be accompanied; by his musicians | Edward Geer and Eva I Is urged to be present at f.l''

within the next few months. 11 r.Hollingawortht la also In favor of and advocates of the excessive: high I meets Senator Charley E. Johns !' who will render several special I both of Stnrke, were Duncan'l opening service Sunday night;; the

will be the managerof a cheap power rate, and rate as compared with other ,, said. All cattlemen and others interested ,i I selections, vocal and Instru I urday, March 6, by I young people will have ch i ig< o(;
the store here. lower light rate. "Having a places." are urged to attend. mental. All welcome. I:. K. Perryman. the service







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.%PH. STARKE FLORIDA _. _" ... .- .._.- FRIDAY Df IRf7! It
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- HAMPTON RAiD IS FATAL Commissioners Hold I FLORIDA GREATEST STATE IN UNION, TINE STCMPS dltlon In a hospn.

I TELEGRAPHJack : Florida now is cashing In on an ties heards repo
., WHITE SPRINGS Huzeklah MeetingThe JACK LLOYD TELLS
... Regular
HI.. a4. t rInU. t rrtq I I asset that has been regarded as a schools girls being
marshal,
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PAG15 I'' Williams, 2 >, night city
c--- The Rex B M Montgomery of and Sam Everett, negro farmer. Lloyd sixty-eight, year the scene of the greatest building liability since early days. Old man whose descup! I''.
I v Starke pre chf'd at the Methodist were shot and Instantly killed early Board of County Commissioners old globetrotting reporter, soldierof activity ever known for a city Its stumps have been In the way of stances was eimih, '

L' I '! Church last Sunday evening Sunday when Williams attemptedto of Bradford County, Flor- fortune, adventurer, and veteranof size, and several! weeks ago when logging operations if In the open closed that two m, > '

The Junior high school will close arrest a number of negroes for ida, met in regular session March wars and revolutions, paid his he was there there were more than woods and a handicap to cultiva- been questioned ,c,

, { i here next Friday. The commence alleged gambling !In an abandoned 1, 1937. In the County Commissioner annual visit to the editorial offices 500 building Jobs underway, tion If In the fields. Now our people cate the attacker i iJ, '

I fi i iJ ment exercises will be held at the shack near here. Three of the negroes Room In the County Court of the Telegraph Thursday mornIng The central section of the state are finding ways to turn them been able to clew. i iHelpbrlnger. h

school auditorium March 12 at 8 have been caught and lodgedin House with the following membeispresent According to Jack's scrap has seen the cattle Industry grow into cash ..

} p. m. Everyone Is 'Invited the Jasper Jail, other escaped J M. Rosier: L. L, ,Mallory Conner,Thomas Chairman., H book he has traveled In forty-three from a "baby"" to a mighty Indus- A three million dollar Industryhas Holt

J : a Mrs Avle Turner and Mrs Mr Williams Is survived by his states of the country In the past try In the past few years and Jack grown up around the old dead -all live on thei.. ,

it Josephine Sullivan were business widow his parents and a sister, V. Saxon, and T. D Dyal. year, and has also visited in Mexico was more than surprised to see pine stumps.. Ensley, Ala. a

L"j visitors to Starke this week.M. Mrs Winston Bird of Jasper The Board was called to order by and Canada. the herds! of pure bred cattle all Fourteen products are made

j l L. Watterson and family, andMrs. ____. the Chairman and the minutes of Leaving New York City Armis- through the famous range country from the old stumps, according to TRAIN &CIiloi 1.1';

,, ',; O. O Pearce were the guests \\0'1'\ .'.\\'KOI.I. FRAI I.I> the last regular meeting of Febru- tice Day Jack headed for the and from the best of figures he tells B. F. Williamson of Gainesville Our schedule chant .
Ii of Mrs.,. Watterson's uncle Mr,. Be- ary 1, and called meetings of Feb. "Sunshine State" and has been us that there are about 4000.000head chairman of the Florida branch of 10, and trains will '''t1n

deobaugh: of Alachua last Sunday. MIAMI John P. Sheehan 40, 9 and :24, were read and adopted. within the bounds of Florida since of cattle In the state today, the American chemical society. SouthboundNo. rm Mir

.' Mrs. W. P. Blrt left last Monday was arrested on a federal Indictment McKinley Davis of Lawtey, applied December 1, and he tells you thatit with the chief cattle towns of Arcadia Florida chemists have carried on I II I 1-Due Stark ,

I 'fiii for Gainesville, where she will be charging falsification of a for pauper allowance and was Is the greatest state in the country Sebring, Fort Myers, Klsslmmee the work of developing the former No. 13-Due Stark... P

!,' 1'L' the guest of her daughter, :Mrs, Ira WPA payroll, also naming Karl allowed $3 per month Annie Mur- today, taking In consideration and Bartow all reportinga waste stumps Into assets. 'I No. 107-Due Stark i8 p

Brawn Squires, Miami civil engineer, and ry of Starke was allowed $2.SO per the population and general activities very nice business from this In- Here are the products made No. 191- Due Starki d 1

:I Mrs Clara Stone left last Satur- his son, William. Squires, superintendent month, Mrs Seleta Coleman was Giving a set up of the gen dustry alone. from Florida stumps: distilled NorthboundNo. sa P
BETTS If: In 1933 of a now discontinued raised to $3 per month, and :Mrs eral activities of the state today wood
day for Miami where the will Over at Mulberry and Its vicinity turpentine, camphor crystalla 2-Due Starki ,
n! *1 1f P upend the summer with her brother arthaeloglcal project, is accus- Ethel Johnson of New River was Lloyd tells you that from PensA- Jack tells you that the phosphate pine oil, dlspentene, gloss oil, No. 16-Due Stark ;,

!f f 1"" C. L. Kalch ed of attesting to the correctness allowed $3 for one month until an cola to Tallahitsye things are really mines are all working at full fenchone, anethol, wood rosin, No. 108-Due Stark, l,

What j:;' 1 The Rev A. J. Turner, of Stet- of a payroll which carried his son Investigation can be made of her "humming" and that the great- capacity and that means that all three kinds of Kraft rosin size, pl- StarUe andanu, grams L.

; ]+pt son University, will preach at the for $5() Instead of $85 and Sheehanfor case est activity In Northwest Florida the camps are enjoying prosperity.The nene wallboard Insulating board, No 101 Leaves Stan nSo. ,
[Ing or i; II' 37.50 instead of $18 The The name of Aaron Rivers of Is along the coast from Panama and Industries
I .' i Baptist Church next Sunday, fishing crab tar and charcoal. You may not 10-1: Arrives S: ?
anyway ; morning( and evening Squires are at liberty under bond Graham was stricken from the City to Carrabelle. The additionsto together with the canning of sea I I recognize some of these productsbut I Duilv, : except Sun.

There Pauper Roll as his wife Is now be- the plants at Panama City, the foods, all are working! good time, we have the word of the chem- T I ,.R.)>'!>t:>
: ing pensioned by the Old Age As- many new oil terminals that have said Jack, and the citrus plants' es- ists that they find a market.
making sistance Pension. been built there, and several more around the Haines
The prl/ ".'i' i Burial expenses for Robert Ma- buildings, and Old Port St Joe, one section pecially nice City This l is Just' one of the ways !In
are having a very sea 1
[ InS and thews, a pauper, was approved in of Floi'Ida's greatest land marks son which science ia helping Industry

I producelbte / the amount of $7.10. Is staging a real come back, for the to turn old wastes Into valuable
fofejy f The tourist season that we have products. As we continue to take
DuPonts have decided to really develop -
to Cl : Complaint was again made to today Is the best ever known advantage of scientific dlscoverle' :
Help Thorn On...
( that famous with the
r < the Board that the State Farm of- place a BI..
l means IK 'i r. ""wsaft acfcuniiii failed paper mill, pulp plant and It Is throughout the state, and the great and to seek new ways to utilize on of Harmful Body ante
Iclals had to
i more col. I Is as yet openi thing of it is, no one Is getting all and waste Y-nr UdMnVMM .... ........lIp .
said that there be resources products we
will several other
gate or construct a cattle guardon .....fro. '''.blood st.l
s better *. the road near the Redding slants erected before the programIs the "grapes," people are "takingin" I raise the standard living, mike ktdanrmotlm.I..I. ta.r.wty
t end me.to It ; complete.Over the whole state with their trail- new Jobs for our people and contribute ..ot Mt N.C.r. l.o I.r ad.d--44 ...
M I.partu.0" _
mak : Bridge as requested by the residents I at Fernandina new life has ers, and every little town Is gettingmore I I to the general prosperity. ......... tan y.W. U.pwt IIoe.........
f more e: k R'Chr l Itb1 bler altar. 4 r'a ..,w bw' In that section and by the ....1' ._
et tourist business than they There other '
taken
I' Board at the February meeting.The I place, for operations of the are many sources o; spa-.t:: : s oonla b.mYa.
Toottha n J construction of a new pulp plant have ever had in the past The Income lying Idle and waiting tl ppra/ms. 'ao.44'. .. atla.k..1. dry
a Board took further action ....
qty w..fhfN no .
ma> : t{>' r' ) qly ur M ar tlelea ,aj..h y_ DNe, started there several days ago, and greatest crowds ever know are In be discovered. The future will bring ..M tan er: 'MiIa a ., _...
,uit No11y'M f.4sr further In ...
llttl .fM alefel pending developments -+t.fr s.d eI sad
too p.0
\ II the matter, will mean many men to be employ. the state today, and Miami, Palm us greater advances! In the use' o Otaw.le.s., .....r w Wo4.-A.f.,
:
to the t.: j ed Beach, Fort Myers Sarasota and that about, us.Tal -
y "' In this old Florida town resources are .. ...l.itl.as ls' -p. r
fculturefmany j .Sr> w $ Eagt@r Dr. W. B. Parks having been appointed and the rest of the towns known to lahassee Democrat. 1r.s'r'awrY..Id b..de.M' I"
( eCrconcluaI;: :t ..- CfO The County Physician by the Tampa vicinity are seeing the "Four Hundred" are "doing _ra.t Ie wl.w ,.... -..-pr.na IIa
--
L fabricating plants erected, canning D-. tins Donn'. ..... ..... ...
1 Board at and he wW .
$50.00 per year their stuff." GUARDS PROTECT GIRLS .. herd. foe __ U_. Iwt, t
plants, tin factories ?
farm t\ + {t s P .$Cde0? C beta refusing to accept the appointment can and TIwF>-.. _-.s. _..q...
farm oiquantltj 1 Chatta000 : 55 branches of many others being When the winter crowd breaks MIAMI Speclil police guard A,rr..3.d b y timtohJ jx.....
it that
the matter
,, ; Ashevtlla .L45 ,_ 13.301t salary was elected, Tarpon Springs has Just -and head north, then, this section I 'ere set up at Miami schools ti .win 4.5. err.w.bsw1
II' Cleveland again considered. Dr. Parks
applied -
,' We can! 70SJ3TflIaJari for the position at $100.00 a completed a new sponge warehouseand will get another good play I protect young girls from recurrence

tory wh|,;, UNION Indlanapolia _J25 year, Dr. W. E. Middleton< appliedfor auction house, the Lake Okee- lays Jack, for it seems that the of recent criminal assaults/ DOANSPILlilFAVORITE'
-1i tl US chobee section Is really lively said people down here this year wantto A seven-year-old girl who was at I
profltatTberc ST'ATIOY
'< G. 1 Iteualey, Agent same at $10.00 per month
; Jack, all the way from Moore Haven learn all they can about FlorIda -
1t. whereupon Dr. Parks was duly
( volved fi elected at $100.00 per year. I to Okeechobee everything Is on
> culturetro1 the go Belle Glade, Clewiston, Starke is going ahead, said the
The Board decided to continue
(
of j Canal Point, Pahokee, new ware veteran and he was more than
participation In the Old< Ag Assistance J
Such as houses, new business houses, and surprised to see the activity down
{ In cooperation %lth the State
sect peP'ER' Jlt the program has just commenced tt the strawberry platform Wednesday
loard< of Social Welfare for the
I Miami Beach said the veteran IsIl' night and Thursday
Quarter beginning April 1, and< I

nding tune :30.ME'II.INI'Ai.: I It

4. r.M ._ OOUU\'E, ('(]TIES
-- I
; ('OT1'OX PICKER JUST A WORD The beautiful girl era Is definite.

'. Il' 11 11I ly on Its WilY out and the gill who (
Com
demonstration of the Rust TO THE FARMERBy can do things. even though she

i. cotton. picker several months ago I miy have an ugly face, large bony I

i .ecelved nation-wide attention. hands, and crooked legs, Is coming

jlnce then there have been tests of I I LACY SIMMONS nto her own at last. At least thats

several other mechanical pickers, Routt'2' boa 8 what Cecil Beaton, the famous
including one on which it is said I English artist, who painted Wallie

Wake' up, wake up farming boy Simpson Just before her flight from 4

You must be I London, says about It.
+ sleep, hear no noise
1 Sounding the doom of the "dead '
The I I'I
1f dogfennels growing and you in
pan beauty" and the "curlilocks
t e Lywwtr7: the bed: cuties," who, he claims, have been I YOU WILL a t t4A

d And the broomsage almost high as our feminine Ideals in recent years,

r your head. Mr: Beaton insists, "The fa clntlt-

Ing woman of today tries harderto

u Then you say you started up the avoid being beautiful than she >cR H0nMCCALL'S;

street, ever before tried to be pretty. R4 No

1 1'i To ask those' people about this "It is a real handicap nowadays Story PICtojal S T7ER1 ppES E!

relief, to have classical' features" he continues a"I

Man, you go home and plough up "If Lily Langtry were livIng FAQ

I. 'i ground: today she would Just have too I
letween Sin something about that ii
I : And put some corn and peanuts deadly
t down.Thenbuy. regularity of her features, or she
1
would< be Ignored in any gather- 1 Yr. Q A. lys t:

Ing of attractive 9oF Yr. 4 crrrodur J,,,,,
,
,
I some pigs and grow people A11ptw} Man A I Yr,
f some A very large mouth, high cheekbones a gdtw amHm1d -------6 MN 1 Nrnlry Neaf Rerle Yr
( hogs __
a
-de ___ ,
I __ Yr. 0 i\,\
unashamed 1
i Chop up the sprigs, just raise a laugh wrinkles'nd 0 tnrtstu4rowu ----r- Yr tj JO,5)y
FI 1 / '
fog, a blunt or turned< up nose are d Mdall t MtOUtn r--_ Ya t7 S : -., 1 r'Vr.J\
marks of modern beauty, Beaton a Futon ""c'' --
Let people see what you are doing, yottan YA. >
r z And some good man will keep you declares' But most Important ofill a p pota t--l i&SSsfszr lr> I IIf
going. h4! claims, are slightly puffy Q M"111. 6Yyrpb ( ) ,. ]

eyes that show amusement, Things' y / Vpfe&aS -
4 4i 4r Q ystnt aiMa jwublrl
Yr,
Le 's raise some hogs, tho' hogs Is that the 1937 swain will look for in F&IN ___ 1.Yr 9 ,i
pw
i I| cheap the woman he loves, according to Q Fltlarial xM --_ ..-1 YM1 / y,

| But a farmer shouldn't have to Mr. Beaton are: [1 yalf aMkunwht 'i". 0 Ahd, blandrarllw/ ---- -I Yf. r

| buy his. meat Strong, bony hands, woikmnn Q Woman' Wbry ed J0MM-i'y, f fd

l That aln t no bluff, but go you like not useless, without red polIsh Ft u B__ __|liiii in. _,-** *>.
: route: l ; perfect skin, unfailing vital

It's pretty bad stuff when your ity; no artificiality such as dyed

bacon Is out. hair, plucked eyebrows, excessive p

paint; perfect grooming, neatness
Early In the morning get out of lnd tldjness, which includes well- ( OFFER HO. 1 orrra wo. S
d ., All *...
that bed brushed, sleek hair This rtowipopo.ITr.l 'M Oal"' Thli Nsw.P.p.rr I Tr,I ter AU lour

And your get that head.Don't .foolishness out of Men woman will carries bo Interested herself In when the waya she 6 M.fro...Group B }|$2 e 10 3 M...._... _mIraiGroup E }$2.oAnly 40OFFEH

ley round the room there walks, Beaton asserts The "Ed-

chatting with your wife: wardian stance" reminiscent of NO. :2 OFFEm KO. 4
!3he'll be right there when you Queen Alexandra Maxine Elliot This N.w.papr, I Yr.i All Four TUi Mowipapr l Yr.-\ All air
I come ( I I roe o-ir - I ySS On+r
tonight. and the Gibson 2 A 2
girls'! straight back, front Group from Group A >-
i 'road shoulders and high-held chin M.e..l.. B [$2-25 3 )(Goads.. "f i d 2.50
3o feed your horse so you can hookto in contrast to the wind-blown 1 from Group from Group D J

the plough Jroop of the fashlonplate of the
And these conditions will learn
you last few
years will be the beauty

how Ideal.-Sanford Herald. :tor Z2.00 Modora MMhomte 4 Ian.M 11))
To raise some stuff and fill your Aoiorieoa Fruit Grow_ ..71 3 MotlM PI_. .. *
barn, ---. --a If....... S.At Opo Mood Ter !>OT>. S m-- ".2
Bonor Hoo.. oad a- Lee Opportumlrr Ma'nU <::
:Oont carry no bluff because the BETHEL Brooder's 0..... .70 .......- MaUi ___-___ }'JJ
fight Is on. :\In. Ralph Gainey, CorrespoudeatMiss "CoyporFont** ..71 nair (..._U'T. ). ''K
Child UoAourlen VhraMvl Cvlta __ ______ inCbAYN.r.l
THE 60-horsepower Ford V-8 engine Best of all, the Ford 60" is f:A:O rkotopJor ,- I U
: just as Lets work Eliza Harrell CoUlor-i WooUrCountry 1.50"-.rUw *<*
of
right on and Lake
win
< the City
f was. first developed for here ...., I T*.- I.l$ foimlo- *"
''I Europe, big and roomy-just as handsome, prize. Is visiting her sister, Mrs, Ralph D.Ea.cM 1.11: P.p.l.r : :----d.tr- 1.11!
P fuel And open other people's Gainey Dido romttrr lourooL. ____ ..71 .. x..... ItMh-hMl.)._ ::!:
k
cots: are high Two years' usage sturdy and safe-as the famous 85- eyes For* ......... S yn ...0 ...-.. M.._
Set In your mind to stir the ground Mrs Cynthia Lee of Bethel was n.... oa4 1- LU a....-. of a.-Mwa. .. I...

t there proved its unusual economy. horsepower Ford V.8. And it sells at And try to law some money down.i visiting' her daughter, Mrs, W. L. Homo Flowor A0.Orowor-No.Il..aa /.....0' S Oa..Im4..M. Play -- I'M LN:

When die "60" came to this the lowe Sllcox last week-end. | Honoo oxd Owes .... .u... I country Ford! price in years. million dollars has been spent. O. W Lee of Plant City was visIting omookoia MoojozlMItkorrr 1., Aflold -.a'.

j this year, the! Ford Motor Company If The result of these experiments Is friends and relatives of this WookJr____ Lao .Sm.nilul,... ra.l.e. Lu
you want a big car for a small it the utmost lltorarr V.OM 4... stay ..-.. ,
Importance to LNtt.1
[ every- section last week. tUColli MafcaUo Lae w..a'a World __
.I '" made .no mileage d.lims-waitc,1 for budget-a car you can drive with pride me In th, South, from the wealthiest Mrs R, L. Lee and children were

; ; facts written American ; business man to the humblest visiting In Theressa last
roads Sunday.
on and
"
by profit- the
l
'II. H see thrifty 60"800n_! negro field hand. The Rev, L. A. Donnelly of Clay
tray Pre
.
t. j, American drher; In this! connection The Progressive "ounty was visiting Cat cluuioii

: .t : Now Ford 60"owners Farmer reports that the U. S. and family Sunday afternoon Gentlement I
are reporting naverages Department
of .
Agriculture In co Mrs Pierce
operation with Crews of Ralford / i I enclose ,_'or which please send me I
of
22 27 mile spinners is
4 to on a'g.illon: now conducting was visiting her mother Mrs.
the magazines I have with S
checked together
: extensive
: J of tests to determine Cmma Rivers, of Starke Saturday I
gasoline. That
makes it the mosteconomical : the grade and spinning qualities Mrs, Wilber WllUrd: of Jacksonville year's subscription to your newspaper I

ij; ; Fold car; ever Luilt! of machine-gathered cotton. was visiting her mother, Mrs II I

'Mechanical harvesting of cotton Emma Rivers last week.R Named _
/H will not be I
practicable unless (1) +--
; T leas trash Is gathered by the pick. 1. Downing 60, of Enid Street or R. F. D II

er or ((2)) satisfactory means are Okla., has discarded his spectacle. I
tl
-- .,.,... .. found to remove the Town. and State
"""""' ... 7 .., ___ trash either at and Is cutting his! third set -
f '"''' ;'' __. of.. J
the gin or at the mill'ISHf j I teeth.
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EDITORIAL K, 'TTOR-IN-CH1EP STAFF- -- Win Bradford Places Students in B. E. -SCHOOL DAYS By, DWIG-

' W. : SI
FUGATE
VIRGINIA L ELEMENTARY ECHO ]

LITERARY EDITOR B. H. S. Teacher I. artaRY ORE( )Cnett t hNll.c .

ilARTILE, HEMINGWAY Instructor In 4 FruloH FouSorl Rtcwllks doa t, ,
Content NAJ4.sT :SIXTH 1UAIR NEWS dug by men. There were fat black-
SOCIETY EDITOR 4. ( t% % VO OJU 4'( GJAWO LNGUSM
SNUTa and-white In the meadows.
I cows
roll of servicein
We have an honor
DRIED KIULINGSWORTH I Students and teachers' everywhere 1T .ettltM MY tO g $fi6NJN BJl'Fl STlGNJM. y each sixth grade. We- must do 'I' We saw a windmill with Its big

EXCHANGE EDITOR are welcoming the B. E. W. ,',47 $oRE. : ti ae tT td'(0.TLE. 605th 1.0 GJE some service for the room beforewe arms and sails. Klrt said the windmills -

MARGIE :MCMILLAN Bookkeeping contests. All through ; :'r p plLltpN OG tAQsYG3 ran get our names on this Hon I do different kinds of work

SPECIAL REPORTER December and January an avalanche YtJ KN uo ft.ouLD. R4 TAAt: or noil. I I Some grind grain and others pump t

: of envelopes and packages, YoJ eoVLO f1osT, uP TOT. We have subscribed to the weekly water.
LOIS JUDD rte'
entries In the second contest, pour .!. eacoN le tT weHT i t6fT iV I paper called "My Weekly Read Then we went back to Klrt'a

ed In. From 150 solutions for roe You0.'FCer.Ff'1 er." Those contain news, science house. His mother was watering

)GUTS FOR' THE WEEK problem No. 1, in November, the 'articles, jokes, and descriptions of tulips. Kirt's father makes a living

number jumped to well over 700 ( t-0T: :: d foreign countries.. use these papers by growing and Belling bulbs.

pui things a man must learnto for problem No. 2, from 39 states C. I In our reading clauses After dinner we got in his boat

do and several provinces of Canada. Gloria Buford, Reporter I, und went to the town to sell the

[ he would make his record This was a very welcome ava ( flowers. We saw a woman milkinga

i true: lanche. J. H. Benson was an In- FOI'KTII <1KU)K NEWS cow. Klrt s father said that I

think without confusion structor in the contest. Jessie M. Miss Edwards: TeacherWe moat of the people make a living

clearly; I Brannen won Superior merit for I have been studying about the by dairy farming.I .

love his fellow-men sincerely; Bradford High School and Ethel Netherlands. We have a Holland had a nice trip In Holland.

i act from honest motives purely Taylor won honorable mention for I
tulip bulb which bloomed in the Bernard Jordan.A
Florida, Bradford High School. II room ,
In God and Heaven
trust
se- '
here me some things which we > lit To Holland !
I
curely. SocietyAlbert ; learned during our study. Did you One day I went to Holland T

i know that-- went to see Kit and Kat. I went
1' I
WE'UE :NOT $O DUMB Kruse was In Gainesvilleover I t'n The game uf golf began In Holland II with'Kit and Kat to the market t

|'e are living in one of the most the week-end. .R ,M t I } ? garden. I saw turnips, cabbages,
liable spots in the United Marie Tison was In Waldo over I s Traveling Holland Is... cheaperthan and some other vegetables. Whenwe

1 the weekend.Dot I most anywhere In the world'T/ were going back home tat:
tee.!!! More and more Names are I
Dining associated with Florida. Bishop was in Jacksonville I i 1l Holland operates the longest air lout one of her shoes In the canal.
Saturday. line In the world/ It went floating like a little ship.
Starting with the late Arthur
' Lillian Moseley was in Gaines- I There are seven universities in We went on homo with Kat carrying -
bane, who bough hundreds of \l I
ville over the week-end i \ Holland 1 ? her other shoe in her hand. ,
ra of land in the State, we may I
Lillian Stump was in Gainesvilleover The area' of Holland Is less than I Eva TOIl teed to Rex Beach who owns a
,. ..
the week-end. I one-twentieth' of (he area of Tex -
K\ deal of very choice farming I
Hazel Moore as? MKS. WAINVtltUHIPH ROOM
spent the weekendIn
dairy land. Henry Ford, we i
OKTM IIAI.K ItOI.LAIt 1'KI/K
Jacksonville. Holland's capital \I. Amsterdam
frady know about. His home is I
Miriam Guy and Doshia Smith and not The the
'ort Myers; he owns heavily in Hague though
frida.fontaine, I spent Friday and Saturday in Queen lives In The Hague? The sixth grade room, taught by

Jacksonville. I Holland In the third largest ship Mrs. Wainwright, won the prize of
Fox, whose funnies II
your i Katie and Virginia Fugate spent I II building country of the world? fifty cents for having the most pu
or not read, the Tooner-
y may ( I spent the week-end In Jacksonville. I pile go to "The Kink In Klzzy'a '

f e i Trolley) recently Wedding" last/ Monday, March I, ti
-
We made imaginary trips to the
{foot lot Beach
on Delray where I I
1 winter home Is NOTICE I Netherlands. Here are some of They are going to use the money

Juniota l have changed the date of the stories written about our trip: I to buy new books for their library.
nd better than that, in Clear I
Richard Jackson,
it few weeks the Junior-Senior party. The party I .\ M.ltllh lilit A IJtUe. Boy
ter, Sheriff
a
ago. ,: is postponed until April 2.11IIAT Of llolluiKl. ,S Reporter. r
nnlngham couldn't find .-
|clatlons for a six-man accom.l I Karly In the morning I heard a .
I! SECOND aitADK NEWS
WOl"LD HAPPEN IF: Radio Station HeadAddresses Juniors Look ForwardTo Mrs. Wall Attends
noiRe und Klrt out
he movie stars too but saw tumbling Jim Frank Jordan/ hall completedtha
come ,
", the most scintillating ones i The Carnival came back to town. Chapel Own "Seniorhood" Music ConferenceThe of bed. Such a bed it was) It was Dutch Sand Table In our room j C (

Gary Cooper and Fredrlc We didn't get to sponsor a show more like a cupboard In the wall 'and we think it IM beautiful. 1

Irch go right on through to Hal1 once in a while. I The students of B. H. S. were I !Shall/ Be CiLuI Southern Conference for than a bed.I We helped him make the boys

1 where people insist there are Some of the girls hadn't servedat honored by the presence of Major \\hen I AmA Music Education was held in Columbia was! told not to put my shoos! and girls that went on It.

ply spots -From Stetson.BIOGRAPHY the victory dinner.. Powell, technical head of WRUF, Senior South Carolina. Mra. Wall, on In the house!! as Klrt's motherwas We are learning about childrenuf fu

--. Gainesville, Guy Hamilton, well- My senior will be the happiest the music teacher of B. H S., accompanied very particular about her other lands
THINGS WE COfLDNT DO year
OF known radio singer, and Miss Virginia > year In my life. It Is then Miss Ciena CarBon, clean floor We went In to break- Marjorie Gay from Miami came
U ITHOt'T
.MARGIE MCMILLAN : Burnham, of Gainesville.We that we are the most Important of Music supervisor of p I K. Younge faRt. Then Into the yard. Aa I into our room today, we are very

were delightfully entertained all students. We have School to this conference.The went out I saw, Klrt stop long glad to have her. 1
bout two years after the greatan Basketball Boys many privileges -
by several songs by Mr. Ham- enough to put on his wooden shoes -------:+
conference lasted four
event happened, not so Recess which are not granted to the days,
ilton and piano selections by Miss that were hanging on a bush. Bull111 "HAVES! LIFK
atly recognized as the world Study HallEveryone lower grades. At assembly we are and It was a very Interesting und a
We walked on the dike that
'f, but event Burnham Following this Major the first to march out. We will worthwhile meeting The trip and
quite an neverthe- smiling\ Zarate ( i''
were made of brick and cement.Then TAMPAGeorge ownerof
j Powell talked the real business
on be in of the school meeting was reported to be
This happening was the birth Winifred smiling charge editing very Ybor cafe
I of radio, as the performers and we walked through the mea an City was leaningover
Margie McMillan\ on Tuesday, Smitty laughing paper. and will be given the most enjoyable.
to his
It. His talk educational dow. that were fenced by canals! open automobile door if,
was -
operators see
ber 19, 1920 in Starke, FlOrlda'1 I Katie giggling. I Important offices' In all clubs. During -.-- when a shotgun charge shattered

lived in Starke for I i Doshia and Beatrice in Home taining. as well as very enter- the year we will select our Spoken English Class mentary Procedure. Once a week, the windshield and he escaped in "

r, the cause of the immediate I i i ive I Science. rings and Invitations. Near the the class Is turned over to a certain jury. It was the second time with l
unknown. it must have been The juniors. At the request of the school Mr. close of our Senior year we will Organizes New ClubThe member of the clans and a formal in four months unidentified assailants

gypsy in her and her family. "A's" Hamilton" re-sang "The Big Bass have our senior play and with the parliamentary meeting Is held. We have fired at Zarate, who told
Viol, a which we enjoyed
Margie moved to AsheVille, N. History IV. popular much.song money from that will leave some- Spoken English class has find these very helpful In club and police he knew of no motive for the
I and tried to start to school at .* very thing to the school to remember formed school '
a Spoken English Club in meetings for keeping order attacks lie was slightly wounded + ,
age of five. Her brother told Carnival.ANYBODY'S our class by. Then of course we'll I which they are studying Parlla- and quiet In the meeting. on previous occasions. 1))p
I'D BE HAPPY
IF
\ ,e teacher how old she was, ret BUSINESS : have kid day, the day that we forget 4 ps

: the teacher would not let her: I were happy-says Robert Jack- ; our dignity and go back to .
Katie and Virginia F went to
the to school and she went homeiiying Jacksonville this week-end. I hear son.A our childhood days: About that
model T didn't cost so much- time I the juniors will entertain us What Do You Need
The first school Margie they were entertained by Bolles.What's ,
I N. T. Ritch !tnd"won't: It be grand! not to have
ttended was named Haw- the
one matter Starke boys?
I could go to Brooker now and that responsibility, -s..._,
reek. She attended there until Bolles has stolen a march on you.
then-Billy Long.I Last but not least in fact the bi 41 ,
e was In the fourth grade and Willis stepped out with a certain ,

en was transferred to Claxtonhoot. sophomore girl from Brooker Frances could Peek.make up my mind- most Important of all is the bac In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery? i E( R
She attended two calaureate sermon and graduation
Sunday. Watch Willis!
lie gypsy showed up again years.at I I Why did some of your the step seniors look Well you guess-Oleta Smith. night. We'll all be sorry to leave (Don't tell us you don't need ANYTHING !) a 1''t

elve, when Margie and family so sleepy this week. The carnival Virginia Fugate would learn to school but the many gifts we receive -
ved I write so someone could read it.- will help us to bear it. 1
back
to Florida. [ had some regular attendants. We
The school she has attended from' understand and lessons seemed -- We will then step out into the LETTER HEADS RunnER STAMPS AM PADS 4 $ t

eighth grade has been Bradford pretty hard to get to. GUESS WHO world on our own leaving behind us e i

gh and she has been one of the Doshia, Arlford, Miriam and I (Fill in the Blanks) I II many pleasant memories. I For business purposes and social usage. You find new uses every day for rubber

standing pupils here. Billy are a regular foursome. They I A young man in the Junior class, : -The Juniors. Special attention given to work in two or stamps and the time you save will goon

tier likes are swimming and at- seem to like each other's company. We'll talk about today.. more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also bent quality inking 14 a ,

ding parties. Her dislikes are _- m__ He works and rides a Model T South American work of art-get away from the scratch pads. u

peeked people. i I BIOGRAPHY OF II To pass the time away pad variety.

She has not completely made up i i AUDNEY POLK He's never reckless in his car, Pictures ShownThe t
He's never used the ditch
mind
what vocation she wishes On a bright summer day In June school has received In- ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS
Please tell me, what is this boy's many r
|choose, but her chief ambition
the birds seemed to be
singingmore I entertainments and ENVELOPESSure
I teresting one
to be a stenographer in a large beautiful, the skies seemed name of the most Interesting and benefIcial Of course you knew we carried type }
Whatever she chooses ---- ---- ---- -- -- ----
is sure bluer and the flowers tried to outdo was the pictures!!! of South you can buy them already !stamped writer ribbons, but what about the adding a

.be a success themselves or so it seemed to Mrs. ,I \VE-WONUKIC HERE: Amercla presented by Mr Roth, from the Government, but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa-

largie has taken part on many Polk because a blue-eyed baby girl Tuesday afternoon in the high about as ,much personality' and individuality per rolls upon which you add up to see
hool programs and she had one was born to her The memorable J Frances Lee was Sunday night. how much have if
school auditorium. as another striped, suit at the State money you'd everyone
.ay.the leading parts in the senior date was June 21, 1919 In Brook. I weekend.The Lillian.Is going to spend the These pictures were scenes tak- Prison Farm. I paid the bills you send them and you did- s I In't

I er, Florida. Her mother had always I
have to the send
+- basketball boys beats Cres en from different sections of South pay ones they you.
I loved the name Audney so K
:" Now For A Smile I i she bestowed it on this tiny bit of I cent City, Friday night America.Mr. .

humanity. I II Roth had with him a live STATEMENTSSome

I II Boys Win First GameIn Eskimo dog, a rattlesnake, an ostrich SECOND SHEETS !
'tfrs, Carpenter"Lot was warn- I I Audney grew quickly and was c
(' egg and an alligator, all from business houses stopped sending _
to take his wife and daughter |I never seriously sick except the'' Tournament FridayBoys South America. these out during the depression, but the No use to buy expensive papers when it
.id flee out of the city. Lot and common sickness that children usually
-
: time has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do
'8 wife and daughter went safe- I have such as measles. j School
I! I basketball team went to High Presents expect a fair return on your investment in need the best we can furnish watermarkedbond
away. Audney started to school atl I II
the third bsaketball in all sizes that
district tour. legal
extra
I --even long
i Willis"What happened to thea Brooker, Florida in 1925 at the Program For GradesThe a three cent stam We have a very special ;
In
nnment held the Robert E. Lee size that you can never borrow from
? I I tender of six. She seemed
to
be a quick age learning child and had gym, March 5 and 6. High School entertained the price on statements. your friends. Also that thin onion skin t

| A little boy of six years came I!i no difficulty in passing from one The Tornadoes played Crescent first six grades with several Inter- fur making copies.

ome and announced that his class grade to another. City at 2 p m., March 5. Crescent eating program numbers as follows -

d I learned a new song. When Audney was fifteen years City was rated much stronger than : CARDSFor

"What was It?" asked his proud I lof age one of the saddest days of the Tornadoes. The Tornadoes "When Did You Leave Heaven," ODDS AND ENDS '
excellent ball and business and social
played political uses.
stayed up ,
ther. : her life Came to pass. Her mother --song, by Leola Norman.

"It was a carol," he said, "Call- died and left her and her little with the Crescent City boys.In "Sonny Boy," -song, by Harriet Either printed, engraved or embossed.Too Rubber bandit, gem clips, all kinds of

f While Shepherds Washed Their I, sister with just their father to the last halaf we ran away. Benson. many styles to name, but samples.are binders, even ink in quart bottles, we can ,

rocks by Night. | care for them. Quarrels scored 24 points. The final Tap dance oy Julian Griff, here for your inspection and all prices are save you money on all of these. There
i Audney graduated from the score was 38 t6 25 in favor of must be other that
i "In the Chapel By the Moolight"song reasonable. things escape us just
Miss Maxwell: "Jewltt. what f ninth grade at Brooker and then ,us. by Grace Arwood now, but you can ask.LEGAL) .

goes resourcefulness mean." started to B. H. S. where she is At eight o'clock we played Lan- Reading by Hazel Brown.

Jewltt: "It means natural re- now a senior and will graduate this I don one of the seeded teams, and "I'm in a Dancing Mood"-song

urces." year I were defeated 32 to 21. by Grace Dew. WEDDING INVITATIONSThe

Audney Is a blue eyed, auburn I Landon was stronger and more "When I'm With You"---song by BLANKSDon't

Traveler: "Wby are the trains alrays haired girl of seventeen. and makes experienced than the Tornadoesyet Dorothy Green.Announcements. folder type in white or the new bum ybur legal blanks-buy them

I late here?" friends easily. Although she has a we held them even for the first by Mr. Cray. ivory color. If you must economize on this from us. We have everything you'll need
guard "Otherwise, what would bad temper it always seems she half In the third quarter our +
|e the use of waitingrooms.." has it under control. boys gave out under the strain and WOMAN FOUND item we have a line that looks like engraving whether you're buying a cow or mortgaging t

Audrtey likes most every thing. thus ended Bradford High's part in lI.AMI--Mr. H B. Hubbard, feels like engraving, but doesn't cost. your home. Our blanks will do everything -

Hitch Hiker: "HI. Mister! I'm I Her favorite though is all kindsof the tournament. 30-year-old office worker missing like engraving. but pay the mortgage.

\Ing your way." sports. She seldom dislikes .
any. I I since Monday, was found recentlyby ; M
here Driver: "Splendid, I'll see you | thing or anyone but one of her Answer to Guess vino detectives In a hospital, sufferIng Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James

: dislikes is conceited people. I I Of Course It's N. T. Ritcb.I from injuries received When
---- _. I Audney hopes to be a beautician she was struck by an automobile

LOST because she loves to help people I I I For almost the duration of the ---._.-

One good time at the Carnival become pretty. We sincerely hope Civil War, the South maintained The United States has 30 percent Bradford County Telegraph

Ust week, if found please return to Audney gains high honors in the I la I small army at SatvUle, Va., to of the world's railway mileage .

Margie and Skeet career she has chosen. I protect Its chief salt supplies ,






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BRADFORD COVN'rY TELEGRAPH, 8TA&IUt, PLOJUDA _.__._--__ lf
;, rAGE FOUR _____ _______ ._____n- ______ __d ___.__ O' -. -. Club 1 -
Junior Woman's Hallman-Kelly
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Mrs. Stockwell'8 Artistic Professor Dean Slagle \ .Cdlley-Perryman
Meets Tuesday Marriage Announce
I Influence Will Be Missed Addresses Woman' flub; The marriage of Miss Dolores I

Perryman, .daughter of Mr. and T.le regular meetlpg of the Jun- Mrs. Margaret t i.
AGE brbI1 When Mr C. L Stockwell left Speaking before th.- Woman's :Mrs.! D H. Ferryman, of Atlanta. ior Woman's Club was held Tuesday nounces the mar, ''It.
SodetStricklandSmith JJ last week for her new home In De- Club here Wednesday afternoon Ga., to Carr C. Colley son of Mr. March 9 at the Woman's daughter, Sarah Frt- .
Land, Starke lost Its chief ln plra- Dean of the College ,
Professor Slagle ,
and Mrs. W. A. Colley. of Starke Club. The meeting was presidedover Pearce Hall man on I I I', ..
in the world of art, as well as Verpity Of _
tion of Law at the.V1;\ which was quietly solemnized Saturday by the President Virginia Lake City. \
the who has done more than task of woman -
person Florida said that the
February 27, In a Methodist Fugate. Plans were made to have The. bride Is thi- ,
anyone else to popularls good was to provide for. a peaceful St. Louis Mo., Is of Board of the Wo- of "
In the Executive i daughter Mrs. Mal ,
Presbyterian Ladies'Auxiliary painting here. It was she who was to pre- parsonage K: "i ''t<
In ;
transition government
I IiL much interest here, man's Club as guest at the April Ily of New River. She .,
I responsible for the large number of to accept propositions .. ,.
1 Meets the youth .1
II 4 ) / pare of Mr. and Edna Pearce was appointed ated from the B. H. .,
I L Mr and Mm G D Strichan) < "family groups" and other out-of- peacefully; teach the Mrs. Colley Is a niece meeting. s
of thePresbyterian and Judge and chairman of a committee to buy of 1931, and later "
of Davis
of Ocala announce the marriage The Ladles' Auxiliary date pieces that have been stored youth that we are living in an age Mrs. L. A. I wing ->r
Rex B. I its She attended clothes for the little girl that the for a nurse at St
held
their daughter. Eunice 'to Church regular In attics giving way to beautifuland of Interdependence; to show that Mrs. E. K. Perryman. i ? ,
Smith of LACoochee, on December monthly meeting at the homeof colorful paintings more In cooperation in an economic field the University of Georgia for club Is- sponsoring.The petal She was grad

]*1i 'i 1, 1936. Mrs. R. F. Clark Tuesday after- keeping with some of our most attractive Is a necessity. two years and then entered the following officers were elect- St. Luke's In the class oI i ml n

& ;, At present Mr. und Mrs. Smith noon at 3 o'clock. homes. Professor Slagle gave a vivid Bellevlew Hospital In New York I ed for the ensuing year: for over a year has beer; 1'u

i will make their home In Ocala. Roues and pomegranate bios Before Mrs. Stockwell came to description of the government of City where she received her train- Frances PeekPresidentMiriam In the Duval County H..v |
.
VIcod used for decorations of to- Ing as a dietician. For the past Guy-VIce-Presldent Mr. Hallman Is tht '
I This announcement came as a soma were Starke paintings were rare but' the past and the government vltll
complete! surprise to the many Mrs. K O. Duncan conducted the through her efforts and generosity day. He illustrated the pioneer pe- several months :Mra. Colley has Mary Edwards-Secretary and Mrs. Joseph Hallmitii u
of coloniza been the dietician In the Webster Edna Pearce-Treasurer. I lumbla, S. C.. and he >s
here riod and the
friends of thin/ young couple devotional service an Interesting she made possible for the people period n
In Starke. Mra. Smith and her pa- part of which was a letter from I here to possess acme really fine tion. Groves Hospital In St. Louis. The meeting was then turned ployed by the Fruit UK", Ex.

H. ,I' ?1 n.iU were former residents of I IStarke. the Mary Miles, missionary In Ja works of art. Her realistic Florida A good citizen Is, according to Mr. Colley Ja a graduate of the over to the program chairman, after press, with headquarter q

I: 1l Her many friends here scenes and colorful flower groups Mr. Slagle, "one who performs the Bradford County High School and which the hostesses for the aft tanooga; Tenn., where tii., wgm.

JBETTEf' :ySH' J | wish) her happinews. pan.Miss Lucile Mitchell presidedover may be seen on the walls of many duties and observes the restraints attended the University of FloridaIn ernoon, Martha Wells, Juanita couple will make their inn,, ,
..r
,, I IL -.-- the business meeting and Installed homes here. prescribed by law." Gainesville where he studied Barefoot, Lorree Phillips, and The bride has many tn-, 11 '. ,n

,;; Il ie Hicka-Stoutamire the new officers. The large picture representingChrist The speaker was introduced to law. He was a member of the Sig- I,. Clara Flume served a delicious sal. Bradford County who join Rp.
,. !,. Gethse- B. Me- ma Nu fraternity and vas activeIn Ing for her a long and h ,
r& P Mrs. T N. Kendrick conductedan In the Garden of his audience by Mrs. H. ady course to the members present '
; WbAt i'i'i' e Friends In Starke of Miss No- She mane, that she presented to the Lendon chairman of civics, who several student organizations The program was as follows: fled life.

Inc or I*, Ii|(; reen Hicks will be Interested In the Interesting Mrs.! George program.Lowry presented who Educational Building of the Meth- was In charge of the program for on the campus. He is now assist Emma Jane Beasily Song and --- -.--- .
!i announcement of her marriage to ant ,of the Coronada Hotel MISSION HAU.
she
sketch of the mission workIn odist Church shows that was the afternoon. manager Dance- -"You Turned The Tables
{anyway f C. A Stoutamlre on February 20. gave a spiritual and civic-minded and exceedingly During the business session Mrs ; In St. Louis On Me.: Services were held us .,

Therefi ,/''' Miss Hicks made her home here Japan. Mrs. O. K. Stansburywho generous. O. L. Beasley chairman of the Both Mr. and Mrs. Colley have a Reading "Nightmares" Katie Tuesday evening Bt th a.. .or
Within
( making for several months where she wasa told of "Strangers The brilliant coloring and ex- nominating committee presentedthe host of friends here who wish them Fugate. and an appeal made rot" to.

The prl Ting h hostess La the Magnolia Hotel. Their Own Gates." and Mrs. WardIn quisite detail In this painting placeIt following names to be electedas happiness! Mrs. Colley was a via Song-"Chapel In The Moon walk of Christian living "

| andj. ,. Her charming personality endeared "Pray For Us" by Lillian A. among the artist's best work. officers for the year 1937-1938: Itor here on several different occasions light'1 Grace Arwood. Accom- phaslzed through the sub,,. .....:

tproduible her to many people. Her many Wells. Mrs. Stansbury asked the We are constantly told that we Mrs G. H. Lowry president; Mrs. and cultivated many panied at piano by Marllle Hem- "The Hope Of The W..., I

to ht friends here wish her happiness. Bible questions should live so that we can leave a L. A. Canova vice president; Miss I friendships.Mr. ingway. John says "everyone that ,1\",",

A'y to I't' S' Mr. and Mrs. Stoutamlre wlU The hostess served delicious Ice place knowing that It is a little Hazel Adklns, secretary; and Mrs I and Mrs. Colley will be at .. this hope purlfleth hims. "n

means live In Jacksonville where Mr. cream, cake and coffee. better for our having been there. C. A. Knight treasurer. They were home to their friends at the Coro Joe Norman And Baby as HE is pure." "

more Stout amire Is In businese.e -- -- .-_-_- I The weath of painting that Mrs. I unanimously erected by the club. nada Hotel In St. Louis Celebrates There was a goodly numh, ." ,.. l h
better lp Stockwell is leaving behind as- The annual reports from all BirthdaysJoe ent some new ones being ,.
-- Services ChurchThe .in
p at Episcopal and dance, little Emma Jane
and ma? sures her of being remembered members of the executive board song Norman and baby, Joan, celebrated the number.

to mak Sunday School Association Rev. Mr. Richard G. Urban' here for many years to come. that were read Indicated that the i caid.Beasley, accompanied by Mrs Kln- their birthdays at the The Mission will have be.n ,
y.
more "1; I Ia The Asnoclatlonal Sunday School will be the speaker at the Friday club is ever progressing ," musical home of Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. eration four years the fir; I ,I",
Boy readIng
dl 1i meeting will be held at the Starke evening service at St. Mark's Episcopal Surprise Party for Mrs. S. E. Mrs. Lowry and Mrs. C. A. I Miss"Sonny Harriet Benson, accompanied and Mrs. J. E. Norman, on Sunday.Marcb day (in April and an ann'\'raaf\

the mat' l Baptist Church Monday night Church at 7:30: o'clock.Mr. Jones on Seventieth Birthday. Knight were elected as delegatesto by Mr. Benson. 7. Mr. Norman was thirty. service will be held as has-ben 1 the

too :March 10 at 7:30: o'clock. The Rev. Urban came frqm New Jer Friends and relatives surprisedMrs. I the State Federation of Wo- f I five years of age and his 'attractive custom since its beginning ,urt,

to- the d '1cultun O. K. Kadfonl will he the speaker sey over a year ago to assume S. E. Jones! on her seventieth' man's Clubs to be, held in Jacksonville "Little Dutch \fllI. sang Ona little daughter was one year this promises to be one oi 'In "''el
of the evening and It Is hoped that charge of St. James' Church, In birthday with a big dinner at her : March 1519., Mrs. W. E. Demerest. Joe Monteith, AudreyAnn interest.

| many eft 4 E.Y all\ Sunday Schools In the New River Lake City and although a young home In Sampson City, Sunday, MIddleton and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Prevail Walter SIlcox, Jr., old.A bountiful dinner was served to Other outstanding Bibu 1 I. "n.
; conclust MI Association will be man, hi brings with him an envi- were elected as alternates. Mrs. Rebecca Simpson, Claude Johns,
+ 'f Baptist rrp- March 7. the following guests who enjoyedthe ers are expected:: soon also I
( farm n 'f, I resented at this meeting, at least able record which he has only en- The table was beautifully dec- Duncan and Mrs D. E. Knight Emma Jane Beasley, and Billy delightful affair: .---- .

farm 01I I by Sunday School' superintendents, hanced there. An earnest wel- orated with ferns and poppies and were elected to attend the State !I Smith. Mrs. Kincaid accompaniedat Mr. and Mrs. J. E Norman Smoke obscures 14.2 pet ',' ;

I otuuttltV : t;' it teachers and workers come Is extended 'to all to share was centered with a large cake Federation of Music Clubs to beheld the piano. James Norman Mrs. Joe Norman Baltimore's sunlight.
\ on During the social hour the hostesses
in Gainesville. The
wh S K. Sparks the benefits of these Lenten serv- with seventy! pink candles. alternates I'I Mr. and Mra. Earney Norman and -
tory elected were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins served a delicious salad
Secretary Ass'n S. S. _vices Two brothers one daughter, children, of Gainesville, Mr. and
proflutThen and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. course and hot tea. ;Hostesses for
----- -- -- ---'------- three sons, and one niece were Mrs. T. D. Proctor and children! of ..... .
the afternoon were: Mrs. O. L. t:
A committee to read and amend
AS NEAR TO YOU with Mrs. Jones on this happy oc Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Bow- ", 1l 1--::: ....
i' volved the by-laws where necessary, of Beasley Mrs. Kincald, Mrs A E
t FLOWERS casion. The guests were : Mr. and : ers, of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs Curtis "' --'-'--<(
culture TELEPHONE which Mrs. H. C. Ritch Is chair- McKinney, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs.J. \ J.i.. .\
As YOUR Mrs. R. A. Starke Mr.
Thomas ; Smith Albert Norman and Rosa 41
trot of man, was appointed by the presi H. Kiniaw Mrs Bryant Beas- < l
t and Mrs. H. H. Thomas, Holliater; Mae Norman. f
such as fpy FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J : ley, Mrs J. G. Godwin, Mrs. W. B. iT-.tt4
Mrs. E. N. Durkee Hollywood; F. dent.Mrs. [ Rosa Mae Norman of Lake
sect I
pe Mundy and Mrs. J, L. Peek
ALL ORDERS FILLED P Jones, Ft. Pierce; H. P. Jones, J. W. Kincaid presented the Wales, who has been seriously ill at

ARTISTICALLY-ECONO\nCALLY.:\ ; Atlanta Ga.; Mr. and Mrs E. D. following program: DOES BLADDER IRRITATION the home of her parents, Mr. and
PROMPTLY:\ rr'li Jr.i; ; "ie. Jones Sampson City; Mr. and Mrs. "Moonlight," a duet Mr. and Mrs ]I GET YOU UP? Mrs. J. E. Norman, for six weeks Studio Uprightsand

FER Reddish Andrews and little son, J. H. Benson, accompanied at the t I la slowly improving.Mr. .
MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke Ervln. of New River: and Mrs. Lois piano by Mrs. E. L Biggs. MAKE THIS 25c TEST and Mrs. H. B. Bowers of Grand PianosALSO
Parks Indian Springs Ga. "You Turned the Tables on Me," I Flush the bladder as you would I Palatka visited their soninlawand
.
-- the bowels. Help nature get rid '
-- ---- -- ---
F ',j elal r!, of Impurities and excess acids daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe GUARANTEED USED

I which can cause irritation that re- Norman, Sunday. PIANOSA

sults in getting up nights scanty Mr. and Mrs Walter Underhill, Price for every Focketbook
"I. flow, frequent desire, burning, Mrs Neta White Melvl and Dorothy
-- i : I backache or leg pains. Get buchu Crosby, Irene and Vera Lee LILLIAN'SMUSIC

ir kEiIT.1': drugs leaves,made juniper into oil little and green 6 other tab Lewis Sunday visited afternoon Rosa Mae Norman STOREOpp.

stoo lets. Just say Bukets to any drug-
71. Florida Theatre
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( i gist. In 4 days if not pleased your
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II00 Bouquet RarneeKace 25* Pureuat Rorhelle Salt 2for 2t.talcum MILK 3 tall 20c Lb. 18c
j Powder 2 for II 1 01 UK Pureteet Epsom Salt I for 11165f I cans
t Harmony Rum t for 841" 251 Reiall Antacid' C.. 2 for I
!y ?b. Stag Hair* Snip Tonie 2far7MTablet.\ 2 for 28' I
0:1 Keiall Milk of Magneain tat E y.lo for.... Ifnr Mtv 1 1 CHUCK ROAST OR
,I. I Tooth. Paata 2 fur 28, 21\, Reiall Uttle Liver Ptlll 2Sor2M MACARONI, 3 Pkgs. __ lOc
$ I 75, Sweet Pe* fo.1ft" 211' Elkay'lCedarChratCompound, : STEAK, Lb. ._ _. ._ _.12'/zc
Du>tini Powder 2for 281 7S s j
:2oe Tinker T*|>.for Minding 2 fur 26* 28< Purrteit Spirit of
liX! Udiee', and Mra'a Camphor I for 2\1f\ Symphonylawn 5 Lbs. 25c BOLOONA
SUGAR
1 Dt. t 2fori00)00 Purest Cod Liver Oil
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SIX \lrlnrl Rufbo.Glu... lfo.tQ1 T.l.lrUI, Sto$1 01
11 00 Symbol Hot Water 10< Elkay a Hand Soap Un II" STATIONERY Lb. 12'/9C'

I l 0 10< Fontev.Bottle Toilet TiMUe 12'r:1\\: 21,1 bOf Klkaya Roll; :.r.IIIO'. Sfoe Ptm 1tN 6U CMunryOHMVONDENCf, I : no ALT 3cSAUSAGE
I + a.T.Im-Tl.Sh..Lo... lfo.\If\ ( PAIR S Pkg;
+ Y" \ "CANDY'ifI"III'.I'IIII. -
IM1j I : "l 'e/.LI'"..U'..'"..._... 2 for MEN try I NECK BONES 3 Lbs. .. 25c
Mie Lord BaltimoreUUUonerr Ch""lat.,, lferAlf KLENZOShaving lfF.RITOR BELLBREAD
.1 Ifur61A 001Fuw) 7 C KEIJX>Gn'SVlth C.lnsn
I, ACh esllAl( tlorblf Cup
i Stet C.Nad.PoucIPop.r Hor61f
o< Old Colony \t> Hom.m.IdChat.lst.D.r I for lie Cream 'I Loaves 25c
r I a1fC.datCaramel.tlb.( ) t for Sw 3
ALL-BRAN 2 for 25c
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2.261 F Ol this xlia-qualiry r.. r21s,.Jw.n Howl u>. an exp.n lvlac liu rl76s QUART JAR RELISH or

71 +, soap Gardenia at a law emit I rk BARGAIN* powder PRICE at this' I SIt SALAD DRESSING 20c

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*I f TatAtsCAt COLD CAEAN TOILET SOAP Sha ri 1 I N.. I I CHOPS, Lb. 18cPEANUT

I 2,761' wr..aas.w SUPS/N1 vAtus CASCADE i Vv FACE POWDER RSINFECIANI feu.11.s OtJAUT JAR .

SOAP / CHUtHLIl.kTAe J I fa + g '. k..ear 2 $ 01, $1 2 tw sl1 I I BUTTER -- 25c MUSTARD. Ots. lOc

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I H. B. Wolfe ol Charlotte N. c. ] -- -- '- 1 I I Misses Elizabeth Wllliama', Helen i Springs passed through this sec France was the first country to '
I I was the week-end guest of his I Prather. Miss Carolyn Hutto. tion Monday on theft way home recognize the United State of
1 aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. W I ;FAVORITE i! and Mrs: A. H Hall, and Mr. Ver- after spending the week-end at America as a nation This occurred

Bits of P. Smith i iI'I die Wall. Sheriff O A. Andreu. and ("hula, Ga. in a meeting on Feb. 6, 1778.

--- I RECIPES I L. S Hutto visited!! Miss Edna Hut- I H. H, Lewis and H M. Menu ------. -
Friends of Mrs. A. S. Crews I to in Jacksonville Monday I -
( I visited the bedside of Cheater Register -
will be glad to learn that she Is I I ------ I Monday night.
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Local Nev4cs improving after being confined to Banana. t'p"hl.Jown ('alsoDoean't Mr and Mra. Frank Q. Baul-- REALESTATE
I We are glad to report that the
Riverside Hospital for several days.i! j\ knight of Jacksonville\ announcethe
ones In our section 111 with influenza -
this recipe for banana
birth of a daughter Jane Merrill j
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND The W. C. T. U. meets Friday I upside-down cake sound delicious 'I on Thursday, March, Mrs. are recovering.
We've all tried tfte pineapple and Mrs T. N Norman of Gum IP YOU WANT TO
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN i afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Smith I Baulknlght was formerly Miss I II I
PROGRESS at her home, corner Church and apricot upside-down cakes and now ,I Leah Struth. Brunch section: was visiting her BUY SELL Oil RENT
I South Streets. I 'we'll have to try this new one. 1 I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me Rue SEE us-
L. J. Green sent this!! recipeto .
I _- -. --.- Mrs. ; Friends of MIsa' Martha Brown- recently.
the Telegraph .o we'll tell her i I Mr and Mrs. Odls. Green of HeI-!
1 Mrs. Hilda Williams\ of Lake- lee will be interested- learn that' WILSONREALTY
lisa Pat Lamb spent Sunday in Misses Kitty Hogsed, Hope i land, and Ex-Governor Allen of how good It Is after we make it. ;she la improving after undergoing; bronn was visiting the bedside of

ncsville.I Haynes, and Lucile Kennedy spent Montana were recent guests of !, (-Hk letter I an operation for appendicitis on, Mrs. Greens mother, 'Mrs. J K CO.

Saturday in Jacksonville.Mr. I Mrs. Emma Canova and family Cream together: Monday at Riverside Hospital. In Starling Friday< night.

rs Jessie Mae Blakely and son, One-third cup of shorteningOne I Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Andersonand .. ''' '
were recent visitors here. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas and I Miss Beatrice Moseley and Mrs and one-fourth cups sugar children of Jacksonville were ''W' '

children were visiting in Green Evelyn Townsend of the State Add 2 well beaten eggs PINE LEVEL visiting relatives!! here SundayMr. i
Farm In Ocala visiting Sift together: I STRAWBERRYCUPS
spent Sunday -
(a R Corn of Wichita, Kansas, Cove Springs Sunday. I friends. One and one-half cups of flour Mr.. II. :M. MrRue Correspondent and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and

visiting friends here Monday. Two teaspoonfuls of baking children of Rising section spent & CRATES
Miss Clara Russell of St. Augustine I{ Elder E. R. Bowers filled his regular -
-- Mrs H. A. Miss powder I with Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Bishop Mary Saturday \\'hoit'llll"' Vriftat on the Stl pint
Kate Struth is visiting rel- is the guest of her sister of appointment at Pins LevelChurch
One-half 8altAdd
lias Harriet Bishop, Harold and Nina I spoonful \urtaty of Strawberry Cup and
McRae.
Miss Johnnie Russell this week.
'es in Jacksonville\ this week. and alternately with mixture: ( Sunday night. Crates follow:
I spent Sunday IP Jacksonville I ---- _.-..--...--- are nil
-.- -- Green Cove Springs. Cne cup mashed bananas. Mills Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson Cups In. BOO Cardboard 1" ('k-
I ATTENTION: TOWNSKNIUTKNThe : :
Miss Lucile Smoak of
Jenry Manassa spent the weekin Tampa I I One half cup of milk I City was visiting Miss Vesta Mc- 1 ages @ .$\.60
Atlanta with relatives. was the guest Sunday of Miss Lois I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and Add one teaspoonful of vanilU I Rae Sunday afternoon regular meeting of the I Crate* complete with dividers -

-- Adkins. I daughter, Gloria and Mrs Buford's Pour into a preapied pan. BakeIn Gus Fountain spent' part of last Townsend Club will be held In thecourt @t I ,illo ach
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discount s sand
All I less 5% dealers
A Futch was a business visl- Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E. I I I, mother, Mrs. Lelie Stilley, spent'' a moderate oven. I week In Gainesville visiting relatives I house next Monday night, u t% lash discount.
(in Jacksonville Tuesday. Middleton. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Sunday in Jacksonville. I Preparation of pan: 1| I March 15. at 8 o'clock Come, you

thews spent Friday In Jacksonville Grease sides of pan Elder and! Mrs W :, Hall and need it J. L. HARRELL ,
Ire G. A. Light of Ocala wasting :' Mrs. Taylor Belcher of Garrlaon- I Cream together one-third\ cup Mrs E E Taylor of Green Cove Ernest Thornquest. Sec J '
on-the-Huilson, N. Y., returned to butter and one cup of brown .
here Monday. Al Manassa is visiting in Tallahassee -----
and other points in West J her home Wednesday after visitingher sugar. =. :. ': -=. _.::-: '.. .=-:-.--. .-
mother, Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Spread, over bottom of pan. = I
rand Mrs N. Sternberg spent Florida this week. ,
Place sliced bananas in t.ils suI I T :::
jaday In uaytona Beach with
Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. O. L gar mixture 50-ll nitKAK 0"
Itr son Dr. S. Sternberg. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wall spent TIP TOP GROCERY
the week-end in Leesburg as guestsof Beasley, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, Mrs. When cake is done turn out one I j I MOK.VCOFFEE
J. W. Kin- cake rack to cool and serve with
A. z: Adkins, and Mrs
irs. C W. Chalker of Gulfport, Mr. and Mrs Joe Butler. I lonwmudnLARD
, d s.. is the guest of her parents, said spent Saturday in Jackson- whipped cream. '
. ville. __. Starke Fla.
and Mrs A. M. Darby. Mrs. Lois Johns, popular tele- ,
Mrs T. F. Sherwood of St. Petersburg -
phone operator, has been quite 111
Irs. R. J. Wells of Palatka' is the past week with Influenza.Mrs. Friends of Mrs. W. E. Bryant and New York will arrive ,
will be to learn that she SPECIAL SAVINGS
i house guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. pleased Friday to spend' the week-end with
rnberg. D. E. is Improving after: a tonsilectomyperformed Judge and Mrs. Geo A, Gardiner. Pound 18c
I Knight and Mrs. H.I, In Gainesville Wednes $6.00 .. _.._ ..
V. Knight; were recent visitors Sunday Judge and Mrs. Gardiner I ";,; 4.f..' !",' j1>l';'. .JliMt. ... -- ." .. ," .' ._ .c.'y"'p'
,Irs. E. E. Canova and Miss Jacksonville. day. and their guest will visit relativesIn

I fM ry Canova were visiting in I Hastings. .' TJNUJItIItlJN; I
jinesville Sunday. Mrs Henry Harls,' house guest Miss Evelyn Stump, a memberof TIP TOP MARKET ''

of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump,'spent the high school faculty In High Miss Kate Struth I'eturn"Tues., BEANS l b. 1 lO c ,
the week-end with
Else Mary Lee Wynn of Jack- the week-end In Jacksonville.Mr. Springs spent day from Jacksonville where she !I J'.\N(:"' WEMTr.nN: 1\114\TY: IIEJFJ1JD
her Mr. and Mrs. F. F. '
vllle was visiting friends here parents, visited her sister, Mrs. W, L tZd- :
day. and Mrs. John Grew of Jack Stump. wards. Miss Struth was accompanied R1f'E RIB STEW Ib 121/

-- ---- sonville were week-end guests of ---- home by her ntphews. Billy ,
Friends of Mrs. F. A. Scott will 2lbs. lSe
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TOMATOES
A. Canova of Gainesville spent Mta. Crew's parents, Mr. and Mrs and Martin Page. 'III' 1'J> HI-f'IAJ: r
to learn that she is In the
jrsday here with his mother, James Lamb. regret I
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Florida Sanitarium in Orlando Ib 25e
PORK SAUSAGE
E. E. Canova. UII'IU.U:
s. The Royal Service Program and lr 1N CS': "cllh
where she is under medical! obser
-- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand I vation. busiiiesH meeting of the Baptist W A l'I'JU.tNOW ;
|Irs, R. F. Sikes or Jacksonville Miss Wilma Alexander spent M. U. will be held Monday afternoon I APPLES 1b s. 25e

Halting( her mother, Mrs. W. E. Sunday in Waldo visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Harbour of Jacksonville March 15:: at the church at'' PIG FEET EaS Se
Mrs. L. B. Alexander. .
dley. and Mrs. Mneath Strong 3 o'clock. Circle number two of I /, BAL

Beatty, of 011 City, Pa., were here which Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Is leader I
frs, F. I. Gray and Mrs. Anna W. A. Scott of Orlando spent last Thursday visiting Mrs. Carrie will have charge of the meet- CAULIFLOWER lb. lOc STEAK I''
Die of New Port Richey are the week-end here with his parents, Ritch. Ing. lb. 25e

psts of Mr. and Mrs. B, Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott and was I -- !''In JET

'- accompanied back to Orlando by Little Miss Fredrlcka Edwards Ex-Judge and Mrs. G. A. Gardiner 1IJ.J-J'IUNT
R. Wltkovski has returned tot them where Mrs. Scott is undergoing ,
has returned to her home in Jack- had as their week-end guests. I POTATOES lb. 2e '
t home here after a week's stay treatment at a sanitorlum. sonville after visiting here with her Mr. and Mrs. V.y. Lowden of CHEESE lb. 22c' uq i

Jacksonville.. I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. New haven Conn.1 Mr. and l Mrs.' UU\ZII. NUTS OR LEO': 4)' ,
Miss Lois Adkins a student at Struth. Wilson Bowling oLa; Platta,

rank Pomoroy of Jacksonvillea the Florida State College for*r Maryland", Mrs. W.$& Yelvington LAMB lb. 23c I II j
business visitor here :Mori- Women, spent the week-end with : Friends of Miss Edna Hutto will und MisH Anna Valence of Hastings WALNUTS lb. lOc j

her parents Judge an Mrs A. Z. ,'I regret to learn that she Is In Riv- ,.t>. ,
Adkins. Miss Adkins attended the erside Hospital where she Is undergoing -

Ir and Mrs. B. J. Grant of Military Ball sponsored by the Uni- I a series of medical exam- Mr. and Airs. A. A,. Simmons and I NO. 1 IRISH POTATOES 10 Pounds 30c

Cksonville were guests Sunday versity of Florida in Gainesville i inations.Mr. daughter, Mary Catharine of Miami -> $
f Mr. .and lr8. 1C ,G. Duncan. Friday night ,
__ I are spending the week in IIU.LAKD'S TAIII-K TALK-SELF-ItISINi
NAT SEZ I and Mrs. E. L. Middleton of Starke as guests of Col.\ and Mrs. 3 I.I5S ti/ IJIH. 2O MM. {
: Jacksonville and daughter, Mar- D. E. Knight and Col.\ and Mrs

I Jorle Sue, and Mrs, W. E. Middle- H. V. Knight. Mr. and :Mrs. Simmons FLOUR ''
You run lead a horne to water but
ton visited the Ravine Gardens In formerly lived here for several 23c 42c 79c
fAn't make him drink. I
you
ran I Palatku Sunday.Mr. months where they made I
lead you Into my store but I run't many friends, Mr Simmons Is. now
Balloon)) Flour 12 Ibs. 45c 24 IBs. 85c 48 Ibs.
make you buy. But If I can ever and Mrs. F. Register and conected with theJ u'Je-Common-> ; ; .$1.68 a
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,. get yon In the store I won't hive son, Freeman and Miss Martlte weath Title Company in Miami. ,. .. '
Hemingway spent Sunday afternoon -
to make you buy.. When you take in PaJatka visiting the' Ravine Persons--here--, who-were-listening I I MIII \V1MCONS1N SMOKKD MUtlAK! CUKKU!: -HIIOIIL.DKKPiUK !'
a look around at all the pretty Gardens. '
to their radio Sunday morning at'1 '
thing. we have for Easter you' just nine oclock, were pleased to hear I CHEESE lb. 20c r
'o"NJbrnL22cIOOMLoA.
won't be able to resist. them Sohow's The Woman's Missionary Society the voices of Misses Clementine :
of the Methodist Church will
about a little friendly visit and Virginia Torrgclla. The announcer CREAMKKV-< "

folks truth.. just to !see If I'm telling the I o'clock and meet devotional.Monday at the afternoon church. Business at 3:30: sisters would stated sing trrat a song the Spanish dedicated -j I BUTTER Ib. 38c 1 BACON lb. 17c I g t

Miss'
to Florence: Wood and
OILING FAT

Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Mrs. W. S. Charles Carlton of Starke, Florida. : l
TIIKY.AKK, SMART ",1 ._J.- I The Misses Torruella sing on the MACARONI 3Pks. lOc BACON Ib. lie
-- \ Stroman, Miss Nettle Dowling and
program of the White Rabbit Bus
LADIES' I.. Watch Your \ j jChild's H. H. Stroman spent Saturday in Line WJZ, New York City. ''t! 1 '

WASH SUITS Feet h1| James Jacksonville Go l5'old.:. with -Mr.-and Mrs. BANANAS 4 Ibs. 15c '

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14 to 20 Ak your fh f '-* Mrs W. G. Guess, of Norfolk, CENTA'WORD'COLUMN I Ia'

doctor what tff.:. Va. and Wildwood, spent Fridayand AMRIUCA1V KIPl'KltRI I I'
$1.98 $ .98 they mean to Saturday here as a. guest of

your child! Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and I MATCHES PRUNES SARDINES: HERRING }
I Mrs. Carrie Ritch. FOR SALEPepper, tomato and
TRY ONE OF OUR

> PANTIK 14 j Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wainwright Canova egg plants.Pharmacy.See E. R Bowera atj tf i i I 3 Boxes lOc Pound 6c 4 Cans 15c / .1b. can lOcNESTLE'S -

I and children of Jacksonville spent
GIRDLESOnly I Sunday here with Mr. Waln- WILL PAY CASH-for used pi

I wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs N. anos. Write Lillian's\ Music.". I MILK 6 Sm.19c; 3 Tall 19c

$1.00MUNSINGWKAU D Walnwright. Store, 342 W. University Av
Gainesville, Fla. tf '
I KF.I.MXlfi'S! COIt.V POTTKI INWKF.T' ; MIX or mix CIIAUMF.K
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1 Among those from here visitingin million Missionary I
FOR SALE--One i
2 Cans 25c I
Jacksonville Saturday were: strawberry plants, $123:: per FLAKES MEAT PICKLES
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. D.
I 1,000 at field. M. Rhoden, Starke.
SILK HOSIERY ''p Carpenter, Mrs T. T. Long and Itp I 3 for 23c 4 Cans lOc Quart 15c COFFEE y''

MLaa Hazel Adkins ,
ir-FASIIIONEI: \ l I FOR SALE .- Sea Island cottonseed I ViVHWBIHBHHBIMBBnBMBlHHaaiBHnVHiaB BBgag
Miss Carolyn Hutto was trans- bushel. A J
at $2.00 per
50c ferred from Monticello to Colum. Stowers Walda-Fla., Box 9.>!. SUGAR 5 Ibs. .
I his, S. C. She left Wednesday after 21c y?

spending a few days with her FOR SALE Beat quality needs of'j

WONDERFUL ASSORTMENTLADIES' 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hut- all varieties. Prices right. SUe I II II UlTIt ONE. CAN OF' I..".,'"',,,,-ANV KINIIIEST > .

FROCKS I wannee Store. tf I I I

MR. BUSINESS MAN: Take a tip) r fm DIXIE OLEO.
Mrs. D. J. Morrlss and little I
5 lb. 30c101b.55c
[$2.98 $3.95 $4.95 daughter of Vilas, will arrive Sat from your wife. Springtime I f i _14" nnK-
time, clean and _&
urday for a week's visit with Mrs.Morrias' housecleanIng I
paint your store. Let ME repair I \\'IIEAT
sister and brother-in-law, '
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SIEN'S WASHTROUSERS and algns. Bill' Sign ; MargarinePound
repaint
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight. your !
Mad.-=w Shop, one block ,Veet Dr. Herlong's I ( I"lu'kal'
II.to*
OTlUI rf*..11 Col. and Mrs A. Welles Stump, office. 3-12tp-tf \,.xxxx.) 20 Ib. ;' IOCl""r
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of New York were guests Wednes- .
$1.49 and $1.98 $1.95 FOR RENT- Furnished apartment -
day of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. all convenIences, bath, i _... iocuIE 21c I II
Col. and Mrs. Stump were en routeto sink, hot and cob l water large. $1.05 SYRUP, Qt. 15c .

NEW SPRING LINE Weather*Bird shoe are Miami for a several week's visit.. front porch. 1.11'11. Hamrtok, 402 S. I

DRESS GOODS specially 'duianed to Mrs. Manassa returnedto Walnut;, Ht. Itp '
George
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LINENS CREPES develop and protect her home here today after aweek's FARMS WANTED- have buyers -! I MIRACLE \WHIP SALAD DRESSING I IIi
for well located improved
feet. visit In Atlanta with
growing i farms. Call write ua. WILSON H Pints 15c; Pints 2Sc Quarts
Mrs. Manasaa Attendant or ;
PRINTS ANI> SOLIDSIT friends! was an -
in the Wlx-Woodruff wed REALTY COMPANY. 3.12.4tp I I
which selomnlzed Wed KRAFT'S TASTY KITCHEN FRESH NNAISlo:
PAYS! TO BUY ATS"I'ERNBERG'S ding was FOR SALE Special Marigi'' > I Ii I1
nesday, March 10. Mrs. Managua\
tomato plants and Wo 9d 1 I Ucnt- 'j 8-oz. 17c
16
and the bride the former Miss ) ; -oz. ,
er pepper plants Sec B !II) Lons l '

ters Evelyn:at Wix Oglethorpe of Atlanta.University were sis I 403 N Walnut St., Stance; 1tpi( __ _'_-,_. __:__ '_::=_ _- __._-: _. _-:.--.'- -.-_ ,--- .-. --.-. .. ... 1



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_' "." f: BBAOFOBO COCNTY\ TELEGRAPH WTTARKE: IXORIUA ,._ -. _--__ ___ __ mAM.._ RCIII !
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'j.1 I I the Knight and Allen fields, according ,; th* month of April $lithe
I SPOTLIGHT IN FLOKIU4 I -- .... --, 5th day o* April 1 iv '.
R c::=-- !I to the reports. No information Dated this 13th.In I ,

..: FARMING IS FOCUSEDON |I was obtainable aa to the c ry, 1987.OFn"IeIAL.
: CATTLE INIlfSTRVBeef SEAT
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I t price received, which Is thought to A. J. THOMAS.

.; NEWSNews 'I have been about M per barrel for Clerk of Ch i.i
cattle are now occupyingthe LIVE STATE Bradford C"" ,. .
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FARMERS SECTION agricultural spotlight in Flor I I No. l'a. Digging will start Monday 2-lS-St-H-lR

i or sooner, In the Federal Point
ida. ISOTICH: OK 6Vl.Ii-; :: -,.
of Florida in Short Paragraphs section, It la expected. Two grow- ron '16* slEEt viMv u .,
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Demonstration A cents Recent events and ones to come (
Conducted by i era of early tubers, Hibert Maltbey <11..1. BUI >o rLii,
i the near future have focused the :
in NOTICE IS HEREBY
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H : and Frand DuPont are expected to
attention of Florida, farmers on :Nathan Starling, hold i
L.- be first under the wire. Tax '.
I ; Certificate No ;n5th .
4 i cattle that have been! raised and .
I w- -- -- -- day of Aug-UHt A I I'
-- for the future I filed name In my cirri.
the prospects says "
'O'rI( .) TO 'PI''') U'
I I Walter P. Sheely, animal husbandry -j I S.FET'COL'XCIL ;MEETS 1 I I GREEN: NAMED SUPERVISOR I I.V TIll NA.MK OK THI3 STATE OF I I bo made issued. application thereon.. foi facl' .<

I l with the State I tate In- TALLAHASSEE Governor I FLA-: embrace* the follow
Hints To Housewives RURAL specialist Agricultural I JACKSONVILLE- inn
I Cone announced appointment of A. It appearing. by affidavit filed In property. In the Count '
Extension Service. ,Iduslrlffl safety council organized t that certain ratine In the Circuit State of Florida to-wtt,
I COMMON SENSE of E. Green of Jacksonville as supervisor Court In and for Bradford County, ',ot Thirty-one.
number <(31) -
:I >
Florida Fat to fight the increasing
The third annual* Florida. In Chancery, pntltlnt .
: Weekly from Home IVraonatratlon of convicts for the state road aj.r.:; Tnwumhlu. .. 5 Month, !J1! ,
Stock Show and Sale to be held l accidents in Florida Industries Dnnlet, Plaintiff v. Myrtla ) Eat containing; 10 .
.1' i
TallahuMrejSAFETY By SPUDS JOHNSON department. He succeeds Caspain defendant and the ,teller prayed for ten. .
$, *
Specliilliitu L here' March 18.
10 will meet !
'In Jacksonville on March 9 and I I i I Hale. The position pays $3,600 a tielnic t Dlvorcx; that I he defendant In The assessment of tlv

i will be marked by the largest! exhibit I I a reKident of IInineKVllla, (Io'orrria.I. erty under the said ..i '
}' AT HOME; PA KM; EXTENSIONOKK: that have '!, "KNOW FLORIDAEEK": year. I IM over twenty-one yearn of age and tied wa In the nut!
CO ia of fattened steers I' 1 that t them In no person, In the Stale' Ham by.Unle.
at home" the mariner HAH! SERVED: FMiHIO.VSAGKICrtTCKE I I of Florida nervlOK upon whom would .
"Safe. safe been shown since the event was I TALLAHASSEE Governor YOUTH HILLED: said certificate .1'
YEARS: bind' % Katd. ,defendant.
( L sang In an old 1 song; but Is ; 29 established in 1935.: 'Cone asked citizens to observe MILTON-Jack Wilcox, 20. was IT 13 ORDERKD I that the d..f..n"Iyrll. deemed dencrlb according therein; tn. luerty wll\\ :

.
home really so safe? The National I, "Know Florida Week" beginning ant .. Daniel appear to the Bill) the highest bidder. d i '
hold! at .,
extension work as Beef cattle will a prominent injured fatally near here when his of Complaint on the fith day of q.1
that in Agricultural house door on the first
a
ETI'dMII Safety Council says including the system 'place m the Little International j i March 20 and "National BusinessWomen's automobile blew a rear tire and April 1937 ntherwlHe a decree pro the month of April, I I'.i.,7th '!';: \I. |
ingle year 23,000 persons are killed now organized [ Week" starting Mar'bH. confeitNo will he entered. arraln..thPUfl'.r bib lay of
I: Livestock Show and Rodeo to be ditch. He ; April 19"-
;. and home demonstration turned over In a was on her failure I tn appear.
.
of county Dated thin .
11th da)
and nearly 3.000,000 are Injured : : > "r I i
"I I, will compete 23 staged by(the Toreadors, a student his way from Pensacola to his home further nuntSRED.. thee thin 1917.
In nome accidents many resulting agents. of ; -. Order be published once it week for (OFFICIAL !SEAL' )
I of activity during the summer organization in the University in Panama City. A passing motor- four rnnRecutlvft week In the Bradford A. .1.
( from carelessness or neglect. years PLAN DRIVE ON !SLOTS THOM.tH
What '. Florida College of Agriculture. late where he County Telegraph, a newspaper ,
.' of 1937. Acts of Congress list took him to Bagdad Clerk of Circuitof ,
More accidents are caused by I 1 of' general circulation$ .published In ,
ftog, oranyway* else. Next making provisions for this work 'In April Farmers from !all sections JACKSONVILLE- Florida died In the home of his uncle Lee Hrndford County, FloridaW1TNRSS 2-12-5I-3-1Z Bradford CMII),, .

| ,,, I Imouy falls than anything In 1914 and became of the state are Invited to attend ,Anti-Slot Machine Organization Brown. The body was sent to Pa- my hand: and the official -
burns, scalds and explonlons were passed I neat I of salt Court this the 4th
f come >OTICB OF1
7 and educational announced It would state APPMI ,
I and suffocation. effective July 1. 1914. this annual entertaining sponsor a nama City for burial. day of February 1987.A. I FOR T\\ lIEU: "llf''\
:
There'making then asphyxiation event. Plans for this year'sshow wide campaign March 14 to 20 to ----.-- J. THOMAS! (eniite Bill 'Ii... HUI) .,
Poisons cuts and scratches also However, the actual beginning of clerk) of Circuit
Court
I I
NOTICE
IS HEREBY
provide for the most complete obtain public sentiment In favor of FORGOT FIREPLACEGAINESVILLE : '.1 I VI '
take their toll. Few of these last extension work in Florida was in ; llradford County, Florida O. W. Hall holder of Tax .
The prir) k. program ever presented by the 1937 legislature repealed the T FRANK: I-A.NDHI'M No. 477. issued, the 3rd In
Mrs. David s
of under the '
but then
can be anticipated some 1908, and It was Attorney for Plulntlff.,
Ing and the Toreadors.At 1935: slot machine act next month. UBt, A. D. 1931 has filedmy "
;; them would not happen If all Immediate direction of Dr. SeamanA. Hugon, working In her garden 3- -61-4-I office and haH made. "n 1 ,

productf household equipment were overhauled Knapp, financed by the General I special meetings being held ---.-- looked up and saw smoke issuing for a tux deed to be ecu. "'
1ble fUy HfSBANU GETS POST ISOTlrH OF APP!.TCATION: Said certificate embrace "ti I
and made safe to use. If Education Bourd and supervised by by Extension Service workers cat from the chimney of her home. She FOR TAX I Ing; described property hity > .

to 1 shelve were put up for storing poisons the U. S. Bureau of Plant- Indus tlemen are learning about the new DAYTONA BEACH-- .}In: IreneE. rushed to the telephone and called I XOTICE'Men*** Bill No.:.i"n: t i of Bradford, State' of !I'wit

men j : or dangerOUH material..,. If try. That year seven county range program of the Agricultural Armstrong "gladly" ended her firemen. When they arrived she Brooker Turpentine IS HEREBY Co.OIVEN, Inc. holder That Kant: Half of Northw'

5 more cos windows and doom were checkedfor agents were appointed and worked Adjustment Administration and brief, stormy term as mayor and met them at the porch with ..anapolo&y. I of Tax Certificate No. 30, Innued I the ter of Section' 26 To" > n
betterand 3id day. of AuKunt A. D. 1931 haft South, Kanira 22 Eant.
[ easy operation. part lime in the cotton growing the way in which they may coop- turned the office over to her hus "I forgot I had started a filed) name In my office and has log; 80 Acres, more. ot i J.

| ma.) I ,H: counties of northern and western erate and receive payment for their band. The city commission accepted fire In the fireplace," she explain- made application for a tax deed. to The assessment of the -a I Ierty
Some of the falls from stairways
kto makpmore be iHHiiecl under the
< thereon. Said i'ertIfIatembracps nald <<"r.'f
and steps could be averted If there Florida. Principal duties of these cooperation and participation in her resignation and Immediately ed. e the followingdecrlbed.1 sued wan In the name "r r ,

er were to for the the program. Many are planningto appointed Edward H. Arm- -. .property In the County of Bradford Dun Icy. .
agents prepare
roonqth were a strong handrail the lengthof I State of Florida to-wit : t.nlees. nalil certificateIM I, ,i
I
> the flight. Falls are more common advent of the boll weevil by encouraging employ one of the optional soil- strong to the post he gave his wife MAN 79, IS FATHER Kant Half of South-East Quarter deemed according to Ian If i..

marnttr their farms. last Dec. 10, and Which she defended of Section erty described therein '
farmers to crops building practices on : 33. Township t u ""I
too on stairs that are badly llght- grow TAMPA-A six and a half pound I South flange 20 Eant. containing! ; to the highest bidder .U. Hi.houxe .
with armed
'- to the fcu1tur.i ,d. It may be possible to put in other thun cotton. The boll weevil To get practical Information and guards against ouster daughter was born here to the wife 80( acres more, nr |esn. door on the firstl' I

Invaded Florida In 1910.( experience in Judging slaughteringand ( efforts of a governor.'I.TrON The annexHmnt of the saul property the month of April 19X7 v
( a window or two-way switches at ... of Alfred O. Knapp, who is 79. It under. the sat..) certificate Innued the 6lh day of April I finUated ';
m&nyeH the top and bottom of such a flight. After four years Congress recognized grading animals, 20 studentsof --- i la his first child. Both he and Mrs. wax. In the name of Robert :Mtithew this 11th day ,,[ "I'.
livestock in the of .\\ GROUND: OPENS 1'nlenH nald certificate 1937.
the value of the service and University shall b.rt..ene,1
Many people who have young chil- Knapp have been married -
concIu1 previously according to law. the property ; (OFFICIAL SEAL)
farm dren put up baby gates at the top made a small appropriation to supplement Florida College of Agriculture recently TALLAHASSEERegistrations but remained childless. The dencrlbed. therein will be Bold A. J. THOMAS

farm a oquantit3 of stairs or steps. But often children the monies allotted by the made a trip to !Moultrle for the first all-college aviation I father Is a retired linotype opera- to the door hIghest on bidder the first at Monday the courthouse In- of Clerk Bradford of Circuit Count"'' ,r

J too young to walk, climb upa General Education Board. The Ga.. where they visited and inspect ground course In Florida State tor who worked for 38 years on the the month of April 1437. which I I. I 2-12-5t-3-lS

flight of stairs nearly to the work was conducted in Florida Independent a big packing plant. College for Women. Instructionwill Boston Mass. the 6th day of April. 1937. '
He
f We can> Transcript. Hated this 26th .day of February. :.NOTICE OK APPLICATION
< tory whj, top and then topple backward. Top of the State Agricultural Feednlg trials with Florida Cattle Include information about navigation came to Tampa two years ago and I I 1937 vOFFICIAL FOR T\\; hIRES>

profltat and bottom gates would be better. College from headquarters at at the north Florida Experiment;! meterology, air traffic met his present wife. ( A. J.SEAL THOMAS) ("le..a.. Illllo 10.1))
I NOTICE IS HEREBY -
,
', Tber ? Outside the house steps to Live Oak. The Florida Legislature Station Quincy have proven of rules, airport operation and kin- Clerk of Circuit Court I L. A. & Stella Johns hold Ol\i '

porches and doorways are exposedto appropriated 95,000: per year from great interest to cattlemen. The dred subjects as well as something MUST VISIT Nt'DISTS 3-5-5t'4-2 of Bradford, County, Florida Certlflcat* No. 425. Issued 0'I .,
f volved I day of August A. V. 19.11 I .
f culture f rain and dampness. They may 1911 to 1914.Beginning third year of these trials was recently about different types of planes and TAMPA-County Attorney John I I -. game In my office end ha <.' 1.
'
not reveal a rotten condition until in 1912 some demonstrations completed and cattlemenwill I engines. Classes to be taught on I But Sutton protested but he's under 'O'I'U' 0.' RLKfTIOV: plication for R tax deed I.. > ..
trol Fly the
of ; I power vented I In. them the thereon.. Said certificate ..
ruch aect someone has had a bad fall or a with tomato canning be informed of the results in I the campus, will be started March Instructions to visit a nudist 1 I I Board ot Public Instruction of Brad the following: described pip mi

pe wrenched ankle. Frequent irmpection club girls were conducted in Florida the near future. Many cattlemen I 16. camp, and the camp's rules are visitors :t election ford County to be Florida held hereby on call an Florida the County tit Bradford s- ,
TII..daJlprll to-wit
,
:
and prompt repair when need- and the home demonstrationpart have arranged their feeding programs must stroll around in the 1 ,\ 0, 1937, at the School House Northeast Quarter of S'II< I.

e: ed would avoid trouble. of extension work thus had its from trials conducted by the I of the state association. nude. Council-Member Nifk Nuc- In Hampton Starke, Lawtey and Quarter. Section 20) Tow ,.1 h
Oraham, Special
Tax
r School DlatrlctH South Range 22 Kant,
A: Toys, cleaning tools, and other beginning two years before the station at Quincy and the main I Their stock having suffered rather clo, who got as far as the colony's I number 2. 3, 6, and 11 re.pec.tlv..ly Ing 40 Acre, more or lest-',

'r PKRIH. articles left on the floor also CItUllefall. creation of the Agricultural Extension station at Gainesville. severe losses from the screw gate, Is to accompany the Ir of Bradford County, for thepurpone ) The assessment of the talil
county tit electing three trtintee I erty Under the Bald certlflrati,
I .. This hazard may be due to Service. Cattlemen from sixteen counties worm during recent years, cattle- attorney. Nuccio reported he had I I and fixing the mintage for the ensuing was In the name of W. B. Hl. ,'. f

1 U I Jack of well-planned storage places Under the present set-up which assembled at Klsaimmee recentlyfor men are striving to hold the great started a one-man investigation I For two the purpose year In of each. holding district.nald I 'deemed Unless t Bald certificate' shall
< according law
CornFe ,: and again offers a chance for making has existed since July 1, 1914 the the annual meeting of the gains they have made In their fighton but back out hurriedly when a hostess I I election the followingare appointedad dencrlbed. therein will therty '<,

the house more convenient and United States Department of Agriculture Florida State Cattlemen's Associa- this pest during the past year. fully dressed told him at the I No manager:i-Hampton: Florida-Man to hoiie the. door highest on bidder the first at Monrti t ih,

L safer. the State of Florida and tion. They reelected P. E. Wil- Federal and state workers in the gate he'd have to abide by the Johnson.. Luclan Johns Henry Saxon the month I of April, 1937, nh )' .

If the house does not own a the counties cooperate In financIng liams, of Davenport, president of campaign against the screw worm L rules. She pointed toward a disrobing No., H. H.3-Wiggins Starke, clerk.Florida-N. D. the Paled 6th. this day 11th.of April, 1937
day uf F"i
j sturdy stepladder now Is the time and supervising the work. The the organization and changed the are stressing the Importance of room. "Lady, I'll be back Walnwrlttht. Sr. I. I). (Oreen C. J. 1937.

to buy or make one. Too many Agricultural Extension Service Is by-laws whereby each member of I frequent inspection of stock and I and I'll bring the law" Nuccio I Powell 8 J. F. Klckllter, Clerk. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
pro Lawtey, Florida
l falls are caused 'by standing on a division of the University of an affiliating county association prompt treatment of Injured and I claimed. So far he hasn't agreed I 1 I Jltto'::.., T. J. Terry; William: Morgan- Fred, A.Clerk J. THOMAS.of Circuit Courtof

teetery chairs or shaky boxes set Florida College of Agriculture. Its I becomes Infested animals. on a date Robert Blanchard, Clerk. Bradford County, Fl l l2125t312 lit
automatically a memberof visiting with "the law. No. 11-lira hum. Florida" -J. A. J.,
k'k'r on chairs to dust, hang pictures or State Home Demonstration Department J Livestock raisers are now busy eo I McKtnney, John Surrency Frank

r ; curtains, and other jobs. has headquarters at the this work. Numbers of the planning and planting feed crops I CHECKS IT ON BOOZEGAINESVILLE I, 3-5-DI-4-3 Reynolds Riley Wasden, Clerk.. :XOTICK OP APPMC4TIOM

Metal screens, properly installed, State College for Women In Tallahassee. agents have been conducting the;' for their cattle next fall and winter -The old method (Senate FOR TAX Bill DEED NO. iea: >

will usually protect children from work for ten following the advice of Experiment i VOTICB OF1 APPMftTIOV NOTICE '
or more years. A. P.Spencer of the law in "buying evidence" FOR TAX DEED IS HEREBY OIVEN' I'uit'

falls from windows and at the same Demonstrations on farms, In vice-director of extension, Station and Extension Serv'I''I seems to be slipping into the museum l"ena<. Bill :No. J8.1) Certificate L. A. & Stella:<10.John 428 ,Issued holder th>. I'm'.r
t time will keep out filed and mos homes, and through boys' and girls' has been In the service continuously I ice workers the home-grown I category so far as dry Alachua NOTICE IS HEREBY (lIVEN: That I day of August; A. D. 1931, hat "I'd i
quitoes. 4-H the cheapest feed. I W. 8. Bluley! holder of Tax ('..rUfl- same In my office and has m adl '
clubs
are for They are also U 1
an
Important part twenty-three years. County Is concerned. State Attor rate No. 878 issued the 71 h.. day ot! plical Ion for a tax deed to b< *red
&' making plans for the 1938 calf r ney J. C. Adkins/when questioned I July. A. D. lte.o has filed) same In I thereon. Said certificate ,"mh'IL:
crop one of the most Important my office and: ha. made application I I the following described proper
concerning certain points contained for a tax deed to be issued thei eon. the County of Bradford, MIT-'
phases of the livestock Industry in In five bills of complaint filed Said certificate embrace the follow' Florida to-wit:
the state. i ing; dem-ribed property In the County Northwest ,
Quarter of South a"'.fQuarter
against alleged liquor-dispensing! of Bradford, State of Florida, towlt Ex. 2 Acre In S< if.

establishments here this west Corner Section 20 To*
week ne-
Commence at Southwest Corner. hip 7 South. Hans 22 F'a-
4 DRINK vealed a new method of obtaining ]I of Southwest Quarter. of NorthWest containing.; 88 Acre, more T

1. testimony In such cases. Under Feet. Ouarter for a point and Run of beginning East au:< I......

the new setup an automobile license I belnir' CO feet Kant of Railway The assesmviii of the nalil p
track thence Kant 690 ty under the said certificate i II" I'
0 l tag or telephone number may I North 625 f..ptV..t 829 Feet feet was In the name of W. L Bung

Identify one as a frequenter to an I to'a point 50 Feet East of Rail- deemed Unlena Maid certificate shall tv
according; to law. the (
way track thence Southeaat p t
alleged liquor dispensing establishment with Railway 6..:' AT -and beirlnnlnf, Section highest bidder at the
as a result, such 13 Townhlp. house door
D on the first fond\
South
11t -w person be Range" 23 East, (>nlalnlnrr the month of
I ; may subpoenaed to testi 11 Acre April 1937 whO
LUNCH i'.5 RECESS more or lee. the 6th., day of
April 1937.
: fy in open court concerning the The a.H..m..nl of the said proper. Dated
under this llth day o( Fe>
p 5 viiwt -. business! transacted. ty the sail, certificate Innued I 1937. .
AFTER wan In the
SCHOOL name of J. P. Padg-ett. "
Unless Bald certificate;: shall be re (OFFICIAL SEAL) 4

(rj' ; L STARKE COCA-COLA HI-NNKLL, HARVEST BEGAN erty deemed dexcrlbeil According therein to law will, the be prop Hold A.Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit CotitCounty
of
"', _ ..-1r' _ !-. BUNNELL-Harvesting of early i ,to,..uw..the, uoor.. hlKhent on me_bidder rirnt!. IIt the court 2-12.5t-3.12 Bradford. Fl) 0OTICE
: 1 Irish Monday I In
''; .. BOTTLING CO. 'potatoes began In the Bun- the month of April,

I( nell section according t* reportsby the 5th day of April, 1937.1917. which I I" I NOTICE% 18 OK M''r.R' '"I..: .
HEREBY tl
Dated thlM 3rd. lIVEN
t day of :March
Harvey H. Tanner local grower. J9S7. under and by virtue of and purkut

: The first spuds were dug in (OFFICIAL< SEAL) to that certain final decree of "rr
: A. J. THOMAS. closure and order, of sale dated P
Clerk of Circuit ('OI'rt' ruary 17th. 1987. made ent- -1

I ..,.. .iii: : A Three of Bradford County. Florida. by the Honorable; A. Z. nd11') ,,.
Days' Cough 3li5t3 of the Judge of the K; ,
\, I, Judicial Circuit of Florid
." ;:: Is Your :\OTI'Jo. 0.' 'rPl.l(-\TIO%" Chancery, In a certain cause
4 DangerSignal FOIl ... Inir in Bradford
T'\; I ;Jon County li
lISIN C..f.1 .0.""' (Xrnnte Rill >... IK.1: Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flor..
.0'0. of I._ No matter how many medicines | NoTICE .IS HEKKBY (1IVE) That Chancery, wherein HOME OW!':'"
,' W LOAN
S.tlbl./; .
holder CORPORATION ,
have of
you tried for Tax Certifi a cor
.... ....... your cough chest
.0' cold or bronchial cate No. 617, 'Innued the 2nd., day of tlon. etc.. wa and H plaintiff
./ p.,. BIG DI_ get relief Irritation, you can July, A. 1>. 1934 has filed name In J.V, ANDREWS. JR. et. al
now with Creomulaion. my office and and and
\ IDE DS. ha made application' are defendant, wher
Serious trouble may be brewing and for a tax deed to be ltied thereon T Frank Landrum wa appo
you cannot afford to take a chance I Haiti certificate embrace the follow Special Master In Chancery tc
with anything less than Creomul-1 Inrf described property In the County elite sail decree; that I have I
: slon. which of Bradford, tftate! of'Florida upon all the following des
to-
,
: : goes right to the seat wit lots,
i&: : tract, piece
or
of the I parce
:14fIt Get both- HAROLD C.WALIT soothe and trouble heal the to aid nature to East 27S Feet of North one- land; situate' I lying; and being .
Inflamed mem- i i halt of Northwest quarter of County of Bradford, state of '
branes
as the germ-laden phlegm i Southeant Quarter Section IS ida and more particularly doe,
is loosened and expelled. > Townnhlp; s South: [Bang- 22 II..* fallow: -
Even if other 'I Rant. Containing I 6 Acre Commencing
flr'A remedies have mora ; at the !Soul'
85 HORSEPOWER failed don't be discouraged, your or The leu* corner of Madlnon and Bay Jt
druggist 1 is authorized I assessment of the said property In the Town of Starke, Ft)
'\ to guarantee under. the
said certificate thence
l Issued run South along tht
I r-7j Creomulaion and to refund your wa In the name of Joseph .Icle, of Bay Street to the N
It ; ft/If/ money if you are not satisfied with Ito It. cast corner of Bay and LaF. ..
results from the very first bottle Unlns said. certificate hall ba re- streets' thence East along 6<
deemed ....
4l i t p Get Creomulaion right now. (Adv I .orfllnrr to law the property North lde of LaFayette ntre"treet -
l d..crlh.,1
PEAK therein will be old a thence m
ECONOMY JNIW .. to the North" n
highest
eta
bidder at the court Went vide of said to Manl
houee door on the first Monday In eon street thence Went along tb I .
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy the month of April, 1937. which I I. Hide I of Madison .trs'
rcleh
!ii i the 6th day of April, 1937 beglnnlngBald blo-l.) >;'

HIOH-COM'IIIION You get all advantages-you PIBMCTID MTBtAOUCBS.AKIS 1937.Dated this 3rd, day of March, land being 281 feet East and Von wt
Many Iran
VA1VI-IN-HIAD INOINI Experience Makes It Feasible for Me to Render (OFFICIAL, SEAL) l'Iouth.' the North and 495 North .OJ:"i*
EFFICIENT!: PROMPT and A. J_ Bounded on the North >:
sacrifice COURTEOUS SERVICE THOMAS Madison .
nothingwhen B '
street West by
.
NIW AU.in.tNT. you (Wlm DxiMeWkrtlMlsti S* eUskasSAHTY .' >.* Irak* MODERATE: PRICES of Clerk of Circuit Court .street on South by Lafayet"mreet. )
Bradford
ALumn goons buy a new 1937 Chevrolet FLAT OLASS ,DeWITT C. JONES 3. -5t-4-a County Florida.. a* the. East J. o.by Alvar.a street home and known place.excepting .

(lni Starke Florid ? from the above descrlbi
;.NOTICE
mz- with New Alt ABOUND OP APPI.IC\TIOV: land
High-Compression I FOR S1.or parcel of land
TAX I KKt> ".. to J. L.
: ( 1 iw*an eon) (Meant Bill No. 183) follow Peek d..rrth..d&b'
NIW DIAMOND MOWN Valven! .Head NOTICE M HEREBY commencing
east
OtV Ba
Engine .INUINI nsHii NO DiArr That M. M. N, corner of Madleonand
William, .
SMIDUNI OTUNa Certificate holder of Tax '"eta In th. Town of Stark
VINTUATIONSHOCKMOO day of No. 2S4, issued the 5th., 1 Florida thence run South on Last
4 filed September: A. D. 1932. ha* side of Bay Street U. feet thi Me'

IMP.OVID UDINO _ IU'U-U.. For Expert RepairingSmith's earns In my office and ha I Fast ruin 80 feet thence run s,IIlt, : ,
.mI b.a1 application for m tax deed to 132 feet. then('. run West ICof c
KNII-ACT1OM RIDI i tinned ,;
thereon.
... ._. USING Said
''CA na.or.nOll embrace certificate' beginning: 54 feet, said per
tat watrawM) (at M extra m) In the followIng described land being I th. North.weSt;
property the
County of Br.dford.l'Iollt".II' ncr ot block 0
known J
tate as
4 c-.I 11I-. 1"p, CHETKOLLT: : MOTOR DIVISION .<<_,,___5'-1 of Florida, to-wlt: Versa home place,
-- .. ...._ d .roJ 11I_. StoIft CSTPOTMSDETROIT. Quarter of Northeast And that ,
( s.-u., M..t.r /V l.... Quarter of Northeast Quarter ,1 will on the Rule t>
p.- MICHIGAN ......Mly.- GaragePhone North Half of 8outh.a.t Quarter& within April 197 to-wit April 6
the
of Northeast Quarter legal hour of sal'
: Section 14 front
Township 5 South Range of ""- East Courthouse dc ..
Rant, 23 the City of Starke, Florida. t'
fV .....containing. Acres, more .a.id land for sale, and nell! .h.. CI
Torode Chevrolet Co. 12O Th"-........meti of the Maid .. the highest and beat bldd.pn .
property cacti 10
under the said certificate. i. fee.. satisfy crud Pay 11..1. i
> and
sued all
wan In the Court cot anilT
name
of H. O. ..
Grant. ..
Wrecker Service hole.* said e
Day certificate
or Night deemed shall be re.
STARKE FLORIDA lin-arding1 1 to law, the prop SHANK LAll VftUl'(.
.I.Ih. I I to erty the decerlbed therein I wilt be void I '** Special Master In Chai'
highest BAXTEP.
bidder at the court. CLA TTON'.
house door en the first t.tr 1'lalDlltt.
Monday in :. I lfer




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MARCH .. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.!: FTLORm.V $taE SEVE3TTVKKE

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,' CHURCH DIRECTORY !I DA LULUAMMET 'S Gasoline ConsumptionBradford I SLATE! HOfNDVRV P \..TRLI $ news in that it is a tad crammer

I I I tary on justice that priHoners have
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Gov Fled' P Pone of Floiiila
Rev. C. B. Price, Pastor I T E TUE II Book Review Counttans who drivegasoline would, seem to have been well-ad- actually been freed without any
p notice the
Sunday School. 10 o'clock a. m.. I buggies, fell short on their vlscd In ordering discontinuance of to sentt'nclng.udge: \ or
the prosecutor' the two men who
riding during the month of January -
j Thomas, Supt. the road patrol which guarded the
: as compared with the monthof state's border know more"about whether a pardon i
Morning: Worship, 11 a. m during the last two
December, 1936. Presumable winters. Is Justified than anyone else in the
B Y, P. U. 7:15 p. m. ]
Evening: Worship 7:30: p. m. i! V o !J!!f tAa.yts..n. The Story' of the All-Nation rrl.1 the unusual early strawberry season This patrol was supposed to keep state By all means a list of all
which sent applications for
scuttlingto clemency shouldbe
everyone
S S. Teachers Meeting:, Wedne.day .- N 0\el CompetitionIt penniless' transients! out of the

| ] 6:45: p. m. The Story Thus Far: Selma tenant handed over" It was for was In 1934 that the Idea for their fields had something! to state Such people It was argued, referred to the officials back ,

Mid-week Prayer service Wednesday LandU. Is arrested for the murderof seventy-five dollars. Stepping to an International Prize Novel con- do with It. There were 8 ,283 gal- flocked Into Florida to escape the home that they may present their

7:30 p. m.ftfethooist. her young husband Robert Nora's dressing table and turning test originated. There had been lons of gasoline used In the county cold' northern winters: some of side of the story.-St. Petersburg:

whom sterloiM death nhocki on the light there Nick studied the prize contests of all kinds In many during January as compared with them had to bo supported by the Times.

Church Hun Francisco on New Year's Eve. check silently. Abrams had another countries; why not a contest in 93,468 for December of 1936. Kerosene state, and others turned to crime. ---.___?__ -
I
Rev B. M. Montgomery. Pastor. Selma watt found near the body in his hand, this one for a hun- which the whole world could take lamps didn't burn quite so But a patrol along any state Italy watchful over Austrian

Sunday School-10 a. m. with a revolver, when David Graham dred. Nick took It. He put the part. In which the voices of many much, maybe father was too tired boundary Is a bad thing. It smacks ward despite truce with Germany,

Morning Worship-11 a. m. I her ex-suitor, cam upon her. second over the first, and held the nations could be heard ? after a hard day's work In the' berry altogether of the passport-and- ____
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Epworth League-6:45: p. m. He refuse to talk, but when the two above the boudoir light. The The plan, since carried out with patch, during January either, frontier nuisance of Europe. It Is

Evening: Worship, 7:30: p. m. I truth Is discovered admits he took signatures corresponded to the last enormous success, was for a pub when only 7,542 gallons of kero- furthermore, poor protection for Approximately 2000.000 acres
You are invited to all these services the gun away to shield her and minute detail. lisher In each country to nominatea sene were burned as compared with the stale Involved for the really of land Is southeastern North CI1r -

I threw It In the bay. Nick Churle, "So that's It!" said Abrams Board of Judges who would select the month of December when more I undesirable visitors have enough Tina are suited to the growth of r

whose wife Nora I* Selma' cousin watching grimly. "A forgery!" from the manuscripts submit- than 9.089 gallons were consumed. I money to come In anyway. slush and longleaf pineFI.U

Presbyterian Church helps the police Investigate. He Nick took the twenty thousand ted In that country the best novel Governor Cone has done well to .

Rev. George H. Lowry Pastor studies. the possible motives for the dollar check. He put It on top of which would then be submitted to Free Aviation, SchoolA I adopt a new policy._ Alachua

Sunday Services: crime .of four people seen with the others. It was an absolute an International Board of Judges County News.

10:00: a. m. Sabbath School. Landis at the last night club he match stroke for stroke, curve for who would select the final prize- free aviation ground school I --- -*.- -- __.- !

11:00: a, m. Morning: Worship. fished: Dancer and I.um Kee, co- curve. I winner. Each country was to give will be held in Lake City on Tues I NO SKCKKT; PAKIWNS DANGERStuff.d :

4:30: p. ra. Young: People's Vesper proprietors, Polly Byrnes, winger, That was enough for Abrams. He a sum of money toward the Inter- Jay. Wednesday Thursday and ,

Service and Phil, her alleged brother who stepped for the 'phone to call headquarters national Prize and In some cases a Friday nights, starting March 9. ':I Slate attorneys are requestingthat "'r. throat. up .heed Natura'a Closed wanly. MMt to ,

Sermonette by Pastor. wall secretly Polly's: huwbanil. prize of its own. The classes are being given' by the ,, the pardon board notify them' Look Out". You mar b. tha aactFI.U ,
''nlt... With cold. Mil fT.ll
:Midweek Service: I "I don't understand said Nora The contest opened on April ;po, Educational Division of the WPA whenever a prisoner seeks a par- all around" rot don't .nd.n..r yourlualth

7-30: p. m. Mission Study. Chapter Nine coming over. "They don't look : 1935: and closed a year later. The and will continue for seven weeks.' don or parole. Their request Is by Ml.Etln -
1
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8:.30 p. m. Prayer Service. forged to me. The signatures seem International prize, amounting to Anyone Interested In further details ;;JI.;;; toma. Had Croa*<
I It was seven-thirty P. M. when exactly alike." about $19.000< > was awarded to The may see an outline 01'the : : .Cr....,Tonlo,,1..'to.your!5 '
Rosewood Baptist Church Peters, the house servant climbedthe Street of FOR EARLY
the
"That Just It," said Nick. Fishing Cat by Jolan I course of study by calling at the ...Ipt... to .ar4
R.v. L. G. Hemingway, Pastor stairs to Nick's room. He car- Foldes the Hungarian entry) I office, off ". armocomaat t5 i
"Just what?" Telegraph< FLU. I'. .- t
Services every Sunday. Bible ried a tray with breakfasts for It Is heartening that from the MORNING HEADACHES Way Aotlon I. fa*
Study 10:15: a, m. Services at 3:30: two. Asta, parked the hall slid "Nobody ever writes his name thousands of manuscripts submit. 1 moua. I. II l I. an. alaallaar. S. Oaat.Ir .
.. .
.
.11)* bowels 0_. a. Baatafatar.
?
o'clock In afternoon. barking between his legs when he exactly the same twice, explainedNick. ted to the All-Nations Prize Novel JUST ON : SPOT 15c 4. Instantly .tt...... baa4-
opened the door. "There's always some slight Competition the winning novel sod kill all Uw H .. : ...... and paint, B, Red Grnaa
BETHEL. BAPTIST CHURCH ItN 4,.M N1. rest 4a car. Tonlo I... STRONG bulldlnclimla
"Good J morning, Peters said variation. When It's too perfect should be one which is not only SA'[ .YR[ : action. .. ...Ip. rebuild .... /
Rev. L. A.. Donnley Pastor Nick, mopping bill hair after a I you know there's something entertaining and important from a ..YARANTSaaONaSPOT trULL :, blood Mill.) for .'..n.ih. ......_
Daa't
dnwtw t d.LMmd on ona r.m.drO.tR.e
"
Services very first Sunday. shower. "Mrs. Charles couldn't wrong. literary viewpoint, but one which wp.l r4.. ..,. It CUSSr DOZDt Crop car Tonla' and gt at
.. .
Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. sleep, so I'm up." Abrams had the office on the subtly reveals all nations, without r.u. ...--.._ .oft:lie : that fold S ..,., lla at aru..l.ta.Fv .

Bible Study and Prayer Service "Good evening, sir," responded wire He told the boys at the other i for a moment Indulging in propoganda. wUTCiIELL'S D+mand and Gee Conufn : rrtpld ,..to..... .". 'h...wri d.'
...... ...__ .
every Saturday night Peters : ro.e.s a '" rah R d c.-
I with a peculiar inflection. end to pick up Polly Byrnes, I The Street of the Fishing J\ ': ORl'Q STORK Hub '(lop Choi CoMi lie. tad Htd. OMIH
St. Alark's Episcopal Church I "Evening?" echoed Nick, puzzled either at her home or at the Lichee Cat Is light on Its BAYER ASPIRIN I i C.... army lOc. funnily. .I.cUe(/

.-.w The reader. Is aurfaces'l SUrke. Florida,
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Morning prayer and Sermon on ,
quick dialogue I Its odd -----------
the second and fourth Sundays at ..
Its rich Parisian atmosphere and
11 a, m. Holy Communion Saints tl ENERGY and BOREE FUNERAL HOME '
moved by Its tragic moments and
Days at 10 a. m. Litany and choir c i
,
practice every Friday night at 7:30: AJVt 4 Its several romances, Idyllic or sor RESISTANCEFROM Full lint of Casket Undertakers 8uppH-

p m. -. .rc did.Each YOUR FOOD AMBULANCE 8RKVICK
character Is sharply and DAY ANt> NIUHT

carefully made a part of the many- WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT 53 PHONE 53 i

colored scene The countless Inci- O. II. '
BENNETT
Mffr. 1
BOB JONES RED CHOI!* LIV-O-Alan-Th. only
dents from the early nineteen. madlcln containing the "7 H.rb. of "" h HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"
Haalth." Quickly claaniea bow.' 1 1f
twenties to the present time, the
Comments On Here Ton. bUddar Invlicoratai l laa y
many loves and hates of these peo- colon action. t) a 1.1 I y atlmulm, __-___- ___,___,_...
And Hereafter ple, the vigorous action of this purifying llv.r bile relieving Con.

7 Y Yrwi Yw |I novel, are surrounded by excellent atlpatlon.Ulllouanrna.Sour Cxrcua:Stomach. Acid Inrtittvailiin' "v anil 6BEASLEY'S i f

talk, dialogue that Is fresh and bitIng other tokening; yniptorn allied! SERVICE STATIO a
The writer has Just returnedrom disorders' which may, quirk ?vinn
i? Ft [ real and reproduced by an author Into more danvftronA dl....,III n.t .
a fifteen-day evangelistic I j who has an ear for speech and at I"" raae that u" anti. nnwnrGet We Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas
.
Campaign in New York City. We t Hrd Croan Uv-O-tlrri" tnttnr.AiiMorit.s ,
j for the rmturnl
had a real old time revival. Pea 'I| ri.1 r "w. ,' a Abrams bil folilrr pulled from alt hu! The Street of the Fishing Cat and Oil---Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. '

Ie, say the day of revivals Is past S /'OCt. llftxtractnlihtchfck as well as The Bridal Canopy by I nm ('lUll' t

This is not true. If it were true, ry. in quntion | Agmon which are January and KEIl'IIM/KKS: .1 FICKTIMEUMATUKI : I BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
ai I would mean'that the day of i j and itastnl it oi
(Christianity has passed. A revi- t Big C'linh Dlitrount to

lal Is just as necessary in rell-'I -- ..- r- I Coiiinilwiluii Mnrrhiint irate !Ij SERVICE STATIONif if
klon as it Is In nature. Fall of the Club. i I'Public Library. "'11'111"1'.IINO'lIllIolI"'

[rear comes and the sap goes down I|I "Yes, sir" aid Peters. "About Found Phil yet? Nick asked Mrs.; H. II Yuung Librarian. I .1. U IIAKUEI.I. Agentlnutey. I Opp. Court House +

l.e trees. Leaves fall and gloom seven-thirty, sir He hesitated him when he toae "; Flu. .
tiles. Then springtime comes i I You especially asked for breakfast, "No," said Abrams. fated. Nick reached over and tried -

he sap comes up In the trees. The sir. That's way I prepared-" : "Somebody heaved this throughthe the knob. The door opened.

:iee3bud. Life stirs in nature and "That's all right" Nick cut in. window last night," Nick told Abrams entered the room and Nick

he dresses herself In robes. of "What day is it ?" ,him, showing him the crumplednote. followed. But both came to a LONGEa MILEAGE !

any colors. The chilly wind! of "Still January first, sir. He standstill just across the threshold

he world sometimes cool the fer- poured the coffee "Such a dread- Abrams; read It. He tried to con Sprawled across the bed obviously

ror of the Church. There la not ful day. The doorbell has been ceal his. surprise at the revelationthat Inert and lifeless, was the

uch sign of life. Then, the Holy ringing since early morning. Re- Phil was Polly's husband, not body of Phil. He wore the same ,

iplrit comes and warms the porters trying to get In and her brother. lie put on the "I knewt clothing In which he had last been

'[Church and spiritual life Is stimu- I then the police" all along" look which is the prerogative seen at the Lichee.

'1ated and the Church takes up "Police?" said Nora, who was of every police official, as "Dead all rightlaid Abrams ,

: ,'anew her task of witnessing for I I powdering: her nose. he looked up."Where's going over to the bed.
Tesus Christ. Pentecost was nor- "Strangled" "dded Nick
"Yes, madam. said Peters. He ,, the rest of It?" he
b mal Christianity. Most churches I cast'an apprehensive backward asked. I "And he was beaten up some before
,have been running sub-normal for I the strangling," was the lieu.
I glance, lowering his voice. "There'lllone "Asta ate It." 'explained Nick.
so when a revival tenant's further comment
any years outside the door I
right now. The little terrier gave a corroboratory i iI
:omes and the spiritual temperaure Nora gave:: a start while Nick bark. He took Phil's hand, unclench ,
to normal some people I I ed the fist and looked at Nick slg. I '
goes up threw down his towel and rose. "We got the address out of Pol- ?
hink the Church has high fever. ,, "Well might as well let him In," ly," said Abrams. "It's some hotelon nlflcantly There. were half a dozen ,ou'lf -9.ef il: ire

e I i 'aid Nick. "How long has he been Turk Street. He started for hairs caught there. I
Just beside the bed broken
I was a
"Revivals are all right for the ,i there? the door, then paused. "Want to
pair of spectacles. the lenses II
f gnorant, That is what a mod- ;i i ipinlatlc ; Lieutenant Abrams was of the give It a try with me?" ,
1 smashed to bits. While Abrams
( school leacher said one 'conservative type, and paused In "Just give me a minute to I CR'OWNGASOll
j through the dead man'spockets
|ime. Paul was not Ignorant. He the doorway he as caught sight of dress," said Nick, nodding. I/leal'ched
Nick looked
i Into the bu-
vas a scholar. He knew phlloso- Nora In., negligee But Nick wavedto "Walt downstairs," added Nora. I
I reau and closet He
came out with
bhy, literature, and history. Head him and he stepped in apologetically i "We'll be right down." I
i a gun.
sat at the feet of the great- "What do you mean by 'we' ?' I I
"Here's another thirty-eight for I N f
ist teacher of his age. Yet, he was' "I hate to bother you like this," Nicked asked her, when Abrams your experts," he,.said.

stricken down on his way to Da- he said. had left the room. Abrams had found a key.

lascus and passed through a tre- "No bother at all," replied Nick, "I'm coming with you." "Can I borrow It for an hour?'

endous emotional experience and pulling up a chair. "Have some "Not cured yet?" asked Nick.

|:ame out of It the mightiest mis- I|' breakfast ?" "Certainly not," smiled Nora. "Sure" said Abrams. "What'syou t tL&t1144

IJiionary the world has ever known "Thanks" said Abrams drily. "I "Don t worry, darling. I won't be locking fur ?" / v ''I

f he apostles were not Ignorant I( just had dinner""Have In the way." "I don't know answered Nick I'

1nen. Of course measured by some | they found the gun f" ask- She slipped Into her dressing "It s just a hunch: i

bf th\world's standards, they were ed Nora anxiously i room. Nick tiptoed up to the door I (To I* continued) moi&i Iruef

\Ignorant. But let us remember "No," said Abrams. "We used' a after her.' -- --.--
|;that they sat for three years at the diver but he couldn't locate any I "T know you won't," he said, I Administration wants to keep!

feet of the greatest Teacher the thing. f turning the key In the lock. "But some trade during a foreign war, I
I
'oild ever saw. Jesus taught I "What about the other ?" be "
guns I'm going to sure. ----- -- -' II _
hem. What a Teacher Jesus was! asked Nick "Dancer's and Lum Nora beat on the door; In helpless I *h.rk. 6 'II ,

ret after three years under Him, Kee's?" rage but It did her no good. '

hey passed through a revival at "They're thirty-eights, all right," The Milburn Hotel was a rickety, I 666cDSFEVER I ,

)>entecost where there was such answered Abrams. "Like he was begrimed building wedged in be-

in emotional manifestation the killed with. But the experts say! tweet two_ stores. A weather- I
,people In town thought everybody they re not the guns that did It." b..aten.elgn uspended over the entrance I I.Kirll TtnlKTS. '1..' t.lft
lit K SO *! llradarbra. aft
vas drunk. John'Wesley Charles "Fifty bucks will still get you ,said that rooms could be ob- I.H.II*. M!..!_ i ,
Wesley and Whltfield had an Oxford two hundred and fitly Selma didn'tlo tained for as little as three dollars Try "M.T'w..ld'. nnt (Jlir
Llajlaacat
background and they had it," said Nick. week i -

nown something of culture from I Abrams fidgeted In his chair and Abrams and Nick left the two

arty childhood. But these men changed the subject.. detectives who accompanied them 1111E WAS

lighted evangelistic fires which "That check I showed you beforeIs outside In the car. The man In shirt FRANTIC WITH '
from GASOLINE really '
The
|saved' England from the revolution okay," he said. "His wife put sleeves behind the desk barely i mileage you get gaiOCROWN

which drenched France in twenty thousand in his account looked up from his book as the IVE TKlEO CVtNVTMINa BUT line depends upon number of delivers more mileage because

load Men talk lightly about just a few days ago." pair entered. He was used to having NOTHIMO SUM TO HtLf things .. It depends first upon it's pure clean and burns up
thousand!" whistled trouble; with the I THIS TIMlBLl ITCH /
"Twenty guests.
things concerning which they have ,.._ .. the cleanliness and completely It is highly volatile,
physical
What this Nick. "Are sure?" "Is Mr. Phil Byrnes In?" asked purity,
never.seriously thought. you TNEA3 A MCW '..
and the first flash of the
:nation needs now Is a real revival Abrams pulled out a bill folder Abrams. Ipl1ARATWN'RVKdifNAT characteristics of the gasoline starts at

fold time religion. The writer from his pocket. He extracted the "We ain't got no Phil Byrne.," Iron( is WONDERFUL ITCH itself. It also depends on how spark. This means less use of the

vas delighted to experience on check in question and passed tt| answered the other. { VJL ISRASITICT I r choke and less wasted gasoline.AASOCINI .
anhattan Island in the center of over. "Have you got a Ralph West?" LATE CROWN quickly it starts, and how little

the metropolitan East a real old- "Did you ask her about It 1" continued "Yep. THAT RYKO is CERTAINLY A it requires the use of the choke- Try a tankful of CROWN

,time, genuine revival. n.. the Nick. "Is he In? WONDER, DOC. It FIXED I foe the more you use the choke GASOLINE today and let ic
{writer' opinion that a large part "Yea," said Abrams. "There's "Don't know. If" room 212. Next MV ITCH ALL RIOMTI
leu its in car.
I the superiority
mileage you'll gel, prove your
of the revival fire that Is burning 'ome monkey business there. She floor.

{in America now was kindled by started to say she didn't give It Abrams signaled: to one of the Ypr 1SN a.m9URYaO 1// }

the proclamation of the gospel over to him. Then her aunt says 'You detectives to come In and guardthe ,

(the radio. Many radio stations :did Selma you told me so your- back stairs. Then he and Nick

have a simple gospel program. It elf. After that Mrs. Landls says walked up to the second floor. RC&i; AdalteCA.
11 i.t of ahe did. They paused at the door of number ,
the gospel that Is the power yea I For Itch (icablM). ringworm, .,ltl.I.'.
|God unto salvation. It does not "Cot any of Robert's checks?" 212. Abrama knocked, No answer loot and oil.., paraaltta .'Ctn Juliet' l ,la
(matter whether the gospel Is =luestloned Nick. ask your drwjqlit<>r RYICO Oui* J' '1 I
or your roon.r b ck. BYKO said In-
I preached over the radio or In "Cot 'em all," said Abrams. "Telegram, for 1.11'Vest," sang I II
church on Sunday morning. It is "They're okay too." out Abrams. trying to alter his! KYKO sold In NtnrUe By I

{the message and not the place "Just give me the,ones made out baritone voice to a youthful sopra Brown's Pharmacy and good drugstores

{where the message Is given tbat"oucta to Fully," said Nick. no.Still 1. .
{ with God. He took the first that the lieu- no anavter Abram hesii i everywhere.



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'a it: PAGE EIGHT ___ BRADFORD COUNTY TELtGIUPR: STARKE, FLORro.\. .. ... -. .. ,.-. -- ---." -'.' .--- ..-- --,. .. FRIDAY.. -.. -,",l\I.\ltC'h\ --1 I""'
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I' --- I I besides sweet corn and Vised by the City Tax Collector be completed this w -
Quick Action; Saves Lives Births r spring with a promise I that this.!Is the _last month for payIng -
Wf3'/ind
Telegraph \ other veget:
Bradford
.1 J':' County The presence of mind and quick Mr and ,Mrs. err1.JJ4oore. f>t the commcmlty obtaining the' their 1930 taxes without a pen- Mrs. W N Cox
AGE 1
; action of Lacy Silcox preventedwhat Ptarke girl, March) 7 ..; canning plant to use the surplus, alty being attached Mrs. E. D. Hilliarc! c
.
Established 1377LORIDA I II might hive< been a disastrous Mr and ''Mrs. S. .' -.Weldon" for home use it looks like the de- -- visiting at the horn, "'u Ien

accident Tuesday night Seven Starke. boy March 7 If' I'l pref sion Is In prospect of being removed State Farm Road Repairs! Mrs: D L PhUl&1J'l.& '.).

MEMBER : members of the IYFI'W' O- W. .TEr from many homes this summer A crew of county workmen with lously ill at this vim' .

I v PRESS ASSOCIAJIONrubliahed I Camp were on their: way to a meet- LA { I I Local shippers are ,assisting ,grader are busily engaged in For news notes ,

tF ing In Talatka when the car In O. f. Phillip, Corr.ap..de.tStruuberry In getting many farmers to plant grading the State. Farm loadHhis the. public please (has- try
e./.t i- \J: which they were riding struck a ,a large acreage of' lima. bean for week. It was badly la need of, ''respondent not nod.
twWr.W lai.
hog near Putnam Hall When the MovementStrawberries shipment grading for,; ''the approaching
..- ... .. .. --- ... car overutrned. Lacy kicked out are moving from I strawberry;'seasorif and,ft'; was reported -: day evening, FOI u., t

r r 1 1f 1z f Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the windshield, scrambled; out and this section ut about four hundred Iroprrty Owners Advised" I Wed/resday that with no printing line see hm, 3

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida released t other occupants: His crates a day by truck for Northern Lwtcy Property owners'! are ad. ,accidents this Important road. will place your orders fm' ," >nat ai

.\ .. .. -- -- ... '" ------ ,{.,ilck action in turning o" the Ignition and Eastern markets Wed i .b.'i 1 _- ..::--

-E.- L. Matthews- __ __ _________Editor and Owner probably averted'' fire that aeeday was the lightest shipment .
.. might have been fatal to some of seen to leave the local platform
.. .. ... -
+ 1 the> passengers Besides Lacy when about 175 crates left for the
f SUBSCRIPTION RATE those In the car were: J. L. Silcox markets A large range of prices 1ta

CO Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance. George Silcox, F. O. Hemingway have prevailed during the past r
} i C. H. Clark, Allen Johns and J L. week when they have sold from 'WAN :

a .. .h. __Advertising_ .. --- Rates.. .. --on. -Application. .--- -- ..-- --- -. Goodman. $2 crates.SO to selling$7 per at crate$7.50.and some Wednes-few : c. TED -

]sl E'rl'd IJAUSON SAYS, "CLEAN OUT TilE CHURCHES" Tip Top Grocery: day most shipments rolled unsold I 1
811,; I'' '. because prices being paid here atl

j I'j! In "a few weeks now home owners and property owners C, H. Nasworthy, owner and the local platform dropped to STRAWBERRIES :;FOR COLD PACK i 11
fylj of > ,
th Tip Groceryon
; manager ?o Tpp around '$3. Some commission ,
and
"clean .
wilt begin to }hear the/ annual.ppringtime plea to up ,
m .. Call St next to the,post office c; firms ,in tbfj:-markets ,are com-
'Ing, or a I C: paint up." However Roger! -.b.Hon r : the great financier whose has been remodeling the front of plaining about, the po r., .quality : Wilt'contract with growers in Bradford County fcuvall the.berries the
,anyway carefully followed by 01i11i9ns of his store for the past week. The and the berries and it
is pack of
.
+ !
I advicti, n money mattep door was placed closer to'the side' *' can hal.stifrom their ;own fields from May 1st to June ,/ i9a7:1 Will
money j?|}, people!, that it is! also: time to "clean out the churches. seems that if snippets are to receive 3e. po'und.t\eCuPSo.2Jnd, returned) "
nays \ for'U'Noiv.l
waJk At
Theref j aniUtha\ step .eliminated. much for their fruit It is f. pay per ( criates Anerries
I milking lje[ was ,recently.: elected, Moderator\ of the Congregational- the same tVtn*, .the windows were going to be necessary to have an taCked loose hi 32'Quart lUnge Top Crates: Berries to be'deIiYer_pthtp-'

f The prii' Christian Church. made wider''I.n/J/ the window ceilings Inspection\ and, let;: each!package: ping 'Wharf in Lawtey. Same to be inspected and weighed byf 4itlejal| Inspectbr .

fine and'fproductfr' 1,9 t Flaring the blame squarely on laymen members of the Inside of the,store were taken be graded alI;<1 '.old"' n,1t. merits ',. or by J. S. Gorman T. L.1 YVainwrigh't[ ,.F. It Carj-adine Q Bi'WhUehead.'T.'T If
f/ down making the interlbr of the 'Elsewhere la trifa issue of the Telegraph
; : Blackburn or J. S. Eunice who will work under supervision of
s albla folr I church Mr.\ Bab'non says, "If we ran our business as we do store much lighter The outside will be seen a report of one .. '
to ( 'in How was replastered with smooth plaster the Federal Inspector. ,; \I\
ay phi 1 our churches, we would be either bankruptcy or jail. reliable commIssion form to their
r If Berries inspection the will be 'paid in (cash for net
K means know their and will| probably be painted an local representative 'regarding the pass growers
when few
| vn the churches report attendance attractive red. This has done much poor quality of fruit. pounds at rate of 3 cents per pound. Those wishing to,Contract to sell their

i better I r membership? We carry thousands of names on our rolls oft toward Improving the looks and entire crop of surplus Berries after shipping seasonta\. over AII.please| get

|and ?, membership who attend church nor contribute to Its general appearance of the store. contracts'All
t, never Spring Crops .In touch with your choice of above weighers and ."sign / contracts
Uo reaktf *: \ support. Twenty-five per cent of the members do all the It would go far in making the town Most farmers in this section are must be made and signed not later than March 15th but to be sure
more CIKToonl more attractive if others would
work and fifty per cent contribute to the support. The rest follow the Tip Top's example. preparing large and planning of .to and put lima outa that 'you can contract your berries at this price'you should sign up'as soon
acreage string
|the ma( are laggards or shirkers. In my own business 1 have no! w beans for shipment, the coming as possible as we cannot pay this price except to those contracting the first t","

ptoo UttK corpses on the payroll, no dead heads. I do not pay any one Ungratefullloboes 600 acres. i
to the t'|' fO1'teK After the first 600 acres have been contracted for we will contract for
& who quit me last year nor moved away. Yet we do that in the One last week IN KM: THE LIQUIDATION OF
night Chief A. L
TUB HANK additional 600 at 2We pound.
"' OK "STAR.KK.' A an acres per
|m .y44-| d ehnrche:} They are excess baggage. Let's clean' house of Alvxarez was approached by a f'ORPORAttOV noiva BUSINKH8 ,
: AT WTAKKE. FLORIDA. Those'not contracting will be paid 2c per pound if and we can use them
[ conclust' all dead wood. It is as important to count the people as themoney. couple of hob cs. The night was Not lie I I.. tMfehy. given that. the butlwe, not binding ourselves to buy berries except from thoite signing .
are any
{ farm st- cold and they'had no place to sleep !Hank: of banking,corpora .
,
le-'I:
1 farm vyr y : thin the el1....:. of the :State of contracts. ,
01: ;" Would the chief'please' let them Florida. .
and" dolt buxinpHH
"
} quantltjf,,, !y' : "Let every pastor write a letter to the non-active members spend a few hours snoozing the Htarke'. Florida, wee*played. In liqui at Contractor will be paid $1.00 in cash to bind (the contract Said $1.0(1( will
We cane t ;', i city Jail* The chief' would, and dation on KeUnlary 0, 1837. and R. considered and will be deducted from his first deliveries
I If' something like this: We have not seen you In church for J. puvlB wHa 'appointed a. Liquidator be as part payment
tory w ( b r did The next morning the men therefor.Vou O. Phillips: at Lawtey will notarize contracts free of cost to you.
proton ? two years or more, nor received your contribution. We would released and and each of you having claim. your
were
went
j their way of any Kind or nature avalnat Bald 'This is the first opportunity.that' the Bradford County StrawberryGrowers
There ; like to know ,If you wish to continue your name on the roll. In peace. A later check-up reveal. Hank of Htarke are. hereby. notified.
that due and have had to of his entire of surplus berries at
dispose
f volved ed that had legal proof of claim ever crop a .
; "If there is no answer send a second or third letter telling they taken a couple of must be filed 1 with It J. Diivln an
r I price that will enable him to continue picking as long as his berries last. '
culturetrol : the city's blankets with them. l.ltiuldator of the Hunk of Starke at
of N him that unless we hear from him within thirty days we I hl. office In the Hank of Starke ,
hulldlnir, otherwise your claim will I
such as f'. will take it for granted that he'no Conger cares to be a member NO"IK I: lie roiever ubdi. .JutrrwlTliv ., LAWTEY LOADING tIT SHIPPING COMPANY J
Tintlce
ect Notice l In hereby l given to nil rreclItfim hi given In cum'pli.nee
per of that church. We would lose a lot of members but we in flHhnanlH. i>f the Estate of with the. provltdonii of Scc.Lion ,
t I Ouviil. n Nolan, d".H.. . rile 6103 and .Section 8104 Compiled:
would know where we stand." vour clnlm. ,.duly nwurn 10, with the General. Luwn o( Florida (BROKERS).
Mniioiatil' "n:. K. 1'Briymnn, County J, !If. LiK. .
FEIt Although Mr Dabson considered conservative when Judge, with plirhl months from the Comptroller. Stale of Florida. t
tin!' p.I "atlon of thlM notice or J-IJ-fH-5-7 J. L. HARRELL. Manager
r dealing with finances! many people will consider him a radical the claim. will forv hi barred. l byntatntes '
of lintitatiorlsN :Buying for John Du1anf'V & Sons
Corntl i ? in his! ideas about church membership. Few churches : l I' WAINWKTriHTAdmlnlHtratoi: ,

FIa. will have the courage to follow his advice, and perhaps that RITZ THEATRE I CANNED FOODS ,
(" '<
is the reason few churches make much progress. .I'II". Kin IIFPOIITNlHrke. I'el/. 2". 1937. RTARKE ..
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Fruitlard, Maryland
5 0 Court In and for Bradford County, I 1 .

WORKERS HAD I (!WOUNDS FOR COMPLAINT IN 1851 crt Florida fur, the on y.account..' 19:10: of taxes aHess- PRQGRAMTHURS.FRI. :

C. A. KNN1TIT, .
Workers who calmly sit down these days if things don't : \111* (uiity Proper Tit a I'ullvitiil ., \MAK. 11-12

r'' \ just to !suit them on the* job should' read the To MalHlirv due f 4.2'lOJl!'
Kit following: Py amount. i-ollcctcil NON: : "As You Like It" I
r rules laid down for of 1'u llaluixiilno $ 4,2 1S employees a large department store in18.V1 Fine A Forfeiture. ElUubettt Bergner
: To rialanie due I.nos.no
j l'' : My amount collected NO\K
Tu Halunrf* tint s.vrritDiiv! ; MAR.
{ 1.t>08gd ISTII.
b "Store must be opened promptly at G a. m, and remain County It"... mill llrlilao
To I la la IK i' due fi.lAi 811. Double Feature
li lisIP open until I 9) P'I11., the year 'round. Store must be swept, By amount collected _._ N'ON'H

: counter base! shelves and show cases dusted. Lamps trimmed, Tu llalmicn Could: due School 0..1" M1,882.tltl 'Code Of The Range'
To flalanc. due _._. .. 6,96258
filled and chimneys cleaned, pens made, doors and windows Hv amount. collected? _-.. NONE I Cluirles' : Starrett OHNS
_, _
To lialaiu due
I opened, a pail of water and a scuttle of coal must be broughtin : *County P.IU'. 6,36388 -AND-
n..fan __ _.
To
by each clerk before breakfast if there is time to do so, and Hy ,,,,,nu,1,, due rollected, .. NOSh 27801))I "General Spanky"

attend to customers ho call. I Tu Ilalanm'I'.tal II.h.lIo..1 title Iteaular... 278001 I Spunky Farlund

To I la lunc. due. .__ 6,277.05 I And All Free Phone
Any employee who is h1" the, habit of smoking Spanish! ; Hy amount collected NON: Star Cant ,
i I cigars, getting shaved at TI barber shop to To HahiMi-e:1'otnl' Nuli-X.-hnul due: ;- 6,277; 06'i'
S going dances and hooded SUN.-MON., MAK. 14-13: Delivery 45
To 1 In lame due .. .._ .. ... 6.387.18
other: such places} of amusement, will meet a reply, give his By amount collected. _._'
1o Haluiue due ___. ____ "6.NONE "College Holiday"Rurne
employer l'e&1on'to be suspicious of his integrity and ,all HrltnUnral. ,
.
A .AllenJiyck'
'
Ta Itulame due
: tHtt<
l i around honesty. Uy amount'rotlected' .. '. .NONIC) << Oenny (EXTRA GOOP)
k I'o M.llaniK. : due, :: :::: 26811Ulilonr'M Martha SUGAR Sibs 25c, ,
Penalnn. Rays r
"Each employee must pay not less than $5.00 FLOUR 24lbs.PILLSBURY 8&
per year tothechurch To Ilsluucedue--< __ __.,*,.. 80S.M
and must attend Sunday School'every'Sunday 1o Hy MRI.amount.'..-... collected due .,:..._.__._. .. NON 20814; TUES.-HBU.. MAR: 10-17 r C, UIIOLK..I UI4AIN-DLUK KOSE51bs. I '

"Men employees are given one evening week" Court Koail lion* ....,...., "SfnglVfe A Love '; 2''"'.0'
a for To UnlaiHt* due I '_ 4,94970 ( 'r'rSong" RICE 24c' .
injr purposes, and two if,they go to prayer-meeting regularly. Tu Hy irnu.mit Halani-e.:, MAXWELL HOUSE (
"After fourteen hours of work in the store, the leisure A Hrlrta. Interent

time must be spent in reading good literature." 4We To Hy Valance umuunt:* collected due MlnklKB. j_ -Fund. 8,46148 NONH IPkjrlciu James Mrlton.EIloi! 'I' COFFEE g lb. 29c ',

i suppose' the main reason there were no sit-down To I la la nte due __ 1,40140 -' MATCHES, 3Pkgs.;,, 10c
'
+ ,
t strikes; back in 1854 was that employees
were too tired out

when foolishness' they got off. t the. job to sit around and think up such_ 1 I COFFEE 2 Cans 25c lETTUCE I -2pr"15c: | :


MS Pkrt nd' FANCY DELlcrp.yJ; ::'
4 .
Y a- -____ i MILK 3 Tall 20c

I Elsie; Robinson asks "How much of you Is real?"' Well, ,APPLES. Doz.. 30c
let's
see nqw. There's our store-bought teeth, our toupee, NO. 1 IRISH

S Klass-eye' cork leg and artificial lung. Gosh, Elsie. You tIt.e i iI

make ,us feel right ashamed* of ourself! $f IDEAL4L POTATOES IQlbs. 29c BANANAS 4Lbs. 15c

,,' t -o _
INSPECT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR WANTS ,'INl1\1EATS
One exchange thinks that a man might not be blue just I GOOD LUCK wllh your U assured the
crop* by I /Quality Meats Lowest Prices-Western'Beef'Only
because he hangs his head. lIe might,, be trying to hide the ...Ient'l I rip blending and fine quality?,pf IDEAL Kertlller -

i birthday tie his wife gave him.. fhtmf famous ferlllUeni breve" 'been brinjcli FANCY WESTERN 's WESTERN: T RONESTEAKS '

>C good lurk-l>lKxer b tUr fatter .
yields profit
:
44 !> I
I' ; ROUND STEAK lb. 21c
A ;-to grocers for 44 yearn Ib. 25c
: Hollywood designer, tells women to wear white if they You'll I ,
.
frt more for '
>oir| and
tf money moremoniy
want FANCY FUM CREAM
to pt their man. So if you see a gal In white boys, you by using IDEAL Hrttnil for YJ COUNTRY Clue.':IIERY.
mir) t as'well'hang out the white flag. I CHEESE '
lb. 22c
i BUTTER
STRAWBERRIES 37c
.-.._'-0__..: I SWIFTS CIRCLE 8 lb.

Florida divorce laws will probably become successful TRUCK. CROPS I SMOKED

,f '', when they acquire half the speed of rumors which precede' FIELD ,CROPS I PICNIC HAMS Ib. 21c
f them. \ In th. Starke and Luwtry arrtlon.Wll SHOULDERS Ib. 19c
't'tY e \ I It SMOKED: COUNTRY PORK


Perhaps{ telegraph companies.---0 have permitted patrons to AL t I II SAUSAGE lb. 25c BOLOGNA ,- lb. 12c|

ore the word "love" free in messages, because they believed if I -

you said it you probably didn't mean it anyway. 1 Wlew, I TUXEDO FEEDS

0 Quality Feeds Ar Lowest Cost

Turn about is fair play. For a while at least, strikers lay I '- xedo 20% Lav Mash 3.10 J Cincy Scratch 2.90

Ip down on automobiles instead of the usual happening of having" OW. a TOOMII MlrtlllltIACItOHVN.il. '...01.."COMPANY" as I Tuxedo Horse Feed 2.40 I d Tuxedo Dairy Feed 24% 2.65
an automobile

1 1IY straddle you. I .
-
: 1. II. WAIJ ACE, Dlitrlrt Rep. e We Pay the following in trade for dozen
There Is Oc-Its| Florida. eggs, nPr :
a bright side to the ,
Ij'I Oklahoma even announcement that an j o I, Mixed 18c 24-oz. White 22c 22-oz. White 19c
college will I
k fine''students $3 each course flunked. Fl'LI. STOCKS! CARRIED 8YJ

,f. Of course, the average father \who sends his son to college'wouldn't CARL JOHNS!' Starke FI",. I Market Price on White Eggs Are 3 Cents Below Jax QuotationsV..aHoh

know the difference between* a diploma or a fine receipt J. S. NORMAN: Lantpy, fl*. r \ : :> t' strawberry crates, peanut seed Red Bliss Irish Petato Seed and lint :1... r
,0 a complete
anyway. IY 1 1 ) very prices. See o. for your wants before buying. -







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