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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 0. 1939 NUMBER: TENmbLiOKRW
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New Member 4J[. F. Brown Elected County Attorney

j7lec1ed Chairman ,I Accident Sunday ___ I Little Itusincss Comes Before ,

[ Next TwelveMonths Afternoon Fatal New Hoard Tuesday 4

; To flog I ",

"wis -- L. L. Conner was re-elected chairman of the Bradford ,

'chair-\ A coroner's Jury Monday morn I County Hoard of County Commissioners at an uneventful or"i 1 ,

', :. ing freed A. E. Wall, Jr from I Kanization meeting held here Tuesday morning. It will be ;
Instruction for 1939 at responsibility in the death of Leroy I his
fourth term as chairman, having served in this capacity :
*Ration meeting held here Adams, ten-"ear-old negro.1) since the death of G. W. Ilinson in 1034. K. S. Wnsdin, new
norning. The nomination boy who was tn3U >tly killed late
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.by Dr W E. Middleton, I Sunday afternoon ''hen, he ran la member from District Four was elected chairman pro tern. "

member, and was seconded I front of an automobile driven by::1 i In a close secret ballot, :II.\ F..Brown was elected county at-

by J. H. t (P Wall torney and county prosecuting

..,-." Moore, holdover According to witnesses who testified s Again Chairman attorney for 1939: succeeding
Santa Monica Calif.- .
member -Damaging homes and other buildings,
:1 T. Frank Landrum who had
at the Inquest, the boy. son
and last miring vehicles and completely blocking off the broad Roosevelt : '
year'schairman. of Edmund Adams, was playing held this position since the ;
highway, rain waters pushed tons of mud, earth, and boulders off
near the highway and darted out: January meeting of last year.
:1:1'I
thefire denuded Santa (
The new Monica mountains recently. PHOTO Into the road just as the automobile Dr. W. B. Parks, county physlc'j

board adjourned SHOWS: Where the storm king dropped in at a tavern, showing was approaching. Trucks on' l Ian since 1924 was re-elected for Ii

water and muck, earth and huge boulders which swept down Big the highway showed where :Mr another year and Ernest Byrd rCOUI.t
after
: a Rock Canyon, into the ocean on Roosevelt highway. This roadside Wall had applied his brakes and house Janitor for the* past

brief session, cafe proved no citadel against the irresistible forces of the swerved the car In an attempt to I fifteen years, was re-employed.

the bulk of the Invader as It surged the building.. avoid hitting the boy. I

business hav- I Testimony was offered by Merrill I w
The
Jones IjtngforilVhlte
ing been disposed -I O. Mc.Mlllan'ull's companion I I ',
BOY ,\rnl'rh'lUl
SCOUTS TO ENJOY HIKES Legion I'o"t411""*
in the automobile. Addle Legett
0 f b Y i matin |M'rin iicnt ctiNtodlu.il of
I DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY (colored), who was playing with
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the old board the jUMt-roinplctciI community
at thetime of
Leroy the accident I
I -- iAY4py ,(l lI lr eater liiiililliiK nil Cull Htrrrt.Tli .
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Monday At well attended and and Jimmy Dobson (colored)I. an
a most in- Denmark (TF) ; Scout Freeman e .> cnmitilvHloiiiTM tabled l .itproportion
,JULETON November's I teresting meeting of Troop 70 Boy Register ((2nd) ; and Scout Billy eye witness. Their versions of the for MiipplifiiPtitlngI

Brought. only one change Scouts of America last Saturday Lee (TF). accident all substantially agreed / I Iho $23 heretofore primUrutl for
sonnet of the board, Dr I Mohican Patrol Scout Mike Dew and a few minutes after !hearingthe I and
fxliunlilng
heating
urraiijceiitontx -
night the Scoutmaster, the Rev.
i succeeded W. P.ho testimony the Jury returned a
having (let) Patrol Leader; Scout Char- at the> ronuiMxIltytitru-
|:. was not a candidate Frank Robinson, announced many lea Jones ((2nd) ; Scout Edgar Wilkinson verdict of "unavoidable accident."" I hotiH
tlon. and activities for the TF Death of the Adams! boy resulted '
plans com- ( ) ; Scout William Baker ( ollulll"lnll..r'a.II... was re-

on Monday, the old ing months. (TF-Associate) ; Scout Jack from a broken neck. officers sa It.l. P. D. Reddish Is seen leaving the I 'IIJI..tc'tl| to InvrHtlgnttt value of

posed of the followingthe I Prominent among these plans I Haile (TF). court house after his first tension n work Ix-lnir conducted by the

were the discussions concerning the Panther Patrol, Scout Arch Tho- OUR CONTEST ns a member of the Hoard of I "'housekeeping project In

Boatdraln Building Patrol Camps to be held on Supper mas, Jr. ((1st) Patrol Leader; WINNERSMrs. County Commissioners. tliU comity to which the I Imitrd '

ed and recorded as fol- Lake, 11 miles East of Starke dur- Scout Buck McMillan ((2nd); Scout I L, L. Conner veteran memberof has. born giving $15 rxpt-nac!

Lewis: $60.00; Titus 01- ing January and February. The Buddy Davis (2nd) ; Scout George R. F. Demorest A. Z. Ad- : the Board who will pilot it money montlily 'I

'., ', K. L. Griffis, $70.00. I I Sponsoring Group of the Troop Flynn (let). kins, Jr., and Mrs.' D. A. Monteith MURPHY SALES I through the year 1939. Tho new board. drew the
._.... .. ... names or between :ZO" to :JOC( ()
. "p riffis offered to pay 55.00 the Rotary Club recently purchased Wolf Patrol, Scout Leonard were first, second and third prizewinners '''A'
\"' nd. Land and buildings and presented to the boys three Smith ((1st) Patrol Leader; Scout In the Telegraph's Second I "goo and lawful' citizens: for

to him as highest bld- good sized tents which will be us- Albert Earl Thornton (TF) ; Scout Annual Picture Identification con- THIS WEEK MRS. HALLIGANKILLED the Circuit Court: jury ho[.

'$75.00. ed on overnight camps. These Brian Harrell (TF) ; Scout Comer test issued in last week's paper. O. E. Trtntono wax given $'!5

and agreed to pay Ned camps will be conducted under the Perryman ((2nd) ; Scout Chester Prizes offered were subscriptionsto GET fur assisting In hospitalization|
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p'.OO: per month from the direct supervision of the Scoutmaster McKinney (TF). the Telegraph and also to a TAXES of ,hi.*III young with !son! who In, nerlouMy -

of school for transpor- and he will be assisted by the A great deal of Interest Is being magazine of the winner's selec- pneumonia.Few

pils to Lawtey Colored Junior Assistant Scoutmaster and shown In Troop 70( both by the tion, and went to the first three IN ACCIDENT

the Senior Patrol Leader on each boys and by their parents. New submitting correct o rmost near- Those 'Who{ Apply Now Important matters confronted

[;moved by Smith seconded camp. The first of these camps equipment has been added to the ly correct, answers Obtain All If fits members
cue ..
carried 'I will be held this Friday and Saturday Troop storehouse and much The fact that '"
and unanimously equipment the Telegraph's J of the new
tlse and will be composed of the received the during Clerk Says 'Was! On Wan Home From :
the Rosier land for I I was by boys subscribers are becoming picture C board, most of
to advertise Woodlawn higher ranking officers of the the Christmas season. A large. conscious was demonstrated by the Holiday Visit 'With / i the pending

fence for bids. Troop and the Patrols. Those portion of the boys are now In possession large number of entries received With last Friday's side, the widely business having -
(bard agreed to give Mrs. planning to attend this outing are: of their uniforms. The and the excellent scores made in :I discussed Murphy Law providing Friends HereAfter ,; .' been disposed I --

fekins the deed to the land The Rev. Frank Robinson, Frank outlook for the progress of this Identifying local pictures that have I for (he auction of delinquenttax of by

Davis School was locate Robinson, III, Enos Hayes Sonny Troop Is a most encouraging one. been used In the Telegraph duringthe certificates, entered upon Its an absence of 21 years, Mr I. the old 1 boardon
Haynes, Mike Dew Arch Thomas During the month of December twelve months. I final and Mrs J, I
past I phase, Clerk of the Court A, R. Halligan of Whittier ; the previous
agreed by the Board to Jr., and Leonard Smith. ,eight boys received recognition at Following\ are the correct an- J. Thomas said lust week. Fri. California, returned to Starkein T&( I day. The

': request of Mrs. Sorchie The following officers and lead- the Main Court of Honor in Jack- swers to the pictures: No. 1, negro I I|, day's sale Included, in addition to December for a visit with Mrs. A'I JThJ two new mem

f for additional pay for her ers were announced last week to sonville for Advancement )In rank. girl carrying clay to Graham col- all delinquent taxes, the current R. S. Fernandez and numbers of bers. Mr. Wusi -

fertlficate, as she was not go into office on January 1st, 1939: Scout Jack Halle (TF) transferredInto ored school; No. 2, Lamar Smith, taxes as yet unassessed, for 1939. other friends of days gone by. ...,. din, and P. D.
as a music teacher and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster, the Troop during the month.On Lawtey; No. 3, Mrs. Mary Adams The opportunity to settle 1939 After a delightful visit here, renewing Reddish from

,aching under same Scout Frank Robinson, III (Life); January 4th or 5th boys will Dicks Hampton niBeach; No. 4, taxes Is the ultimate benefit to be old friendships they left THOMAS District Onecommissions

oved by Lewis and sec- Senior Patrol Leader, Scout Enos be admitted into the Troop and any tung crushing plant at Brooker; obtained under the law, Mr. Thomas Monday moaning, December 26, to presented their as

Smith to pay Janitors Hayes (1st) ; Assistant Senior Patrol other applicants for membershipmay No. 5, E. L. Williams; No. 6 Rob- said and there is no advantageto drive back to their home in Cali did the holdover members Conner.

ited the one week during Leader, Scout Mike Dew ((1st) make their applications but ert Alexis Green Jr., son of Con- be gained In waiting any longer fornia. They stopped In Flomaton, Mallory Thomas and T. D. Dyal
Quartermaster, Scout Freeman will not be received before Febru- gressman R. A. Green; No. 7, Ernest to make application for sale of Ala. and were accompanied from The old board of commissioners

deceiving an opinion from Register (2nd); Scribe Scout ary.The Byrd, court house Janitor; No. certificates under this law. there by their grand-daughter, met for the last time Monday

ncy the Board agreed to George Flynn ((1st) ; Cheer Leader entire Troop Ja expected to : 8.. the late II. E., Lagergren' .No.--. 9-._ The Murphy Act automatically Miss Mildred Halllgan. morning andgatherert ..

i'Llllie McRae for the time Scout Buddy Davis ((2nd) ; Hike- meet at the First Methodist I T. M. Williams, farmer living expires stn-- June Q..r- .,. this Y ear Thursday morning when they ',. ..- u p

'"due to illness this term. master, Scout Buck McMillan Church Sunday night at 7:15: o'- northeast of Starke; No. 10, Dr. J. bringing to a close the "give- were about 26 miles west of Beaumont ,' I the loose ends

,moved by Smith and sec- ((2nd); Grubmaster, Scout Billy clock and will the hour of W Brownlee shooting skeet; No. away" method of auctioning off Texas, on an S curve, the ;' << of business before --
Lewis to pay Velma LeeTF( ), Scout George Flynn during 11, A. W. Redgrave, retired delinquent tax certificates on lands Halligan car was struck by an on- adjourning -
.42 as retainers fee In ((1st), and Scout Comer Perryman service beginning at 7:30: p. m., engineer on "Peggy"; No. 12, Rig- prior to 1934. coming fruit truck. The over- sine die at

a tat suit.Imoved ((2nd). The following were an- have a "Scout Re-Dedication Ser- don children. a Mr Thomas anticipates a sharp hang struck the left side of the '; j noon. All

[ by Smith secondedand nounced as Patrol Leaders; of the vice". The parents and friends of The picture of the tung oil crushing Increase in the number of prop- passenger car, and both of Mrs. ; .... members present -

unanimously carried Bat Patrol. Scout Sonny Haynes all the Scouts are cordially Invited plant was missed more often erty owners redeeming their lands Halllgan'a legs und a shoulder 1 except H.
| gad contracts relative to (2nd) ; of the Mohican Patrol, than any other several contestants during the next four or five were crushed. As her head was V Saxon, who
ase of rings and dlplo- Scout Mike Dew (let) ; of the to attend this service Identifying it as a "new' months. "It Is Inconceivable," he also struck death was probably Instantaneous I was not a can-

not binding upon the Panther Patrol, Scout Arch Thomas Regular Troop meetings will be water plant" in Starke. said "that persons with valuabletax Mr. Halligan, parti- didate for reelection -
irere unauthorized Illegal, and of the Wolf held from 7 to : delinquent lands will sit Idly conscious i and
Jr. (let); on Thursday night Lots of good suggestions for local ally was not Informedof
Did and of no affect. Leonard Smith let by and let the title automaticallyrevert his wife's death who is suei .
Patrol Scout )
( 9 o'clock during the period of pictures to be used In the Telegraph until the following YAL
f moved by Moore and sec- the and : to the State of Florida after He i cueiled on the
The following are patrols overnight camps so that all the were offered and we will endeavor day. suffered two
Lewis and unanimously June 9, as Is provided by the cracked i new board by Mr. Wasdln. The
their members: members may participate In both to out HOme of these ribs a slight scalp wound
carry
.to the Trustees, I Murphy Law. If this is allowed to (other retiring old member la J. M
approve and I Is
Bat Patrol, Scout Sonny Haynes the Scout meetings and the Camps Ideas during the next twelvemonths suffering from shock, Miss
ndatlon of I. B. Cody, happen the owner loses forever Mildred\ Rosier who is succeeded by Mr.
((2nd) Patrol Leader: Scout J. E. as their turn arrives. I Mulligan received only a
of Lawtey Junior High all rights of redemption and the couple of superficial cuts and Reddish.

nd Mrs. Helen Cody as lands will eventually be sold by bruises. Her step-father Mr. Me- The board enters into the new

fin same school for the DISCUSS LEGISLATIVE: PROGRAM WITH ROOSEVELT trustees of the Internal Improve- Cloud drove all night from Ala- year in "fine financial condition".

P939-1940. ment Fund." bama to be of some assistance, und "All bills are paid up to date and
----- Those who have waited to make
his daughter returned home with there is n 0
)CAL BOYS application until they could get outsta n din I gindebtedness"
credit for 1939 taxes are now urge him.Mrs. .
Halllgan'* son, Everett
N WRECKk P ed by the Clerk to take action as Clerk of the
Wald, lives in New York City and
quickly as possible In order to Court A J.
when he received the of
parked on the highway avoid the last minute rush and the message Thomas saidyesterday.
his mother's tragic death he flew
wreck Sunday morning r danger that some applications may .
A 4sL45 from New York to Houston, Texas, a+,
o'clock f r
Road 28 be-
on fall to advertise because of lack of 4 The next
tarke but his plane was grounded, by the
+
and Lake Butler, in Y ifs. time to work them up. matter of vital
e fog and he was ten hours late
five Starke boys received ____ I "The advertising of applications his impor tin, hie c e
reaching destination. Mrs.
'
i of varying degrees of seri- r three weeks, in reality
I requires so that the board
l Halllgun's I
body was accompanied
: ..; I! there Is little more than four will be called
by her husband and
son, on the
Noegel, owner of the auto- month left In which to take advantage '- in' n to decide
___ Southern Pacific Railway buck to'
which crashed into the ;
of the Murphy Act Mr. will be the
establishment -
Bill\ Edwards Whittier Calif., whe.r she was W\snIS
and Willie\ : Thomas said. burled. 'I ofa
ere cut and bruised, but .
--- -- here
I' city-county hospital as a
Avis was believed to have Mrs Halllican was an active 'have
; MUST PAY WPA project. WPA officials
ternally Injured. Clarence ..... I church and civic worker, and her been investigating the possibilityof
Iriver of the car, and Till- CITY LICENSES outstanding qualities of generosity such an establishment and the

Uto were only slightly in- 1 loyulty und religious convictions matter will doubtless come before
j i City occupational licenses must will continue to inspire not
i the commissioners early this
year.
Carter, negro owner of the be paid by February 1st. only those who were near her but I
vas Jailed here until Tuea- k iT1 This was the order given to City also the friends with whom she .

moon when relatives from [_ __ I Clerk Carl Johns by members of was associate Her personality City Bond Trustees
i arrived and agreed to the City Council at their regular was characterized by a sunny

riff's costs and $25 on re- Washington D. C Photo shown Speaker of the House William B. Bankhead, (left) and Representative i meeting here Tuesday night. charming smile a keen sense of the Because Bond Monday Trustees was a postponedtheir holiday
I licenses became due humor, and kind City
the automobile. The bal. Sam Rayburn, Majority leader of the House as they arrived at the White House last week to Occupational a heart which meeting until List night
$75 on automobile repairs October 1 and a large number are brought her friendship and admiration
discuss the legislative program for the present session of Congress which may be one of the most Important .- I (Thursday).
Paid In monthly installf still unpaid Mr. Johns said. with those among whom she
$10. in History. While legislators forecast Congress will stand squarely behind the President In I I City ordinances provide that If associated. .

* from an approaching his armament program, many spirited fights will be waged over farm legislation, government reorganization an arrest U made because of a de- 24,569 sets of twins were bornin

He are said to have bllndi railroad rehabilitation, revision of the.Social Security and Labor Relations acts, the Works i: llnqucnt license the fine shall not truckers, farmers and the United States in 1936. 277

, ad that he eUi: not sec tha Progress Administration and the spend-lend program, proposals to tighten the' law against using W. I I I be more than three times the cost growers consume nome 9,000 tons lets of triplets were born In the

;:the road. P A and other federal personnel In election campaigns and a batch of old-age pension bills. I of the license plus court co U. of commercial fertilizer annually. same year.

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAIUtE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANLn"

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.. .. 17 and 44 of 11)29 hv terilflt 1 'at.-" N"... R1 nnd 266 of The tax.', to bi.
t I ti UI it il i (IIMK hole] )"y 1 Ihr "'I."" !) 1 i\ TUP.MI: or TUB HTITIJ or hv iiitlfn "J* -t\
Christmas Day In SpainThere .id M-II Ned and mill. to lh' hiiihcHlMilder "" .Olt 111.1 nIt and 1":1'1:! .mil' represent unpaid UIXHH 1H'12: and 1133\*:) re>.Npecll"sly and rep- by i fitllliatv N? \n +J.
/ for rush as provided by : UPJI. ,,I'ing >II y affldu\ll flli'il, In for the years/ 192ft I to 1H3U! both Inclusive re.out unpaid taxes for the year! represent Unllllltnx, J
I'huplcr 1N2M1!' of the HI37! nets of that ceitahi anus III Circuit ,Court, amountlnK to $299.Oil.: 19X1: to 103V( both Inclusive, amounting 1930( to Ifl.TJ: bath In. "li,. "A,
i Iho Legislature, upon the following Bradford County, Floi'UIn, In Clianceiy ALSO'! : K'.j' of NWi/t\ of HWiHec. to $66.81. Intr to $420.3! q
"l","'rllx-d real estate In the County entitled Etta H Illllbom 24 Tp. 7 in. 11. 20 1':., 20Acres ( ALSOV'4: of SEW;: Sec. 21 Tp. ALSO: LotKCV b. ,',.
nf Bradford Stale of Florida to- I'lulntlff vs.. Italph II Hllllioin Defendant more or less. 7 S. 11. 21 I:., containing 80 Bile.. 18 Llvingtt',
f4J wit: and I th' relief ,ray.,1 for The taxes to be sold are evidenced Acres, more or less. >'s Addition tu fcl.i
f.olH 1 I. 2, i 8, 4, of I'.lork 16 being Divorce; that the defendant by certificate Nog. Hand 24 of The taxes to he sold are evidenced of NBV4 St..-. 28 Tp ,. 1
e ,.,, I Waid CUy Sfc. 8 Tp. 7 8. It. IH iv resident of a State! or Country 11132 and 11130 respectively and represent bv certificate NOH. 169 of 1931, G04 The taxes to be xolij ,
,, ; .. ::.'n,, K other than the State "f l- unpaid taxes for the year of 1933 183 of 1934 and 184 of 11)34 by certificate No. 291, ., 1'"
.
I The tux.to lie Mold are evidenced wll: 39 North Portage Path Akron liil! to 19il: both Inclusive, amount- and represent unpaid taxeH for the 1929 and mi: reHpe. "? 111.1
I '' < r1I, I If li-ate NOB. 74 of 1934 and Ohio; and that there IH no personIn ing to $24.23.: to 111:19.! : both Inclusive resent unpaid tax.", i .j''4r
t ui'i< '.'in' unpaid taxes for the years the !State of Florida service of ALSO: NEW of NBVi of SW'kSec. amounting to $247.2*. 1928 to 19S9.: both Inch: ; )i'
i'i':"i:' to. "I'i.III.; both Inclusive, amounting summons upon whom would. personally of SE Ing to $140.61.ALSO co r (
t of %
1 Tp. 6 H. It. 21 E., IV( ALSO: SEV4 SW',4
to $1.15.84.I..t bind the said defendant
; Acres, more or lose & 1.1! 2 Acres of HW'i of SW'4 : t33. \ ofLiving
r. of niork 18 Ward City IT IH OUDICHJil: that the defendant be sold evidencedby of Shay' Sec 22 Tp. 6 S. II. 22 1:.. 60 X fit5f0 ,,' ,''I t E
The tuxes to are
I :s, s Tp. 7 8. II. 20 J:., Ralph II. Illllbom appearto and 334 ol c-rintalnlnR 12 Acres, more or leas. & (,'0'8 Sub-dlv. of NK r.
certificate Nos. 26 ",
The to he sold evidenced the bill of complaint on the 6th evidencedby hi "' lEThe
tuxt's are and The taxes to be sold are Hc 28 Tp. 6 :'. R. JE
1925 and 11133 respectively Po
''h l I'llfUato, Now. 64 and 173 of dav of February 19:19.: otherwise represent andrepresent
> certificate No. 310 of 19J1 taxes to be Hold ,
unpaid taxes for the i '"J
decree entered year ,
u confexsu will be
19)1 and 19.1.1: and pro I
respectively for the ,
represent unpaid taxes years by certificate Now 391 ,
/ both amountIng
t 1924 to 111:19.: Inclusive r
against him for hfaflure to \t9
appear -
.k unpaid l taxes for the Inclusive, amount-
years to $92.30.ALSO 1930 to 1931) both represent unpaid taxes i,?,, ;::1
that thin order be publlxhedonce ''
1 1010: to 1H3I.! both Inclusive amountIng ; Ing to $65.71,. 1933 to 1939. both lnclu.H', \ :;
I to $15.35. a week for four consecutive : Rii: ( of NWV. of NJ '/ ALSO: : NM of SW 4 of 410'. to $20.59. 1':1'tnII' '
( i A,80 SK'i' of 8EV Sec. 28 weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Kx. .4 Acres & 1':1: ,(. of 8W'/i of & S14 of NW'i of SE'/i' & SK"/i ALSO: Lot I & gi, ..- .
Y Y Tp 4 H U 22 E. containing 40 graph a. newspaper of general circulation NFtSec./ 10 Tp. 6 S. It. 21 E.or of Nl':'-'. of SWU Sec. 22 Tp. 6 of ilk. 47 lvlnnNtui, 1"Uh, \t"
3' j Cpl i .\n.s, more or las... County ,Florida.published In Bradford containing 36 Acres, more S. K. 22 1:.. containing GO Acres <'o'" Hu h.DI v? of NRi, f
lr' I The taxes to be Hold are evidenced Witness hand and official neal less. more or less 8eo. 28 Tp. 6 8. H. Jt ,i" Nt
my taxes to he sold evidencedby The taxes. to he sold evidencedby The taxes to he
l h> certificate No* 192 and 198 of of The are are Bold u.
I said Court
of December '
this 14th
,,19".1!' : and 1934 respectively. and rep- A. D. 1938. day certificate No... 105, 385. and 65 certificate No. 313 of 1931 and by i-crllflcute No. 39:1: [193.1repreHtmt 'Id,,
1, "ivient unpaid taxes for the years (OFFICIAL 8RAL) of 1932 llt:1:1: : and 1937 respectively represent unpaid taxes for amounting unpaid taxes lui, thly,
i .k t wy '' 1Y j MlIIl: ( to 939., both Inclusive amount A. J. THOMAS, nnd represent the unpaid taxes for 19:10: to Ifl.lll! both Inclusive 1933 to 1939. both Inclup ,I. ,:
ing to $91.46.ALSO ( Clerk of Circuit Court the years, 1931 to 1H30! both Inclusive to $106.64. ing to $20.59.ALSO rum
urn i : Lots 3 & 4 of Block 3 Bradford: County Florida amounting to 6358. ALSO: 81314' of SE'4 of SEViScc. : NV4! of BlocK' to tr
: Livingston Trilby & Cue' Addition 12-18-41-1-6 ALSO: ],:'". of Nli'4' of NKXJ 22 Tp 6 H. It, 22 K., containing tnmrston/ Truby'I r
to Starke In VV'A'" of NEVi Sec. 11 Tp. 6 S. R. 21 E., containing 10 Acres, more or leas dlIn % of NKVi S*, 2111
Sec. U Tp. 6 4. H. 13 1':.. 20 Acres, more or I. ..... The taxes to he sold are evidencedby II s. It. U B. )
was little holiday spirit In Spain where lout week General The taxes to he old are evidenced .NOTICH OF NILH OF 'r.\X The taxes to he sold are evidencedby certificate No. 314 of 1931: and The ta'xea to"he sold ar. ..vldr
Franco starter a new drive on a wide front. Picture shows deserters l hy certificate Nos. 341 and 1100 of ("9JITIFICA'r"4! : certificate Nos. 79 and 263 of 1932 represent unpaid taxes for the yearn by certificate NOB 239: and 111'
Nationalist soldiers 11131 and 1933 respectively and represent NOT1(" : IS HIS11EUY: OIVKN: that' and 1933 respectively and represent 1930 to 1031! both Inclusive, amount- 1927 and 1933 reupectlveh and'
from the Red Army being greeted by unpaid taxes for the years Frank Thomas ban flied with me unpaid taxes for the years 1931 to ing to 2340. resent unpaid taxes foi then
who give them food and cigarettes. 19.10: to IMS: both Inclusive amounting written request. that the tax certificates 19.19 both Inclusive, amounting to ALSO: All NW14 of NE'N' 1926 to 111:111.: both Inclusive. am,
to 5612. together with all subsequent $37.96. of Public Road Sec. 27 Tp. 6 S. IRIC to U04.08.
I lJ.uth.1 Said tax certificates together with omitted or levied. taxes. held by the ALSO: WV4 of NWU Sec. 12 It. 22 J:. containing 27 Acres Said lax certificates togeth. tJ
discuss some philosophical I all subsequent omitted or Levied State be advertised and sold to the Tp. 6 S. It. 21 M.. containing 80 more or less. all subsequent. omitted 01 \il
However all of these things are taxes will l". sold, to tbe highest highest bidder for cash UN provided< Acres, more or less. The tuxes to be Bold are evidencedby taxes will be sold to the hi'
unless bidder nt the Courthouse door In by Chapter 18296 of the 1937 act of The taxes to be sold are evidencedby certificate No. 321 and 354 of bidder at the Courthouse do'.
BOB JONES fruitless to save the people I Starke on the Bill day of January the Legislature, upon the following certificate Nos. 80 and 265 of 1931 and 1935 respectively and represent Starke on the 6th.. day of Jar
the Gospel is In the singing and 1939. at 11:00 o'clock A. M. described real estate In the Countyof 1932 and 1933 respectively and r..pr..nt unpaid, taxes for the years 19.19: at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
In the ministry of the preacher.God l I Dated this the 17th day of December Bradford, State of Florida to- unpaid taxes for the years 1930: (>> to 193!*, both Inclusive, amount- Dated this the 17th.. day a'
Comments On Here 1938.OFFICIAL wit: 1931 to 1U.I9.: hoth Inclusive. amount- ing to $!I3.95. cemhcr 1938.OFFICIAL .
offers no message of salvation ( SEAL) E'A of SMV, & SVj of SWV1 ot ing to I2U.74: ALSO: Lots 1. 2, 3 4. II 12. ( SKAI)
Hereafter I except the Gospel message. It A. J. THOMAS 81S, >4 & 8Vof' S'/' of SW'/i Sec. ALSO: : NRH of NE% Sec. 13 13, 14 of BIk. 12. Livingston, A. J. THOMAS ,
And Clerk tit Circuit Court of 36 Tp. 6 4. U. 20 10:., contain- Tp. 5 S. H. 21 12., containing 40 Truhy & Co's Addition to StarkeIn Clerk of C.rcuac.ur. ,!
Is possible to be entertained and Bradford County, Florida. ing 1(10 Acres, more or less.. Acres more or less. WUj of NEVi Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. Bradford County Flu,
Interested and refreshed physically 12-2l.3t.l-6: The_ ___ taxes to__ ha _cold... .. are_ evidenced.. ._ The taxes to be sold are evidenced II.- -. 22-- E.--... 12-23-3t-I-6.,

At this time when Protestants, and mentally and still be unsaved .
Jews and Catholics are being per- -
"I enjoy hearing that man
secuted In some sections of the preach. lie has such a soothing

world there Is In the United Statesa voice" someone said recently. It

new appreciation of the religious Is not a soothing voice that saves

liberty which we all enjoy. Sometime however much one may enjoy a

altO a minister appealed to soothing voice. It Is the Gospel MUiiiGI

the writer to assist a group of proclaimed by the soothing voice

preachers In an effort to have a'' that does the "saving business."

certain weekly religious program "A voice In a wilderness" givingthe t

taken off a radio elation", because Gospel of the Son of God Is I

from the standpoint of the minis- far better than the voice of an

ters the message was full of religious orator in a million-dollar cathedral

heresy. "Nothing doing" giving some other message Instead :

I said. "I am on a great many of the Gospel. I

radio stations preaching the Gos- I

pel. As long as our form of government NICKIJ3 JUICE A HIT I

permits me to preach the TAMP-Steady progress Is reported -I

Gospel undisturbed I believe( In by Burton H. Schoepf president WARNING GIVEN

permitting any man to dlswlmlnate i of Tamiaml Trail Tours In I

his own religious Ideas as long as his state-wide campaign for "nlckle

they do not Interfere with my religious a glass"!! orange juice. Chain drug

liberty." To my mind we stores, drink stands,, clubs hotels

have toay( the greatest opportunity and restaurants are cooperating

of preaching the Gospel we splendidly while many citrus

have ever had In America. It Is a packing houses have set up special

great Joy to me to know that In juice stands for the convenienceof Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas callson
1939 I shall have the privilege of tourists and visitors. Not only ,

preaching the Gospel by transcribed has the movement stimulated juice

recordings over a minimum of sales all over the state says owners of property whose State and County

one hundred and twenty-five radio Schoef but many points report a

stations in the United States Canada sharp pick-up In the gale of gift

and Alaska. People In our boxes to people who stopped for a taxes for 1933 and prior years are delinquent to

country are hungry for the Gospel. glass of juice.

too What often a pity so that busy the sustaining churches their are IV TIIH O'>'N Pl.OIIIUAl\\lB OP 'I11II-! ST." "'": apply at once if they wish to take advantage of

own ecceslastlcal machinery and : It appearing by affidavit filed In
denominational that certain cause In Circuit Court,
building their own
Bradford County, Florida In Chancery the Act.
programs they do( not have much I entitled I'yruB 9'. Hoover. Murphy
time to preach the Gospel which I'ulntirr, v... Marjorie Hoover the ,
relief prayed for being divorce; that
Is "the power of God unto the defendant In a resident of a
tion to every one that salva-I State or Country unknown to the
plaintiff and that there U no person
e e In the State of Florida:; service
of personal proceHH upon whom
"Go ye Into all the world and : would personally bind Maid defend
preach the Gospel to every creature ant. IT IS oriDEKKn, that the de-
fondant Marjorie Hoover appear to
and lo I am with you alwayseven the bill of romplant, ou the 6th day or in
unto the end of the age." February 19:11): ) ntherwlHe a decree Delay filing applications under the Act may
pro confeHHo will be entered analnnt
This Is a divine command and a her for her failure to appear; that
divine promise. The first businessof his order be published once each
the Church Is to preach the Gos- week the. Bradford for four County coimecutlve Telegraph weeks In a result in property being sold for full amount of .

pel. As the writer has often said, newnpaper. of general! circulation,
Paul who shook the foundations of published In Bradford County lo lor-
taxes thus depriving owners of reduction
the Roman Empire and turned the ida.WITNESS my hand and official any
current of human did not neal of .aid Court this November

spend his time Betting history up eccle- 30th(OFFICIAL 19.18. SHAD which they might obtain under the law he says.

siastical machinery. He spent his A. J. THOMAS: ,
Clerk of Circuit Court
time preaching the Gospel. "This Ilradford County Florida.
one thing I do," he said. There I T. FRANK LANDHUMAttorney
for Plaintiff.
are a great many things that are I 12-9-5t-l-S. I
desirable. It is nice to have a I
NOTIC'H OK H 11.10NOTIPK
lovely church and a magnificentpipe IS HKKKBY GIVEN\ that
organ. It .lovely to sit In all rlKht, title and intercut which
the undemlirned liquidator has In
a comfortable pew in a cathedral and to HubHtantlally all of the remaining -
that is beautifully designed by HHHPtH of the Bradford An average amount of 12.50 will cover costsof
(,L'ountv Bank Htarke Florida, will
some great architect. It is restfulto be offered for Male individually and
have the light filter through ca- collectively at puMlo\ outcry at the

thedral windows of glorious color- ei\Bt!stnrke door, Florida of the at Court It o'clock House A. :M.In an application and the owner can bid in the

ing. It is entertaining to hear won- Friday January 20, 1DJ8.

derful music by vested choirs. I highest Said aimeti bidder. will for cash be Hold, nubject to the to property including 1939 and all
There la great Intellectual stimulation : the approval of the Comptroller of delinquent taxes
in listening to a preacher i the :Slate of Florida and confirmation -
by Court of competent jurlidlctloit. *-
...... without. recourse Said a*.and.et. without will be Bold for $1 and costs, he points out.

rantleH. expremied or Implied war-I
BUSINESSDIRECTORY HUbject to any liens claims,
brances or errors In llallnir.
livery of said assets will be made
only as set forth In said schedule.Purchaser .
will be required to deposit -
Ht the time of .ale fifty percent I
(GO% ) of the amount bid as a
guarantee of his performance and
the remainder of the purchase priceto I
he paid upon delivery of said assets. After the Murphy Act "title
|I expires to all
The drInk A list of the assets to be .old Is ,, ,
on file In the office pt the Clerk of I I

1' that the 45, West In Circuit the Central office Court of Avenue In the Starke Liquidator Fierida. property still unpaid will be vested in the Stateof


everybodyknows may Florida Inspect and such prospective lists upon orl..n.lo'l Florida and
tion. every right title or interest of
Sulrt assets will be sold as above any
III IIIJh. set forth n. per schedules thereof !i
except such Items ,as may be paid or ,i
<: otherwise disposed of prior. to 'UlI"1, former owner or lien holder will terminate."
5 M. A. SMITH, as
Ilradford County Bunk j,
: Siaike, Florida. ,
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COCA-COLA DOT. CO. !MiriCM TO ('Iti1)ITLI>> <<< I
I
You and each of you are hereby I
notified and required to file any ,
WE ARE claim and demands which you. or I '
either of you, may have against the <
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS estate of Arthur M. Darby deaneil./
late of Bradford Florida APPLY NOW
with the County County Bradfordt'onnty i !
Florida at his office In the !
CARPENTER'SThe Courthouse at IHarkei'lnrlla.\ within |
eight. calendar months from the ,
Rexall Store date of the first publication of this
notice Bach claim or demand must ,
he In wrltliiK and must state the |
SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE place of resilience and post office >
address of the claimant and must | ACT
Estimates Cheerfully be sworn to by the .claimant his MURPHY EXPIRES
Given agent. or attorney or the same will
become void according to law. I
This 15th day of December A.
E. A. WINKLERRadio 1938. D.I,

and Electric Service As Administratrix IDA U DAIlBr.of the Jo1..tl\te'. JUNE
of Arthur M. Darby deceased.I I 9 1939PGE
First publication on Dee..mb..rU234tIU.
23rd, 1938. ,
PLUMBING I IOTlfH
Prompt Service at
!\ OK M! \i.H OK 'I'.\\ !
Reasonable Prices (CKHTIKIf'ATK
Let Me Estimate Your Job NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVEN that
H. I*. llalney has filed with me written
C. M. RITCH request that the tax e.rUtleal..1 .= _-._ .-
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STAFF CHATTER BOXWe Mammy Sez: SocietyMary New Year's ResolutionI Japanese Chiefs I School Code To

Be Discussed
J EdEarlnChletL
have enjoyed every minuteof Well chlluns, I is mighty glad ta Edwards spent the Christmas I resolve:

A. Z. ADKINS, JR. the Christmas vacation, but for see all ob ya again so happy like, holidays with relatives in To make a C average and be exempt I County Superlntndent A. J. Grit-
A8818tant >;dltor-In-ChlefReporter. some people it wasn't long enough but it wars mighty hard for me to Gainesville. on final exams.-Marzle fits and other school officials and

.: Now Enza and Edith. suddenly change frum dat won- Elizabeth Phillips spent Mondayin Howard. I principals of Bradford County as

3rFrEmmetbiPerrynAan, Mary, why don't you stay home nerful life ob loafin and bavin' a Lake Butler. Not to lose my wonderful smile well as Parent-Teacher Association -

aavl, Mary Edward., ; once and a while ? Some people good time. A. Z. Adkins enjoyed a trip to -John Torode I leaders and others Interestedin

Edith Hhla smith Rowe, Alma turrhee, make such long trips to see you : I hopes dat Santa Claus wuz Miami during the holidays.Zell I To play on a winning basket ball education, have been asked by

and Clara Flume and when they get there you are i awfully good to you unusually Collins spent last week in team.-Gene Long. I Slate Superlntndent Colin Englishto

gone. good boys und girls. He thought : Jacksonville. To always be AS good looking as participate In a district confer-

and Rules dat I wuz too old to come to see, Ruth Murrhee spent several daysIn I have been this past yearEverett ence of school administrators at
vents Ella Mae, has been telling us I
but I quickly changed his mind. Jacksonville McKinney. Gainesville next Tuesday
about the Camera Santa Claus
Schools Field Someone please tell me quick Marian Dowling visited In Moul- Not to ever take economics a- The morning session of the conference -
County her. We for
brought are waiting
({Bradford Contest to BeHeld to be taken. wat it Is lat Doxhla is wearin' on trle, Georgia, Christmas day. galn.-Clara Flume. I \p beginning; at ten o'clock,
|d Acmleinlo 20, 1939! our picture de fourth finger ob her left hand. Betty Jo Webb spent three daysat To go to the World's Fair. I 4 will be devoted to a discussion of

January Clara, why don't you stop look- Lawsey me but Marian and Helen Chattahoochee. Doshia Smith. the new school code for Florida

Clitfiaificatkon- Ing at that dresser set. We know just keeps on talkln' about de Alma Murrhee visited in Tallahassee Not to skip school this year The proposed code has! been in preparation -

All pupils from 6th it'a pretty, but you are making us I swell music dey gets on dere little last week Mary Ed wards. 1 } 4.Wi for two years and Is now

la ioup downwardsIoup 1 all want one. radio dey got for Xmas. Doris Silcox spent several daysin To take as few subjects as possible being drafted In final form for presentation

IIAll pupils In 7th and Marian, where were you Christ- Gee, but ya really should see wat Lake City. this semester.-Vernon Sil- to the legislature by the
mas Day? Eight people came to dat Clara got for her Xmas. present Ruth Alvarez was a holiday visitor school code commission appointedfor

Bgrades. All pupils In 9th see you and you weren't home. It was really big and pretty. to Gainesville. cox.To let everyone know that I am the purpose by the legislatureof
oup 111 How'a Georgia getting along? You know, one ob dose nice dresser Gayle Sewell spent! last weekendIn a senior and without a doubt I deserve 1937. Florida has never had a

e. Events-Boys T think that it ow would l-u__. _a .trnnti,.__._ seta.I Lceabursr... some authority." Jimmy- I'uuii__......lum__ .'lull,_ _ill.. nuiiuui__.. ... .laws, nuu ft" "
idea for some of our young ladies hear dat someone got a nice big Sewell. educators have pointed to this as
Jroup ISO- dashRunning to get some sleep. new Idea for de Little Women. PAULINE JORDAN Not to think about any one per- one of the state's greatest educational -

I. yard broad jump Jimmie, the dance in Orlando Here's hopin' dey take notice. son too much this coming year. needs In bringing educational

2. ball throw distance must have been a good one for Gainesville seems to have been On the 17th day of July, 1920, Sadie Prince.To practices up to date.
3. Diamond letting you get home so early in the center of attraction New Mr. and Mrs. Jordan became the forget all my old boy friends .--.-
the morning. Year's Eve, Ask some ob our proud parents of a baby girl which and start anew.Marian Dowling BRAN NllirMKNTSPAHOKEK.
4. Sack race young people about is cause I they later named Pauline. At that To hope for the best. Edith Supreme Commandos of the .-Car load and truck
roup II Betty G. who did I see you com- wouldn't like ta call all ob the time the Jordan family was livingIn Rowe. Japanese Army and Naval forces haultngs of vegetables from the

1. 100 yard dash ing to school with Monday morn- names. Orlando, Florida. Not to let any "Georgia Peach" who were responsible for the fall Okeechobee section eased off last

2. Running broad jump ing? Good Luck, Bets. Dev say dat wat ever you is doing When Pauline was three years get ahead of me.-Enza Weaver.To of Canton end Hankow. Left \fright week to a bare production mini.

3. Running high jump Johnnie C we were told Is very I when de clock strikes twelve, old, her parents moved to Miami. enjoy our last months of : Motoo Furuaho( and Vice mum following the general low
at the
4. Relay race, 240 throw yards fond of onions. Especially I New Year's Eve you will be do- She grew and grew until she was school.-Senior Class of '39. Admiral Kolchl Shlozawa level of bean prices In that sec
free "Cook Your Own Supper" party
5. Basketball ing the rest ob de year. Now Chll- I five years old, then she went to tlon. Car loadings for the entire
((10 shots. ) Wednesday night. How about it unns stop a minute and think kindergarten at Buena Vista WINS STATE PRIZE week totaled only 110 freight carloads

roup III- Johnnie about wat you wuz doln'. Was it School in Miami. Miss Rivers Hundley of 9A wona GRADE NEWS and approximately 152 truck
1. 100 yard dash Jr. where did you get your half good or bad? I wonder I state prize on an essay contest loads of beans for the same period -
2. Diamond ball throw distance burned cigar when you were on the Mammy sho hopes dat Edith Later Santa she Clara entered School the first where gradeat she sponsored by the United States THIlin GIIADK NKUH Fair quality bountlfuls were

scavenger hunt Wednesday night? wasn't sick Monday. I guess may Sugar Corporation. The subjectwas Our Science Readers are being bringing but 6Sc( to 75c on Wednesday -
finished her elementary schooling.
a. Running broad jump Lorraine, your watch is very be dat it must hab been de day school : "What Sugar Production enjoyed more each day. Bent quality received from
During her junior high
4. Running high Jump pretty. You must have been a after de week before I she went to Robert E. Lee Means To Florida" Out of 67 essays We are now studying "Early 80c-90c per hamper Strlnnleas

Events-Girl* good girl for Santa Claus to bring Here's hop In' dat you don't break in years Miami and Hialeah Junior High she was ranked No. 21. The Man and the Animals." When we Black Valentines were $1.10 to

[roup I- you that.NEW dose New Year's resolutions de In Hialeah. prize was! $5.( CongratulationsRivers have finished we will illustrate by $1.25 with a fair quality price of
1. 50 yard dashBasketball first week ob de year. l' clay modeling and some sketch- OOc to $1.00; Tendergrt brought
2. throw distance BOOKS: FOR LIBKXKY Mammy. In 1936, Pauline's parents movedto I from 70c-80o; limns at $3.25.
3. Diamond ball throw dis- Starke, where she started to going back to Miami. where she ing.

tance The library has received 75 new Hares and rabbits are animalsof school In the ninth grade. At the will work as a switch board operator MY STORY COL.UMIIUS! but the people did not. So he was

4. Sack race books over the holidays. These entirely different groups, and present time she is a senior at for the Miami Dally News. A long time ago. When Colum- going to prove that he was right.
I Bradford pleasing little he liked to see He sailed and sailed four weeks
High. Pauline has a very personality bus was a boy
II-
the
to the not
roup books will be a great help names are interchangeable.
dash I favorite are basketball and what ever field she the ships come and go. He wantedto till he came to America
1. 50 yard whole school as they will cover Her sports I
2. Diamond ball throw dis- many subjects that we have need- November and December are \ volly ball, tennis and swim- may take as her life's career, we be a sailor and so he was. lie I By Ona Demorest 1

tance ed information on for a long time. months for storing Irish potatoes, ming. She also likes fishing, camp- know that she will succeed. believed that the world was round Mis. Blgga Teacher.

3. Relay race, 200 yards They were made available to the turnips, pumpkins, squashes and ing and out-of-door sports. Historian, ----

Potato race students Tuesday morning citrons. When she finishes school she Is Alma Murrhee.

5. Basketball! free throw --+ ,
N't
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((10 shots SEVENTH GRADE NEWS I ,

roup 1. 75 III yard- dash We have been studying South I [ASCAP "Old Song Week" Proves Old Songs Never Die 11

ball throw distance 1I
2. Diamond America and the Central American

Countries. They are very interest-
3. Basketball free throw

(10 shots) Ing.We enjoy reading our "Current ,
Events
Academic Events" we get every week. This
-Third grade best allroundident rI
-
week one of the main articles was
two contestants fromch
about South America.

2.- school Fourth grade best all-round Reporter, \
Dorothy Foxon. I ,
,dent two contestants from
ch school. I
3. .Fifth grade best all-round athletic and academic not later I

]ident -- two contestants fromch than 4:00: P. M January 13, 1939 {I t

school. Substitutions may be made up to 0 tiM 4 '

4. Sixth grade best all-round the starting hour on the day on

ident -- two contestants fromch which the field day Is held. N
school. Competing schools shall be rF

-Seventh grade best all-round credited with:
udent two contestants fromch a. 3 points for each 1st eteta.tta'a tN+

school. place wonb. McCQ1f4s

6. -Eighth grade best all-iound( 2 points for each 2nd 1 H.:

udent two contestants from place wonc. -
ch school 1 point for each 3id

7Ninth grade best nil-round place won
udent two contestants from 7.-Officials and schedules will

,dt sc h oo]. be announced later. ?! ., .
of -
8.Awards Will be printing .
i Above events to take place unr &
"- teachers qualified to give names In Bradford County Telegraph I 1 m... 1 0 Am.doD 1ru11
S"Y 0 Am.rf'a orow.om ..
_
..oay9 :
.rioee 1
khlevement tests). Am .. 6 tl.rd 0 louLrpffe7oaraol >7Ford
S tyt Jr.d.
8. -Recitation, (one contestant 9.-Diamond ball throw shall be o s.tt.' __ 0 ,. 0"" 1 PI'O
circle (3 ft R) / CbJ\11'''' ; Tte ilIad. 6 te.. 1 rrar
f om either 4th, 5th, or 6th). made from a 6 ft 1'.1"rr J.n.at-.. yrl a cotin II"..ge = Jotto.
not out of ftI. .._ h
must step
Declamation, (one contestnt and thrower o .... 1oJU'1C..41.- 1 T 4 atnoQ 1".crl I rotto.
| from either 7th, 8th, or 9th). circle. Two throws will be given. "."':',,, 14ca ...
throw for dis- -u... 4 Som. -
under the diction 10.-In basketball 1t (,. 1
10.Music Contest, Dtccou' 4el.Y .. r r
the thrower shall stand a n. 8 0". 'Q'aR. I !
of Mrs. :Mabel Wall. tance, 080 Ftf..cL. rr '
11. Spelling\ Bee; 7, 8, and 9. within a seven foot circle, and be s52te5 a WerJd / I i'I:
If she steps out of cir Jfo'O': I PI' I
Griffis. disqualified 0 :
direction A. J. ?
fnder Supt. BSSfcSS
r's : -. : : 0 o0tuned.Bo.... lJJ. i PI'OO
Rules cle. ,r'y
11.-In basketball throw for accuracy \ ?* Q StoM. --::\SIT !O Po STS -.WrU i-,1.".".
11. Each school shall enter one I I12.All ao.w. .
see basketball rule book. tlar- a *,. fJDroqwryT, --I
Imtestant In each athletic contest, shall be Olun' H.,1& [ Soot> na.r rra
Jlth an alternate trained in casef broad jumps ter"eoaJ.'aIoA8 -- IT"T. ......Skya--" Jlgrf01ll1u1co =-- .
from a sill 6' x 8". ...._\ \- 0w- : I Fqo
2.sickness-Only of one the contestant former from :13.-In all jumps, two trials aou-u..*'.AW' ;4-a' __ % T". 0"011'. _::7--rOFFE1l I to nOW

Jach school for the oral spellinge. shall be permitted.
be
shall
14.-Sack races 251
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200 Ib. fertilizer S. !
3.-Only one recitation contest- yards.
Jnt from each school. Hold up with hands. 110. orrra no. a
of four. I
team HALL
15.-Relays by J'IVW AlL rOd
4. constant -
declamation
-Only one "Stick" Is 8" long nJc K.wapap.r.1 T" 1'oa oats This N.w paps,I Tf. roa OIlL1'I

[''8. from each school. 16.-Potato race. Place potatoes .I I }$2.10 Maqalta.. }$2AOfr.
-The of each com- A
etlng school principal shall place in the at 5 yard intervals over a 25 ) 4 ...ago B 3 from O"pI
individually -
Pick potatoes
up
ands of Coach Whittemore or yard course. I i
and return to startingline. OFFER Ko. 1 OFFER Ko.ThJ8 <4
(rs. Grace Wainwright a list of r. R.wepcI1I 1 Yr. AtL 1'OU'll T1U K.wapape. 1 Tt. \ ALL SIX
U entrants In event, both I Maqcrdne. von omr
each .I Maqcnln. A 2 A
2 horn }

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World ..,. TM WTIVR l'j
Jlll I _*"" __ j Oood toil** ............ I I. }$2.10
in Blue): (6) Jonrnnl E /
line) (5) George GershwinRhapsody WIPAPE*
totr.J'Z'1 SONG WEEK, sponsored by the American ; Fisher THISBradford X
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Fred
: tf\LT Geoffrey O'Hara (K-K-K-Katy); (7)
:
I Authors and Publishers
can Society of Composers bands (There's a Little Spark of Love Still Burning); (8)
.."-< was' recently commemorated by leading and independent Victor Herbert (Sweet Mystery of Life): (9) Charles I
What could and orchestras over the major networks K. Harris (After the Ball); (10) William Jerome
more I motion theatre, hotels, eoototsd see
stations, in picture (Bedella); (11) George M. Cohan (Over There): art
you ask for cabarets, restaurants, etc. (12) Gene Buck (Hello Frisco); (13) Otto Harbach ,
0"", tefe j>A.4ltt j>,ku. I' Pictured above are a handful of the men and (Smoke:: Gets in Your Eyes); (14) Shelton Brooks) gp.--...
women, living and dead, whose copyrighted works, (Some of These Days): t(15) Ernie Burnett (Melan- I .u.I III-e nerd wsr
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Se&....A GULF LIFEREPRESENTATIVE 9 fI aj members of ASCAP, have been made available ); (16) Jean Schwartz (Chinatown My, d.e nagsla.etl- !Is... ei-;t:a. Sses lie.le.rr.r .
LI.vertreetatl0Creat5tour Eftate. through the Society's licenses, to enterprises which Chinatown; (17) Rudolf Filial (Only a Rose (18) I
I Protection. perform music publicly for profit. Jerome Kern (01' Man River): (19r Edgar Leslie) I ..LecriptJo. .. FOG" --" II'it
FOR YOUR COMPLETE 2. Life Iiuuranc Income for Dependants. Public response to the airing of these well-loved (Among My Souvenirs); (20) James Thornton i p Hem. Olive. ReaI aaLallrT
a. Family Yourself. old songs showed that they had lost none of the appeal (When You Were Sweet Sixteen); (21) Joe HowardI '
PROTECTION PROGRAM 4. Retirement Income frY which was born in them before the days of radio. ( Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now); (22) Harry, tI....... -
wee... .-.curs 0" Stag," magazine devoted its entire August issue to Von TiUer Till the Sun Shines Nellie); (23)\
"Fond Recollections" of the old songs. ala Rice" Gear Old Pal); (24 John W. Bratton R.F.D -
Composers and authors pictured above are (1) (Sunshine of Paradise Alley); 25) Al Bryan (Peg I hr-4 K
Irving Berlin (Alexander's Ragtime Band)) (2) Carrie 0' My Heart); (26) Raymond Hubbell (Poor Butterfly -., -
Jacobs Bond (Perfect Day): (3) J. Russell Robinson ) Albert Von Tiber (Take Me Out to the' I Tows ad Sial.

(Margie); (of) Harry Armstrong (Sweet Ade- Ball Game) and (?$)""OtulidwudsSchoolDays_ )!, _.._------_...

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Holiday Visitor Program Meeting of New Mothers Mr. and Mrs. Wasdin Mrs. Middleton Entertain;

Woman's Club Held Must )ExerciseBeing Celebrate 50th Wedding Methodist Circles

--'" .. .- Last Week Anniversary Mrs. W. E. :Middleton Ol't&dt! ,

I Mrs.\ E. K. Pdrryman, chairman a mother doesn't mean Mi-, and Mrs. H. D. Wasdin cel- of the local .Woman s nl h 31

that have to I ebrated their Fiftieth Wedding An- Society, entertained
of Legislation, presented the you stop being yourself r
; but you can't "let yourself niversary Sunday afternoon, at Monday afternoon, Which <
at the regular meetingof sal '
program go" and expect ro be the proud i their home near Graham. Mr. first meeting of .the new
the Woman's Club held Wednesday I Wasdin will be eighty-two years near
possessor of both a bouncing baby The
meeting was
Andrews Weds Harry Honabach open.,
Miss Oveda afternoon, Dec. 28, at 3:30: and a girlish figure I old on January 12, while his wifeis prayer by Mrs. Middleton m]
AfternoonA I i"'hoy
In Beautiful Church Ceremony Sunday 4. nearing her seventy-seventh
o'clock In the club building. "n--- I followed by Miss Olive
centered the in- wore dresses of slmiliar style and I II birthday. Raj r .
wedding which I .. _'..11 I Mrs. Perryman entertained her I I ing the 95th Psalm and calkin
terest of many friends throughout i carried cascade bouquets ui gium- i listeners with a charming Christ- Hiram D. Wasdin and Ellen J. the subject of "Gratituut

this and other states was that of, oil to match. Miss taffeta Green and Mrs.was mas story about a little boy who Gill were married at Blackshear, J. W. White talked on the oil! n

I gowned in blue Ga., on January 2, 1879. They liv- of "Our Christmas
Miss Oveda Andrews, daughter of Miss Car- had never heard about Christmas.Mrs. Gift ",,' Q '
the late Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andrews Andrews in rose taffeta.bridesmaid. R. J. Davis delighted her x ed in Pierce County, Ga., for two and Mrs. B. K. Perryman read

of Morriston and Booker, and olyn Green, Junior The little audience with two vocal numbers, years following their marriage and article entitled "What bas HI

Harry Edgar Honabach, son of wore flower yellow girl was taffeta.dressed in blue I "Star of the East" and "Trees" then moved to the home which pened to Our Church in China" r

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edgar Hona Mrs.\ : Davis was accompanied at they now occupy in Bradford After the program, tht tt1elllbe
taffeta: also princess style, anc
bach, Sr., which was solepnnizedjit; carried a white basket filled with the piano by :Mrs. L. A. Canova, County, eleven miles southwest of separated into circles and else '

9:00: o'clock Sunday afternoon in }h Ply president of the club. Starke.Of officers as follows:
rose petals. Bd
the Baptist Church. The #tev. L.-'A. An Informal discussion was the ten children born to them, Circle Number One: Miss
i
Shepherd, pastor of the churph, Mrs. S. V. Andrews, stepmother made in regards to changing the two died in infancy. Six of the remaining Ray, chairman; Mrs. E. L W OU

performed the impressive ring of the bride, was becomingly attired program meeting from the fourth '- eight, with their families, ams, vice-chairman; Mrs
in a model of black silk crepe t
ceremony.The trimmed in white, with which she Wednesday to the second Wednes- I Mother and Baby doing well were present to enjoy this happy Anderson, secretary; Miss AlDei

Chancel of the church was wore a shoulder corsage of white t4 i ; day of each month. Authorities agree that there is occasion with their parents. They Ray, treasurer; Mrs. J. W 'VbJ'

beautifully decorated with floor gladioli. :Mrs. J. C. Wallace, chairman of no reason why the right diet and were: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin chairman program: commit!

baskets of pink gladioli and palms, I International Relations, announcedthat exercise will not restore a newmother's and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Mrs A. F. Saula, chairman of(
of
the "
v lighted by numerous white tapers. Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, sister Gunter and children, Dorothy and ance; Mrs. T. J. Griffin
,
Mrs. L. F Chapman, superintendent figure In a brief two I chalrnof
Her
Pews for the family were marked bride chose a dubonnet model. Buddy, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Was- Christian Social Relations.
of the State Farm will be months if the problem is tackled
The flowers were a corsage of harmon- I din and little daughter, and Miss
with bows of white tulle. the guest speaker at the next Immediately. Ruth Murrin, Direc- Circle Number Two: Mrs. P
beauty of the scene was further izing gladioli.Mrs. !Evelyn Wasdin, all of Waldo Mrs.C. .
meeting. tor of the Good Simpson, chairman
Honabach of the program Housekeeping ; Mrs 1..
daughter i
and Jewett of Gra-
enhanced by an altar arrangementof Fogg son, ,
1 refreshments were Beauty Clinic, explains in the Vining, vice-chairman; Mrs L
Tempting ,
late Mr. and Mrs. S, V. Andrews,
standards ham, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Durban
tall floor holding pink Smith
January issue of the magazine secretary; Mrs.
was graduated from Bradford served at the conclusion of the Car
and children Grade Lee and Ev
and tall seven branch can- ,
gladioli how to go about it, with a programof Ritch, treasurer. ; Mrs. S. A
In the"class of V,
delabra holding white candles County High School program. Hostesses for the after- erts of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. i don
chairman
exercises to
special remedy Christian Social '
she in train- p,
1933. Afterward went
which shed their soft glow over .. noon were: Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, those unflattering figure changes. Geo. Conway and daughter, Millie lations; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
the Mon- cha.
to become at
Ing a nurse
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wasdin
the sanctuary. A white trellis covered Memorial In Ocala Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. E. L. "Take these seriously," Miss Anna man of finance; Mrs. L. D. Viral
formed the roe Hospital Jeannette McLendon and children Thomas LeWandaand ;
with fern Miss
,
feathery Mary ,
and her work at theChildren's Biggs, Airs. Herbert Hart, Mrs. A. Murrin writes, "and make time chairman program. committee. ,
background for the altar. completed daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Jtmmle, of Palatka, Mr. and
in Akron H. Johns, Miss Lucille Edwards, for them. Resist the temptation to The hostess sent
Hospital was assisted
Preceding the entrance of the McLendon of Orlando, who has returned Mrs. R. S. Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs. In
Mrs. Jack Williams, Mrs. Jake pamper yourself and rest on your Ing light
Ohio. She took her graduate refreshments
post to her home after spend- C. B. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. by h<
Mrs. R. A. Green
wedding party, work at the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Roberts, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, and honors after the Important job you daughters, Miss Madge Middle
of music. ing part of the Christmas holidayshere Wasdin and children, Arnold, Mary *
played nuptial have done and
a program Mrs. Clennie Hickok. please don't make
f and Mrs.
where E. L.
D. C.
in Matthews
Washington, Jlril
and
!
Mrs. R. J. Davis sang "At Dawn- of with her grandparents, Mr. the excuse that you have no timeto Ellen, Bobby and Julian, all of Sam Anderson.
she has been supervisor nurses
ing (Cadman), "I Love YouTruly" for the few and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Ladies Auxiliary To think about your looks. The Graham. Also present were Uncle
past years.
4 (Bond) and "Because"d'Hardelot truth Is that few things are more Tom Wasdln of Graham, Mrs. Ser-
Mr, Honabach is the son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Are Meet Intha Wilson of UKIIKH OF PIWMCATIOV
Hampton Beach
( ). The wedding party and Mrs. H. E. Honabach, Sr., of important now than for you to bea OTICK TO Al'PKAH ADO
1 entered to the strains of the "Bridal Washington, D. C. He was gradu- Hosts At Lovely Dinner The Ladles' Auxiliary of the pretty mother-you.. growing and Miss Marie Dyal of Zlff. The State of Florida towoo

Chorus" from "Lohengrin" and Presbyterian Church will meet child's ideal and your husband's A delicous basket dinner was Evan, mhune remtilrnvt. l. .
ated from the Devitt PreparatorySchool PartyMr.
the bride and groom and attend- Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at pride. served at noon and was thoroughly knottm

ants left the church to the strainsof sent is attending in Washington Columbus and Univer-at pre- hosts. and Friday Mrs.night M. F.when Brown they were en- the home of Mr. and Mrs. K.will G. ..'".."'...," -,,-" ........... '" ''" --.. enjoyed by everyone present. Ron You Evans are notified as plaintiff that Mabel ha 1 W dm,,*

Mendelssohn's "Wedding March"The Duncan. Mrs. R. F. Clark filed her affidavit for the IsiMiin., ,
r wedding Marches were playedby sity in Washington and is connected tertained in their home on Wal- have charge of the program and of thin order along with her bill

with the post office department. nut Street with an informal din- has selected as her subject "Chi- Woman's Club To Have complaint for divorce against M-
Bruner Baker violinist
accom- Evans defendant
In. Held Sandy aa << in Cu
panied at the piano by Mrs. Green. Reception ner and bridge party. na". Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, presi- ,. Social MeetingThe cult Court of Bradford County riot
Immediately following the cere- The holiday motif was carriedout dent of the auxiliary will lead the Ida In Chancery; and you, San
The soft strains of "Liebestraum"
social and
mony a reception was held at the c ma3e s program meetingof Evan, are hereby required to a
I were heard during the ceremony.The in the rooms of the home devotional. the Woman's Club will be held pear In said cause on February i
home of :Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
1039. Bradford County
Telegraph
the of
bride who was given in mar- through use many lovely .
Andrews on Madison Avenue with Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- designated aa the newspaper for tit

riage by her cousin, CongressmanR. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and Mr. and flowers and greenery arrange- U. D. C. Holds First Meeting ..... ,.. .- f clock in the club auditorium with publication of this order.
served card Wltnens hand and official.
ments. Dinner my
A. Green, had as her maid-of- was on Of The Year the president, Mrs. L. A, Canova,
Mrs. Floyd Wiggins as hosts. This is good for slimming. Kneel- at Starke Florida this January it
tables in the
honor her sister Miss Louise And- placed living room. 1939.
rews ,of Morriston., Mrs. Greeting the guests at the door Burning red candles in silver hold- Mrs. Marcus F< Brown and Mrs. ing, raise your arms above your presiding. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom

Rudolph were the hosts and the members of ers centered each table where Ethel M. Biggs entertained mem- head and pull your body up in a Mrs. J. C. Wallace, chairman of As Clerk of Bald Circuit Court.
,
Andrews and Miss Betty Green, the bridal party. of the markedby bers of the W. T Weeks Chapter, good stretch. Now bend to the International Relations, has chargeof Knight & Knight Attorneys f.
cousin of the bride bridesmaids plates guests were plaintiff.
were Baskets of gladioli were placedto white cards bearing the hosts' United Daughters of the Confed- right and try to lower the hips to the program for the afternoonand Jan. 6, U 19, I.!
and Miss Green al-
Carolyn advantage in the living and In eracy, Wednesday afternoon at the floor at the left. Repeat, bend- has announced Mr. L. F. Chapman -
cousin of the bride monogram gold.
so a the
was dining rooms where the guests Mrs. Brown's home on North Wal- ing to the left side. Do this eight superintendent of the State
fl; Junior bridesmaid. Little Joan were entertained. The bride's table After dinner bridge was enjoyedand nut St.The to ten times. Farm, as the guest speaker. XOTICK OF APPLICATION:/
Moreland of Jacksonville was the at the conclusion of the game FOR TAX I>KK1Ornate )
was overlaid with a handsome lace Hostesses for the ( lllll No. flan
president, Mrs. E. K Ferryman afternoon will )
flower Mr. Edward Burns
and Charles
girl Wiggins of was presentedwith
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVE|
cloth and centered with the wed- be Mrs. C.
: F.
F. Ward Mrs. John
presided over the meeting
Brooker acted as the ring bearer. a double deck of cards as a I M1 That F M. Packham holder of Tar
Mr. Honabach had as his best ding cake. White candles in silver reward for making high score. I and the secretary, Mrs. Biggs, t2 Uglow Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Certificate No. 156, issued. the 7ll
candlesticks balanced the central day of September, A. D. 1936 hlJ$
Fred Hazen Mrs.
L. A.
transacted her duties. After rou- Brown,
man, Rudolph Andrews, brother of Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs.\ filed name In my office and hi<|
the bride. Ushers were: George embellishment and dainty sprigs of, Brown's hospitality were Mr. and : tine business, plans were made fora Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. D. E. made application for a tax deei I-

fern arranged around the cake silver tea to be given on RobertE. Knight, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. W. be rmTfen'embrace"
Johns, Lake Butler, Troy Andrews, Mrs. Edward Burns, Judge and Said the following )
of Morrt. ton and Clifford Hazenof completed the' table decorations. :;I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Lee's birthday anniversary, A. Stern, Mrs. Vonda Inman, and described property In th<
Punch was served from a smaller which is the 10th of this month. :Mrs. L. A. Davis. County of Bradford State of Florid
Starke. j R. F. Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. E. to-wit:
table which attractively decor-i
The bride was a vision of loveli- was I L. Matthews\ : Mrs. C. W. Chalker, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, a valued SW1/4 of NW% Section 21 Town I
ated for the occasion. ship 7 South Range 22 East eon|
and O. L. Beasley.Miscellaneous chapter member, Is ill in Tampaand This familiar and not difficult Baptist CirclesTo
ness in her bridal gown of white After spending some time with taming 40 Acres, more or less.
chiffon made lines. The It was arranged to send her exercise is one of the routine exercises J Meet The assessment of the said property
on
empire
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Hona under the saidcertificate hi
Ruth Murrin
shirred bodice featured a square bach left for a wedding trip to St \ Shower Given an autographed "cheer up" card in the suggested Good by Circles of the W. M. S., of the sued was In the name of R. S HUB)
January Housekeepingto
from all the members at
present phrey.
neckline and short sleeves and the Augustine and Miami. The bride For Mrs. HonabachMrs. Baptist Church will meet ,
Monday
this meeting.The keep you shapely through the Unless" said certificate shall ben
graceful skirt terminated In a traveled In an oxford grey suit middle after arrival. Lie afternoon. Circle No. 1 will meetat deemed according to law the property

slight: train. The bride carried a 'with rush colored blouse and black Harry Honabach, who priorto historian Invited Mrs. L. F. your back, baby's arms outstretched.on the home of Mrs. L. G. Powellat to the described highest therein bidder at will the be roar 101|

beautiful nosegay of white roses Chapman to give a historical talk, 3:3(). house door I I.
accesHories. her marriage Sunday afternoonwas the the left : Circle No. 2 will meet on the first Monday
and lilies. and Mrs. chose her Fling right leg across the month of February, 1939, whir'
valley Her veil of bridal Chapman as with
Mr. and Mrs. Honabach will Mrs. A. A. Durden
Miss\ Oveda Andrews, of Mor- and try to touch the fingers of and Mrs. Is the 6th., day of February, I-! ?
illusion, which was caught to her make their home in subject extracts from the new Mary Dated this. Janutrl
Washington, left hand. shoulders Geiger at their home at 3-: 2nd., day of
rlston and Washington, D. C., was your Keep your
hair with a white chiffon turban, D. C. book "Flight Into Oblivion", by 00 o'clock Circle No. 3 will 1939. I
the charming honoree at a miscel- flat on the floor. Ten times or meet (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thoma'
shoulder Dr. Hanna of Rollins This
was College.
length. Out-of-town guests were: Mrs. J. oftener if with Mrs. H. 1. Hough at 3:00 o'- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradtorj
laneous shower Friday night given book tells of the flight of the you have energy enough. County, Florida.
Miss Louise Andrews, maid of O. Moreland and daughter, Joan; clock.
Jan. a. n.... 19.
i Mrs. Andrews in cabinet -
honor, wore a gown of peach taf- Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Andrews.. Mrs. by Rudolph Confederate with gold and U. D. C. Will Give Tea OnLee's
feta, made princess style with Alvin Douglas and baby; Mr. and 'her home on :Madison Avenue. valuable papers,' into Florida and

short puffed sleeves. Silver sandals Mrs. Guy Pinholater, all of Jack- The living and dining rooms, mentions a number of places where BirthdayThe

completed her costume and her sonville; L. E. Mohle of Washington where the guests were entertained, they stopped, among them being W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. SEEJ.

flowers were a cascade bouquet of D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin- were attractively decorated with Baldwin, Lake City, Starke, Wal- C., will entertain at a silver tea,

peach gladioli. The bridesmaids holster of Lloyd; Mr*. S. V. And- Christmas greens and bowls of do, and Gainesville. at the Club House, on Thursday,

Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Biggs serv- I January 19, honoring the birthday MAURICE EDWARDSFOR
narcissi and fern. '
ed a sweet course, consisting of anniversary of Robert E. Lee.

Mrs. E. L. Williams won high ambrosia and cake, to the following There will be an Interesting patri- ALL KINDS OF

prize, a brass tea bell, in bingo, guests: Mrs. Chapman Miss otic program. This social event is

and Mrs. L. G. Powell won second Olive Ray, Mrs. Perryman, Miss anticipated with much pleasure.

HEATERS prize, a box of Evening-In-Paris Amelia Ray, Mrs. L. G. Powell, .-- LAND CUTTING WITH TRACTOR

powder. In word contest Mrs.\ R Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. S. F. Ham- Joint InstallationA

A. Green was presented a noveltyash rick, Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. L. Joint Installation of W. O. W.

tray. A. Davis, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and and Woman Circle officers will be AND DISC

At a late hour Mrs. Andrews Mrs. E. S. Matthews. held tonight (Friday) at 7:30: o'- l

served a tempting refreshment ol clock in the Woman's Club audit-

hot chocolate and cookies. Miss Grace Hazen and orium. Both organizations will .

9.J UO THERMDOUBLE Those present to enjoy the even-. Carlyle Ritch Are United hold "open house" and the general FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Ing with the honoree and Mrs In Marriage public is invited to attend the Many Years Experience Slakes It Possible for lUe to Header
Andrews were: Mrs. E. L. Williams meeting.
Miss Grace Hazen, daughter of EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mrs. L. G. Powell. Mrs. L. A. .

Rennolds, Mrs. B. F. Johns, Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Brooker Howard SandelH. MODERATE PRICES

II M. R. Judd, Miss Carolyn Green,, and Carlyle Ritch of Gaines H. Howard and Miss Virginia DeWITT? C. JONES

Mrs. J. H. Lord, Mrs. Essie Crosby ville, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sandel, both of Brooker, were Starke, Florida

Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of New Mitch, of JacksonvUle, were quietly married here
Saturday night by
HEAT River, Mrs. S. V. Andrews, Miss I married Saturday, December 31, Judge E. K. Perryman. uuawm auauusuptnmtuuinnuuatuwtauntutuiulnsunuaniauauauuiuunuauwt uaamaauau wuunuuasaxnsaauouaaoa
Louise Andrews of Morrlston and at 5:00: o'clock ffi'the afternoon at

Mrs. S. E. Mitch of the State Farm. the Baptist pastorium.
JANUARY CLEARANCEOF
ATSINGLE The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pastorof -

Experts agree that the maxi the Baptist Church, performed

mum population the earth can sup the ring ceremony in the presence FINE
COST- port is 12,000,000,000 persons. of a few members of the immediate DRESSESNow

families and a few Intimate

rews and daughter, Miss Louise friends. r you can have a really fine dress at the cost of I

Andrews, and son, Levon Andrews, Mrs. Ritch, daughter of Mr and just an ordinary one and you still have several monthsof

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Andrews and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Brooker, is a THE cold weather ahead. Act promptly for these dressesare

children of Morriston Mrs. Essie graduate of the 1933 class of the genuine bargains
; b and will move quickly at these i
HEAT YOUR Crosby and baby Mr. and Mrs. R. Bradford County High School and SMILE prices:
WHOLE HOUSE
of the Florida Barber and Beauty
R. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wig College in Jacksonville. Prior to ofPROTECTION Size Originally Special Sale Price .

FOR LESS MONEY gins, all of New River; Mr. and her marriage she was employed in 12 $I 0.98 $ 8.98

Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins and son, Mayo and Jacksonville and for the 12 17.98 10.98

Charles, of Brooker. past year she has made her home 11 11.98 8.75
here with her
brother-in-law
and
It can only come from IS 11.98 8.75
NO MUSS sister Mr. and Mrs.. Rudolph
solid, adequate Iruuranr 14 7.08 4.00
DRINK MORE Andrews.
Every. element of
1*
12.98 9.98
NO FUSS MILK Mr. Rltch, son of llr. and Mrs. worry and fear Is taken
16
J. H. Rltch of Jacksonville and, from your shoulders II 14.08 '. 10.98

NO WORK Kingsley Lake was graduated and the cost la small! 18 14.08 I" 10.98 ;

from the Bradford County High 18 19.98 14.08

Cchool In the class of 1928. He at- I LET US WRITE 20( 14.08 9.98
tt '
tended business school In Chicago, 38 7.08 5.08

HI., where he wa connected with YOUR INSURANCE! 43 11.98 10.98

the Standard OU Co. for several "
We represent several large, 43 17.98 12.08 ,
And Drink years. At present he Is employed f reliable companies In the

The In the office department at the Theft Liability, Annuity, These are just a few of the many real bargains that 1
Best
QUIGLEY & DAVIS vine.Florida Farm Colony near Gaines- Life and Fire fields. I are being offered during this sale. Fill In your wardrobe
FROM: now.
Mr. and Mrs. Ritch left following JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT

STARKE, FLORIDA i! PETERSON'SDAIRY the ceremony for a short wed- CLAR JEAN SHOPPE I

ding trip and upon their return

I they will make their home at 614 PHONE IS PHONE 97AGE
East North :Main St.
Gainesville __.ID.'III""' '' _.....,...., .IIIIIIIIIIIOII\1.! !!\ ......


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JAXCABY 8, 1039 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAOE FIVR

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Cady and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. Huldah Corpening of Washington Miss Katie Fugate of Jacksonville \OTUWNolle.
I If 'hereby !Riven li> nil whom
children of Hartford Conn., are daughter. Miss Jean Davis, spent D. C., Is spending her va- spent the week-end here with t It may run..rn Unit 1 HIMriled my
guests of Mrs. Flora B. Cady at New Year's Day in Arcadia as cation with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley and her final accounting with .,I.,: K. I'orry-
111"", County Judge 1 f Iirndfortl
Bits of Kingsley Lake. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Mrs. T. A. Brlnson' of Hugh. She slater Miss Virginia Fugate. She futility, Florida, and will on tin' 3rd
Davis. was visiting friends here Monday. I was accompanied back to Jacksonville lny of February A. l 1t 193, make
_. application fur Klnnl I Itixi'haw" mAdinlnlHtrolor "
Mr. and Mrs. Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore have Monday by of the i IJHIIIIH, nf .1!, ",Of'
announced the birth of little I ley and Miss Fugate, who spentthe Thomas, dercnttet
a Mrs. N. Wainwright, Jr., returned the .
Paul E. Canova, wno spent A. J. Thomas, Atlmlnlnti, aiuJan.
Local N daughter on last Thursday, at their the first of the week 'from New Year holiday here with his day there with relatives. 6. 1.1, 19!>. is

home in Starke. :Miami where she spto'nt"the holidays family, returned Tuesday morningto
a* the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I Bartow, where he Is employed Mrs. O. W. White and daughters, :AOTIC19Notice
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. Carl DInkins of D. T. Clark. Misses Ktholln and Carol, and their IH herebv !given to all flied whomIt
in the State Auditing Department.Mrs. may concern that I have my
OF THE COUNTY ANT TOWN Bushnell were recent guests of guest Lynn Crosby, of Pittsburg, Final Accounting with the Ilnnnr-
PROGRESS their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Crosby, who has been a Pa., went Monday to Lakeland and of able llrntlford 1:. K. trrymnn.founty, County Florida Judge, and
A. E. McKinney guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs K.: G. Duncan and two other southern points, and returned will on the 3rd day, "ot February. A
O. W. White, left here Wednesdayon children, Kaspar and Margaret home Tuesday afternoon. Miss I). 1939. set for Final. l>lHchurKAdministratrix u
of
the EHtate of Ben-
Eldrege Smith, Johnny Redgrave, his return trip to his home in Rose and K. F. Theta have returned Carol White remained Lakeland, jlmnn Hocking decenNod.Itamel .
1 Hazen of Orlando was Miss Elizabeth Williams spent and James Richard Wainwright attended Pittsbui-g. Pa. from a week's visit in Tennile. where she is a student in Southern Hocking Jluenoman,
hph A the Orange Bowl game Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith. College Administratrix. ecr
here Tuesday.r. Thursday afternoon in Jackson- I Jan a. 13. 19.
sltor ville. Monday In Miami. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Beal announce = ---. =-- -. -. ---= -- i);
L. A. Davis spent the birth of a daughter, Joyce VIr- L. C. Prescott of --"-
and Mrs. Miss Mary Harriet Bishop left ginia on December 22. Mrs. Beal Ford Prescott and sons,Gainesvllle// II
Jacksonville. Mrs. J. J PERFECr
in Rigdon and Miss Eva
sday Tuesday morning for Lakeland, will be remembered here as Miss David, of Dayton, Ohio, were here PROTECTION" -
Rigdon spent Thursday In Jack- ,
wher eshe will resume her studiesat Adkins .I Q
Grace Sunday attending the morning ser- ror
business via- I .
Duncan was a sonville. Southern ''"o HSiiri1-
? College.
Wednesday. vice at the First Methodist Church. ormOlJnJuriy
[in Jacksonville cll tDl'db,.
Mrs. Sallle Entenza of Waldo is :
Frank Hoover has been confined' James Richard Wainwright Is the of Mrs Hildabelle Bence. I : ff Um W; ai iufur Lad
guest
.1.000 ..
of Jacksonville spent ..... ,
Wall Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee
E to his home several days because spending this week in Miami with Mrs. Bence recently returned from I "
'jf Year's week-end with Mr.Mrs of illness. his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Jacksonville where she had spent I and baby of Hawthorne and Miss '; actua.I..O Wutm.a4 ho'bef1e'te0rortb.trt : "dal!! .or"'rJrlao'.too .fora I
w .L. Wall.r Martha: Brownlee of Jacksonville a pn6
I and Mrs. D. T. Clark. I 'sent
several weeks. i"IJ.r;;: .eq' qro.r Q: Orr
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. D. P. were guests New Year's weekendof / pd. men
and Mrs John Inglesby of I Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brownlee. d+..b,...E
[ Carpenter spent Wednesday In Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Mrs A. J. Williams and son, "Per S&GSt'; *wholly

jksonville were guests Sunday Jacksonville. children returned Sunday after Charles, of Cocoa were week-end U..O 1D01"Ia?l1 d. .b,..,b.'i-L lor moethoituotn ..
Canova. I
Mrs. P E. spending the holidays in Citrus gu eats of Mlre. '\Mlltls..n... ..u___.' brother UTro' T.+ XTMarjorie D eSha ant dau 6 hter ....cooli .' '" so..
of Mr. and Mrs J. F. Colley spent i County with relatives. and sister-in-law, Senator and ;;t---;;;; to Wlldwood I I' ). (1100 for. 'PeelI'i"' ,..obr andwre J. nYn I>o'Pid. :

it. and Mrs. Paul Savage Sunday in Williston with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones. Wednesday after spending the '2'a......''rnulft or di...... ration.clu. to dele_
visiting I
stone Heights were Mrs John White Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs and here with Mr. and Mrs. > m.d1n1
holidays
for
I .
'iraiQ
nds here Wednesday. daughter, Betty, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Jones and W. H. Struth and Miss Kate I IStmth. :::0 0 Cb":.of 0. ..wr.6f.arknaiwyp.aubn.arlU

Pate Gassett and sons, Davis and were New Year's guests of Judge three children, Carolyn, Martin, co.... ,
'. L. Beasley spent last week-end Cooledge, spent Sunday and Mon. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and Elizabeth, of Jacksonvillewere ... ....dy ah. ; :oatblr n.... in.Jtlr orr _
Mrs. Beasley and (...
with
Tampa day in Ozark, Ala. guests Sunday of Mr. and -,. ,""
Mrs. A. C. Durden. Mrs. Henry Huseman and son, :"" Yty fid.oh f. 'an.n.1'' di..b'-'
and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and A. Mrs. W. P. Smith. ,.. Or ell.
David of Four Buttes, Montana, Misses Carolyn and Edna Hutto E. Wall spent New Year's day at ,(. dwr
Br. and Mrs E. W. Hayes were spent several days of last week in the State Farm as guests of Mr. The W. C. T. U. will meet with are spending two months here. 'Ik ra.arjf rlraq. -..//"'.' ..,:,.
fcsts Sunday of Mr. and I'.lrs.G. Miami and Pompano.Mrs. and Mrs. W. P. Strlngfellow. Mrs. W. P. Smith this afternoon : While here they are staying at the ala r
in Gainesville. home of Judge and Mrs. K. K. Per-
., Ludwig HAROLD C. WALL
(Friday) at three o'clock. Members I Agency
S. T. Dell of Gainesville was :Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bridges and are urged to attend and visit I ryman.
ilsa Minnie Bessent of Ft. Laud- the guest Thursday of Mr. and two childen, Anne and John, of ors will be welcome. RELIANCE; LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

Hale spent New Year's day here :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. Jacksonville were guests Mondayof Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon and
OF PITTSBURGH
111 her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M.r and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen W. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon and

Bessent, who were celebrating and Mrs Charles Colley of Griffin have returned to St. Aug- children of Jacksonville were

ir sixty-fifth, wedding anniver- Jacksonville were guests Sundayof Mrs. Stanley Bennett has returned ustine after spending the holidays : guests New Year's day of Mr. and

y at this time. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Colley. to Jacksonville after spendingthe here as guests of their daughterand Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva

holidays here with Mr. Bennett sister, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Rlgdon.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. Marcus and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett.

Brown, and Mrs. L. D. Vining B. F. Renfroe of Ft. Myers, who TTopGPoceryCUT
spent Tuesday afternoon in Gaines Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned spent the holidays at Long Bridge Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
1NDSSALE and daughter, Frances, who were
ville. Friday after spending the with his son-in-law and daughter,
J. W. White
holidays In Dublin, Ga., and Marl- Mr. and Mrs.\ Roan Turner, was a holiday guests of Mrs.
and other relatives here, returned PRICES JAN. 6 AND 7
Mrs Helen Fox and Miss Ruth anna with friends: and relatives. visitor In Starke Saturday.
last Friday to their home in Tall
Hawkins of Leesburg were guests

Monday of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Miss\ Carolyn Hutto has returned Phillip Manassa has returned to ahassee. Tender Squash Beans 2 Ibs. 15c
Davis. to her work in Columbia, South Oglethorpe University near Atlanta or ,

Carolina after spending the holidays Ga., to resume his studies after Mrs. Effie Johns had as guestsfor
Miss Gertrude Heering of Green here with her parents, Mr. spending the holidays here with his New Year's Mr. and Mrs Dal-
R -Two fresh five-year- Cove Springs was the guest Tues- and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. mother, Mrs C I. Manassa. ton Carter and Miss Louise Carter -
each lOc
pld milk cows. O. J. Anders, Lettuce Celery
day night of Mr. and Mrs. Edward of Lawtey Mrs. F. W. Webb, or ,
vUy, Fin 12-23-4t-l-13-pd Burns. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, of Or- Friends of Mrs. Clennle Hlckok Miss Madell Webb, and L. D. Dice,

lando, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carnell will be glad to learn that she has all of Hawthorne.
R SALE- -New crop seeds, to- Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jackson and sons, of Ormond, were holiday resumed her duties as health nurse 5c
toes, peppers, peanuts, beans, ville was the guest last Thursdayof guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. after being confined to her home Green Cabbage each
who
t |atoes also Cole Planters and Congressman R. A. Green, ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. G. H. some time because of illness. of
tilizer distributors. Field and Bennett.Mr. Friends of Miss Isabel Fernan- left Sunday for the opening

try fencing. Stock and poul- dez will be glad to learn that she Miss Marjorie Stump of Bunnell, Congress In Washington, returnedto
here Wednesday be- Fresh Coconuts each 5c
remedies his home
at White's. 12-30-41
Is her home after
at
and Mrs. George Bennett of recuperating who is spending two weeks here cause of the serious illness of his ,
Jacksonville were guests New undergoing an operation recently.Mr. with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. F.
AYED OR STOLEN Threeonth's father. W. II. Green.
' Year's day of Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. F. Stump, Is the guest in Tallahassee -
old White Setter Pup. Brownlee.Mrs. and Mrs. Eugene Joyner and of Miss Dorothy Atkinson.
ard.range spot Warren over right E. eye.Perkins Re-, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidt and son Miss Lois Adkins has returned to Delicious Eating! Apples, dozen 23c

J. L. Jackson of Jackson- of Bartow were week-end guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Fountain, N. C. to resume her
tarke Itp ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr.\ and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, daughter Dorothy, of Plant City duties aa a' member of the gram-

SALE---4 Head of worktack S. Hutto and other relatives here Jr. will spend the week-end here as mar school faculty after spendingthe
Mr. and Mra. W. H. holidays here with her parents,
of
two
mules and two horses. Tuesday.Mrs. guests
Capt. S. A. Bryan has returned Y
Struth and Mrs. Kate Struth. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. RICE:1 Slbs.1ScMWII"'r
perms Cash. D. W. Kelly Farm : to Starke after spending the : (;
ItpTICE.J Agnes Simpson of Gaines- Christmas holidays in Oglethorpewith
ville and Edwards of Bald Mr. and Mrs Carl Alderman and
Roy his sister, Mrs. J. A. A. Joy- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burns and
win were business visitors here ner. two: sons, George and Bruce, who two children. Joan and Jean, returned -
am not responsible for Wednesday. spent the Christmas holidays here Tuesday to their home in UHM! NUT NO. a SI/K CANTOMATOES

iny debts but my ownMrs.! Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent with Mr. Alderman's mother, Mrs. Atlanta, Ga., after spending the
pose Constantine, Theressn, Fla.1t Friends here of the Rev. Laurie I New Year's Day In Jacksonvillewith G. W. Alderman, and other rela- holidays here as guests of Mrs. C. OLEO Lb. 12% 6c
G. Ray, of Jacksonville, regret' to their son-in-law and daughter tives, left last Sunday for the return I. Manassa and Miss Ulna Manassa. ,
know that he and his little son Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuss- trip to their, home in Baltimore -

were in an automobile accident on baum. Md..
COOKINO
R SALENo.. 1, government Monday. Mr. Ray's right arm was Mfrs. A.. Jt;. McKinney, airs.. Ruby ISK.HT LEAN WII1TBBACON
pected seed peanuts at Gas- broken and his little son sustained Hazen and Misa Leacy Smoots OIL

ett's Hardware Store, Starke, head injuries, but they were not How New Hair-Do's were visiting relatives In Miami
k lip considered serious. While in Miami
New Year's Day.

Faces Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. Hazen Pound 121/ Gallon Can 75c
Change Famous attended the Orange Bowl football

.
-
game. -

'tj NAT SEZ: a difference a change of hair-do can develop. With the Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest will JEWEL\ LARD Lb. lOc

YX If you never had a store or never WHAT that women should accent their good points to fur- move in n few days to their farmin ,

worked In a store you have missed ther advantage Margaretta Dyers, co-author of the best-seller "De the New River section. Mr. 1'EA1tLCORN iFRKSH WATER GI>.
\ /' the thrill of a life time. Taking Inventory of Good Housekeeping Priest, former Gulf gasoline distributor -
: issue
in the November
:I Women; presents
signing
r\i; ,.- That's what we have Magazine several famous women with their well-knowa coiffures here, recently sold his interest GRITS.5Lbs.lOclEAL,5Lbs. 8c
: in the company to Freeman ,
been doing thin. week and If you "done over.
their publics Insist upon keeping them as they Register.
respective
of "Perhaps IJIIHV'S FANCY PREMIUM! COUPON
hear a funny noise coming out are," Miss Dyers says, "but we have taken the liberty of posing themto
our front door In the next day or illustrate our theories for the benefit of women who look like Mr.. and Mrs. F. II Box have returned 3 I

so, don't; be alarmed, it will jut be them." from Tampa where they Milk 7
spent the past three weeks. Mr. C
a sigh of relief aa we Jot down the Box was confined to the hospital Tall Cans **

last pair of shoe laces. there since Christmas day and just

recently became well enough to return -

MARKED DOWN H w'.t'. home. TIP-TOP COFFEE Pound 20c

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edward and

It daughter, Fedrlcka, Mr. and Mrs.
rank G. Bauknlght and daughter, Talk of the Town Coffee, Pound .15c

LADIES FALL FROCKS AND Jane Merrill, all of Jacksonville

*) were guests Now Year's Day of nUN.MI.ow.nUANn
WINTER COATS r Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth and
\ Iso Elsa Maxwell Miss Kate Struth. VIENNA SAUSAGE Reg.: 5c

Now Fanny Brice \ i is always so
Buying
Save Money By
should not be obliging about Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Kldd and
I
_____ diffident \ being a guinea TAMPA MAil 3 KOKIUT<;iKN J'OH
_____ daughter, Patricia Ann, and Miss

ONE WEEK ONLY hair about styles.the new For j has been chosen to pig illustrate that two she Nancy KldJ returned Sunday to Macaroni i lOc l latches lOc i 1

instance, these upswept wings points. A well-designed high coif their home in Highland Springs,
would give her width at the temples fure will balance her type of chin Va., after spending the holidays
Manhattan Shirt Sale which she needs while the wide becomingly, and it will give her I here as guests of Mr. and Mrs It. liALLAKD'S HAI.I.OO.V, SKLF-KISINa
browline would discover charmingoval face a dignity that In no way detracts G. Kldd and Mrs. P. K. Canova.
contours. A word to the smart from its friendliness.

Starting January 9th is sufficient of precocious-especially Baby to Snooksl the creator !- I Mrs. J. Sterling Love and daughter Flour 24 Pounds 45c

"' Marian, leave Tuesday for

2.00. SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS 'I" Tsingtao In North China where
I they will Join Mr. Love, who is foreign -
: representative of a large PAT I1RKSSKII TENDERIZED PICNIC

$1.65WHITE Love American, of Dutch tobacco citizenship company., Mrs.has I i Hens lb. 22c Hams lb. 22c

lived in Starke during the time required I ,

to take out naturalization j FKESII PUKE PORK PICKLED EACH
SHIRTS NOT INCLUDED papers. She became an American '

Kate probably Smith r' ,., citizen this week. I Sausage, lbw 23c Pigs Feet 5c

,s
hides a nice i Mrs Volley McKinney and sons,

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERC'f her peak present under c r Frances Per Mrs. Annie E. Ward, and Albert I SALT EACH TlTrt

coiffure. So i kins understands Karl Thornton returned home Sunday I I
in the sketch so well after spending a week with II Mackerel 5c Butter Ib. 32c
it is shown both herself Mrs. McKlnney'a brother and sis- ,
to seceat hair Is built and the precise tcr-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. H. B.
and her
her oval 'bin and narrowed proportion of conservatism and Aultman of Nichols. Mrs. W E.
out Tthe at the ears,temples giving her face and chic that are correct in Washington Thornton who also made the trip, !i COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER lb. 30c
better proport.on. It will that Miss Byers suggests only one remained with her sister who is ,
figure of the hat
Iteration tilt
also make her look taller. .... seriously Ill.

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h' PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDA}', JANl.\It\-,-I pq


"i.I SWINDLE KINGS FIND SUICIDE PRESIDENT PROMISES GIFT I BROOKEr I II

II I ]\Hiss Vent flnlm. /._
'
I":; FARMERS SECTION EASIEST AND.- BEST WAY OUT I I --..
--
The Brooker
Junior,
\ ,J) When the bubble burst, (the successors were sent to the pen- High SOl<
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS
re-opened Monday aft.-, ,
$ swindle kings "can't take it. itentiary. In Oklahoma, Julian's !le1ngUtl
When F. Donald Coster, presi- second company sold stock and ed for the Christina.1-
1-10110)1
I, .l1l1t.r fO,. t o TOIS.CCOIES: dent ot McKesson and Robbins, Interests to-the tune of $3,500,000. w Faculty members hay. ,,' )
I TOLD IIOW TOFIGHT stood before H bathroom mirror in Tragedy Follows rein.::
ed after .
spending vai ,"
1I0USe110Id -MM his palatial Fairfield. Conn., home Suicides, riots in which more + fans Fit
and ended his amazing life 'ot their families vnrmu, ,
than a score of persons were kill- tech!
IINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Gainesville Fla.-Ways of ward- crime with a 38-callber pistol he ed, and murders followed in wakeof of the state. Every" IIttt.

ing off blue mold were outlined became the fourth great fraud to French pawnshop scandals. ready and willing to finish t\\.

ry CLEANING WINTER CLOTHES here today by Dr. W. B. Tisdale. ; take "the easiest way out" in the Kreuger'a suicide shook several 1! + sf +r school with the same g"Od( IpItr

t 1 By Clarine Belcher plant pathologist with the State I last seven years. A fifth jumped nations and the losses to Investorsran that has been shown up to nOli

Extension Specialist In Clothing Experiment. Station, for Florida ball and fled but wns captured into nine figures. Mrs. G. E. McGauley and chi,>

Water and such liquids aR ether, farmers who are now preparing I I fore his ship cleared port. be-I All but Julian and Kreuger had ren were visiting in Melrose\ ...

wood rr denatured alcohol gaso- and____ planting seedbeds _for n their____ _19-_ ', day of last week.
been in trouble oeiore. Costerbiuaica -
line, toad; ; carbon tetrachlo- 39 bright leaf tobacco crops. e r .t ;. i was first sentenced In 1909 Mr, and Mrs. L. B CrOsby It!

ride are common stain solvents. Dr. TUdale's recommendations, children last
for bribery of customs officials; spent week .n Crew
Water will remove many stains based on research and study of drew a suspended sentence laterin boro with Mrs. Crosby tnol.l1t
without harming the fabric, and blue mold over of several -
a period connection with the "Human Charles Hardy, Jr. of. Win!.
should be tried unless the stain is years, include the following: Hair Swindles," in which he Haven was visiting friends
insoluble in water the colors run, As the mold organism will live relatives here Friday. It:
mulcted eastern banks of nearly
,f the fabric spots. from to make the bed "a'a
or year year
*
$1,000,000 on false bills of ladingfor ? Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
quickly on new land that does not receive
Fatty or greasy stains are
human hair importations. Miss Pauline Brannen
all solvents except drainage water from old tobacco spent Salt
to removed by. 'r Ponzi's first sentence was a brief HYDE PARK, N. Y.-Plcture shows the President's estate whichhe day night here with Mrs. Brnen'a
water. Gasoline, naptha, and ether beds or fields. This will protectthe i
+ are highly inflammable. Dry seedlings from weeds and rte' ':1T term in Atlanta for smuggling has promised to give to the people of the United States as a parents, Mr. and Mrs. [HGalney. {'

cleaning at home is a dangerous damping-off disease as well as blue aliens across the Canadian borderin memorial to be maintained at government expense. .
T 1910. Stavisky had been in Misses Vera and Irene
practice because it is unsafe to mold. L 4 ------- ----- LeWis
keep sufficient quantities of these ; To provide as much sunshine as trouble ten years before the pawn- VANDERBILT Rising spent part of last week he!

fluids on hand for immersing a I possible for it during morning shop scandals. GUM BRANCH with their cousin, Miss Mary Me]

garment. These solvent are not hours, make the seedbed on an Others Serve<< TimeIn 11111"lmB.. Norman, Cor. Annie Mae Uarnnge, Cor. Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son. Clij

injurious to fabrics. eastern or southern slope if prac- most instances hirelings and, ence, spent last week-end inLajj
The "pad and sponge" is a good tical. Remove all trees and bushes associates of these "master mindsof Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, Jr., Butler with Mr. and Mrs. Sty,

method to use when applying that shade the bed in the morningso finance" have suffered legal I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene El- and children of Lake City were Brannen.Mr. .

grease solvents or when removing that dew will dry off the plants i penalties. I lis at Worthington Springs Satur- visiting J. A. Harnage and family and Mrs. Sanford Hitch j

stains which dissolve rapt dIy, as soon as possible.If t Several of Julian's employes I day night. Sunday. the State Farm spent the week*]

Brush off all dirt. Turn stained the bed is to be treated with pleaded guilty. Nine of Stavi-' Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and Mrs. Louise Denmark and Acres here with Mrs. Ritch's pareti,

r material Inside out and place on a benzol or sprayed, It should be pre- a sky's associate were found guilty family spent Saturday night with Chatman both of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown.

clean absorbent pad. Dip sponging pared so whichever method of con- Several directors of some of relatives in Gainesville. spent the week-end here with Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Howard, *

cloth In cleaning fluid, press out trol is used will give maximum re- Kreuger's many companies had to MIsses Irene Sapp, Juanita Sapp and Mrs. J. S. Sapp have made their home here for U j

excess moisture, then apply to sults. Beds should not be over 12 COSTER MUSICAIn answer to society for their mas- and Marjorie Reddish, all of this H. Keene and Vanice Keene of past several years, have moved

stain in light strokes, working feet wide-six to nine feet is bet- less than a fortnight of investigation ter's crimes section, attended Sunday School at Shamrock spent Sunday here with Lawtey. We wish them much IX.

from the outside toward the cen- i ter BO the plants will not be Coster'a financial ma- Coster-Musica's three brothers, Raiford last Sunday. relatives. cess in their new location.

ter of the spot, letting strokes ; tramped on. If benzol vapor is to chinations within the $86,000,000 associates in his Miss Eunice
operations Snowden
many was shop-
We to
Mrs. J. F. Shaw of the State are glad report thatJ.F!,
be the bed should be level
used on
taper in every direction to preventa firm were bared. Almost
drug are already under arrest ping in Jacksonville last Friday.A .
Mott who has been
Farm was visiting Mr. and Mrs. very III,,
ground and the frame must be
a ring forming. Blow on the spot simultaneously came the discoverythat Criminal
history continues to repeat large number. of young peoplein F. S. now improving.
as you work to hasten drying. ; tight and arranged so it can be the greatly respected, luxury- Itself--even when the case is this section called a meetingand Sapp Saturday. night. .

c j1 Change absorbent pads and sponge covered with heavy muslin cloth. loving wizzard of finance was real- so fantastic it takes one's breath organized a B. Y. P. U. at TOUR ENGINEERING PIMMEC
", cloth frequently. When working To protect plants from wind and ly Philip Muslca, twice-convicted away. Wateroak Church last Sunday LONG BRIDGE !

L, on colored fabrics, use a 'Iponge cold, bank the log or board frames swindler. night. Everyone is Invited to attend Miss Bonnie B. Turner, Cor. eral JACKSONVILLE.-Major Julian H. Ge
Schley,
+ with soil the outside and army
material if on use
of the
and pad same
The house of cards which the HOW TO TREAT the future meetings.
glneer chief, and Col. L. K. Wij
14 cloth free of holes. Provide
possible. sup- one-time Italian cheese importerhad CORN WEEVILSIn We are sorry to report that Har- Mr. and Mrs. Roan J. Turner kins state chief engineer, start
v for the cloth to 12
Solutions used to bleach out ports eight been building for 12 years old Alvarez is ill and hope that he were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. 'C. Friday a 10-day
on checkup
stains must be handled carefully Inches above the ground so wind ofjj
under the name of Coster crashed treating corn to control weevils soon recovers. Wynn in Hampton Sunday night. hula,
and rain will not beat it down army engineering projects
because they bleach out colors and a- even before all of Coster's fan- care should be taken to make Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman Miss Iris Crews of the State Ing the bitterly contested tan

rot silks, wools and some rayons. gainst the plants. tastic ups and downs could be uncovered the crib tight enough to hold car- were visiting relatives in Worth- Farm was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida canal project. The of:
c Javelle water and hydrogen per-, Provide good drainage for the bon W. B.
bisulphide fumes. The proper ington Springs Sunday afternoon. Lazenby last week. with their assistants startt
cers ,
bed and avoid low land
that
oxide two bleaches used fre- may
are be flooded. Mutch King Tumbles! dosage is one pound of carbon dl- Ovid Manning was the week- A large crowd from here attended up the St Johns River for tin:

quently. Commercial Ink removers In March 1932 Ivar Kreuger, sulphide for every 100 cubic feet of end guest of his parents, Mr. and the peanut shelling at Mr. Jim first inspection trip. The tour:
two 3-8-5
act as bleaches and are conveni- Apply about pounds of
crib
The
the Swedish Match King and international space. liquid is usually Mrs. Jim Manning. Harbrough's Friday night.B. being made preliminary to dra<
fertilizer bed
for other stains. yard of
ent removing per square
in shallow
him poured dishes that are F. Renfroe of Ft.
shot Ken-
industrialist Myers ing up recommendations for acti
p Further protection from soil can and mix it thoroughly with the
ZtiJ be given to garments which require top three inches of soil. Wellrotted self in his sumptuous Paris apart- placed Is over the pile of corn. If the DOUBLE RUN neth Turner of Long Bridge, andJ. by the next congress. All fede
ment. Afterward it discov- corn thoroughly dry, it will not C. Wynn of Hampton visit-
stable fertilizer was Mrs. W. A. Cor. were projects on both coasts will be kspected.
dry cleaning by employing or poultry may be harmed if Tyler
the
bisulphide is ing in the
of theworld's Wateroak section
of "one
ered that the assets Sun- .
be used to if is
it free
r such practices as guarding the advantage thrown dlrctly on it. -
necks of garments with washable of weed seed. Apply all fertilizera richest men" were mostly Winfred Rigdon of Fernandina

r,, scarves and collars, using apronsor week or two before planting and ledger manipulations running into Soaking burlap bags in the liquid spent the Christmas holidays with

smocks, and wearing washable work bed at planting.Sow hundreds of millions.In and hanging them on a line across his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

blouses with suits one tablespoonful of viable January 1934, in a cabin in the crib is another effective way I Manning.Mr. .
line
of Caskets
Sc Undertakers
of
Supplies
Through systematic and careful seed, never more than two, per 100 the little Alpine village of Cha- applying Jt. Dosage dependson and Mrs. Rudolph Bryant AMBULANCE SERVICE
the size of the
crib and
not the
brushing, airing and "spot" clean- square yards of bed. Unless sprayor monlx, the body of Serge "Hand- I announce the birth of a son Mon- DAY AND NIGHT
e amount of corn in it. The first
Ing of winter garments a savingin vapor treatments are to be us- some Alex" Stavisky was found. day night. S3 PIIONE53
I
clothing dollars will result. ed, sow an excess of bed area; two Police announced that the central I fumigation should be made at the Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Anderson O. II. BENNETT Mgr.

+ __ small beds in different locationsare figure in the $12,800,000 French first appearance of weevils usual-I and children, Vernon and J. C., of "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
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T-- better than one large bed. municipal pawnshop scandal had ly after the corn is ; Starke spent Sunday with Mr. and

I FOR ALL FORMS OF 1 To insure good germination of taken his own life. I second in late fall or early winter; Mrs. G. L. Kersey and Mr. and
and the third in the .
spring. More
seed, water the bed as necessary In the early summer of the I)I Mrs. Rudolph Bryant.
I and until the plant leaves are the same year, C. J. Julian, one-time'I I than one fumigation is necessary Friends of Cornelious Moore will
because of the
INSURANCEPLEASE size of a dime. Apply water with millionaire oil promoter in California hatching of weevil be glad to learn that he is home SPECIALYOUR
which not
affected
eggs are by
a sprinkling can or nozzel to a- and Oklahoma, drank poi- from the hospital and Is able to
I PHONE 146 I void washing up the seed or Injuring -, son in his Shanghai hotel room. the carbon bisulphide gas. be at work again.

II the plants. I He was a fugitive from, federal .--- Mrs. Mary Starling has been CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c

I After plants become established, justice, a. virtual prisoner in Let us never forget that the cul- visiting her brother-in-law and
HAROLDC.WALLAgency i remove cloth covers in the mornings Shanghai's International settle tivation of the earth is the most Important sister :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wil- GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO

of warm days to allow dew to ment, one of the few places in the labor of man. Unstable is mot, near Starke. The Wllmot's

: dry off and enable plants to gain world from which he could not be the future of a country which has also had as a week-end guest Miss PAYSmith's

? I strength. Replace cloth before extradited. I lost its taste for agriculture. If Alvatine Johnson.

Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years' night if weather is cool. Watchthe Charles Ponzl is one of the few there is one lesson of history (that Kathleen and Horace Nettles of
for insect I is unmistakable, it is that national Heilbronn
plants damage great bogus financiers of the generation -' Springs were visitingat Garage
J While nitrate of soda will not who is still alive having strength lies very near the soil the home of Mr. and Mrs Elige

control blue mold, it will stimulate -i' been deported to his native Italy |I Daniel Webster., I I'Coleman recently
-
growth of plants when they in 1934. But eight years earlier.
jt.EADINOMMkNOL1E begin to recover from the mold. when the state of Massachusetts I'

iNE Only one application (two to three sought to send him to prison for
of nitrate of soda mixedIn
pounds
from seven to nine years, the ,
50 gallons of water and applied "little wizard" jumped bail and i

with a sprinkling can) should be shipped for Genoa, Italy. He was ,: f,1
sw,+n tuto.e.e.tyf used if the proper amount of fertilizer caught when the ship touched New I SRO .tit A'HI2 ,

was used before planting Orleans. y i 5i v

ND seed. Never apply dry nitrate of Like To Swindle
ql soda because of of burnIng
danger -
Many of the men and many of

a D( lat4 the plants. I the scandals created by their

TRAIN SCHEDULE swindles have had much in com

AIR COt4OITJON D Schedule of trains arriving here I mon. All loved luxury. Kreuger's

daily. Subject to change without palaces and apartments were filled
notice. with art treasures; he was said to ID.s1 !

Southlxmnd-Due Starke live with a check book in his hand. .4 6

i No. 1-Local______ 11.25p.m. Julian at the height of his 'I I

lh 'r No. 191-Through____ 10.29p.m.No. wealth, lived like an oriental

1 h'f 107-Through____ 8.37a.m. prince. Stavisky spent lavishlyand
Northbound-Due Starke entertained in the highest social ,p

No. 2-Local_______ 5.28 a. m. circles in France. Ponzl hada I t
No. 108-.Through.5.41 p. m. palatial home at Lexington s ,
Sturke and Bell Brunch Mass., and was driven about in ac

No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. enormous cream-colored automo- I

No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. bile. Coster-Muslca's pride was a
-v COMFORT (Daily except Sunday's) beautiful 132-foot yacht on whichhe I

: EVERY T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. often cruised and entertained.
at this mod.ra. fireproof betel hi In* Kreuger Stavisky and Coster-
boart ol downtown lacluoovOle. ETery eelle.esCOLDS
Muaica moved in
loom with tub and ihower. soft water, Ciety.
radio. Ever* b.d with Innoraprlng mat.mm 666
and loadlnq lamp. Banning lcwatot flr.t day and potentates; lent them millions. *
en ...ry Door.POPULAR. Headachesand Stavlsky's box at the races was

PRICED Fever next to France's president, and ,
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COFFEE SHOP Liquid Tnblet In SO minute.Satre .
when
"Handsome Alex's" perfidywas
t 0,1.. I. S. POUND H.nq I ><>.. l>rop* dae to L'ulil. ?t ,
t
uncovered, a cabinet went
HOTEL PAlTtN V HOTEL DUOTO
CA.a...... t..a..1 I 'IJnlnient down with him. Coster-Muslca
.. --...: : *
Try "ltub-\ly.TIIIJJ1"--! Wonderful
_ was one of Wall Street a gods 4e

(the second this year to "take the

rap," but Richard Whitney's case

Bronchial Coughs was different from these and not The
based on the kind of theft that

would place him among the great
..
swindlers).
Need Creomulsicn '
What the end of the story in the everybody knows ?a -,

______ L drug company case will be is not
Just a common cough, a chestcold ingredients so that now in ureomui--
or a bronchial irritation of today slon you get a good dose of genuine determined, of course but in every
may lead to serious trouble to- Beechwood Creosote which is palatable other instance there has beena
( morrow. They may be relieved now and may be taken frequently trail of tears behind the swindle Whoever you arc ; whatever you do wherever '
with, Creomulslon, an emulsified by both, adults and children. 1 I 4', ,
Creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulslon Is one preparation kings. you may be,..when you think of refreshment you 1 ,
Creomulslon is a medicinal com- that goes to the very seat of the trouble Ponzl's original investors backin
bination designed to aid nature in,' to help loosen and expel germ- the 1020's were said to have welcome an Ice-cold Coca-Cola. For CocaColais
soothing and healing infected mucous laden phlegm. When coughs chest
r membranes by allaying irritation colds and bronchial troubles-due to put $1 ,OOOOOO in his international pure refreshment-familiar to everybody.
and Inflammation and by common colds-hang on. get a bottleof exchange scheme in Boston
aiding in looKcnlnir, and expelling Creomulslon from your druggist and thousands more were sunkin
germ-laden phlegm. use it as directed and if you are not
The Medical Profession has for satisfied with the relief obtained his Florida real estate R'.
generations recognized the beneficial the druggist is authorized to retundyour Although Julian had steppedout STARKE{ COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
effect of Beechwood Creosote in money. Creomulslon is one J of the Julian Petroleum Co.
the treatment of coughs chest colds
word ask for it plainly,see that the
and bronchial irritations. A specialprocess name on the bottle is Creomulslon. in Los Angeles when that company
was worked out by a chem and you'll get the genuine product I collapsed It was referred toas
ist for blending Creosote with other and the "
relief you want. (Ady.! a $100,000,000 company. His


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hi11 \led( ( on i I. I hi'urd Miz Northcoto say she'"

I UTWEST WIT W- Al.iuan toll faint as she looked sure houses git to heaven like anybody .
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at them, "Whyvhy ." she else, BO Just think, yoltI\ -

l.iltiMMl.I Just boiled them." have plenty of green pastures up : :I UVC t

ti g i A \4 l lt "Botlid them!" Ray burst out, there." :

m i horrified "I get the beat pair of Suddenly she waa weeping

:oots on the range Send all strongly. "If he could only talk!
.11
/'AOAPTID FROM THE METflOQ.3/dwy2; MAYER the way to Chicago for them And let me know he savvied!" I I '

Break 'em In so careful . Buy '
MALSEVRAINES'UIAT l Andy spoke up, hesitantly. "I II Jol.ISCOP.I I
: extra good oil for 'em And, you BAPTIST METHODIST ritKSIIVTEKIAN CHRISTIAN
I'll another horse,
-- you boil 'em!" buy you Rev. I.. A. Shepherd,, n.-,'. Frank RoblnHonl'o"tor Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerkes, Jr. Supt. Chun-h Shool:
, Jake," he offered. Pastor rtev. Dr. nice and Rector I.emmle Garrett
HAS HAPPENEDSO lasses, she poured It Into the same "But Jake said ." she turnedon A J. Thomas, Supt. E. K. Ferryman, Uev Dr. Adams Sunday !School Supt Sunday Morning
:to FAR: can she had Just emptied. When the child angrily. "You told me Jake didn't look at him as she Sunday School' Oen. Superintendentof Organist Miss Ella J. Sass* Sunday 10 O'clockWorship Schoel
'ltlnff their Marian entered Jake answered. Sunday School Church School Mr. U. 1Da v I. Organist
I Marlon Hardy, an angelic Service
,
wrong on purpose. You put the 9.45 A. M. Church School' Mrs. James CarlyU
Iho |, X ranch of the North- expression on her face, WitS wipinga molasses back on purpose. Oh, "Calico ain't Just a hoss," she Morning" Service 10 A.t. Church School Mathews Supt. Services 11 O'clockSunday

ft tt'rt with her family teils her plate with a dish towel. Marian you hoirlble child!" said passionately. "He's my part- 11 A. M. Morning WorshipService Church Hoy School School Service Sunday 7:39:Uverrlntr P. M.
Bnptlnt Trainingfiiloii 11 A. M. 10 A. M.
,
ItI
fther that she has fallen Inlie beamed at her. ner." 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting d.tiesday .
Itr. Ray started angrily. "Don't you II.,10 I' M. Rvenlnfr Worship Mornlna__ _11 A. M. 7:10
, with Kay Holt, handsome "You have four stars already!" talk that way to Jake!" Sho sobbed as If her heart Evening Service, Service' 7:30: P. M.YounlC' Morning Worship Fridays _7:30: P. M. evening
730 P. M. ?
take. she exclaimed. "You'll be ; People'sLeHKtiA 11 A. M.MISSION .
Hardy
J!<. |i'email. Judge perfect "But It's true!" Marian cried. would break. Andy could hardly Prayer Meeting Meetings Holy Days 10 A. M.uosrxx .
i calmly, and IIdd"I' thut she this morning, won't you? And "Oh, don't you see, she did It bear to see her anguish now. WednaHday, 7.30: P.M. II:30 1' M. MIX. ALLIANCE

y looking. after hIs hounehoM you're not going to regret It." I deliberately!" "You got hundreds more horses Mrs. Monti Pianist Canova Prayer MeetingWednesday P.M.
7:30 President
!artf. 14 Mt el ht-yeur-old OaughJr "Sure, I've reformed," Jake said Ray was blind with "Jake here on the ranch. better'n Calico Choir Director Mrs. F. II. Long, HAUL T.\8. The Rev. FrankKponsored
few days, as smugly. "Kin I have doll formy anger. John II. PowellChairman Robinson
for a a
Jake, wouldn't do like that!" he he argued. Organist and Choir:: Spon.oa.: by
ietat.. |i experiment.; Jake at the birthday?" a thing She turned to him. "You don't Board of Deacons Director Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and ){r.. VIce President
t exclaimed "She knows J. Rev Leslie
furiously. T. QulKleyKvaiiKellntlo The
Mrs. E3 K.
at.K ItIK't reJent Marian's proshoe. "We'll see, Marian Bald, pleased. savvy," she said. "Did you ever J. F Klckllter Pcrrynmn. J. T. QulgleyBible Shepherd
how Assistant Serviceeach
: to treat boots. You do dumb Chairman I OrganistT.
"Now let's get busy and fix have n dog?" Board of Trustees T. Long, Assistant Study, each Friday evening Sucre taryTreasumThe .
things ruin boots .
everything up. You can &tart my "Sure I had a dog" Andy said, a L. a. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7-30: 7:30 o'clock I Rev Fred Yerkea
smear the house with molasses
it CHAPTER SEVEN on. j up shadow suddenly crossing his fea
then to blame It
try on
ttn t ndy looked proudly at the plc- "I: better clean Ray's boots," I little baby!" a poor tures. "Cutest little tyke you ever MISSION 11.1.1.NIJ Essay Contest Scout ServicesAt

of himself, In full Western rela Jake said quickly, getting them saw." TAKEKNACLE
L- I on Calico In the midst of a from, the corner. "He likes to Marian wept bitterly. ""She "Where Is he now?" Sponsored By MethodistThe
wanted to get me in she
nendous leap. He handed It look right smart when he goes to wrong : "He's dead," Andy replied brok DI' Wm. R. Newell, well-known Baptist Church
said. "Oh, how dare take her
t itS father Judge Hardy show- town Saturdays; she explained."I'll you enly. "Run over by a truck" He Bible teacher and author began a Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
How dare talk to me
do that!" Marian said "It's part you winced. "Go ahead and ask me: series of meetings at the Taber- was administered In the First
hfo larm that way! And after I've tried so Services will be conducted In the
But my goodness gracious, AnBr my duty to learn how." She took I Sure I cried a little I cried a nacle Tuesday night. There was a Methodist Church last Sunday
folk
hard! Oh!
you couldn't have done that the boots from Jake "What do lot ," large and appreciative audience First Baptist Church next Sandayat morning by the pastor, the Rev.

one of these horses!" he said. you use polish?" she asked. dance Jake of was her doing a little war shepurposely "Then mabbe you kin uuderstan' present to welcome him. Everyone the usual hours, 11 A. M, and Frank Robinson, to a large groupof
own. Suddenly
el indy laughed. "Nope. I rode ace "If I was you," Jake said im- a tiny little bit of how I feel about enjoyed the lecture which was 7:30: P. M. At the Morning Service worshipers. The full ritual was
skidded into the motes -
I .,._____-**;__.A.Ar4 *1su ... n.vv."en.__ "_Luvreu ...>*, I Calico." Jake said. "There's just- scriptural and spiritual. I th.. Pnator .-.,.4ISupreme ... -fllnriiHii-- -- "Th. ...-. used and was supported by choral
b 1 no sense to having to shoot Calico Brother Robinson, pastor of the and instrumental. responses Next
stood she from head of The
IIIe up was sticky Object! Praying will
I Just no sense. Hampton Baptist Church, led the Sunday morning the pastor
to foot. And she with
en! "What in the jumping I delight. grinned Andy was unable to face it any : singing, accompanied by Mr. message Is directed toward the un preach on the subject "Forget

longer. lie stood there white and I Gomes and Mrs. Wyrick of Luw- limited possibilities that one possesses ting". In this service Mrs. F H.
ha?
Jehosophat happened Ifl,, This was too much for Marian.
wir : With one horrified look at Jake trembling, his eyes blazing now. tey on the two pianos He also In experiencing for himself Long will render special organ selections -
to my: boots"h.eci-iedouc. "Well don'tcha hate I beautiful solo his mus- ot and the Choir will be heardIn
a she ran out of the house, crying. why say you played a on the great statements religious
me?" he cried. "Why don't you ical suw. The older group of girls power and personal holiness a beautiful anthem. The wor-

tiw CHAPTER EIGHT tell me I'm a horse killer? Why sang a special number and a duet The Evening Service will be dedicated ship services In t the Methodist

don't you beat me or something was sung by Gladys Johnson and t olhe extensive activities Church have been Increased In

I Andy led Calico from his shed. I ." He covered his face Geraldine Silcox. In which active church members: their effectiveness by the additionof
J.! Around the horse's legs he hadrlgge.l with his hands. a pipe organ, a well prepared
' Dr. Newell spoke on a subject are engaged, as they cooperate tc
, I a lariat, forming a sort of Jake raised a tear-stained face. that Is of vital Importance, "The translate the experiences of Individual choir, and a warm and comfortable

; : anti-bucking device. He was talk- "I guess," she said dully, "I guess Second Coming of Christ." It Is I Christianity! Into unlvei'Hal auditorium. Increasing numbersof

ing earnestly to the animal. you Jlst dldn know no better, I strange that preachers who profess life. At this Service the Womens'MhlHlonury worshipers have been availing
I themselves of the opportunity of
'This isn't gonna hurt you, Andy. to be students of the Word of Union will celubrute lt II

fee Calico. It's to keep you from The boy turned away, stumbling I God should ignore a truth that is regular Missionary Night. All resIdents worship under these clr cum -

bucking while I'm in the saddle blindly from the barn upon almost every page of the New of the community, tourists stances.

tt a very simple: after we get In the Judge's room upstairs, Testament. Baptist preachers of- visiting' temporarily, and others) Last Sunday night the congregation

tt l used to each other maybe I'll teach Marian stood bravely before her ten stress the doctrine of Baptism, are welcome at these Services. iind pastor were led into..

:1 i: you to Jump the back fence and father. Tearful-eyed, she was but Baptism Is only referred to worshipful attitude by the excellent

:1if q' : land right In front of Jake. And twisting a handkerchief nervouslyas about 40 times; while Ihe I returnof rendition of several familiar

14 q- I will her eyes pop! I guess shewon't the Judge, seated on the chaise our Lord and Saviour, Jenus! Teachers and offIcern of the First hymns, developed Into a beautiful

ifti I make any more cracks about lounge, watched her. Christ, Is mentioned over 400 timesIn liiipllat Church Sunday School met combination of tones on the organ,

: 'monkey wee rd' cowboys! Now "Dad," she said earnestly, "I was the New Testament.The last WedncHduy night In regular by Charles Penile ?trK, E. K.

." foolish and romantic monthly conference, to discuss pieolclcd ut the console
there there steady, boy. just being out the hur- Perryman
I He leaped Into the saddle, still again." Suddenly her face went speaker pointed plans for a Teacher. Training Clixsa In her usual pleasing manner during -
mony between: that passage that I in Church next
---- I peaking soothingly. white. to be conducted the the congregational; Hinging of

| rail and Uncle Bill tricked passively, "I'd give 'em a good "There, that didn't bother youso "Dad! Oh. Dad!" every preacher uses on funeral oc- week The ClaMs will begin Monday the I service. Next Sunday night of

r In on the bronc with his new I boiling first'! They're special leather much, did he began. The Judge leaped up. "Easy I, cuslona, John 14:1-3: and 1 Thess. night at seven o'clock, and special Interest lo, not only members -

it ported camera and a double y'know, and boiling in baking Calico whirled, trying to buck now," he cautioned. "You're 41618.; Jesus said, "I will comeiaguin' will continue each night thl'oughl"I'ldIlY of the Church but to many

sure1'!'' he admitted "I'm mail- soda keeps 'em solft." him oft but hindered by the rope, you're not going to faint. ; Paul said, "The Lord, Himself January 13. A committeehas who lire members of other churches .

this to Polly. Just wait till "Really!" said Marian, mildly could only kick. Andy's face wasa "No. But I wrote Dennis that I shall descend from Heaven". been selected to assist In en will be the Ri-d dlcatlon service

rvel gets a load of 'Dare Devil surprised. "I don't know much bit more anxious now. was going to marry someone else," Again Jesus said, "I will receive listing students for the Study of Troop 70, Boy Scouts of

|dy, the Terror of the Range.'!" about such things." She went to "Now If you'd only quit fighting she walled "Now he'll he'll you unto Myself"; Paul, "We shall Course, and Includes the following America The entire Starke troop
and took a big kettle of be caught up to meet the Lord In Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs.
ake, who had been standing the stove ," he pleaded, "and go for a think I'm second-handed If persons: will conduct their own parts In the
water from it to the the Air". Last, Jesus, "That whereI L), L. Sllcox, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee,
rby, tagged after- him as hent steaming nice ride She broke off "Does everyone pay service. Scouts taking actlng'andBpcaklng
the kettle in the am there ye may be alxo" ; Paul, Mrs. L. A. Canova
bathtub. Placing he Mrs. Ralph Cox will be the following
into the next room. Andy tried to head Calico for for every impulsive thing parts
HWho's Polly?" she asked tub, she put the boots into the the open range but the horse balk- does?" she cried I "So shall we ever be with theLord" to I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. T. K. : Life Scout Frank Robinson

steaming water. the "I did the Judge said Christians today ought McClane, Jr., Mlsa Juanita (flu re- HI, Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
'GIrl friend. ed, whirled and bolted for corral always :
of
looked on grimly. "And be wary lest they be like those root Mrs. J. 13. Carlisle, R. A. Scout
ake seemed a little disappolnt- Jake fence. Andy hung on speechlessly drily. as the Narrator; First Class
"Oh, you got a girl friend?" then," she said, "I'd advise you to : as the howe leaped. Then "I've got to eat humble pie. I'll whom the Apostle Peter speaks this in NewHome. P. M. Barefoot, L. G. Knos Hayes, Senior Patrol Leader

'Got several," Andy said loftily. get them out in the sun for a I: he was on the ground. As Calico eat It and I'll smear it all over first his second, that there epistle shall, "Knowing come In the Powell and William Powell. as the Signaler; First Class Scout,
"
['Kin I be one?" Jake asked. spell. I had leaped, part of the lariat had my face If he wants me to!" she scoffers walking after Leonard Smith, Patrol Leader asFaith
last days, ,
ndy looked down scornfully. Jake watched nonchalantly while I I caught on the fence and the horse said determinedly. "I'm going to their own lusts, and saying 'Where The Committee on Christian Education < In God'; Second Class Scout

that do you think am. a Marian "varnished" the floor. She I. went down heavily, throwing the phone him long distance right Is the promise of His coming? for of the First Baptist Church Sonny Hayes Patrol Leader, as
demanded.He object when the girl himselfup !" contest 'Faith In Man'; First Class Scout
die-robber? he didn't even boy clear Andy picked now since the fathers fell asleep all here is sponsoring an essay
| stopped as he saw Marian dressed her In a pretty little dress trying to grin. "Go right ahead, honey," the things continue as they were from among members of the Sunday Arch Thomas, Jr., Patrol Leader

(iited at the typewriter, but Martin and combed her hair in the latest "Well, I guess I don't blame Judge smiled as she started from the beginning of the Creation'. I School, Training Union, and the as 'Faith In Liberty'; First Claaa

cD at once stood up, leaving her feminine mode. Jake stood stifflyas you," he started. His face went the room. At the door, she stop- Peter 3:3-4.: This is an explanation Church. Any person from the Scout Michael Dew, Patrol Leader

tter folded on the table. Marian stepped mack to survey white and hla voice became a ped."Some of the attitude of Modernists, junior age of nine up through all aa 'Faith In America'. The other

"I thought I told you to go to her work. I strangled gasp as Calico, struggling day,"' she said with a so-called, toward this doctrine.If other age groups may enter the members of the Troop will assemble

Id1! she said sharolv.. to Jake "You see you're sweet! she up, hobbled on three legs. whimsical grin, "I'll give you the contest. The subject on which on the rostrum and take partIn

she stood up and led the pro- exclaimed proudly.All I ..... --- you have not as yet availed Contestants will write is, "How the< the service. Parents and friendsof
sudden Marian was i -: : yourself of the opportunity ol Works", Entrants Scouts are especially Invited to
of
poundedthe a
sling child away, Andy ., I : ::1f Bible Cooperative Program
flies buzzing hearing this outstanding attend this service,
) typewriter. aware of numerous I" .V In the contest may get information -

.I For a moment, he sat there un- around the newly "varnished1 I 'Calico ain't just ahou," ,. ''f' '.i'f..)...... .'"' .-.1. teacher, there la yet time to hear and assistance from any; Prayer Meeting will be conducted -

rtalnly, scratching his head and floor. A diabolical grin came over | shi said pattionatelj.' : f <- ('.' .),-.''to ',' him. Come Thursday or Friday and all sources, and may get fron at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday nightat
.
.
getlng with the .papers lying Jake's face as she watched Marian I "H '. my partner." : "r:', ;_ night. the Pastor various articles giving which time a message of Interest -

out. Suddenly, he noticed Mar- go to work with the flyswatter.When \'.. ..0'- ...- ilr I the desired Information on tha Cooperative will be brought.
n'a letter. Unfolding It, he read: Ray entered, a moment bucks; that'll make thirty-five. 1 Program. The *IISILY; Of. special Interest to all the

"Darling: Before I left Carvel I later, he could hardly believe his I _ know how you feel about credit, must be of not leas than one hundred Young People will be the monthly

asn't sure I cared enough foru eyes when he looked at Jake. l lt' but I wish you'd give me that words, and may be aa long as: meeting of the Garfield Evans

! > and now I know I DON'T "I made the dress myself," Mar- thirty-five bucks now and fifteen one thousand words. All essays: League Union All those planningto

>ere Is somebody else and I wantu Ian beamed proudly. "You I ,.t ,, o ; with It to make fifty dollars." entered In the contest must\ be lithe attend are requested to meet at

. to be the first to know It." it was awful for a little know'l I ',. ________ The Judge stared, amazed. hands of the Committee on 01 the Church by 7 o'clock for transportation -

Andy suddenly had an idea Con- to have anything but "Fifty dollars? Why, Andy, before January 29. Any person attending The President, A Z.

> Itlng Marian's letter from time pants. Not a single dress to her I that's a lot of money for anyone, the Sunday School, the B Adklns, Jr.. urges all Methodist

time, he wrote: I name." i' let alone. Y. P. U.'s, or the Church Services I Young People of the Intermediateand

"Darling: Before I left Carve i Her enthusiasm, somehow, had ,' He paused, seeing: the despera- may write a paper for entrance It Senior-Young People's Depart-

[as sure I cared enought for you not fully communicated. Itself tc In He stood the contest. The paper judged ment to attend.A .
tion up
Andy's
-' eyes.
rubbed his as he p beat In each division will be awarded -
and now now know I DO! Ray, who eyes J ; and paced and down for a most cordial Invitation Is extended -
He finished Just as Marian bur- stared at the transformation. He _, "', moment. Then up he stopped In frontof a gift Bible; this one award will to all our members and
bewildered. 1 fr# be made in each of the following
ed In. Hastily he dropped both was a. bit his friends to come and worship with,
tiers. Then, innocently he picked "Why it's just swell," he I \ BOn groups: From nine to twelve years us at any and all of our services.

ie up and slipped It into an en- said matter-of-factly. "Now we'd I "It must be a frightful emergency inclusive; thirteen to sixteen; seventeen I I A warm spiritual and physical reception -

lope addressed to Miss Polly better hustle If we want to get' to .. -_ If you need that much so to twenty-four; twenty-fivi will greet you at our

ienedict Marian angry becausee town before the stores get Jammedup. I ; $4:: _badly," he said quietly. up. Church.VOOTSEY'S.

thought he had read her mall ." ;;. .t; Andy's eyes never left his fath- +- --
C'
ok the other letter without Disappointed at not receiving __ .- -'- / -/In/ ;;........... .,.,- --, .f er's face. A reception for all new members HBACII

anclng at It more praise, Marian put up an I limp lurid details of my trial "Can I have it?" he asked received into the Church during Cor.
father'sboots his fourth dangling Miss Effle Crawford.
That energetic front. "Get your slowly. and who be received
night the Rardys gathed As "Calico!" Andy shrieked, terror- age." 1038 any may -
for snack Ine dear," she said to Jake. I terrible nodded the Judge. will be held In the
a midnight for the back stricken. Ills face contorted with "Pretty ? he asked sym "Of course, Sunday, Ernest Register of Orlando spent

Northcote kitchen. Conversa- :, the child started had been left in anguish. screamed out: pathetically."Was He took out his worn billfold, Church next Wednesday night, be- Wednesday of last week with Mr.

on was mostly about the North. porch. where they "I cleaned "Dad!! Jake! Uncle Bill! Come It!! Poor Ray! I boiled his counted out the money very carefully ginning at 7:30: o'clock. The reception and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.

'tes, how kind they were and the hot sun, she said" : quick." pet riding boots" and handed It to Andy. will be combined with the i Mrs. Cliff Canon and three sons

IW unfortunate It was that they them myself Ray. staring downat He began to sob pitifully as he The Judge exploded with laugh "As long aa I've got anythingleft quarterly business meeting of the of Lakeland spent the week-end

ust soon give up the ranch. The foreman was Suddenly he saw the damage he had caused.A ter. Marian opened the door Andrew, It's yours, ton," he Church, and will include a social I here with Mr. and Mrs. R. N

"Imagine losing this beautiful the floor, sniffing. It with a few minutes later Calico lay "Personally," she said, her eyes said simply. period to help new members and I Crawford.

lace!" Aunt Mllly said bent down and touched on a bed of straw while one of twinkling, "I think all the Hardy'sare Andy trembled with relief and old members get acquainted. The Miss Ruth Murrhee returned,

"But, Dad," Marian protested finger. did the cowhands examined his leg. a jlttle bit crazy." gratitude."Gee entire membership of the churchill home Sunday after spending the
varnish you
ran tic ally, "That means Ray will "What" kind of with a frown. Watching in anxious silence were No sooner had she left and the you're swell, Dud!" he requested to come and enjoy the Christmas holidays In Jacksonvillewith

'I. out of work use ? he asked" Andy, Bill and Jake. Jake's face Judge had settled himself comfortably cried. "I've been an awful fool. meeting. her cousin, Miss Inez nod den-
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Mrs. Hardy stared at her. "Ray1n. "Smells sweet. then Andy, --- --.------
came overMarian's was a white mask of agony as she once more Everything you said about me berry.
> the foreman. Don't worry A look of dismay"The varnish that stood there, manfully stifling the his face grim and set, entered. i since that basketball letter ain't Christian Church Mrs. R. N. Crawford and sons,

'bout" him, dear, he'll get another face the molasses can tears. "Well, Andrew," the Judge began I mean Isn't the half of It. ServicesThe Robert and Stanley, and Mr. and

oo. She turned to the Judge, Jake" had In the truth dawnedon "Leg's broke, all right," Al, the cheerfully. Then, noticing his I didn't have enough sense to see Mrs C. E. Crawford and sons,

but you must do something to I Oh! Suddenly turned as Jake en- cowhand, said gravely. "Nothing to fact he sat up anxiously. "What's that you know Just about every Junior and Edwin, spent Sunday

elp the Northcotes, James." her. She the boots behind do but shoot him." the matter, son?" he asked In thing. and I don't know noth- Rev W. T. McGuire will with relatives In St. George, Ga.

"I've tried" the Judge said' tered carrying Jake moaned.Bill some concern. In'; I'm just not worth being your preach at the Christian Church Donald Green of Ft. Meade spent
Baiting his head. "I've spent days her. her shoulder. Andy sat down on the bed. here Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30:
demanded, IIdldn.t put a hand on son! But I'm cured Dad, and you sevl! 'al days) of last week here
i the County Courthouse, and "Jake, she molasses back in "Honey, I'm sorry" he said softly. "Dad," he said hoarsely, his voice are going to find out. I'll never p. m. At 7 o'clock Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green.

I8hta planning strategy that put the ?" "Please," Jake said, in a strangled trembling, "remember that verse forget this!" the Thereasa Christian Union will Mrs. O. C. Geiger Miss Retha

f"n't work. Today the Court de- the molasses can triumphantly."You voice. "I d like for Ray to in the Bible? 'Pride goeth beforea he rushed from the jive an Interesting program. The Geiger, and Mra. Homer Lee Geiger -

>led our petition for an injunction Jake was smiling things in shoot him." fall?' Well I got mine," He covered I Turning, back the tears that public Is invited to attend.Presbyterian all of Starke, and Mrs. Leon
to keep holding
Satnst: Bruxton. I'm afraid Dora told me ?" Northcote nodded. "We'll wait his face in horror of recollect room ard Vtckary and Miss Ruth Vlck-
didn'tcha I rose to his eyes.
as right miracle's the answer.ut the right cans ion.
; a until he comes back. Church of Leesburg were visiting Mrs.
tell me you ary
I haven't given up yet. We've "But you didn't" cried, out- I Bill and Al walked off, leaving "Tell me about It, Andrew." The When, a few minutes later, the Robert Crawford, here Sunday.

till got another day" changed them! Marian I Jake alone with Calico and Judge leaned forward."I Judge learned about the what accidentto the Communion of the Lord's Supper Harmon Hodges and Miss Edna
raged. white-faced watched them can't talk about It yet," Andy Calico he wondered Jacksonville spent Sun-
of
his hands for the Andy for. Was it will be observed at the PresbyterIan Johns
Jake Ray held out I "You'll know soon boy wanted the money
was up early the next handed I both. said simply. Church Sunday morning at 11 day here with rela es.
slowly
Ptwrning. and before Marian enered boots and Jake beautiful boots "Calico, baby" Jake sobbed, her enough. But ."He bit his lips to run away? He started to anxiouslyat search A.dama, will use as his theme "The Little Esther Geiger Is spending

the Holt cottage, the child them to him. The warped and arms around the horse's neck "It's fiercely as he gained courage. the idea and began : 'clock when the pastor Dr. C. C. several days In Starke with her

as grimly going about some busI- I were now cracked I maybe gon.a hurt maybe jlst a "Pop, I got my Christmas moneyin for Andy. But the boy was nowhere First Miracle of Calvary" Sunday grandparents, Mr and Mrs. O. C.
585 First she the varnish shrunken! the bank at home. I can sell to be found. I
poured Jehoso- little minute; but after that, why, School will be held at 10 o'clock I Gelger.n. .
rom the can marked 'lmola3.eV* What In the Jumping boots?" I say, nothln'll ever hurt you. And my roadster for about twenty (TO BE CONTINUED}
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE::, FLORIDA FKIDAY, Rr
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-- - I GRAHAMMrs. I Woman Invented Invisible Glass -"I

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished L. C...Smith, Cor.
THE POCKETBOOK I 1ty1, .

1877 Mr. and Mrs. Austin Flower and

Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves and 41'I
of KNOWLEDCE T PS
children of Lake Wales were visiting
Second Class I
Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered as : I
relatives here during the holidays. -
Matter\ at the PORt Office at Starke, Florida .- .

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rli4d6tf .u.- / Mr. and Mrs. David Durbin and
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AAEAYBEFtTJNFLORIDAPRESS /' / children of Jacksonville spent the

Christmas holidays with her mother.
ASSOCIATION I
Mrs. C. Fogg. I I

T 3otAVCUd 2eouda' \:) Mr.: and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and
children of Reddlck spent Christ

E. L. Matthews------------------------Editor and Owner 46S mas with her parents, Mr. and I

.. Mrs. E. Strickland.Mr. t I
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and Mrs. H. D. Rogers of ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Of EVERY POLIAK PAID FORttECrIC IU4,ANAVERAftt '" ;
Ot /2.. 0 TA*, Windermere spent the holidays
Yearly, $1.50; Sir Months, 75c-Payable in Advance CceliECTCRf... with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L

Advertising Rates on Application C. Smith
1\.If\ 110m ,u1fONIIOL..NOW oP
Mr. and Mrs. VVillard Smith and
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1'UIMB/.ESo/ wens UffL8 un WAS ORI&I..LL1ORIGINALLY I
LOOKING FQRWARD TO 1939 CALLEP l DelGM! fOR A PEFIN1TBf sons, J. W. and Paul. and Mr. and
URPOE_ A RElIC Of
.THUMB BIU" r.. JUS CV> WH l1C 4Th WfffPAMMT Mrs Olin Graves and daughter, ,
The year which camerto a close last Saturday was a mo- BECAUff 7wV '/ TO 8N7pvUAA77N2WfR Shirley of Windermere, spent the
WORN TMOAT/MCIEMEHT WfATHEH
mentous one, not only for theUnited States but for the entire CW TJlE 'THVMII. holidays with relatives here. ') .
LI Mr. and Mrs. Averner Padgettof .ifY ..,, .... a
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civilized world. It was a year of crises, of dramatic' and far- of ---
O Hague were recent guests
reaching changes in the structure of governments and of :. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency. Schenectady N. YDr.. Katherine B. Blodgett, noted *-omat
scientist shown at work in the General Electric laboratories
peoples. By the narrowest of margins world which : a Mrs. F. T. Abernathy spent the i din
a war, ta d shortly before she announced her discovery of a coating thai+ maku
seemed almost certain at times, was averted. In the mean- tl. t holidays with her daughter, Mrs. glass invisible. Opening up a rew vista in the industry. th, flit
?--1 Y Forrest Reynolds in Jacksonville. with which glass is <,coated does two things never befon, pw
while, major, though undeclared wars are in progress on two :4 Foster Reynolds of Los Angeles sible. First it abolishes all reflection on glass from any angii at

of the continents and Hitler is keeping the world guessing Cal., was visiting his grandparents, second it enables the glass to transmit more than 99 per cnt, rI
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy, the light that hits it. Purest glass today transmits no mot the
what his next will be.
there be
move Unfortunately, can no
Friday. 92 per cent of light.
f, real stability in the world, no permanent rest for the nerves ;:.;) Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of Clear-

of the troubled billions who inhabit it, so long as this is true. J /. e water were recent guests of Mrs. Phillips, District One; W L Wall, the South Went quarter ot ''ii R.,

Coming home to our own country, 1938 opened with busi- Arthur Broughton.Mrs. District Two; A. A. Durden Dis- Kant ship quarter Five, South of Section of Rang On' t tw Tci,j
Leila Rafuse and childrenof trict Three; H. D. May, District one East containing one ilcri ,
ness declining on hand and with depression deepening.At 1tN acre In NW corner of SW% mlNKU
every Starke visited her sister, Mrs. Four; and R. A. Weeks, District (
S. 1, T. 6, 8. of H. 21 East L
the year's end, however, one of the sharpest improve- wqUIEN Harvey Starling, last week. Five. Said bid. will be opened L l
ENGLAND OIIRIN6'iil5 ftttfM Of Mrs. I. W. Dyal has returned meeting of the Bradford ':? I
ments in business history registered of five A/IIN./ ,IT ECAME 'nUFMNION ,
was over a period Hoard of public Instruction r, Hi
TO U/CAR N/ Hr6fJW ARI& rHOro'BU JON from a visit in Jacksonville with I II J\OT1C'K' OP APPLICATION FOR day February 6, 1039 at J 10:Ol
months, and the immediate prospects favor a continuation of me.vmeert IH rue a COffgt.M ntGUM fACTORY WORKER/WW WORK Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Lewis. TAX I1KKUHennle clock.
MylAMr,OVFK IHe UfUAt) / A GERMAN 9 ( 11111 IVo. rail: fan
this trend. Starke merchants generally agree that 1938 wasa PAM/' 1\.OI\ftAtrMlAAl1MIWIA') '" f _lav6 I I The Rev. L. G. Hemmingway lnt.1 NOTICE IS HEHliUY GIVEN, That 1

better year than 1937 and are looking forward hopefullyto Starke filled his regular a p C Mrs.er lift Amanda""t a NI" .Crosby lee. Issued' holder the of End Taxday .. NOTICHNutlce
ment at the Baptist Church ::sun- ; ;,'r.September;; :, A. D.' : IMS.! hasfiled U hereby given Ihn.I
J, Clerk
Thomas, ,
of the
what 1939 will bring.A mime In my office and haM 'If 1
Court In find for Hradfonl
HAVE YOU READ? Dies of PneumoniaColesburn day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and made application for a tax deed to Florida, have on'hand certitu'w fjlclerlwd
casual summing indicates than be !IxHUvd thereon
up more ample groundsfor from, the sale of 'undi I
Thornton 14- Mrs. L. C. Smith were visitors to Said certificate embraces the following .
Lloyd Tax Deed under and by virtue or[ I IprovlNlonn
Starke and Bradford face the New Year with
County to "FOUR OF HEARTS" Starke last Friday. described! property In the of Chapter 17457 I.all'
year-old son of Mr. and! Mrs. David I County of Jiradford, State of Florida Florida, Acts. of 1DJ5, ax foil ,
confidence and optimism. The most immediate cause for (Ellery Queen) Thornton of the State Farm, died Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton of towitV"Mt: Half of Northeast wit; Amount duo Seneca .11.UJ';'I
high hope is the amazingly good outlook for a bumper straw- This is Ellery Queen's fourteenth Starke attended church here Sun- i Quarter and Kant Half of' Northwest foul '4.01 under the milt' > \\\t\.
Quarter Section 4 Town- Hair of of '
in the Alachua County 8H4' 8E'of SH"tlTowimhtp
Tuesday
novel those of who have and dinner of Mr.
and
you day were guests ship South/ Range 21 East, con 8 .
South JJnilKi ; r|
berry crop here this season. Acreage is the largest in many read his other novels will surely Hospital as the result of pneumo- and Mrs. Berry Dyal. taming I ice Acres, mare or I....... Tax Ceitlflcate No. tfa4 'Jtu,

years and growers all agree that the crop is in better condition feel HS I do that this is his best. Mrs. Harvey Starling and child- The} under assessment, the Bald of the certificate said. property issued -- 7, 10.1U.: *

for. this time of year than it has ever been before I lie is hailed by critics as the logical nia.He was born in Starke' but had ren, Mildred and Leslie, were visit- was. In the name of 1C.. 87 Amount under the due unle Prank of ftt'llIe N ,n r I E siIcKH ?
successor to Sherlock Holmes. ing in Starke Monday.Mrs. ItoHlnr.Unions Uund Section 11, Ti wnnliiJ
>
1l Chances are good for a long shipping season and if even half- I lived for some time at the State Lizzie Surrency of Tampa according said certificate to law shall the ha prop-redeemed South Range 20 Kimt, r inlfi".I
Farm where his father is employedas No.6 of September 2, 193
,
decent prices prevail all should have in '. las week with relatives here. erty described therein will be sold
way growers money "THE DEAD DON'T CARE" a guard. spent ( to the highest bidder. at the courthouse Amount due Oeo. I.lppert .ind r.[
--. door on the first Monday In rle Fi. Irewary 74.72 undvi. the..
their pockets when April and May roll around.In (Jonathan Latimer) Funeral services were held I the. month of Felirnnrv, IHVt: which of NKH of HKVi Section. \ 22, T..|
This mystery Is sure to interest) Thursday afternoon at the South DURDEN IM (ih" Oth,.day of February, 19 !I.nut..d ship 7 south. Range 20 LNd.6'
the line of building, also, Starke and Bradford County is thin. Dth day of January, 1939. tlflcaten No. 90 of July ItJU .
the
vou as setting on a large
Prong CemefjjyVta Baker County. CHAIRMANA. (OFFICIAL :M-JAI." ) A J. 1u011Lh.t'Ierlc No. 2.10 of August 7, H33
have been singularly blessed during 1938 with a program that Florida estate The characters include DeWitt C. Jonea was in charge of of Circuit Court of Brudfrrd Amount due Flank Hteli.fi j:0'|
County Florida Jan. 6, 13, 19, 21'n'I'IC'n > under the sale of NVVV4. o' :<"-:i4NVj .
bids fair to continue into 1939.!> The past year has seen the an ex-tragic actress, a gigolo arrangements. A. Durden was elected chair r of NWfci Section 23, Town
a wealthy youngster who is the the is of the Board of Bond \ A South:: Range 20 East, Tax ""'f
construction here of a State Farmer's Market the first of Besides his parents, boy man County I
chorus delight and an exotic The Bradford County Board of flcate No. 11 of September 1 5, 19'
girl's survived by two brothers Lindsey Trustees at the first meeting: of Public TiiKtructlon will receive hide Unless the persons meiitlu. |
three units of modern school handsome
a elementary building, a Mayan dancer. Thornton of Gainesville and Char- the new year, held here Monday I!, until. 10:00 o'clock on Saturday, above shall! make application fa..
February 4th on the following described funds due them on or before Feb
community center building, and the begining of a much- les Dewey Thornton of the State morning. H. D. May was elected I land. : al'Y Int, A. D. 1931 the said fu 1
' needed armory. In addition to this, several new rural schools "COUNT BELISARIUS" Farm; and five sisters Mrs. Mabel clerk and C. A. Futch was re- South one half (I,(( ) of lot thirty shall be deposited In the Oen.1; 1
Fluri
eight ((38) Section twenty (20) Fund of :Bradford County
have been constructed, an unusually large number of private (Robert Graves) Crews of Belle Glade, Mrs. Wilma elected secretary. Only routine'' ,Township five (5) South flange according to law. I
The author of "I Claudius" and Carrol of Miami; Mrs. Edith Bran- matters came before the board at +I' twenty two (112) KaHt. It la mutually Given under my hand And Dffl I
agreed than abutting roads. neal. this 2nd day of January. AI
homes have been built and extensive improvements have any
"Claudius the God Robert Graves nen of Lake Butler and Misses this time. shall be forever open to public 1939. I
' been made at the muncipal light plant. On the threshold of has written a novel which will, we Myrtle and Eunice Thornton of the The new board is composed of travel. (SEAL:: ) A. J. Thomas LClJ1'iiculr
I of and Court, 'on
One acre Land lying situated Bradford
p the New Year we can look forward to the completion of the believe, be welcomed as illuminating State Farm. tho following members: O. J. In the North West Corner of Florida. Jr
a large patch in the very cen- .
+,,,.}fuctaory, the construction: of the second unit of the elementary ter of the Dark Ages. County Be- ---

school building, an extensive paving program and the estab- lisarlus will introduce its readersto

lishment of a cold storage plant at the farmer's market, and an unfamiliar and astonishingworld.

last, but not least, the construction of a $70,000 government .

building. "JOYFUL DELANEYS" UFHCE SUPPLIES

Whether we realize it or not, Starke and Bradford (Hugh Walpole)
Hugh Walpole has written the
Count yare growing and prospering right before our eyes. It story of a gay, Irresponsible family

is often difficult to note progress when you are in daily con- faced with the aggressive

tact with it. Children grow up around us and we think no- march of poverty who continueto
play when they should be work.
thing of it but we are overcome with amazement when we see ing, to laugh when they might

the change in a boy or girl who has been out of our sight fora have cried and to help others as

number of years. So it is with a town. It requires the exclamations much as themselves. When Fred r .
Delaney wished his lodger a Happy ..
of one who has been away from Starke for some New Year It was with a fervor .

time in order to make us realize that our town has been flour- that echoed the wish for himself \

ishing steadily, although so gradually, perhaps, that we have because the year held little prom
ise. The story of what did happento
i.. scarcely noted the change. the Delaneys that year and to : v

There is one time, however, when we cannot possibly the roomers who lived on the sec the Rtal _
ond, third and fourth floors is a >yAOOEw _
''t is at the end of the when
and that
overlook wet
progress year picture of the past, present and LEDGER OUTFIT ___
compare figures and find that business has been betterthanthe future.
$ tile
year before. We might fail to notice a new building or 0 flavezi

an addition to the farmers market until that building or that "WISDOM'S GATE" r An exceptional Taluel Consists of loose r-i

LI addition shows up favorably in our total receipts at the end (Margaret Barnes) leaf A-Z.ledger 26 divisIon binder leather 2001.dq.r.huts And Nj $925
What should a wife do when she Ub Bound ,
i of the year. It is then that we should pause and give thanks learns that her husband is true to I la durabl Imitation leather,colon red or black. S<_1 back 9t aa d gd oprb ea feny cal l l.etLer

y, that we are living in the best little town this side of Paradise! her in spirit-but only in the I with automatic locking eYlce. Push button for quick opening awl .b sad k R .t I Da Ii",

--0 spirit? Cicily Lancaster, modern no key recruiied. Sheet axe white Ivorydale ledger caps?o !G locbl e 8 9ht

straight-thinking wife faces this paper, 24 sulxUnce.) Sheet .I e 6x9JInches.. r0 ate New J Dab,
t + MORE CATTLE NEEDED IN BRADFORD COUNTY dilemma Can she successfully deal
with the problems of marriage and 2420 .feea
t' An interesting discussion arose at the Rotary Club Wed- divorce, and the resulting strains 8to."N. -Iptloa02000S L.aA 24140 24Ogp 7 1 Got... r Rte..4

nesday in which the belief was advanced that the cattle in- and the adjustment to a greatly B xI0
reduced Income? In the eight I I Iu0M Ruby Ledqer Outfit-Red $4.00 Nomad-ym :1o20007 1
for the fu-
dustry is Bradford County's "great white hope" years that Margaret Barnes has Ruby Ledqer Outfit-Black 4.00 c 1>t Leary 2.23
ture. The planting of White Dutch clover as a winter forage ..JAdae'" Sh_.a.w-s Be.k eTe o
been writing she has established .' r0 r
..........wU "Wide Dooblll.ec\vea wttwh5..0.Coie..a _L a} t4bJn
crop bids fair to revolutionize the cattle industry, making it herself as one of Americas' lead- Lwf s4. q.

possible to produce better beef and dairy cattle at a lower Ing novelists. Wisdom's Gate has .
I the same sense of authenticitywhich
cost, it was said. has given satisfaction to R.aua I1 ;
BI... aeu.. :14 12.23
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"Truck uncertain might hundreds of thousands of readers I' : 8
crops are ; strawberry growers ,, 1 t grow.: as 2.63
make money one year and lose it the next, but cattle growing but In this her writing has a faster ., 0.Rv. ae
tempo a greater subtlety, and a
L is just about the surest thing there is in the money-making deeper maturity than in any of her

line on the farm", it was said. former books.

Experimental plantings of White Dutch clover have been These books are to be found .

made this year on tracts of land belonging to Hogan Smith, lit the Public Library.

Col. D. E. Knight, and M. P.'Brown. These!' plantings will be .,

watched with interest: by cattlemen all over Bradford Countyand HAMPTON .-

if they turn out as successfuly as predicted there is no :Miss Adu Nlnrmo, Correspondent COLUMNAR PADS the Eagle

doubt that other cattlemen will fall in line with this new aid Miss Ophelia Bryan, teacher in' $ 05 .

to their industry.It the school here spent her vacation I Hew low prices.' Canary Bond, red and Ii. BOX LEDGER 00
0 U T r IT $
with friends and blue ruing Bud :Bond, brown and green
relatives in Jasper
seems true that good cattle represent just about the rIIUD 13 ub. paper, 50 tweets to a pad. 8
and .
safest investment that can be made in this section of the Hazel Jenninga.Mini i Tea pad per box. Sue 8,/ d4. Conatm of dnra11.brovmrordtrroybinder.vlth Eacfa
Phillips was the guestof
country, and an increase in good stock would undoubtedlymean Mrs. Eva Blrt and Miss Ophelia c..y Buff black imitation leather back and corner, 200

much to the future prosperity of our county. Bryan last Sunday. S...... No. Stocla H.. D..dpU o.. trpaawhite A.'IL*iUJltt'?ryialV1L&J28; 26 division sub Index.h agar< Standard, "requla&ledge ledger"mechantamoperated : ruling.

The Baptist Sunday School Association 7104 I B7104 4 col. with with key.
u- I nlUDe apace $2.00
I convened at Campvllle last 7105 D710S 5 col., with name apace 2,00 .t....No. Sheet .
:MORE PHOOITHAT IT PAYSA Sunday afternoon. A program 7107 B7107 7 col, 110 name apace 2.00 BM D..artptl..t Pd.
was given by the Hampton Baptist 1110 B7110 to col., with Dame 2,15 02040 '
apace 93 dl
smart paragrapher says : "When doubt arists as to I Eagle Ledger Outfit $3.00 each
Sunday School. Other m. up to 30 columns proportionatel pric.d 1040B 9yjx11 Sheet only 4.SO per 900
whether advertising pays, just remember there are twenty- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall had as
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six mountains in Colorado higher than Pike's Peak. Can you their guests during the Christmas -
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holidays Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kick.I -
name them? Neither can we. Pike's Peak has been given liter and children. Miss Clemmie

publicity and plenty of it, so it gets the business and the Hall and Mr and Mrs. Grady Wilson Bradford

other mountains just sit, or whatever it is that mountains do1 I all of Tampa. Mrs. Wilson, Couuty Telegraph
before her recent
marriage, was
nt in their idle moments, and complain that business is punk". ( Miss Myrt ice Hall.