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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 13, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PRESIDESI I TRUCKS DAMAGE HEADS MATTHEWS BOARD BERRIES Birthday Ball

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III E. S. Matthews of Starke and

T PAPERSP. BRIDGES Tallahassee was elected chairman FLOURISHIN
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I' of the State Railroad Commission Friday Jan. 27Prizes

I I' IIf I I'I' for the next two years, succeeding ,

O. SITE CASE II I DURDENSAYS Jerry man was W.picked Carter.by The the other new chair mem- WARM\ SPELL _

I bers at the opening session last To lie Awarded For Best Impersonations

mjiwings and Specif ica- j Bond Trustees Lack immediately.Friday and presided Mr. Matthews at hearings was February 'Will See Car- of Hitler ;Music By University of

Moris Now In Course Funds For RoadMaintenance appointed to the commission In lot Shipments Unless Florida Seminoles
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H of Preparation \ February 1924 by the then gover- Freeze ComesWith
nor. Cary A. Hareee. Since then I Tho Birthday Ball for the President, annual highlight of

wings and specifications for A request that owners of heavily he has been returned to office by more strawberries being the year among Bradford County social events, will be held

Vice's proposed new Federal loaded trucks repair damage doneto large majorities at the expiration Friday night, January 27, in the Woman's Club auditorium,
If' and sold because
picked tiny
r county roads and bridges was every
Ining are now in the course of ," t of each four-year term. Althoughhis E. I... Matthews, county chairman, announced yesterday.
made this week A. A. Durden
by of continued unsensonal mild
Procurement 9I position requires his presencein Every effort is being made to make the Ball
fa ration at the I J enjoyable, not
chairman of the Board of
I County
Klon I Y Tallahassee every week, he still weather growers and shippers are for those who dance
in Washington, D. C. and Bond Trustees. : only but also for those who come to
in the case" are in theHis maintains his home and legal residence predicting a long and profitableseason. look and listen and the unusual of
papers program entertainment
"Our roads and bridges were not in Starke.SENIORS. In the past week 320 :
of the Attorney General, I ': being arranged is expected to draw the largest crowd
to
I Ii i built to bear the burden that is e crates of firm, well-ripened and I yet
Eice
Department, according to -"" -- attend Birthday Ball in Sta ke
failing upon them today, Mr. Dur- SPEAK developed fruit have been sold a _
Hfmation received by the TeleKb. A. Z. Adkins. senior judge I j den said. "At the time they were from the Starke platform 10.1 -- An unusual feature of the event
this week from Smith W. in this circuit, who is courtin I constructed AT ROTARYTwo CHAIRMAN
holding I they were used almost crates moving by express, and this year will be a "Hitler Contest"
Hjum, fourth assistant PostBier Gainesville this week. A farmers but the
| exclusively by trucks
the balance.
taking NAMED In which five cash prizes wilt
General. lengthy session is anticipated since j I picture has changed and today members of the Senior class
at B. H. S., A. Z. Adkins, Jr., and An average price of nine cents be offered for the best Imperson-
Jr. Purdum's letter came in reKto the Alachua County grand jury I I they are heavily used by trucksI
Ball\ chairmen for surrounding tlons of the German
Birthday dictator
John Arthur Torode, gave Interesting per pint or about $3.00 per crateis perhaps
an inqulry'sent to Washing- has already returned indictmentsin hauling wood for the pulp mills
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being paid. Shippers say this : towns were named this the most unpopular man lathe
talks at the Rotary Club Wed
Mfby the Telegraph in an effort three murder cases, and othersare and many other commercial pur-
Is a good price for strawberries at week as follows: world today.
nesday on a prepared by
exact status of program
earn the prep- expected. poses. Hardly a day passes that
Ions for the $70.000 postofflce .. the Bond Trustees do not receive R. F. Clark, chairman of the Club this time of year nnd if weather Lawtey -- Bill Mummer. "It might seem Incongruous at
Service Committee.A. stays mild In the north prices are first to have a lot of Hitlers
Hampton Gordon \VI dllworth.Jr. running
The word of
ding here. "papers" menKed one or more bridges being
by Mr. Purdum evidently PEDDLER BAN broken in because of overloading." Z., speaking first, describedsome expected to remain the same or. around loose at a Roosevelt

Kr to condemnation proceedings Shortage of funds has seriously of the greatest needs of our better. Brooker -- Resale Colson Birthday Bull," the chairman said
school at the present time--a gym- Carlot shipments are possible by "but the method of choosing the
which the Government will seekHjbbtain crippled operations of the Bond New River Mrs Floyd Wig
its chosen site for the I MAY HURT I, Trustees in recent years. Home nasium with indoor basketball February 1 and a bit of good news gins. winners will explain everything.The .

ding on Call Street. stead exemption and the settle- courts an auditorium sufficiently for shippers Is the reduction of, local Hitlers( will\ \ be paraded

Kir. Purdum's letter stated: BERRY MARKET ment of delinquent taxes under the large to seat the entire student the carlot weight minimum by the I Graham Mrs C. B. Roberts before the spectators and the five

Bhder authority of the Emerg- I j Murphy Act have cut deeply Into body, and an inter-room communi- express company from 17,000 to TheresHii Percy Sullivan. receiving the loudest and longest

the revenue that previously went cations system. John Arthur told 15,000 pounds, or. In terms of I -- +. .- --- --- "boon" will bo given cash prizes"
Construction Program Act,
Hy
of the things which our school can crates, from 480 crates to 418 of $1 ench.
Kroved 25, 1937 $70,000 for the upkeep of roads and
K allotted August for the acquisition! of I New York"City Wages bridges. If remaining taxes were I be proud of today. Both of the crates. Often the lack of only 23 W.:H.; GREEN "I expect a large number of
boys showed unusual ability 1 as or :30: crates of berries hits held up Hitlers' to turn out," the chair
Bute and the construction ofg aKernment 'War On Street collected 100 per cent, the Bond
speakers and their short talks the movement of a refrigerator car man said, "for Adolf Is
owned building inBir Trustees would get around $6,000 EARLY SETTLER very easyto
city. Sites were advertised Salesmen annually of which;: $1,000 must be were thorougly enjoyed by the Ro- for a day. and the resulting delay Impersonate. All that ia necessary
tarians. sharply reflected in returns.A U to don a khaki shirt comb
turned to the three
over incorporated -
m and, after investigation, the
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er-departmental Committee onKbllc Possibility that New York City's towns in the county leavinga e--- --- steady increase of volume is DIED SUNDAYFuneral your hair clown over one eye and,

Buildings of the Post Ofe war against street peddlers might balance of $5,000 for maintenance HAYES WARNSOF predicted for this next week if put a couple of daubs of eyebrow
the weather does not flail to freez- pencil I over your lip. Walk
and Treasury Departments adversely affect the strawberry of the county's 182 miles of EXEMPTIONBradford upper
Khounced recommendation for ac- market was voiced recently by graded road, averaging a bridge ing. Even this, experts say, woulddo ing around with one hand stuck up

Esition by condemnation of propRy Danny Nathel, of the buying firm per mile. County home owners little damage should there be Services Held In the air will also aid In the illuslon -

situated at the Southeaster Wishnatzki & Nathel, In the Produce "The fact of the matter is that were warned this week by CountyTax abundant rainfall. Plenty of moisture At New River Monday --but" don't forget mid start

of Call .and Court Streets, News. our Board is simply not in position Assessor IJ. W Hayes that the in and on the ground holds Morning trucking.

Hned by S. Inez Green, E. K. "Despite light receipts, the New to build roads and bridges to law requires them to apply annu- the milder temperature and forma "This contest Is for men only

Brryman' C. E. Davis, and C. H. York strawberry market is not support the heavy loads that are ally for homestead tax: exemptionand a protective covering for a few Bradford County and scores of and we are not offering a slmlliar

Bjtworthy, Master Masonic what It should be," Mr. Nathel now being imposed upon them," that the sworn affidavits the feet over the ground from freezing friends throughout Georgia and event for the ladles for the simple

Bdge, as a site for this building. said. "The market was draggy Mr. Durden said. "The operatorsof form in which the exemption applications temperatures. reason that most of them either
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'The Procurement Division of during the holidays when most receivers pulp wood trucks and other are received, must be .--- ? Florida were saddened at the pass- buy or borrow a new evening drea9for

K Treasury Department InforRlly expected it to be high. heavily loaded trucks should rea- filed by April 1. F. S. A. LOANS Ing of William Henry Green, the the Birthday Ball and we

aav1si y -wi.'pajieilt on .Last week, TiJiiK-tSfcVjflMf! -.1ew cars lize this and cooperate with us in The rule concerning these ap- The' Farm Security Administration son of Jacob Green and Amanda wouldn't want to deny them the

Be case are"'now in the hands of and some trucks arriving In New keeping them Inthe best condition plications applies to everyone, Including loaned Bradford County Pin holster Green at Starke on pleasure" of wearing their new finery -
possible. In the future, owners of those who have benefitted Farmers the chairman said.
P Attorney General, Justice De- York daily things were a little sums totalling 15885.80 Sunday, January 8. The deceased
:rtment. better, the market holding around trucks that are known to have from the exemption privilege since for the crop season maturing In wan born In Liberty County Georgia Dancing will begin at 9:30: o'clock

13-15 cents a pint and as low as I damaged roads or bridges will be the adoption of the constitutional 1939 it walt revealed yesterday by June 1, 1801. At the early age and music will be furnished by

('Drawings and specifications for 8 cents with bulk sales averaging called upon to repair them." amendment.edy Ralph Cox FSA Supervisor here. of three he watt left an orphan as Ernest Katz and hU University of
Be project are now In the course
H 13 14 cents."Peddlers I his father died during Hood's defense Florida Seminoles the reigning

vision.preparation" at the Procurement play a prominent partin Spunk 'Water, Spunk Water, Barley Corn, Shorts of Atlanta during the Inva- orchestra thU winter on the U of

sion of General Sherman in the F. Campus. Local musicloverswho
berry distribution. Just as they
i did in other perishable comodl- Spunk Water Spunk Water Swallow These WartsSammy late months of the War Between have heard this orchestra recommend ,-
TAGS STILL it and
ties!, especially when weather is the States. highly state that

D MOVE SLOWLYThe open," Mr. Nathel continued. "A I. Mr. Green moved to Bradford Its mimic In ideal for dancing or
K new characteristic of the peddler | Recently, for lack of anything : "The only way we have ever Griffis who lives just County In 1876 to live with his just plain listening.As .

sale of automobile license trade Is the fact that they show | better to write about, some newspaper seen warts cured was by locatingan northwest of town behind the Roy uncle, the late W. E. Plnholster, for the program which will

Bites in Bradford County stillloved up one day and buy supplies and I columnists have been discussing oak tree with' spunk water in Edwards place, came to our res In the old Pine Hill Settlementnear precede the' dunce too much can-

slowly as the deadline Mony then fall to appear for the next the old wart remedies-- the crotch, growing In the middleof Uncle sets consider- Brooker, and was one of the not be said.! Surprises and here-
is that odd beliefs and practices that are a cemetery. Go to the tree at cue. Sammy tofore undiscovered talent will be
approaches Tax: Collector C. few days. The reason they I early pioneers of Bradford Countyand
used in different sections of the midnight the dark of the able store by his ability to make
| Knight reports only 343 tags are being driven from pillar to on moon watched wlth-greut Interest the order of tho night. It will
Bid since the 1939 plates went onBle post under the new New York country to make the pesky little put your hand In the Water and wart disappear, positively and and pride In its development. In mark the debut of a local orchestrathat
lumps disappear.One nay: 'Spunk water, spunk water, painlessly. He doesn't accept any In so new It Is still
early in December, and preicts City regulations and are able to 1915 he moved to Starke where he unnamed.
writer insists (with tongueIn barley corn, shorts; spunk water, pay for his services, either. In Imitations of
the usual capacity rush of peddle their wares only In spots. lived until his death. everything from a
Ite purchasers realize cheek of course) that the only spunk water, swallow these fact, he says "It wouldn't work" Ford V-8 to a trombone solo will
Monday, all Strawberry shippers must
eag- On November 20, 188(5( the deceased -
sure way to get rid of warts Is to warts.' if he were paid. I be given by a gentleman
m to keep their cars in operation. that the situation In a big market was married to Mary Emma who has
Last year Governor Cone ex- like New York is not healthy touch one with the tip of a finger Being somewhat intrigued by the Just for the sake of argument, Andreu, the daughter of Mr. up to now been hiding this particular

nded the tag deadline fifteen when peddlers are restricted as at wet with saliva (spit to you) then subject the Telegraph sent a spec- suppose you had warts and wentto and Mrs Alexis Michael Andreu talent under a bushel. The

foys giving car owners until Feb- present. It is true that they are take one hair from the tail of a ial reporter to make a hasty survey call on Uncle Sammy. Here la and Caroline Elizabeth!: Wynn Thurston colored school chorusthe

pary 1 to display proper licenses, not the main source of buying I pure white knoTs Uncle Sammy Begins His "Cure"tie what he'd do. First he'd ask your Andreu, at New Hive When a ( ones who "stopped the show"at
hit whether as many name, which for the purpose of the court house recently) will
but cut
or not he will\ grant power, they a big figure young man he became a memberof
time extension this to cleaning surplus in it as you had this \illustration we will say Is sing a number of negro cplrltuala.
year will\) not when it comes up the New River Baptist Church
k definitely known until tomor- stock." warts and bury it!f .17.T"e' .r; ....''f.t..'..T...;.:,''\ .....-,.-,. -...1.;", Jones, then he'd ascertain the ex- and wan a consistent and active And this is only the beginning. A
[ + at midnight in a ,. jl\I',.f :; .. act location of the warts and touch sincere effort Is being made to
-- -- ., ,. ., member of this denomination for
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ow.Of cemetery.The them gently. When that is done gather new and unusual entertainment

[ the tags sold so for 208 are MASONIC I II the remainder of his life. For
I have completed part in features from all
ftr the hot controversy you your parts of
light he served
cars. 35 for the heav- many years aa Sunday
OFFICERS IN the transaction, but Uncle Sammyhasn.t. the county for the amusement of
lr, models 10 for Model "T's and was launched &c.- School Superintendent of this
He's just started. thoHe who attend the
Birthday
fantama. 7 for trailers and 83 for when a writerIn church. Also, he was an active
tucks.E The following new officers of The next morning Uncle Sammy member of the Masonic Lodge for Ball In Starke. This program will
the local Masonic Lodge were Installed Hygeia, the I begin at eight o'clock for the bene-'
would rise and in his about He
County law early sleep fifty years. was prominently
enforcement offlclBs with P. M. : 1t of those
Monday night health magazine who "like to come
warn motorists that unless the ing clothes without benefit of Identified with the general "
Barefoot master, acting as early.
a past
[overnor extends the time they wrote: "The belief: shoes) and socks, he'd leave the civic life of Bradford and Union
officer.
rill enforce the law regarding de- installing that rubbing a i. house and tread through the dew- Counties and was a successful "The annual Birthday Balls have
C. A. Futch, Worshipful Mas- farmer and stockman. become so much a part of the life
quents to the letter. wart with a penny ey grass to the nearest young pine
I + ter; E. W. Hayes, Senior Warden; will the wart \ tree. Standing squarely in front of.. Funeral services and intermentwere of Bradford County that !It la hard.
Joe Slstrunk Junior Warden; N. cause Uncle would held at the New ly necessary to explain the good
E. the sapling Sammy River Bap-
T. i iI
Sharpe DiesE. D. P. Car- to disappear is a that Is
Sternberg, secretary; accomplished with the fund
,ti" limply say "Good morning, Mr. tist Church at eleven o'clock:: Tues
T. Sharpe 66 treasurer P. M. Barefoot, fallacy." Immedi- I realized" the chairman said "Al
former cross- penter, ; "
Jones. or Miss Jones, or Mrs. I day morning. The Reverend Leslie -
Bg watchman with the Seaboard Senior Dea :jn; C. H. Nasworthy ately a New York F I A. most everyone knows by now that
1q(1 Jones .01' whatever else your name Shepherd pastor of the
Mr Line Railway Co., here, died Junior Deacon; S. E. Sparks, editor quoted Hy- I happened to be." After this brief First Baptist Church of Starke, half of the receipts go to the
nday in L. G. Powell Senior gela and added: r National Foundation for
I IStewal Infantile
Tampa where he had Chaplain; I 'salutation ht would reach up, where the deceased had! membership -
Roved his residence about two d; G. M. Slstrunk. Junior "Of course it's a Paralysis Inc., and half remainsIn
: pluck a handful of needles from conducted the last rites, assisted -
oaths ago. Death resulted from Steward; A. J. Thomas Marshall; fallacy.\ Everybody the sapling and cant them to the by the Reverend L. G. Ilradford County to be used in

heart attack following an. illness C. A. Knight, Tyler. knows that 1 1A ground at the foot of the tree. And Hemmlngway. The Bradford assisting victims of this terrible
F three e- to get rid of a disease."
days. that is all except, of course, that Lodge of .'. & A. M. Number 33,
[He was born in Orangeburg, S. E .S. Starling Dies wart you should your wart would disappear in a assisted by a large number of "It Is wonderful to think that we

\, and had been with the Sea- Funeral services for Ellis Sam rub It with a horse very short time- -or no Uncle Sam- members from other lodges, con- ca nhave so much fun once every

|>ard long enough to retire. For- uel Starling of Highland were heldat chestnut I my claims. ducted the Masonic burial rites at year and at the same time be contributing

erly a section foreman in later the grave In Long Branch Cemetery I And then the And so !It goes. Perhaps every- the grave. W. R. Cheeves Past to such a worthwhilecause

jears be was employed as crossing at three o'clock Thursday battle began. A ,one, especially In his childhood has (Continued on Page Eight) ," the chairman said. "I

totchman and was stationed in afternoon. The Rev. J. S. Strick- I Southern wri t e r heard one or more of these "wart want the people of Bradford Coun

arks for two years. land officiated. accepted the challenge remedies" and an ridiculous and Sheffield Resigns ty to cooperate In making this the

The body was brought here for Mr. Starling\ was born at Law- I and wrote: far-fetched as they sound there Is The Rev. L. O. Sheffield, chap- most successful" Birthday Ball we

ft rial In the Klngsley Lake Cem- 'tey and had lived in that section 'i "Like fun everybody I a certain fascination abouT them lain at the State Prison Farm near have ever held.
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|ery and funeral services were all of his life. He was a member / knows that. and there are probably few of us here hall resigned to ---
accept a postas
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|ld there Tuesday afternoon with of the Baptist Church. i i To make a wart I A } who have not tried one or more of U. S. Army chaplain with rank Small Fire ThursdayThe

|e Rev,, Leslie Shepherd offlcl- Besides his widow, Mrs. Lottie go away you stick these odd rituals sometime duringour of first lieutenant. lie and Mrs. fire truck was called out

ng. Arrangements were in Starling, he is survived by three i! a needle In it and lives. Eventually, the warts Sheffield will leave next week for Thursday morning around 11 o',

Kprge of the Boree Funeral Home.all daughters. Misses Minnie, Lilly\ I' -make------ I- A hips-----. '' would go away and the more superstitious San Antonio, Texas, where he will clock to extinguish a small blazt

bearers were A. O. Andreu and Hester Starling; one son, Sam-I Then you split a bean in halves I of the wart situation In Starke among attributed the assume his new duties. In addI- at the house on Church Street occupied

* J. Thomas E. W. Hayes L. J. uel Ellis Starling, Jr.. all of Highland I and press one half on the wart. I and vicinity The little pests do not disappearance to the effectivenessof tion to his duties as chaplain at by P. S. Denmark and owned -
freen. B. E. McRae and N. D. After that, at midnight not a second seem to be as troublesome as tney
; five sisters, Mrs. Edith Buff the remedy. The "Doubting the prison farm, Mr. Sheffield by H. M. Peterson of Jackson-
alnwright, Jr. Jacksonville\ Mr. Effle Carter,' later, you bury that half exactly were ten or fifteen years ago and Thomases," of course, said the headed the educational work a- ville.\ The fire, which started In

[Survivors are a son E. H. Highland; Mrs Elsie Thomas, > In the center of where two it was pretty hard to find anyone warts would have gone In time mong the inmates and was responsible the kitchen from an oil stove was

arpe of Tampa and two daugh Baldwin; and Misses Lucille- and i roads cross and say: 'Elum Hum who even had warts much less anyway. Bill who are we to tell for much of the character- quickly extinguished with the UM

ters, Mrs. Vera Harris of Jackson- Frances Starling of Highland; two olum, ay; wart. wart, go away.!" who knew how to cure them. you that spunk water won't wash I building work carried on in the of chemicals. Little damage, other .

Pie, and ),fT.. A. B. Deloach of brothers, Horace, and Curtis B. Another! editor laughed in scorn Just as we were about to give your wart awayIt's your wart- i prison. He also was pastor of the I than that caused by smoke

|vanjxah, Ga. Starling of Jacksonville.\ 1 and presented the following rera- up In despair, however Uncle! do with It as you please Luke Butler Baptist Church. j was done.iBr .








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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA FKIDAY. JANtlRy
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HIGHLAND I 7, 1933 be In writing and must state the the 6th., day of 10-
One acre of Loud lying and situated Amount due Frank Steiner' $::136.- place of residence and post office Dated thli :2nd.. <3i
BOY Miss M. E. Crews, Correspondent In the Nu'lhV'Mt, Cornel of S7 tinder th(. sale| of N'-j' of NIOVi\ uililrexH of the claimant and munthe 19.19.OFFICIAt\.
BOB JONES the South Went quarter, <>f the North less Konrt Section, 11, Township sworn to by the claimant, his ( SEAL) A
Kant quarter of H..i-tlon One Township South lunge 20 Bust. CertificateNo. agent or attorney, or the same will Clerk of Circuit Cour
NEWS J Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman of Five, Mouth of flange twentyone 6 of "September" 2, 1936. become void according to law. County Florida. 1 d
: Comments On Here llimma the week-end here Kant. containing one acre. (One Amount due (Ion. Llppert and Carrie This. ICtIt day of December, A. D. Jan ,.
spent .72 under the sale 1938.
acre In NW corner of 8WH of the Jo: Oretcary $74 lit
SCOUT And Hereafter : with relatives.W. NK 4 K. 1. T. 6, S of It. 21 Hunt. ) of NKW of HK' Said bids will he opened at a 7 South. flange 20 East: Cer- As Administratrix of the Estate NOTICH IS HEUKJ1V;; 'HI.n
E. Marr of Jacksonville visit- meeting fir the Bradford County tificates No. 96 of July 7, 11)30) and of Arthur M Darby, deceased all rights, title and I". ; '
here Hoard of Public Instruction. on Monday No 280 of August 7, 1933. First publication on December the undersigned b'' 'In
Sunday.Mrs. l-liniili
T. Marr
JUliE KNMOYEDLast "Bearye one another's burdensand : ed J. February 8, 1U.11)) at 10:00: 0'- Amount due Frank "Steiner" $306.62under 23rd, 1938. and to substantially ,, L ,Et
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i the .sale of NW% of NEV4' *nd
law of Christ." Molly Osteen and daughter clock.. 12-211-41-1-13. assets. '
so fulfill the malnln of ''h, 'I
Friday afternoon) a happy Jan. 6, 12 N''/I of NW/i Section 23, Township 'ube
Hank l
out with Of course, this Is addressed to of Jacksonville and 1>1. Osteenof 6 South Hangre 20 East: Tax Certificate NOT1CH County Stark T. ,
Ht offered for
Scouts sale !Indi'
group of Boy Christians. Christians have bur- Maxvllle visited relatives here OIIOKIt OP I.I III.U'\1'IOll: AM) No. 13 of September 6, 1935. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt collectively at publU duo,
their Scoutmaster for an overnight noriri TO APPHUThe : Unless. the persons mentioned may concern that I have filed my east. door of the Con jit, ? *''I
the banks of beautiful dens. They do not have the burden Sunday.Mr. !Stale! of Florida to RandyEraas !! above shall make application for the Final Accounting with the Honor- Starke, Florida, at 11 i ''I
i camp on the whew re..lilenee In unkaovvat funds due them on or before February able E. K. ferryman, County Judgeof (Ck';
because
Supper Lake. This camp was one of sin upon them and Mrs. G. N. Norman returned let, A. D. 1939. the said funds Bradford County, Florida, and Friday, January 20, 193) ll
of the Troop No. 70 Christian's sin was born by Jesus from Mima Friday where You are notified that Mabel' Wilson shall be deposited In the leneral will on the 3rd day of February, A. Said assets, will be ,'old ,
for officers offic- Christ on the cross. Christians two weeks with rela- Evans. an. plaintiff has dulyrll..d Fund of Bradford County, Florida, D. 1939, ask for Final Discharge aaAdministratrix highest bidder for cash, )uhl
only, a camp In which these they spent her affidavit for the Issuance according law. of the Estate of Ben- the approval of the ComlJtroll"
themselves and the have burdens of sorrow and burdens tives. of thin order along with her bill of Given under my hand and official jlman Hocking, deceased. the State of Florida i and 'oah!
ers prepared to complaint for divorce against you, seal thin 2nd day of January A. J_>. Hazel Hocking Hueseman, tlon by Court of con r
of responsibility They are
camp grounds for the weekly Dr. and Mrs. Winfield McDonaldof Sandy Evans an defendant, In Cir- 1939. Administratrix. diction. Said assets. wYll'V'
that are to be held for each bear one another's burdens. Evena Houston, Texas, visited friends cuit Court of Bradford County Florida (SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Clerk Jan. 6, 13, 19, 26.NOTICH without recourse andrantles wllhont
camps In and Sandy Circuit Court Bradford CountyFlorida expressed or liniiiil'
burdened Chancery; you >
sinner watching some ,
patrol of the Troop. Those attend- poor and relatives here Wednesday.J. J:vans. are hereby required to ap- Jan 61VOTICIO OP APPLICATION subject to any liens, claim 0'1,l
Rev. man going across the street February 6, hrances or errors In listing I I
ing were the Scoutmaster the E. Williams of Jacksonvillewas pear In said cause on Foil '''.\X: DEED;: livery of said assets 'b'I
Is
Telegraph will
Bradford
with than he can wouldbe 1939. County ,
Frank Robinson Junior Assistant more carry a visitor here Tuesday. designated as the newspaper for the Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt Senate Illll No. Id.'t: ) only aa set forth In said ch.du"f
Scoutmaster, Life Scout Frank willing to put! his shoulder un- publication of this", order may concern that I have filed. my NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN Purchaser will be required' L 7
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Patrol Leader der the load and help the man in Mr and Mrs. Albert Norman Witness. my hand and official seal final accounting with 10. K. Ferryman That F. M. Packnam holder of Tax posit at the time of sale firi,
Robinson III; Senior and Lenard and Forest Norman at Htarke, Florida this January 4th, County Judge of Bradford Certificate No. 166, Issued. the 7th cent (60 0/0) of the amount ffil,!
1st Class Scout Enos Hayes; Yet. I have seen Christians who, 1939. County, Florida, and will on the 3rd day of September, A. D. 1936. has guarantee of his performan 1
the Bat Patrol, his effort to cross a crowded street went to Mimms Sunday.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, day of February, A. t>. 1939, make filed same In my office and has the remainder of the purchaH. I
Patrol Leaders, and Austin As Clerk of said Circuit Court. application for Final Discharge. as made application for a tax deed to to be paid upon delivery ,f., Isets.
2nd Class Scout Sonny Haynes; Instead of helping other Christiansbear :: Mrs. Eugene Knight A; Knight Attorneys for Administrator of the Estate of Jesse be Issued. thereon "I
1st Class I their burdens, would deliber- and baby of Lawtey, visited G. N. P""ntlff-/ Thomas deceased Said certificate embraces the following A list of the assets to be.J
the Mohican Patrol Jan. 6, 13. 19, 25. J. In the file In the office .
I here A. Thomas, Administrator described property on of th ci !
the and Sunday.
Scout Mike Dew; the Panther, ately add another weight to Norman family Jan. 6, 13, 19. 26. County of Bradford State of Florida, the Circuit Court In Starke >t!
Scout Arch I burden already crushing the NOTICI1 to-wit: da, In the office of the Uciuit
p Patrol, 1st Class Notice Is hereby given that I, A. NOTICE TO EJU'I'O..H SWV4 of NWVi Section 21 Township 46 West Central Avenuo of
Thomas, Jr; the Wolf Patrol, 1st shoulders of a fellow pilgrim. I !NOTION J, Thomas Clerk of the Circuit You and each of you are hereby 7 South, Itange 22 East. con- Florida, and prospective purcilmay
Leonard Smith have no complaint about the treatment I The Bradford County Board of Court In and for Bradford County, notified and required to file any taining 40 Acres, more or less. I Inspect, such lists upon ai-,
Class Scout ,' Public I Instruction will receive folds Florida, have on hand certain funds claim and demands which you or The assessment. of the said prop- lion. ':
at the lake, the boys In I have received at the handsof until 10:00: o'clock on Saturday. derived from the .sale of lands for either of you may have against the erty under the said certificate Issued Said assets will be sold aij
Arriving my fellow men. Of course, I February 4th on the following d.-. Tax Deed under and by virtue of the estate of Arthur M. Darby deceased, was In the name of H. S. Hum- set forth, as per schedule u
true Scout fashion set about mak- slandered scribed lands: provisions of Chapter 17467 Laws of late of Bradford County Florida phrey. except' such Items as may bet,
the camp site a clean and or- have been misrepresented, South one half (',4,) of lot thirty Florida, Acts of 1&35, as follows to- with the County Judge of BradfordCounty Unless said certificate shall be redeemed otherwise disposed. of prior t il
ing and sometimes persecuted, eight ((38) "Section" twenty 20) wit; Amount due Geneva Lepton Florida at his office In the according to law the prop- M. A. SMITH, as I.lquldJ
derly place, home for the night but God has Township. five (6) South Itange I'ool 14.01 under the sale of West Courthouse at Starke Florida within erty described therein, will be sold Bradford County Bunk I
and next morning. The camp was given me many twenty two (22) l aMt. It Is mutually Half of 8K14" of !SKV1;; of Section 5, eight calendar months from the, to the highest bidder at the court Starke, Florida.
friends to help me along the way. I agreed than any abutting? roads Township 6 South, Han ire 22 East date of the first publication of this house door on the first Monday In 12-23-4t-l-13.
opened with the raisingof
officially
the I have had a few people who could 1
the American Flag and -- -
have given me a little rest, but Instead i -- = ::: -
Troop flag; tents were set up, fires
they have added to my bur-
built and supper consistingof
were dens. God gives strength for our
sausage, pork
pancackes syrup
task. We should pray not for
and beans, bread and water, fruit
burdens to be lifted. We should
and cakes, was soon prepared, each I T
ask God to give us more burdensto 1
boy doing his own cooking. After
bear and shoulders to
stronger '
1.. council fire was built and
supper a 'I I
bear them. We should not ask for
" business matters attended: to and MURPHY AC
an easy task. We should pray for I
h, then games were played. At 9.00:
more to do and more strength to
taps were sounded and the boys
do the things that God requires.
turned In for the night, to be a-
"Must I be carried to the skies on
wakened at 6:00: the next morning
flowery beds of ease?" No child
the shrill blast of the bugle.
cy
of God ever went to heaven that
Breakfast was soon prepared and
Paul was persecuted. John
way.
the Inspected. Then numer-
camp the Baptist lost his head. An old
ous Scout activities were engaged
servant of God became so burdened -
t In until time for dinner. After alight WARNING GIVENClerk
for the salvation of his people
t
lunch the boys broke camp,
that he cried out, "Give me Scot
packed their belongings and returned .
l land or I die!" One of the things
to Starke.
4 that will make heaven sweet will
On Friday of this week another be the blessed rest Christians will

Camp will be Held at which time have when they have laid their

; ,! the following officers and boys burdens down at Ills feet.
will attend the Scoutmaster, JunIor -

f, Assistant; Scoutmaster, SenIor their Paul natural had everything state value.that He men hada In of the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas calls

Patrol Leader, Bat Patrol Leader -
w good family background. Won- ..

the, and Bat the Patrol following Tenderfoot members Scout of, veins derful He blood could flowed trace his through ancestry his on owners of property whose State and County

J. E. Denmark; 2nd Class Scout,
back across the centuries. He had

r cfi Freeman Scout Edgar Register Wilkinson Tenderfoot, and 1st culture.Gamaliel,He one had of been the to school greatest to taxes for 1933 and prior years are delinquent to

Class Scout George Flynn.

11+ Scouts Recent of gifts America to Troop, consist 70,of Boys the spected had teachers religious him.of Everything all position.generations.People seemed He re-to apply at once if they'wish to take advantage of


i, following: be going fine from a human stand-I the ,
)' Three large Pup tenlS-The Rotary point until one day going' down the ; Murphy Act.

Club, the Sponsoring group.
Dnmacus road there was a flash
One large United States Flag- of heavenly light and a voice

Mrs. Jim Carlisle. out of
speaking eternity. A little
One large Hornets Nest-Howell later Paul learned what had hap-

Nasworthy. pened to him. lie had met Jesus
Numerous signs and other lettering whom he had persecuted. Then he

14 work--Bill Parker. knew he had had a new birth

Practical gifts that are In good which he valued more than the Delay in filing applications under the Act may

f' shape and those that can be usedin first birth. He had standing in


s Scout Work are.......-_ appreciated.-- heaven than position, which in was this worth earth. more"But I result in property being sold tor full amount of

SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. all things which were gain to me,

Floyd n. Crosby, Cor. Paul those.said.I counted Money loss has for value.Christ It" taxes, thus depriving owners of any reduction

x MlHccllnnroiiM Showery can buy food for the hungry and

Mrs. Oscar Crosby and Mrs. clothes for the naked. Health is which they might obtain under the law he says.

y Inez Kelly entertained at the home a good thing. Without It life has ,

a of the latter: last Friday night little pleasure to offer. Mental

with a miscellaneous shower hon training and a degree from a rep-

oring Mrs. Alton Dobbs, a recent utable Institution of learning are

I bride. not to be despised. However, when "

Games were played and at a these things are contrasted with

, late hour the hostess served hot salvation they sink Into absolute

chocolate and cake to about seven- insignificance. Salvation Is every-
ty persons thing. We can live without money. An average amount of $12.50 will cover costs

Mrs. Dobbs, who was formerly We can afford to starve. We can

Miss beautiful Nelta and Kelly useful received gifts. many endure go through hardships.anything We can for affordto the of an application and the owner can bid in the

Mrs. Ralford Brown of Plant : sake of salvation. Christ Is all in

City was visiting relatives here all. He Is all any man has to have.It property including 1939 and all delinquent taxes

last week. is possible to have Him and have

.x Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly spentlast other things, too but it is not pos-

week-end in Jacksonville with sible to have Him when a person for $1 and costs, he points out.

' relatives. prefers other things to Him. If we

h.' Mrs. F. Fender and Miss Mary are to have Him He must have the e

'4 1 Williams and little Shirley Den- preeminence. He said something

mark, spent last week-end with about those who go with Him must

'I I Mrs. E. C. Crosby.Mr. prefer Him to home, loved ones,

and Mrs. Russell Thomas and everything and everybody. He

i are the parents of a baby girl Is God's divinely appointed and

++ born Dec. 4. divinely annotated King. We haveno After the Murphy Act expires "title to all

1 Mrs. Inez Kelly. Mrs. Bob Hals- right to put the King in second ,

lop, Fred Halslop, Floyd Crosby, I place. He must have first place.He .
C. C. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. ,I must be supreme. Some day property still unpaid will be vested in the State

II. B. Kelly spent last Friday In I every knee will bow to Him and

,;, Jacksonville. 1 I every tongue confess that He is
and
Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Is spending. God. Everything in heaven and I of Florida every right title or interest of any

a while In Brooker with her son earth will head up In Him. He Is

and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the Alpha and Omega, the first former owner or lien holder will terminate."
'
Colonel Crosby. and last. By Him all things con-

mist He is above all principalities -

GRAHAM and all nations. He Is above

Mrs. I* C. Smith Cor. all organizations He Is above the
church and ecclesiastical machin

Mrs. J. A Graves was a business ery. He Is the same yesterday, to-

I visitor to Starke Saturday.Mr. day, and forever-omnipotent,

and Mrs. E. F. Perrin and omnipresent, omlsclent, eternal APPLY
I sons of Palatka were visiting Mr. Son of God! "All hall the power of l Il NOW !

and Mrs. J. F. Hnzen Sunday.Mrs. Jesus' name!" I I

Bunnie Bartering and I (

children, Mrs. Ruth Tlpton and business visitors to Grandin Sat-

Mr. J. P. Summers were visiting urday.

In Brooker Wednesday.Mrs. I Mrs. Ida Jones was transacting I MURPHY ACT
EXPIRES
Berry Dyal was visiting business In Waldo recently.
4 relatives In Starke Wednesday.
i Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and

y Mrs. Delmar McKenzie of Jacksonville -
ions Charles and Bobby, and Mrs.
with her
spent Sunday
1 U C Smith were business visitorsto
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H Sur-
Starke Friday. JUNE 9 1939
,! rency. She was accompanied to
Hope Haven by little Jack Sur- I i Miss Nellie Wllleg\ WaS visitingIn ,

rency who haa been 111 for two Jacksonville last week.

t years. I Mrs. C. B. Roberts attended the

,{ Mr. and Mr*. John McKinney program committee meeting of the

were visiting In Starke Saturday. Fifth Sunday Convention which Is

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STAFF BASKETBALL Mammy Sez: Ritch, $50.00; Lucile Johns 25. : $4.50: Shell Petroleum Company $6.22; Dr. J. W. Brownlee, Clinic, GUM BRANCH

SEWELLEditorInChief 00; Virginia Fugate $24.00; Carl $91.40; H. C. Wall, $144.50; Tor- $6.00; Bond Howell, New Building Annie Mae Hamate, Cor.

JAMES TEAM LOSESFriday Roberts, $50.00; Louis DuBois, ode Chevrolet Company, $33.12; Material $45.00; Crane!! Company,

Well chlluns, I guess dat ya all $30.00; Mable Wall $7.15; Mar- J. E. Adkins, $21.00; W. L. Wall, New Building Material, $227.25; Mr .and Mrs. W. H. Groves and

A. Z. ADKINS JR. night the BHS Tornadoes enjoyed dat half-day holiday dat $500.00 Sinclair Robinson, $21.00 Farquhar Machinery Company,
slltant Editor-in-Chief we had last Friday. I saw some garet Whittemore, $6.19; Grace ; ; children, Miss Elizabeth Harnage,
dropped a 15 to 8 decision to Mel- ab Williams, $11.40.J.; M. Whitte- Swearington Kelley, $2.25; Sylvester $24.30; Clennla Hickok, Clinic, Mrs. Lizzie George and son, Lucian -
seemingly enjoying
Reporters: rose basketball team. The boys ya your- more, $50.00; Madallne Andrews Crum $2.25; R. D. Walton, $72.00; Eddie Hartman, Exhibit all of UmaUlIa spent the week-

,K aavls, Jr., I metblPerryman, fought hard and did good defen- self.And $3.17; Florida Bank at Starke, $4.50; R. V. Alvarez, $16.50. 1 I $20.00: Dr. M. B. Herlong, Professional end here with J. A. Harnage and

Sa, Smith, Alma Mary Murrhee Edward., sive work but were unable to get dat basket ball game in Payment on not $2,612.80. District FundN. Service (Brooker) $17.00; family.Mr. .

!*th Row their offense to click. Melrose Melrose Friday night was really Middleton $79.17 Hunter Press Personnel Records,
Flume Madge ; Ruby
and Clara some wotta think aboutIt Thomas, Janitor Service $50.- and Mrs. T. N. Norman and '
scored her winning margin by long game ya Lilley, $85.50; Leola Roberts, $79.- $1.75; Fred Jewell Music Company -

Seniors range shots. Priest was high ? 17; Kitty Hogsed, $60.16; Evelyn 00; Ebb Thornton, Janitor service Music I for Bnnrl. $?.fl7: Mrs. daughters, Helm. and Dorothea,

feet The scorer for Starke. I hears dat moaa ob de young Ritch, $69.67; Edna Prevatt, $72.- $50.00; Mike Maruca Janitor service Aloi Mutt Map rr..itl: by ti. 75.Lagei and UUlo llarfoy Newmans spent
Mrs. Norman's -
Sundayvlth parents
The lineups were as follows: chiluna had a most enjoyable time 83; Ernestine Buddington, $63.33; ,$45.00; H. D. May 5 cords 'green. $2.50: Mrs. J. W. ;
iwr. and Mrs. II. M. McRae.
DORIS STRICKLANDI morning Starke Melrose at de picnic Sunday afternoon. Edna Hart, $79.17; Lucile Ed- wood at $4.75, $23.75; Knock Kel- Morgan, Pencils .45; Dr. W. E. I Mr., and Mrs J. S. Sapp and

I 1,1920 baby summer girl was borne Harper _____________-___ Horne Lawsey but dat pick-up truck wards, $66.50; Madaline Andrews, ley, Two cords wood, $12.00; C. J. MlJdleton. Medical Service little daughter, Selma, were visitIng -
a wot Jacqueline had Friday after- $63.33; Willie Mae Hlnson, $72.83; Powell Labor on E. Lewis bus, 00; Miller Press, Envelopes, $18'-1 I
of Mr and Mrs. C. Ingram ______________ Strickland Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson,
home noon surely will "go to ride. Bynum Perkins, $69.67; Mildred $16.60; A. L. Barnes, Hauling 50; Van E. Priest, Office ,
They thought of Torode _______________ Eastmore Sr., at Lake Geneva Saturday.
ckland.for her and finallyto McKenney ______________ Vickers Cooter's Model T doesn't seem to Morgan, 66.50; Ethel Biggs $69.- Stove to Rising, $1.00; Publishers $3.25; Quigley and Davis Office Francis' Illlliard of Starke

>names her Doris. She is Priest ______________ Barrington get as much attention since It mov- 67; Grace Wainwright, $79.17: Guild, Magazines for Library $24.- Equipment: $2.70; H. C. Wall, In- I the week-end here with spent
name ed back to Lawtey as It did while Verna Demorest, $76.00; Lucile 20; F. A. Scott, Rent for two surance, $368.68; Wilkcrson Martin Rudolph

|e feet seven Inches tall, has The girls lost their game by a staying out at Kingsley. Kennedy, $63.33; Delle fowling, months, $4.00; R. M. Bennett Jan- Co., Paper, $28.20; Sanford- Chism and R. C. Keene.

|air and and fair complexion, score of 19 to 14. Playing the first I wonder why everybody Is readIng $101.33; Rosalind Williams, $76.- itor Service (Sick Leave) $4.50; Hall, Office Supplies $3.36; Stew- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson,

ue eyes, a pleasing per- of the two games, they played a book. Book day must. be 00; J. H. Atkinson, $76.66; Jessie Abe Myers, Wood at Lawtey Col- ard-Mellon Co., Material for New Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keene

hard. Padgett was high scorer just around de corner. Lee Lazenby, $72.83; Dorothy ored School, $10.00; A. E. McKIn- Building, $15.42; Walker Publish- and baby left Thursday for their

bas never moved from for Starke. Monday seems ta be a bad day Swanbom, $63.33; Evelyn Stump, ney, Wood at Starke School, $35.- ing Co.. Supplies, $30.00; Starke home In Houston, Texas, after

she has received all of her The lineups were as follows: for some ob our young ladies. Last $69.67; Myrwin Long $95.00; E. 20; Enock Kelley, Wood, $9.00; C. Telephone Company, Telephone spending a while here with friends

ion at Bradford High. This Monday Edith missed school and L. Williams, $200.00; Ruby Mae J. Powell, Labor on Desks and Services, $11.25; Webster Publish- and relatives.We .
her last of Starke Melrose
flll complete year dla Doshla missed school. Perkins $76.00 L. M. Doors R. L. Clemmons, ing Company, Teachers are to that Mrs.
Padgett ________________ Bryan Monday ; Sponholtz $21.90; Planningand sorry report
hool. Lawsey, but some ob our senior $76.00; J. M. Whittemore, $83.33; Wood at Hellbron, $19.50; P. D. Record Books, $25.00; Farmers F. S. Sapp Is 111.
Stanley _____ ___________ Price
sports that are Interesting boys seem ta think dat dey Is sup- Eva Anderson, $69.67; Eunice Reddish, Wood at Lawtey, $35.00. and Dealers Bank, Payment of Mrs. W. R. Conner and child-
Crosby ________________ Robinson
fare dancing, parties, basketd posed to take life easy dls last Searing, $72.83; Florence Brown, Puriton Chemical Co. Janitor I Note (F. D. Reddish) $662.63; ren of Double Run were visitingMrs.
travel. Parker ____________________ Tyre
she likes to Crosby ________________ Rountree semester. I can't blame dem In de $75.00; Mabel Wall, $72.83; Carl Supplies, $200.00; N. Thomas, Jan- Florida Bank at Starke Payment T. N. Norman Friday after-

iotlce she is very Interesting Jordan ________________ Schenck least, can you? Roberts, $80.00; Lucile Johns, $25.- itor Service, $65.00; Ebb Thornton, of Note of Johns and Wainwright noon.
frtain brunette boy from the De seniors have a few things ta 00; Virginia Fugate, $24.00; M. W. Janitor Service, $50.00; Mike Mar- $383.85; Farmers and Dealers" John Prevatt of Orlando spent

I Farm. Nice work, Doris, Nobody on either team during look forward to, In din last semes- Morrow, $101.33; H. B. Wiggins, uca, Janitor Service, $45.00; II. C. Bank, Interest on Note $21.84; the week-end here with relatives

oing. either game was put out on fouls. ter-Senior play, kid day, junior- $69.66; Lorraine Smith, $80.75; Green, Janitor Service, $35.00; E. Carpenters Drug Store, Clinic N

s intends for her life work. senior banquet, final exams, and Floy Sullivan, $60.16; Ophelia M. Bennett, Janitor Service, $40.- Drugs, $5.00; J. G. Boyd, Trans- New Filling Station

; great success. She intends GRADE NEWS graduation, which Includes ordering Bryan, $69.66; I. B. Cody, $120.- 00; R. P. Lewis, Janitor Service, portatlng Football Boys $21.00;

i stenographer, we think she invitations and caps and 33; Verna Sheffield, $66.50; Emma $40.00; C. R. Whitehead, Road Percy Sullivan, Office $15.00; J. Another place--of business for

ke a good one for she likes gowns. Hill, $69.66; Blanche Edwards, Patrol, $15.00; Augsburg Publish- H. Moore, Board Service, $25.00; station row" Road
along
THIRD GRADE "filling
f and shorthand. Yours from now on, $72.83; Joyce Futch, $95.16; DowG. ing Co., Work Books, $2.38; A- W. P. Smith, Board Service, $25.- with
We of 13 Is In the offing Mallory
are enjoying a study
Mammy. Beck; $120.83; Blanche Vander- merican Book Co. Books, $2.17; R. 00; E. J. Lewis, Board Service,
commissioner
Plant Life. Several of the boys Thomas, county remodeling -
HARTMAN vier, $90.01; Ila Reale, $72.83; Jewel R. Andrews, Hauling books and $25.00; A. J. Griffis, Salary, $125.00 .- old his
)RRAINE planted onion sets and the girls an building near
-- planted tomato seeds in our school JokesMr. Roberts, $76.00; Mrs. L. H. seats, $2.00; Bradford Hardware, ; A. J. Griffis Car Expense for new home for this purpose. Gulf

Vprll 30, 1921, In the city ofa garden box. The plants were giv- Futch $79.13; Helen Cody, $79.13; $49.45; Brannen's Sport Shop, December, $2000; A. J Griffls, Of- products will be handled, Mr.

beautiful little brown en by Mr. White and we thank him Whittemore: "This soup Lois Mayes, $72.83; Lillie McRae, Play Ground Equipment, $28.83; fice Expense, $17.83; Louise Warren Thomas said. He is being assistedIn

tastes $69.66; Ruth Frazier, $53.83; Grace Brownlee Bros., Operating Expenses : Salary December" $50.00
baby girl was born to Mr. very much. Many of the boys and funny. ; the work by his brother, George

s. A. Hartman whom they girls have planted beans and other Mrs. Whittemore: "Well, whydon't Ford, $60.16; Cleo Andrews $43.- $4.50; Babson StatisticalOrganlzllth'I1 Frances Peek, Office Work $8.80. Thomas.

33 Norman Johns $72.83 Luver- Poster Services .
laugh? ; ; .
you +
amed Lorraine Louise. vegetables in their home garden.So --- ---- -- ----- m--- -- MM

faine lived here for two suc- we are looking forward to the Mrs. Long: "Gene, you had bet- tla Shepherd, $69.66; Lubedla $8.95; Chicago Apparatus Co., Lab- Loose leaf ledger outfits, all Legal forms: warranty deeds

then she and hers time when our plants will mature.A ter review this list of questionsfor Johns, $44.33; Mae Wells, $57.00; oratory Supplies $59.58; City chatel mortgages, mortgage deeds

years moved, to Illinois. Therene prize is to be given the first the test tomorrow." Arthur McRae, $66.50; Essie Cros- Light and Water Plant, Lights and types ledger sheets, ring binders, bill of sale, leases, land contracts,

Gene: "I'm not worried at all by $43.33 Madaline $43.- Water Canova Pharmacy. etc., at the Bradford Telegraph
| attended three different pupil who brings In a vegetablefrom ; Crosby, $38.34; County agreement for deed, and all othersat
about those questions. I'm worried 33 G. E. $88.66 Harmon Cohen Bros. $44.-
fe. Finally her parents de- his garden. ; McGaulley, ; $16.04; Supplies the Bradford County Telegraph,

|to come back to Starke and Mrs. Biggs, Teacher. only about the answers." Morgan, $63.33; Murlle Nor- 81; Chemical Equipment Co., Soap,
Sorchie! Baird Coordinated Studies in Ed-
where will find them man, $63.33; $63.- $5.00;
you
SIXTH GRADE NEWS A. Z.: "Pardon me, but Is your 33; Annie Laura Elston, $63.33; cation, Work Books, $1.93; CeJul

We are all happy to be back In name A. Z?" Melva Crosby, $50.60; Aubrey Wit- Products Inc., Soap, $10.00; Leon
and la Ilk-
I is a very friendly Cleon: "No, why?" hers Sirnmle Hunter of
school again and to see our class- $69.66; $100.- Conner, Advance Payment
I know her. She is
who
all mates. A. Z. "That's his overcoat you 00; Robert Strachan, $65.00; Fran- lights, $5.00; Denco Library Sup 1

smart in her books and al- got on, and he is me, so get out ces Tyson, $50.00; E. E. Evans, plies, Materials for book repair, / g
I akes "A" on all of her sub- Merle Geiger has moved here "
of it. I need It to home.
go $75.00; Lewis I. DuBois, $30.00; $34.30; Encyclopedia Britannica
so naturally all of her teache from Jacksonville and has joinedour
Dorothy Harold, $50.00; Flossie Inc, Books, $47.10; EducationalTest
her. class. We are very glad to Edith: "How big Is your town, McLendon, $50.00; Le Nora Caffey, Bureau, Tests $7.01; Fenole

very loveable girl has have him.Marlon. Doshia," $50.00; Mable B. Richardson, $50.- Chemical Co., Soap, $10.50; Fla.
to the height of five feet Love and her mother are Doshia: "Let me see, well It's rrmiIJ
00; Alice Hall McCoy, $50.00; A. School Book Depository, Books,
as i brown eyes and a medium leaving this week for China. Theyare about the size of New York but it
O. Jenkins $62.50; A. O. Jenkins, $6.98; Clarance Frazier, Repairsat

exion. driving through the countryto Isn' tbullt up yet." $12.50; Sarah Jenkins, $40.00; H. Graham, $4.00; Gaasett Hard
San Francisco and then will
hobbies are swimming, danc- C. Williams, $65.00; M. E. Roberts ware, $179.24; Woodrow Surrency
take boat for Hawaii and China. Helen "How much have
nd all kind of athletics. Her a : gas $50.00; Geneva Hartley, $50.00; Wood!, $35.00; Leon A. Gray, Re- r
We know she will enjoy this trip ?"
|dislike is conceited people. we Cleo Hadley, $50.00; Pearl Smith, imbursement Payment of Books,
and seeing her father, but we are Clara: "It 'flalf,' but I can't
ing her school life Lorraineade says $50.00; Annie Louise Gaines $50.- $3.50; C. A. Gregory Books, $17 ,
going to miss her. tell whether it's half full or half t ,
many friends because 00; J. A. Jones $65.00; Dora San 53; Hajoca Corporation, Paymenton

very bright and jolly. She The six new books that were empty. chez, $50.00; Grace Robinson, $50.-i Account, $75.00; Hart Furniture "'caw .

y ambitious and hopes to be- added to our Library by the schoolare 00; Roosevelt Smith, $2.50; Emma Three Heaters $61.00; Industrial J.
Marian: "Mary, do two rights I
Comes
some great man's stenog- : The Mall Through, Chalker, $26.00; Mildred Paul, Laboratories, Soap, $15.-I

ir, probably the President's or Holiday Meadow, The Forge in the make a wrong? $17.50; W. W. Green, $36.00; Nor- 00; S. R. Johns, Towel Racks, $10. dy Slue MOMS. 7
Mary: "Yes, when the y're M9
Life Stories Is-
-nor's. Here's hoping that Forest, Real Baby man Johns, $6.34; Mrs. M. W. 00; M. L. Johns, Wood, $6.00; i I .

very successful. land, and Glimpses Into the Long shoes. Morrow, $16.12; Doris Crosby, $3.- Knight Bros Paper Co., Paper I
!
raine is now one of the dig- Ago. 20; Mildred Paul, $2.50; Mrs. E. $12.40; Carpenters Drug Store,

Seniors of the Class of '39. E. Searing, Teacher. Many Courses In C. Long, $23.26; Florida Bank at Medical Supplies: $19.14; H. D.

Alma Murrhee, Music OfferedThis Starke, payment o nnote, $3919.20. May, Wood, $22.50; Fla. Power ,

Historian. FIFTH GRADE NEWS TransportationJ. and Light Co., Lights, $204.44; -i--

:From our class dues we purchased C. M. Hitch $199.11 Roberts
three and one half yards of domestic year, as in 1937 and 1938, E. Adklns, 3.70; J. E. Ad- ; L

| Snoop 'N Peepryone and on this Jessie McMillan the average man will go on havinghis kins, $102.30; J. E. Brown, $40.00; Numbering Co. Numbering Mach-
ine .66 C. J. Powell $5.-
traced the United States with each likes and dislikes and one of J. G. Boyd, $2.37; J. G. Boyd, $35.- ; Repairs p ::4

came to school Mon- state. Bernice Cooper outlined his greatest likes will be music; 81; Nelson Moore, $20.00; Nelson 50; Van H. Priest, Shades, colored _g ra..

orning, yawning and tired. this In dark brown. Elbert Erie tha tin why we have a Glee Club; Green, $3.39; Nelson Green, $49.- .80; Quigley and Davis, July ,.,....a_ b 1 _ac d..... t Tr 0 Aaa'rfawq P....,...Qrowv. I rr

s a big week-end and school Thornton colored the Great LakesIn why thousands of schools all over 61; Richard Griffis, $2.37; Rich- and August Account, $374.72; o 01\.1\.daa&a'& __!... 0....;..... Goa IZ
Rand Inc Two 0 .11. 1
America have Glee Clubs. Man Remington Type- 1' yn alad r
orgotten till Monday morn- blue. The states were abbrevi- ard Griffis, $32.63; E. Lewis, $2.37; o a1- Zed q.-
loves music and as high school writers, $120.00; C. B. Roberts, p,1ut ...-"- t yn I]Caastrr lro. ,, I
Lewis Dom ar
E. S. Mott .
petty Jo seemed to be awfully ated In royal blue and It really $82.63; M. $40.- W"-- yn 0 r..... -
fed Friday. We hear her boyis made an attractive map. It is be- students it Is made possible for 00; Frank Norman, $40.00; And- Janitor Supplies, $4.65; Row Pet- o:::"esxeaatAe<< I r. 0 Goo4 weal -j "
erson Co., Books, $2.54 Sinclair "' 'forf.. "
very ill. ing made more attractive now by most of us to learn something a- rew Redding, $10.00; Roy Tomlinson ; o _-"Mt\'. )oo'l'I.rMS \ 0)r.m. I
bout this thing which few have Refining Co., Oil, $9.35; E. T. 0-- c&4 tot"I.... 0 na. 'Pr "
Tomlinson .
|le came to school Mondayg our contributing pictures and products $2.37; Roy $77.- ()pO- iDI m ... rrf. I 7'o
Stewart, Repairs and oil, $19.25 o 'Ic O ad--
;
close to mastering.In l
happy as a lark. Julian'shome of many varities. We can come 63; Oliver Underhill, $2.37; Oliver ran" ....t1r T. -9",4 aro I ree
., (
Smith Service Station Repairs at
the new of 1939, the I
year -
g is the answer, I'llh not paste our product on the map Underhill $27.63; A. A. Edwards, o"n'l -- I yn 0 Jlo..... WO"d "
J. H Repairs I
of Bradford Brooker $22.35 Saxon
Musical Department ; .... no
unless we are sure of its location. $20.00; L. O. Jones, $6.15; Gay- 0"I 0 P 1Ue
High School will go on as in past at Hampton, $5.00; School ....... -- yI ad.. I n
Iron Wroks Consolid- 41e,1'
find or productand non $44.00
When we a picture ; -o< I asB'e 1.
and Enza seem to be very as strong and stronger Service Co., Pass Slips, $2.76; R. 0.-- _.
are In doubt as to white it be- years, just ated Automotive Co. $16.90; E. ;.... I'" 0 -- I
f
the song "Hurry Home. of additions and con- R Thede Janitor $9.02 o au.- 0. ; n
because new Supplies ; 1 OII I'Tr Agyqe
longs, we read over certain parts Lennon, $5.75; J. E. Adkins $15.84; saoo- : :-- I'r8O
... -
o .
Edwards certainly has a and tinual Improvement In the whole Typewriter Service Co., Repairs on : ... p 0": :: rc.--.1'r8
are E .Lennon
very $11.60.
of our geography tbM 0
new pretty clothes. Had Machines, $23.62 Time, Magazine t 'PI 1'aa.ay I
organization.The ; ... -
Uced? positive of It's location before we Pency Adkins, $21.92; Pency o. .wodrS --:: WWai n
elementary, Junior and Sen- $2.67 Tip Top Grocery Tissues r9l'orna
; 0"--
paste It on. The reason we are Adkins, $2.08; Lester Slade $56.-
n Wooten seems to be the it in the ior Boy's and Girl's Choruses, the .60; Universal Manufacturing Co.
particular about getting 35; Lester Slade, $3.65; George
|man In his home room. Sev- right place Is-this is our reviewof Brass Band, Orchestra, Boys Rhames, $6.00.J.; M. Reddish, Janitor Supplies, $8.34; E. A. Winkler II .
flrls I know fail to Choir Mrs. Mabel Wall, our direc-
never say the United States and we wantto $40.00; Bell Reddish $28.22; Bell Repairs, $40.03; Western Au-
] morning Cleon." remember all tor and supervisor, Mrs. Florence to Associate Store, Material for 10. Of'I'D XO' IAU.
IAU.
really know and Reddish, $1.78; Ed Durbin, $35.00; rIV1I .
hla has a very pretty ring ont that we have studied. (Too, itdosen't Brown, and Mr. Roberts, directorof J. S. Austin, $6.35; Levy Norman, Repairs, $2.57; Johns and Wainwright Thu JI-.parpot.1 Ta 1 r04 ONLY ftJB W'JIIICIPe..1 TM' 1 I'O OSLYY
hand. the Brass Band, will continue, Insurance $3.55 M. F.
I add to our grades to get $30.00; W.: E. Sapp, $15.50; Chester -I ; }$2.10 }$2AO
this to work In the name of : = 8 3 = A
ale Sewell goes in for loud things wrong!) year, Andrews, $74.80; Chester And Wiggins, cleaning School, $3.25; 4 :: a
the glorious thing that "hath Leo Griffin.. Wood at Starke, $15.-
and sweaters. See for your- So far Earl Edmondson and rews, $3.20; Mae Wells, $10.92;
charms"-MUSIC. 00 W. J. Wood at Thurs- 01"l'Z'R" ,0.. 1
Goodge
have the I ; Oars ROo 1
Elbert Erie Thornton Mae Wells, $2.08; L. R. Starling, 11'1. ALL row TL1..wpap.t I TW. au. sat
Thu Xewspep.y
most pictures and J. W. Keen has $45.00; Jake Sapp, $32.00; R. V. ton, $3.00; J. H. Wainwright Floor I 1'080llLt rOB 01'11.1'

rimary Jingles the most products on our map. SCHOOL BOARD Alvarez, $68.35; R. V. Alvarez, Oil and Kerosene, $31.92; E. 2 tram Ma4ett. A } 3=Z' A }$2.55
non Labor, $18.00; C. J. Powell, :0 $2.25
Another interesting feature of WARRANT LIST $3.65; J. K. Douglas, $61.35; J. K. Labor on Desks, $21.60; Bradford : 1 Ir_ '"-QnqIt'CtiJ B

our work, is our theatre we made FOR DECEMBER 1938TEACHEUS' Douglas, $3.65; E. T. Stewart,
fare so proud of our shrub- County Telegraph, Paper Printing,
Powder adver- $62.46 E. T.
Stewart $2.54 Leslie
from an Adriene ; ; -
end It makes our SALARY etc., $133.25 B. C. Brost, Drawing rob oiflYla Yclood
;
grass. tisement. We have now on the Green, $66.35; Leslie Green, $3.- i : "
tig look so much better. We Madge Middleton $79.17; Ruby Plans for Graham School, $11.20;
stage a Christmas Scene-the arrival Leola Roberts $79.- 65; B. J. Kelley, $20.00; Charity [ fjJl -I g }$2.25M.Caa'
,
$85.50
o< thank the P. T A. and the the Lilley, ; Enoch Kelley, Wood, $5.00; J. T '
Williams Norman Tfaaa'iNrsrat<
during
of the neighbors 17 Kitty Hogsed. $60.16; Evelyn $20.00: Johns, $$
A. for making it possible ; Kirkland, Labor at Vanderbllt,
to have them. We apprecl- colonal period.We Rltch, $69.67; Edna Prevatt, $72.- $10.00; J. E. Adkins, $102.30; J. E. $25.00; Markley Alzarez Janitor ,.. ..- .,
I Ind are going to change It to a 83 Ernestine Buddington, $63.33; Adkins, $3.70; J. E. Brown $40.- Ant
ry much Dr. Hume's coming ; Service $6.12; Luther Griff. Two'I Ma9a.ts '
the January scene next week. Edna Hart, $79.17; Lucile Ed- 00; J. G. Boyd, $35.81; J. G. woam'e Wald .....- I''f
landscaping grounds. Cords Wood, $10.00; E. Lannon,
Leach and Jessie McMillan. Andrews Boyd, $2.37; Nelson Green O.o4 sbA.a ...++ w $2.10
Mabel wards 66.50 Madallne ,
;
The Primary Children. Repairing Seats $23.60; H. D. May zI I r
$49.61; Nelson Green $3.- sawsrar"t3"--=
$63.33; Willie Mae Hinson, $72.83; Wood, $10.00; J. T. Kirkland, Lab- This

FIRST GRADE Elementary Echoes Bynum Perkins, $69.67; Mildred 39; Richard Griffis, $32.63; Rich- or, $55.00; H. D. May, Wood, $57.- !

J had a nice vacation, but we Morgan, $66.50; Ethel Biggs, $69.- ard Grlffls, $2.37; E. Lewis $82.- 50; E. A. Winkler Wiring Material -

|ad to be back In school. Thisis We have been reading about the 67; Dow G. Beck, $70.83; Grace 63; E. Lewis, $2.37; Nelson Moore, and fixtures at Neilbron eftg
$20.00; S. M. Mott, $40.00; Frank mn
so very pleasant that we Possessions of the United States Wainwright $79.17; Verna Demo- School, $100.60; N. Thomas, Janitor -

d to study about Florida Cit- in Geography.We rest, $76.00; Lucile Kennedy, $63.- Norman, $40.00; Andrew Reddish, Service, $16.25; C. J. Powell, ..adso.a

|uits Instead of snow and ice. that 33; Jessie Lee Lazenby, $72.83; $10.00; Roy Tomllnson, $77.63; Labor on Desks, $10.35.General .
sorry to hear .. ...
are very .. ..
$63.33 Roy Tomlinson $2.37: Oliver Underhill I --. t .
i Dorothy Swanbom, ; Evelyn cC.WI.ItIi
.re making a booklet about /.
Mathews Is sick. FundA. ; ., ifssab.
t Roger Stump, $69.67; Myrwln Long, $95.- $27.63; Oliver Underhill, tM.-s- ..n p .

s.are We have some new books In the 00; E. L. Williams, $300.00; Delle $2.37; A. A. Edwards, $20.00; L. C. Dennison New Building ..> doa 1. 1aw+ a rQ .... .

enjoying learning action library that are very good reading.The Dowling, $101.33; Rosalind Williams O. Jones, $6.15; J. L. Anderson, Work, $8.00; Louise Warren, Sal- u.Ot'f...; paK Dot
I. but mo-Jt: of all we enjoy do-I teacher brought a pictureof
$50.00 A. J. Grlffls, Salary,
Bradford Hardware
hat j Madonna. We read $76.00; Blanche Vander- $40.20; $1.25; ary ; .
| they say do. a Sistine and the story of vier, $63.33; J. H. Atkinson, $76.- Dewey Murrhee, $18.00; Dr. M. B. $125.CO; Percy Sullivan Office

; are sorry to have so many I about the artist 66; Ruby Mae Perkins, $76.00; L. Herlong, $10.00; Dr. WV E. Mld Work, $10.00; Frances Peek, Office -
ees this month. We wish to the picture.We and Davis Work $4.80 L. G. Balfore, @ aat :r R.F.D
I Happy New M. Sponholtz $76.00; J. M. Whit- dleton, $6.00; Quigley ;

our parents to send us to, wish you a very temore, $83.33; Eva Anderson, $7.17; Register Motor Company, Diplomas, $40.88; Becley Card .J 9tat.. .,
Town i
every day. We're wishing I Year. Teacher, $69.67; Eunice Searing $72.83; $12.00; Rivers Body Company, Company, Letter Press, $6.43;
ne a Happy New Year, Miss Morgan, Office _----rlradlord -roRIN
Bobby Turner Reporter. Florence Brown $75,00; Carl $24.00; Smith Service Station George G. Barnard, Supplies
Mrs. Roberta Teacher. I







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FWLTtt. BRADFORD COUNTY: TEUEfSK.U'II STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY .rA.\ :

___.____________ __ _. _.h_________. ___ __._____ ._ ---- -. -. -_.------ --- --. -- -- -. t\ItV i.-... ..

''I E. Gnann Celebrates MOONEY FINALLY PARDONED I i--- Severely Burned ImportantA

Ninety-First Birthday Little Carolyn Edwards daughter -
I representative
ot (h,
<(;, .
OClctfJ I Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice villa Office of the F'.x-u'
!! E. Gnann celebrated his ninei 0".
,
Edwards, is reported Improving at of the Florida State Emilio
i I ty-flrst birthday anniversary Sun1
1 Riverside! Hospital! In Jacksonville Service and Unemployment
day with it dinner ut the home of I

i Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan near i where she was taken Sunday penautlon will be in l.ak R.,

:Meets Starke. The white cake. after at the Court House,
Mr. Chapman Discusses! Ladies' Auxiliary : large N I morning being painfully ThufSda",
International Relat inns With Mrs K. G. DuncanThe I with ninety-one red candles. was ; 1 i i burned on her back, arms, and m. of each, week and 1 n tart>:
the
the center. of attraction around I i: hands. She was alone in the room Courthouse, ThureaaV"p: ,
At Woman's Club Ladies Auxiliary of the which was gathered children and I I 1st the time, and it Is believed that of each week, to explain 1111| 8.!

L. F. Chapman, superintendent Presbyterian Church met Tuesday I grandchildren to enjoy this happy Wi'i' her flannel night clothes caught vice and to take.reglstr tt\DI1JJ\
at 7:30: o'clock at the home
of the State Prison Farm wa* night occasion with Mr. Gnann. from a fire in an open fireplace. Initial claims for UIleIJ1PIOYIIt
of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
guest speaker at the program Among those present were Mr I I I The child's screams quickly 1 1I compensation. This se .c, II

meeting of the Woman's Club held 1 Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, president, and Mrs. Ephriam Gnann. Starke, Ii brought her parents and Mr. Edwards tlrely free.

Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'- presided over the business meeting Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gnann, Daytona I I smothered the flames with ,
and led the devotional which consisted '-4 ...
clock Mrs. J. C.Yallace, chairman ,
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. I. H, 1. hi shands and by rolling the child : -------

of the Club's International of songs; Scripture, and I' Masters, Okahumpka; :Mr andJ. I I i, on the ground.

Relations Committee was In prayer. I, E. Rosier, Lawtey; Mr. andI .

charge of the program and presented Mrs. E. :M. Davis gave an inter- {I i Mrs. Dan Boree and children, of I J City Bond Trustees
the speaker to his audi 'eating review of the chapter "The
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. C M. The Board of City Bund Trustees I

ence.Prefaced Boards of Christian Education and Gnann, Paola: Mr. and Mrs. Ben I met in the City HaJl, Monday 1

by a brief humorous Pensions" taken from the book I o'Neal, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. .. .
'"' 1 -- 1 -T wr rI I night Routine matters were at-
:' tory, Mr. Chapman's serious talk "Our Presbyterian Church. L. E .Douglas, Lake Monroe\ Mr I SACREMENTO, CAL.-Gov. Culbert Olson (left) of California tended to and bills were paid. R. J. i

j J on "International Relations" was "China." the title of the program and Mrs. Elbert Gnann and son, I greeted Tom Mooney, one of America's most famed prisoners, I I Davis and P. M. Barefoot were

i by contrast Intensely. interesting. for the evening, was under Okahumpka: Claude Gnann and I I With an official pardon at an open hearing, thus ending Mooney's I present and H. L. Brownlee the
-
, i and tnougnt-provoKing.. He told or the able leadership of Mrs. R. F. family, Holly Hill; Miss Margaret .52-year imprisonment on a charge of having perpetrated a Pre- third member, was unable to at-
j the chaotic condition of the world Clark. I Moore, Jacksonville; Mrs. Pauline tend.
paredness Day parade bombing in 1916. killing several people and
Mrs. I. H. Blasingame was wel-
today and stated that less talk a- Hamilton Vero Beach; Mrs. Paul
bout the situation was necessary in comed as a new member duringthe f Glover and children, Ft. Pierce; Injuring many others. Mooney pleaded Innocence throughout the

order to bring about a change. He business meeting. and Mr. and Mrs. C. Godwin, San- years. You CAnt

stated that there Is no feeling of After adjournment Mrs. Duncan FLOWERSFOR

security in our nations, and enu- served her guests a tempting des- ford.Mr.. Gnann was born on January Circles of Baptist ALLOCCASIONS rebuildaskes

merated three reasons for our sert course. 6. 1848, but the celebration was W. M. S. Hold MeetingsCircle
present condition namely: personal held FAVORITE IN ANYDESIGNS
on Sunday as being more con- Number Two and Circle with
ambition, national ambition and dlnating the people and by con- venient for the visiting relatives.W. .
conflict of ideas stating that con- trast the people of the Western + Number Three of the BaptistWoman's RECIPES: 1

flict of ideas plays the most important Hemisphere believe that the State and Missionary Society met Also Flowers .
O. W. Woodmen
afternoon 9 at
Monday January ,
part. Concrete illustra- should be the servant. "If Ameri- Wired to
Circle Have Joint 3:30 &clock.Circle .
of these : INSURE WITH
tions showed bow each can ideals pass and European MOLASSES CINNAMON SNAPS AnybodyAnywhere
reasons helped to bring about the ideals live, God help the World"concluded Installation Number Two met with
world's One Illustrationof Mrs. A..A. Durden and Mrs. Mary JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT'
upheaval. Mr. Chapman.Mrs. The W. O. W. and the Woodman Mrs. W. E. Middleton con- For AnyOccasion
conflicting ideas pointed out by Wallace next presentedMrs. Circle held a joint Installa- Geiger In their home with twelve

Mr .Chapman showed how the peo- A. Z. Adkins, who sang two tion service Friday night In the members and one visitor present. tributes a cookie recipe that she .
MRS. N I) WAINWRIGIITPhone
ple of the East believed in subor- numbers, "Trees" and "A Birth- Woman's Club building.The Mrs. J. M. Brownlee led the de- found in one of her current mag- 102 PHONE IS

day." Mrs. Adkins was accompanied auditorium votional using as her topic "Do- azines recently. Along with the ...
...... _ was attractively -- .. -. ---
at the piano by Mrs. K. G. Dun- decorated with arrangements of ing The Will of God." Reports recipe she sent us a sample of the I

can. were received from the secretary,
poinsettias and fern.
cookies and we can certainly recommend
ENGRAVING Immediately following the program treasurer, and circle chairmen.
During the impressive service them. They would be
Mrs. L. F. Chapman, first Mrs. S. E. Sparks, mission study SEEJ.
the officers installed
vice-president of the club presided following were especially nice to have in the cookie -
I I for the ensuing year: leader, suggested buying a study
over a short business session, I book and using it in the circle jar for those hungry children to MAURICE EDWARDSFOR
Guardian Mrs. Maude An-
i during which the minutes of the meetings. She also gave an inter- find when they come home from
drews.
I 1 last three meetings were read by esting talk on China followed bya school.

the secretary, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Past guardian Mrs. Anita beautiful poem. ALL KINDS OF
I Jr. The financial reportwas Griffis. Cream one cup of sugar with one
Mrs. J, L. Silcox gave a report of shortening add one
cup ; cup'molasses
also read by the secretary.It Advisor Mrs. Mildred Powell. '
from the White Cross and Mrs. J.
then add two teaspoonsof LAND CUTTING WITH TRACTOR
was voted to the
change
program Chaplain Mrs. Frances Mc-
M. Brownlee of the work committee. soda which has been dissolvedin
meeting to the second Wed-
I Intyre.
Mrs. Durden, personal service two tablespoons of warm water.
nesday of each month and the busi-
1 Attendant Mrs. Eunice Wil- chairman, reported giving $3.00to Sift two cups flour with one table- 1 AND DISC
to the
ness meeting fourth Wed-
1 nesday. son. two orphan boys at Christmasan spoon of cinnamon, one tablespoonof I

Assistant attendant Mrs Ethel dalso distributing clothing to I ginger and one-halt teaspoonsalt.
I During the social hour the hostesses -
Chambers. the needy. Add to first mixture
TilE FINEST THAT Mrs. enough
I ; C. F. Ward, Mrs. John -
MONEY CAN BUY Uglow. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. Secretary Mrs Lulu Hutto. The next meeting of Circle Num- flour (three or four cups) to makea r. _=
I Fred Hazen ber Two will be held at the homeof stiff dough. Roll out very thin j rjjfS-ir .
Mrs. L. A. Brown Reporter Mrs. Vonda Inman. "P
Mrs. G. W. Alderman. on slightly floured boatd. Cut in flEir'ii< ERFEcr
Mrs. T. J. Griffin '
Mrs. D. E. Auditors Mrs. Den-
Emily
VISITING CARDS 1 :After the meeting adjournedMrs. desired shape and bake eight to w PROTEcrlON"t(5fd
Knight, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. W. mark, Mrs. Mae Bryant, and Mrs. =
Durden and Mrs. Geiger ten minutes in a moderate oven
A. Stern ordr
Mrs. Vonda Inman, and Rosa Goodman. d cr.
+, WEDDINGINVITATIONS Mrs. L. A, Davis, served Ice cream served a salad course and hot tea (350 or 375 degrees). Makes about Wi&M If f8''Y "" b"
I Captain Mra. Verge Flynn. to their guests, one hundred cookies. ;
re"lorUFB
,
and cookies to all those present.DRINK.MORE .'..000earq. aba
--.uGlIIIII
Musician -- Mn. Mae Green. hlaIbo
'
I! Banker MM. Louise Williams. Circle Number Three met at Dr. Hume Talks On 'IpsispiW& / rmrmcu y bw D'01:;..diatortetopddwn /

BIRTH : Junior Counselor Mrs.. Flora. the home of Mrs. H. L. Hough with Need of Horticulture In iittjii 1100 O' I l1u ou r- otctyytb, cooeoerrmNei: Ascd: :;.r
-
ANNOUNCEMENTS'r Mclveriney. fifteen members;present.The < S1' moony lor .2 -
MILK'And
I School CoursesDr. .bled
b,ao, FOd"r..110"-
Inner leader, Mrs. conducted 0 Per JDon,,. wi .
sentinel Mrs. Lois Hough '
Harold Hume, plant specialist .1..bo : .J. ,
!"d'b'' !o S
the devotional Mat 'fel
SYMPATHY Mays. reading and head of the Agricultural, 1 1PAGE ".c./tate. con6oem-ckaptvhiu.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSWe i Mrs. Ella Rhlmes Strickland, thew 28:17-20: and using as her College at the University of Florida r id h j100 oniD edard c ; w'.unhrutDWiz : : ,
od
i "Personal Service" In- .
Mrs. Ella Mae Mrs. Jean- subject as : .
Hardee
was the guest speaker! at the 'maNmd4nu. dun ro> rick.i3 ,
r ette Kincaid and Mrs. Mildred Rivera corporated in "The Great Commission lII.d'
; regular meeting of Parent-Teacher J
are local agent for the II. ," after which a round table .' cub;: to ( as .
the officers at- ?
were installing Association held last Thursday :000 i + uckoK
\ it: B. Drew Co., the South'A finest 1 discussion of personal service was cuhro u. 61a .
tendent musician and I a r
chaplain night in the school auditorium. Dr. tubtrtodtof

line of Kngraero.Fine Their entire Drink I respectively for the evening ser held.Mrs. Hume selected as his subject "The :;i nldathw 1111" is erhiloi In'rt ;
f i Engraving Siunplewmay R. A. Thomas conductedthe ,.
Need of
I Agriculture In Our High rotaHr.and
The Best b :
h be seen by calling 19 or 82. vice.Mrs. Dion "
mission "
I Anita Griffis, past guardian study. Schools. In his talk he forcibly t1W ...1:. :' : neat..eli..bled.
FROM presented each of her officers Mrs. W. B. Alexander was nam- brought to his listeners' attentionthe jurMnr/romfemiot Jf:Dollars.d:

Bradford County PETERSON'SDAIRY with a lovely gift and Mrs. Vergie ed chairman of the committee to necessity of knowing soils and ,er r-dlrr, emyut

Flynn, captain of the drill team buy materials 'and arrange for plant life. He also brought out

, Telegraph gave each member of her team an making new chair covers for the the fact that a very low percent of HAROLD C. WALL Agency

.., -.-- .. .. .- ..... --ot- appropriate gift. church. The circle will meet at school students attend the schools
Mrs. Griffis and the installing the home of Mrs. P. M. Barefooton of higher learning, thereby Increasing RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY:

officers were also presented giftsas Wednesday, January 18, at 1:30: the need of a course in OF PITTSBUnGII

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy tokens of appreciation.After o'clock to make the covers. agriculture in the high school.

' Many Years Experience: Makes It Possible for Me to Render the officers Installed Each member was asked to contribute Dr. Hume was presented to his
were
1 EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Mrs. R. J. Davis delighted her a piece of linen to be sent audience by Mr. E. L. Williams

MODERATE PRICES audience with vocal solo to the training school in Louts principal of Bradford High School.In .
a accompanied -
DeWITT villa Mrs. Shepherd will receive his introduction Mr. Williamstold
j C. JONES at the piano by Mrs. Kin
4 Starke, Florida caid. the linens and send them in to of the esteem In which Dr.
1 the school. Hume is held by his colleagues and

c --,- -.--.- .-.- ,--_..... --,- ., -..... -+ O.Immediately W. installation following service the the host W. Mrs. R. A. Newsome, enlistment of the the University.work he has accomplishedat

eases, Mrs. Ethel Raymond, Mrs, chairman, was asked to name her
FLOWERS Preceding the address Mrs. W.
committee
Vonda Inman, Mrs. Maude Andrews and together call on
members B. Sewell, program chairman, read
not in attend
regular
All orders filled with careful consideration and Mrs. Ethel Chambers, the five
ance. objectives of the P.-T. A.
y for the requirement of the Individual. served tempting refreshments of
the talk
, Several members volunteered to Following she asked for
doughnuts and coffee
Special attention given to promptness and attend the Association meeting to a discussion on our own agricultural -

economy be held at Raiford, January 31. needs.
Mrs L. A. Canova
t'' Mrs. Harding,director of G. A's. During the business session,
Mrs. L. G. Powell Presents Program was a visitor and Mrs. Wilkins a which was presided over by the

I'hone 123-J Over WRUF newcomer to Starke, was welcomed president, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, I

Mrs. L. A. Canova played a as a new member. MIss Madge Middleton. secretary.

.., After adjournment the hostess I read the minutes of the .
a wtwauuwnuwmuuuwwuunwwuawm.iawuxawuawtwwwuuwntumwwuwunwwwwm, uaniwtwwaatnannpmwwmwnwwwy, twenty-minute program on the previous
\ University Hour over station served tempting refreshments, being meeting and Miss Ruby Lilley gave

CONTINUING WRUF Thursday afternoon at assisted by Mrs. Ralph Cox. the treasurer's report.
OUR
SALE 5:30: o'clock. She was assisted on Circle Three will meet In Feb- After adjournment Mrs. R. J. 'd

the program by Mrs. W. H. Lee ruary at the home of Mrs. AnnieM. Davis, chairman of the social com-

OF FINE DRESSES I of Lake Butler, who sang "The Richard at the State Farm. mittee served refreshments of hot MTe5CLICNS

Indian Love Call" by Film I coffee and cookies to all those WlrH STYLE yBODE r.1I.I17'H
Mrs. Canova Miss Rigdon Entertains
presentationswere present. Mrs. Davis was assistedin 1EV '
Now you can have a really fine dress at the cost of : "Minuet" (Paderewskl); I Sunday School Class serving by the members of her ., the new O\ds!

just an ordinary one and you still have several months "Walt in A Flat" (Brahms); i Miss Annie Bell Rigdon enter- committee. neA' ty\e See .

of cold weather ahead. Act promptly for these dressesare "Aria" from "Sonata" (Schu- tained the members of her Sun- +--- .the Olds .ty\cs i. the.../...... 14/cla./ eobjec' to ohs,rbumPerrlos

genuine bargains and will move quickly at these mann); "Minuet" (Beethoven); day School Class with a delightful W. C. T. U. MeetsThe D..liver..d 'L. ../e Transportation. bump .rata and
r prices "Humoresque" (Dvorak) ; "The rICe includetube..
: party last W. C. T. U. ".
Friday night givenat held its first ..ollc' .
fire
Little OU
White Donkey" (Ibert); and Clonalit
f Size "Waltz in C Minor" the home of her parents, Mr. meeting of the new year last Friday u.rda, ap.r..., ,.y / _
Originally Special Sale Price Sharp (ChopIn and Mrs. C. F Rigdon .1 r.. ,.ce.a.or/.a
on
12 Cherry at the home .' /I" instal-
$10.98 $ 8.98 ) Street. : of Mrs. W. P. Oqu/prne./ Motors
.
12 17.08 10.98 Miss Iva Mae Hawthorne of Smith. Seven members were pres- ..Ir. aient. plan.TORODE E

11 11.08 8.73 L, T Members Observe Lake ent and several
13 City, guest of Miss Rlgdon,; interesting articles -
I .4 11.08 8.75 AnniversaryThe was the honoree at this lovely af- on temperance were read. Mrs.J. I
14 :
It 7.08 4.00 Loyal Temperance Legion fair.After T. Quigley presided during; the
12.08 0.08 met with Mrs. R. L. Kemp Wed- enjoying 'many novelty! absence of the president, Mrs. F. I

16 11.08 10.98 nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock with games Miss Rig Jon serve d her A. Scott, who was Ul, and the vice- r

18 .. 14.08 10.98 twelve members present. The as guests a delicious refreshment I president, ::.Ir". O. E. Stansbury. I

18 19.98 14.08 Blatant leader, Miss Gladys Johnson course. The next meeting will be held at

20 14.08 9.98 was welcomed back after an I + the home of Mrs. Quigley today
38 absence of some time occasionedby Book Club To Meet
t 7.08 S.08 (Friday) at three p. m. Membersare

42 14.98 10.98 illneus. The Book Club, a departmentof urged to attend and bring suggestions -
+ 42 17.98 12.08 It being the anniversary meet the Woman's Club will meet of things they would like

) 4 ing of the L. T. L. Mrs. Kemp Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock) at for the union to accomplish dur-

These are just a few of the many real bargains that served the members hot chocolate, the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ing the year.Announcement.

are being offered during this sale. Fill in candy, and slices from, a large cake Davis. .. + ..
ward
I 1 robe' now. your Iced in red white, and blue, theorganization's Miss Gertrude Heering of Green CHEVROLET CO/l

colors, and the )Inscription Cove Springs, chairman of
the The business and
meet-
CLAR "Happy Birthday, L. T, club will program
review "The
JEAN SHOPPE[ L., 1038-39" waa written across Yearling"by ing of the Baptist W M. S. will
Marjorie Kinnan Rawllngs. be held at the church STARKE
the Monday January FLORIDA
top. A -
PHONE 97 glowing candle was All those who are Interested ,
Y ___ "I.nml""IIIIItIIIlI/Itnnlll1llU1"I".t also significant of the in 16th. at 3.0O: o'clock In the
organiza

charge of the program. i _



JANUARY IS, 1989_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STARKE. FLORIDA PAGR FIVE

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I Mrs. E. F. Rhodes and childrenand Attends Meet Townsend Notice City for the next year and C. II. U:> ,uid I "pi'" 1 > ,>Hp..<
I Mrs. L L. Rhodes, all of I Kelley. J. L. Harrell were seatedas pent unpaid tuxes for the yenr IP.1 ..
Election ot officers will be held \
;
Supt. A. J. Griffis, E. L Will to IU.IH both InulUBlvw. amounting -
Jacksonville were guests last Fri- Councilmen for the next two to |2S 71;
I at the next meeting of the
tams principal of B. H. S., W. :M. regular
ALSO: rot 12 of Block
day of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. yeais. A. A. Grlffis, Councilman, 16 Livingston
Bits of Townsend Club to be held here
Morrow, Hampton principal andG. Trilby & Co'" Addition to
Hayes.Mr. Monday night, January 16. Registration and O. J. Phillips, Clerk were reelected HtarkiIn. Wfc at NKH,. Her. !2 is Tp
E. McGauley, Brooker principal I 4 S. R. tZ E.,
and began their terms at
of applicants for annuities The IRxeM to he ,sell
attended a district school con- are' evl.loncud
and Mrs. W. W. Page and the same time. The Tax Collectorthis by cortiriuale No. 1112 of
under the Act will be continued. 1933. andrepresent
ference held in Gainesville .
Tuesday .
I cal Ne sons, Bill and Martin, of Lake week advised property owners unpaid taxed fur the :years
I --N-- .
at which, the new school lode 1833 to 19311 1! both InclUHlve amounting
I City spent the week-end here as to be presented to the Legislaturethis Begins New Home to pay up their 1938 taxes to J55 0.1.yiLSO .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. while the discount Is still in effect. : HWJ4\ of NE'4 SM. 81 Tp 7
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Struth. year, was discussed. Construction Is under way on a S. It. 22 lean E., containing .o _\. I.i .

If the new code becomes effective new home being built for Mr. and more The or ,
TilE ROAD WORK CONTINUESThe taxes to be Hold are eVld.lid -
PROGRESS OF COUNTY ANn TOWN teachers must be reappointed I Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., on theirproperty by certificate No. 15S2 of lt! ::
Jimmy Dickens, a student at the N. Church Street. The State Farm Road that Is and represent unpaid taxes tor theyears
before the last month of school and on
1932 to 19.19: both lnrlualvi
University of Florida In Gainesville being graded by W. P. A. workers
home will be of frame to
I U for any reason this matter is a bugalow amounting 138.03.
I spent the week-end here as construction. Is steadily going forward and when Said tax certificate together with
overlooked or neglected, teachers
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. completed will be in good condition all subsequent; omitted or Levied
Frank Landrum spent the Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. E. will be automatically reappointedat for taxes will be sold to the highestbidder
( travel. K. E.
Vining.Mr.
Supervisor I
at the Courthouse
door In
in Tallahassee. S. Matthews their same salaries. Other mat- Kingsley Lake Church
of the week and Mrs. K. L. Mat- North is in charge of the work. Htarke on the 27th day of January
thews spent Tuesday in Jackson- and Mrs. H. A. Durden and ters, Including the distinct division' Services will be held at the 1939, at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
ville. of teacher salary and transportation Kingsley: Lake Baptist Church Hated thin the 7th day of January,
Irs. N. Sternberg Is visiting children have returned to their mums KXCKKU: DEATHS 1939.
funds, text book changes, and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. (OFFICIAL SKAL) A. J. Tho""....
in Jacksonville this week. homo in Savannah Ga., after The local Registrar of: VI'.J: ,!
ds Clerk
of t'lrt'ult
| Court of BradfordCounty
certificate revision were discussed. Baptism service will be held at 10
Miss Ruth Rowe returned Sun- spending two weeks here with relatives Statistics this week announcedthat Florida 1133117
o'clock. The Rev. H. M. Tillmnn
if. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings and day after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. births in this section exceeded -
will conduct the services. .
spent Monday in Jackson- F. Howell In Olustee for several BIRTHS (deaths for the past year births Y07'It'ic KOH of TAX rpi.trATio; UI1UN.

days. Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son, Jim- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore, being recorded as 49 and deaths ( ....'" mil \n. 10:1):
my, have returned after' spendinga Starke, girl, December 29. LA WTEY 27. NOTION IS 1IKHKHY OIVKN' That
I Leo lirlfflu holder of Tax Certificate -
jr. and Mrs. Glen Searing of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and few days in Tampa with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Winkler, O. J. I'hllllpH, Correspondent No. 452, Issued the 2nd., day of
onville spent Tuesday night Hoppe's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. I Starke, boy, January 2. W H. Edwards was a business September' A. !>., 1136, hue filed
sons of Brooker were guests Sat- nine In my office and hall made application -
C. Durden. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon, Law- visitor to Belle Glade the
STRAWBERRY OUTLOOK over
urday of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. for a tax deed to be tanned -
tey, girl, January 10. From all present Indications this : weekend.Mr. thereon. Raid certificate embraces -

., and Mrs. L. A. Brown and Hayes.L. Mrs. Carl Booker of DeLand was Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Bryant section will soon be in one of the and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and In the the following County: described of Bradford property ,

Fred Hazen of Brooker spent A. Rennolds returned to Rich- the guest the first of the week of Starke, January 2. best strawberry seasons we have children of Jacksonville were visitors State Went. of (Florida to-wit:
Half of Southwest
esday afternoon here. mond, Va., Tuesday after spending' her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Thomas, I had in several years. Plants are in here Monday. Northwest Quarter Section Quarterof 2

and Mrs. Elmo Struth, and Miss Starke, girl January 4, good condition and most growersare Townnhlp 7 South, Range 22 Hunt,
several days here with Mrs. Ren- Mrs. L. G. Smith was called to
,
containing 20 Acres, more or l lelOll.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woods Law-
3. T. K. Duncan and children nolds. Kate Struth. through mulching and are now the bedside of her daughterinlawIn The assessment of the said property
Gainesville were guests Sunday tel, girl, January 4. ready for the picking season to' South under the Bald certificate Issued -
Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. M. F. Mr. and Mrs Dave Tanner, Law- Carolina last week. wan In the name. of J B. txintr.Unlemi .
IT. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. start. Several crates are on the mild certificate
Merrill McMillan left Mondayfor F. R. Carradine, who has been ac- shall be redeemed
Melbourne where he will con- Brown, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs.E. tey, girl, December 31. market daily: and are sold to local tive in the Belle Glade bean sec- according I : to law, the property
dem-rlheil
therein I will t be Hold
E. Bryant Jr., of Cocoa was L. Williams and Mrs. T. T. buyers who are paying eight to to the
f. tinue his work with the geodetic tion, returned to his home hero highest bidder at the court
(guest Sunday of his parents, survey. Long spent Tuesday afternoon In Plant City BerriesMore ten cents per pint for good fruit. Friday. house door on the. flrnt Monday In
the month of February 1939 which
and Mrs. W. E. Bryant. Jacksonville.Mrs. than two million pints of Rain is badly needed but plantsare I III the 6th, day of February, 1939.
strawberries have already left holding up well and with con- NOTU'K' Of" "' ''I.N OF. TAXI Dated this 10th day of January,
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. L. 'KHTIKlCATHt' 193n.
Jr. and Mrs. Ed McClenney oftsonville J. Green and daughter, Judy, were James Shepard and Mr. Plant City for the northern mark- tinued warm weather shipmentsin Nntlro IH hereby given that Glailyi (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

were guests Sunday visiting relatives in Lake City and Mrs. D. J. Morriss and baby, ets and growers there are $210- trucks or carlots should begin c. KriwHril request, that has filed the l tax with rerttflcnt mn written I Clerk of Circuit Court of llradford
County, Florida.
(1.13 It 2-3)
,Ir. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Monday. Joan, of Villas arrived Wednesday 000.00 richer than they were threeor together with all nuhnequent omlt-
night for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.C. four weeks P.-T. A."STI 1t SUl'PKRThe : ed or levied taxes h"hl l by the State
ago. ,
be
ailvertlHril
and sold to the hlah.t -
|1'. and Mrs. J. C. Ward of E. J. Wolfe of Orangeburg, S. A. Knight. Plant City is celebrating the local Parent-Teachers Association .... bidder for cash nn provided by NO MORttpTf

|ietta Ga., were guests last C., is the guest of his brotherinlaw opening of its new State Farmers' will serve an oyster supperin Chapter the J.l.rKliIatliro' .18206 of upon the the 11137 following arts of ;

-end of Mr. and Mrs. C. F.td. and sister, Mr. and Mrs W. Miss Evelyn Stump, John Pow- Market which is now the scene of the School Cafeteria Today dpHcrlbed. real estate In th* Oounty QLRRWERSRL/'"
ell and Raymond G. Gomes attended at o'clock. of Hriiclforil. stats of Florida, to-
Mr. and Mrs. Ward were operation for the gigantic straw- (Friday) begtning seven
P. Smith.
wit: SW% of SWJ of NM>4 A HRVi"
Lute to the East Coast to visit the Philadelphia Symphony Or- berry Industry in that section. Oysters will be served as you wishat of SKM of NW!i Sec 1R Tp. 6 S. It.
lives. chestra concert in Jacksonville a reasonable price and all pro- 22 K., Containing 20! Acres. more or
Miss Rosa Mae Rowe will return -
the latter part of this week I Wednesday night. Buys BuildingSale ceeds will be used for the benefitof I IconThe tRXlIM to he 'Hold are evidenced CREDIT CORlPli3P
the P.-T. A.COUNCIL. by rertlttrnte NOB. sac & 307 of 111.
after spending some time in Rome, of the Bank of Starke
Friends of Mrs. O. L. Beasley
Ga., with friends.Mr. building on Call Street to C. H.
I who is ill at the home of her par- MEETING

ents, Mr. and Mrs. A C. Durden, I Nasworthy, proprietor of the Tip At the regular meeting of the
LUflllTRDSSALE I Isui and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe Top Grocery, was announced this
in Tampa will be glad to learn that Council held recently, A. I!. Harley -
of Palatka were week-end guests week by the Brinson-Brown Syndicate -
she is improving. was seated of this Tip Top GroceryCUT
as Mayor
of Mrs. Varnedoe's parents Mr. I Fixtures of the building are

and Mrs W. P. Smith. being removed this week and Mr. -
% Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Langford of!
Nasworthy stated that the build- IT
Belleville, 111., who are visiting: FOR ALL FORMS OF
Mrs. Jack Williams will spend ing will probably be used fo rren- PRICES JAN. 13 AND 14
friends in Lake Butler, were dinner :
11 this week-end in Jacksonville with Ing will probably be used for rent-
guests last Thursday night of I
her brother-in-law and sister Mr. al
purposes. INSURANCEPLEASE
I
-Two fresh fiveyeard Mr. and Mrs. K.: G. Duncan.
and Mrs. Clarence Nassbaum. .-- ----
Seed Potatoes 150 lb.
I
} milk cows. O. J. Anders, I Bag $3.50Seed
Accident Is Fatal
Uey, Fla. 12-23-4t-l-13-pd Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and PHONE 146
Miss Gertrude Heering Miss Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere attendedthe Thinking he had a flat tire,

SALE--New crop seeds, to- Miriam Stubbs, and Mrs Sarah Philadelphia Symphony orches- David W. Morley, 36, resident of
George Geiger, all of Green Cove Keystone Heights, opened his car Peanuts 25 lb. Bushel
toes, peppers peanuts beans, tra presented in the armory In HAROLD WALL $1.25YELLOW
here Tues-
toes also Cole Planters and Springs were shopping Jacksonville Wednesday night door to investigate. He lost his

Jilizer distributors. Field and day. balance and fell Into the street. AgencyAgcy.

try fencing. Stock and poul- Miss Rosa Baisden, Mrs. Sally After remaining unconscious since RIPE 5 POUNDS:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis and Est. Over 50 Years
#R. December 17, he died Sunday Jan-
!
remedies at White's. 12-30-41 York and daughter, Miss Hazel
daughters Misses Ida Lulu and York and Ted and Don Stilley, all uary 1. Funeral services were I

RENT.....: Five room, house Marjorie. Davis,* epent Sunday in of Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. held Wednesday afternoon at Keystone -. -- ------- J BANANAS 15c

ith double garage, just outsidety Jacksonville' 'withMrs, C. E. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and family' under the direction of De-
limits. R. A. Newsom. Itp Davis. Witt C. Jones.
Sunday.Mrs. KEEP
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T. K. McClane and son, T.' Commodities

F-------- NAT SEZ: K. III, Miss Ruth Rowe, and Miss Reviewing the past year, the FRIDAY ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 Heads 15c

Lillian Sternberg spent Monday In State Welfare Board has announced -

The moat down trodden, neglected Gainesville. Mrs. McClane and her that surplus commodities were

and stepped on things in the son, remained for a longer visit distributed in this county during January 27 LARGE CELERY Each 9c

w' world are your feet. Supporting' with relatives. November, according to the last ,

load each day Including Sunday of figures available, to 170 families _----- --- -
+
we 109( to 300 pounds, they have a Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack- or an estimated 714 persons. These an"OPEN IJKLJCIOUS EAT1NOAPPLES: DOZEN

pretty tough time. The only break sonville will spend the weekendhere commodities would total $7,772.40

they get is. an occasional! bath. An with her parents, Mr. and annually on the same basis of dis- DATE"For 23c

animal Is usually put out of hlamistry Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, and will at- tribution.

by shooting. Hut no one tend the Shands Dell wedding In .
would want to do that to Ma, own The TANGERINES: OH SWEET JUICY DOZEN
night
Gainesville Saturday Free Text Books
feet. The next test thing lit R
Around 14,000 free text books I
pair of correctly fitted shoes. Harold C. Wall of:
Mr. and Mrs.
are being used by the 2,540 child-
That's where I come ln.Men Tallahassee will spend the week- ren enrolled In Bradford County ORANGES 5c

end here with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. schools, it was annouced this week BirthdayBall

Wall. While here they will attend the
by State Department of Education -
the Shands Dell wedding in State
Colin
Superintendent

AYE Gainesville Saturday night.Dr. English has announced a call Best \White Bacon lb. 121

for bids on more than 200,000 vol- I ,
and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and umes of new books as an initial

son, Cliff, and daughter Miss in
step keeping classroom activates -
You Can't Beat Gloria Johns and Tommy Ritch, in touch with the times.
JEWEL\ LARD lb.
1N'Iot all of Jacksonville were guests I Dancing Starts lOc
these Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I
only are snappy p Firemen Get PayStarke's
d Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. PEARL CORN FItESIl WATER GD
oxfords "tops" when it fire department drew


actually comes to give looks you a but written we Miss Frances to Georgia Opperman State Collegefor has returned !a ber total, the payroll largest of for$80 a for long Decem-, long at 9:30 GRITS, 5 Lbs.l lOc MEAL, 5 Lbs. 8eSWU'T

/ time. Average pay per fireman With Music By
Women in Midevllle, Ga.,
guarantee of their quality. here was $8. Members of tie department GEM NUT LInDY'S FANCY

You,f ust can't get better with after her spending uncle and the aunt holidays, Mr. and get $2 per fire and $2 per ERNEST KATZ OLEO Lb. 12
practice once a month. % MILK 3 taU 17cDIXIF
shoes for the money Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and family. ,

-

$2.25 Mr. and Mrs Lewis Hardee and CARD OF THANKS and His ; CRYSTAL NO. Z SIZE CAN

Lewis, of South Port, N. C.,
son We wish to thank all our friends,
were guests last week-end of Mr. SUGAR 5 Ibs. 25e TOMATOES GcIY
colored and white, for their expressions -
r Hardee's uncle and aunt, Mr. and ,
of sympathy in the
and up p Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. UofFSeminoles
t death of our son, Leroy.
aF Hardee enroute to Loulsana.
Qq Q were Edmund and Ollle Mae Adams.
,
e sy tt Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Mr. and I RICE: Sibs..15c

Booed Paper parerfGir r Mrs. J. W. Jackson, all of Bacon-

ton. Ga., arrived Thursday to *

0o fps ode spend the remainder of the week ,B&

with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter R COUNTRY KIST COU.IL SEA IIALF SLICESSUCARPEAS

og doe Corr and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. BEGINNING AT 8 O'CLOCKA

ark e Defers KKALLV: "DIFFERENT"I'ROGHAM PINEAPPLENo.
Mrs. T. J. Griffin is spendingthis


de I guest week of her In son-in-law Jacksonville and daughter as the- J PRESENTED! WILL UK ((3)) 303 cans 25c 21size 15c

Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza. ,

She was accompanied to Jackson-

ville Tuesday by Mrs. Carrie Ritch FOR MEN Freshly Ground Coffee Red 15c

ESE r rto and Mrs. A. E. McKinney. r i I' I Top


Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollraan pNLY !


SHo sIT from and daughter Sebring Tuesday Betty Jane night, arrived for a Come Drmoml! aa Adolf Hitler Freshly Ground Coffee Gold Top 18c

visit with Mrs. Nollman's mother,

Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. Betty Jane TIME SAVERS and Win" a Cash Frlze. Five

was one of a dozen young artistsof MONEY SAVERS Bit Impersonations' Will be Selected Vacuum Packed Tip Top Coffee 20c
PAYS; TO BUY AT Florida who were chosen for an
Business Needs Them
audition Tuesday before Madam Every by "Boon" from the

Louise Homer, famous opera star, BUY FROMBradford ; Audience.
and her composer husband, Sidney BALLARD'S: BALLOON GUARANTEED

llll R9 Homer at their home in St. Aug

ustine. Miss Nollman left Wed- County WOMAN'S CLUBAUDITORIUM t

nesday to resume her studies at Telegraph] Flour 12 Pounds 25c.U'

Southern college, while her par-

ents will remain for a longer visit ST.IRKE. FLORIDA

here.
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DR. WATSON TELLS RISING r '


. FARMERS SECTIONNOTES HOW TO FIGHT BERRY PESTSJust l\lrHi.Mrs II.Luther II. Lewis Han",, Correspondent ell of Booker I LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA


OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS
R. M. Crosby Thursday.
as every rose has a thorn, likewise every fruit and
vegetable has its enemies, and thestrawberry, BradfordCounty's Mrs. E. :J. Lewis recently returned I .......,j

y RURAL Tfintf forth chief money crop, is no exception to the rule. Mrs. from visiting her daughter, I DA VI CHICKEN-HEARTED. OLDEST BAPTIST CIltR."q: '
Grover Moore of Ft. Myers, -Chickens are emotional KEY WEST. :
rI I COMMON SENSEBy Household Dr. J. R. Watson entomologist at the Florida Experiment and son, W. E. Lewis of Plant creatures, Carl Rabenau said in Florida. olden
Station in Gainesville is the author Baptist Church celebrated
of an article appearing a letter asking the Miami opera- Ita 961J1

SPUDS JOHNSONA HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES recently in The Florida Grower on the subject of "Control of City.Mrs.. Elam Glisson and daughter tors of a blimp not to fly over his anniversary recently. The ftet, .

Strawberry Insects." This article, which the Telegraph will Opal, and Mrs. Dewey GUs farm. "After you flew over the Yaceny Shebane arranged Tieciq ..

WISE FARMER FOSTERS LAND TASTY CITRUS RECIPESBy reproduce here should be studied carefully by every Bradford son and daughter, Martha, of last time," he said, "I found five exercises to commemorate the

TREES FOR SAVING INCOMEA Isabelle S Thursby EconomistFlorida's County strawberry grower. Dr. Watson writes as follows: Lake Geneva visited Mr. and Mrs. of my white Leghorns scared ganization Dec. 20, 1842 on
AND FOR FUTURE Extension Food to death." of tilt
Strawberries are attackedby H. H. Lewis Friday.
deaux. The bordeaux itself is a First Baptist Church of Key ww
now
citrus groves are quite a number of pests. Mr. and .
Mrs. W.
In the number C. Conner
marked Increase the biggest and finest repellent to these beetles and is Since the Southern Baptist
of pine seedlings set out by crop producing In history and Florida women Among the most destructiveare useful in checking any fungus that made a business trip to Macclenny BIG ONES GET AWAY ference had not been Coj.

farmers during the past few should not overlook using this fine, three species of pameras. may be present. It is necessary to Friday. MIAMI. While riding acrossa at that time, the Key West organize
months over slmiliar periods in cheap fruit in making dishes that These are bugs belonging to do a thorough Job of spraying for Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and bridge south of here Mr. and was admitted to the north Churn.II,

past years bodies well for the future for variety, deliciousness, and the chinch bug family. Theyare the beetles as they are cunning lit sons, Reed and Mead, H. H. Lewis Mrs .Cliff Warner saw several live ington, Conn., association but Stoo. 'f

of the forest phase of Florida 'nourishment are wholly unsurpassed. somewhat larger tle pests, and if the entire plant Is and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were the dinner fish lying in the sun by the rail membership was cancelled it, \

agriculture. There are scores of ways of than the chinch bug but not covered they will quickly congregate guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elam ing. Mrs. Warner, puzzled over:. the church declined to who I\

Instead of looking on the trees using citrus for food dishes, but have the same "buggy" on the unsprayed portionand Lewis) at Boat drain Sunday. how they got there threw them' member who owned slaves.expel i,J

on their farms as "Just woods", we can give only a few. Try these: smell and their habits destroy it. file arsenicals cannot Mr .and Mrs. W. C. Conner,, overboard and watched them swim first baptism was held on the Tb
farmers are now considering their Orange Dessert Cake are much like those of be used when the strawberries Misses Irene and Varlee Lewis and away. And then, she said, she no- on Christmas Sunday, bland -::

woodlands with a much keener interest Requirements: 1 1-2 cups sugar, the chinch bug. These start to bear. If the flea beetle Is Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited Mr. and ticed a fisherman beside the when ten residents were Immenei j80 ,

and are paying more attention 1 cup sour milk, 2 eggs-beaten pameras vary from 1-8 to 1-4 inch troublesome at that time one will Mrs. Bishop Thomas at LaCrosse i bridge, Intent on another nibble. Many of their descendants ). i

to their management propagation lightly, 1-4 teaspoon salt 1 medi in length. The adult is dark brownor have to depend on the pyrethrum Sunday. I live here. stili ,i.

and conservation. They um-sized orange, 1-2 cup butter 1 black some with lighter mark compounds mentioned above al- Jesse Goodman and George Nel 1
that trees are a fine the milk their The though they are not as effectiveas SEEKS COMPROMISE
are learning teaspoon soda dissolved in ings on wings. youngare son spent Sunday In Jacksonville. 1'i
source of Income, that trees will 2 cups flour, and 1 cup raisins.Do yellowish brown and look a the arsenicals. Certain weedsof ORLANDO. The town of McCALL PLEA DENIED
conserve their land and that the ( not use artificially colored good deal like common red ants the purge family, also the Groveland seeks to compromiseIts TALLAHASSEE Franklj
federal government Is willing indeed colored fruit.) except that they are quicker in evening primrose, common hosts of FLA. STATE FARMEnza debt at 50 Dee cent of its face Pierce McCall, confessed kidnap]' 0I

I to cooperate with them in Directions: Grate orange slightly. their movements. These are suck the flea beetles, should be kept Weaver CorrespondentMiss value. Improvement bonds amounting slayer of little James Bailey Cut] (

their farm forest work. Cut and squeeze out Juice, but ing insects so a heavily attacked out of the strawberry patch and to $240,000 with six percent Jr., apparently lost his fight fQ' I 'i'iI

They have come to realize that not all as it might make cake too plant will wilt ia the middle of a destroyed around the neighborhood. Louise Drew and Bryan accrued interest unpaid since life this week when the State Sup I I

seedlings planted now will not on- moist. Add 1-2 cup of sugar to hot day and finally die. If one Drew spent the week-end in Jacksonville July 1. 1930 were among the obligations reme Court denied his appeal ffot

ly conserve their land-particular Juice and let stand. Cut out central scratches around the base of such If the strawberry plants lose with relatives. listed! in the petition. Officials the death sentence and unanlmouj

ly land that might tend toward the core and grind balance, rind Infested plant he will see the adult their bright green luster, turn Mrs. B. C. Prince and Mary Sally who seek relief under provisions ly voted that there were no extra!

submarginal. but they will grow and pulp, with raisins, using medium and the young. They ordinarily grayish and seem to be dying, the Prince spent Friday in Jack of the federal municipal uating circumstances to emit.

into fine trees that will bring thema blade of food chopper. Cream scatter quickly In all directions as outer leaves quickly withering and sonville. bankruptcy act, said more than 51 him to mercy. McCall based hh

tidy income In the years to come. shortening and sugar together.Add soon as the plant is disturbed. dying, berries remaining hard, !Mrs. Leola Roberts was the per cent of the town's creditors appeal on the grounds that he nJ

From county agents in many beaten eggs and well sifted Pameras are apt to get abundantin turning brown and dry, and failing week-end guest of Mrs. Roy Rob- had approved the plan. celved the death sentence without

sections of the state, from the flour with other dry ingredients alternately dry. warm weather, and if not to develop, your plants have benefit of a Jury trial. Supreme]
farm forester with the State Ag- with liquid. Add orange controlled are capable of doing probably been attacked by red erts.Friends Court Justices held, however, thu
ricultural Extension Service, and and raisin mixture last. Pour Into severe damage. The control measures spiders. These can be seen with will regret to learn of F. S. W. C. 3RD LARGEST there was no violation of const!

from workers of the State Forest 8x8x2 pan and bake until well for all three species is spraying the naked eye, mostly on the under the illness of Edwin Malone. TALLAHASSEE. The rank tutional rights since Florida In\!

and Park Service come reports done or about 45 minutes. While with one of the pyrethrum side of the leaves. They are Mrs. C. V. Royster of Tallahassee of third largest state woman's college allows a defendant to waive Jury

t that Florida farmers are rapidly still hot, cover with orange juice compounds. Nicotine does not ordinarily not always a bright red color but is visiting friends here. in the United States now belongs trial and submit his case direct!)

waking up to the Importance of and sugar mixture and let standin give a good kill, especiallyif may be yellowish or even green- to Florida State College for to the judge which McCall did

trees on their farms. pan until Juice is absorbed. the weather is a little cool. In ish. They usually have a reddish Mrs Rosa Constantine of The- Women with approximately 1,766 The kidnaper took the 5-year-oid

I Besides the benefits they will Directions: Cream 3-4 cup short order to kill these Insects with tinge. Like most members of the ressa has had as recent guestsMr. students according to a survey Cash child from his parent's hoot

I derive from the conservation and ening and 2 cups sugar and blendIn pyrethrum compounds they must spider family these can be controlled and Mrs. Cleo Frank and Mr. made recently by Dr. Raymond at Princeton, south of Miami, larj

) improvment of their land and the 1 1.2 teaspoons grated orange be wet with the spray, since they with sulphur. All that is and Mrs. Louis Neal of St. Peters- Walters, president of the Univer- May. The child, was killed whet

t income their woodlots will bring rind and 2 egg yolks, well beaten. are usually well protected under necessary is to dust sulphur on the burg.Mrs. sity of Cincinnati. Largest of the a handkerchief was used to prevent

them in the future, farmers who Sift together 3 cups flour (sifted leaves and in the bud of the plant. plants in the middle of a good hot Perry N. Howe of Tuscola state woman's colleges is Texas an outcry.

plant seedlings as a part of their once), 4 1.2 teaspoons baking The best plan is for two men to day. Sulphur will not hurt the Ill., is visiting her cousins, Miss State College for Women with 2- .

work in connection with the agricultural / powder, and 1-2 teaspoon salt. To work together, one gathering up plants, has no taste or odor, and Florence Wood and Charles and 689 students; second is the Wom- The distance from Pensacola I b

conservation program will First mixture add alternately 1-2 the leaves of the plant In his hand therefore can be used at any timeIn Fred Carlton. Mrs. Howe will an's College of the University of Key West by rail Is almost equi

i 1i'' receive government payment for cup orange Juice and 3-4 cup water. and the other quickly spraying the liberal amounts.As leave Saturday for Tampa where I North Carolina with 2,041 students to that from New York to Chicago

doiny so.With Beat together enough to make bat soil around the plant and the plant the weather gets dry and she will spend the remainder of ; fourth Is Winthrop College

the march of the paper In- ter smooth. Blend 1.2 cup moist itself." The man holding the leaves hot, thrips will become abundant the winter. with 1,630 students; and fifth is I (NEW CUSTOMERS:: FLORIDA "

dustry Into the Southland and shredded coconut and 4 stiffly- then drops them and the sprayer in the bloom. These tiny insects Georgia State College for Women, POWER *. LIGHT CUtLet
Florida, there were some who fear beaten egg whites into mixture. directs the spray into the center of BROOKER with 1, 495 students. a lorI Hum who .....t...
Pour into three 9-inch greased and the plant. These pyrethrum compounds about 1-25 of an inch In lengthare I You la obtaining Eleetrle.er-
ed that the forest lands of this and
Miss Vera Tlce de IIou. .
Galney, Cor. roar Wlrtna.Re..o..I.
and light yellow in color and
other states were going to suffer floured cake pans. Bake in mod are non-poisonous are .. DependableBerrlc .
leave no odor taste, therefore often responsible for putting a .
erate or
heavily, too heavily from the axe, oven ((350 degrees F.) about pre Sewing Club TOWNSEND COMING
30 minutes. can be used when the plants are in mature end to the shipping season. TAMPA. Battle plans for the O. J. PHILLIPS. Lawt r
but the in which agriculturaland The
way Club
Sewing held its regular ,
When abundant will --
they are
forestry leaders and farmers Grapefruit Shortcake bearing. they passage of old-age benefit legisla-
meeting at the home of the
Often the of strawberrieswill entirely destroy the bloom if less
,
have come forward with a sound Requirements: 4 grapefruit 2 grower president, Mrs. Anna tion during the forthcoming session
note that the leaves of the abundant destroy only one side of Barfleld Beware
of Coughsfrom
6 Congress be
flour. shortening
and beneficial program of keeping cups tablespoons Tuesday afternoon may perfectedin
January 4.
plants are being eaten full of small the young berry, which will makea
ou frortess 3 tablespoons baking powder The business Florida this month when Dr. F.
holes. He probably will find that deformed, unsaleable fruit. Or meeting was conducted colds
and 1-2 teaspoon salt milk or water, i E. Townsend patriarch of the common .
axe even increasing them has during which officers
the cause of the trouble to be they may cause the entire fruit to i were
somewhat dispelled these fears. It sugar. Sauce requirements: 1 cup small black beetles. When disturbed turn brown and hard and fail to elected for the coming year as fol- Townsend Plan, visits the state as That Hang On!
is hoped that this program will grapefruit Juice,, 1 cup Juice, 2 lows: President Mrs. Barfield the guest of Burton H. Schoepf
{ they quickly Jump and fly ripen. Thrips can be killed with ;;
butter 1
tablespoons
t tablespoonflour president of Tamlami Trail Tours
,
grow even stronger in the future away. Because of this habit of nicotine. This can be put on as a.. Vice-President, Mrs. G. E. Mc- No matter how many medicinal
c= and that our forests will never 1 cup sugar, 1-2 teaspoon Jumping they are called flea be espray with some spreader like bordeaux Gauley; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs Incorporated. Dr. Townsend is you have tried for your common|
vanilla extract. coming to Florida chiefly for a cough, chest cold, or bronchial
suffer
from exploitation as forests tles. On plants which have not soap, or calcium caslnat Lois Long. It was decided that tatlon you may get relief now with I
in other sections of the nation Directions: Peel grapefruit and come into bearing, the flea beetlescan or can be put on 'as a dust; finely this club would be called "The brief period of rest prior to the Creomulslon. Serious trouble mays
have suffered. separate sections carefully to avoid be controlled by spraying with ground tobacco dust. Thrips and Ladies Aid Society" and plans strenuous Congressional session at be brewing and you cannot afford!8
4 getting in rag, holding fruit which old-age benefits, as an integral to take a chance with any remedy I
He is a wise farmer who plants lead arsenate. one pound to fifty red spiders often appear at about were made for the work to be less potent than Creomulslon which! "
over bowl to save juice, part of the national social
P trees and fosters their growth and sprinkle gallons of water. It Is necessaryto the same time of the year as they carried out. goes right to the and !
with sugar and set aside until security set-up, will be a major Is- toasooothf
and aids nature heal I
v development. put something into the waterto both multiply rapidly during hot, At this time the Vice-President e
cake Is made. Mix and sift flour, sue. During the doctor's visit at the inflamed mucous membranes
make the insectlde spread over dry weather. Therefore, an excel- presented Mrs. Barfield
with a and to loosen
salt, and winter and expel germ
baking powder togetherand a home, placed at his disposal
Cardboard, large sheets blotting work in Mix the leaves. For this purpose milkof lent dust to apply at that time of beatuiful bedspread as a gift from laden phlegm.Even I
paper, manuscript covers, and other shortening. into lime can be used but the best the year is a mixture of half sulphur the "Society. Presents were also by Schoepf, the distinguished If other remedies have failed
soft dough with milk or water and commander of the Townsendite don't be
office supplies at the Bradford plan is to put the pound of lead and half finely ground to- presented to Mrs. L. L. Parker discouraged try Creomul Islon.
divide into two Your te I
equal parts. Flatten army is expected to confer with druggist is authorized :
County Telegraph. out one piece in pan brush arsenate into fifty gallons of bor. bacco. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis whose birth- state and national leaders. Upon refund your money if you are noil
days were observed at this time. thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
with melted butter, and place other these
TRAIN SCHEDULE conferences, Florida Town- obtained. Creomulslon is on!I
Schedule of trains arriving here flat portion on top. When nicely ALACIIUA WOMAN CANS PEANUT HULL PRODUCT Later delicious refreshments of sendites believe will hinge the word,ask for it plainly see that till,I
browned remove to platter, butter VEGETABLES. FRUITS SURPASSES PEAT MOSS fruit salad, hot coffee and cookies type of strategy the name on the bottle is CreomulstoB
employed
dally. Subject to change without crusts generously, and put FOK SPLENDID KECORD FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS were served by the hostess. by and you'll get the genuine product i
benefit
notice. The next old-age proponents. | and the relief you want. (Adv) 1
thick layer of grapefruit on under meeting will be held at
Southbound-Due Starke crust. Add another crust and an Gainesville, Fla.-When It comes Gainesville, Fla.Peanut hull the home of Mrs. B. F. Hazen,
No. 1-Local_______ 11.25p.m. bran a Southern product, can be
tl other layer of frutt. Cover all with to canning farm products for future Tuesday, January 17.
No. 191-Through____ 10.29p.m. used effectively mixed with sand BOREE FUNERAL HOME
No. 107-Through____ 8.37 a. m. sauce and serve at once. use, and even some for sale, in rooting cuttings or ornamental A large crowd enjoyed the ,
To make the sauce, strain juiceof weiner roast the Full line of Caskets & Undertakers
at home of Mr. Supplies
Northbound-Due Starke Mrs. Fred L. Beutke of Alachua plants, It has been found by JohnV.
No. 2-Local_______ 5.28 a. m. grapefruit into saucepan. Boil County ranks near the top In the Watkins, assistant horticulturist and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Tuesday AMBULANCE SERVICE
and then add well mixed DAY AND NIGHT
sugar and night of last week.
No. 108-Through._.._ 5.41
,l p. m. flour and cook until thick. Remove state, and is one of three home with the University of Florida OS -5S
Starke and Bell Brunch It Is even more satisfactory and Roy Green of Gainesville spent G. H. BENNETT Mgr \
from fire add
butter
and vanilla.COLDS demonstration club members
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. re much cheaper than imported peat Sunday here with hla family. "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" ,

i { I No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. ..11.... cently selected for special canning moss. Watkins says other Southern We are glad to report that Mrs.

(Dally except Sunday's) honors by the State Home Demon. institutions have reported Ethel Hough, who has been very ,

T J. GRIFFIN, Agent. 666 tint dar stration Department. :.1TS. Beutke, favorably peanut hulls as mulch 111. is now improving. 1

Headachesand as they would say of a business material and as a water-holding Miss Juanita McKenzie spent ., \
Fever man. came up from the ranks hav- agent for seed beds. last week-end with friends in High SPECIALYOUR '1"
BUSINESSDIRECTORY LlqoJd Tablet la 80 lnBtea ing taken training in gardeningan Iri his experiments Watkins mix- Springs. 1
SnlTf No.
Urop due to Cold..
dcannig while she was a 4-H ed peanut hull bran and sharp Misses Bonnie
Mott Juanita McCauley j

.I Liniment club girl. This is her third year white sand in equal parts by vol- and Ethel Mott were in CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c I
Try "Kub-My-Ttsm"-A Wonderful of canning"in the home demonstration ume and produced a rooting med Starke I
club directed by Mrs. Grace lum friable, open and loose in tex Sunday afternoon. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO f .'.

F. Warren home agent. I ture. It has been observed to be The Brooker School faculty !
at least members attended the County PAYSmith's
In 1938 she had from five to 12 reasonably free of weeds i
G I seeds, toxic Teachers Meeting In Starke Fri- .,
TNT substances
I The drink different vegetables from her garden and damp- day afternoon.
ing-off
fresh each month, but she canned organisms. Watkins rec
t that oLtla.na large quantities also. Her record ommends that new rooting materials Malcolm Lewis df Gainesville Garage-

shows that she used $118.90 be used each time, and that spent Sunday here with his parents c
r I everybodyknows Aarwwf5T worth of fresh vegetables and 29. the cutting bench be drenched witha Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. t

55 worth of fresh fruits, and bad good soil sterilizing agent after R. C. Keen and Rudolph Chism .

r 200.74( worth of canned productsin the old materials are removed. of Gum Branch were visiting here
+ 1A N pp Wiatklns treated Sunday.
UAIF her pantry. She cans fruits, each cutting
5ftnOT. vegetables, meats, relishes, and with Indolebutyric acid, which materially 4 .
other food delicacies for her family speeds the rooting process. VANDERBILT 1fa&and

Her profit on the operations He found thtt all plants tried root- alias Velma Norman
Cor.
COCA C0 'DITIONEO ed as well in
COLA was $22.24.Mrs. peanut hull bran as
--
CO. Beutke says she and her I. rooted peat moss, and several of them Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddishand lies i n

husband make plantings of all considerably better in the family were e
WE ARE sea new medium. visiting near Wal- eat ist
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS sonal vegetables and of many they do Sunday. *r t

make sucession pantings to have ) RUN :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manning and
Fresh tender vegetables coming on iirs. Levy Norman were business !d
CARPENTER'SThe week after week. The vegetablesare )lrs, W. A. Tyler, Cor. visitors to Starke last Tuesday :tocr./cI ,

fertilized well with morning. c
poultry and I
.
Rexall .,.. -
Store We
barnyard t manure. are glad to welcome Mr. and Miss Irene h
Sapp was the weekend What
could
Mrs. L. P. Jarvts more
She and her and children, guest of Mrs.
SEE neighbors often Maggie Wainwright .
ME BEFORE YOU WIRE June and .
!
Maurice: into
our section ask for
trade products for canning uses at Hellbronn Springs. you ?

Estimates Cheerfully and commercial potato growers I irom. Pahokee.They recently moved here Kirby Crews and H. L. Norman 010 Conthld4 Pho1eetian pJ4 I

Given EVERY COMFORT furnish her a good supply of white were in Jacksonville on business r-- .
: Mrs. Winton ....A GULF
Sumner LIPBREPnEBNTATIVB
Miss
Edna last give
youL
potatoes which
are not suitable for Thursday
E. al
A. 50..ad.ra.
WINKLERRadio ftrapraol hotel d a. Tyler, and Mrs. Loca
*eart el downtown lackMMUIe. Emr I the market. of Bell Sumner Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp and Jm....rtment to CrmuYour&W<*|

and Electric Service I rude reow,.with tub and shower, wil watat Mrs. Beutke uses the steam, pres- U Saxton were visiting Mrs. G. family were shopping in Starke FOR YOUR COMPLETE 2. Lift Insurance Protection.

V... and Every reading bed with lama.bwenp.lnV art ,sure cooker and a ga.nline stove Bryant Kersey and Mrs. Randolph Saturday afternoon.Mr. PROTECTION PROGRAM 9. Family Income for Depen4C
wolf Bvubia lee thus Sunday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs 4. Retirement Income for Youff fHW0
PLUMBING OB emrv BoobPOPULAR saving considerable time and and Mrs. Levy Norman and N.t..co.
Prompt Service at PRICED labor and working in more comfort children Elige Coleman and family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Reasonable Prices COCKTAIL LOUNGE and COfTKK SHOPO'ti.r particularly in hot weather. Hllla. spent Sunday In the Sand A. A. Edwards of Brooker Sun I
.
Let Me Estimate Your Job NOTIL PAtfll a e. eooMO MM.I. She is a firm believer in saving Nelson Moore day afternoon.Mrs. <
f of
r, C. M. RITCH c .s._.... HOIl. 10 and utilizing the surplus produceof Springs spent Saturday Hellbronn with Mr. D. N. Denmark of Jacksonville .

r all kinds on the farm. and Mrs. Cornellous spent Sunday night with her iilisii tiii n
Moore. sister, Mrs. Russel Norman. a a i




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I IEs WIT /UE couldn't Suppose him straightening to his mom.him" up she I : : : :

Dad. really In dretful shape." I itrt t

She the Judge recovered :

W< ;- \ j ly the of speech "Andrew!" lie !' [
'IAR""S
.; trying t "What hap pen e j

I guish. you been ? Are ;you

ADA1T1Dfa0MTME METaO/t"o/Dwya; 'MAYER,tC'Uk'.Jff he spoke. I j ,

I'm swell I I
RAINES ,
HALSEY
.. :. ways so Andy replied with a BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EI'ISCOlt.\L CIIItiSTIAN
I Rev. L.. A. Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerkes. Jr. lurt Church School
Ett'hat has happened so far: itaire. Emily smiled warmly as Emily Pastor Pastor Rev 1>1'. Rice and Rector Lemmie Oarrett
A. J. Thomas, Supt. Itev. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt, Sunday Morning
E. K. Perrymon,
smile It ever occur to
Say Hardy, trying to "show off"Etna Dora corrected her play."I you Sunday School Con Superintendent Organist Mlss Ella J. Saa.e Sunday School I

Bar-X ranch for the bcne- don't see how you stand playing "Sorry of anyone else's Sunday School of Church SoftoolChurch 1\(1'.' E, AL Davis Orcant1t 100'clook

Lf Foreman italY Holt's little with me," she said "I'm, so Hardy demanded. "Do Morning 9:45: A.Service A[. 10 A. School M. Church School Supt! Mrs. Ja.m.Service.. Carlyle Worship 11 O'clock Service

Lh er, Jake, breaks the leg of awful. Why, what's wrong?" she ways so your mother's been It A. M. Morning Worship Roy Malhewe Sunday School Sunday Even1DIf ,
you ? Were you Baptist Tralnln.S..rvlce, 11 A. At.Rvenlnff Church School 10 AM' Service, 1:80 P. W.
[ favorite horse, Calico. 0-- asked, suddenly noticing how pale "Then .
e's Union, B.-.10 M. Worship 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed-
att'ly borrowing a few dollars DC ra was. as we've Were you such a Evening Service, Service, 1:30 P. M. Morning Worship lIornlncl1 A. M. ne.day evening 1:31
his father, Andy mysterious.disappears. Mrs Northcote shook her head. through. stay and face 7SO: P. M. Young People' 11 A. !of. Friday.-1:80: p M.

n, Judge Hardy, whenht "You're worried about that of you've done ? Andrew, Wednesday Prayer Meeting 1:30: PAL League 6:30 Meetings!' M. Holy Day.lO A. M,

| comes without Andy's return, water right business" Emily said "He's of you ?" Pianist Prayer ife'tln.-: l\UN, ALLILYCE
Mrn. Mona
Ins to be concerned), "James will find a way out no vently. ain't so!" Jake said Choir Director Canova Wednesday, 7:30 KM. !\IISSIO. IIALL GOSPEL T.UJ. President
Mrs. F. I{. Long, The Rev. Frank
npyrlght 1938 by Loew's Inc. matter how Impossible the thing "It was all my fault John Chairman II. Powell Organist and Choir Sponaon: Flpon.ored by Robinson

looks, suddenly his mind clicks and the plumb loco about Board of Deacon. Director l\r and Mn. lit 1', and )(ra. Vice President
CHAPTER NINE there's the solution." to agree. kind wandered out on J. P. Klckllter Mrs. B. J':. Ferryman, J. T. Qulllle J. TQuigley The Rev. Leslie

"Of course," Dora agreed quiet "It's Say, I woulda got et up Board Chairman of Trustees T.Assistant T. Long organist Assistant. Bible StudY, each each EvaIHr..llo.tl4 Friday evening Service I Secretary-Treaeur"Shepherd

fight had fallen but the Judge, ly. I whisper. and plzened by L. O. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 1:3C 1:30: o'clock The Rev Fred Y.rkes

|I wearing riding clothes, paced There was no real concern in I pie if Andy hadn't followed

rledly up and down In front of Emily's face as she glanced to- up. But me back. SCOUT SERVICEIS MISSION HALL ANDTAIIEKNACLK
NEW MEMBERS
living room radio. The set was ward the window. : I Andy's a real tough :

Ld In to a news broadcast. "Awfully dark outdoors Isn't It? boy a hero!" IMPESSIVEAn ARE HONORED AT

I "Severe storms with cloud- I suppose I'm just a tenderfootat Far Judge and Ray listened The discussion Tuesday: night
BAPTIST CHURCHAn
tats threatened, he heard heart, but with Andy out at Andy Andy, over his unusually large congregation centered around the thought,

s footsteps approached, he hur- night I keep thinking of snakes." stumbled at her words, pulled worshiped in the First Methodist "Dodging the Invisible." The only

|lly shut off the radio and She smiled. "But he's with Ray, For Church on last Sunday morning realities\ are those which are in unusually genuine response

ng around hopefully. It was and Ray is so dependable." and now the idea of making when the Rev Frank Robinson, visible. "The things which are seen greeted the Services) In the Baptist

-ra. The Judge's face fell. I Dora started tensely as the sound lost. of lies about me?" he pastor, used as a subject for discussion are temporal; but the things whichare Church last Sunday, when the
.
|Oh I was hoping It was of hoof beats was heard. Emily angrily of Jake He "Remembering to Forget." unseen are eternal," so nays Pastor spoke on "The Supreme

I began. I giggled. to his father "It During the service the Choir most Paul. We are prone to magnifythe "

That's not very compllmen- "There they are maybe Jamesis the boy Pop, I was the one beautifully sang Stebbin's anthem material things and minimizethe Object of Praying. Using as his

y," chuckled Dora with them. I'd better hurry; And and I'd be there yet 'Pass Along Your Blessings," accompanied spi'ltuul.Yhen we come face text the words of Jesus, "How-

fhe Judge slowly turned toward I've got a surprise for him." She stood come and got me." by Mrs F. II. Long at to face with spiritual truths we Much More Shall Your Heavenly

window excused herself and went to her A of pride came to the Organ. The Sunday evening dodge rather than deal with them Father Give the Holy Spirit to

s i a matter cf fact, I was hop- room. Dora met the Judge as hewearily distorted eyes, pride at his service was a Boy Scout Night at honestly. The tragedy Is that the Them that auk Him?" the :Minister -

ground They all turned as which time members of Troop No supposedly Christian people are declared that the great need inhuman

of a truck outside the 70 and their parents were the special the ones who fear to be spiritual.

yy '.' iNtU. to their ears, guests of the Church. During To follow the teachings and life life to-day la people who

insistent honking of a this service the Boy Scouts under of Christ to their logical conclusion ate, or have, distinctively ChristIan -

I .'ta wheeled, out of the cottage: heir own officers conducted a would cause one to lose his personalities On the assumption

at his truck, a short but most impressive rededication social standing. The world will that the supreme human achievement -

was driven by a cowboy. A service. It was during this not brook a consecrated Christian; Is the possession of

i q there, Ray and Jake recognized service that these boys rededicated but heaps ridicule and scorn upon Christian personality, the speaker

P s -- + weeping. Hodge stepped out and themselves anew to Faith In God, him as a sort of escape mechanism explained how such achievementmay
-vM Then himself to Andy. portrayed by let Class Scout from the Intolerable convicting be the teal experience of the

shadow we are, kid!" he Leonard Smith; Faith In Man, portrayed power of a Chrlstlike life. person who sincerely asks it of the

1r 1 Speed, the horse with by 2nd Class Scout Sonny So many so-called liberals In the bather. The evening Service:! wall
climaxed with beautiful Baptismal
leg ? Haynes; Faith in Liberty, portrayed religious world are really narrow- a
service, In which Miss I Shirley:,
In her the barn! Andy by 2nd Class Scout KIbcrt Erie minded when they arc sounded
Morgan, Leaton Morgan, Herbert
large Thornton; and Faith In America, down. To ignore the validity of

ed It on go, then," said the' portrayed by 1st Class Scout Mike Scriptural truth and ,'tlt aside\< In Anderson, and Guy Anderson

"Andy! here soon as I could Dew, The Senior Patrol Leader, favor of the vagaries of modern were baptised.

promised." 1st Class Scout Enos Hayes, was "Science" is really to dodge the In
; foot!" ( truck started off In charge of signals, and the Junior visible. An event of outstanding slgniIcanco -

At the the Judge turned Assistant Scoutmaster, Life was the reception for new
Moses blessed because he"endured
was held the An-
Church Members, In
boy Scout Frank Robinson, III was the an seeing Him who Is In-
"Jake! Is all this, Andrew ?" nex of the First Baptist Church
narrator. The service closed ""
was
"For your den at home, visible. "We walk by faith and last Wednesday night. Conductedin
where I went, Andy
by the Scouts and the congregation not by sight" The scripture Is full
she said "You wearily "To get connection with the quarterly
standing and singing America,
of of
promise blessing to those
maverick! I read about him in a Business meeting of the Church
after which the benediction
was who believe without m-einK. So
fully. He's got a new system the reception provided tin excel
the Scoutmaster
pronounced by should of faith
we turn our
"Gosh! sling' that holds a eyes lent opportunity for older members -
you were Andy," he confess- ascended the steps. and pastor, Mr, Robinson.The toward the Invisible and believe become withthe
to
with acquainted
was trembling
"No sign?" she whispered. see services for next Sunday the word of God about those thingswe
the
members In
his heals. newer friendly
"Nothing. We're going out again said leg will consist of the Church Schoolat
"Ancly1 echoed Dora In sur- cannot see. of social Names
"You Oh! You're a swell setting enjoyment.
the usual morning hour and followed -
fiae. "But I thought he was out soon. cried. TAIIKItNACI-K: of those for whom the receptionwas
"Go and relax for a few minutes by the service of public wor-
the range with Ray Holt. go tried to smile as his The meetings at the Tabernacle held follows: Mr. and Mrs B.
in the study chair, Dora said I ship at 11 o'clock.
["That's what I said at dinner, away, speak."I'm and he fell down you'I last week" were a wonderful Inspiration E. Hatfield, Frances J. Hatfleld.
kindly. "I'll bring you some cof- The evening service will feature
|Judge nodded soberly, "to keepom "I to those who attended. Dr. I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, Alice
fee. congregational singing of familiar
worrying. Truth Is. he's mently. that afternoon the W. R Newell, who spoke for four I June Larding, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez
en missing since after the ac- As the Judge, worried and fatigued Jake Mllly and 'the hymns, special selections on the nights brought Home very great Dorothy and Ralph, Jr; Mr.

lent to Calico. sat down in the study. "Might at the corral, organ played by Mrs. E. K. Perry- ruble messages, timely and vital. : R. L. Crews, Alvin and Rudolph;iSelltu
man, and a short sermon by the
Dora was aghast. "Why, James, Emily tiptoed into the room, a Speed had been rigged up The attendance was unusually Sparks! Alberta WooUura,
A cordial Invitation Is
extended
pastor.
look her face. Be-
mischievous
at do you mean?" on gered Hodge's "French good for all four nights. Georgia Gllpln, Leon Sauls; (Mrs.)
to to come and
hind her she held a small bundle. everyone
from his worshipfully feeding Carrie Edwards, and Bobby; El-
('He's gone, the Judge said con- Stepping in front of him, she cried I worship at any and all of the 8I"r. The assistance of out-of-town
horse carrots.
The
fiulng to pace the room restless- ticular musicians was greatly" appreciated.On nora and Carrie Belle Bennett;
"I'm wondering If he's tryingdo gleefully: "Surprise! this .' for traveling, Tuesday night the pastor and Arch Thomas. Jr.. Freeman Register
The Judge looked up with a sad miserably Losing this place Is
some crazy Impulsive thing: circles I people of the Hampton Baptist Jr., Frank Gilbert lemming-
smile as his wife swirled out an about "
Ing to run away, maybe; not could Imagine! Emily just Church were present. On Wednesday way Irene Goodge, Betty Green
antique Indian blanket. hammock for a horse! A lump rose in his throat and he
and
Bck It out and face the music. nothing a large party from Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. R. H Cox; Mr.
den at home, she '
"For your unable to finish.A .
beamed "It's was
proudly
f"I don't believe Andy would doat coyotes furnished a fine musical program. Alts. C. C Hoppe; Florence Merse-
the wall from the
," Dora replied staunchly. said.Catalina"On swordfish.across" I Calico's leg as good as pall fell over the group and Thursday night our local group reau, Mrs. Harry Houstod, Mrs C.

I"I don't either," the Judge ad- "It's there was a moment of silence. had charge of the program and M. Fowler, Doris Harrison, (Mrs)
he
"Emily, began bravely,
tted. "But the fact remains sweet of you but I'm I'm not "Jim, I guess" the day of miracles Friday night; the choir from the Mary Geiger, Mr. and Mrs. A, A.

|'s disappeared." awfully fond of Indian blankets." has passed, Dora said sadly. Lawtey Baptist Church. The Austin Durden, and Mrs Mattie Morgan

ora was beginning to be alarm- danced. "Oh, Bill shook his head. "We'd better Sisters sung a lovely duet and Shirley and Leaton Morgan; Her
Emily's eyes you "
get going folks, he said loud-
bert and Guy T Anderson
mean because of that picnic ?" Brother Robinson of the Hampton
"On foot?" she asked. Judge Hardy gasped. "What do ,'; ly, trying to ease the tension. Church played his musical saw I -
"He took the burro "It's a pretty long drive to the
Speed. c' INTER RACIALUNDERSTANDING
(Dora sighed with relIef "Then's you mean by 'that picnic'? station." They glanced toward the Next Friday night another Interesting -

all right," she smiled. "Be- "Don't be coy with me, James i : house for Marian, but she was still service will be planned
casually. "It with Bible and special
Hardy, Emily replied the a message
busy on telephone."Oh
|use Speed will insist corn-
upon was the town scandal." ; ,,... {)AS music. TO BE SUBJECT
r home to the feed bag. It's the Swallowing hard, the Judge rose f + yes, Dennis," she was saying .
at thing that burro does." happily. "But did you I --- -

['One of the cowboys said Andy to hU feet. mean you got my letter She riUOISUYTKKIAN: CHURCH A meeting of unusual Interest
"Did did you know about
ked the way to the railroad you.stammered listened for a moment. Then, with The general theme of services and far-reiiching Importance, will
that? he
notion," the Judge said grimly,, n cry of joy: "What! You got at the Presbyterian Church for a be held by the Ministers' Allianceof
laughed girlishly."I'll
Mrs. Hardy
ora frowned. "That's miles I Andy's letter to Polly! Andy's and time will be "The Church In the Starke Monday night, Jan. 16.

m here, and across She hadn't tell noticed you a secret.much before really : min emust have got mixed up. Oh, Book of Acts." Next Sunday's topic In the First Baptist Church of
'
taped, and bit her lip then but when you I heard-well, } 3 ; I didn't write anything special. to be developed by C. C. Adams, Starke, at 7:30: o'clock,

'Bad country," the Judge fined can put It down to my extreme III tell you when we get home. minister In charge, will be "The The theme of this months' meet-
you
youth, darling, but you completely Yes, we're leaving now!" First Apostolic Miracle." Sunday ing, which Is open to the public,

ft Is," Dora said as they started intrigued me. You see, I wantedto "Well, adios, Jake," Andy said School will be held at 10 a. m. and Is "Inter-Racial and International

"the door. "We've got to tell give you the love of an Innocent S with a smile. He held out his Church services at 11. Anyone not Understanding" A program em-

ill.1 girl to reform you." +', hand and she took It, attending other services Is cordially phasizing this theme has been pre-

["He knows. He's given orders; "Reform me!" "Adios, pardner," she "aid. welcome. pared, and will be carried out In

p're going out now with the cow- "When I'd married you, I realized # "Say," Andy said with genuine '-------.-------- several languages other than the

Bys, soon" as they saddle up the that gossip was ridiculous. j curiosity, "as a last favor what CHRISTIAN OIimCH English principle speaker on the

rses. After all, water can't run uphill." was the Idea yesterday, makingme program will be the Reverend
of
will
"Did you tell Emily?" Dora de- The Judge put his arm around out a tough hombre when I The Rev W. T. McGuire Hamilton Went, Episcopal Student

nded. i S wasn't at all?" fill his regular appointments at Chaplain at the University of Flor-
her fondly.
|No. She's upstairs beginning to "Out of the whole scheme of the Jake looked up at him In wide- the Hampton Christian Church ida, in Gainesville. Mr. West, who
|ck. I'm not going to worry her, the strangest +, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and comes strongly recommended by
universe, women are eyed solemnity.
tll I absolutely have to." headed Uncle Bill ? he Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock. the University's Department of In-
creatures ever put In It, he said "It's gotta be that way," she
few minutes later, Bill North- peeler!" to Northcote. ternatlon Relations, will deliver an
I "The men
wisely. said
philosophically.
e, on horseback, was giving dl- said affectionatelY Andy be galloping In no vices of the church. address on "Essential Christian
"James, Emily : folks. They gotta git the credit
|:tlons to the assembled cow "I never believed the gossip, "You him. The women folks gotta stay in the Monday night at 7:30: o'clock a Attitudes In International Under-

ls'. The Judge, too, was mount."Ray" because I took the trouble to find osely. very proud of you: back Even If they know they're most Interesting and constructive standing."
it. Sp(> said gazing fondly at I will be carried out In the
out It wasn't true. And just think better, they gotta make It look program The President of the Alliance
| Bill said, "you and the we've had all these years even maybe you think his like the men folks are." : First Baptist Church under the direction the Rev. Frank Robinson, extendsa :
|ys comb the country towards and Marian and Andrew ." It ?" the Judge added. : of members of the Starke cordial Invitation to the publicto
her. "i ain't so
stared at
anctlonville. I'll go up through I She noticed Instantly that the carried then Ray Holt came Andy I Ministerial Alliance All people attend these Services.KVERGREEN.
said "but
uxton's place. The boys are winced at mention of Andy. of the e asked me to tell you sure you're right he Interested In the advancement of --.
try of those Judge the 'phone," he said what's that got to do with us?
shotguns back, she watched him. complete on the causes of the several ChurchesIn
Stepping "
I'm going with Bill the grinning "Long "Well, Jake began shyly, "I'm
I you, she said softly, "you'rehiding ed. the city are cordially invited.
dge said."Don't "James something to save me wor- "First it's your boy friend." klnda pertlcular to you The Wednesday night Prayer Mrs F. A. Rosier Correspondent

| worry too much," Bill tell" up a looked at him /; Andy grinned. "Oh, you are, 'Meeting will be conducted in the -
always
Id ry. I can huh!" Mrs. Paul Clover and children
with attempted reassurance. sighed. "It's Andy," mother'd a swell guy, Ray, : Church at 7:30: o'clock and it Is
The Judge "
(he boy's not really lost whens Impulsively, "And I figured, Jake continued and Mrs. Marlon Hamilton returned -
"He's been missing In hoped that a large number of war-
with Speed." he said "gently. a her hand to him. He 'gravely, "that some day Ih, I snipers will be present. Immediately I. to Ft. Pierce Monday after

uddenly Ray, startled pointed all day. he thought Emilywas In the t crushing it. not for about five years, mebby ,. following thin service will be spending two weeks here with
mement
Into the darkness. For a she pulled back, but nome day, you and me might their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
about to cry, but with an effort helpless the meeting of the Workers Coun-
Look hitched married. Rosier.
he cried towards the house. get
herself together. wet cil of the Church School. All officers -
she pulled
ey all turned. There, slowly she began tremblingly his face Judge smiled "If we're Andy stood aghast. For a mo- and teachers In the Church Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding-

Ing toward them, was Speed. "James"Now, Mother." The Judge put catch our train-" he ment he was speechless with ter- School and Counselors for Young of the State Farm were visiting-
He turned, and with a shoutof
was riderless, his reins dang around her. She lookedat knocked ror. People's meetings are urged to at- Mrs. H. F. Redding Saturday
his arms he called
entreaty,
There of turned to desperate
was a moment him her eves swimming with Hmmm, Hardy tend these services Mrs. J. A. Rosier and children
istly silence The Judge lighted liked had such a lovely out: were visiitng relatives near Sapp
Come and worship with us and
his tears. "Hey Dad! Walt for me!
grip on the reins. been lovely having
she said."Think At Sunday.The .
"I can't bear It, will find that the Spiritual
'An right boys" he said with sincere reply. There was a wild look In his you
of him out there. It's sodal'k. and that receive will be well Rev. H. M. Tillman of
horlty, "let's go. Ride fast!" Judge frowned eyes as he ran away from Jake, help you
ck in the house Dora was do- You remember, when he was '- he said frankly "I'd who looked after him In puzzled worth the effort and too, you will Jacksonville filled his regular ap-

her best to hide everything small he was afraid of the dark.I topped arm if I could help Innocence. find that you will be a help and pointment here at the Baptist

had to sit with him. r-member. sight be continued) inspiration to others. church Saturday and Sunday.lD.U.J.NtAIU' .
To
In Emily A card table stood( .been !- him funny little songs? first to failed you. I've failed (
them set up for double sol and sing





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IULflFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPn, STARKE, FLORIDA FRiIJ.tY, JANEtii' ltl
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-- .----- -- ------ --. .- .u -- I Mlllaa and Charles Darby returned whereas the average decree nets terested to know tl.ai t.,., .

last week from art outing in the only two or three paragraphs at editing the Jasper New* wh'N
Bradford County Telegraph THE POCKETBOOK!{ wilds of Dixie Cqunty. They report the most. Remarking thatthe and his brother-in-lar <4r!, j \

1877 having "plenty to eat" and parties hereto were married dur- : from his father-in-law gee
IXablished
; B/ would have had some!: nice trophiesto ing the year 1907 and lived to- well, veteran Florida, nev\,
Class KNOWLEDGE PS bring home If the woods hadn't gether almost as cats and dogs un- man. The first few i Lues
Published Weekly! on Tridays and Entered as Second been so full of other hunters Soon til the year 1930" the Judge stated Joe's guidance havehllwn >1n,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida MOOtf' fKFAT MPatTOY OH ITS WAY- after they got to the camping thatIt would be impossible originality and we arc Iooldal pq

-- --- .--- ..- AIR-CONPtT10NtN 4AIM tAfT YEAR WtRB ground Dr. Brownlee spied a fine for said parties to have any respect big things in the newspltpe(
MEMBER i?,0r'2Y. IN 9 4% buck crashing through the under- or confidence for each other, from up Hamilton County wail l
brush right toward him. He rained and where there is no confidence

>RID\PRESS ASSOCIATION A his gun, aimed, and was aboutto or respect there can be no love, for C. A. Durltng, who ,

r \J fire when a couple of shots love Is made up out of the Ingredi-" successful roadside busnf81 appeals| ,

, :ottvaAd 2lotidi. sounded from another directionand ents of confidence and respect. Hampton, made a hurried b1
\ the deer fell almost at Jimmy's Also: "-there being no children see the "powers that be" ;
E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner feet, killed by another bunter born to said parties to bind them hassee i inT
just as soon
___ ________ __ .__ ._ _m_ ___ __ -- H Charles together, and they now being in as tie b
On another occasion there was a possibility that
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I spent lots of valuable time and the evening time of their lives, 13 might be closed for 200{)t'(:

Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance TW UNITfO" cTATES HAS wind calling up a couple of turkeys they should be given an opportu- while the stretch south ofBradford

Advertising Rates on ApplicationA l 11"0 ONLY CHI BACHElOR He was just about to get nity to yet establish a home so County line I is beli
pas lt>CKT_JAMS* 8UCHANAH, at least in their <
I tf"MIS SICfNTCOH4UMPTWH them within range when bulng' that they may paired. lie seemed much reli
QUESTION, AND AN ANSWER"Do bang! and the turkeys went the last days, live In ppace and comfort after his return and believes

IN 1590. ffR A Of PAPER IN THE way of the deer-bagged by other and prepare themselves for the closing .move has been blot,
the people of Starke and Bradford County want to j g.4. WAS 30POVHP9 A WAR- hunters. the Great Day to come" Work Is already under way
01
I TODAY.AVID RPAD/N6 AMRMNft
keep their State Farmers' Market?" I jI I I NAvE JMCPfAtfO CO'NMPrrON7Q$10 stretch and the bad curve
'' I Oe vPi.eclrijr Corroborating undercover reports Powell Carpenter says it would south 'of the county line II h
asked of local
This was the disturbingly blunt question j;
of the
that the tourist season In the surprise you how many eliminated.E. .
committee members this week by officials of the State I .; state this year isn't all it's cracked traveling men coming through here

Marketing Board. KL I up to be, Jack Jones, owner ofa are In sympathy with the Ideal and C. Priest, former gasolln,

local tourist home, Buys that he actions of Hitler, better known as trlbutor, Js now settled Not want the State Farmers' Market after struggling
did better business last summer the madman of Germany. Powell, place near New River and itE|

years to get one located here-after literally "sweating I! than he is doing right now. It like most of the rest of us, cannot fledged farmer. He expen! :,

blood" to bring about its fruition-after making innumer- might be, however, that the warm understand such an attitude and specialize in the poultry bus]
weather has slowed down the tourIst gets pretty riled up about It some- To begin with has 400 headIng
Jacksonville-after mak-
able trips to plead with officials in j
migration and that it will pick times. We mention the fact to on as a starter which
ing expensive tours to study markets in other Florida agricultural that there Is more reason start if
?onu up in a few weeks. At least, we prove pretty good you ui,
centers so that we might benefit by their mistakes 1 /7mCSKTURV all hope 110.Another now than ever before for the farmer's Mr. Priest can't entirely r \
..r"" ENeaAND.W daughter to keep a watchful gasoline, however, and will,
and profit by their experience? TOBACCO WAS A
C t4OVELTV, P# flSOMOr reason why the Birth- eye on traveling salesmen. a small filling: station and CI'
Not want Farmers' Market? Why the idea -/ SMORIN4'DID A his
our was preposterous BRISK ..USIUES6.TNfY1N0 day Ball will be a MUST event this store on property.
and members of the local committee lost no time in. 1LNTIC AO PACIfK AUN6 ODr ANAKE,' year is that it will mark the debut Somebody wearing a pointed -

saying so-perhaps not in those exact words ; but they made j I sO ire* cut eoiw THW MWOM tarMtltAftU.M I / AD A9/alry cRnlNs 1b 11IACMN 71VFRb VRD1 -sf a local orchestra that real- shoe, size No. 11 or 12, made away W. n. GREEN DIES
I TO *MOHS.IfilHAlg the SUNDAY AT HOME
ly HAS something And they with six tat hens belonging to
effort to persuade officials that the people of Starke AND BLOW AlNa I ,
every QirA RICA I would have a lot more If they could Carl Jackson's one night last week. (Continued from Page OB

and Bradford County do indeed want their Farmers' MarI -I get together for practice oftener. The same night, the same person. -

ket-that they need and appreciate it and henceforth will .--.::..-"- ---:"'=::" _.. You'll want to hear their rendi- judging from footprints left behind Grand Master In Florida,
I raided Charlie Powell's rabbit tribute to the deceased and'
I tion of "Sweet Sue. It is plenty
I make an honest effort to contribute to its success. old boards holding their last get- hutch. Fortunately the Jack- ered the funeral ritualistic w
I I good and If they could play every-
Which all well. together of the year. The result- Besides his widow, Mr. Gw ,
was very Stuff I thing else that well they wouldn sons had sold most of their chIck-
The officials went back home. Perhaps they were convinced ing confusion was just another have a thing to worry about. The ens a few days previously. If this survived by three children:
argument in favor of Starke mer- R. S. Johns of Lake Butler
About Starke outbreak Is the forerunner of an- F
: boys won't play for the main dance
.U. the enthusiasm of the committee members
by ; per- chants getting together and mak- and Lex Green of Starke,
but will be Introduced to the music other epidemic of chicken stealing,
t,. haps they were persuaded by the sincere arguments of the .\NI> ItKAUFOKD COUNTY ing a definite plan for holiday closing lovers of Starke in a special program local poultry owners would do well grandchildren: Georgia C,, ;

) little group of men who have dreamed, and worked, and / --deciding once and for all on for early comers. to keep a watchful eye on the hen of Lake Butler, Betty. Car I
Romance held sway here duringthe which dates they will remain clos-I house and some attention Collette and Anlce Green and
J schemed, and pleaded that this thing might become a reality. I pay
New Year week-end with three ed all day, when they will when the dog barks. ert Alexis Green II, Sun
But it is going to take more than mere words and highsounding weddings In the space of twenty- noon and which holidays they will Judge A. Z. Adkins will draw him also are a large numb
bill to be Introduced in the -
9 phrases to KEEP them convinced. It is going to take four hours. If that's not startingthe observe in any wny. i'I next up a legislature requiring at least We are reliably Informed that nieces nephews and other net

ACTION! It is up to the people of Bradford County TO 1939 off right then we don't I 1 five days lapse of time between is- after a lapse of several years. Pen latlves as he was the last m:
know what you'd call It. Such an Every now and then someone i iexpresses I' of a large family.
PROVE they want their market, and a case like this was out-cropping of romance reminds concern over the high'rate ': sunnce of a marriage license and ny Farm officials are again oper- Active pallbearers were

$ never proved with idle words.Let's us more of June than January.In of speed at which some of the the actual marriage. The judge ating a full-time speed trap. A nephews: Ray Goodge. F
believes such a law will put a stop righteous howl of indignation is
"crack" trains run through town. Green, Jacob Fred Green R i
review the facts: After years of patient effort on to a large number of what he calls going up from motorists who have
addition to all those weddings The matter came up for discussionat Green R. H. Green and I L
sI, the part of local interests, the market was finally opened two of Bradford County's'finest the City Council meeting this "gin weddings" and he is probably been pulled there during recent Green. Honorary pallbea

here late last spring too late to handle any considerable old couples, Mr. and Mrs. week, but no definite action or right. The large number of divorces weeks for doing more than twenty- were: N. D. Walnwrlght. S'
he has had to five hour better
grant during miles
an so you'd
and Mr. recommendations were made. The Starke, Bobble Part-tan of] C
of Graham
H D. VVnsdln ,
portion of the strawberry crop, but a mild success was enjoyed recent have well dis-
years pretty begin watching your step again
I and Mrs. W. A. Bessent of Starke remarks run about like this: "Of Georgia Baxter of Brooker, :
with early summer truck produce such as corn, beans, gusted him.IncIdentally. when going to Jax via Road 48
'J celebrated their sixtieth and sixty- course we have; those signal lights :r.rannlng.1. M. Alvarez \
.: and other vegetables. July and August, as usual, found this 'I fifth wedding anniversary respectively but I still think it is dangerous for Two policemen and a judge are Andreu, S. A. Bryan, T S '
j overtime told.
,;- county without any crop produced in sufficient volume to during New Year's. Mr. and trains to come through here at the Judge worked working we are Hams A. J. Thomas Fm
Mrs. Bessent and Mr. Wasdin are such a break-neck speed. Some- some pretty good philosophy into Stump, Dr. W. E. :Mlddletot
make marketing efforts worthwhile, so the platform went still active and work dally around thing ought to be done about it." one final decree he granted recent Sorry we missed seeing Joe Mal. W. B. Parks Freeman Regis

into temporary disuse. Then came Fall and the much-dis- their places despite their advancedage. ly. This particular paper ran to pas when he called the other day. Starke and Dr. J. E. llainei

cussed pecan auctions. Some say they werea, success, some Mrs. Wasdin has been con- Jimmy: Brownlee T '. I Merrill Mc- almost -three. typewritten. pages, Joe's many- friends, here will be In- of Lake Butler.

claim they were a miserable failure; but whichever side you fined to a wheel chair for several
years because of rheumatism. The
h argue on the fact remains that these were the first auctions good spirits and cheerful outlookof

of the kind that had ever been held in the state of Florida all four of these fine old peopleIre

r so isn't it reasonable to suppose:' that mistakes would be made i' an inspiration, however und
I their friends will Join the
and that results for the first season might be to a degree I j Telegraph many In congratulating them OFFICE SUPPLIES

1 disappointing? Where is our tolerance? Where is our open- !I I on their many, many years of successful -

mindedness? Where is the man who has not once been a victim -!I I married life.

} of inexperience or who has so little idea of justice that
The Telegraph received many
I he would condemn an entire institution because of the dis- good Ideas for pictures during our

puted success of one of its phases? recent contest. A keen observ-

# The TRUTH is that the market here has never been givena ance of human nature was shown

fair trial. It has been unofficially convicted by a selfpicked by Mrs. Mamie Griffis who sug-of ,
gested that we use pictures
pick-a jury of knockers and crepe-hangers before the evidence school and churches because "We '
.. \ .
j' could be fairly submitted. This jury was "loaded"-it fact all like to go to school when we \
tidsr are young and like to go to church
it was over-loaded with malcontents who are never satisfied "
when we get old.
wl with anything, who resent progress because they themselves

have never progressed, and who scorn success because they Bradford County Is on the vergeof

.; themselves are largely failures. It was a jury, not content plunging head first into a hus- the Ruby
tling berry season unless another
to sit in but which also LEDGER OUTFIT
judgement, sought to prosecute, and cold spell comes along to upset the

i which turned a deaf ear when the defense arose to speak. apple cart-or perhaps we should $4 the

Palatka and Sanford and Ocala and Wauchula and say the strawberry crate. ThereIs Aa .
;i a scpUonat Taluvl Consists ol loom '
a whopping big acreage the l lea ledger binder, 20O l.dgt ih..t* and Eicb ;+ D
g r dozen other Florida communities can make a success of Farmers' In and'most farmers N.wf '
largest years, Blac a25
A-Z 26 dlTiatoa leather tab index. Bound 1s
't ; Markets, why in the name of everything Holy, cannot agree that plants, and prospects bfa o v.a!
In duiabl Imitation leather colors r.d or back S o
1 ;;, Bradford County? A failure here, in the face of these widespread In general, have never look- with automatic locking device. Push button for .SStk open- loca a ad rd fMatal Eu6
ed better. Is divided how-
; successes, would be a blot on the county. It would bea Opinion lag, no key required. Sheets are whit. Ivorydal ledgerpaper sad CepR Trro afylaa Brlgbf
t ever, on whether it is better for the
24 s subotanc. Sheet morn lache. vet No.. Dcufa.
6z9j.S
bald-faced admission that Bradford County is not as
productive cold to come early and hold the Teat}

L as other sections and that the people in it are not crop here back until Plant City m'wt rp
has passed its shipping peak or 24120 __ Gne.., .
as industrious as those in other parts of Florida. WE know 8toolo N.. -IptJoa, 44140 x4040 7 o r mI
whether It la better for our fruitto Eaoh =1
that such is not the case, but the eyes of the State Marketing come In early and have the ben I 020000 Ruby I.edqer Outfit-R.d S4.00 Nomad.a 9 s11 f Sa.aq

Board and of the remainder of agricultural Florida are efit of a long shipping season. 020001 Ruby IAdqer Outfit-Black 4.00.seep)1a.a a.a88e
Whatever think however 'Rq.l..l d i.e" farelilMd p4 Na. r1 r ate.r ,
<
you a.oth nrtM
upon us anu it is up to us to PROVE it! I .IK b.humldud wf a"Waa.n* Ldo i Mill MUM CoIDO a.."."steen raDtOe} =d O II7a1 ,
there's aboutit.
not much do
you can .I e_.ala..... 8h 4.
Our county government, our city government, our state We just have to RO: along and I .ae...

government and our national government have already take the weather as It comes. I '. 1 _

'$ poured thousands of dollars into the establishment of a mar- : Red ....
Too bad about the little negro Blue RuUnBrown .
ket here and they are ready to follow through with thous- boy who was killed by an automobile \, : .r 0_ end
RulingCOLUMNAR
ands more in the form of necessary paving and an adequate while playing In the high-

; refrigeration plant. All that is asked in return from our way Sunday before last, but we
have been accident of
expecting an
people is a decent show of appreciation and a willingness to this kind for some time. State ,

support an institution whose only excuse for existence is the Road No. 48 cuts right through

ultimate welfare of each and every resident of the county. Reno. Starke'a negro settlement, I r

Surely a fairer bargain than that was never offered any man I and the little darkiea use Its hard- II ,, = x.i v
I surface for an improvised playground reaK
1 Don't let us turn our backs on this potential lifesaver. Don't j Instead of keeping to the Ii I
PADS
let us say "This market cannot be a success simply because lateral dirt streets. Road 48 leadsto the Eagle

it is located in Bradford County." The challenge of other Kingsley Lake and la heavily i $ ft05

successful markets in all of the state cannot be travelled. Most any motorist who New low prices. Canary Bond, r.d and Z LEDGER 0 U T
ignore F-I
parts uses this highway will tell you that I blue ruanq' ; Butt Bond, brown and greenruling. >Box T $ 800
a To acknowledge defeat now would be an admission of failure he has barely missed hitting playful I 10 ub. paper 50 iheeta to a pad.

that simply does not fit into the true picture of Bradford I little pickaninnies dozens of Tea pad per box. Sue 854=14. Cond.ta of durable brown corduroy binder with
times. Following Sunday's accident I' black Imitation leather back and corner. 200
County. Sheriff Andreu c.n.r, Buff D..crlptaon P.tao white Irorydals sheeta. 28 sub. Ha
told the little I S.II No. Stocla No. ledger "regular ledger" r *
Shun the knocker as you would a leper. He has never accomplished darkles that If he catches them P.." and A-Z leather tab 26 dlridon Index. Standard Udaer mechaDJaaa)

anything himself and doesn't want anyone else playing in the street again he is 7104 7104 4 col., with Dame ce"$2'oo: operated with key.
7105
going to "put 'em In Jail.' Maybethis D7106 S col., with Dam. spec. 2.06 each N.. ShootJlbe Owtrw. Prioe
to do so. Turn a deaf ear to the moss-back who says it can- 7107 B7107 1 col., DO name apace 2.09
will scare them into some degree -I I 7110 B1110 10 col., with name 2.15 02040 9>.a d i8.00sack''
not be done. He discourages action because it is so comfort- of caution-we hope so. I spec. Il' la'll. Ldger Outfit
I Other dreg up to 30 column proportionately priced. 10408 9y1r1 I Sbta only ..80 per 500
able to sit around and gather moss. Form your own opinionson !I _
Puzzle: Was New Year's a holiday _
the subject and reserve your remarks until the market
in Starke or wasn't It? Half
'3 has been given a fair chance to prove its value to the county. the stores were open and the other -I

And above all, be fair with your community. The farmer half closed while the streets ,' Bradford

it who does not give{ his own market an honest trial is a looked just about as busy as usualon I Couuty TelegraphPAGE
Monday morning. The courthouse <
TRAITOR to Bradford County!
,l4 tl was a scene of activity with I





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