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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 20, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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6 6f f J ) ARE UNINJUREDBY Birthday Ball Next Week BIRTHS DEATHS

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r.1.i Early Comers Merchants Believe Detour Here Will

.1j j ed Photographer 'Was Prices Remain SteadyAt Popularity of June For Seriously Injure Business During

[ Business Here Around We Three orchestras will set the l v : I
.I'"" //i 'Weddings ProvesTo I Next Few Months
i \ pace for merrymaking at the t
j 40 Years Per Pint Birthday Ball to be held here Fri: lie Myth I I II I

t \ day night, January 27 giving posItive ROAD 13 CLOSED
s.1.1i [remarkable career came to a The sudden cold snap Tuesday assurance that the music will r The fine old institution of mar

i, Wednesday with the death morning did very little damage to "go 'round and around" and come riage Is on the upswing in Brad

':( F. Hoover, noted photograwho the strawberries In the county, out all the doors and windows of 4 A ford County, it the report from DETOUR
,i growers said and the fact was evi- the Woman's Club building here. 1ysb the office of County Judge E. K.
, had conducted a studio denced by the continued flow of "Such a super-abundance of Perryman is used basis
ij as a for I VIA ROAD 28 TO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
:E in partnership with his fruit to the local platform. I music might seem sheer extravagance } the conclusion.
:j her. Joe C. Hoover, since 18- About 735 at first E. L. Matthews F"," 1'
crates of berries were I thought, "I Issued more licenses In 1938 for GAINESVILLE
I He had been in falling health sold in Starke in the past week, I Bradford County Chairman f than In any other year since I've

most a year and for the past sales reaching peak Friday with of the Infantile Paralysis Cam .r, been in office." Judge Perrymansaid. OCALA AND PTS. SOUTH

th had been forced to foregork 175 crates. Prices remained good I paign, said yesterday, "but when The figures in the record

at the studio.BB averaging $3.23 per crate, lowest you stop to consider that no one book added up to 195, an Increase
of the oldest business In- prices being 3.00 and highest orchestra can be expected to play of 32 over 1937, when 163 licenses .. The above sign, in box-car let

V (lions in Starke, Hoover Bros $3.50. Only 66 crates were shipped : straight through from eight untU were issued. ter at the junction of Highway

10 enjoyed a wide reputation, by express, all the rest movIng one or two clock, the wisdom of -, The figures show that the pop- PERMITSFOR 13 and 28 In Starke, U expectedto

up through the years by the out to local and southern the arrangements will be realized. '1'' '' ularity of June for weddings is i a turn thousands of dollars in

hence of their photographic markets by truck.Experienced Lots of people like to come early myth. Only IS licenses were BUILDING tourist trade from local business

Portraits bearing the well- observers stated and stay late at a Birthday Ball granted last June and December houses during the next four or

insignia have found theirto yesterday that the cooler weather and for this reason we are ar President Franklin D. Roosevelt, was champion with 27, the Judge's five months.

: all parts of the United will hold back the berries by making ranging our entertainment to run himself a victim, who originatedthe biggest month since taking office. SHOW ACTIVITY Put In place late Wednesday by

; ell> and even to some European them ripen much slower, and straight through from eight o' plan of fighting infantile par employees of the State Road Department

(tries predicted the season to begin In clock. Then too, we are just nat alysis. Both the death and birth rate the huge sign immediately
J earnes about the middle urally curious to see how our local began routing traffic South
[rue Frank Hoover was born of Feb reports for 1938 from the Regis1trar's
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ruary. boys stack up against one of ,r Total of $10,000 For Year by way of Keystone Heights, Melrose -
own City, Iowa, on December In the court housexecently. These office showed a sharp Increase
1873. He was sixty-five years The shipments for this and last these collegiate organizations." remarkable singers -will also present over the past two years Does Not Include and Orange Heights. The

bee at the time of his death. week add up to 1051: pint crates, i I Ernie Katz and his Universityof a number-- of Stephen Foster when released this week by C. A. 'WPA real danger In the situation local
, ''Ing t to Florida with his per with prices holding well to the Florida Seminoles wW play for melodies Futch. registrar for Starke, Projects Interests believe Is that as soon

S at an early age, he lived for $3.00 mark and above. the main Ball beginning at 9:30: The "Hitler cion tnt" ia Hampton and Graham. Births as news of the closing of Road 13
mber of years in Suwannee o'clock. Much enthusiasm greeted to expected Increased 25 over 1936 and 30 A total of twenty building permits la broadcast over the North by
provide tot of
a fun both
ty and in Lake City duringh Cool weather early this week the announcement this week for those who come dressed as over 1937 while deaths Increased were issued by the City of "detour maps" and the American
somewhat slowed down strawberry that Joe Madding, drumming sensation 19 Automobile Association's new
1936
: time he studied photogy over and 9 over 1937. A
"handsome Adolf" i Starke In 1938 for
and for those erecting, rebuilding -
under well-known teacherthe production in the Plant City of the university campus, table of the report follows: service, tourists will be scared away -
will here who come to "boo" him. Five and repairing In the amount from this route and will
day. Only the largest area following last week's ship- appear with the Katz Births
cash '
of
one dollar
is boasted established photog- ment of almost two million pints organization. Madding is a student be given prizes for the best each will Year 1936 1937 1938 of $10,03900: a survey of adopt other lines of travel Into

ers in those times and the from that point. The season's protege of Gene Krupa most of the German dictator impersonations No.108 103 133 | the records In the clerk's office Florida. "It might take Road 13

Hoover brothers, carrying total from there now stands at 3- famous awing drummer in the the winners will be selected and DcatUa revealed Tuesday. years to recover Its popularityafter
r portable studio with them as 884,830 pints of fruit for which country today and his performance by Year 1936 1937 1938 a shut down like this," was
signs of disapproval from Carl Johns clerk
the city said
Is said to rival that of his per the general opinion here.
went, made a circuit of growers have received $434,767.03.Prlcei audience. No. --s: 55 64 mits, according to the law, wererequired
tier towns. Starke was in- at Plant City last week Illustrious teacher. This young --. Telegrams protesting the clos
1c I were although artist will give an exhibition of"drumnastlcs" "Come early, or come late-- before any building or ing were fired
ed in their itinerary and they reported fairly steady, there will be CARY MEMORIAL repairing of buildings could begin to Governor Cone
to this dropping slightly as the as a highlight of something doing and State Road Department officials
ually came recognize I and that of the W.
minute of the none P. A.
the every time from
volume rolled Berries sold evening. DEDICATEDForestry in Tallahaimee
following
amass
0i munlty as a suitable location up.
projects had obtained
i iI" a permanent studio. Setting Saturday for from 9 to 10 1-2 The Starke Swlngsters, local eight o'clock on, the chairmansaid. permits and meeting of citizens in the
.I".t band composed of Charlie Pender "We don't mind what time leaders from all sections many others had failed to apply
first in a wooden building cents. Some fruit sold last Friday court house here Tuesday after-
1 O. P. Hutto, you arrive just so you eventually of the United States paid for permits also before beginning
re the telephone exchange now for as high as 11 3-4 cents. Henry McKelvey, noon. Up until press time yesterda -
;,1 the Hoover brothers built in Shipments from Plant City thus Bruner and Tracy Baker will make I wind up at the Woman's Club on homage to a former resident of construction or repairing. The ythere was no Indication from
their debut as' musical- i Friday night,..January 27. If for Starke when they gathered last | permit regulations are lightly enforced -
the brick building on Call far this season: are more than a a organization \ any source that the ban would be
et which still houses their million pints in excess of those of for the benefit of early arrivals I some unavoidable reason you can Friday to dedicate the Austin except In the fire zone along lilted

io today. I a year ago. The 1937 season was Also featured will be the not attend the Ball, we urge that Cary Memorial Forest on Slate Call Street.In General pessimism colored the

: early but did not rush along as Lawtey String Band, which already you show your cooperation with Road 13 between Starke and January $22 _00 In three permits conversation of business men here
addition[ to being a leader !in the 'fight infantile Gainesville. I Issued and
I swiftly as the current movement is enjoys considerable fame In paralysis cam were the next yesterday. Restaurant proprietors
profession, Mr. Hoover found : these paign' by the purchase of a ticket permit was granted In March for
doing. parts and Is under the lead- One of the most distinguished insisted that they might us
to take an active part in ership of Simeon Phillips. anyway. Price of admission( to the members of the Society of American I $275.00. In April 4 permits for well close their doors if they were

c and church affairs. He was The condition of Loulsl ana Appearing near the beginning Ball is one dollar per couple, one Foresters, Dr. Gary weal I $635.00 worth of construction to be deprived of trade which la

or of Starke for more than strawberries is not as good as us- of the program will be the chlld- dollar for all men and 25c for stricken with heart disease on were applied for and In May one brought here by Road 13. C. A.

i, terms and was also a member ual for this time of year, accord- rens' chorus of the Thurston col unaccompanied ladles." April 28, 1936. during u visit to for $13500, was Issued, while in Darling, proprietor of a roadside

he City Council for many Ing to the Southeastern Truck ored school who will undoubtedly Tickets will be placed on sale the University of Florida. He I June ono permit for 3000.00 was stand near Hampton, left in

rs, serving several times as Crop Report. Dry weather priorto be given an ovation for their rendition next week and personal solicitations owned a home In Starke and spent taken out by the Standard 011 search of a new location on U S.

rman of that body. He was a Christmas caused plantings to of "Let Me Ride," the will be made through the co H great deal of time here every Company for additions to the Harry 1 somewhere below St. Augustine,

I, ryman in the Episcopalrch be delayed.In thrilling spiritual which "stoppedthe operation of the National Youth winter. I Houston Service Station. July stating that he believed this route

for many years and was Texas, the strawberry cropIn show" at a program presented Administration. Since 1924. Dr. Carey had been permits amounted to two, with a would-- ____. get tha bulk _nf. the travel
ember of he Knights of Pit- I total value of $25000 and Aug
the Poteet and Winter Garden one of the ten "fellows" among formerly coming over Road 13. i
9 when that organization was I ust was the busiest month of the
sections is reported by the News the more than 3,000 members of Filling station men were also pre-
ve here.r. to be in good condition. The plants! i COUNTY COURTTO Explains Paper ProcessAn the. Society. He was born InMaine year with four permits totaling Curbed and expressed general dissatisfaction

Hoover was first married to I have been making about the usual interesting discussion of during the last year of the 5200.00 Issued.In over the situation. i

el Thomas of McIntosh. Fol- I growth and are blooming heavily, methods I of I manufacturing paper Civl} War and was 71 years of this month $3,000.00 permit Road department officials explain

ing her death many years ago, while some berries have been harvested BE HELD pulp from pine forests was made age at the time of his death. For was Issued to W. A. Stern for a that the work cannot be

was married to Delia Hunter, during the past two or before the Rotary Club here Wed more than 40 years" he rendered dwelling house and a $2,00000 postponed until summer because

survives him. Also survivingtwo three weeks. A gradual increasein NEXTWEEK nesday by Norbert L. Cochran, assistant notable service to forest owners. permit was taken out by Mullory WPA funds are to be used and it

sons, Cyrus T. Hoover, production is expected with favorable plant manager of Con of the ,country and high tributes : Thomas also for a home In September the project Is delayed this money

the first marriage and Don L. weather but the crops will tainer Corporation of Fernandlna. to his work were paid at the dedication two permits with a value will probably be appropriated else
ver; and one brother, Joe C. not produce In volume until the A number of exhibits of products services. of 105.00: were granted and in where. Half of the new road can

ver. later part of February. First Sesssion Held Since made from this pulp was displayedby The memorial, 17 miles south of October two totaling{ 210.00 were not be kept open at a time, they
unreal Mr. Cochran and his discussion applied for. No permits were issued
services held
were here on Road 13 Is divided into say, because of the concrete typeof
rsday afternoon at two o'clock SHEPHERDRESIGNS July Few Casesof was well-received by the Rotary three distinct parts as follows: !in November or December construction that Is to be used.

m the Episcopal Church with CHURCHThe Interest ans. The memorial placque mounted --+---- The belief here is general, however

i Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating p-- on a granite boulder from his B. L. GREEN that Road 13 could and

rment followed In Crosbye Rev Leslie A. Shepherd, Two Youths Enlisted birthplace in Maine, which has should be kept open by some manner
Cemetery under the dlrecof Judge E. K. Perryman announced DIED RECENTLY
or means the of
been during period
Church set up on a pedestal in the
.] pastor of the First Baptist Two Bradford County boys,
the first session of County
that
DeWitt C. Jones.
construction. Some Interested
here for the past year and a half, this will Claude Durham of Hampton, and midst of the platform of coqulna D. L. Green, 69, died January 3 par
cUve pall bearers were F. F.imp announced bis Court year convene flagging the outline of which fol ties have asked why the old road
resignation
this week at 9 o'clock in Floyd King of. Lawtey were enlisted at the home of his daughter Mrs.Z. .
Tuesday morning from Sante Fe River Into
Edward Bridge
Burns, H. L. in order to accept the position la the Civilian Conservation lows the shape of the official Forest
water J. M. Darby, C. H. Nor of chaplain at the State Pris- the courtroom here. Corps early this month. Service shield symbolizing Dr. Z. Griffin In the Boatdrain Waldo could not be used as a

thy and N. Sternberg. Hony on Farm near here. He will succeed No cases of Importance are Gary's long association with for community. Death came followinga detour since an entirely new route
i pall bearers were N. D. who scheduled for trial all being eith estry. Illness will be constructed along this
L. O. Sheffield recently lengthy of seventeen
, nwrlght, Sr., R. J. Davis W. accepted a position as U. S. Army er for reckless driving petit larceny Shop iJo.! ,Move{ A memorial grove of 71 slash months. part, eliminating the bad curves

Smith, Sr., T. J. Griffin J. F. chaplain. or misdemeanor. These The building formerly occupied pine trees; the number to represent He was a retired farmer and :on the old stretch

kilter, Jos. E. Wilson, J. M. It Is with a deep feeling of regret cases are usually settled out of by the Suwannee Store at the core his age at the time of hla had lived In this county his entire I It U stated here that the sand-

arez Charlie E.: Johns, B. Jac- that the community at large, the court or bonds forfeited Judge ner of Call end'Walnut Streets Is death; and the species to empha life with the exception of ten oil construction of the road between

and L. A. Davis. as well as members of his pastorate Perryman said and he expects the being remodelled and will soon be size his intensive interest and his years spent in Winter Garden. Keystone and Melrose, over

see Mr. Shepherd leave for he session to last only one day. the new home of Marguerite's accomplishments in naval stores, which traffic Is now being routed,
Besides his wife
the deceased
AG DE'ADLINEEXTENDED has come to be known and loved The Judge stated that hereafter Shoppe, popular gift and ladles pulpwood and timber production. will not hold up under the heavy
Ia survived four children Mrs.Z. .
during the brief period he has County Court will probably be wear business owned by Mrs. E. A simple wooden cabin to bouse by truck travel that Is born by Road
Z. Grlffls of Starke Mr W.
/. been in our midst.In held twice a year, in January and E. Canova. and display Dr. Gary's works, field 13. Produce truck operators and
A. Brown of Orlando, Jacob Green
his letter of resignation Mr. July, unless the number of -- Instruments and other interesting bus drivers are snld to be disturbed
he expected rush of businesshe cases I of Plant City, and Willie Green of
sessions The makes Ideal associated with his activities the
stated: "Inasmuch as I makes necessary Telegraph an objects over extra mileage that is
I office : Shepherd Starke three sisters Mrs. W. H.
of Tax Collector C. A ; ,
have a call to another three months. The last session of gift for your friends who are away in the upbuilding of the AmerIcan made necessary by the blockingof
accepted
ght failed to materialize Mon- 22 1938.I from home. and Florida forest Struth of Starke, Mrs. Emma Dyal
held Industry.
field of the Ministry, I must submit court was July this Important highway
u i it was announced over the of Dukes, and Mrs. Leah Stephens .
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k-end that Governor Cone late my resignation as your Pastor of Tampa; two brothers, A. H. ----
effective January 30, 1939. INSTRUMENTS FILED FOR RECORD SHOW Green of Gasoline Consumption
rday night decided to extend Starke, and A. G. Green
deadline for the purchase of "It U with inexpressible sadness of Miami. A total of 93,635 gallons of gasoline

automobile license plates un- that I sever the Pastorlal relation ACTIVITY IN TRANSFERS OF PROPERTYDeed Funeral services were held at was used In Bradford County
'ebruary 1.ie with you. In the all-too-brlef Ministry 1 I the graveside In Sapp Cemetery during the month of November as
among you we have worked 'I with 102.331 gallons In
law and interment was under the dl- compared
gives the governor nutty I together in harmony; we have The TELEGRAPH herewith buck his wife, of Alachua County, filed November 30. I! October, 87,114 In September, 109-
to rectlon of Key-McCabe Funeral
make extensions
! up to 'trusted each other, believed in prints a list of all deeds flied In to L. T. Dyer and Leona Dyer, his Tom G. Fitch of Franklin County ', 926 In August, and 99,542 In July.
ty days. i Home of Jacksonville Pall bearers
Last he -
, year allow- each other, and with each other! the office of the Clerk of the wife of Lake Butler. Five acres, Ohio to AFACCO, Inc. of Or .
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; nly fifteen days. It was stat- have striven to deepen the spiritual Court. A. J. Thomas since November warranty deed filed November 29. lando. Warranty deed to 73 and were A. O. Andrea A. J. 1

bat this Ia the last extension life of ourselves, and to broaden 18, 1938, and up to and Including Walter S. Nichols of Alachua 6-10 acres filed December 2. Thomas K. W. Hayes Fred Sapp I Births

will be granted this year. the scope of our Church's Min January 15 1939. We believe County to H S. Roebuck, Gaines Henry Fifer and Mae Flfer his George Inman and S. E. Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Newman

istry. Our fellowship has been It Is of interest to the peopleof ville. Five acres. Quit Claim wife, of Bradford County, to Mae Among those from out of town Waldo boy, January 12.

Death Cuts Rolls sweet, and enriched by the mutual the county to know of the land : deed flied November 27 Pifer, of Starke. Deed to 40 acres 'attending the funeral were Mrs. I: Mr. and Mrs. Percy GrlfflavLttwtry

ilrty-one recipients of Old Age love and confidence that only transfers taking place from day Kmmadlne Farms, Inc.. of N. flied December 3. I I I H. B. Bennett and Mrs Pearl I boy, January 13.
stance in Bradford County Christian experience can construct."I to day In Bradford. All property Y. County. N. Y., to R. B. Whitehead Tax deed to W. S. Sibley for 80 Owens of Inverness, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. William A Brown,

died since the State Welfared trust also that the enrich- listed below is In this county. of Valdosta, Ga., Quit Claim acres filed December 5. I I Jacob Green of Plant City, Mrs. Starke, girl, January 13.

began operations in July, ment of soul, the broadened vision Minnie May Lee.and Henry Lee, deed to 640 acres flied November M. A. Smith as Liquidator of I Jeannette Knight! and Mrs. Elea Mr. and Mrs. Peach Crawford

Figures for the entire state and the quickened compassion her husband of Highlands County, Bradford County Hank, to L. D. nor Chastaln of Jacksonville, Mrs.E. Lawtey, boy January 14.
that death has removed for lost people, which I have experienced I to Mrs. W. T. Wasden of Alachua 30.A.. K. Stringfellow and Dot Vlning and wife Charlie Lou Y n- P. Johnson Mrs. Alice Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Smith,

tly more than ten percent of here, is matched In your I County; Land In Bradford. War Stringfellow, his wife, of Alachua ing, of Starke. Land in Bradford. and Leonard Johnson of Ralford, Starke, girl, January 1S.:
f e originally receiving Old Age souls by a quickened spiritual ranty deed filed November 25.H. County, to R. B. Whitehead of I Deed filed December 7. and Mrs. Leona Cone of Lake But Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sumner,

lance. life" : S. Roebuck and Della Roe Valdosta Ga. Land In Bradford (Continued on Page Eight). ler, I Starke, boy, January 11.D ,






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JBOY STATE'S BUDGET FLORIDA CANAL PINE LEVEL partnerships I : and corporations County to-wit: of Bradford Slut ) .1.:--'

LINKEDTO Mrs. II. M. McRae, Correspondent (a) Demand deposits $160,97220 I SW1;. ot N'V% SeCtlol' '
I BEING PREPARED BOB JONESComments MAY BE (b) Time deposits evi- ship T South, Hans-M s/ .2.. T,,
denced by Having talnlng 40 Acres : '
SCOUT IN TALLAHASSEETALLAHASSEE DEFENSE PLAN Eld. E. R. Bowers filled the pass book ______nn 37.825.18 The assessment, more of the' r i'M I"-(i-
I On Here State, county and mUpl'l- arty under the said. 'rtltld, '' -
regular appointment of Eld. W. E. '
pal deposits' ____ _____ 114,075.89 Rued was In the name }> NEWS The State And Hereafter WASHINGTON An effort to Hall at Pine Level Church last Certified and officers'checks. phrey.Unlee.. ? 8-U
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Florida week-end. Eld. Hall has been letters of credit said rttflcaii, .
write the $200,000,000 ship con- ,
deemed hehl' '.
cabinet acting as a Budget Commission and travelers' checks according/ to law .
canal proposal Into the Administration's fined to his bed several days and Mold for cash, and arty described therein th!
dug In today for two or "Dr. BOD I don't see how amounts. due to Federal to the highest blddei will, :
you
A most welcome rain to the I I national defense plan his condition wad reported as be- i i
I three week's work on departmen- Reserve bank (transit house door on the firs 1 Mo' ',
farmers of Bradford County, but tat for $1,988,875 more seem to work with so many different has developed bn Capitol Hill. ing slightly Improved Sunday.We account) __.____________ 1.516.99TOTAL the month of February 1'939ndll l
a rain that dampened the spirits requests type Christians. Some of Canal advocates disclosed they are sorry to report the Ul- Is the 6th., day of 1o',h'\J&rj."i' .
1 I money a year for the biennium DEPOSITS __ $$316,049 Dated this 2nd., daj '
/4 ()f the local Boy Scout Troop came 1. your best supporters! are Calvan- had appealed to the White House I ness of Mrs. V. R. Browning. Her' 1939. r ''Wi,,

last Friday. However, the boys starting July Ists and some are Armlnlans," a for help In getting congressional many friends wish her a speedy TOTAL LIABILITIES EX- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J t
CLUDINO C A. PIT A L Clerk of Circuit Court nThl
Budgets for each cabinet officer, at the Bob Jones 'if
were not greatly surprised that It student College authorization for the giant water- recovery. ACCOUNT __ ________ $3111.049.24Capital County, Florida. 4i I
the courts, the colleges and institutions said to me one time. "I accept account: Jan.
should rain and knock them out Mrs. Paul Underhill and children u,
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aggregated $8,396,463. both positions" I replied. "I don'tsee way.There (a) Capital stock and
cf their overnight camping trip has been no answer yet, and Marian Bennett of Rising capital notes and debentures NOTI('B OHCKUTIFICATEHl- MALf:
since it was Friday the 13th. Undaunted This request compared with a how that Is possible as they + ________ 25,000.00 Ti1
but Congressmen sponsoring the were dinner guests of Mr. and Notice Is hereby
total of $6,436,138 that the Legislature seem so diametrically opposed to (b) Surplus __ 11,500.00c given thnt/i'
these boys looked throughthe C. Edwards has flied '''
k I cross-State channel said they were Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday.L. ( ) Undivided With m.
clouds and the pouring rain voted them in 1937 for the each other" the student answered. profits __ 4,635.50 ten request that the tax cortll, "
hopeful the President would see it nu together with all .
E. Haltiwanger of Jacksonville __ subsequent f
(d) Reserves' 94300e !
"I glad said 'seem' to
am
i and said hat there would be other current two-year period. you ed or levied taxes held by ?t
of national defense.
as a measure ( ) Total capital account 42,078.50TOTAL the
spent the week-end with H. be advertised.
be opposed to each other, I said; and sold t<,
Fridays and that it couldn't rain Requests Increases included: These legislators appealed in M. McRae. est bidder for cash as the
with that I LIABILITIES IJroVldOll
I statement.
en every Friday. So with true More than $40,000 for the Supreme agree vain during the Seventy-Fifth Congress AND CAPITAL 1357,127.74 Chapter 18296 of the 1937 a,,
understand why many people argue Mrs. Llllie McRae of Palmetto the Legislature, upon the
Scouting spirit they smiled and to On date of report the relulrtfl foll0
Court, Including enough for a lift from the White described real estate.
In
about there Interpretations, and daughter, Miss Hester McRae, ( legal reserveagainst the Co,
began plans for making the trip Increase the Justices' salaries from House calendar. of Bradford State of Florid '
The for this but I am too busy preaching the Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and deposits of this wit: SWW\ of SW% of NEV.. ,
plans bank .
today. camp I $6,000 to the pre-1931 level of $9- was $83,009.85. Assets of of NW 4 ?
The authorization has SEW Sec.
) were decided upon and the following .00 Gospel to waste time or energy In measure son Donald McRae, and Miss Er- reported ab o v s 22 E., Containing 20 Acres 15 Tp, it
boys with the Scoutmaster, a year.A arguing been re-introduced by Representative nestine Buddington of Starke were which were eligible as Ie"". mon,
$240,000 Increase for J. M. Lex Green. It was referredto legal reserve amountedto The taxes to be sold
visitors at H. M McRae's are
svlii
the Rev. Frank Robinson, expectto I have noticed in the study of Sunday 9326139. by certificate Non 839 2
Lee to the of the +250 shares of & It j
cover new cost House Rivers and Harbors afternoon. common 32 and 1934 Of
make the pilgrimage to Supper I Church history that theologianshave .stock, par value $100.00per respectively, and I'j
Committee which held three- sent unpaid taxes
handling unemployment compensation a for
Lake as soon as school is out: Life never been able to get together Mrs. W. F. Harnage and Mr. share.Pledged 31 to 1939, both inclusive the )lea"
and old pension checks week hearing a slmlllar in MEMOR.\.NO." amDt
age on bill
Scout Frank Robinson, III, Junior on these things. 'I have also and Mrs. B. M. McRae were call- assets (except log to $28.73.
and to provide salary Increases, 1937, ALSO: Lot 12 of
Assistant Scoutmaster; 1st Class noticed that the saintliest saints ed to Lake City Tuesday becauseof real estate) rediscounts, ton Truby & Co's Block is Lit,,

Scout Enos Hayes, Senior Patrol Including one for the comptroller have belonged to both schools of Value of a trans-Florida water- the serious illness of Mrs. J. and(a) U.securities S. Government loaned: Starke. In W% of NEV4 Addltlol bee 2t

Leader; 2nd Class Scout, Sonny from $5,000 to $7,500 a year. interpretation. I have also way in the ',national defense has D. Dobbs who is confined to her obligations direct and 6 The S. R.taxes 22 B.to. be sold

Haynes, Patrol Leader of the Bat Addition of more than $37,000 noticed that the more theologians been one ofthe, project's many bed with pneumonia. ed fully to guaranteed secure deposits pledgr- by certificate No. 1112 are of eVld"1931,

Patrol; 1st Class Scout Mike Dew, for State Treasurer W. V. Knottto have debated the subject, the less controversial.points. Others included Mrs. T. N. Norman of Gum and other liabilities _.$ 3,00000 I' represent 1832 to 1939 unpaid, both taxes for they;

'% Patrol Leader of the Mohican Patrol handle the same new type salntiy they seem to grow. its total cost, its most practicable Branch was visiting Mrs. B. M. (b) real Other assets (except I' Ing to $55 03 Inclusive, am,

; and the following boys of checks, and $21,600 for his regular Moody was a saint, and he was a dimensions its probable McRae Tuesday. to secure estate)deposits pledged I S.ALSO R. 22: BWK E., of NE% Sac 34

these two patrols: department which he describedas Calvinist. "If a certain numberare effect on fresh water supplies, and and other liabilities (Including I more or less. containing 40 A

Tenderfoot J. E. Denmark; 2nd necessary because of new work going to be saved anyway. Its potential tonnage.The Sampson Lake Js the largest redlscounted. notes and and secur-bills I I ed The by taxes certificate to be No.sold 1662 are evil

Class Freeman Register; 1st Class Imposed by the Legislature.An why do you insist on personal canal was started In 1935 lake wholly within Bradford ities. sold agreement under )repurchase _-_ 109,890.40 I and represent unpaid taxes Of fm,

George Flynn; Tenderfoot Edgar Increase of $7,760 In the of- work? a young man is said to with $5,400,000 of relief money al- County. I amounting years 1932 to to $38.03 1939, both Inch!

wmi nanm, _fnA__ ftafl____._* r_hftrloa______._ fice of Attorney General George have asked MoodY one dav.- "You I intari hv President Roosevelt.. _.______ _u TOTAL -------=----=.,- $112,890.40 I I Maid. tHY certlflca.- tmtk_..
p a
Jones nnn.; Tenderfoot Billy Lee; Tenderfoot Couper Gibbs which he said was go on with your personal work, Work was halted the next year I ""U..I0'TAX APPI.IC.'AT.OY I)KKI) : FOR oevureu and: prererreu liabilities all taxes subsequent will b. sold omitted to r'l;n
,
Jack Halle; Tenderfoot chiefly for printing. and if you happen to save one who when Congress failed to make an ("Nrnatv' Hill No. 1 M (a) Deposits secured by bidder at the Courthouse the dew hi ',
NOTICE IS pledged assets
t William Baker. Restoration to the governor ofa was not elected, the Lord will excuse appropriation toward its comple-I That MI-H. Flwulah HEREBY Kelly holder
,. The boys plan to leave as soon $20,000 emergency fund and a you," Moody is said to have tion. Tax Certificated Numbered reixpee- Dated this the 7th day of Jan
TOTAL _. __.
tlvely, 4-9th of 356 Ixxued August __ $02,991.19 1939. q
as possible after School is out on 10,000 reward fund. Secretary of replied. In 1935 the chief of Army en- 3, 1931 and 887 Issued August 3, I, W. B. Sewell, V.P & Cashier, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..T, ,

Friday and will return between State R. A. Gray said these were Wesley was an Armlnlan. He gineers recommended its comple- and 1931, has ban filed Mama In my office of the above-named bank do solemnly Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad Thor'
made application for tax swear that the above state-
1 and 2 o'clock on Saturday after abolished in 1937 at the request of taught men to flee from the wrathto tion at a cost of 197000000. His deed to he Issued thereon Said ment Is true, and that It fully and County, Florida 1'1331NO''ICF.

noon. Governor Cone but now had been come, and his followers never report reversed unfavorable find- certificates respect ively embraces correctly represents the true stateof
the following; deitc-rlbed properties the several matters herein con- OV APPLICITI01
found necessary. felt safe until they got inside the ings of the War Department'sBoard In the County of Bradford, State of tamed and set forth to the best of FOIl T\\ ItKKitSenate :
A heavenly gates and of which held Florida.Said my knowledge and belief ( 11111 No. lilt)
the
closed
The awarding of several merit new $359,358 request for the I gate Engineers a 4-9th I W. B. SEWELL, NOTICE IS HEREBY 01 VEX,71

badges was authorized by the Florida School for Deaf and Blind' behind them. What a work canal adequate dimensions would 356, embraces Lots of 2 Certificate, 3, 4, 5 of Blk No. Correct.-Attest: Leo Orlfflu. holder of Tax: Cem.,

Troop Committee at a Court of at St. Augustine, largely designed Wesley did! cost $263,000,000. 11 Temples Addition to Starke In P. A. BRINSON, ate 'No. 452, Issued the 2nd da'
N13'/, of NWV4' \ and W. L. WALL September, A. 1), 19:15: : ha. I
of ,
part W
of
Review held Wednesday night of I foi' housing.A Whitefield was a Calvinist, but The canal authorization bill got I N13"' W of Hy and NU ('0.. of X HE4! J. L. same In mv office and has find

p last week. The Scouts passing : $241,000 increase for the IB did not sit down and wait for a favorable committee report in of Said NWM' Sec. 28 Tp 8o1 11. 22 R DART.Directors.. sued plication thereon.for a Said tax. deed certificate to bi
Certificate i
successful tests were as follows: State Hospital for the Insane at God to pull men by the power of 1938. Then It was shelved for tots. It, 12 of Blk.No.11.357 Temples embraces Ad- STATE COUNTY OF OF FLORIDA.BRADFORD braces the following described p

Leonard Smith badges in Personal Chattahoochee, Intended to take t'oreordinatlon into heaven. He months, and finally became In- I dition to Htarke In NEVi\ of NW'A\ Sworn to and .subscribed beforeme State arty In of Florida the County to-wlt of Brad:

Health and Safety; George care of increased numbers of both crossed the Atlantic Ocean thir- volved in a parlimentary tangle and and NE part Cor of Wy of SEV of\NBVi of NWVi W of Sec.Ry and I this hereby 7th day certify of that January I am, 1939.not West Half of Southwext Qm

Flynn badges in Public Health patients and employes. teen times. He was the greatest 'which prevented a House vote. 28 Tp. 6 H.: It. 22 10. an officer or director of this. bank.A. of Northwest Quarter ScollcTownship

,, and Safety; Mike Dew badges in Gray and School Superintendent evangelist of all time. He and The report was voided with ad- ....The under assessment said of 4-9ths the Certificate saId PI'Op.ty Clerk of Circuit. J.Court THOMAS County, of. containing 7 20 South Acres, ,Ranire more or 22 1H 1

Public Health and Safety; Enos CoHn English asked no Wesley argued some about these journment of the Seventy-Fifth No. 356 was In the name of Un Bradford, State of Fluildtt. The assessment of the. said perty
: Hayes, badge in Public Health I known: the Assessment of under the said c..tlflcattsued
; change in their regular budgets Interpretations, but neither one of Congress. property under said the said was In the hame of J. 19. L
Arch Thomas, Jr., badges in Public them was Certificate No. ISOT1CW Unless said certificate shall b.deemed .
spiritually ::157
although helped by Chairman Mansfield (D Texas wan In the
English listed $144,000 ) name of Evelyn Notice .Is hereby
Health and their I Liddon. given to all whom according to law, the pr
Pathflndlng; Frank more as necessary for free textbooks aiguments. They are now of the Rivers and Harbors Com Unless said certificates It may concern that I have filed my erty described therein will be >
Robinson III, badge in Horseman- in heaven shall he final accounting with Ji:. K. Ferry to the highest bidder
up together. I sup- mittee said members ask redeemed acrordinK at the 4 Gray, English, Gibbs and might to law, the man, County Judge of Bradford house door on the flrst Monday
ship. I Knott listed pose by this time they have been new before properties cleMcrlhed therein will be County, Florida, and will
their own salaries at hearings reporting the Mold to the highest. on the 3rd the month of February 1939, *?.
j 5,000 i same as they receive now, able to harmonize the Calvanistlc Green bill out at this session. Court-bonne door on the bidder first at Mon the I day application of February for Final A. I). 1939, make Is the 6th, day of February 1931
Discharge as Dated this 10th day of Jan
GUM BRANCHAnnie and Governor Cone proposed no and Arminlnn teaching. both of Some Congressmen also anticipated day which In I Is the the Month of March 1939, Administrator of the Estate of Jesse. 1939.
6th.,
which seem to be set forth in the D. day of March, A. Thomas, deceased (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Then
change in his a demand for 1939.
Mite $7,800 a by
Ilarnage Cor. a year salary.! re-survey A. J. '
Thomas Administrator.Jan. Clerk of Circuit
I Court of Brad
Bible. At least, I hope so; for 1,1! the War Dated this 18th, day of January .
Department. 6, 13 19
The governor, who was 111 for A. I). 1939.OJo'Jo'ICIAL. 25. County, Florida. ((1-13 4t.
.: : J. A. Harnage and son, Billie many weeks did not attend the by the grace of God am going to : Mansfield saId the committee ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I
Mr. and heaven some day and I don't want Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford NOTICK OI11)KU fiV. tIll.lrATI\! ( \ AMNOTICK :
f Mrs. T. N.
Norman and i this
opening budget sesaion! although to hear I session would include 15 Democrats County, Florida. 1-20 5t 2-17 Notice 'Is hereby given to all whom TO APPI34H
daughters Helen and Dorothy, and attaches in his office said he had any arguments and fus- and 10 Republicans. in the It may concern that I have filed my The /State! at Florida to 8.
little Harley Newmans the been sing when I get there. I have had fhurtrr Vnittl.rr 4(>5 Final Accounting with the Honorable Kianw. whose residence Isknown
visited old
following closely plans for enough of that in committee there were only six MKPOHT: OP (0:\ ni'iov OF E. K. Perryman, County Judgeof *
t bedside of the former's sister, Mrs.J. the discussions.The this world. Republicans. Ki.oiunt ClANK< A'!' ST.timn. Bradford County, Florida, and You are notified that Mabel
; D. Dobbs of Lake City Sunday. commission's This final word. I have been of Stark". In th" xtnie ... KlorMn, will on the 3rd day of February A. son Evans as plaintiff has d
report is due lit the rl..M* of bunliirxii on Drcrmhvr D. 1939, ask for Final Discharge as filed her affidavit for the l isi'oo
: H Keene and son, Vanlce In the hands of the Legislature 30 able to work for all these years CONGRESS IS NOW 31, 1IMN.; Administratrix of the Estate of Ben- of this order along with her bi1

,, Keene, of Shamrock. spent the days before the with the saints on both sides of ASSKTS jlman HOcking. deceased.. complaint for divorce ntcaindt )
session the Cal h. Hazel
opens < balances with other Hocking Hueseman, Sandy Evans as defendant, In''
week-end here with relatives. first week In April.DOUBLE. this question, and I have never GETTING CITIFIED banks, and cash Items. Administratrix.' cult Court of Bradford County P'

Mrs. W. F. Harnage is spending had to compromise nor have I had United In procenH Stated of Government collection S 91,661.39 Jan. 6, 13, 19, 25. Ida Evans In. are Chancery hereby: and required you, to Si

a while with her son-in-law and RUN any trouble about the matter with I WASHINGTON Congress is obligations, direct and NO''IC'E OF APPLICATION: pear in said cause on Februar'
any spiritually-minded fully guaranteed __ roll T\X J>":. IJJiI..t. 1939. Bradford County Telegram
daughter and man. A getting citified. 4,60000
Mr. Mrs. J. D. State ( .
1'11'11.V.. A. Tyler. Cor. (county and munici 11111 Vo. 1H.1: designated as the newspaper for
Methodist
Dobbs of Lake City. and a Baptist preacher Time was when the majority of pal obligations __ h_ 151,80720 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.. publication of this order
both friends of mine, were talkingone Loans and discounts _____ 96,984.28 That F. M. Pack ham holder of Tax Witness my hand and officialat
Mrs. Louise Denmark and Acres Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and the members were born on farms. Banking: house owned, Certificate No. 166 Issued the 7th Starke, Florida this January

I Chatman of Jacksonville spent the Jr. and Mm. W FT. Wllann. atforwi..._ ....I. -- ---- -- 6 U. u.u' .. ( ) A.
week-end here with tb.e tormer'sparents ed church at New River .uun can lOse of rural residents are in the minority TOTAL ASSETS made application for a tax Ac d"t;; As Cleric of Bald Circuit Court.
salvation
Sunday "
after he gets It ? The I.MD1LIT1K4 A\I CAPIT.l" I be Issued thereon. I Knight & Knight Attorney
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. morning. in the congressional direc- I Deposits > Said certificate
Methodist preacher said, "I am a of Individuals. embraces the fol plaintiff.
Rudolph Chlam spent the week- Misses Rosie and Edith Moore of l ittle afraid I might lose it." The tory which carries biographies of = lowing described property In the Jan. 6. 13, 11
end with his mother Mrs. N. M. lellbronn Springs were visiting the members. It shows that 211
Baptist then spoke. "Don't
Bradley near Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious worry; were born in cities of towns under
.Moore: you can't lose it." The Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner of l ast week. hesitated, and then asked 50.000 population. One hundredten
Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown "Are were born !in big cities, and 136
were you sure? Well, if I can't, I can't,
F. S. Sapp Wednesday night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Coleman and you don't have to worry about on farms.

Mrs. N. M. Bradley of Boatdraln Sunday.We me, but I'm still a little Of those' who first exercised

was visiting relatives in this section are sorry to report of the scared." The Baptist closed the their vocal cords in the agricultural "

Sunday. sickness of little June Jarvia. We conversation with this speech "I areas, five were born in log

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and hope she will soon recover. am sorry you do not have the comfort cabins and proudly say so. Three

;. family of the State Farm were Mr. and Mrs. George Crews! of I enjoy from believing: in the were born on ranches, and one in

visiting relatives in this section Ortega were visiting Mr. and Mrs. security of a believer, but we are a sawmill camp. :
I. :
.
Earnest Wilmot .
,' Sunday. Sunday.Mrs. brothers, and some day we shall Fourteen members-the largest "
!i. Stevens and daughter De- number in
A. J. Crawford of understand it all. years-were born in
Bootsey'sBeach lois
were
visiting Mrs. Earnest foreign countries. Here's
and George Gaskins of Wilmot Sunday. "By grace are ye saved, through tribution. the dls-

Heilbronn were visiting Rudolph I Sunday School Is faith." "The blood of Jesus Christ
held
Chism and R. C. Keene Sunday. New Congregational at the God's Son, cleanses from all sin." Germany 2, Scotland 2, Wales 2,

Mr .and Mrs. Marcus Conner Church Methodist 2alvmlsts and Armlnlana agree about Austria 2. and one each In Czechoslovakia

and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Conner :30.: Everybody every Sunday evening at these things. I think If we Sweden Norway, Ireland

and sons, all of Rising were visiting every second and welcome.fourth also I trust JesUs to save us, and If we England and Canada. G

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp Sunday and Saturday Sunday really sincerely want to do His Most of them explain they were
niglil Rev.
afternoon. Rhoden of C. H. I will that He will not be harsh brought to the United States by ", .
Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey were preach.Mr. will with us when we meet Him at the parents and the biographies show I "a

visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- and Mrs. Lester I Judgment Seat because we were that all of them were educated :\ \)
Hall I
bough of Hellbronn Monday. children of Cltra and too "dumb" to understand every. here. 1 I O #S .

We are glad to report that Mrs. were visiting her thing. I am rather Inclined to .d -otfO
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan College men are the rule and not
- V. S. Sapp is Improving after being Sunday.Mr. think that He appreciates our accepting the exception, although lots of 7 #

111 for the past week. whatever He says even if them didn't O
and Mrs. graduate.
W. A. Eighty- .
Mrs. E. R. Yarbough and Tyler and we cannot, because of our ignorance eight fs \.r #
.. son baby daughter, Evelyn and Mrs. members went no further V'" v -
Charney of Woodlawn, were visitIng harmonize His sovereignty than O tf "f>
G. L. Kersey and small grade school. ; \ .
Jim-
son, with our free wills.BOATDRAIN. c. S\V' :
relatives in this
section Tuesday I mie, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. The member* who probably has j.\. tf ..." Q; ::;
afternoon. : Fred more college \. '" rt ......1.'J.>
Woods of Lawtey Monday degrees than any 4. -oi1.1.tf r V"

I night. other. Senator Glass (D Va.), never tf'\. V') '\... O3 s. O tfO .

NEW CUIITO..EItIl We are to Airs. went to college. The .. i.O tf 0 >>
II'L"RIOA sorry report the Z. Z. Grlffls, Cor. degrees \ i<:>% f
<(
cO c %
POWER A LIGHT COi death of the small are honorary. I O"
son of Mr. and CO
...t a local -.. .vh. ...I.t... d'O .otfO ,
Mrs. Among the oddities
I .... I. ... .I.t.. .11h ...... Rudolph Bryant. Miss Mae Prevatt disclosed in I ; ::0
I vire .. your ...... ....1..1_. was the weekend the biographies Is this: Rep. Joe I tf :4 ; c.:0::
R..I.. 0..1.S..I. guest of Mrs. J. B. Rye of '
B. Bates
a Democrat .
... HIGHLAND Starke. was born In I ,

O. I. PIIILL.P8 ......t.p MIss 91. E. Crews. the town of Republican, Ky. .. Correspondent Harold Prevatt has returned ,. .c;.
I

Mrs. M. L. -Crews of the State, home Sanford after with spending his two weeksIn Aid To The Blind
sister Mrs.
II DRINK MORE Farm and Mrs. A. A. Crews of William Bailey. December checks were mailed to

Belle Glade visited relatives here, eleven recipients of aid to the
MILK Monday. Mrs. Ada Griffls was in Waldo I blind in this county for an aggre-

Saturday night on business. I gate sum of $154. an''
William
and Elwood Padgett of according to
Jacksonville were guests of F. M. Albert Grlffls attended the live' announcement 'by the State Welfare -I

ti Crews Sunday. stock market In Oamesvllle Mon. Board this l week.

(! Owen Marr and son, Billy olMima t day.Mrs. NOTICE- OK.TEACHERS'EXAMINATION

visited J. T. Marr here Dave Woodard and child: The Above Quotation is
Reprinted
Saturday and: Sunday. ren and Mrs. Albert Glisson spent From "Fuller's Florida Letter"Weekly Fin

., And Drink Mrs. Effie Carter and Miss Jewel last unday in Lake City with Mrs. ancial News of the State Published by State
Teachers'
Carter were In Jacksonville Woodard's sister, Mrs. Molly Har. Examinations will be Senator Walter P. Fuller)) of St.

I The Best Monday.Dr. rell. given Thursday, Friday and Saturday Petersburg, Florida.

February 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
and Mrs. Joe Griffis
Wllfield McDonaldand I of Clay County was
FROM I In the court of
E. L Padgett of Green visiting In this room the Court APPLY NOW
Cove section Sunday. House. Examinations will TO CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
begin COURTTO
PETERSON'SDAIRY Springs spent! Sunday here with .

.c Mrs. H. C. Wlmberley and family.WhUe Typewriter ribbons and carbon promptly plicants must at eight come o'clock.prepared All with ap WAIT MIGHT MEAN
here they visited 1 LOSS OF YOUR
the Long I paper at the Bradford County Tel. Ink and legal cap paper. PROPERTY 1 1P.GE
I Branch Cemetery near Maxwell. I egraph. 1-20 2t

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Ia nbdl, RI JAMES SEWELLEditorInChid REPRESENT B. II. 8. AT GRADE NEWS Three Grades BIOGRAPHYA. Mammy Sez: HONOR ROLLFirst
try, D.
A.
R. CONVENTION -
orhR THIRD GRADEWe Enjoy Basketball
A Z. ADKINS, JR.Usls'tant Monday m i1ij' g'tbe Z. ADKINS Lands allfc, but another week Grade -- Mrs. Roberts,
Senior
are
Dual, Editor-In-Chid Class selected watching our onion and Tournament Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins an- has done flew by. Teacher Harry Green, Elaine
by balloting, Alma tomato plants in
grow our School
aIIT.at : Murrhee. to represent B. H. S, at Box. We nounced the birth of a son on Yes, sir, I wonders how many Chesser, Marion McRae.
are
J Jj p: Varn.hEDITORIAL the D. A. R. convention at Ocala. dally as to their keeping growth etc.records I The inter-class basketball tour- Sunday June 19, 1921.A. ob you ails wuz disappointed wid First Grade-Miss Lllley Teach

smith, Mary Edwards, This Is done yearly by the senior Mrs. Z. has grown to the heightof dose report' cards dat come oudt er-Frank Rosser.
ahla Biggs, Teacher.
d 1 five feet ten inches tall and has
OIL, "41th Claret FI merrhee class In towns in every state. She last Wednesday.I First Grade M. Middleton
ent and grades with the 9th grade. The a fair complexion.This .
is selected with the following qual- GRADE THREE declare dat Enza and Do- Teacher, James Gassett, Earl
9th grade won by a score of 11 to blond boy has been and
he a b ities in view: Homer O'Neal was the only one shla sho do believes in dressing Kersey, Lucile Sweat, Catherine
9. The captains were Flynn for still Is a leader in school and social -
1.
he avidep Dependability in our room on the honor roll up ta come to school Dey wear Gainey.
ROBERT E. LEE the 7th and 8th; Crews for the activities. He was president
.ERAL Punctuality this month. some ob de most beautifulest
Several others would Second Grade Evelyn Ritcli
ullorid about this great 9th grade. of the junior class of 37-38 and
much Truthfulness been dresses.
tell absent
or tardy. and Miss Hogsed, TeachersBe-
endless time. Hee The second game was between vice-president of the Student "
would take c-Loyalty bee nabsent or tardy. Mammy wants ta gib dat Claraa atrice Bennett Isabelle Parker
a
Body. Again this A. Z.
best known and best lOB under L A. Johns and the year was
the Self-Control..
of We have been few pats on de back. She is de Lelia Driakell. Madge Brownlee
, reading about elected president of the senior I
ta lived in the 2. 11th grade' under Bishop.
ever
that Service.
mon men different methods of transportation. class of '39. most business-like girl around .Geraldine Cox June Caldwell Bet-
He will always be remem- Cooperation We have colored picturesto The game was fun, ending witha here. She does her work so goodIn I..y Flynn, Daniella Jordan. Idell
eld, for his Honor Courtesy, b--Courtesy sided scoring. The 11th He was an outstanding playeron
ofear show the changes in methods one de office.I Landrum, Audrey Moore, Vivian
rage, Honesty, and Loyalty Consideration of others. We are grade won by a score of 19 to 2 the football team.A. McRae, Peggy Ann Wiggins
making clay canoes, etc., wonder wat all da Is I'm hearIng -
,
luring his four years as a cadet i 3. Leadership. .1 to show the with Carl Edwards as high scorer Z, has represented the student -
amo; early ways that peo- about next week-end Sh- Third Grade Mrs. Biggs.
LI West Point, he did not receive a-Imagination I, ple traveled.In with eleven points. The game body many times including a never mind let me have three Teacher-Joe Montieth, Claud,
j A good example of this' Personality placed the 11th and the 12th visit to the Rotary Club where he
tloah Jmerit. science we have been study- guesses and leave off de first two. Johns Edwin Williams Mlrlan
His :- to decide the championshipof made a short talk.
man. loyal- Ability to Lead grades
By remarkable Ing the age of Reptiles. We have i Gee, but I hopes dat last Fridayde Hornsby, Annie Lee McDavld.
the south, even though he 4 Patriotism Group 2, while the game between Some of his hobbles are swimming -
vld, for made some of these queer animalsout thirteenth didn't get any ob Audrey Ann Prevatt, Rebecca
eat against slavery, was never a-Interest and pride in family, of clay. the 0th and 10th grades to -especially at Kingsley Pond you down Simpson.
he r Lee will always rein school, decide the winner of Group 1, The -and of
amval inished. community and nation. E. Buddington, Teacher. dancing; one his main Interests Does Little Women seem to have Third Grade Miss Budding-
very dear In the hearts of Out of the three girls with the winner of the two groups will is a certain brunette girlin bad a good time in Jacksonville ton Teacher-Hommer D'Neal.

'I A I South. most votes the faculty selects one play Field Day, January 20, 1939. the junior class. last Friday. Dey should hab more Fourth Grade Mrs. Hart

to represent the school. Her name FOURTH GRADEWe The third game was between the Not only does A. Z. have a good ob dem so dat de girls could miss Teacher-W. B. McKinney, Louise
veldal and address are proud of the 9th and lOA Monday, January
OUCH I are sent to the Chair- very three on personality but also a fine char- more school. Edwards, Esther English, Joyce
of new books given to for 16 to decide the Group 1 cham-
for man the Pilgrimage, for Flor- us our acter.
His honesty and self reliance Dose Brooker boys aho seem to Moore.
eIRer 'iI ida, at Ocala. In March the library. We have bought three pion. The game was won by lOA
final
following statements were has done much In making: have a good basket ball team! Ask Fourth Grade-Mrs. Andrews,
?e selection for the state will be held new ones ourselves with money with a score of 8 to 6. The captains .
ten by Sophomores and Jun- people have confidence in him. Marian, Doshla, and Clara about Teacher-Doris Summer!
h of B. H. S. They were sup- in Tampa and the selection shall made by the class. were Cbaataln-10A; Crews He has a quick receptive mind, i dat. I think dat dey will agree Fifth Grade Miss Morgan.
i be made by lot. On We are glad to have -9th. The high scorer was Turner -
dun be showing the connec- April 14, the Williamand ready wit and a flow of Imagination wid me. Teacher-Marlon Manning, Mary
ed to
am L between Items in series of re- girl selected will be sent to Wash- Mildred Brown join our class. for the winners and Jones for which will fit him for his 1 I hears dat de Lawtey boys und Lee Overstreet. Hazel Fields.
ington, D. C. for three days of They come from Orlando. Our the losers. coming career. girls nearly made themselves sick
d words. (What connections!) Sixth Grade Miss Kennedy
.
amii he Goddess of Liberty, that sightseeing and Patriotic inspira- enrollment Is now twentyeight.We After graduation he plans to at de oyster supper last Friday Teacher Bryan Harrell.

ds !in the New York Harbor, tion. All expenses will be born by can keep clean now. For Primary JinglesFIRST enter Cltldal University and study night. Sixth Grade-E. Searing, Teach
the D A. R. We all hope that you we have samples of Lifebouy soap Mammy notices dat John hasn't
be seen from France.loos law. To become a good lawyer, er-Oleeta Green Bobby Biggs,
lot I are the homes of Eskl- will be selected this year for the and Pepsodent tooth powder. We GRADE NEWS which Is a fanrtlv characteristic fallen down In third period study Bernard Jordan.

made of blocks of ice. (Poor trip Alma! like them very much. We have our new number work- is his greatest ambition. We are hall any more. Nice going, John, 8th. Grade Jimmy Grlffls.
:v I
\.Tem Imos! Jean Mann is sick. We hope books and are very proud of them. sure that A. Z. will keep up the keep it up. Sarah Barefoot, Nina Bishop,
( ) Guess Who? that she will soon be well and backIn We are enjoying them very much. good work and climb to the top Gee, but dat Cooter sho can Gloria Buford. Shirley Colley, Ida
dadr ie Panama Canal locks the Attic There is a certain Junior who school. We are sorry that many of us of the ladder of success I get de girls all excited! I don't Lula Davis, Clarice Thomas.

, [ and Pacific Oceans. is well known for her dignity. She Doris Summer Is on the honor have been out of school with know how he does it, but he really 7th. Grade Bishop Myrick,

to ere are Pyramids of slaves in has dark brown hair and large roll this month. Chickenpox, but glad that most of OLA INEZ ROSIER I knows how. Mary Jo Caldwell Roberta Whit-

Irad Pt brown eyes. She Is considered Mrs. us are back again. It was on the bright sunshinyday Vernon has certainly started field, Fay Yarbrough.9th. .

he Mississippi River overflows pretty by everyone who knows her Andrews, Teacher. Mrs. Roberts, Teacher. of April 18, 1919, a brown- studying Literature, lately Grade-Buddy Davis, Enos

Zu, dams and floods the United and was elected "Miss Bradford" FOURTH- eyed baby was born to Mr. and -he made a hundred on a test Hayes, Athua Haynes, Joe Allen

In lies Government. She has a very pleasing person- We GRADE SECOND GRADE Mrs. James Rosier. This baby was one day last week. It's too bad Lander Carrie Belle Bennett, Ida

I, ality and has many friends. were glad to welcome two We have a new work book, born on a small farm near Lu<,v- all ob de senior claas Isn't as smartas Lee Cone, Margie Matthews, Mae
Ipa ellow and white second sheetsthe Answer: new pupils to our class week .before "Goals In Spelling." We like it tey. After much thinking and Vernon.I Parker.
last Cherrle
bto Bradford County Telegraph Margaret Pearce Mae Thomas very much. We are reading a wondering they decided to name thinks dat Georgia and Brooker 10th. Grade-Carolyn Keen, Vir-
from Waldo and _Frances_ __._) Thomas
from Baldwin. on science reader and we are learning her Ola Inez. To make her name stay on some ob our girls ginia Padgett, Mabel Johnson,

many things about our out of short they call her Inez. minds. Of course, I wouldn't know Ferol Jones, Nelletha Lavender,

'ea In Geography, we are taking an doors. Inez has a very pleasing person- which ones. Jack Hale

day RI imaginary trip to Norway Mrs. Kitty Hogsed, Teacher. ality which wins her many friends. Well chiluns, keep on keepln' llth. Grade-Leland Sponholtz,
All Hart !is reading: us the Norwegian on-
She has brown curly hair with fair L. C. Smith Jr.
ou Twins and we are painting SocietyThose complexion.Inez Your, 12th Grade Gladys Garrett,

hoadl ii scenes of Norway.At attended school In Lawley Mammy. Lorraine Hartmun. Ruth Murrhee,

..e our regular class meetinglast who attended the Junior until she graduated frOm the ninth ----. Louise Warren Peggy Stanley.

week we elected new officers Woman's Club Institute in Jack- grade in Lawtey, then she enter- Elementary Echoes

,.rr1a to serve for two months. They sonville Friday were: Gayle Sew- ed B. H. S., in the tenth and has nest Lavender.

s v were as follows: ell, Sadie Prince, Edith Rowe, remained here ever since. SIXTH GRADE NEWS Bullentln Board Lorene Mon-
'
a /: 1 President-W. B. McKinney. Betty Stringfellow, Jacqueline She likes football, basketball We have Just finished Russia. Grief, Chairman; Garnlta Hutto,

Vice-President-Jimmie Brown Andrews Marian Dowllng Enza and diamond ball. Her dislikesare and are now studying the Empireof Helper.

1a, Godwin. Weaver and Doshla Smith conceited people. Japan. We have learned a Monitor: Paul Andrews and O.

bIL 4' \ Secretary-Marian Brown Edith Rowe, Enza Weaver and Inez inteds to be a school Russian Folk Song, "Volga Boat- F, Underhill

Marian Brown, Reporter. Johnie Chalker spent Sunday aft- teacher when she finishes school. men's Song" Library Esther Crews, Mar

F Mrs. Hart, Teacher. ernoon In Jacksonville. We wish you, Inez, much luck and We elected new officers lust gatet Tomlinson and Bryan Har
a Doshla Smith visited In Galnes- happiness in the future. week rell.

0ar' SIXTII GRADE NEWS vill eThuraday afternoon. skin Prenldent-Edna :Mae Mosley lo'lowers-"Steve Weldon< Lorene

auor 4tIe, s We have been studying Norwayand Juanita Barefoot was hostess to paper, letter and Vice-Prpsldent! -- Ernest< Lavender Moncrlef.

ord ..a'laaoi Sweden in our Geography, It. many of her friends Saturday legal size paper at the Bradford News-Garnlta Hutto.

is very Interesting.Our night when she celebrated her County Telegraph Secretary Green. Windows-Harrel Tomlinson.
I 7 H _
C teacher is reading the Nor- seventeenth birthday with a we- Treasurer-Arline Dew Program Isaac Owen and Er-

0 'J ye1,4.Aaa ay1Rsaes wegian Twins to us. iner roast at Kingsley lake. Betty Stringfellow, Inman Green. Housekeepers -- Chairman: Lola nest Lavender.

4k We elected new officers this Grace Green, Doshla Smith and Enza Weaver, John Chalker, Ever- Housekeepers -- Lola Tyler. Health/ InspectorSteve Weldon

U week Edith Rowe attended the Georgia- ett McKinney, A Z, Adkins, Jua- Chairman; Mary Ellen Wasdin, and Isaac Owen
Florida basketball game In Gaines- nita Barefoot and Jimmie Sewell Frances Griff und Eva Todd, Desk Inspector -Walter Taylor.

" b President-C. W. Colson. ville Saturday night were present at League Union in Helpers. Teacher, Mills Kennedy.

Vice-president-Dorothy Will- Helen Dowllng, Gayle Sewell, Waldo Thursday night. Hoard- -Lyle Anderson and Er- Reporter Garntta Hutto.
Iams.

Secretary-Oleta Green

Treasurer-Frances Colley. a
'& Librarian-Lucille Bowers
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0[ Amrtaaa >a ; ;;... ii I 0).....rf Oll OIII'nar t Crower.o I Program Chairman-Berta Lee

B.".'B-Be 6m _ii OS 0 B..cr.... ::;h Iee+aol I 7y'rp George. 1rNa

CbJ\.I1. 1.-' Tate' 0 Blad. a Lea Sf.. I Flower Monitor-Leo Cooper
rooltrf t
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ODhde) eo..PrF R th Board Monitors Bobby Biggs M.p ;
0110- yloin. t ra 00-. lolUaQJ 1>I' and Mack Futch.
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C Opea taoad' bs > _.s... 0 T3. lI .lf..ufHrIaiL: :: Mrs. Searing, Teacher. :
o Utaa' 1 p 0.....de M'rf..a+. i iW n Dorothy Williams, Reporter.
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7n, teaMataaa -- 1 :. 0 goa ,:r rsdoW :::: luck to have a black cat followingyou W',1, '" i '' yes f

c go.thaa -1 Tsa 1711o.aa' ,. Word! -- J :nCw.w I ?" '

I 1si Juanita: "Depends on whether

,. you're a man or a mouse."

t.., Ii Contributor: "Has the joke edi- 'r //f4 ; t4; 0' )44 C 4

cms no. I.AU. one .a a tor got my Joke yet?"

ftIa wewap pw.I,... 1roa on non T This Ifowipap**.I,.*. rOB Alt. Tom "Office boy: "Not yet, but he's .,
trying hard" i :' f4ro ),
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" Christine: "I read in the papers:
( a
: orro <4< science has discovered that singing f
Thu xaer.pap.rI Two BALL Tool' T1J.K... Tea' ALL SIX *warms the blood."

2 Mavcnlaes A I'oa' on 2' A rOB ONLY Buddy: "I don't doubt that at r New :3r' R y' p' K l
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I II I,," 1E:= B $225 3== B $255 all.made I've my blood heard boil.singing" that has

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Orator: "What do we see on _. jt
every hand?"

Jewett: "Four fingers and "
thumb." a i I a 4 ."Delicious and refreshing." That's Ice=cold

g- I p Coca-Cola... the drink everybody knows..in its
Clerk: "I am to hear of e -
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'ri ... ... l. like me to take his place?" 0, sunny climes. Your thirst asks nothing more: ;]'

c "_ Off l7 ..... Manager: "Very much, IT' you
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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY it

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Miss Catherine Elizabeth Novel With Florida LAWTEY i business visitors to Kanaa
Mo., this week. ,H
Shands Becomes Bride if Setting Reviewed At O. J. Phillips. Correspondent

g S ik*11 Samuel Tucker Dell)), Jr. Book Club FAVORITE Strawberry-Movement a business L. H. Futch visitor of here Macclenny Tnej,, ,

Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.S. "The Yearling," a bestsellingnovel I RECIPES Despite the cold weather we Mrs. V. R. Reddish end

T. Dell Jr., of Gainesville will with a Florida setting, was have had for the past few days O. J. Phillips were vl81lblr t

be Interested in an account of their entertainingly reviewed by Miss several crates of Strawberries are Jacksonville] Tuesday,

wedding which was an event of D" IL's Food CakeDevil's Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Andes
Gertrude fleeting of Green Cove on the local market dally whichare
Birthday Recital Auto-Party Is Enjoyed By last Saturday night in Gainesville. visitors to Starke
Food sold] to local buyers at an Wed1ll1d.-
!
of the Springs at the regular meeting of Cake seems to be afternoon..
Mr. Dell la the grandson
Given By Pupilsof 'Intermediates of of the favorites and think average of eight cents per pint.
of one big
late Col. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks the Book Club, a department Ralph Sorrell of Dlrltlln
Mrs. CanovaThe Methodist Sunday SchoolThe of Mr .and Mrs. how nice It la to find a recipe thatis Ala. has
and the nephew the Woman's Club. Tuesday nightat Business accepted a postu .!
piano pupils of Mrs. L. A. W. L. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the home of Mr. and Mrs L. good yet inexpensive. Mrs. F. Changes the store of R. R. Thede "

Canova presented their regular Intermediate Dt'partmentI Brownlee, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. A. Davis. F. Flume sent us one this week O. J. Phillips has taken over the M. B. Plummer was
a b
I In filling and service station that
monthly studio recital Wednesday of the Methodist Sunday School I'' Wilson, all of Starke and spent Before giving synopsis of, the that is Just that-good but for visitor to Gainesville Tuesday"
has been operated the past
afternoon. This event took the enjoyed an "Auto-Party" Tuesday I'the summer months with his parenta story, Miss Heering told something expensive. We know you're right several by W. H. Edwardson C. F. Carter and R. c C L
years
to this
ready try one.
form of birthday recital, the at their home bell
a on KIngsley were business
of Its author, Marjorie Kin-
night from'seven until nine-thirty State Road 13. He will continueto vlaltonj
1-2 butter
i
pupils appearing on the program Lake. Mrs. Dell is the daughterof I I nan Rawlings, with whom she is cup Gainesville Wednesday
operate a first class filling station -
o'clock In the class rooms Mrs. 1 1-4 cups sugar
in order of their birthdays begin Mr. and Mrs. William Augua-I personally acquainted. She stat- there. --

ning with January. Frank Robinson, counselor of the tine Shands of Gainesville and has ed that Mrs. Rawlings also writes 2 eggs BOOTSEY'S BEACH\
2 sifted flour.
7 At the close of the recital a department, was hostess on this many friends here. I poetry and that the descriptive cups
I 1-2 teaspoon salt New Postofflce Clerk Miss Effle Crawford, t
Cur
surprise party was given in honor delightful occasion. Miss Catherine Elizabeth : passages in her book discloses 1 teaspoon soda Mrs. Lucille Shurford, who has -

of Pitner Vandlviere. son of The auditorium of the building Chande, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I this poetic nature. "The Yearling," 1 cup canned milk been employed for the past sev- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere who William Augustine Shands was definitely book without i"
a pioneer eral
was attractively decorated'with 6 tablespoons cocoa years as clerk In the local visitors to Jacksonville Monde !
celebrated his seventh birthday married at 8 o'clock Saturday plot, will live through the as !
arrangement of narcissi and fern. agea 1 teaspoon vanilla. postofflce, has resigned! from this Little Esther Geiger returned J
anniversary at this time. evening In the Holy Trinity Episcopal one of the beet examples of
position and Postmaster R. R. her home here
made Sunday after
Unique automobile placards
into the Cream butter an daugar and add sIng
The door
leading dining Church In Gainesville to Americana, Miss Heering said.
by Buddy Davis, were displayed on Thede has employed Wright Me the past two weeks
room was opened and the guests Samuel Tucker Dell, Jr., son of The time is the nineteenth cen- flour sifted with the other dry with i
to fill this .
the wall and directed the gueststo Garlthy position.Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, ,
were Invited Into the room for refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tucker Dell. and ingredients alternately with the Q t
tury the setting Is In the heartof .
different places of amusement.This milk. Then add and mix and Mrs. E. E. Burney of Geiger, of Starke.
The lace-covered novel party was under the The ceremony which united "two the scrubnear, the little townof well. Bake in three eggs layers in a Jacksonville spent the week-end Mrs. G. B. Johns left Saturn
table was centered with a
dining of Florida's oldest Volusia on the St. Johns River.
families was here with relatives. .
for
direction of the Recreation Plant City where she
com- wit
moderate (
birthday cake, iced in white and The next ,of the club oven ((350))
performed the Rev. Hamilton meeting
mittee, composed of Marjorie by I Mrs. G. W. Roberts spent the an extended visit.
topped with seven burning white West will be held at the home of Mrs. Put layers together with the
with the
Davis chairman, Patsy Keen prayer given by week-end at the home of her par- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Suliirn
candles. Tall white tapers in Comer Perryman, Buddy Davis the Rev. Francis B. Wakefleld, '.11.1: E. L, Biggs at which time the Rev. following filling: ents In Deland.W Jacksonville spent the week

brass holders balanced the central and Billy Lee. White gladioli and white carnations Frank Robinson will review 1 1-2 cups confectioners sugar .H. and Billy Edwards are here with, Mr... Jean Gaaklc
arrangement. Favors of sparklers ornamented the altar on "Horse and Buggy Doctor" by 6 tablespoon canned cream.

balloons, and assorted can- After playing many automobile which burned white cathederal Arthur E. Hertzler. 1 tablespoon butter
dies added a further note of festivity games and contests the guests .
candles in tall candelabra. Hundreds Mix well and cook three minutes -
to the occasion were served refreshments of cookies of candles also studded the Tommy Edwards HonoredAt over a low flame stirring Cut Prices On' All
and punch by Mrs. Robinson
Mrs. Canova was assisted In gladioli and carnation decorated to I
Birthday constantly prevent scorching.
serving ice cream and cake to her assisted by Mrs. Leonard Smith.In chancel. Party

little guests by her mother Mrs. addition to the members of Tommy Edwards, son of Mr.honored After removing from fire add one CAT i Awn nriMTCD 'nnn

y G. W. Alderman. the recreation committee those The bride, who was given In ---.A- -lf......."'nAA......... ....,..._......_.._....._.. _....-._ LL-...." teaspoon- vanilla extract. Reread- --- (
her I FILL /11111
marriage by father was lovely on cake. II1111JILL UUU1/J!
guest at a birthday party
present were: Virginia Anderson, In her
gown a Molyneux] inspiration *
Buffet Supper For Shirley] Colley, Elise Green, Bob- of regal dignity reminiscent given by his.. parents Saturday .
bie Biggs, Ida Lulu Davis, Gar- afternoon at their home In celebration BROOKER
Mr. and Mrs. RitchComplimenting i of the nineteenth centuryThe
Mr. and Mrs. nito Hutto Bryan Harrell, Fred basque-bodice and puffed of his eighth birthday an- alias Vera Gainey, Cor. LADIES COATS
niversary. Attractive
die Wimberley and Frank Robin- arrange-
Carlyle Ritch, who were recently III.Woman's. sleeves were fashioned entirely of ments of cut flowers, narcissi "PIK SUPPER"The
married In Starke Mr. and Mrs. son and run Alencon lace in bridal /' A Large Lot of Fine
predominating, were used in dec- P.-T. A. of Brooker Is -
J. H. Ritch, Jr., were hosts at a white. Four rows of tiny shir- sponsoring '
buffet supper Thursday night of Club to Meet rings were used to define the low orating. a pie and cake sale at the / Quality Ladies Winter

? }I\s\; week at their home in Gaines i The Starke Woman's Club will waistline from which fell a billowy After enjoying many games on school house Thursday night. Coats
the
1Id lawn Tommy and his friends January 26. Hot coffee and
r skirt of four layers of white
vine meet in regular session Wednes-
y were invited mtb. the doughnuts will be
tulle terminating in a long train. dining room available also, Worth $10.00Sale
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in
The service table, overlaid in day for
refreshments. The table was the coffee to be served free with
Tiny pearls were used to outline
the club auditorium to transactthe
lace, was centered with an artistic the Price
the Intricate attractively centered with the purchase of the doughnuts.
pattern of the lace
u arrangement of calendulae and business of the club. Mrs. L. Come
large birthday cake surrounded by out and enjoy a pleasant
at the heart-shaped neckline.The .
delphinium, balanced by tall blue A. Canova, president, will presideat blossoms and fern evening. $7.95Womens
long bridal veil of Illusion
the business meeting. All mem-
out and
tapers
carrying
a yellow
blue motif, Spring flowers bers are urged to attend. ten from a heart-shaped halo cap Mrs. Edwards 'was assisted in On February 6, the regular meet-

were. of pleated matching material designed serving refreshments of cookies ting of the P.-T. A. will be held In and Girls

in tiny seed pearls. A hip- sandwiches, and punch, to the the evening. It will be "Father's

h t HEROINE I I bles.placed The on the bride buffet and side ta- ]length cape of the illusion used young folk by Mrs/ R. L. Thomas. night" and a program will be COTTON SWEATERS
was presentedwith
over the long veil, was also scal- Those present'to enjoy the planned. Election of officers for

When headache dizzincis, sou* a boudoir lamp. loped. Her flowers were a French party with Tommy were: Mary next year will be hell at that Regular Value $1.00Sale
Enjoying the occasion with the
stomach biliousness, n.a. lack of guests of honor and the hosts Empire plaque of white petals and Louise Libby, Oleatha and Odessa time. A report of money which Price
were
appetite, and lutleuncM or that tired tithes of the valley used without Thomas, Kaspar Duncan Sonny has been made and spent for the I
Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Richarde of
fi
I oilage.. Cooper Charles, school by the P.-T. A.will be given.
feeling, are uociated lymptomi ol' the State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. H. Elizabeth Julia 79c
constipation HERBINB Miss May Graves of New York Ellen, and Agnes Lawson Vivian The picture show which is be-
ft
temporary ,
C. Ritch of Starke. Mr0. J. H.
City attended the bride as her and ing held at Brooker School on
will : Barney McRae, Madge
bring relief. It i
strictly a vegetable Ritch of Jacksonville Mrs. S. L.
mald-of-honor and her brides- Brownlee Friday nights was reported as
Joan Silcox, Mary Mer-
medicine free from harsh mini Peek of
Starke. Mrs. Rhetta Stan-
maids were the! bridegroom's slater sereau, Lucille being very good last Friday. The
-
Kite and J. H. :
ml tuft. f".oc. botcJe.CARPENTER'S ford of Gainesville, and several]
Miss Olive Dell) Miss Teresa McKinney. school gains a percentage of the LADIES DRESSES .
a DRUG STORE other guests of Gainesville. "
Graves, Mrs. Roy Purvis, Miss proceeds.

Hilton Brownlee of Gainesville W. M. S. Met Monday An Arbor Day program was

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Mrs. Samuel Dunlap Jr., of New Afternoon. given Friday January 13, In the A Fine Selection of

Many Yean Experience J\lakellit Possible for Me to Render York City; Miss Elizabeth Tatum school auditorium. Appropriate
The Woman' Beautiful Silks and
"Missionary: Soci- numbers were contributed
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE of Hattlsburg Miss., and Miss I by each
ety of the
Helen MacMIllan of Wilmington Methodist church met grade. (
MODERATE PRICES N. C. Barbara Ann Brlttal not Monday afternoon at the church The ninth grade of the Brooker Crepes

4, DeWITT C. JONES Jacksonville, a cousin of the bride and held a program and business Junior High School Is working on

Starke Florida was junior bridesmaid.Mr. meeting which was presided over "The Dude Ranch." Watch for details These latest'styles and

Dell was attended by his by the president Mrs. W. E. Mid- later

-.-=: cousin, Dr, J. Maxey Dell Jr., as dleton. Mrs. Edith Hough is still very colors originally sold for
best man. Groomsmen were T. Mrs. Frank Robinson conductedthe ill at her home here.

!fECT W. Shands of Miami, William meditation period and used as Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and $4.95 and $5.95On

1i ,, PROTECTION" Daniels of Bradenton, Ben Willis her subject "The Line of Discov small son spent the week-end at

"1Oe per of Tallahassee Henry Peters of ery." The subject of the programwas the Leland Brown home. Sale For Only
'' wbonb.I
1 [ jI..::' //.g: p.r.bleal' '", Kd acksonvllle; William Gillen of "Widening Horizons Through Brooker School will enter sev- >-

a .000 aud Ir OCaJParl'""aa.atJ: ;,...,dIa61G y-U ror Lll'l,; Tampa Milton Brownlee HenryL. Personal Service" and those takIng eral contestants in the Field- Day $3.95

..... dir.bl.d: Gray, nirkett F. Jordan and J. part were Mrs. Sam Anderson, events In Starke Friday.
..
r ernal.rhynnolmf0ta' ..etoyl Lancelot Lazonby of Gainesville. Miss Olive Ray Mrs. W. P. Smith Ovid Lewis spent last week in

: ....D D.I tel.a.. .. ., .ralcaJ t or Immediately after the ceremonyMr and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Jacksonville.Miss .

/ / .'00 EredwlnAo forte. tnted D7'cci. .and Mrs. Shands were hosts During the business session, Juanita McKenzie spent the MENS GIRLS AND BOYS

'10 ydewbied II;any al f'."...b.U 1II1aou at a wedding reception In the Mrs. E. I{, Perryman read the week-end in Starke with Miss ,

&Tl p f1110..:. Da/'"""c/I'brg/ :dd';: ;' roe ,, Thomas Hotel. minutes of the,previous meeting, Doris Hough. SWEATERS Corderoy Plaids

U .. ra'a. dcae..tilc Among those assisting during and the treasurer,:. Miss: Amelia The Howell children and the
ileerar........ 'ac.0 bpelbd.ar eo au...._Pow the reception were Mrs. A. VLong Ray gave a financial report of Cribb children have entered our ,ZIPPER JACKETS ZIPPER JACKETS

As .U ?Clr c1J x'd p'radoor/ due to stk.w Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, and the work accomplished In 1933. school. We welcome all newcomers -
.dll1utlt' nedicJ Mrs. F. A. Canova former residents though late in the school $4.00 Quality Regular $3.00 value
;:;;; ..tZndaC'! The Society was pleased to haveas yea.r.These
<
Leo p x4VCt" .': rru': of Starke. boys and girls come here
". a visitor Mrs. W. T.
i M .i aeae corn 7nhsi omombf Later In the evening Mr and of Baconton Jackson from Alachua and Gainesville re- $2.98 $1.98Good
:: ajF Ga., who is a guest
ei .ord wal Ia ..S..5fJs&Ks Mrs. Dell left on their honeymoonMrs. of her I spectively.Miss .
f" daughters. Mrs. D. P. Car-
:: I
Dell traveled I Vivian Parker la
In
a Scblaparell convalescing -
dl"b' penter and Mrs. T. T. At
low .tai. costume suit In Tyrol blue trim this Long. at her home here after a Assortment of Mens Weight
meeting 20 members Light
were
&*?!3 01 f''Ss''K med In platinum fox with hat of present. long illness.

'''' --. matching color. I Mr. and Mrs. Arle Johns and Mens All Wool
Mrs. Dell attended St. Circle Number One will meet SOD, Billy of Starke
Mary'sCollege were
HAROLD C. WALL Agency in Raleigh, N. C.. the I the first Monday In February at here of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey guests HATS AND CAPS BUTTONJACKETS

Florida State College for Women the parsonage with Mrs. Frank Saturday night.

_ RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY In Tallahassee, where she was a Robinson. Circle Number Two :Mrs. S. M. Mott entertained at All Sizes and Colors

OF PITTSBURGH member of the Chi Omega sororIty will meet with Mrs..; Carrie Ritch. her home Saturday afternoon witha

; and waa graduated from birthday party honoring her 98c A $3.00 value
r -- -- --- -- -----GIFTS Duke University and the NewYork Baptist W. M S. Holds son Pasco, on his fifteenth
'0'- '_H"IL II ._. 'OJ ._ L- _"_ _..... birth-
School of Interior Decora- Business and Program day. His friends presented him $1.98Sweaters
$1.00 Caps for
tion. She Is sponsor for the Meeting \ with many beautiful gifts. Several 79c

Lambda Sigma Sigma sorority and games and contests were enjoyed
I Is a member of the Gainesville The regular monthly businessand by the guests after which delicious
program meeting of the W. M.
Junior Welfare League. refreshments of cake and hot
_ Mr. Dell la the grandson of the S. of the Baptist Church was held chocolate were served by the

BRIDGE PRIZES late Mr. and Mrs. James Maxey Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock In hostess.
the church
with
the
Dell of Gainesville and on his president luij'' y
Mrs. A. M. Darby, presiding. The 0(0. I
t BRIDGE ACCESSORIESTHERE'S maternal side the grandson of the topic of the Devotional 'L-Io pi Twin Sweater Sets
late Col. and Mrs W T. Weeksof was "Do-
: Ing The Will of God:
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW Starke. He was graduated from \ 4/1iJ1ifi: $2.25 value for $1.89
the University of Florida and i ia is Mrs. L. G. Powell leader of /

member of the Sigma Alpha Circle No. One, had charge of the D' $1.98 value for $1.69

SPECIAL Epsilon fraternity and la also a program and was assisted by Mrs. \ / II
member of the American Bar Association. V. H. Carden and Mrs. Paul Ray \ $2.98 value for $2.49

Beautiful St.' Regis Double-deck Cards, a Among. the out-of-town guests Great mond. Commission.Their subject" was "The '


Regular 79c value for only 59c from Starke attending were: Mr. During the business session all Boys and Girls Good One Counter of
and Mrs. W. L. Wall Mr. and Mrs. members were ureged to atend the

H. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Quarterly Association meeting at SHOES WOMENS SHOES

Brownlee Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Belford January 31. At this
Brownlee] Miss Martha Brownlee Broken Sizes and
meeting linens will be received to
OUR JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE ON DRESSES You cant $1 25 value I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Judge be sent to the W. M. U. training Styles Pair
WILL SAVE YOU REAl. MONEYThere's and Mrs. A. ''z. Adklna Mr. and school! 4-1

Mrs. Fred Guy, and Mr. and Mrs. The program and church flow -.build: 98c

R. A. Weeks of Brooker. ers for February,will*be In charge $1.00

Does Bladder of Circle No. Two. with

a wonderful flower p
arrangement for
every Irritation Wake You MANY OTHER BARGAINS AWAIT
Asked To ashes
Meet
purpose. Our work is individual and we guarantee Its not normal Its nature. warn :
I'
satisfaction. ing ISo "DANUBIt test. Use buchu AlI AD.leaven.." Make this i' Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Woodman, YOU AT THIS STORE

oil and 6 other drugs ma Juniper| Circle guardian, asks all members { INSURE WITH
*reen tablet. Help the kidneys i to be
present at the Hall
CLAR flush out excess acids and other Tuesday
JEAN JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
SHOPPEPHONE wastes which ran cause the Irrita night at 7:30: o'clock. A distlnr Alexander & Co.

} -- 97 tion frequent resulting or scanty In getting flow burning up or, gulshed guest from,Omaha. Neb-',

backache Ask any druggist for raska will be welcomed. A program -

q ed Bukets.In 4 days.Tour Locally 1150 back at If Carpenter'not pleas. and refreshments will be en- PHONE IS B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr.PAGS .
Drug Store Joyed at 9 o'clock.
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JANUARY BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRACT1., STARKE. FTjORIDA I'AfiK VI If. at
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Myer of Congressman R. A. Green returned Teachers Examinations ed by :cvtrtlflcata o.---;;;and 182 1 Manor evidenced by certificate---- -404-
Tampa were guests Friday and I of 19111: and 1931 respectively, andrepresent of 11d7; Hlk 21 of Hampton Park
to his duties in Washington -
unpaid taxes for the
yearsI9SO Manor evidenced by
cortlfloate
40*
Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. M F. Wednesday afternoon via the Thursday Friday and Saturday, to 19.19 both Inclusive. / amounting of 1927; Hlk 23 of Hampton Park:
Bits of Hazon. February 2, 3, and 4, the court to $75.58. Manor, evidenced by' certificate 40S
Orange Blossom Special. He was AI.SO: All NWVi of SK4 W of of 1927.. BlU 23 of Hampton Park
house here will be the scene ofteachers' ("..nAI less IB A., Also. Except Com. Manor, evidenced" hy certificate 4O7
Alias Gertrude Heerlng of Green called from the Congressional Session at SW for of NW>4 of HK'Vi and of 1927; Hlk 24 of Hampton Park
examinations beginning Hun K RID ft Northwesterly 1300 Manor evidenced by rertlflcate tOil
r Cove Springs was the guest Tues- last week because of the Illness promptly at 8 o'clock each morn- ft .P. 325 .., to He!*.. Uec. 28 Tp 6 of 1927; Bile 25 of Hampton Park
Local Nevg day night of Mr. and Mrs. Edward i a. n. 22 E., containing 15 Acre, .Manor evidenced by certificate 409
and death of his father, W '
Ing. Applicants are asked to come more or I.... of 1927; Bile 26 of Hampton Park
Burns. H .Green. prepared with Ink and legal cap 'I The taxes to be sold are evidenced Manor evidenced by certificate 410
of 1927 lilk 27 of
f CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I ; paper. by certificate. No 208 or 1926. Manor ;evidenced by Hampton certificate. Park 411
Mrs. L.. D. and represent unpaid taxe for the of 1917 Also Certificate No.
Vining and Mrs. W. ; 1539
( OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Mr. and years 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive, of 1933 embracing all of the above
PROGRESS B. Sewell were guests Tuesday of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee' had as lunch :MOTICB OK "...IQ OP I amounting to $180.60. described Hampton Park Manor
the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. FischerIn TAX CERTIrICATEaNotice ALSO: !Rty! of NMr of NWy4 and Property and more particularly described -
eon guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Ii hereby given that T. J. 8WU of NWK and SW4 Sea. 6 Tp. a* Blocks 1. 3. 3. 4. 6. 6, 7,
Jacksonville. Albert George >of Passogoola, Alderman has filed with me writ 7 8 U. 21 R, containing 240 Acre., 8. >, 10, 11. 18 13, 14, Iii. 16. 17 18,
---A. Miss.. Mr .and Mrs. Doakof ten request that the tax certificate more or I.... 19. 20. 21, 22, 23. 34. 35. 3D and 27
Leroy together with all being B 3-4 of of BE Also
subsequent ICft
omit- The taxes to be sold are evidenced %
i flan Grlffla spent Tuesday In Mr. L. U. Morgan and son, Lea- Misses Shirley and Emmalyne Granada Miss., Judge and ..d or levied taxes held by the State by certificate No. 617 and till Known a. Hampton Park Manor
jonvUIe.liter ton. Jr., spent Sunday In Jackson- Morgan and Davis Gassett were Mrs. A. V. Lone and Mrs. F. A. be advertised and Bold to the higheKt of 1930 and 1934 respectively, and Bike I to 27 Inclusive .0 Acres.Section .
bidder
for cash aa provided by represent unpaid taxes for the year. 12 Township 7 South Rang
ville. visiting in Green Cove Springs Canova of Gainesville, and Mrs. I. Chapter 18386 of the 1937 act of 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng 22 Ea.t, containing SO Acres, more
( WUla of Tampa was aJr Sunday afternoon. H. L. Brownlee of Starke. the Legislature, upon the following to $174.82. of I..... In Bradford County Florida,
u described real estate In the County ALJSOUlmk: 1 of Hampton ParK and representing unpaid taxes for
here this week. Mr. J. J. Rlgdon and Miss Eva I of Bradford, State of .Florida town Manor, evidenced liy certificate the years 1928 to 1939. both Inclusive -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville : 3H5 of 1927, Bile 2 of Hampton ParK amounting to $444.714Said
Rlgdon spent Tuesday In Jackson- BEAUTIFUL LINE OF NEW NH Of NV4 of NK14 80. 10 Tp. 7 8. Manor, evidenced by certificate 386 I tax certificates togetherwith
and Mrs. 1* A. Davis spent ville. were week-end guests of WINDOW SHADES AT STUMP'S. I K. 19 E., containing 40 Acres, moreor of 1S27; lUte 3 of Hampton ParK all subsequent omitted er levied
Hay In Jacksonville. Mrs. Guy's parents, Judge and SPECIAL, ORDERS TAKEN FOR less. Manor, evidenced by certificate 387 taxes will he sold to the highestbidder '
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced of 1927; Itlk 4 of Hampton ParK at the Courthouse door In
Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan were ANY COLOR SIZE, OR QUAL- by rertlflcate Noa. 6 and 24 of Manor., evidenced. liy certificate 38* Htark on the 3rd., day of February
was a business 1928 and 1933 respectively and reparent of 1927 lilk 6 of Hampton Park
byd J. Green: business ITY WANTED I ; A. D. 1939, at 11:00: o'clock.
visitors to Sparr last Mrs. unpaid taxes for the years Manor, evidenced by certificate 389 M.
Stanley Bennett of Jacksonville
r to Gainesville Thursday.p. Saturday. ; un to im. both Inclusive, amounting of 1927: ; IUK 6 of Hampton Park Dated this' the 14th. day of Jan-
spent the week-end here I to $166.OH. Manor evidenced by certificate 390 uary A. D. 1939.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee ALPO: NW% of NWU Sec It Tp. of 11131. Hlk 7 of Hampton ParK OPFlCIAt .
and E. J. Wolfe with Mr. Bennett and Mr. and ( SEAL A. J. Thomas.Clerk
Smith of Hawthorne and their guests 7 S. R. It E., containing 40 Acres, Manor evidenced by certificate 391 of Circuit Court of Bradford
Mrs F. A. Scott had
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as a .
Wednesday in Jacksonville. guest Mrs. G. H. Bennett. more or I. of 1977; Illk 8 of Hampton Park County, Florida. 1-SO 3t 2-S
b Tuesday, Mrs. Lawrence of Key- Mrs. S. A. Brlnson of Bainbridge. The taxes to be sold are evldeno- Manor., evidenced by certificate 292 !
stone Ga., and Sheldon Brinson of Jacksonville .d by .ert"loate No. 8 and 89 of of 1927; Ink 9 of Hampton ParK -- ------------
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Heights. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Wilkerson 1932 and 1833 respectively, and represent Manor evidenced by certificate 393 ''r.------
in Jacksonville. and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilkerson were guests Sunday of unpaid taxes for the year of 1927: lllk 10 of Hampton ParK OF
t Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting Manor evidenced by certificate 394 FOR ALL FORMS
Edwin Green of Lake Butler of Palatka were guests Sunday of to $85.92. of 1927.; Blk 11 of Hampton ParK
SPRING COLORS IN :spent several days with relatives Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson.Mr. They were accompanied back to AI.SO: 8KK of SHU sea 10 Tp. 0 Manor; evidenced by certificate 396
Hawthorne by' little Catherine a R. 20 EL. containing 40 Acre, of 1927.: Bile 12 of Hampton ParK INSURANCEPLEASE
___ COATS WITH FELT here this week. more or l.... Manor evidenced by certificate 398nf I
MATCH AT STUMP'S. and Mrs. H. M. Griffin of Brownlee daughter of Mr. and The taxes to be sold are evldencT 1337; : Hlk: 13 of Hampton ParK
1 TO Mrs. Milton BroWnlee. who has b" certificate' No. SS and 72 of Manor evidenced by certificate 397 !
Mrs. L. G. Green and little Waldo were guests Tuesday of Mr. time 1930 and 1>33 respectively and rapresent of 1927; Hlk 14 of Hampton ParK PHONE 146
and Mrs. B. .Jacobs spentay daughter Judy were in Jackson- and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Car- spent some here with her 929 unpaid taxe for the year Manor evidenced by certificate 398
to 19311, both I
grandparents. Inclusive amountIng of 1927; Hlk 15 of Hampton ParK
rie Ritch
in Jacksonville as the ville Wednesday. and Miss Annie Darby. to U9.S0. Manor, evidenced by certificate 399
their son-in-law and \LBO! NW'4 of 8WVi 8ecT,. of 1927; !elk 1. of Hampton Park HAROLD WALL
of
a < S. It. 20 H.,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand STORE SEIZURE HALTED .. containing 40 Acres, Manor evidenced I.y> certificate 400
! hter. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Keller and more or I. .. of 1927; Hlk 17 of Hampton Park
baum. son. Leo spent Sunday afternoon daughter. Fredricka, of Jacksonville TALLAHASSEE ComptrollerJ. The taxes to be sold are evident Manor evidenced by certificate 401 AgencyAgcy.
) ed by certificate No. 30 and 74 of of 1927. Ulk 18 of Park
here with friends. spent Wednesday here M. Lee has been stopped by an 1930 and 1933. respectively, and re.Proe.nt Manor, evidenced by Hampton certificate 40X Est. Over 50 Years
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. injunction from levying on and IInlald' taxes for the year of 1927; Bile 19 Sf Hampton ParK
aars- __._,__ ____ u _to m. both Inclu.ive.amount.. Manor evidenced by certificate 403
Mrs. J. E. Conway of Jacksonville -- D"u.uJ5 sumo *u uuu ouwazmee ing to $72.82. ------ 'of 1917; Hlk 30 of Hampton Park :'
is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith an- stores to collect the chain store ALNO: 8WV4 of NBVl and NW'i

0 Mrs. L. W. Klckliter. nounce the arrival of a baby girl tax. Of the 80 Suwannee stores H.and 20 NR14 M.. containing of 8W14 J S..o.* Acres 28 Tp., more 6SL gsEsasaszsasasHSESBsaszsasasaszsssESZszsasEjrEsasasasEsasE asasaraI
I Dorothy Jean on Sunday. Janu-. In the state, 20 are admittedly or I.*..

Mrs. L. H. Jennings spent Tuesday ary 15 at the home of Mrs. Fay' members of a chain and payingthe The by c..rtltlt."te taxes' 'to be No sold.. 40 are and evMoncS 102 of- I HORSES MULES ]
in Jacksonville as the guestof Gill. $400.00 license. Counsel for 1930 and 1933 respectively and re-

f Mrs. Harry Carlson. the chain advised the comptrollerlast present 1929 unpaid both taxes'"'I"for" .the..amountM year. ALL KINDS
liE SURE Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook week his clients had repossessed Inll' to"M95J% .

Mrs. G. A. Epperson and Mrs. and son, Merrill of Gainesville 19 stores) and would pay the 6 A..1.?10. :.n8\C'.*..',% containing of SB" SocJ 40 Acre Tp.., CARLTON LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE

d Phil Roberts of Lake Butler spent visited Mrs. Halbrook's parents, chain store tax on these. The re- ; more or I""... JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
SALE-Baby Chicks of all Monday here shopping. Mr .and Mrs. W. L. Andrews last mainder the attorneys claim are e,1 The by taxes certificates to be Bold No..are 4Z avldenc-and 103 ,

es mixed breeds, cheap. See week-end. still individually owned and op' of 1930 and 1933 respectively and Nice Lot Just Received
Short Kruse, Rt. 2, box 301 It Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville i erated. Comptroller Lee. claiming Ig55eJ"BioJl..nLM, both taxes inclusive for the years
spent the week-end here with her Miss Louise Marshbum who recently his investigators have evidence to lug to $90.87. amount.

JTED-to borrow $3,500.00 atr mother Mrs. F. H. Long. underwent a serious operation the contrary, had delivered warrants m \i AI. ""* "'** of *m*}* 21 PRICED RIGHT
440
it.21
K. e.
cent on good security payee Is recuperating at the homeof for the contents of seven more or Ie... containing Ac ,
back $65 per month. Box Mrs. J. W. KIncaid is spendingthis her grandmother Mrs. G. W. stores in central Florida' to SherIff The taxe to be sold are eveldenc-

z. care of The Telegraph. ltp week In Tampa with her parents Alderman. Chas. M. Hand of Seminole
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. County, who had seized the merchandise II g 31711

SALE-New crop seeds to- NEW MODELS IN GOSSARD before the Injunction or-. SODA

:utoes peppers peanuts beans Mrs. A. H. Green and Mrs. W. CORSETS COMBINATIONS, der reached him. Other warrants Prunes TIP TOP
toes also Cole Planters and M. Wimberley were visitors to AND IlKASSIERKS AT STUMP'S. enroute or in process of prepara-

lllzer distributors. Field and Lake Butler Wednesday afternoon.T. ALSO TWO-WAY STRETCH tion were nullified by the Court's MEATY BULK C-r a eke r s

Btry. fencing. Stock and poul- GIRDLES. order. Judge J. B. Johnson also
emedies at White's. 12-30-41 Frank Landrum was confinedto directed Sheriff Hand to return to 2 Pounds GROCERY 1 I'ound Box

his home several days this The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin- the owners all goods and merchandise
SALE ORHound TRADE RedS week with an attack of chicken son spent Tuesday In Gainesvilleand seized. Comptroller Lee and 9c CUT PRICES 9c

S T. Tyson, pox. Alachua. While in Alachua the Attorney General will contestthe SATURDAY
FRIDAY &
arks, Fla. Itp they were guests of the Rev. and injunction and move to have

SALE-One-half Horse May- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez of Mrs. A. G. Cox. same dismissed.'.'

Jacksonville are spending several LETTUCE 2 CARROTS 2 Bunches 15c
g Gasoline Engine; Like new. Heads 15c I ,
Hlldabelle Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson
heap for cash. Robert C. days here with Mrs.
[ackson. l-20-2t Bence. I and son, Edgar attended the re-
vival services at the Baptist COUNTRY PORK l'oun.1 FltEShI

Church in Green Cove Springs BirthdayBall

NAT SEZ: Sunday night. Sausage Shoulder Roast 13c Weinnies i

Mrs. W. B. Tarkington of
GOOD WILL It* the disposition of l'oWld
Orang'eburff. S. C., who Is visiting l'ollnl
; the pleased customer to return to relatives in Gainesville, was the

the place where he has been well luncheon guest Tuesday of Judge 22c Bananas, 5 Ibs. ISc 17c

'te 7') treated. Tho good will of our and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.
1,
customers in an precious to IM IM Friends of Mrs. Bynum Perkins FRESH TOMATOES 2 lbs 15c I FRESH BEANS 2 Ibs. 15c
In the bank.'e con ,
our money will be glad to learn that her
stantly seek to add to H'H growthby father J A. McDonald of Albany,
honest goods, right/: prices and Ga., who has been seriously 111 for FANCY CHUCK I'ICRLED

dependable service. Honest value some time is improving.Mrs. Oranges Dozen 5c p ;
for every dollar 1<* yours when you Roast i'gn Feet

spend It with ...... This has been Clennle Illckok, county

our policy for :27 years nurse attended the two-day Institute I'ound FANCY TUB Each

Monday and Tuesday on pub-

lic health nursing at State Board 19c Butter Pound 32c 17

JANUARY SPECIALSLadles of sonville.Health Headquarters in Jack- ,


Mr. and-Mrs. A. O. Andreu- Mr. OCT. SOAP, 6 Giant Bars 25c I SUPER SUDS Deal 23c

Twin Sweater Sets-Special ____________ $1.00 and Mrs. L. F. Dlnklna, Mrs. J. FRIDAY'
W. Hagen and Miss Hannah, FULL CREAM ROLLCheese
[Ladies $3 All Woll Coat Sweaters ______________ $1.98 Swindell were guests Sunday of January 27 Lard Jewel 21bs. 19cCOUNTRY;

Heavy Part Wool Blankets 66x80 ____.__________ $1.98 Jacksonville.Mrs.Mr. and Mrs.. Anvil Wainwright In ButterPound t

Ladies Coats-Odds and Ends ________________ $3.98 Dancing.Starts BEST WilliE Htl'ftlk-o-.......

lean Up of Dresses-Values to $5 ________-___ $1.98A O. J. Griffin, Miss Helen Pound
Cook Owen W. Griffin of St. Aug- BACON Pound 121/
ustine and Mrs. Griffin's houseguest atfl:30With 17c 30e

Hot Special A Clean Sweep Mrs. Harry Leigh of Pitts-
burg. Pa., were guests Sunday of Music By

Cotton Blankets Fall MillineryA Mrs. Ethel Biggs.Mr. COFFEE, Red-Top, lb. 15c 1 COFFEE, Gold.Top, lb. 1&

ERNEST KATZ
A double blanket 66x76 Fall flat in the Store and Mrs. E. S. Matthewswill
FRESH GROUND NO.2 CANS PEARL
leave Saturday for Tampa.

: 99c 98c Matthews Miami and chairman Orlando of where the Rail-Mr. and His Mea I TOMATOES 6c Grits

road Commission will attend hear-

1 ings before the board. U. of F.Seminoles 5 I'ound" LlnlJY'S 15 Pounds

ew Line of Ladies Wash Frocks $1.00 .
:Mrs. W. T. Jackson has returned -
Be MILK 3fallcans17c lOc
.eter'1 Line of Leather Hoots $4.98 to her home in Albany, Ga.,

$1.65 after enjoying a week's visit here
Manhattan
Shirts On Sale-Last Day -
with her sons-In-law and -
Munsin\swear Pure Silk Sox-3 Pair $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter daughters I Country-Kist Peas, 3 Cans 25cl( Pineapple, Sliced 2 1-2 Can 15c

.?9 and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. BEGINNING AT 8 O'CLOCKA
I
Holer roof Silk Hose-3 or 4 Thread _

Misses, Gayle Sewell Doshia REALLY "DIFFERENT"PROGRAM I II I Country-Kist Corn, 3 Cans 25c I Pork & Beans, No. 1 Can 5c

Smith, Marion bowling, Jacque- WILL BE I
ITEMOF
SPECIAL NEWS line Andrews Enza Weaver bad- PRESENTED!:

ie Prince Betty Stringfellow and

INTEREST GRADE TO DRESSES BUYERS. OF HIGH Woman's Edith Rowe Club attended Institute the in Junior Jacksonville Fl 12 5

last Friday. FOR MEN ujltnLLOON 25c SugarL s.23c
We are exclusive agents i in Starke for the well known Lbs.

l>ran< CO-ED DRESSES. Usually sold by the better Mrs. S. C. Carnell and sons ONLY I''

tore $9.95 our price only $7.93.: New Spring Corbin and Gene, of Ormond are

od 'e in. here Mrs. visiting F. A.; Scott.her parents.Mrs. Mr.Carnell and Come Dressed a*' Adolf Hitler MORTON'S SALT, 3 Boxes 251 lOc Van. & !.em. Ext. 2 for 15cKTCIIEN

and Win a Cash Prize. Five '
came at this time on account of ,
IT PAYS TO BUY ATRNBERC'f the continued illness of her mother Beat Impersonations Will be Selected S.\.A1)

Mrs. Scott. by 4JotI" from the I f Matches Dressing Ol 22c Kerosene

The Rev. M. C. Stith of Wash- Audience. ,

ington, D. C. was the guest Wed- I 15 Gallons

nesday and Thursday of Mr. and I WOMAN'S CLUBAUDITORIUM S Boxes I'Yu\NUT
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. The Rev. _
"tith was en route to DeLand and i lOc Butter Of. 22c 45e '
I
Cocoa, where he will conduct a I ,
!Baptist Bible Conference.






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rd ; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY JO,,
PAGE SIX
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STATE'S SYSTEM-- OF FARMERS' MARKETS I APPOINTED I In i iP3



t FARMERS SECTION I DESIGNED TO AID AGRICULTURE I 1 l LIVE FACTS STATE IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS NEWSFLORIDA : 1


P NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS --
E L Diversified and extensive is the markets in Florida are set up Ttad

Florida WPA's program to aid operated to balance the scales. M OFFICERS FACE CHARGE OPPOSE NEW TAXES

Tftntifbrtt Em1fti5llousehold agriculture in this state, where It Facilities and equipment at the TAMPA-The Tampa Electric TAMPA,-Opening J
gun
RURAL already ranks along with the tour- several markets vary In accord- Company asked the Circuit Courtto statewide battle to II

COMMON SENSEBy : ist business and manufacturing as ance with location and the pur- throw out the entire 1938 Hills- defeat the',
one of the major Industries. This pose for which intended. borough County tax roll charging posed transaction tax at the,

SPUDS JOHNSON DELICIOUS CITRUSBy program has included five major Some provide cold storage facilities County Assessor W. B. Sparkmanand ing session of the legislature,

I "' undertakings each of which has while others are mainly locations members of the County Com- fired here this week with >the '

\ FLOWERS AROUND HOMES Isabelle S. Thursby been carefully planned and operated where the buyer and seller : missioners with fraud and polit- nouncement by R. L. Newman(]

MAKE LIFE BETTER FOR Food Economist to furnish the maximum pos- may meet ical favoritism to benefit the Tam- ecutlve secretary of the
CITY AND FARM FOLKS Extension sible assistance to the science of Duties of the managers of the pa Gas Company and other large Taxpayers Association FlGri,
citrus
about
t We keep on talking food producing, which Is not always markets also vary. In some places yrs property owners. It charged the group plans to organize, that

Flowers, or their absence, playa because it's a big subject to FlorIda as profitable as could be these bay men act as agents at County Commission with fraud 300,000 consumers and more beadil*

very definite and very Important with Its biggest crop on record wished. others as auctioneers, while In one for sustaining "an unjust unequaland families against the
and because wedon't These are: Construction of farm- or two places the managers are discriminatory" assessment levying
whether or
;, role In our lives, this year, I any new forms of taxation. !
ers' markets at strategic points In umpires of the trading. 'h
of it. Long ago, want Florida women to I against Us properties. taxpayers association
you Mr.
sot we are aware a i 1
every section of the peninsula to First of the markets, built by
t physicians and others attending overlook the opportunity you have provide practical means to aid the FERA, is located at Sanford. I man said, will immediately |to
BACK units In each of the
f the sick realize the salutary effect of preparing this cheap, delicious fltable marketing of their pro- Since that unit began its success- Felix Frankfurter, professor In APALACHICOLA PIG COMES, Folks are and 250 cities and towns.67 cowj'

!' s of flowers on their patients fruit for your families. Last week growers and producers in the pro- ful operations others have been the Harvard Law School whose about the pig, that

t and many a hospital throughout we gave a few recipes for citrus ducts; Building of farm-to-market constructed by the WPA at Wau- nomination to the Supreme Court still talking rivers, two creeks and -
crossed two
roads to make it possible for chula, a vegetable center; at Oca- BAD MONEY CIRCUiAPALACHICOLAArrestd |
the land keeps them in its rooms. cakes and this week we're goingto recently by President Rooseveltwas of to returnto
farmers to trim the costs of getting la, where there is a vegetable mar- 30 miles open country
Restaurants and other public eating tell you about some other ways approved last week by Senate home here. Shortly [
i his farm
places make a practice of of using tangerines, oranges, and their merchandise often ket ,as well as dry and cold storage Judiciary sub-committee. He will Christmas, Drew Branch, a counterfeiting charge
the tables Here they are: highly perishable to market equipment, and an abbatoir. caused by the after Buck's turpentine still late .
''h keeping fresh flowers on grapefruit. fill the vacancy who lives at Sumatra, gave a pig \it\
I speedily and safely; Operation of Another is operated at East Cardo- nesday afternoon, Lee
Will
for their guests. City-dwellers Tangerine Jam death of Justice Benjamin brother Cluett Branch, who
to his ,
N
extensive drainage and health Palatka for vegetables, one at Live disclaimed
tenements projects received 32. guilt to the
from those who live in Ingredients: 2 cups tangerine za. The appointment was carried the animal to his place i
r flowers in pots or boxes which not only have made Oak In the tobacco area, one at with almost unanimous approval. service agent who took him
I and raise pulp and Juice, 1 1-2 cups sugar, three miles west of here. Escap-
sill roof to additional thousands of acres of Tallahassee for handling livestock circles the custody. The agent, from
on the window or 1 teaspoon grated tangerine rind, In conservative the pig
his owner,
from new
'ti, those who live in homes with and 1 lemon- pulp and Juice. land available for cultivation, but and creamery has been built by feeling seems to be that you can showed ing in Drew Branch's back mlngham, notified Sheriff Chil

,,, grounds for raising plants, look to Remove seeds from fruit. Com- which have made steady progressin the WPA at Chipley. thoroughly disagree with many or up Sumatra four days later. Robbins, went with Robblul

; flowers for beauty and inspiration bine ingredients and boil quickly wiping out malaria and other Also complete Is a general vege- all of Dr. Franxfurter's social: and yard And at folks are still wondering; Williams' shack and foWl(S

r and help in overcoming the cares about 10 minutes, or until syrupy handicaps. Research and experi- table market at Palmetto, while economic theories-but that there whether the followed the road machine and disc with eleven!
pig
': I of workaday mental projects which have developed that at Pensacola is a cented used I of his gus! fifty-cent coins. Pewter
; and problems a and clear. It's "tops" on hot but- can be no question ability, the five-mile i
span
and over
1.
I new and more economicaland largely In handling local salesto is passed lead were used in the
world. Ice and integrity. He coins
j tered biscuits or on cream. experience of Gorrie Bridge or whether he *
\ efficient of, cultivation retailers.
') there means thus as a fit successorto melted glass to give them a liu'j
Where there are flowers, Hotter regarded and traveled :
9I; E Orange swam four streams
and therefore better methods of The Bradford County market
tt! t is a little more laughter, a little Wash fruit arid carefully re- the late great Justice Cardoza. through the woods on his return They had been circulating th
R producing Sea I sland cotton and has been completed with the ex- South Georgia and
k !''f' more joy and contentment, a little stem ends and blemish spots. Noil
t move other crops, long neglected; em- ception of an extensive pavingprogram WINTER IS TIME TO trip to Sumatra. Florida for the past six !
and good fellowship, month
M.W more peace seeds. Run through food
r Remove
ployment in slack periods for and the establishment ofa THIN TIMBER STANDS .
.
l' ,,Q and a little (perhaps a lot) more chopper, cover well with water .
thousands of who cooling plant. FOR PROPER GROWTH COMPLETED
many persons WANT CAPITOL
f 1. inspiration and ambition and will: and cook until peel Is tender-us- MANY,STILLS DESTit0l11TALLAHASSEE !
)
for to Work these is
work wages make agricul- on Improvements TALLAHASSEE threemember -
"t to succeed. I ually several hours. Put through ture possible. expected to begin at an early date. Gainesville, Fla.-The best timeto committee will ask fpr bids The I 8
I i Those are the effects of flowers coarse sieve and measure. Add Well Informed persons are said Perhaps the largest of the WP thin crowded stands of timber next week for completing the new 'Beverage Department has

I and those are the reasons our 1-2 pound of sugar for each poundof tp agree that each of these five A-built markets la situated at is during the winter months, saysL. House of Representatives meeting ed stills were destroyed d

t,. farm homes need flowers. Flowers cooked pulp. Cook mixture activities has been of benefit to Plant City in the heart of the T Nieland, farm forester with hall before the Legislature con- the past year that were up'

/k' R I' may be beautiful In the city gar- rapidly stirring constantly, untilIt agriculture and to the farmers, strawberry producing territory. the Florida Agricultural Exten- venes April 4. Legislators have of producing ,3 .575 gallon (

: den or park, but they are In their is beyond jellying point. While but it has been emphasized, that Among the buildings that will sion Service This work can not conferred with Coy Fred P. Cone I, whisky week. The State tai j

if ;. natural setting in the country not as sweet as most marmaladesand WPA-operated program for build- make up this finished market will only be done more conveniently about the project, but he has not this! amount of illicit bey
1.' : places where they are a very personal Jellies it spreads better and is Ing farmers' markets has been of be three sheds 600 feet long and during winter slack times on the indicated whether be will approve would have been $42,690 fa|
matter to the farmer and his with children. I
I';I popular particularly great direct benefitto 70 feet wide, a single story office farm, but cool weather after the it. Money cannot be paid out of week, Director Thomas W.

i, wife and family"_ who...._.plant_ L__andm Tangerine Cake n _Florida______ agriculture__ -and-- -lunch---- room-----?, a- loading plat.form I thinning operation keeps insectdamage the Sae T reaaury _CA\C4" ""*tu p.on I 1---------reoorted. The director said'
f tend them 10 make LII""UII'" a Requirements: 1-2 cup butter, The system of markets was or- of 17,160 square feet of down to a minimum.On warrants signed by the comptroller persons were arrested and I 86

M place of rural beauty. 2 eggs 3 teaspoons baking powder, iginated, so far as Florida is con- space. The project also includes many farms, Nieland says, and governor. State officials cent of those brought to trial ij

There are many beautiful farm 3-4 cup milk, 1 cup sugar, 2 cups cerned by Nathan Mayo, Florida's 90,000square yards of mixed-in- there are areas where young for- estimated it will cost $40,000 to violating the State beveragewere 1

4 I homes in Florida-beautiful homes flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt, and 3-4 Commissioner of Agriculture, him- place paving and the installationof est trees, particularly pines have $60,000 to complete the third convicted. The depar

i I with neat, attractive surroundings cup candled tangerine peel. self a practical farmer. It was all necessary! lighting and water come in too thickly. Uusually floor of the capitol's new north confiscated 220 automobiles, \WII

and beds! of floral color setting Directions: Cream butter and under his guidance that the FERA fixtures.All such crowded stands occur In old wing for a House chamber and $44,000 and destroyed prop

them off to the world as good sugar and then alternately add began and the WPA is completing of the markets are not as clearings where there are plentyof furnish it for the legislators. The valued at $160,837.STATE .

'$ i places to live, as good places for beaten egg yolks, dry sifted In- these new means of aiding the extensive as the Plant City unit old seed trees nearby. While north wing, which cost about .
,4' the life and development of the gredients, and milk. Flour tangerine food of of nature's method of the
4 producers the State to the State system, but each is thinning by $2 OOOO was erected after an appropriation FINANCES BAD
men and women of the morrow. I, peel and, last, add well find their share of an elusive prosperity proportionately as complete. old law of the survival of the fit- was made by the 1935
ee ; And then there are other farm beaten egg whites Bake in square Completing the list of farmers test is sure it is exceedingly slow, Funds were not TALLAHASSEE Compti
Legislature. pro-
homes In Florida with drab color- J. M. Lee set aside almost bug
,
;
loaf with markets and must before
Co-operating Commissioner those
pans. are recently made many years elapse vided' then for completing the
less surroundings where life, a Mayo in his plans have been, available for use by the WPA, or merchantable timber is pro- third floor. million dollars for use in ;pa

poaserby might think, is also drab EXPERIMENT STATION not only the Florida Works Progress which are to be created at Pompano duced under this process.It the State's past due bills but!

and colorless. HAS SEED SUPPLY OF Administration, but county Florida City, Arcadia, La- will pay the owner of farm READY AND WAITING a pessimistic view of prospecUt

3; tf And people in these latter homes SEA ISLAND COTTON agents, boards, of county commissioners Belle, Marianna, Fort Meade, timber well to thing young crowd- FERNANDINA Following the final quarter of the year.

i are the ones we hope wUl read this Independent and organized Bushnell and Holly Hill. ing stands to a proper spacing so rumors that the fight being wag- office, reporting the general i

j! piece and then try flowers for a Gainesville, Fla. The Florida I, groups of farmers, and the State Through these markets officials that each remaining tree will have ed against the National Container enue fund $1,899,072 in the red ij

while. Flowers, unless they are Experiment Station, which has Agricultural Marketing Board. of the WPA and the sponsors are room for maximum growth, Nie- Corporation's pulp mill in Jack- the opening of business this vet
wild, need cultivation, and fertili been cooperating with the U. S. : Operation of the markets are seeking to bring about stability land declares. Care should be ex- sonville might force the companyto put checks in the mail for !$$2)1)

r zer and care, but here in Florida, Bureau of Plant Industry and designed to help the Florida farmer to the business In which it is esti- ercised to cut out the weaker Individuals close its plant, city officialsand 013 of these bills. Lee said i ana"

q a land named for its beautiful farmers in maintaining a supply of in his efforts to dispose of his mated one-third of the populationof in so far as possible, and Junior Chamber of Commerce er $230,000 had been received ij

j flowers by the Spaniards long ago, pure seed of Sea Island cotton, has product and at the same time escape the State is engaged, directlyor leave strong, thrifty, straight members of this city extended an the Treasury and would be i

r they do not require very much expense I a supply of recleaned seed available from profit destroying sell- indirectly. And the sponsors trees with sufficient room for rap- invitation to the company to move tributed next week, reducing '
a, t and, while they cant be eat for distribution to growers Ing costs which would confront freely state that the markets are Id growth. While good Judgmentin I its plant here. Court action has deficit to less than $1,500,000",

: en or fed to stock (but they can I for the forthcoming planting sea- him in virtually every other meansof well constructed, that they are thinning is necessary, the following -: been started in Jacksonville against the first time in months. On'

be sold), they will pay off greatly i son, It is announced by Agronomist marketing.The practical and that "they work." simple rule for spacing the operation of the com- optimistic side, he said utility t

in dividends of contentment and ; W. E. Stokes He urges nature of the farmers' activity WPA officials are confident that may be useful as a guide. Add 4 pany's pulp and paper mill and insurance tax collections In

; Inspiration and satisfaction growers who want to obtain seed prevents him In many Instances slmlliar constructive comments to the breast high diameter of the box factory on the grounds that next two months should wipe,

To those farm families whose to pool orders with county agents. from keeping in close would be voiced by the thousandswho tree in inches. This figure will the obnoxious odors from the mill the deficit and leave the gei

4 homes do not have flowers or Stokes says the Experiment touch with price fluctuations. da'y! use the hundreds of represent the proper number of constitute a nuisance. The city officials fund in the black at least tut

enough flowers we'd like to sug- Station's Sea Island seed is of the Thus unless he is able to meet miles of farm-to-market roads and feet the trees should be spaced a- and members of the Junior short time just before the 1'f'

gest that they see their county or Seabrook strain, has been grownin the buyer on even terms, the latter -,' who benefit from the other phases part. For example the spacing of Chamber of Commerce of Fer- Legislature meets.

home demonstration agents and pure seed plots at Gainesville. is in the better position to pro- of the unemployment relief or- trees measuring 6 Inches In diam- nandina told the company officials I r

try to work out a plan for more Leesburg and elsewhere, ginningin fit by any transaction which may ganization's aid'-'' to agriculture eter at breast high would be 6 that we love the odor of pulp The Telegraph makes an I I

flowers. Now is the time to do it the government gin at Lees- take place. WPA-built farmers' program in Florida!" plus 4 or 10 feet. mills because it smells like divi-I I gift for your friends who area

to have flowers by spring. burg and thoroughly recleaned.The r Wherever possible thinnings dends to us."' I from home.

tZ cotton was roughed twice dur- CHARLOTTE COUNTY a highly trained" dog, and a wire should be utilized for pulpwood,
: i Promissory notes and retain ing the growing season to keep CLUB TRAPS QUAILTO net 12 inches high and 60 feet poles, or fuelwood. Often the sale
title notes at the Bradford County out off-type seeds. The seeds INSURE of such products can be made to
SUPPLY long the is
procedure HOMEFull
r comparatively -' BOREE FUNERAL
i iy' :Telegraph. have been certified by the Experi- simple. When the dog pay for the thlning operation and,
ment Station. at the same time, reduce of Caskets &; Undertakers Supplies
rrevMCOLDS Punta Gorda, Fla.-Hunting and points a covey of birder, he is the fire
conserving quail during open season caught and returned to the car hazard. Great care must be takento AMBULANCE NIGHT SERVICE
DAY AND
1.. I 666 Tint day seems somewhat paradoxicalto which carries the crew and Its prevent fire from getting into 63 PHONE -S3
Headaches TRAIN SCHEDULE: most folks but that's just what equipment. As birds normally rise tops left in thinning or severe O. H. BENNETT Mgr

and Fever Schedule of trains arriving here Charlotte County sportsmen are toward the nearest vegetative cov- damage to the remaining timber "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL

Liquid Tablet la SO minute daily. Subject to change without doing. er, two of the crew place the V- might result.
I.Ire, Now Drops dal to Cold: notice. Farmers Interested In
..y Much open territory, woods and shaped net near the cover about thinning
Liniment Southbound-Dae Starke fields, and a network of sluices 30 yards from the quail. The net their timber stands should consult
Try ub1ly.Ttsm'AVondertul No. 1-Local_____._ 11.25p.m. that enables hunters to hunt from is arranged so that its 30-foot their county agent or write to the
.( No. 191-Through____ 10.29 p. m. their Extension Forester at Gainesville
tI cars make Charlotte County "wings" run out ind back from
No. 107-Through____ 8.37 Florida.
a. m. ideal for quail hunting. As more the central point .r bottom of the

BUSINESSDIRECTORY No. Northbound-Due 2 Local___ Starke and more hunters took to the .'V," A funnel is placed at the Los Angeles, Calif., has law 35e
____ 5.28 a. m. a YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR
fileds, however, the central point. After the net is
number of set prohibiting the
No. 108 poking of
-Through____ 9.41p.m. turkeys
J : i quail became smaller and smaller. up, the third man' drives the car to ascertain their tenderness.
Starke and Bell AFFORD
Branch GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN
tai No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 Had no conservation measures slowly toward{the birds and the -1 .
: a. m.
t No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. been taken, quail would have become net while the others remain at the A woman in New York City ''TO PAYSmith's
rare In this section. sides of the area to who
prevent the had received
X(Dally except Sunday's) a relief allot-
The conservation idea quail from rising to the side Instead ment of
64 T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. crystal- grapefruit, wrote relief
,,4 The drink ized three years ago when County of forward. The birds rush headquarters: "I boiled one for
Agent N. H. McQueen, who likesto Into the small end of the net and three hours, and it's still tough. Garage

r, il that hunt quail himself, got together are caught. What's wrong?"

PAY NO MORE! with a group of landowners and The trapped quail are removedto

_ if everybodyknows sportsmen, studied the problem of a baby chick brooder where -

4 i! the fast diminishing supply of they are kept until released at the -'S'

r quail, and forthwith organized the end of the season. lJtrWLiK(

5:<: Club Charlottee to prevent County this famous Conservation Revenue for Charlotte County RUBBERSt
game from quail
hunting amounts to a-
uniuERsni CREDIT ompnnv bird Minimum from becoming a rarity. bout $1 .OOO a year. Landowners A CAKE .
membership dues for and sportsmen
are much
4 COCA-COLA DOT. CO. the club are $1, but some sports- La favor of the conservation very
men have program
contributed much more Mr.
A Three to Its expenses and program. McQueen says. ana : r ,
Days' Cough In addition to its
3j PRESCRIPTION An area comprising four town- i quail program, '

EXPERTS Is Your Danger Signal I ships breed and where thrive quail was were selected known for to .Club the Charlotte has also County succeeded Conservation in sein J p l -i.OO': .,'r 1, ,

I CARPENTER'S you No have matter tried how for many your medicines common the trapping grounds and hunt- ing more than 50,000 fish from -

a cough, chest cold, or bronchial: irritation Ing was limited to land outside this drying ponds and ditches and plac- whit
The Rexall Store you may get relief now with tract. While hunters banged ing them in four large fresh water more could

Creomulsion. Serious trouble may at quail outside this area the away creeks In the county In two ask for?
be and club
brewing
SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE I you cannot afford years. you
to take a chance with any remedy trapping crew caught 550: pairs of 0. tfL 'P.utulw. F '
Estimates Cheerfully less potent than Creomulsion.which birds the first season. At the end -. ,__ ...v Ct11/H+ \
Given goes right to the seat of the trouble of the hunting season these TIME SAVERS ....A GULP LlPBRBPRBSBNTATIVB 91I( $ 4O'
and aids nature to soothe and heal birds TOY PISTOL ROBBERY
_ E. A. WINKLERRadio the Inflamed mucous membranesand were released in open territory to TITUSVILLE. -Judge Millard MONEY SAVERS LI+ae.atvnnsttoCrai.7oaPOR +

laden to phlegm.loosen and expel germ- propagate. Eleven hundred pairs B. Smith sentenced two Ohio Every Business Needs Them YOUR COMPLETE 2. Life b auvaecd Protaho"

and Electric Service Even If other remedies have failed of birds were trapped for this pur- youths to two years in Florida's PltOREC17ON. PROGRAM >a. Parity lnco"w for DeP---JI"'
t don't be discouraged try Creomulelon. pose during the first two seasons State prison for a toy pistol hold- BUY FROMBradford ... n.cw-c laconic for 'rOIl" "
Your druggist Is authorized to and about 1,000 I,.&. row.m,
PLUMBING refund if pairs are being up near here. They pleaded guilty 3
your money you are not
j tf Prompt Service at fits obtained with the bene the trapped for release at the end of to charges of taking $30 from a County
Reasonable Prices Creomulsion Is one present hunting season on February roadside lunchroom oper a tor
word,ask for it plainly, see that the 15.While TelegraphSTARKE
'F Let Me Estimate Your Job name on the bottle is Creomulsion 1" whom they covered with a toy

C. M. RITCH and 'relief the genuine yroducj trapping requires an ex- pistol sufficiently concealed to resemble FLORIDA .
and the you want. (Adv.. perienced crew of three or more, a real gun.

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brave for the other's sake. Now at I protested."Did .

WEST WIT the sound of the Judge's voice. 11" Polly said her chin I r

Bill perked up. high.

I "Yes, sir!" he said eagerly. The "Sure you did. Remember? The Jut'cbtB )

< j hope in his voice communicated Itself day I I :' he stopped, em-
I
EUARDYS ; ) instantly to Dora. barrassed.

"Years ago" the Judge racedon Polly was very cold now. "I ,. '

r oAHtO fROM TI4' MITOfWVl.MAYERpscuIL/ 1tPALgEYP4JNES "Bruxton had that stream di- suppose I must have," she snapped !Iia&iainuuninnruiusn

verted off your property.The law I "for I'm sure Judge Hardy's METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPJ\.L'' CHRISTIAN'

that If the course of a streamIs son is too well bred to come where
"'" says Rev. I* A. Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Terkes, Jr. Supt. Church School
changed and if the water Is he's not wanted." Pastor Pastor Rsv. Dr. Rice and Rector Lemmle( OarrettSunday

'EAT HAS HAPPENED SO claimed excitedly. being wasted It Is legal to turn I Andy was staggered speechless. A. J. Thomas Supt. E. K. Ferryman, Rev. Dr. Adam Sunday Ella School J. Sa.Supt.Miss Sunday Morning SchoelSunday
old friends, the "Gracious, James! Emily said ask- Sunday School Oen. Superintendent Organist
Vlaltlng it back to its original bed If nec- "A glass of punch? Polly School of Church Softool Mr.. E. M. Davis Organst 10 O'clock

cotes, In an attempt to save blankly. "Do you like It that essary, for the Uvlng and sustenance ed with icy politeness. "Shall I 11:45: A. M. Church School Church School Supt. Mr. James Service Carlyle Worship 11 O'clock Service

from threatened UU- much?" ask of the girls to dance with Morning Service to A. M. Roy Mathew Evenrln
ranch of the original property own- one 11 A. M. Morning- Warship Sunday School, Sunday
cutting off the water supIge Judge Hardy seized the blanket. ers. You tell Bruxton that if be you?" Baptist Training Service, 11 A. M. Church School 10 A. M. Service, 7:30: P.Wednesday M.

Hardy returns home "Bless your heart, mother," he I. isn't more generous he'll lose it Andy shook nls head in adject Union, 8:30: P. M. Evening Worship 10 A. M. ornln&l1 A. M. Prayer Meeting evening; 7:35
EveningService,
Service, 7:10 P. M. Morning Worship
.ensful.! lie has, however, said happily. "You've saved the entirely." misery. At that moment the I 7:30: P. M. YoungPeople': 11 A. M. Friday*____7:30: P. M.

to cure Marian of a udifatuatlon day. Water can't run uphill!" handsome man who was Prayer Meeting; Leaa-ue Meetings Holy Day. 10 A. M.
ible ranch fore- The Judge's voice and face were young Wedneeday, 7:10: P.M. 6:30 P. 1\(. _ _ ALLIANCE
for the "Anybody knows that. I said so Polly's dancing partner steppedup. Pianist MIN.
Prayer Meeting
stern as if he were once
while Andy haS learned aout 'at the ranch." Emily said now Mr*. Mona CanovaChoir Wednesday 7:30: P.M. MISSION HALL President
more on the bench pronouncing DirectorJohn GOSPEL TAB.
VVe trn courage and (The Judge kissed his wife heart- "Darling, what about our II. Powell Mm. F. H. Long, The Rev. Frank

the foreman's eight- ily. Then his face reflecting his judgment. dance?" be asked. Chairman Organist and Choir Sponsor: Sponsored by Robinson
torn the rain Director Mr. and Mrs. Vie President
"Man doesn't call forth Board of Deacons Mr. and \Ira.
Id daughter, Jake.) joy he flung the blanket over his or the mountain snows that feed a "I'm sorry Cliff dear." I'ollyreplied J. .'. Klrkllter .rre. E. K. Perryman, J. T. QulgleyBible J. T. Qulgley The ShepherdSecretaryTreasure hey Leslie
shoulder."I purposedly emphasizingthe Chairman Assistant OrgTanletT. Evangellstlo Serviceeach
stream" he declared, "and no man Board of Trustees T. Long, Assistant Study, each Friday evening *
CHAPTER ELE'ENHardys always said I married a very, has the right to keep any other "dear" for Andy's edification. L. O. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:30 7:39: clock The Rev. Fred Yerkea
home. wonderful !" he exclaimed. I have -------------- ----
i were woman : from water." "I'll be only a minute. my -- -

ded with baggage, Andy Suddenly he went into a wild, exuberant God-given assembled I duties as a hostess especiallyto :MISSION HALL AND CRUSADE
So that was It! The "Prayer" Is DiscussedAt YOUTH
.i qulzically at the hall table little war dance, a strange the neighbors' children." TARERNACLKThose : II
Hardys Issued a simultaneous!
Its accumulated mall as he experience Indeed for Judge James sigh of relief. Every one of them I Andy shrivelled. Methodist ChurchLast -- NOW UNDER WAY

them might Hardy. Then. just as suddenly he I'll one minute,
I d It. Among was happily thrilled by this per: "Then give you who attended the servicesat -

y there would! be some stopped, and his face fell. fect ending to the Northcote honey" Cliff said. Sunday morning, for the the Mission Hall last Tuesday One of the most outstanding

from Polly. Hastily deposite "Good heavens! It's too late!" he troubles. Andy stared after him, noticing second successive week, an unus- night had a rare treat. George F. events In the history of Southern

valises on the upper floor, groaned. "James, that's magnificent!I" only too clearly the romantic sigh Tlbbtts who Is well-known to the Methodism got under way last

shed madly down the stairs "What's too late?" Emily demanded Mllly called. on Polly's part.as the handsome, ually large cougregatlon gatheredin people of Starke, Introduced E .R. Sunday at Ocala, when, the District .

ade for the table.as baffled at the whole epi "Yippee! Andy shrilled. And chap walked away. Tears welledup the First Methodist Church for Sacker, superintendent of the Department officers met for the planningof

empty! sode. another redskin bit the dust!" in Andy's eye'a."Who worship at 11 o'clock The pas of Correction of New the opening of the "YOUTH

tantly the answer flashed I The Judge's voice was tense, The blanket still hung over his who was that?" he tor the Rev. Frank 'Robinson York City. Mr. Tibblts also CRUSADE." This crusade will be

mind. Marian! It was "I've got the solution to Dora's asked brokenly. will at-
frgh his shoulder as the Judge returnedthe spoke on the subject "We needUllnkers" brought with him, Gordon Purdy of four years duration and
taken it, for had problem right here," he said "Cliff Thomas. Isn't he hand- Church
!who had receiver to its hook. and Troy Blann, who furnished the tempt to draw into the
a reply clutching the blanket "If I could ?" And she sighed again. and developed his sermon work of
ot been expecting "I must send the legal rulingto some music for the occasion. Mr. Purdy principally through the

( Dennis? only get to them In time! You see, Bill right now," he said, head- "Yeah," Andy muttered unhap- around the thought of Prayer. played the cornet and Mr. Blann the Young People already affiliated -

130 hoo, Marian!" he shoutedtop their water contract expires today Ing for the study. pily.She "Prayer is the ability\ \ of a 1 the trombone accompanied by Mr. with the Church, at least 400.-

of his voice. -." He turned excitedly. "It's turned on him with adult himself into God Tibbits. 000 additional Young People. TheVLU

Emily smiled. I knew you'dfind iM"ln tntln.., ** I'Vstt__, _fl/in't__ _anltmt__ Aft person to so put -- __. .._ _u..__ _. ,...._.. CI.._.'... ._
Ja. a n ui *u
the I.fla..a Mr. Sacker's address centered a- meeuuK ouuuajr
some way to get out of that a sense of security and Inner
-i iI unpacking," she called down. if you meant it, she said sternly. round the theme "Jesus Only." lIe Ocala was prlmarly for planningthe

; ,;; r "Oh, I do, I do" Andy said, tryIng serenity enfolds the praying individual illustrated his by relatIng )- mass meeting of Young People
"Come message
on, Milly. "
I I always said I married I Dennis and Marian returned to hard to please. he said and also broughtout stories from his rich experiences which will be held In the First
enjoying this tremendously that "Prayer fills one with of Ocala February
Polly was Methodist Church on
wonderful
a woman. with the of
i very their corner. Only Andy sank back the like of which delinquent boys
a great power,
21. At least a thousand
s : New York City.
he exclaimed. Into despondency. Everythingwas
"Cliff is father's New York representative the world does not offer, and Young People, besides workers
swell. The Northcotes had He said In substance that there
be found In the
which
.\ 4 she said impressively can only
.. with young people, are expectedto
_ _
been saved Marian and Dennis was no solution to the problems
of
-
of the
"Father says he s the most abiding presence Spirit attend this meeting. This Feb
were together again. But he was service of juvenile crime save that provided
God. The evening was
promising young man In the organ- meeting will be held for
ruary
the unhappiest guy in the world. ization." well attended at which time the by the death of Jesus on the Young People In the Gainesville

He was alone with the fragmentsof of "Basement Religion"was cross. If those who claim to be
subject District seven other such meetIngs -
chocked back sob.
Polly's unopened letter.CIIAPTEUo Andy a discussed by the pastor. the servants of God draw more attention
will be held the
"Father says he'll be a millionaire to themselves than to throughout

before he's thirty-five" Polly Next Sunday morning the pastor State for Young People of the
TWELVE: Christ they are failing in their
continued gleefully. will have charge of the ser- other districts. Principal speakers -
Judge Hardy looked up from mission. After all It U the
Andy was reduced to a state of vice and will be assisted by the to bt heard at this time will
his legal volumes as Andy entered thought of Jesus only that eventu-
excellent choir and by Mrs I"". II. bo Bishop Paul B. Kern, Bishopof
the jurist's den. agony. ally led the apOHtles and disciplesof
Long at the organ. The evening the Florida Conference, the)
leaned forward whisper
Polly
"Ive been Jilted! Andy an- old to give their lives for the
service will be dispensed with for Rev Walter Towner, Church-wide
"Of nobody's supposedto
ing. course,
nounced sadly. sake of the Gospel. Paul the great
_ this Sunday in order for all our director of Young Peoples' work'of
.
_____________ _______ The Judge stared for a moment know it yet, but with the thinker of Him day said, "For I
trem- people to join Baptist Southern Methodism, and
"But what? Andy was
., amused. "Polly Benedict, I determined not to know anything
i Church In worship. many other notable speakers
_ presume," he said gravely. bling now. among you save Jesus Christ and

% In a torrent of words Andy explained "He went to my father this This union service Is planned to Him Crucified." Those attending the set-up

what had be- afternoon and asked him enable Methodists to hear the ser- meeting In Ocala on last Sunday
happened
How true it Is today. The
l _ I :. tween them how he had writtenher Andy went white and his knees I mon by the Rev. Leslie Shepherdwho churches have interposed them- from Starke were: A. Z. Adkins

shook. will close his pastorate hereon Jr. President of the Garfield-
.t had returned his let-
how she
,
? +- : selves between the lost and the
? "Shhhhhhh, here he comes." the 29th to take up his new Evans League Union; Mrs. W B.
i d te'runopened."Can't Christ and do not let them even
,e Andy was barely able to standas duties as Chaplain of the State : Sewell, Superintendent of the
: _______ you help me out, Dad? get a glimpse of Him. We are
Cliff came over again and Farm at Raiford. Our Church Young People's Division of the
Andy pleaded. "Polly's having a constantly hearing appeals for
and she asked fondly put his arm around the girl. thus would pay tribute to Mr. local Church; Mrs. Frank Robin-
party tonight, me loyalty and support to build great
here do I who has served effi- Counselor of the Intermediate -
to It, too. I'm afraid she ain't "Now look Polly, I Shepherd so organization so that certain men son,
-- have to Insist on my rights?" he ciently and so effectively in our Department; and the Rev.
ever gonna speak to me again. maintain themselves In
may a
jidy started as he heard his so far away: maybe an airplane" And after I give her some of the asked with a'smile. community W regret to lose sucha of affluence and power The position Frank Robinson, punter of the

|r's voice, for it came from Despite herself, Emily was forc- best years of my life!" "Cliff, dear," Polly said cooly, fine Christian worker from our church has but one mission and First Methodist Church.

to at his despair. "I want to meet Mr. Hardy. community but wish him God -.-
arkened alcove leading to the ed grin The Judge smiled at Andy's sor- you that Is to win the lost to Christ. I

room, and it was a soft, "Tames Hardy. you listen to rowful expression."You Mr. Hardy Mr. Thomas." speed in his newly chosen field of There Is not the remotest possibility PfU'I'4UY1"IU\l': : CHURCH

fcifled answer. me!" she said firmly. say she asked you to her Cliff warmly extended a hand. endeavor. that men wli;; ever bring the
?" she call- "How do you do?" Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clocka "The Apostolic Church It'"
bat Is it, Andrew The Judge looked at her meek party? Kingdom of God here on earth.
Limp, heartsick, Andy shook Young Peoples Leader's meetIng Troubles and Triumphs" will be
eetly. "She certainly did. That :
ly, a beaten man. can come through Jesus only -
ndy knew that tone, and from "Yes, Mother?" "In that case we have a con- hands with him. will be held in Waldo Metho- -when lie comes here to be the the topic developed by the Rev C
"I was just telling Mr. Hardy dist Church at which time our C. Adams at
e knew that Marian was not "Remember what you told me tractual offer. Was there any revocation King. All those who name the the Presbyterian
about you, Cliff," Polly said. "It's church will be represented by Mr. Church next Sunday morning evt
e. Sure enough Dennis was when I got the wire from Mother, ? name of Christ ought to forsakethe

her. And sure enough, Marlad when she was ill. You said 'The Andy looked blank. still a secret, but Cliff's go- A Z. Adkins, Jr., Mrs. W. B. world and take the path that 11 o'clock Sunday School will

taken all the mall. It was telegram's here to stay.' Well, "Did she 'take It back' ?" Ing to Europe for father's firm. Sewell, Miss Patsy Keene, Mrs. will lead them to the Mount of begin at 10 o'clock. A "warm
And he has the loveliest wife and and the Mr. Christian welcome" is extended to
IlirlouBly excited Andy to whom James Hardy, the telephone's here the Judge asked. Frank Robinson, Rev. Transfiguration There we too

i extended a mauve envelope. to stay too, and you've got to get "No sir." the two most adorable children. Robinson. This group will meet may learn to see Jesus Only. everyone.

"Very good" the Judge com- For a split second Andy was so slmlllar groups of the Garfield- The .
ilffed It. Yes, gardenia per- used to it! seating capacity of the Hall
mented. "We thus have a con- startled he couldn't see straight. Evans League Union for the pur- taxed
e! It was from Folly all right. Judge Hardy's eyes lit up. Again was to the limit, extra VANDERBILTMiss
tinuing offer which can ripen intoa Then, as the truth dawned on him, pose of further developing plans seats
ndy left the two alone to make he grabbed his wife wildly and having been provided. There Velnva Norman, Cor
a great big grin spread over hU for the "Youth Crusade" which
their little differences, seatedelf contract by the mere fact of were about six ministers present.
her."Whoopee.
kissed --
on the lower step of the !" he exclaimed. Then, your acceptance. Technic ally, face. Suddenly he grabbed Cliffs will officially open for this District The music and the flowers addeda Mrs. G. L. Sapp has returned
this is overt act and hand again and shook it with in Ocala on Tuesday, February
Andy an touch of
,
beauty to the
stairs and happily tore open abashed at his own exuberance. program home after visiting relatives In
constitutes acceptance of an offer heartfelt fervor. 21.Wednellday. and made It a blessing to all who
[[envelope.look I "Mother you're even more remarkable South Carolina.
"Believe me, Mr. Thomas, a wife
of surprise and horror than I thought," he said, of unilateral contract, molding the and babies Is what man I night at 7:30: o'clockthe came. M.... Susie Johnson of Raiford
entire negotiations in a valid con- every meeting service will be Next Tuesday night, January 24,
e> over his face as he took racing for the door. needs," he said In a rush of words. prayer wag the week-end guest of Mrs.
tract with the necessary quid pro- Mr. Sacker will speak at the Tab-
the envelope still another As the Judge dashed down the "Thanks. Say. you're the Andy conducted In the Church. Worth- Sarah Alvarez.
to Pol- hall he almost fell over quo. while religious services are prepared ernacle. All who did not hear him
lope his own letter lower ,
Hardy Polly's always talking a- Mr. and Mrs. William and
on the "You mean I can go? Andy and conducted each Wednesday last week will surely want to hear Sapp
and sitting
vrltten from the ranch Andy, who was
bout aren't ? The Carvel! big little daughter. Elizabeth. of
shouted. "Boy, I am glad you're a you him then.
the dark, head In handa.me .v..nlnll'. and a cordial Invitation Is -----
in ----- --- --- -
unopened. steps __.____ Judge!" shot? The star of the basketball Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
T.U1KKNACLK:
U a '..''a. .'aHa. .t."n. .". extended to all who will come and
|e started as the light went off about wreCIU'5"him. The UA boy" V'blinked- '- as- Clad in a western outfit, Andywas team the town idol? ." worship with us. Last Friday night a good service Ellery Sapp Sunday morning.

lie And an stared for
suddenly
alcove. moment.
Andy a
a woefully spiritless "terrorof was enjoyed at the Tabernacle.The .
In the living Church _
.0.-----
out the light went on. We welcome you to our -
came to him. Snapping When he spoke It was honestly,
reachedfor the range" as he stood outside subject was one of Interest to
|hall light aa well. he tiptoed room arch Marian hastily sincerely, with real modesty."That's on any and all occasions. We
the Benedict home, trying to everyone and like all scriptural
and Dennis will
hed a handkerchief hope that, and feel that you ENGRAVINGTHE
he telephone. Carefully a lot of hooey, Mr.
gather up courage to ring the bell. messages they are Inspirational.Next .
tie in the sud- and
fixed his find friendliness reverence a
Polly's number. With ut- guiltily ThrkmAM.. ." ha flia IH .AV A nn Prill v_
He at meek ---- -- ----J--- -
was frightened ---01'
once Friday night Rev. Robin-
of light.
burst
In the
dignity or as much as he den unexpected the and hopeful. Would Polly forgivehim "Things like that get exaggeratedand Christ-like atmosphere sanc son pastor of the Hampton Baptist
asked the but- While the Judge picked up liable to do lot of tuary.was .
muster he I in surprise ? Laughter, talk and music they're a church will have charge< of the
to call Miss Benedict to phone. Andy stood up harm. I wasn't a star anybody
Polly stood the drifted to him from the Inside. ; program. lie will bring his musical -
on
hone. A moment later he was Emily and Aunt Milly down With an effort he swallowed the knows a basketball team ain't one double exposure," he confes saw with him.

Jeopalr again. upper landing, staring satisfaction. lump in his throat, straightened man. I couldn t. have scored a sed. Then, suddenly, he stared at -.

Has Polly Is having a costume Emily grinning with and his shoulders and pressed the bell. single this season If the other fellows her. "Walt a minute!" he burst RISING

jy.| was the reply he heard, Mllly baffled. Even Marian A moment later the colored but- hadn't put the ball right In out. "Those letters got mixed up.
wonderingly Mr*. II. II. Lewis
is not In to Mr. Andrew Dennis were standing ler swung it wide, revealing a very my hands!I""You're You got Marian's letter to Den- CorrespondentBen
the entrance to the room. Andy "
at too smiled
,dy. modest nis!
The butler
nervous Andy.
closer young Strickland of
stairs, Emily was busy turndown -, bewildered and aghast came blinked. Cliff, turning to Polly. "Better go! "I know." Polly giggled. "I Mayport was
into the visiting his sister Mrs. R. M.
snouted ,
the bed. The Judge, in' as the Judge ,! "Mr. Hardy! he exclaimed. "I to work on him," he said leaving' swapped with Dennis and after I Crosby, recently.

shirt sleeves, collar open, was phone. them."That's. I It In the en-
distance! Yes, didn't recognize you In that cos- read your letter put Mrs. J. W. Driggers and son,
ncklng their luggage. He smll- "Give me long strange talk for a man' and sent it back to "
tume. Your hat, sir. velope you. Jesse
of William relatives at
were visiting THAT
(ruefully as be unpacked his yes! I want the in ranch Carson County. Andy stepped forward doubtfully of destiny," said Polly, slowly, asher Andy drew a little nearer to her Interlachen Saturday. FINEST

brero from the trunk. Northcote number la -" He I "No thanks I'll keep It," he yea met Andy's. He leaned over and, very tentatively Eld. N. T. King returned home MONEY CAN BUY
I That s right the "Go ahead, rub it In," said Andy ,
ally, he said, "as long as need it in
In confusion. said. "I may a hurry. kissed her lightly on the cheek Tuesday after spending three
short i
I'll be able to see a stopped grimly. "I got it coming
never In full swing.
The was back CARDS
party to see
stepping VISITING
"It's four three "Milly call- Immediately weeks with his daughter, Mrs.
tern read West- Still outwardly stern, Polly said
a
picture or
to
Costumed couples were dancing what her reaction was. Envna Kirkland of Tampa.Mr. .
story without being unhappyt ed down. In a low voice: "There is some-
two," Andy broke in. the music of a radio, a' buffet "That's not the kind of kiss I'd and Mrs. W. C. Conner and WEDDINGINVITATIONS
Dora and Bill." "Ring thing I want to tell you. Come
theJudge's supper was being served and an the Mrs. J. W. made busi-
Prespiratlon stood out on expect from the terror of Driggers a
with
Ira. Hardy moved over to help the air of gaiety prevaded the room. me. ness trip to Gainesville Monday.
face as be repeated range said Polly.EC8tatically
"What In
(husband was that letter you
unpack. Andy gazed around him, searching
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Tou did beat James," she number to the operator. her his wrote me, Andy?" she whispered. Andy threw his Bishop
your And
for Polly. finding BIRTH
xentlv. She lifted an Indian "And hurry! Hurry! he pleaded. .. .. "It said I mean I said arms around her. "You're doggun' Men Bob Thomas little children,
race reil. sne: was dancing WUH a Elizabeth and Rebecca all of La-
,
ket from ie trunk. Hoping that I was sorry and that I wanted tootln'! he shouted planting a ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY

Istract her husband she swirlt He paused for breath and, for I tall ten, handsome older young than Andy.man,Timidly. easily- you to forgive me and oh, solid kiss on her lips. Crosse spent Sunday with Mr. and
years Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
the
open on the bed. "You never I' the first time, surveyed consternation Into the i lots of things." Andy stuttered. TVi..n h" loaned. onto the _Dorch.
had caused. He .. Andy. stepped room. ---------6--- Mrs. Lloyd Moore of Raiford
he "
any attention to your lovely A moment later Polly had seen "What things? she persisted. rail as if he were riding a wild ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSWe
and Miss Rosa Moore of Hellbronn
embarrassment."Will :
"
ent," she said smiled with "Oh Just a lot of things. mustang. Swinging his sombrerohe
accusingly. him. Her face froze as she excused -
? he Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
were visiting
tie Judge looked at it a little wonders never cease she'll' herself to her partner and "Darling before I left CarvelI let out a wild yell. Conner Monday are local agents for the 11.
says
jjtlly and started to turn away said. "The right operator away." And a approached Andy. was sure I cared enough" for you "Yippee! I'm a rootln', tootln', Ben Strickland of Mayport, Mrs.) ft B. Drew Co., the Sooth's finest -
she forced him to look at it. have them she and now I know I do. and I like
maverick
Mr. Hardy hootln' my
the connection was "Good evening, R. M. Crosby, Dorothy and Nell Kngraver: Their entire
See, its terribly old and such moment later aid stiffly "How'd you know I wrote that? bronco wild!" he announced in a Crosby and Doris Strickland were line of Fine Engraving Sample

Ique design!" completed.14 James Hardy, Bill." the "Good evening Miss Benedict" he demanded."I ftentorlan voice, without as much visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Har- may be seen by calling; 20 or 83.
Looks familiar the Judge "This steamed It open to read it I who had
the
Andy replied humbly.For as a glance at guests rell of Brooker Friday.
ented disinterestedly Judge said swiftly.It Bill Northcote a moment there was silence; before I sent it back," Polly con crowded onto the porch at his first Walter Underbill made a business -

'ell. it's a map of the North- was a forlorn the receiver.He then shamefaced, Andy said, fessed, her eyes cast down. "And unrestrained scream. trip to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Bradford County;

i valley. here's the stream. who had picked up I want that picture of you on
See
at
to see me your Telegraph
"Surprised Andy
and Dora had been in the The Hardys. especially and Mrs. Russell Carter
i nearly a hundred years old- studying the party T""Yes. the bronco. were riding high again. and little children spent Sunday
of despair, ninuelf "C.
e Judge's widened In depths Andy felt blushing.
eyes contract for some possible loop- I am. me. That THE END with Mrs. E. J. Lewis. _,_._._._._ _,_,- _._ .
nhshrnent that w8.8n.t really
Polly,
had been trying to be But you Invited me, Andy
tumping Jehosophat! he ex- hole. Both






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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUGGIlATn STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANBAlCYa' >,
PAGE EIGHT .
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r r construction of a small citycounty SHARECROPPERS COLD AND HUNGRY I PEOPLES cARl

Bradford i County TelegraphEstablished Stuff unit here The reply was that
an official would be sent here to

1877 confer with the Co.unty Planning 1
About Starke: 4
Board as to the advisability or

Published 'Weekly on Frit.laysand- Entered as Second Class AND WIADFOIID COUNTY possibility of such a project here /
.
but till now the Investigatorhas
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida up ,

.. -.. Since (lie announcement of the I not appeared

E. L. Matthews_ __ ____ _________-Editor and Owner "Hitler Contest" which will be a I Joe Wilson the real estate man
feature of the Birthday Ball, threeor
..
.
--- needof
--- -- -- - still insists tha't the crying
minds In the .
four people (great k
SUBSCRIPTION RATE same channel) have mentioned to the day Is more houses to rent i1tS'7

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance the chairman that there is one in Starke. At least ten new fami- i..
lies could be Induced to move here
Advertising Rates on Application man in town who could win hands
within the nejd sixty days If we
down without even having to masquerade.
houses them In after
had to put
Can you guess who be
CLOSING OF ROAD 13
THE
they got here he says. Too bad
is, or have you noticed this alleged "''
In spite of the fact they had been warned it was still some-! resemblance? the growth of Starke Is checkmated lliA 42883'Here
because we haven't a roof to
what of a shock for Bradford County business men to facet i offer newcomers.

the fact Wednesday afternoon that Road 13 between Starke I It's nice to know that there Is

this at least one event held here every Some of the sweet things
and Gainesville( was closed to traffic, thus depriving sec- young ----
when you don't have to wor- about town are awfully worried a-
tion of benefits to be derived from tourist travel to ahd from year
ry about getting a good crowd I bout the closing of Road 13. la the first completed gj<

South Florida during the next few months.It out-and that event seems to be They're afraid that "big mom- el of the "Peoples Cared as ol'dt

is impossible to estimate the damage that will be doneto the annual Birthday Ball. They I ents" from Gainesville won't be SIKESTON, MO.--Huddled around campfires by the roadside, by Hitler from German 111

have been huge successes every able to find their way over here hundreds of southeast Missouri sharecroppers' families demon- facturers. This car Is being

Starke and Bradford County if this important highway year and usually turn out to be for the Birthday Ball next week. strated against their low economic status, faced the perils of by the Government to people]

remains blocked during the remainder of the winter, but the more of a "homecoming"; than a "All the boys were planning to probable rain and snow shrinking food supplies and the dangerof small installments so 101\

losses to filling stations, restaurants, hotels, tourist camps, real Homecoming event could hope come over, but with all this de- disease. A typical group is shown In this photograph as they the average German will be i uj]

thousands of dollars. to be. Dancing Is just one of the touring they have to do now 1 knelt In prayer along U. S. Highway 61 near here. obligation to the Government t
the
and roadside stands will run into
muny attractions at a Birthday just know they'll get lost before at least 6 years.

This loss of revenue, of course, will indirectly affect adversely Ball. Lots of people who never they get here" several of them
I lea Calif., to J. D. Peele of Law- :Mary Holllngsworth\ to Mack A.
other business in the community. danced a step come out to enjoy walled In unison. We suggest Warranty deed to 1-2
every tey. East 1.2 of Lot 12 In Wood- Sweat and wife Edna Sweat. War- acre t
the fun and to see friends, some that maps showing the various detours December 16.
distressed restaurant men one or two lawn 5 acres in extent. Deed ranty deed to 40 acres filed Dec-
Particularly are haven'tseen
of whom perhaps they from 'Gainesville to Starkebe J. H. Saxon and wife Ellen !
ember 8.
i flatly stating yesterday afternoon that they might as well since the last Birthday Ball. mailed to every fraternity houseIn filed January 9. on, to Ethel Dees Jones LotJ

i close their doors if they lose the business that is derived This year (If they hold true to Gainesville. We shudder to Tax deed to W. H. Graham for H.E.. Stokes and wife, Alberta Block 14 In Hampton. Wan
Waters and K.
Stokes to L. R. J.
form look forward to a 85 acres filed January 2.
) we can think of the roads being full of deed filed December 21
from Road 13. The fact that Highway 28 and Highway 48 Douglas. Warranty deed to 22
swell from Talla W. R. Swan-
representation eager but lost escorts while some O. T Nelson to J. H. Hundley and Emma HIE

will remain open means very little, they say, for these roads hassee. Harold and Martha Wall of our most attractive bits of fem- born, warranty deed for 19 acres acres filed December 10. ley his wife to R. A. Green. 1

do not throw travel directly into the business section of town Bill and Blanch Wainwright Pat ininity sit at home and miss the I filed November 16. Eva A. Killian and J. W. Klllian on Cherry Street In Starke. 'IT

dogs Road 13. and Mary Patten Dorothy Sapp festivities. i J. W. Andrews Jr., and wife, her husband to Emma ranty deed filed December 27./ |

as Virginia Carpenter and, of course _p Nell Andrews to P. A. Brinson. Chalker. One-half interest in lots R. L. Reddish and wife

In answer to pleas from local interests that the work be all the college girls, we hope. INSTRUMENTS FILED Lots 6, 7, 8 of Block "C", Rising 1, 2. 3, 11, 12, 13 14, of Block 12, ret Reddish to Margaret Red

postponed until summer, officials of the State Road Depart- Then from Jacksonville Mr. and SINCE NOVEMBER 18 I Addition to Starke. Warranty Livingston Truby and Co's. Ad- Warranty deed to 30 acres i
Mrs. Glen Searing are BirthdayBall I dition to Starke. Warranty deed
deed filed December 1. December 29.
( ment reply that the construction will be carried on with WPA regulars and also pretty sure (Continued from Page One) filed December 10.
Ethel Jones to Pearl Dees. Lots P. A. Brinson of Duval $. funds which must be spent at once, if at all. In answer to to show up are A. E. Wall, Jr., M. A. Smith as Liquidator of 9. 10. 11, 12 of Block 13 of Hamp- Mabel McG. Weller to Ida L. and M. F. Brown and Flo:

the request that half of the road be kept open during the Julian Peek, Jr., Bobby Connoly, Bradford County Bank to Claud ton. Warranty deed filed Decem- Darby. One-half interest to lots Brown his wife of Starke, toj

period of construction, as wag done between Starke and ; George and Murla Bennett Clar- V. and Alice Ingleright of Starke. ber 2.Julia. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 14 of Block 12. Howell Nasworthy and wife, 1 11!
ence and Mlrlan Nussbaum Mr. Deed to 20 acres filed December Johns and her husband Livingston Truby and Cos. Addi- abeth Naaworthy Wan
Lawtey the officials reply that the old road bed is being and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez and doz-
tion
7. H. L. ,Johns to Emery M. Johns. to Starke. Warranty deed deed to old Bank of Starke, 1 BuJ
T abandoned between Sante Fe River and Waldo and that it ens of others From Macclenny Mary Elizabeth' Turner and W. Warranty deed to: 40 acres filed filed December 10. Ing and land filed December s|

will also be impossible to keep half of it open because of the we can count on Tolbert and Es- T. Turner her husband of Brad- December 2. I J. S. Austin and wife Bertie T. C. Hazen and Mrs. Mad
telle Black from Hawthorne ford County, to Carrie T. Dowllng Johnnie and wife '
Hollingsworth to Mrs.
Austin Grace Norman. Andrews 118 guardians for 1 M
1 concrete type of construction which will be used. Milton and Mamie Brownlee;' from Mamie T.; Brltt and Ola Rutledge. Hazen the wife of T. C H

By the time this editorial is in print, a delegation from Gainesville, Bill Wainwright and Deed to 40 acres' filed November to H. T. Shaw. Warranty dwdj
all the other Bradford County
Starke will be in Tallahassee trying to convince road depart- 21.W. i 40 acres filed January 3.
County boys. Speed Harvey might
T. Turner ana Mary Eliza-1 I R. A. Green and Lucile
ment officials that some means surely can be found for keeping even be Induced to come all the 1
beth Turner of Bradford County Green his wife; to M. F Wig

I this road open, by detour or otherwise, without the nec- way up from Plant City; Dr. to R. J.,Turner and wife Phyle R. Warranty deed to 80 acres (f J

) essity of routing traffic miles out of the way. Besides the Sternberg of Daytona Beach; and Turner, of Bradford County. Deedto By LOU/J RE/D January 4. 1939.: f
Owen Griffin from St. Augustinewho
loss of Bradford the immense 40 acres filed December 10. Music Feature & Photo Louis A. Donnelly and wife,Itlla
revenue to Starke and County, knows. But we could go Syndicate
W. T. Turner and wife, Mary S. Donnelly to C. O. Tat
'
'? inconvenience to through traffic-truck, bus, and tourist- on like this for hours. The safest Elizabeth Turner, of Bradford FOR a man of such restless energy eternal benevolent moon of Tin and J. C. Talbott. Warrantyto <

should be taken into consideration.The thing for you to do is come out County to O. J. Turner, W A. I versatile talent, Noel Coward.Piccadilly' I Pan Alley 20 acres filed January :5.
to the Ball yourself and see who greatest pride seems to Their earnings are stupendous.
Turner, Roy V. Turner and Katie P. A.
big danger in the situation lies in the fact that road all la there. be strangely in- Men who ware batons over better Brinson M. F.'Drown i
Coates, Nellie Bridges, J. H. active. Neither grade dance bands receive: each Florence Brown, his wife

tli ', detours are given wide publicity throughout the country. Turner and H. T. Turner, heirs of play, nor song, week considerably more than the Arthur H. Hall. Warranty i d

Some oil companies publish "detour" maps and the American The best story of the week Is J. T. Turner of Bradford County. nor book has Republic pays Its President The to land In Bradford .County I t
Deed to 40 filed December come from his economic cyclones Item always to
one which Bill Graham tells on acres January 9.
Automobile Association notifies each member of its gigantic many pus them by I doubt:: they are subject
himself. Bill now has the distinction 10. months. mental F. C. Hollingsworth and A
to depression.
even
Were a
organization just as soon as any portion of a road is closed. and somewhat doubtful W. T. Turner and' Mary Eliza- poll to be taken They could not be danceband men B. Hollingaworth his wife to I

When tourists learn of the Road 13 detour they will quit com honor, of being the only young- beth Turner of radford County by his admirersas If they were. It takes a hardy crew P. Parrlah. Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, J, |
e man-about-town to take a pot shot to Joe L. Downing of to what phaseof to stand up under the strain of playIng 7. 8, in Lincoln City. War&!
ing this way at all and it might be years before the present '
the tunes and over.
same over
at the sheriff and still be able County. Deed to 60 acres his activity deed filed January 7,
heavy travel through this section is re-established. filed J nnntentv! will -
to laugh about it. It seems that December 10. --- -- best---remember Estella Hinson to J. C Taltxf<'

s'i v No matter how many other highways we have, Road 13 Bill had pulled his car off on the J. L. Scotten of Alachua County Lout Rild' him, it Is prob. Old Tunes In New Styles Warranty deed to 2 1-2 acres 1

shoulder of the highway along a- to L. D. Vining. Deed to 40 able that his Their chief aim in life next to I ed January 10.
is still the main that bears the lifeblood of travel
artery very bout dark the other afternoon and acres filed December 13. candidly refreshing autobiography. I raking in the shekel from radio I James Lamb and wife, En

through Bradford County. Let us hope that the Governor had gone some little distance a- M. F. Brown as Special MasterIn. "Present Indicative," would take and hotel overlords end aiding romance beth Lamb, to John E. Mar

I and the Road Department take this fact into considerationand way to see if he could scare up a Chancery of Starke to L. B. first But honors.in second place would be we lie to discover in Jazziutept new ways America of playing, must and wife, Grace M. Marshall. 1

mesa of birds. When he started Alexander of Waldo. Deed to feel old tunes. Now, nothing teem 1, Block 3 of J. G. Alvarez
cooperate with us in any possible way to prevent the certain, his songs. A new tune may
back to the road it was almost land in Bradford filed December from his piano is long past due. of Jess Importance than, the newest dltlon to Starke. Waranty d
winter season of 1939 from being a disasterous one for dark and he could see someone 13.The Meanwhile his lovely waltz song tinkle that may be given to a hack- filed January 4.

Bradford County. rummaging (so be thought) Federal Land Bank of Columbia "I'll See You Again" gives evidenceof neyed/ hotcha. out the newest tinkle ._ -

,gi o through his car with the aid of a S. C., to Robert J... Kemp becoming a perennial favorite. may be tomorrow's tomorrowmusical musical style/ 11AITIST CHURCH NOm
And upon
flashlight. Bill quickened his and Evely Kemp Qf Starke. Deedto 11 ,- ,.
civilization it -
style hang o
AND WE WILL LONG; REMEMBER may
but before he could reach 25 acres filed Uecember, 22.
steps -I'll See You Again" /ant. well iv take too Services will be conducted M
The passing this week of C. F. Hoover brings serious the scene whoever It was got Into Farmers and Dealers Bank of: made Its first appearance I lightly/ those who shake First Baptist Church next Sun

another automobile and drove a- Lake Butler to R. A. Green of several years ago a. stick over the nation's at the usual time with the past
who have marked the
thoughts thoughts to thoseof us
pass- way. "Well of all the nerve,'' Bill Starke. Warranty deed to 240 as the leading number tongt. Judging from the the Rev. Leslie A. Shepherd,!

ing in recent years of an unusually large number of the men thought. "I'll Just give that fellow acres filed December'! of Coward's operetta, ore number not engaged being taken they charge. At the evening Service|

who might be said to have "nursed" our town into its present a good scare." And without M. F. Brown' 'Special' MasterIn "Bitter continued Sweet.ever since It has as light/] 7:30 o'clock, Young People's!N

state of growth and well-being-the men who "adopted" more ado he fired his double-barrel Chancery of 'Starke, to R. B. one of the standard will be observed with several!

shotgun-into the air of course; Whitehead of V ldosta, Ga. Deedto waltzes In dance band Paraphrasing the old the younger members assisting]
Starke when it was young, seeing in it, even in those unvarnished for he really wouldn't want to 640 acres filed December 30. repertory, ranking not philosophy of the songwriter the'Services. The pastor will t

days, a pleasant place to live and a profitable place hurt anyone.: As the thunder of Anne B. Cook and Charles J. far below the more luscious the dance band- cuss "A Creed For To-day.:

to work. the last shot died away the flee- Cook, her husband of Marion\ ear soothers of Le- men don't care who Church will be host to melD
bar and Oscar Straus
write the law long
ing automobile halted turned a- County Ind., to* Margaret Cookof so of the "Methodist Church who
In appeal. Coward, a .a they can play the
Forty years ago Mr. Hoover and his brother came to Starke round and drove back to the' N. Y., State. Warranty deedto few years later, tried to A songs. That America visit in a gesture of farewellMr. j

and set up their photographic studio. Since that time they scene. Imagine Bill's embarass-; 40 acres filed December 31. repeat his earlier triumph has managed to keep an Shepherd, who leaves at

ment when out stepped none other, Tax; deed to D. E. Knight and In "I'll Follow even keel in the last January 29 to assume the work
have grown with the town, but their fame was by no means
than Sheriff A. O. Andreu! He had N. L. Knight for Lot 14 of Block My Secret Heart.- almost eight year may be Chaplain at the State Pri

1 ;Ii confined to its limits, for they soon became recognized as seen the car parked on the shoul-I 29, Peek's Addition to Starke fli- succeeded. It was Noel Coward largely due to such fel- Farm.
a comic BOOK, a memo- P.R.S. lows-to faw-
the true artists that they were and Starke became the mecca, der of the road and when Bill first ed January 2, 1939. rable contribution to medical lore: IS Vallee, Whiteman name, Lombardo.a On Sunday January 29.

for discriminating people seeking excellence and pure artis-, saw him was making a routine Tax; deed to E. E. Austin for "Mad Dogs and Englishmen Go Out Lyman, Lopez, Bernie, Kemp, Shepherd<< will deliver his ti
search thinking someone might 19 acres filed January 2. in the Midday Sun," which nosed Goodman, Gray message from the local Pulpit |
try in photographic work. have had an accident. Clifford Hocking (son of Ben- out the "secret heart" as the BrItIsher'a the evening Service. He annoes

In spite of the confining nature of his business, Mr.I jamin Hocking deceased) and Coward second who most II a popular high ranking song. The latt tunes written by the fate that the message will be gt'j

s Hoover found time to take an active part in civic and church I Charles Pender, who officiatesat Myrtle Hocking his wife, of Hen-i member la the Performing Rights George pond expressly ee"hwlrltdl"Y for the were"GaidarnFollie com under the heading. 'A-Dio
the piano with the Starke nepln County Minn., to Hazel Society Ltd., English equivalent of ." sons not attending elsewhere'
.
-nr now echoing throughthe
affairs and gave generously of his time to both. The pass- Swlngstera who will make their Hueseman of Four Buttes, Mont. ASCAP, U not a skilled musician, parlon. cordially invited to worship In '

ing of men of his calibre makes us pause to wonder where is debut at the Ball went to sleep Deed to 1-6 acres"filed January 3. but he has a gift of graceful melody, ._ Baptist Church at all times.
one night, dreamed he was at the W. Q. Seals andT Jessie B. Seals can pen rhymes that are a deft p
the growing who hope to take his -
man or youth can ever blend of sentiment and
sophistication.
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keyboard of a Baby Grand, and his wife, of Duval County to Lil- Plan are being developed by the The Annual Men's Banquet

place? when he awoke the next morning lian D. Harrell of Lake County. management of New York's World'sFair be held at the Woman's Club''
to set the musical of the ]
His dapper figure, his sprightly walk, and his odd, but sure enough, it had happened! He Deed to land In Bradford filed Tin city of Washington note exposition upon high classical aspect stan Monday night, January 30 at tj
.
lovable mannerisms might be gone, but it is pleasant to could play the piano. At least January 4. boasts a ". eiee. Band" the dards. Special hospitality, appar- o'clock. All men who are rat
that's the way Charlie says it was, N D. Wainwright E. W. Hayes. inmnlnri of which play Instruments ently i II to be extended to Beethoven bers of the Church as well
know that there are hundreds of homes in Bradford County and who are we to doubt his ; and J. B. Rowe as Commissioners J..hiorom kitchen utrniih. Bach and Brahms for Olin others who frequently

t and many throughout the state and country, where the mem- word? Sounds as plausible as :, in Partition to J. F. Shaw. Commissioners The band it specially aeeompliihed Dowries, erudite music critic of the the Church worship are Invited. A
In the old New York Times has been
appointed -
tune, 'Lia Ian*. ,
of
ory of Mr. Hoover vill be kept alive by the very work in most the publicity stories com- deed to 39 acres filed musical director of the Fair evening of feasting and fel

ing out of Hollywood at any rate. January 5. \ Vet it is a safe prediction that ship Is planned. All members
which he took such pride and pleasure. The great talent Many society matrons and debu
We (do know however, that Char- J. S. Griner and Carra. R. Grin- tantes have whatever musical glorification the guests are urged to "save"
attempted to
with which he was blessed will live for generations, reflectedin lie never had a lesson and that er his wife of Bradford County toW singing careers for themselves carve out In Fair achieves will be derived not date, January 30.

the photographs which became almost more than photo- he now pl.iya the piano like an old S. Sibley of Thereasa. Deedto New York restaurants and broad from the three Bs, but from soma

maestro so we might as well give 40 acres filed January 5. casting studios but only three have simple little tune yet unwritten .NOTICH Of APPI.I'IO'' r
graphs-which became almost living, breathing incarna- the dream credit for the good Calvin Brinkley of Duval Coun- enjoyed any measure of success. which the public will associate with 'I'A% ItKIOIIMrnnto : :
the exposition and into ( IIII!:
tions under the skillful touch of'his inspired hands. work. ty to G. B. Colson of Brooker. They are Eve Symington. Representative current craze. popularize a NOTICK 1ft mil HEREBY No an
Wadsworth's low-voiced That Nelson hold'!
B. Blocker
o --- Lots 1 and 12, Block 20, Brooker. daughter: Adelaide Moffett. daughter Tax Certificate No. HI, issued.
BUY A TICKET TO THE BALL Cheer up Officials of the Western Warranty deed flied January 5. of James A. Moffett, former The last Chicago Fair, strangely 8th.. day of August A. D. 192",J
Union Telegraph Co., express Lou Tanksley Moore of Duval Federal Housing Administrator and did not have a theme song. In lied Ham In ny off lea "0'1.,1' ,
fact it managed to attain financial made application' for tax <
During the next week citizens of Bradford County will themselves as being highly pleased County to Mamie Lou Edwards of Mrs. Cobina Wright success without one. The Chicago be Untied. thereon. Said a certil'''';

t again be given the opportunity to contribute to the nationwide I I that the company lost only $1- Bradford County. Lot 8, Block 7 'p. Worlds Fair of 1893. however did embrace property In th the. following County of Brud'lHtate d..rr'

700,000 last year. of Lawtay Warranty deed filed have one the "Hoochl60C0 C11Ie." of Florida, to-wlt'
campaign to raise funds to Of all the classes '
the
carry on fight against January 6. of entertainers Though the Fair Is forgotten, the Lot Two or S Acre In North*
infantile paralysis. Since the first Birthday Ball this Chicken continues the maestro of the dance continue melody lingers on. And of course Quarter of Northeaat Quarterlion
stealing at
very a P. A. Brinson 'and '
Marcus F. :year la and year out to be the most there "Meet Me L Township 6 South Ha"'* !
county has always made a fine contribution to the cause, mild pace with Harry Houston the Brown and wife Florence B. favored with the rocking-chatr Louis."was In St. Louis Kant, containing B Acre., more I I

i and the good record will doubtless be maintained this latest victim to the tune of ten or Brown, Duval County and Starke costs. There must be a thousandof leThe amieiuinnent. of the said Pri
year. fifteen head. Officers believe responsibility respectively, to A. J. Thomas. them on the radio and the ma Joan Crawford It the latest, screen arty under the said certif!< >"
One of the most attractive features jority of them bare ud' In the Loui1Hill.
about this particular rests on the same Starke. Lot 1, BlockTl, Temple's become household star heretofore musically event to was name of

drive is that each contributor is entitled to more than hismoney's parties who have stolen chickens Addition to Starke. Fee Simple god the stars who almost of the, equal In popularity lift her voice in tony in her "0- Unless Bald certificate\ shall'1Jredeemed I
screen. Basking ,
ture
worth in the fun and rabbits from other places deed filed January 7. In public favor "Mannequin. the sings a flea- accordingto law willcold ,1]
good that is available each year]1 they're making sent little ballad by Edward Ward property dexrrlbed herein
I, recently. Chapin-Sacks bey-h.y while the moon shines the to the hlKhent bidder. st 1
at the annual Birthday Ball. No other campaign to raise to Southern Corp. of Virginia called "Always and Always." court hones door on the first i/1
Dairies. Inc., of Jack day In the month of March. I 1
funds ever gives so much in return for the amount that is Whatever to the its! '
happened hospital
sonville. Deed to 5 acres filed CHRISTIAN SAID; "Melody is the golden thread which l II the th. day of

_ ;; contributed. If you cannot attend the Ball this year, buy a project Investigation? Congressman January 9. ning through the maze of tones, by which the ear run-is 1B39 Dated thin 18th day of JaG''"
ticket I Green wrote WPA officials Mary SUva by John L. 19311.
anyway Harvey guided and the heart reached
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In Jacksonville (un-Fii-iAl. SEAL) A. J. Th""
the |
urging as
attorney In fact
of Los Ange, rierk of Circuit. Court of Vt\
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