Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02682
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Stage Set For Birthday Ball OPINIONS DEATH ENDS I Free Market Is t

!GRO At Woman's Club TonIght- DIFFER OVER CAREER OF !

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_- t No Charge To Buyers or Sellers During 1939-

On Way To Kill One Some Sail Business Badt Paragrapher Got' New Manager Employed This Week

lore as 'When CapturedBy Some Better, Since p Start In JournalismWith Paving To Start Soon

Police Telegraph

Detour Began -- Facilities of the State Farmers' Market here will be of-

when Peggyled t.' -- Avery Powell, who started his fered absolutely free to farmers and buyers during 1939, it
afternoon As might be expected, opinions I
newspaper career with the Telegraph was announced yesterday by County Agent T. K. McClane,
Brooker a little { differ widely here as to what effect -
In from if anyth. closing a week. and became one of the Jr. Operating expenses will be met with funds received :
.. .around 3:30: o'clock-an av- country's most widely quoted para- from rented
ago last Wednesday of Road 13; space to restaurants, filling stations, and other

ge sized, 33-year-old negron Ac between Starke and Gainesville graphers, died Tuesday night in concessions, it was stated. All commissions and percentageswill

carrying something careful has had on local business condi- a Jacksonville hospital after a be eliminated and farmers will probably conduct their
t brief Illness which culminated along
concealed In a crocus sack F } 'I..v.--..-.. _'n' u own. sales direct to buyers

ng down from the train at thed '. .- Up to date It'seema to be a sixty-three period years 01 ill of health.age. tie was Simultaneously with this hange: in policy came the announcement -

matter of "you pay your money that a new manager -
below town.
13 crossing Walnut just Street, he c Let Me Ride! Oh, Let Me Ride! and you take your choice." Opinions His wit appeared and timely daily philosophywhich in The LOVED STARKE I II. A. Owen of Palatka
king up
of business men Interviewed has been employed to pilot
Arms voices clear the child- for the ..
westward on Madison upstretched, ringing all the Florida Times-Union past
,ed ranged way from dire predictions activities at the market during
r ens chorus of the Thurston colored school ten reprintedIn -
(pictured years was frequently
down he to
enue. One block saw "shutting up shop" i the
here In a tense moment) will pour their hearts out cheerful statements that businessis the nation's; press and period!
Ford V-8 belonging to Bil- t Mr. Owen has been in the
934 t onight In a number of moving negro spirituals! for actually Improving cals and the prolific output of his
all of his life and
of the Tor- marketing game
Noegel, an employe was a source of constant
he benefit of Infantile victims. pen
paralysis As almost everyone knows by '
is familiar with its varied
Chevrolet Co., parked at the amazement to his contemporaries. y'L\lFt y 7d prob-
The keys were in the ig- now, Road 13 was ordered closed His for humor ,'st 7I z'* lems. He comes' here highly recommended -
homely en-
ner.on switch, the tank was full of Giving every promise of being Bradford County's most on January 18 by the State deared ability him to thousands of per- e ,', as to ability and integrity -

joline-everything fitted per- brilliant and well-attended social event, the annual BirthdayBall Road Departme :-during the pro- sons whom he never met, but and la determined to makea

tly into his well-laid plans. The staged to benefit the "fight infantile paralysis" campaign cess of re-surfacSng and new con- from whom he received a vast amount w success of the Bradford marketat

!ro entered the car, stepped on will get under way tonight in the Woman's Club struction Waldo. Traffic work nbrth? I is and south of of correspondence and contributions all costs.Everyone.
starter, and sped away In the auditorium at 8 o'clock. Judging from the advance sale of around being to his column. t M G$ connected with the
by Keystone Heights Mel-
ection of Jacksonville. That tickets and the number of out-of-town guests already arriv- and < Death resulted from a kidney market Is highly enthusiastic over
rose, Orange Heights. Starke
ing for the festivities, tonight's celebration will have no business men held a mass meet- ailment which caused him to be prospects of successful/ operation

pea equal among simillar events in the history of Bradford ing, fired telegrams of protest removed from his home, 1728 East 4 fi during the approaching straw

unity officers a wild chase end- County. Acceptances have come in large numbers from Green right and left but all efforts were Monroe Street to a hospital several berry here season.this The is acreage large enoughto planted -
In a smash-up near White- Cove Springs: K e" y u 1:1: t U n e' in vain. The road remained clos- weeks ago. insure a sufficient quantity of

ise! Heights, Lake Butler, Jack- CAN YOU- Mr. Powell Is survived by his
ed.The Bessie Groover fruit to make the deal attractiveto
he man, whose quiet demeanor sonville Gainesville and even following statements are widow, Mrs.
outside believe.
buyers, they
belled his desperate In- LOOK LIKE HIM? naturally Powell; a daughter, Mrs. Howard
Peggy from such distant points as from businesses that would It is expected that work on themurket's
of three
A. Smith Jacksonville
tiona, was Willie Thomas of be most affected ; 1
Tallahassee Lakeland Day- by any increase will be-
paving project
sons, John S. Powell of New Or-
The object which he
ooker. It or decrease of travel on in short while and also
tona Beach and City. Jr. gin a con-
leans Powell
; Avery George
tied so carefully in the cro- Road 13. Of the twenty-three
sidered that the
will truly be BradfordCounty's of Miami, and Julius David possible cooling
sack was a single-barrel shot- : out." places, questioned, only nine re- plant, for which WPA funds have
Powell of Jacksonville two
of murder ;
victims his
n. The ported definitely a downward
Powell.. of MAC.. *.. been appropriated, might be com-
Although dancing, and the Ball brothers, Tate ._, .
ma were Annie Bell Dawkins; trend'of sales since the road was - -- -- pleted around the middle of

sister-in-law, and Bishop Ar- proper will not begin until 9:30: blocked for repairs. Eight admitted clenny; N. A. Powell of Glendale, AVERY POWELLWARNING March.

tt Hicks, 38-year-old Jackson- o'clock, a unique program of here- that business was "about Ohio. .
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le negro whom Thomas blam- tofore undiscovered talent will be Five prizes of the same"; four boasted that sales Funeral services were held at*

for much of the trouble he'd presented for the amusement of I $1 each will be had actually' Increased, and only three o'clock Thursday afternoonand MEET
arrivals beginning at 8 o'- Interment was in the River- COTTON
.d with his wife Rhoda. early given for the best I two said that gross receipts were
effort is being side Memorial Park Cemetery.
clock. A special
I ions off 50 percent
After the Jacksonville shooting Impersonat qr More. .
E. L. Matthews, chairman Lived In 8Uu-k
lomas started back to Brooker of Adolf Hitler Mrs. Titus Olsen;'. proprietor of S2HEDULEDfOR
of the event to make the Ball Avery Powell moved to Starke
r the confessed purpose ''of klll- at the Birthday the Orange Blossom Cafe locatedat
and entertaining to. when a boy with his parents, Dr.
feKin muftier-ln-law! *" He"'l1cverL Ball\ tonight' the intersection{ of Roads 28
those'who' do nor dance .,afl U. yet and Mrs.-Xate. Powell, from their BYJYOURSELFKingsley TODAYl:
> there, however, for police had Contest open to and 13, where the' detour begins,
would like to participate in the home atace: 6f North Carolina
dioed his description and when fun. men only answered that "So far, the closingof Possessing a flair for writing 1

e speeding V-8 reached White- the road hasn't hurt our busi- -

use two Duval County road Birthday--- of musical young men about town, ness. We're doing as well as be- young the Avery Telegraph became, at first connectedwith in the Lake Families Growers Urged To At-

trolmen were lying In watt The The local will make their first public appearance fore." The Orange Blossom be- capacity of "printer's devil," but Lose Money To "Re- tend Discussion At
The ceived valuable publicity In a at this time, and the I last week
'gro came through. officers gan staying open until
it was not long before his editorIals ligious Workers"If Court House
ve chase, with sirens crying anda I special program. over radio station Lawtey String Band will also be midnight or after and bits of wit began to:

break-neck of 80 miles VMUJF at six o'clock heard from.
speed I The Register Motor Company brighten the pages of this weekly two women knock at Problems Incident to the product
be your
hour. One of the officers fir- Thursday afternoon. It will of Florida Seminoles .
also at 13-28
University the
The junction reports the
newspaper. He never forgot door, state they lire religious tion of Sea Island cotton will be
at a rear tire. He hit! announced again thin afternoonat orchestra on ___..__ ,_ ._
most popular I the closing of Road 13 "Has hurt experience gained with the Telegraph workers, and ask to bn admittedin /Ifojt.lluiAyl ujauuimeii .in.f .... uiirci.Mijg "iiviu_I,' lu *LUC I.
The desperate held to the : 5 o'clock when the Universityof the Gainesville campus today will our business some." Their service
negro in those early days and often order to pray with you-.-don'l court house at two o'clock this
ad, riding the rim for more than I 'Florida SonilnoU's go on the take over at 9:30: o'clock and will) 1 station department is now staying referred to them in his later let them Int! Or rather, do let afternoon (Friday). Commissioner
.mile before the swerving car: air. Be mire to tune reign supreme from then until the open all night. writings for the Times-Union. He them In and hold them until you of Agriculture Nathan Mayo, William -

ileswiped an oncoming truck and I f I wee sma' hours of the morning Harry Houston, operator of a kept a warm spot in his heart for can summon Sheriff A. O Andreu. L. Wilson, director of State

med over three times. No one Featured during the period be- Eagerly anticipated by local swing service station at the same inter- Starke and Bradford County and The so-called "praying" done by Farmers' Markets, and George D.

[as hurt tween 8 o'clock and 9:30: will in' be I fans Is the exhibition of sensational section, stated that so far his business this community received frequent these women Is just another racket Smith, entomologist, will be pres-

Thomas told investigating offers the Rev. Leslie Shepherd his I drumming which will be given is the same as usual. "But in "bouquets" In his editorial para which cost the L. A. Donnelys

that he and his wife were 'astonishing Imitations of every- later in the evening by Joe Mad- a month," Mr. Houston said "1 graphs. 9105: and the Geo. F. Muellers ent.The meeting here will be one of

tranged and that he blamed her thing from a trombone solo to a 'ding, student-protege of the famed expect sales to be off 25: per cent, Yielding to a strong ambition, 117.50 early this week. Both famines a series which are being held In

mlly for the separation. He second-hand automobile with a Gene Krupa, whose praises are and off 50 per cent within three the young Journalist at length left live at KingHley: Lake. cotton growing sections of the

cut to broken gasket Also to appear sung by all who have heard him. months." the to set his own
Jacksonville with the in- Telegraph up According to stories related to' state at the request of Governor
will be
intion of killing his wife but fat during the early period a The Seminoles have been practicing (Continued on page eight) (Continued on page eight) the nhprlff. here., n woman .In.. her Cone, who is strongly in favor of
negro male quartet from Lawtey furiously this week, preparing ._ _._ _. ---- -
ly injured his sister-in-law by thirties an increased of Sea Island -
wearing a dark dress, acreage
and the Childrens1 chorus of the new numbers which will be
intake when he peered through many IT blue sweater and odd black hat .
Thurston colored school. The Introduced at the Ball here. HAPPENED IN STARKE- ,
window, saw a woman sittingthe an aggregation called at the Donnely home on In discussing the purpose of the
Starke Swingsters.
the local
bed and fired the gun intor Admission prices for Road 48 near (the lake, stating she meetings, Mr. Wilson said:
back. She died in event are very reasonable compared ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON
a police am- for simi- QUIET was a religious worker and would "We are thoroughly convincedthat
lance those charged
en route to the with
hospital. ARMORYTROUBLES I like to'pray with the family. She with intelligent handling Sea
held elsewhere in
Hicks started to run across the lar Balls being A $1 ticket will admit A spirited argument over the tomed place on the back seat. was admitted, the ritual of prayIng Island cotton can be made an ex-

reet to a telephone, but before the State. while probability of two women ridingIn There was no reply. "Aha, playing was gone through with and tremely important and profitablecrop
ARE stag,
could enter the house Thomas one couple or ladies silence on the back seat of an possum, are you?" he thought, no member of the family has any with an abundance of demand -

-loaded nis gun and fired fullto extra or unaccompanied automobile all the way from and repeated the remark In a Idea how the theft was accomplished find no Federal control. In
25c.: Tickets
admitted for
the other man's back, killing IRONED OUTWork will be from Starke to Waldo (a distance of louder tone. Still no reply. It was but after the woman had fact It looks, like the best cash
In advance.
m instantly. may be of the Little Women's fourteen miles) Is being waged knot until then that he turned a- departed a $100 bill and a $3; gold crop the northern part of our

Drunk now with his own power members Law- here this week as the result of round and beheld and empty seat piece was found to be missing state can produce."
Club or from Bill Plummer, a
destruction the Brooker negro Paul McLendon, State Farm; a modern "Comedy of Errors" en- where two dozing ladies should The next day the same woman Last year's long cotton crop wall

-loaded again returned to Hicks'use 'Will Be Halted tey Reflsle; Colson, Drooker; Gordon acted here Sunday afternoon. have been! and a companion called at the badly damaged by unseasonable

> and fired at the dead man's One Month Awaiting Wadsworth, Jr., Hampton; Mrs. Around two o'clock, on that "My gosh! Our wives! Stop the Geo. F. Mueller home with .the rains, which cut down the yield to

Ife. The shot missed Its mark Steel Frame C. B, Roberts, Graham; Mrs. otherwise uneventful day, a large car! Where are they?" he cried same story. They were admittedby approximately half of normal but

t Part of the discharge hit sedan from Toronto, Canada, pulled -, all In one breath to his compan- Mrs. Mueller, an aged woman, the received here only
.ii..,.a Floyd Wiggins, New River; Percy .._ _u_ ...._ ft... __...I1_ and" her Inv Ild .tSiialirmfl.... ftw,A _9 prices. InL
-year-old son who recov- Sullivan, Theressa; and E. L. Mat- up to a gasoline pump at Freeman ion who puueu the uig BUIUIUUUIIVto u .UDUO. "'" v. one instance Known fell below

I'd however after receiving hos- In a special meeting Tuesday thews, Starke. Register's filling station and a stop Just as soon as he could. the strangers went Into the "pray- twenty-five cents. Cotton growers

tal treatment. night at the City Hall membersof garage. The automobile was oc- One quick glance convinced the Ing act" while the other wandered have been told that if sufficient

As Police and deputies swung the city council and difficulties W. P. A. CHEMICAL cupied by two elderly gentlemenand driver that his friend was not a off, stating that the scenery around volume Is produced, many spinnerswill

to heads ironed out victim of hallucinations and, eli- the lake was so beautiful
the man hunt, Thomas jump- two elderly ladles, sitting as install machinery to handle
into the stolen automobile and blocking work on the new city- WARFAREAn long-married couples are apt to minating'the possibility of a leap she wanted to go out and enjoy it, long cotton and will be In the mar-
P. A. '
aded back for Brooker. Follow- county-National GuardW. do--both men in front, and both from the speeding vehicle, they By some method, as slick as that ket to buy the crop.
on Road 13 across from Interesting discussion of that the ladles used on the the two .
g the armory women in back.Confronted naturally concluded : Donnelys disheartened
smash-up at Many farmers however -
was WJiltehouse, the Bradford County High School. chemical warfare was given at the I had been left behind In Starke. : women managed to take $17.CO
arrested the detour the bad weather
by large
and lodged in the by
The building, being constructedon Rotary Club Wednesday by Dr. from the Muellers home and
uval County jail. lot donated by the city, with Fred H. Heath professor of chem- sign at the Junction fit, Roads 13 The driver turned the car around i with it. get break lant season, appear to be
and 28, the two elderly gentlemen and headed back, but it wax I away less enthuMlastlo over cotton thanin
supplying of Florida
and county the University
CREAMERYCONSIDERED the city and the National istry of chemical warfarein decided to go inside \nd' get afresh here that Fate In a roguelsh The two women are said to former years. Agricultural leaders

$2.500 each and a major supply of road maps while mood and doubtless bored with a peak with a foreign accent ando commenting on this feeling
$1,500 as sponsor's Reserve. The
Guard furnishing obstacle the Organized of T. K. the filling station attendant was dull Sunday afternoon, stepped in be driving H nice-looking auto have thought it wise to warn against -
struck an in charge
share had was
program "gassing" them up. Not to be out- to prevent any such simple solution mobile. They are believed( to too strict concentration on
Roy Mathews proprietor of when purchases amounted. more McClane.Dr. done, the two elderly ladies (unknown to the problem. A new fangled have tried this racket on at least tobacco as a cash crop believingit

olthews Dairy !Is interested In than had been estimated.In Heath stated that chemical to their husbands) decidedto electric gear shift, with which one resident of Starke but without wise to hold tobacco acreage toen

Wishing a pastuerlzlng plant the meeting Tuesday night, warfare dates back to ancient disembark and stretch. They the automobile was equipped, refused success. amount which can be cared for

that he can offer the farmer H. A. Bishop, L. A. Canova and times with the use of "stink pots"as followed a sign pointing to the to budge! In the meanwhile beware of all without eliminating cotton and

th< a small number of cows a W. :M. Edwards for the city council early as 400 B. C. "It Is here adles rest room at the rear of In The MeanwhileBut trangers who knock at your door. other crops from the farm.

.trket for his cream. and O. P. Cannon and H. C. to stay." he said "and cannot be .
the garage.Still It Is about time we returned The winter season for rackets is --- -- -'-
Mr. .. refIguredand of existence becauseof
for W. PA legislated out
Mathews says that these Maxwell deeply concerned over the to those two, lovable old ladies in full swing! New Home Here.
tote have, outlined the construction data the fact that the same chem- .
proven successful in In the rest room The frame Is and work la
'er to everyon- icals used In fighting are also usedIn detour, studying their roar maps, we primping up
communities and that even satisfactory Imagine New Cafe To OpenFred rapidly on the new
at Register's garage. progressing
and in the
-mers done on the fighting disease and oblivious to everything else,
with only one cow have No work will their horrlfleB surprise upon, com- Sapp announces this week home for Mr. and Mrs. John
und it W. P. A. for approximately manufacture of many everyday the men soon emerged from the
J profitable to sell their armory by the ing around front to find no auto- the opening tomorrow of Fred's Marshall, of Brookvllle, Ohio, on
earn to the month as the steel necessities garage; paid for the gasoline,
pastuerlzing plant a mobile no husbands no coats Lunch Room between the City the South side of Lafayette Street
d con- exhibit of some stepped into the 'Car. and sped a-
use frame Interesting
the the An
skimmed milk for company having books! .only a fill- almost directly
direction of hats, or pocket -- Barber Shop and M. F Brown'slaw near Monroe,
estock the all- used in was in the general
chemicals war way
of the
and assembling
poultry feed. tract will be Ing station attendant who pointed office. The Interior of the across from the new home of Mr.
time. Dr. Heath who also Keystone Heights. They -
Any farmers who are interested steel frame during this displayed by Waldo before one vaguely to the West In answerto building has been completely rebuilt and Mrs. W. A. Stern. The houseIs
mask that
Pacing. their cream on the mar- No other business was trans- brought along a gas what the so well- ot them chanced to address a remark their frenzied Inquiries. Well! and attractively finished. a one-story, frame structure and

!urged to get in touch with acted by the council. Two members Rotarians could see be I to his wife whom he naturally What a Florida vacation this turn- The cafe will be open 24 hours a Mr. and Mrs. :Marshall plan tQ
r I ,dressed soldier might wearing
Mathews who will explain the W. L. Wall and Don Hoover, few from now. I presumed to be in her accus-I (Continued on page eight<< ). day, Mr. Sapp said. make their winter home here.a.i .
opoeltion to them In detail. I I were absent because of Illness. a years


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CONDITIONS IN GERMANY AND RUSSIA MAKE US REALIZE THAT I I FLA. STATE FARM !| d' Sunday;; school and church services I slur,h.. ,y-ir 198- "i.'"., _. -,

Raiford 'unountlng r ",
at Sunday morning
I Knzu Weaver Said tax ,.rilfi.. ..
Correspondent n
AMERICANS ARE MOST FORTUNATE PEOPLE TODAY MIHH Irene Sapp spent last all HUl>V taxeB will! 'hi- sia, I",
Box Mrs. J. G. Godwin returned to Thursday night with relatives In bidder at the Courrii ''p
?i' ,
Vin Heilbronn Springs. Starke on the :ard. Awn ",",t
her home from
All persons dissatisfied with con- ing to produce IB like our Austins.It Average worker, Germany, $12 Thursday ary A 1>. 1I39.! ut i *tvIJtt

ditions in the United States may develops 20 or 25 horsepower to $15: ( all). cents Hospital In Jacksonville. Eugene Kelly was visiting Milton M.
Dated this the
Misses Betty Stringfellow, Sadie : Norman Saturday afternoon. Mri
get a great deal of comfort out of Average worker U. S. $23.32tactOl'V Nocogcloches Texas uary A. D. 1939. 'i.

an authentic report on the situation But Hitler keeps up appear- ( ; only. Jan. 18, 1939. Prince, Mary Sally Prince and OFFICIAL SEAL) % i, P 1
OTII'; op XAI.H of Clerk of Circuit Cou, ,
in Germany and Runslu. Every ances in his promised land which, Lowest class, Russia $3.60. My Dear Friend Gene: Enza: Weaver enjoyed a house ,1.tx CKHTIKICATRSNotice : County, Florida. 'H f BrlpNOTIC'17 '.

once in a while someone remarks they say. is challenging democ Lowest class, Germany $4.23 "I have a crow to pick with party at Kingsley Lake over the In hereby given that T. J. or .._-_. I ', ti.

to He is sweating his people (plus lunch). mother used to weekend.Mr. Alderman nan filed with me writ- EFII4'htUr P..
that "Hitler has put his people racy. you" as my say ten request that the tax certificates T.'X n
work" but an Investigation has thin to build armament factories, Lowest class, U. S., $4.85 (mini- when I had been naughty. Here ItIt and Mrs. Anthoney Dates together with all\ subsequent omlt- (Senate mil'n'
returned to their home ed lovled held the NOTICE;: IS HERt'h'1; ,
Sunday taxes by State
disclosed that the German stand- huge stadiums, barracks, superhighways mum WPA;. i : What have I done Or what la bo or advertised and .sold to the highest That Mrn. Beulah K"'II- ? >!it

ard of living today Is about on a flying fields, which are That is they were in 1938. Stalin the matter with the U. S. mail after having visited several pointsin bidder for cash as. provided bylhapter Tax Certificates Numb, ,,.*QI*'

plane of that experienced in the mainly for military purposes and has ordered a wage reductionfor service between here and Starke? Wisconsin. (the Legislature 18296 of upon the the 1937 following acts of S lively., 1931 4-9ths and 367 of 356 Issued 1, urd A*U,.

American slums therefore do not create any real 1939 which will bring his aver- It has already been two weeks Edwin Malone is recovering described real estate In the County 1931, hall filed same 'I'' my Land ',,
wealth for his country (such as 'from a long period of illness. of Bradford, State of Florida, to- has made appllcatlo *m'
since I received of the ?
There are 6 to 6 million unskilled age down to about $9.90 a week. a copy wit: deed to be Issued ,., rcertlflcatea
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sheffield "
laborers in Germany whose our power dams and factories for This Is being done as a disciplinary Telegraph so I am having sorrowof --.fc{ of NV6 of NKVt See. 10 Tp. 7 S. the following respectiv"I .1"'
left last week for their
wages are fixed by the govern- instance). measure because workers have heart. If you have copies of Monday ]t. 19 K.;: containing 40 Acres, moreor in the! County of dewt-rlli.-Uradf" ,, d prop. ,;
home in Texas. Mr. L. A. leas. ,
new 9a
ment at 24 marks a week. This He Is building a super colossal been engaged in slow-down strikes last week and week before, please The taxes to be sold are evldenc- Florida.
Raid 4-9Ih"
In Berlin like the send them with this week's I"Shepherd, pastor of the Baptist ..d by certificate Nos. 8 and 24 of of Ce, Ith.lt
figure comes from no less an au airport shaped a agninst government, They copy, 356, embraces Lots 2, 3 j !
thority than the German Instituteof crescent with a big steel apron have been' told for many years and PLEASE, again, send them. | Church in Starke will take Mr.Sheffleld's 1928 and unpaid 1933 respectively tuxea for ,the and years reIre..ent 11 Temple Addition t h, '8terb I of'
NEW:\ "f NWW .
at \ ,
Business Research, a govern- covering a large portion of It, so that if they will only tighten their I am still confined to my bed,| place as Chaplain 192? to 1939, bo tli Inclusive, amounting NKVt W of Ity and and par NK ?,, p"
the farm. "?
ment organization.The I planes can be stored. One nun- belts and work harder they may but I love old Starke. : to $165.08. of NWi/i Sec 28 Tp B S |/I; ,air'
Mrs. B. C. Prince and Mrs. L. ALSO: NW& of NWU Sec. 11 Tp. Bald Certificate >
mark Is supposed to be j: dred planes can land or take off get somewhere, but apparently Yours truly, 7 S. R. 19 E., containing 40 Acres, Lots. 11, 12 of Blk.No.li."TVmM"35j ,.'
the I Islmultaneo1J.sly. But his Utopian this promise, even when backed W. E. Daugherty. Chapman spent Saturday in more or less. 1111 Ion to Starke In NEV .
to f
worth 40 cents, but not Jacksonville. The taxes to be sold are evidenced and of sand
German workers. In terms of I residents get no personal good by a bayonet, Is wearing thin. by certificate Nov. 8 and 29 of NE part Cor WV4 of SEVi of Nliu of: wp
p it Is worth I from it. German airline traffic 181 I The difference between fascism, Lawtey, Fla. 1932 and 1933 respectively, and represent 28 Tp. 8 8. H. 22 h:. :1Wt
things they can buy, unpaid taxes for the years
about 25 cents.' These 5 or 6 so small the government has to' communism and democracy is evident Jan. 19, 1939 BOATDRAlN 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, amminting under assessment sold8th of thierty .saldy' ,
half the cost of Dear' Mr. Matthews Mrs. Z. Z, Griffis, Cor. to $85.92 ?,(
pay one operating also in the prices fixed by' : No. 368 was In the namt If
therefore get-
million workers are ALSO: SKVi of SI214 Sea 20 Tp. 6 ,I
German commercial airlines.In I inclose 75c for six months of known; the Assessment ( .
ting about $6 a week. Our WPA those two totalitarian systems and a. K. 20 E., containing 40 Acres, property under said ,1Ip '
the W. A. Brown of Orlando and his more or lea... l'.rtItlO.1o
Telegraph. next time to
357 In. ,
workers average more than twice thr>lIe more freely arrived at in The taxes to be sold are evidenced was line name 'I' E,
reference to Russia, Mr. Mal- 'make it a year. Of course we mother, Mrs. W. J. Brown of Llddon.
t as much, $14 a week. the U. S. (Russian prices quoted by certificate Noa. 29 and 72 of Unless said certificates
lon has the following to say: Include the turnover tax U. S. don't want to miss a single issue Groveland, were visiting Mrs. W. 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent redeemed according ti> flu
Average wage of all workers In A. Brown who !Is unpaid taxes for the years properties described ,
The standard of living In Russia can't do without our county] spending sometime therein,
rich and alike, Is prices are official national average 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng sold to the highest
Germany, poor here with her sister Mrs.Z. bidder
I Is today-actually lower' than paper. l to $69.30. Court-house it
figures the Bureau of Labor on the
about 200 marks a month. In It ] Z. Grlffls. ALSO: HWV4, Of SWVi Sec. 21 Tp. day In the Month of firm'
was under the Czar.
| statistics). Sincerely, 6 S. It. 20 E., containing .40 Acres, Marck
terms of food prices this is $50) a which Is the 6th.. day of
Frances Griffis of Starke Man,
After 20 years of "rescuing" its Russia Germany U. S Mrs. J. D. Overstreet. was more or less. D. 19 3 9*
month. In terms of clothing and downtrodden visiting Thelma Prevatt Saturday The taxes to be sold are evidenced Dated this' 18th.
from despotism day
people ur JIm
other necessities of life, It Is worth l Steak $1.14 lb. $I 38.4 by certificate Nor 30 and 74 of A. Ijt 193t.IOIo'1o"ICIAL. ?
the new communist despotism Butter $1.82 lb. 72c 33.2 Jacksonville, Fla. night and Sunday. 1930 and 1933, respectively and represent SEAL) A. J.
about $60 or $70 a month. A fair has succeeded only in making January 18, 1939 Mr. and Mrs Ralph Gainey and I unpaid taxes for the years Clerk of Circuit Court of Er The,
and conservative estimate therefore I Eggs $1.56 72c 44.5 I 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng County, Florida. (
them worse off than before. Gasoline None 60c 17 Dear Mr. Matthews: children were visiting her parents to $72.82.. 1-20 itNO'l'.CJoJ
is that the average German The Mr. and Mrs. G. W Harrell of ALSO: SWVi of NEVi and NW y4, .
h Dictator Stalin's idea, out of editorial in your paper re- Of AP *IICT1W
wage is 12.50 to $15 per week. Coffee $12.00 $1.25 23 and NEVi\ of SWVi\ Sec. 28 Tp. 68.K. !::i. FOR TAX
ll in manufacturingalone ,I Marx, was that the lot of the Fantastic costs of these democratic cently concerning the State Farm Lake City and were accompaniedhome 20 E., containing 240 Acres, more (mute Hill No.IIKKI 111,1)) )

Average wage people in capitalism could be improved -I ers' Market at Starke was splen by her father and sister. or less. NOTICE IS HEKKBr 'C|'
in the
In the U. S. Is $23.32 accord I I, staples totalitarian The taxes to be sold are evidenced That F. M. Packham
!If the state would takeover did and I think It will be effec- Mrs Katie Griffis was visitingMrs. holder a
by certificate
states NOB. 40 and lOa of
Certificate No.
t Statis simply mean even the rich 11 fib, lamed ,
lug to the Bureau of Labor I th
'' all business and operate it there tive. We are expecting great Z. Z. Griffis Sunday. 1930 and 19.13; respectively and represent day of September, A. DUll
.: tics. For all the U. S. can hardly afford what we unpaid taxes for the
our filed
wage Opal Murrell W. years same In my of fir* aM
for the things of Brown, Jr.
level is certainly twice as high as benefit of the people. He accept as common food. The aver- the Bradford County 192I to 1939, both Inclusive amount made application for a lax de
has tried it. The Soviet farmersare Russian must market and it is nice to know that and Mildred Brown were visiting ing to "511.\10. be issued thereon.
ly 'tk Hitler's. age on cabbageand ALSO: SWVi\ of SKVi Sec. 29 Tp. Said certificate embraces
2 being paid an average of 3.4 black bread (the peasant eats we can count on your cooperation. Clifton Ray and Hazel Griffis 6 S. R. 20 13., containing .40 Acres lowing described property thi it

"The joke of Hitler's claim that cents a gallon for their milk by 2.2 pounds of bread On Cordially yours, Sunday evening. mere or less, County of Bradford State of Fl
a day)
he has put everyone to work i Is I Lonnie of The taxes to be sold are evident to-wlt:
the Okeechobee
" William Tyre
government and the L.
government that basis a Russian industrial 1 Wilson Med by certificate Nos. 42 and 103 a w'/; of NWV4\ Section 21 T
exposed by the fact that these $6a Is reselling It to the public orker, spending all his Director of State Markets. was visiting friends in this section of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and I ship 7 South Range.. 23 East
week workers weekly represent unpaid taxes for the year talnlng 40 Acres, ..
were formerly on I I around 36 cents Saturday and untlUy. more or I.
a gallon. Tea is salary on bread, could buy 143 1'it'J to 1939,, both Inclusive amount- The assessment of the ealdt]r
the dole where they received ex bought from Ing to $90,87.ALSO .
the peasants for a- pounds. An erty under the said certlfkn'
actly tho same pay without havIng ;'I bout I could get Deer SlaughterIssue : SWVi! of NEVi' Sec. 21 Tp sued was In the name of B 8.1
,, '' $ a pound, sold for nearly 284 pounds of white bread. SUNNY BROOK FARM 7 M. U. .21 it:., containing, 40 Acres, phrey.LineHH.
to work for it Paul Mallon
: $10 a pound. The government more or less. said certificate uliulll.deemed .
Incidentally women's silk hose, Revived Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby, Cor, The taxes to be .sold .
Washington, D. C. columnist, says. buys rye from its are eveldenced according to law, that i
people at lessthan
In Berlin the Nazis have smuggled into Russia, brought $15 by certificate Nos. 170 and 182 erty described therein will bt
a neat a cent a pound retails it at n. Y. p. U. SOCIAl. of 19.11: and 1935 respectively, and to the highest bidder at they I
way of handling people who want 7.7 cents. to $20 per pair last year. Slaughter of wild deer under direction represent unpaid taxes for the yearst house door on the first Mont,
I to the of the The Corinth B. Y. P. U. met lac 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount the month of February 1939>
get on dole-young girls Such extortionate profits, you Livestocks Thursday night at the home of Ing tn $76.68.ALSO I Is the 6th., day nt February,
( i. mostly. When they apply, the I would think off-hand, should As for autos now nearly a necessity Sanitary Board will likely be an : All NW of SKVi! W of Dated this 2nd., day of Ji
at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and Mrs, Canal. I If 15 I 1939.
,? Nazis round them In buses and for our workers, you cannot Kelly MM A., Also Except Com.
up leant make the government rich. issue to face the 1939 Legislature. Bulah Kelly for the at HW (',r of NWVt of SKVi: : and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Tit
i take them. outside the city where I I So did Mr. Stalin He has buy them in Russia. They are quarterly so Hun K: 820 ft Northwesterly 1300ft Clerk pt Circuit Court of Bit
they are put to work on the roads discovered 400,000 autos in Russia, but they The Florida Cattlemen's association vial Supper was served, consist- .S. 325 Ft., to Keg, Sec. 28 Tp I 8 County, Florida.
however, there Is a defect Ing of chicken after 8. II. 22 E., containing 15 Acres, Jan. B, 13. i it
pileau which
i' carrying stones. For this they receive I In his Utopian formula. a re mostly trucks and cars of government at its annual convention held more" or less.

17 marks a week and lunch. It does officials. Only 2000 areprivately in Bartow singing was enjoyed ton late The taxes to he Hold are evidenced IXOTICK OF M, ....: OF TOCFOt'rIPICATEA
recently recommendedthat
not work out in practise the hour.G. by certificate No. 208 of 1926, !
In terms of food (which is all I way It sounded on owned passenger cars legislators take action in and represent unpaid taxes for the Notice Is hereby given theta

I these can spend It on) this is 4. |I The fault he will paper.never get a- (mostly Fords) some of which April "regarding the ticky deer M. Bennet is spending a whileIn years 1925 to to$280.60.1939. both Inclusiveamounting C.ten Edwards request that has filed the tax with tarot me'

25! In the Hitler have been won in lotteries con Jasper with his son-in-law and together with all gubnequent
Utopia. In the! i way from, is that the situation in Hendry and Collier ALSO: Stsof NVi of NWU and ed
I leviedaxes
I government held
I or
United States the minimum for t ducted by the government or glv- Counties" in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. MackHenderson. HW"/4! of NWVi\ and SWVi\ See. 8 Tp. be advertised and sold to by the the
f profits must for lower southwest
go things which 7 S. It. 22 K., containing 240 Acres,
WPA labor Is $5.25. eL as rewards for outstanding est bidder for cash as provld
I I 1 have not benefltted the people and Florida. The convention was attended more or less.The Chapter 18296 of the 1937 u

i What the German Utopians r never will--firmaments for in- government work. by several representatives Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and | ed by taxes certificate to be NOB.sold 617 are and evldenc-458of the Legislature, upon the folldescribed <

for food as compared with AmerlIcan j stance. Less than half of Russian One out of every five citizens of the Bradford County Cattle children of New River attended 1930 and 1934 respectively, and Bradford<< real State estate. of In Florid the Cof :,

Democrats and Republicans I Is i;j: I production ever reaches Its con- I Jn this challenged United States men's Association, of which the church 'flare Sunday and were din represent 1929 to 1939 unpaid, both taxes Inclusive for ,the amount-years wit: SWVt\ of SW14 of NEYt\ t

set forth in this following table( I j i Burners. The government gets It. had an automobile last year. Oneout following are officers: L. L. Johns,, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin :. Ing to $274.82. 'l of 22 SE E.:: ,>/Containing-ofNWt. % Sc.20 Acres 16 Tp., m I,

prepared with care from official ,!, The money goes for capital goods of every 33 Germans In challenger I president; W. S. Sibley, executivesecretary Ward Manor ALSO, : evidenced Block 1 of by Hampton certificates Park less.The

figures, showing the German price i airplane and bomb factories, coal i Hitler's Utopia had a car; ; T. K. McClane, corresponding Mrs. H. M. McRue spent last :SS5 of 1927: 1I1k 2 of Hampton Park by certificate taxes to Nos.be sold 339 are& 307 evil,

at 40 cent mark and at 25 cent i!j I 'mines. The Russian: system has one out of every 85,000 Russians secretary, N. T. Green is Friday afternoon with Mrs. L. A of Manor 1927, evidenced: Ltlk :3 of by Hampton certificate Park 386 !I2 and 1934 respectively and

mark; and the U. S. price: j'simply turned into a scheme of i In challenger Stalin's Red Heaven. a state director. Crosby.Mr. Manor, evidenced by certificate 387:1 sent unpaid taxes for the yen,
I I 31 to 1939>> both Inclusive, amp
j Steak $1 a lb.; 60 cents lb.;; 38.4( robbing the people by high prices The single thing in which they An act passed by the 1937 ]legislature and Mrs. J. K. Kelly: and of Manor 1927, evidenced; Blk 4 of by Hampton certificate Park 388 Ing to $28.73.

for have outstripped us -- and completely children were visiting in Lake of 1927, Hlk ALSO: Lot 12 of Block 18 Lh'
cents I I' consumer's goods to pay for 1 authorized the livestock 5 of (Hampton Park I ton, Truby & Cow AdditliStnrke "
Butter 65 lb. milking durable -. is In the spread of propaganda Duller Sunday afternoon.Mr. Manor[ evidenced' by certificate 389 .In Wife of : I''
cents ; 43 cents; goods( many of sanitary board to declare an open of 1927; Ink 6 of Hampton Park \ NK'.i bee

b 33.3 cents. 'I which do not add productivewealth deluding our citizens into season in certain infested central and Mrs. Colonel Crosby of Manor evidenced by certificate 390 6 The M. It.taxes 22 E.to, he Hold are *vW'

Eggs, 72 cents doz.; 45 cents; even to the government 1 In believing they are challenging' anything Florida counties. A supreme tour Brooker were visiting frenda and of 1927: Hlk 7 of Hampton I Park by certificate No. 1112 of ]Ali

, 44.5 cents. view of what goes down the rat- except their own property. battle Initiated by sportsmen re relatives here Monday.VANDERBILT, of lLnm7t"knd; ory Hampton lpI;I C represent unpaid taxes for the'
I !Manor, 1832: to 1939, both inclusive, mr
Gasoline, 60 cents; 35.5 cents'; holes In mismanagement, inefficiency suited. of 1927 evidenced; Hlk 9 of by Hampton certificate Park 392 lag to $1 Bb 03.
17 cents. and down Manor, evidenced ALSO: SW/4 of NBU Sec. 31
the Townsendites
personal On first by certificate 393
I hearing, the suprem< of S. It. 22 E., containing
Coffee. $1 to $1.50 lb. 63 cents1to rat holes ll1lts'Ima 1927; Hlk lOot Hampton Park more or leas .
; I Work court held the statute invalid. A Norman Cor. Manor, evidenced by certificate 394
94 cents; 23 cents. The results can be seen' 1 In on Quilt number of southern states banned of 1027; Blk 11 of Hampton Park The by taxes certificate to be No.sold 1552 arc
i But the Germans cannot even I figures Florida cattle shipments. Subse- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of of Manor 1927; :evidenced Hlk( 12: of by Hampton certificate Park 395 and represent unpaid taxes d"
these Wages have Mrs. II. Fifer, secretary of the Vanderbilt Manor years 1932 to 19J9, both dee'.
get articles at these prices, Increased In Rus- quently, justices granted were visiting relativesin evidenced by certificate 396

although the prices (as well as !j ala about 431 per cent from local Townsend Club, this weekmade | hearing and the law was upheld.are Jacksonville Sunday of Ma.nor..l 1927, evidenced; ilk 13 of by Hampton certificate Park 397 amounting Said tax certificates to 3803. together

wages) are fixed the Czarist 1914 to the following statement: Mr. and Mrs. of 19 :7 all subsequent omitted or L
by govern communist 1937, Livestock experts W. B. Bloodsworthand < ; Hlk 14 of Hampton Park
asserted wild taxes will be sold to the hbldd..r
I 'The' ladies of the Townsend Club Manor,
ment. Germans must That Is a big increase of evidenced by certificate 398 ,
eat cabbages Out food deer in Florida were hosts to the family Raiford spent Sun nt 1927 Hlk 15 of at the Courthouse d
Hampton Park
turnips, potatoes and bread prices have increased 1050 percent Auxiliary extend a friendly Invitation cattle fever tick and efforts to day with Mr. and Mrs. Russell l Manor, evidenced by certificate 399 Starke on the 27th day of .Jai
1939, at 11:00 o'clock A. M.Dated
to all who would like of
and to 1927: Hlk IB of Hampton
are clothing Norman. Park ,
relatively cheap. Meat prices 2240 percent control or stamp out the Manor, evidenced this the 7th day of J.
Is hard to get. Coffee is rationed, In the same time. help quilt or if you prefer, to sew would be useless unless the deer pest Misses Iris and Irene Sapp werevisiting of 1927; Blk 17 of by Hampton certificate Park 400 1939.OFFICIAL Th
( SEAL) A. J.
and BO Is butter. An An average worker blocks for our beautiful silk slumber Manor, evidenced by certificate 401
Mr. .
adult Is al could pur were removed. and Mrs. Jim Wainwright of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bn
r robe, or make You> 1927; Silk 18 of Hampton Park .
County, Florida 1-13
at Heilbronn Springs Fri Manor, evidenced by certificate
The 402
are welcome to meet at the home cattlemen's association also: of 1927; Hlk 19 of Hampton
day evening.Mr. Park '
kilo es FOR TAX HKf.lt
of the chairman, Mrs. Filer, every Recommended that all sales Manor, evidenced by certificate 403 NOTICE OF* APIMICtTIOHenate
I dl and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and of 1927; lilk 20 of
I Thursday from 1 to .4 p. m. This over which livestock are bought Manor Hampton Park ( mil No. 16.1); )
} little evidenced by
oa son Marlon of Worthington certificate 404 NOTICE IS: HKKEHV GIVES
N i made into oleomargarine, through of beef and 11.5 kilos of butter work la very fascinating and Is and sold be checked and certifiedby | Springs were visiting Mrs. Ellis'sparents of Manor 1927, evidenced; Blk. 21 of Hampton Park) Leo OrlfftH holder of Tax date

which air Is blown to lessen the I] About one-fourth as much. So also enjoyed by all socially as well as according a definite to Inspection agency Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of 1927; Blk 22 of by Hampton certificate Park 405) :September No. 452, A.'Issued I)., the 1935 2nd., hu,

fishy tnste. It works out fairly I with clothes. With one month being beneficial to a welfare work standard weights. Saturday afternoon. of Manor 1927, ;evidenced Hlk 23: of by Hampton certificate Park 406 .same. In my office and has m.rplication

well unless you try to cook something wage he could buy a good Czarist of national concern. Opposed any agreement with Misses Velma Norman, Irene Manor, evidenced by certificate. 407 thereon.for a Said tax deed certifies tosued '

P In the oleo In which case suit or 4 pairs of shoes In the bad "We think every citizen of foreign countries permitting entry and Jaunlta Sapp, and Margaret of Manor 1927, evidenced; Blk 24. of Hampton Park braces the following described

you can detect the presence of old days; now it requires four Starke should take pride in the through Florida ports of livestock Reddish all of this section attend- of 1927; Dlk 25 of by Hampton certificate Park 408 Slate arty In of Florida the County, to-wit of: En'

{ the whale. months' wages four month) fact that Congressman Lex Green affected with foot and mouth or of Manor,, evidenced by certificate 409 West. Halt of Southwest C.f '

I i Germany haa two million autos work, mind you to buy one has his home here and that lie is other contagious diseases. NOTICE OF TEACHERS' Manor 1927, evidenced; Hlk 2U of by Hampton certificate Park 410 Northwest 7. South Quarter, Range Seen ti

and 66 million people, or one car new suit or a pair of shoes In the< now la Washington fighting for Endorsed efforts of the state EXAMINATION of Manor 1927, ;evidenced Hlk 27 of Hampton Park containing 20 Acres, more or''

great. new days. his constituents back home. We livestock sanitary board to of by certificate 411 The assessment of the saiderty
.' for every 33 persons. We have control Teachers' Examinations will be 1927; Also Certificate No. 1E39 under the said certlflci

. r 23,4000.000 cars (passenger) and It you surmise that such con dl- should at least try to encourageand contagious diseases In livestock given Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of described 1913 embracing all of the above sued was In the name of J. U
dons would mean revolution cheer him in his fight and passing through Florida Hampton Park I.Property Unless said certificate shall
130.200.000 people, or one car for any; concentration February 2nd, 3rd and 4th and more particularly des deemed according to law, the
every five persona. Even so the where except In a ruthless tyranny show our Interest In what is goingon points. in the court embed as Blocks t, 2, 8 .4. 1 5, 6, 7, arty described therein will l b
room of- the Court 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, IS, K 17
you will reach the In Washington. 18, to the highest bidder at lh<
German cars are of low deduction) President P. E. Williams 19, 20, 21 22
quality said House. Examinations will begin 23, 24, 25, 26. and 27 house door on the flrt !Mom'
and are not within reach of their shared widely here. You will also "Our club will meet each Monday the board of directors would outline promptly} at eight o'clock. All Known being E 3-. of Ely of SEV Also the month of February 193'n ', '

workers. Our Chevrolets Fords understand( why Stalin has the night in the court house for a a legislative applicants HlkH 1 as Hampton Park Manor \ the 8th, day of February. I'
program and must come prepared with to 27 Inclusive 80 Acres, Dated this 10th day of JI>
and Plymouths are considered rich only army In the world which Is; time at least and the quilt will be chose the next convention city and Ink and legal Section 23 32 Township 7 South, Range (I 1939.
not perltted to have cap paper. Ea"tI containing 80 Acres more (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J J\|
men's cars in Germany The"people's own ammunition. charge of 1 Its on exhibition there. meeting date. 1.20 2t I of n Bradford County, Florida, 'Clerk of Circuit Court of p*

car" which Hitler is try> Bullets are rationed and representing unpaid taxes to County' Florida. (1-13''4ntPOItT

out to the army by the sec- OF !!It'IIOO.. .'1" n..
ret police.
NKW rt'STOMKH' PL.OHIUA nltAln'ORn ror.NTV. n.onii, FOil Tin YKIH F.\UI'\U: ..IIMno.: mas:

POWER A LIGHT COI The following report of the IlecetptH and Disbursement of the SCHOOL fund
Let loral sees who u..U.ed Only practical difference between amuuntn of WarraioutMnnillng nl. outstanding, report of Not..... HondN and 'l'lm.Varl'nnt". affecting of VhS MMMoVS. .nnru for the year ended June 30, 1931./ with the Depository Balancer
.roe !. obtalMlna Klewtrie er- a worker enslaved to the I togeth.hereby aj.wui.r. Assets slid Liabilities of the tichuol System ot said County, Funds ot said County for the year ended June :30, 1938, with the B.l>rSuperintendent
Iro do roar M..MB "Vlrlm*. state In published ot Chapter 8U3, Arta ot 1916 ot the Laws ot "Florida as reported by the of Public Instruction for said Count"
Germany and
11..1., Ue._.....1. Russia I Is
.ervlr* that in Russia he gets paid less. J. M. LBE, Comptroller

O. .. PHILLIPS. iMHt.,. Russia has about 170 million Inhabitants --: Overdrafts

of whom 70 to 75: I"Hank Warrants Cash Inventory Receipts Total Overdrafts, I
percent Total
FUNDS Balance OuBtandtnif Hitlnnce. of Stores for I Unpaid CashHulance I Warrants I Bank
are peasants working on July 1, 1937 July 1, 19)7 July 1, 1937 July 1, 1937 Year the I Funds Available I pendituresPaid Vouchers Outstanding Ilalan, ;'
I DRINK MORE I farms or roads, etc. June 30, 1938 dune 30, 1938 June 30. 1938 June '
Thus OeneralDistrict Fund ---------- oil<< $3.463.72: $4,76597 od 1219.69) .
to 123: $143 60
million Russians Malnt. Fund 8.201"8 1,29,1.51)M.949.41) $115.8S8.10J $108,797.01 SlOS,332.54 $10,001.3! |
I ---------- 6.915.80 / '46..47 I
MILK receive little District 1 &\ S ,Fund 7,532.61 13.691.90\ \ 20,807.50, | 19,683.28 2,865.30 SI,37S,83 t
or no ---------- 7,1>3:1.81: 924.24,
d wages. District Bond Funds ___________ ._ 9,821.84', 17.354.25 1I,380.8! 371.11 I
They are paid In kind, and subsist :

t'on' black bread (Around foTALS, Ua, 88.05, $139,331..1 5,117:1./
1 10 mUllion ----------------- $7,22.52, $143.8C| ) fUt.75il.76!, $139.39661 /
, 1 are in prison camps.) $12.866.6! $ : $1.6510):

About 25 millions are Industrial ASSETS

workers who In 1838 received an FUNDS I Value of I
average wage of 240 rubles a las; of July 1, 1938 Property_and_ Equipment:: _as_known_by_!County Superintendent's I report '
------- -- ------ ------_-__ __ ___. $
I -
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: And Drink month, or $48 (If you consider MtlllLITIK

1 the ruble Is worth 20 cents, although -

The Best I I in purchasing power it 1 Is Notes Time .Warrants Other Notes Time

i only worth"4 to 6 cents). FUNDS Outstanding and flonds I Indebtedness Interest Past Due I Total I War..nt..
June ao, 11138 Indebtedness Bonds Due
{ On a weekly basis the wages of June Out.tandlnlf 80 Outstanding June 30, 1938 Outstanding In Default or
PETERSON'SDAIRY fascism and communism as compared OI'RPral County __ J 30, 1938 I i June Jill, 1938 I June 30. 1938

with democracy are: Dlstrlets -_- -- n.-- -_---_- :- UOOO.OO U8.000 I SlO783.7t $7.710. N8.493.791: : $20.000,00

I Average worker, Russia. $1factories. 1 TOTAUI 82,000.00 83,500.00, 2,8U.30 185.00// 96,520,3 18,000,00

( .). 86880000' 13.63909''
I $7,8711.00
$$111.014 I !! $J ,009 00f

Include Unpaid Voucher

n A

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Bradford" County.. High School Journal ,

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STAFF Juniors Win Intra- IOD NEWS B. H. S. Wins Field Ninth Presents ORDER OF HI.1CATION: ANU'o'r1l'W : property In the County of Bradford
: Tn AI'PFeisTks State of Florida, towlt.kot .
.i AdlElor-InChP Mural TournamentThe Slut or Florida to Jl-ndy!! Two or 5 ArreH In Northeast. ;
, It's A Fact: Day Events Friday Chapel ProgramLast *:*..., whore rmldrare !. ...- Quarter of Northeast Quarter Sec
ADKINS JR. Carolyn Keen is knowt lion 1 Township I S South Kanitr 23 .
A. Z. Editor-In-Chief final game, of the Intra- always quiet. You are notified that Mabel WIN 1 Kant, containing: 5 Acre, more or :
Assistant/ Ruth Simpson la! always talking.Iris BRADFORD SCORES 84 week the unusually inter son Evans: an plaintiff ha. duly 1.....,. !
Mural Basketball Tournament filed her the lunnnnca
affidavit for
is always smiling. POSSIBLE V in The anaeaHment of the mild
OF 247
Reporters: Elating chapel program was prop-
of thin order along with her bill of
I Frank Robinson Arch which climaxed the field day activities Betty O. is erty under the Bald certificate Issued ".
vl always happy POINTS charge of Mrs. Ruby Mae Perkins complaint for divorce against you
r Ferryman. wan In the of Louis
name H.
IPi :
Jr Emmet at Bradford
County High Sandy Kvanii In Circuit
. Gayle Is in section ninth na dttfendnnt. Hill.
Wj gm'jthr Mary Edward, very smart her of the grade, Court of Bradford FlorIda
I School, was played twtwen the County UnleHH said. .
Murrh.e, school hall lr.l'edlOttme.t
SJith Rowe Alma work. A successful Field Day was en- and Included: In Chancery; and you. Sandy12vann.
and Clara: FlumeSociety tenth and eleventh grade teams. Betty P is always from the white schools of are hereby required to appear described according to law the
hearing therein will
Joyed by A song by a trio composed of In said cause on February 6, property he
The game was rather a onesided Hold to the
Georgia.W. highest bidder at the
Bradford County last Friday when Sewell 1939.! Bradford County Telegraph I.dealgnatod I.
i Fay Yarbrough, Virginia court house door on the tint Mon-
affair with the Juniors
soundly H. Norman is always think- contestants from Starke Lawtey, and Dorothy Faxon, all of whom publication an the thin.newwpapor order.Vlinvng for the day In the month of March. 193! ,
trouncing the tenth-grade hoop- ing. my which lit the 6th., day of March, ,
Hampton Brooker, New River and are from the seventh grade. \ hand and official *vat *\
stera by the wide margin of 33 to Starke, Florida thin January 4th 19311.
Friday in Ralph *T. blushed in athele-
Dowling spent Assembly Graham entered the many 1939.fOF9'ICiAi.. Dated thin 18th day of January
ilen "Two Black Faces an amusing
10. The line-up of the two teams ,
Tuesday. 1939.:
tic and academic events. Starke SKAI.) A. J. Thomas
sville fast-moving sketch well represent OFPICIAT. PEAL) A. .. Thomas,
follows A
was as : Clerk of fald Circuit Court
V, Ittv Green was a weekendr Tenth Grade The first class of science students came out ahead with 84 of the ed by Buddy Davis and Enos Knight & Knight Attorney for Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
science. County, Florida. 1-20 I St 2-17
" Butler last week. enjoy 247 possible points and Lawteywas plaintiff.
in Lake Louie Lee Wainwright, Forward The tenth English Students are second with 70. Hayes Jan. 9. IS, 19, It. v
queline Andrews, Gene Long, Louis Shaw Forward learning to Mae Parker, Doris Norman Ger- WOTICW
attended the write letters. Final Score for Field Day Events NOTH'K nt AIMMir\TI,", FOR Notice IK hereby given to all whom "
Flume :M. D. Harrell Center aldine Silcox and Kellum
Clara Harry fItRKIt It may concern that I have filed my {
etball game in Lake Butlery Billy Griffis, Guard TilE 100 Ath. Acd. with their four guitars Joined in HI."... lllll No. Ill*) final accounting with K. K. Ferryman .
I'EKI'KKThere School Pts. Pts. Tots. NOTIl'W 1!* HFCHKHY OIVBN. County Judge of Bradford :
night. Troy Loadholtz, Guard I is a certain brunette girl 1st Starke 39 45 84 four favorite well-knowh tunes: That Nelson B. Miocker holder of County, !Florida and will on the 3rd 4
Irian Sapp of Jacksonville Eleventh Grade in 10D who "She'll be Comln' Around theMountain" Tax Certificate No. VI, Issued the day of February, A. l>. 1939 make
seems to have a crush 2nd-Lawtey 41 29 70 6th. day of Aug-UHt. A. D. 192H, has application for Final Discharge a*
pd Edith Rowe last week. Harold Bishop Forward I: on a boy in lOW Now, Iris don't 39 10 49 "Put on Your Old filed mime In my office and nan AdmlnUtrator of the Estate of Jesse t,
that one of our seniors, Nelson Moore, Forward try to deny it. 3rd-llampton Gray Bonnet," and "In The Shadeof made application for a tax deed to Thomas, deceased
t hope 4th-Brooker 28 8 36 be Issued thereon. Said certificate A, J, Thomas, Adonlnl tratnr.
.,, Dowling, will soon be back Carl Edwards Center Gee all the girls around here 5th-New River 7 0 7 the Old Apple Tree. embrncea the following described' Jan. 6, 13. 19 28. 1

hool. He had a tonsillectomy Dempsey Sapp, Guard are getting all prettied up with, 6th-Graham 0 1 1 A rip-roaring sketch written by 1
Ralph Rhodes Guard. two ninth grade pupils Mildred
Thursday. permanent ;
waves I Winners In Athletic Contents
Referees: Cody Lawtey Junior Williams and Enos Hayes in BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
Icquellne! Andrews spent un- There Is a certain girl in 10D I Group I Grades 1 Through 6
High, Johns, Hellbronn. which two old school mates meet
Jacksonville.za ;
|:afternoon In who seems to be worrying all the Boys line of Cnket & Undertaker Supplies
to know all the low-
Weaver, Betty Stringfel- time or it it thinking Muriel Lee? 1-50 yard dash 1st L. G. Crews; one happens AMBULANCE SERVIOE

J Sadie Prince, Marian Sapp We Wonder Why- Betty P. is looking forward to 2nd, Harold Crews, 3rd, R. J. down on-what's become of all the DAY AND NIGHT
teachers, which she tells to the AS PHONE=9
r ueline Andrews Mary Sally Kingsley Lake tvas the centerof summer vacation. We wonder Turner. other, who seems to be lacking in O. II. BENNETT, Mjrr.

gee, Juanita Barefoot, Gayle attraction for most people last why? 2nd-Broad Jump, let, Ernest Allen his knowledge of their present "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL

\ I'll, Edith Rowe and Doshia week-end. I Lucille J. likes Jacksonville so 2nd, R. J, Turner 3rd Bruce whereabouts. Edward Watley and

In enjoyed a house party out Mary has suddenly changed her I much she can't stop talking aboutit. Crawford. Mildred Williams play the two

ingley Lake from Thursday hair dress? 3-Diamond Ball Throw, let O. T. characters

ugh Sunday. Enza and Sadie's visitor enjoy Jean P. is worrying about those Underhill 2nd James Thomas, Popular song, "When Mother

-4'---- trips to Middleburg? basketball games. Come on Jean, 3rd, Kirby Swindle. Nature Sings Her Lullaby," sung

. Guess Who? Doshia gained so much weighton don't let it get you.Mammy. 4-Sack race, let Martin Hersey, with gusto by Doris Harrison and

the house party? 2nd Pete Sapp 3rd, Raymond Kel- Margaret Broughlen after whichA. YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c

is Edith was so disappointed Sat- Sez lum. Z. Adklna, Jr., made an an-
here is a junior girl who a- :
i five-feet one inch in height.has urday afternoon? She didn't show I Girls nouncement concerning Alma I GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO
her inward feelings much that Basketball Throw 1st, Ethel Murhee's representation of B. H.
blue eyes and a fair com- Gee, but did month sho is f1yln'by
night. Durling 2nd, Laura Mae Cannon S. at the Convention of The PAYSmith's
Jion and long blond hair. Shes in a hurry! De furat thing ya
Some girls enjoy riding on turpentine -I I know 3rd, Mattel Edmondson. Daughters of the American Revo-
her hair page-boy. She is a schol will be out for de
1 active member of the glee trucks for amusement? ( summer! 2-50 yard dash, lat, teabel\ Leach, lution, about which we read In

It is a good way to get in town 2nd, Marian Johns, 3rd, Selma last week's paper.
member of the "Little.en'
and a I knows
dat dose girls must hab GaragefV
when Mr. Williams taken'
you are stranded on a lake. Eunice. having
nearly froze ta death-at de lake
Our visitors come to school 3--Sack Race 1st, Eva Mae Trlest charge of the program several an-

Answer: Clara Mae Harley smiling and leave with tears in last week-end. It was so cold in 2nd Mary Alene Kelley, 3rd, Mar- nouncements were made concern-

their eyes? town I Just imagine dat it was gie Manire. Ing Field Day.
out dere.
ypewrlter ribbons and carbonr Some of these ghosts around Diamond Ball Throw, 1st, Eth-

*- at the Bradford County Tel- town don't get Frankenstlne'sJob I Mammy wuz told ta let dat el Durling 2nd Laura Mae Cannon Marjorie Thompson, 3rd Carrie

bph. ? Enza know dat Mary hasn't ever 3rd Imogene Hough. Belle Bennett.

though of having a housepartyall Group II Grade 7 & 8 Recitations and Declamations %

I ob her own. Data Just a little Boys Recitations lat Inez Cutshaw,

,I 1LLA4 valuable information. 1-Broad Jump. lat Harold Hill, 2nd Oleeta Green 3rd Betty Ad- rRTo ?

I hears dat de ball game in Lake' 2nd Arnold Wasdln, 3rd Alvin kins. give him a better chancein

Butler was mighty good last Fri- Howard. Declamations 1st Romeo Pres-

day night. I am glad ta hear dat I 2-High Jump, 1st Arnold Wasdln cott, 2nd Virginia Sewell, 3rd I life, start now on.: our .

g1j some ob our young people enjoyed : 2nd Shy Brown 3rd Harold Hill Lovle Ward. systematic plan which will St't'

it. Ask Marian about it, she and James Reddish. Spelling Bee-First Place, Mae
enable child obtaina ,
knows. 3--100 yard dash 1st Bill Parrish Parker. your to n

, Wats dat I hears about Clara 2nd L. C. King, 3rd Arnold Was- Music Contest college education at amazingly '

',. enjoying de races in Daytona last din. Group I. small cost 9;. -p

Sunday? It's too bad dat more 4-Relay Race, 1st Arnold Was- Boys i"

t't_. frum here couldn't have gone. din Olin White, Harold Prevatt, 1st Grover Frederick, 2nd Stan- Ask our local agentor
I James Barwick.2nd .
ley Crosby.
All Mary and Ruth can talk a-
bout now is de League Union in Phil Shuford, L. C. King, Group II.-Boys, 1st Billy Burney.2nd write

James Reddish, Burnell Wilkinson.3rd Billy Edwards. e',.,, .,,w ,
Jacksonville dat dey went to last
., Monday I really believes dat dey Bill Parrish Robert Har- Group IV. -- Boys 1st Joe Andrews -

ha da really good time. graves Carlton Gainey, Everett 1&t. Billy Parker. Tie.
Padgett. Girls
".. All dis excitement ober de Birf- Basketball Free Throw 1st
3Jre 1st Ona Demorest, 2nd Goldie
I J day Ball Friday night is most too Burnell Wilkinson 2nd Bill Par- Parker. t' .

1 much for ole Mammy. It sho is rish, 3rd' Ernest Trieste. Girls-1st, Wanda Pearce, 2nd Lou
deq Opens.sea// ,10 gwin to be one elegant affair an' Girls Edwards.

Mammy sho is gonna be lookin' 1--50 yard dash, 1st Joyce At Girls-1st Inez Cutshaw, 2nd Edna R. E. JEFFCOAT, Assistant ManagerP.

thru de window takin down notes. kins 2nd Louise Marr, 3rd Hazel Mae Moseley

We is always glad ta welcome Packham. Girls-1st Dorothy Faxon 2nd O. Box 225 }

visitors to our school, even thoughshe 2-Relay race 1st Alberta Wood- Opal Peale. Lake City Florida ;
wasn't welcomed to study hall ard Betty Jean Wade Dorothy
third period Monday. I hears dat _..- -. -.
Faxon, Nina Bishop. ,!I
her feelings were hurt terribly Just 2nd Jewell Griffis, Louise Marr,

for asking a girls pardon for kick- Coy Rosier, :Mary Dlckson. I

r Ing her foot.I 3rd, Hazel Packhum Gladys
C understands dat de seniors are Watterson Bet-
Hersey, Dorothy ,
-...... a ..... planning to present a sho muff i i

IIdCd "'' ;..t..... a ::POtllChoweE... P. good play before so terribly long. ty Durling.
0110110'11--' & _...... a Breect..... 1011111aJ i I Ipp 3--Diamond Ball Throw, 1st Ollie il'1'
o ChJ\atlllA Had ;; 1- $7T5 a a/ad. d ea..lie I op nies Ya better start saving your pen-I Taylor, 2nd Eva Fae Gainey, 3rd l Ii
you can come.
'CI\Il optI : Onie Mae tar link.4Basketball .
)+ aft- OCsaahrNaae------ I :T7Dlion.
.. 1M 0Pont lOllPDaJ I yrt7gom : Yours from now on, Throw 1st Eva Fae

oho1&I.._--,_ I 00 CoocI .'oof.. I :Trs Mammy. Gainey, Louise Marr 2nd Oviedo
-- 11m a 11..... .
I (
lot JIrra Trpip. Thomas 3rd Dorothy Watterson.
Road _1 n. O Sh. x.... :oecu-.c. I p The Telegraph makes an ideal I
_III' J4 11y 0 d.- S-Potato Race, 1st Vergie Pad-
a \.- 1loa"lIolci I hlPafiSsd : for friends who "
J4 gift
your are
l- 1 'If a911ana ava.fAe I gett, 2nd Esele Mae Eunice, 3rd
( w: itpearai :
.... :..;;-:::: 1 optI glfoth.r. a:: t;- I :rr from home. Hazel Packham.

Q ..-.. -- ; cf.r ,w" I :rr tOo-.- -,--_ .. -- Group III r
:: 0 Ic1rl-.Jt
l.mae 1 POIl1 2'r ...... Boys
ac e.. 'If = __ I
0111' g .. :rr
1-100 Yard Dash, 1st Harry Kel-
0. :;; E I :notne ENGRAVING
eed..atwa "11 optI 0 1p0itea :n- lum 2nd R. Darley 3rd Wayne

+t srn 0"J ,.. Frederick. "

.. Wit -.._. I YI'0REa 2-Diamond Ball Throw, 1st, R. 1

Darley, 2nd Cecil Melvin 3rd _- '

Wayne Frederick. &
I / r f1 3--Broad Jump 1st Wayne Frederick a < ()
i --
.0. I onm .0. :tALL r 2nd Harry Kellum, 3rd Les- J -t
T014LY4t i ;:
R ,' P0* ONLY lie Thomas. \

p ; }$2.io ;= ; }$2AO 4-High, 2nd Jump Leslie 1st Thomas Wayne Frederick 3rd- Y A. d'C4bP; } 4""J-o'- "

Odell Jones. 0to ; : ;! :'
r1. --
nq xwhpapOFTEn 110. SALL OTTER a0. 4 ALL !IS y-t <) <) a;. \i ..-(.\-
T. 1'0'I7JI Thu W.wapcp..r.1 Diamond Ball Throw 1st, Mar- .' .# V'
2 Mc9am... rOB omY' Ma9' i V't V' .- -;
Iraroup A } 2S 2 frgaQroap A } 55 garet "\.. ; <('V () 0to .
KiTMla. B $2- JCa9cnd e. $21 TIlE FINEST THAT Ington 3rd Elsie Bell Geiger .. <.t. ,. 1'0'' \ .$ B 'S
from Group 3 frga Q.-p 2--75 Yard Dash, 1st Elsie Belle tot () -t\ CAN BUY Q () CQ _..s
MONEY Geiger 2nd Ruby Boles, 3rd Dar- v '"''I'"

0 _!My I ye roa ALL ONLY nvBom. rah Johns. 41'ig \ -(':"
xa .hoU Mofaxiae ;: VISITING CARDS Basketball Throw, 1st Margaret .-f; ?.0 Svc \<>;O to '
Good -loHn .. II }$AA.ZrJ I Green 2nd Genevlve Cassela -.
I County Home i TITffit ... O .
WSPAPQ TMcCaf't / 1VEDj3NGINVITATIONS 3rd Jewell Reddish.

Winners in Academic Events",
ltapada. ALL PITIostaaY Achievement Tests for Best All-
M W add ..-_ POI 0JfJ.1' Round Students.

00.4 PTES ---- Iii }$2.10 BIRTH Third Grade-1st Billy Smith. 2nd -

ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY Carolyn Prevail, 3rd Hilda Brown.
Fourth Grade 1st Jim Frank

Jordan 2nd Harvene Watterson

3rd Wilma Jones.

tti t ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Fifth Grade-lat, Betty Turner

....--. 2nd Effie Hargraves 3rd Gloria The Above Quotation is Reprinted From "Fuller's Florida Letter"-Weekly Fin-

$ I TTiitm _w .u.Ii ...... ...I 1.. S.\Ve B.are Drew local Co.agents, :the South'for the finest II.- Cooper.Sixth Grade-1st Emory Brown ancial News of the State Published by State Senator Walter 1*. Fuller of St.

aLe _....... I k-v* eIa...,,!., tits',.ttIa 4>l e ; Kngrnvern. Their entire 2nd Bobby Biggs, 3rd Bryan Har- Petersburg Florida.]

H ..!>*arlptla>> .. t. rear Sampled rell. ,
of Fine Engraving
a..apta .0Iw! line
0 Hew OQ.0 -a calling 29 or 82. Seventh Grade-1st Billy Parker,
be seen by
Lt4mp -
jp Bradford County Yarbrough.
Eighth Grade-1st Jimmie Griffin, WAIT MIGHT MEAN LOSS OF YOUR PROPERTY rI rn rn t
p ...... R.F.D..__ Telegraph 2nd Edna Edwards 3rd Martha

T.w..d Stat.
Ninth Gr&de-l.t Ovid Futch, 2nd
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D. C. Gives Beautiful Tea ------PRIZE- I LONG BRIDGE Blk 3 Town of I.awtun,
U. Ry. Sec 23 Tp. 0 t>. R I, ?.) "
On Lee's Birthday 1\I1..s Bonnie B. Turner, Cor. The tax>.. to bp.old ai .
FAVORITE FOR NAMECol. I ".d bv: certificated Ni>" >
rn The outstanding social event of of I'm and IIS: '! i "'"Hi
represent unpaid
i last week was a silver tea given RECIPES and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Joe T. Dowling of Live Ck yearn 1930 to 19.1D. tax bo'i th i i

by the W. T. Weeks Chapter Sebring are offering a $5 prize for was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. amounting, to 114803.
ALSO; Lots 7, 8
of Blk
I United Daughters of the Confederacy ..__ _ C the best suggestion of a name for Lazenby Sunday. al Town of Starke, In NEu ?''Jtt."',.

-.- in honor of the birthday of ItiuwUn Te'1IIsn't Everett Renfroe of Ft. Myers Is Ser. 28 T8 H. U. 22 B. '* i
the block of property formerly The taxes to b. Cola ar
Gainesville Team Installs I. Robert B. Lee. on Thursday after- spending several weeks with Mr. ed by certificate No. 'los' .,,,"w '
Agin Coleman I it nice to be able to make
known the Gaskins place. The and 1"''
noon from three-thirty to five 0'- as and Mrs. Roan J. Turner. reprenent unpaid tax ,I" >iyears
Officers of ahead of ,
Woodmen all refreshments 1932 to '
Friends here of Willie (Bill) Modern clock at the Woman's Club your entire block is being sub-divided and amounting to $52.29.1939 both ,' 'u"'., ,
time when you're having a big Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby
former resident of ALSO: 8 Mart Agin a building.The into lots suitable for residential 22 it
learn local Modern party? Well you can even make family attended church at Corinth i lawn Bee 29 Tp. 5 8 n V'i
Starke. will be interested to Officers of the decorations featured, the your tea early If you serve Russian building and Col. and Mrs. Noll- Sunday. I Acres, more or I....... tlTh
of his marriage to Mills Doris Gan- Woodmen Camp were Installed colors of red and white .. taxoH to be Hold 1 ai
U. D. C. tea (and it's perfectly deli anxious to find a suitable 'Roan J. Turner and family were ed bv certificate .J'l
daughter of Mr. and night January 18, by man are : Nos. 14, ;
cUe Coleman Wednesday used white 'I ,
and the flowers were of 1928 and !
clous too). All you have to do the bedside of his mother, I 1933 renpecti\e|,
:Mrs. R. W. Pace of Baldwin on District Manager :Major H. H. narcissi and red poinsettias, also name for this attractive property. visiting I represent unpaid taxe.. for ih, .."'
when are ready to serve it la Mrs. W. T. at Live Oak 1927
The was by the Venerable you Turner I to 1939. both inclusivi
28. accompanied
December ceremony Lucas used to advantage. The Starke Is Mrs. Nollman't old (mmmi.
flags were InA' to 113.9&
to heat it. Mrs. J. M. Brownleesent I
performed by the Rev. T. M. Le Consul R. W. Whiting and decorations and arrangements for home and she has never ceased to Sunday night. I Said tax certificates with .111,j
pastor of the Methodist Church his staff composed of "Banker" J. auditorium and sun-parlor us the recipe and we are cer- have a vital Interest in the wel- Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I sequent omitted or LevI<< ''Ub..
tainly glad to it on. I will be sold to the high....
in Baldwin. G. Shehee, "Adviser" W. W. were under the direction of Mrs.L. pass fare of this community. She firm- Priest of Long Bridge welcome I at the Courthouse i bud,,
Browning '"Secretary" J. C. 12 oranges them to their home here. I on the 10th day of Februi.v. Stark!?
Mr. and Mrs. Agin left shortly A. Davis and her committee ly believes that this section of the at 11:00 o'clock A. M."a'

following the wedding for New Jackson "Escort" R. H. Slaughter composed of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, 6 lemons state could be made just as at- I Dated thl. the Slat day .f .Janu.

I York City and other points. They and "Sentry" Wm Shilling. A Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. L. A. 2 dozen whole cloves tractive to tourists as the areas TRAIN SCHEDULE ary.(OFFICIAL 1939. SEAL) A.
2 sticks cinnamon Tho,
will make their home in Baldwin. delegation of twenty-five members Renolds and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. further South if the same amountof Schedule of trains arriving here I Clerk of Circuit Court of Brftdto"""
from the Gainesville lodge 12 teaspoons tea County, Florida
:Mr. Agin being connected with Receiving the guests were Mrs.E. effort were expended here as is daily. Subject to change without I 1-27 11 u \1.11Ob'3Cfl
attended the meeting. gallons water
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. K. Ferryman Miss Amelia Ray, put forth In South Florida. notice. !\ ;] OF APPLICAj"
Officers installed were: Past Cut oranges and lemons in TAX I>KKI>
L Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. L. G. One attractive home that of Southbound-Due Starke Ornate Dill No. 103
Rowe Burton Consul, Edwin Smith; Venerable Powell Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mies slices; boll rine juice and spices Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern, has No. 1-Local_____._ 11.25p.m. I NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVR.)

r :Mr. J. B. Rowe announces the Consul Henry Sllcox; Banker, Olive Ray members of the local ten minutes, then strain. already been built in the Gaskins No. 191-Through____ 10.29p.m. I That tlflcate A. No.A. Annie 255. Issued holder the of 2nd'1, !!

engagement of his daughter Rose George Silcox; Adviser, Frank G. executive board; and Mrs. L. A, Steep tea add sugar to taste block, and Col.! and Mrs. Nollman No. 107-Through___. 8.37a.m. of July A. D. 1934 hag filed ,.aIQ,
Hemingway; Escort, Frank Clark; and then add juices. This makes In my office and ha* made
Burton of Starke 5Pflllu
Mae. to Charles E. Davis, first vice-president of the believe that others will follow lu Northbound-Due tlon for a tax deed to be
: Rome Ga. Miss Rowe Is the and Watchman, Lacy Silcox. Florida Division. U. D. C. Little twenty-five cups. Make ahead of this attractive sub-division. The No. 2-Local_____-_ 5.28 a. m. thereon. looull.

'I daughter of Mr. Rowe and the late The fraternal degree was puton Misses Betty Ann Flynn and time and heat just before serving. location has been approved for F. No. 108-Through____ 541 p. m. lowing Said certificate deKcrlbed embraces property the In foJ, I

', Mrs. Rowe. She was a member of by the Gainesville degree team Madge Brownlee, wearing long Cheese Souffle II. A. construction they say. Starke and Bell BranchNo. County of Bradford State of Florida".

the 1937 graduating class of the and the ten candidates were well party dresses, stood near the door Mrs. Brownlee also sent us a All suggestions for names for 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. I to-wit Northeast: Quarter of .S

Bradford County High School, pleased ,with the :tide that the and received the silver offerings, recipe for cheese souffle and thatIs the sub-division should be mailedto No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. Quarter of Southeast Quarter Northw aIM, 1

where she was a popular member Gainesville boys gave them on the which amounted to $22.00. the only recommendation that Col. and Mrs. Nollman at Seta (Daily except Sunday's) Southeai-t North Half Quarter of Northea Section Quarter Of fl

of thn .vniineer. R@t. "eoat." __ u _. ...._ we need. We know you are eagerto -- T. J. GRIFFIN. Agent. fthfn.,... & Smith... nano-a "Otaming ln.b 24 Tow al
-- --- -- -- ---- unaer tne curecuon. 01 aura.Ethel this In 1Sfl5. w-* --o.iinv -A M14H.BI. co:.

Mr. Burton is the son of Mr. and The local camp is looking for- M. Biggs the following appropriate try recipe. The assessments.aOACree.moreorlesa.
1-2 pound cheese (grated) IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OK THE' said 9ro.
Mrs. Frank Burton of Rome, Ga.,' ward to having the Gainesville program was presented: SAMPSON EIGhTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK erty under the mid' certificate w
and is the brother of Mrs. J. L. : members with them again In the Piano trio: "Marche Heroique," 3 eggs well beaten CITY TUtU BTATH Of FLOHIDA. I'" Co In the name of Blackshear Mf?'
0 2 tablespoons butter AMU FOR HIIAUFOHU COUNTY
Anderson of this city. He was near future. by Roberts Wbitfleld Clarice Mrs. Nellie McKinney Cor. IN CHANCERYIN Unless said certificate shell hl
graduated from the high school In Refreshments served at Sewell.Childrens 2 cups sweet milk THE MATTER OF ) : redeemed according to law tiul
were Thomas Virginia
property described therein SI I
8 soda crackers crumbled fine THE ADOPTION OF: ) will I,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar of Pal-
Rome and for some time was em-! the close of the meeting. Chorus: "Sout her n Rye SHIRLEY CASTLE- ) sold to the highest bidder at tblJ
ployed here In the Kozy Korner: Salt pepper to taste atka visited Mrs. Rye's sister, BERRY ) court house door on the first Mon I
era Airs" written by Stephen Mix well. When mixture puffsup Mrs. NOTICE day In the month of March. I
last weekend.A .
Cafe. I Ray Goodge which la
Richard Cooper Honored Foster sung by children from stir. Then let cook until firm. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 1939. the 6th, day of MarSI"I
The date for the wedding will number of young people from YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE -
With Birthday Party second grades In primary de Serve hot.Business. That on the 27th Dated this. 24th day of Januar7
be announced later. here enjoyed the chicken I\fOndaYb 1939. .
partment. Teachers, Mrs. H. C. supper I day of 1939 at ThornJ
at the home of Roy Tomlinson 10:00: ( o'clock In the forenoon or as (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.
Ritch and Miss Kitty Hogsed, Clerk; of CIrcuit Court of Bradfo"!
Co-Ed School Class Richard Cooper son of Mr. and Meeting of last Friday night. goon thereafter as the an me may be
'a. Sunday assisted by Miss Ruby Lilley. heard. the undemffrned. .. Lonnie County. Florida. 1.27 5t I.4.|
) Enjoys Wenier Roast Mrs. R. M. Cooper, was the honor Woman's Club Held Mrs. W. H. Smith is expected Lynn Parker and wife Vivian Parker -
guest Saturday afternoon when Piano solo, "Paderewskl Minuet, will preHeat to the Honorable A. Does Bladder
% Afternoon home this week-end after a visit Z. AdklnB one of the Judge of the
The Co-Ed Sunday School Class Mrs. L. A. Canova. Wednesday
his mother entertained for him
with relatives In Miami. above Htyled Court. at his office in Irritation Wake You
: k of the Methodist Church enjoyed a I with a delightful party in cele- Medley of Southern Songs by The regular business meeting of the Court House In the Town of Its nbt normal.. Its natures, wurn.
delightful weiner roast at the N, I Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McKinneywere Starke Florida, a petition prayingfor Ins "DANGER.AHEAD.".
bration of his seventh birthday Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. Make itt,
the Woman's Club of Starke was an Older authorizing the adoption
visiting in Wed- 25o test. Use buchu leaves
l$ Hampton Juniper!
Sternberg cottage on Kingsley
anniversary.Cut Biggs accompanied by Mrs. of Shirley Castleberry by the oil and 6 other drugs made luitl
Lake last Thursday night. I held Wednesday afternoon In the nesday.M. said Lonnie Lynn Parker and wife green tablets. Help the kldntnf
flowers and house Canova. Vivian Parker, and further petitionthe
club building with the president, Varnes Mrs. flush out excess acids and other
The members Myra Goodge.
met at o'-
eight Court to change the name of
Musical "In My Grand- wastes which .I
were placed to advantageIn reading can cause the irrlt,
J clock arid roasted hot dogs around the and ma's Garden," by little Miss Mrs. L. A. Canova in the chair. and Mrs. Mildred Dyal made a Shirley. Cantlrberry to Shirley Park.er. tlon resulting In getting up nlghtil
living dining rooms.
a big bon fire. After they business trip to Starke Saturday LONNIE: LYNN PARKER frequent or scanty flow, burning or I
After the Ona Demo rest. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. secretary backache. Ask any druggist forl
toasted marshmallows and playing games on morning. VIVIAN PARKER Bukets. Your 25o back If .I
sang not pleap.pd
lawn, Richard and his friends were Reading, "Tribute to Lee, by read the .minutes of the ---. In 4 days. Locally at Carpenter'.
songs until a late hour. Herbert Alvarez, Miss Carry '
invited Into the dining room for Mrs. L. G. Powell.At previous meeting and Mrs. D. P. NOTICI5 OK !SALE OF TAX Drug Store.
Those present were: Miss Kitty Alvarez Eugene Goodge, and Miss (-KKTIFICATKS4. -
Hogsed. Miss Lucille Kennedy, refreshments. The beautifully the close of this unusuallyfine Carpenter gave the treasurer's report Doris Goodge, all of Pine Level, Notice I 1M hereby given that J. F. r.I
decorated birthday cake centeredthe program, Mrs. Perryman, Klclcllter HUM flied with me writ-
Miss Lillian Sternberg James to the in the absence of Mrs. C. A. attended the chicken supper at ten rpquect that the tax certificates I FOR ALL FORMS OF
lace presented
covered table. The cake chapter president.
Dennis. Merrill McMillan, Mr. and Knight. Roy Tomlinson's Friday night. together with all lubneqilent omit-
:Mrs. Iced In white was topped with Starke public library "The rise ted or levied taxen held by the State .
Johnnie Whittemore, Mr. seven burning pink candles' resting and Fall of the Confederate Government Mrs. L. A. Davis gave an Interesting be adwrtlard and Hold to the bigbent INSURANCEPLEASE
and Mrs. Glen Wood, Mr. and Mrs. bidder for cash a* provided by
the Introductionand BirthsMr.
in Varl-color- in two volumes, writ- talk on 18298
green holders. Chapter of the 1I37! acta of
I E. R. Struth, D. P. Carpenter and ed hearts further decorated 'the ten by Jefferson Davis. The books principles of parliamentarylaw. and Mrs. William H. Hall, the Leglnlature, upon the following
Mrs. Carpenter, teacher. described real entate In the County PHONE 146
H cake and dainty white flowers and were received by Miss Dorothy This was the first in a seriesof Theressa, girl, January 23. of Bradford State of Florida to-wlt
talks on parliamentary jaw that Lot C .of mock 1. LIvlngHton
fern assistant librarian -
were placed around It. Yellow Claire Kickllter Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby
Quarterly Rally Planned Truby & CoV Addition to StarkeIn
green and red Individual cupsof who made a graceful little M-a. Davis will give at the club Starke, boy, January 20. Wii! of NE Sec 28 Tp. 8 S. R. I HAROLD WALL
At New River Church : candy hearts 'were the favors speech of acceptance. These val- meetings.New 22 E. -
The taxe to be void are evidenced -
The quarterly rally of the, New chosen for this party. uable books were a gift from the members were assigned to P.-T. A. by certificate Nos. S40 & 1098 of AgencyAgcy.

River Association, of the Baptist Mrs. Cooper was assisted in daughters of the late Col. W. T. .various committees.; To Meet 1931 and 1933 respectively and reprettent ,

W. M. S. will be held at Ralford serving ambrosia and cake to the Weeks; Mrs. W. L. Wall! Mrs. 3. Miss Mina Manassa, chairman The Parent-Teacher Associationwill 1930 to 193'unpaid!', both taxeH inclusive for ,the amount-years Est. Over 50 Years

January 31, beginning at 10 a. m. young folk by Mrs. Clyde Pr...,st. M. Brownlee Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of finance announced a benefit meet Thursday afternoon at Ing to 2143.
Miss Louise Smith of Jacksonville of Starke, and Mrs. S. T. Dell of bridge party to be held in the three o'clock at the school house ALSO: : Lots 1, 3. 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 of ---- ------ _=::;,

state secretary, will be present, as' Those present to enjoy the after- Gainesville. club auditorium Friday night, Feb. here. :Mrs. W. B. Sewell president .>----------.-.-.- -.-.--,---
noon with Richard were: Betty 3 at 8:00 o'clock. Tickets will have of
are the
: meet
will Miss Wilma 'author of I charge
Hucy, Ann The tea table was placed In the
Flynn Jeanette Priest Gloria
cents each. Ing.OU32ZD.
the home mission book twenty-five I Ii
"Go Forward
Cooper Janet Anderson, Georgeand sun-parlor and covered with a

,l ," An interesting program Arthur Winkler Johnnie Garner handsome lace cloth. White nar- All orders filled with I"nretul.con'lldt'ra-!'

baa been arranged and( an enjoyable Dan and Van Priest, TommyKdwaria. cissi and red carnations centeredthe I tion for the requirement of the Individual.

day Is anticipated. All members and J. H. McKInney. table and were balanced by S Special attention given to promptness and
are urged to attend and bring I red candles in silver holders! on
: sandwiches. I IJ W. C. T. U Meets the table were placed several i
1 I kinds of sandwiches, toasted pecans Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone
individual cakes iced in
and :
J FLOWERS The W. C. T. U. met last Fri white and topped with a tiny Confederate ..
Music Features & Photo Syndicate N. YJ '.'------------------t
day afternoon with Mrs. Julia ( '
______________ FOR ALLOCCASIONS flag as a favor. At each
Eastman and Mrs. H. A. Lawson end of this beautifully appointed fjnOSCANINI, for relaxation, likes to visit night clubs, particularly those Sea

IN ANYDESIGNS for a very interesting session. The table Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and JL with glrly floor shows. Rachmaninoff: for relaxation, likes to hear _

Union meets this week with Mrs.J. Mrs. L. F. Chapman poured Russian dance bandman Eddie Duchin play the piano. __

T. Quigley. tea. Assisting in serving were The Public's "tender," "dove," "darling," "sweet- a .

Also Flowers Misses Gayle Sewell, Hetty String- to Blame heart" .

Wired to Benefit Bridge fellow, Patsy Lee Roberts and Until recentlythe D

I, AnybodyAnywhere The Woman's Club will sponsora Helen Dowling.A popular song Btillman claims it's almost impossible e

benefit bridge party Friday large number of guests attended writer majority did of his a to write a really fresh love /

I ForAny night, February 3, at the clubhouse : this beautiful'affair on the tunes for the song. Yet, the public is forever .
clamoring for them, shows continuously
1 Occasionr1 beginning at 8 o'clock. The 132nd anniversary of the birth of movies; and If itt favor for them. The harder- .

I MttS. N. D. WAINWRIGHT general public is cordially invitedto Robert E. Lee. their subsequentand task: .. for the lyric writer. He TAMPA

Phone 102 attend. Admission will be 23c: -- persistentairing themicrophone realizes the fublio hat a pretty 'CA
L each. good memory for songs, that it
: ---- .. I Birthday Party :Is Given recognizes and resents phrases that
j ..... Wtsttr flirt J 4LsWwi
i t i loses savor WHQ s/miil sissl-
have l become familiar. On the other
For Betty Ann Flynn Louis Reid the public aftera hand the public likes a melody 'I, .! 1939. tmntttmtt ***

I FUNERAL DIRECTOR Betty Ann Flynn daughter of term of some six weeks blame it which U can vaguely identify with p.,. .pksis an.Ic.,s.v J.y'O *

: My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn. not so much upon the radio, as upon tome previous melody, ;td V. NEW 8ULDING&.< -P.B
the spirit of the times. The public
SI I SlIS Is viii
EFFICIENT. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE was the honoree at a delightful It's the I
That Counts
demands the tunes and the orches. Lyric _. I uM'. *
I MODERATE PRICES party Friday afternoon at 3:30: tras and broadcasters comply. Hence Its the lyric that counts In a love S, .7

i. DeWITT C. JONES o'clock when her mother entertained the repetition and hence the early song. Stillman says .though there _

Starke FloridaClearance for her. Betty Ann celebratedher death. are cases la which a great melody .

seventh birthday anniversaryat The early passing has. however, puts over a love song.- An Instanceof
a compensation. It means more the latter, be points out Is C. A. --- -___-__-1
this time.A ..
tunes a steady succession of tunes. Blxlo's "Tell Me.That You Love He //lIIIIWlUlnIlUlIIIIIIUlI11IJUI11'UIIU/lUII""IIIUIIIIIIIIIO' / WI.IiII11UIUUIlIiIIUtlltllllWlIIUIIIIIIIUU/lIiIIIIII1IUIUU/ I/lOUIi/lUllIiIU1UII1IIIIIIWI1ltUlIIIIIUlilmllllll1llll.ll/ / il\lllf'\

yellow and pink color scheme We take for granted the vast and

: was carried out In the flowers and growing music-madness of America. A New Service for PatronsCOHEN'S I

SaleHurry decorations for this charming forgetful: that radio and the moviesare ,

party. primarily responsible Every I
morle-even to the vewsreel-has a
Van Priest was the lucky win- musical sound track. It may be Incidental PERSONAL ,i

!These Dresses Must Go-Hurry! ner in the contest for pinning music It may be a special '

"Starke" on the map. Van received score It may be Interpolated songs. SHOPPING BUREAUin
size of Music is necessary to the creationof 1
a giant piece pepper-
See Our of Illusion and Music.
Line suspense. as I
mint candy as his reward. Miss
a consequence,is with us constantly.So :
NEW SPRING COATS Dorothy Faxon and Miss Arlene charge of ;
Dew directed the games and as- Many Bands

Smart Lines Vivid Shades sisted in entertaining the guests.At In our musical development symphony -
orchestras have become CII BARBARA MADISON
the conclusion of the games
Ann and her friends numerous in America today! at village !4LI
Brighten Up Your Winter Wardrobe I bands once were. And the

_ With Fresh New Accessories invited refreshments.Into the The dining refreshmenttable room for bands-at Wou/l familiar Our. with children/ Ttchalkow-are I becoming ;;: who will be glad to shop WITH youor

was covered with a lace cloth "sky's "Pathetique" at our parents FOR you. There is no charge or ob I
and centered with a large reflec- were with Cha,. K Barrls' "Afttr

Blouses in Attractive Designs at tor on which rested the birthday the Ball. ligation for this service. '

cake iced In pink and topped with Our dance muile. of course leads )
$1.00 and $1.25 the world.
Call it anything you
seven burning candles. Jonquils, will it reflects the vivid glowing AI Stillman, A.S.C.A.P Simply ask for, phone or write Barbara I
and other dainty yellow flowers (Says songwriters don't like
>4u1) of modern
Bags in the New Shades, Japonica and fern arranged around the cake America love songs.) I Madison when desiring shopping assist

Lyclaman Pink, Royal Blue, completed the table decorations.Mrs. They Hate Love Songs TonishL" The tune was destined to ance.
B. J. Flynn, Mrs. P. E. be a certain hit. whatever words "
Black Patent Leather, etc Canova. Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Mrs. L. Songwriters hate love songs. That were set to( It. Incidentally Stlll-

$1.00 $1.98 $2.98 Q. Powell, and Mrs. Glen Wood sounds like heresy in a profession in inau uroIdeJ. the lyric for the song. ; Barbara: Maillson Personal Shopping
which love songs butter the brnd:
I assisted Mrs. Flynn in serving ice
Bureau Second Floorbkptbe
cream. cake and candy to the and put the cream on the cereal. Sonawrltcrt! most enjoy writing
Floral But. according to Al Stillman who vovelty 0/1 comedy tongs. Such
_: Offerings, young people. has his tiamtifrs them
pounded out share of them. give an opportunity
Flowers? for Anu Occasion About thirty-five guests were the words that express the stnu- to ta,J'C.t .x 1/-nuify:: and nrlglnallty/

-- .---------- ------- _ present to enjoy the party with ments of love have become to t.... o; id i (cn1 phrase. But the novelty

CLAR JEAN SHOPPE the little honoree. tend through overuse as to become: and, conrdy/ songs have little com' ;

_1.. ---._ almost meaningless to the professional Hare mercial caiest value Remember, except in "Merry-Go-rare caset.

PHONE 97 Yellow and white second sheets melody man.,Such words, for /round Drake Down" ant "Uutio

at the Bradford County Telegraph. *! !pl,8.. -sweet," ""charm: Goes Round"t _..., __........._._..__...._...____ ,__._.._.III.nllll.1IIII

,."" ..-<.,..'..n17"1'1"'" ....,..., -,..,'"'" "- ."

-------------- ---------- -- -- --------------.. -- .. ._
-- ---- --- ---- -- --- -- -- ---- -
Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs L D. Mrs. F. 0 Schell of Lake Butler LOUIS IS STILL CHAMP Miss Marjorie Stump of Bunnell
Vising and Mrs. M. P Brown spent the week-end here with will spend this week-end here with
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. her sister. Mrs W J Epperson her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F
Bits of and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Stump. .
Miss Frances
Hemingway spent -- -
Sunday In Jacksonville as the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sim- Carrie Hitch, and Miss Annie i spent last Thursday ia Baxley, Ga.. u uas
IDeal Ne I onton. Darby were visiting Dr. and Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
C. C. Mendoza in Jacksonville Slade. They were accompanied to
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND II I Mr, Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Sunday night. Baxley by Mrs Carpenter's mother -
CONCERNING the week-end in Fernandina with Mrs. W. T. Jackson, who had
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary A. earning Toole, alumnae secretary been visiting here.Mrs. .
Davis. of Southern College at Lake- M

land, was the guest Thursday of
h'I J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville
---I F. E. Smith of Orangeburg S. C., the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson. .4 spent. Wednesday and Thursdayhere
Is the guest of his brother and .
with her son-in-law and
I-;: Harry Houstont Mrs. J. F. Howell and young son
and Mrs sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rs. '' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Sunday in Daytona Beach. of Olustee were guests Tuesdayof Smith.W. Chief of Police Abe Roberts and s 1 Johns Jr. She
was accompaniedback
Miss Ruth Rowe. Tom Rand member of the Jacksonville YA to Jacksonville by Mrs. Johns
a ; and Mrs. L. A. ShepIpent B. Mundy and J. H. Godwinof police force, were guestsof f and two children.
Friday in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lindsey of the State Farm spent several Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon Sat- s ,' e'

Doublln, Ga., are guests of Mr. days this week in West Palm urday. lyNEW
E! J. Wolfe returned to
J. M. Brownleent Sunday
u. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon.Mrs. Beach.
his home in Orangeburg, S. C., '
Tuesday In Jacksonville. Mrs. R. A. Green and small son,
after a visit here with his brother-
Fred Francis of Ft. Myers Mrs. N. Sternberg returned to Robert Alexis spent Sunday and '
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.
i and Mrs. O. M. Copps of Is the guest of her parents, Mr. her home today after spending Monday in Gainesville with Mrs.Green's .
'jnvtlle spent Tuesday here. and Mrs. E. C. Priest. several days in Miami with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. ____ ______ _______m_ I. Smith. He was accompaniedto
friends. A. Harris. YORK:Champion Joe Lewis, left successfully defendedhis Orangeburg by W. P. Smith, ,
Jr., who remained with him until
lr. and Mrs. George B. Flynnt Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. G. title of world's champion heavyweight boxer Wednesday nightin Monday. t''
Tuesday In Floral City. P. Wadsworth of Hampton spent Mrs. B. M. Fussell is spending Mrs. Doris Mann of Wheeling, Madison Square Garden before a $100,000 crowd by a technical M

Monday in Jacksonville. several days this week in Avon West Va., left Monday for a visitIn knockout over John Henry Lewis, right, light heavyweight title- Henry Manassa and Al St. Ger-
clan Gray of Gainesville was Park with her mother who is seri- Pensacola after enjoying a
holder. Joe knocked Lewis down three times in two minutes main who have some time ,
week-end guest of George Misses Rosa Mae and Ruth ously ill. week's visit here with Mr. and forty seconds of the first round, the third time for good. In Washington, D.spent C. and New
Mrs. O. E. Stanebury.
jnn. Rowe York, were guests Monday of Mr. a
spent Wednesday In Mac- Col. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
B. and M. J. Surrency of clenney and Jacksonville. returned to Sebring Tuesday aftera Mills Dorothy Sapp of Tallahassee Mrs. L. M. Gray and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wells of Manassa'a) mother, Mra. C. I. Man- ,
her were business visitors brief visit here with Mrs. S. F. arrived today to spend the Mrs. T. J. Davis of Gainesville 1 I Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. Glen assa, and Miss Mlna Manassa, en
Wednesday. Mrs. R. J. Tatum of Jackson- Hamrick. week-end with her parents, Mr. I were guests Sunday night of Mr. Searing of Jacksonville arrived to- route to their home in Lakeland.

ville spent Wednesday here with and Mra. J. B. Sapp and to at- and Mrs. George B. Flynn. day to attend the President's Ball.
f. M. McCord spent the weekin Mr..and Mrs. R, J. Davis. Kenneth Harrington of Lake tend the Birthday Ball tonight. While here they will be guests of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Atlanta with his mother City spent the week-end here with Edward Jordan, a student at Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Hoppe and son, Jimmy, will regret ,
L. F McCord. Mrs. J. H. Lord left last Thurs- his family and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mrs. A. I. Spencer and daughter, the University of Florida in to learn that they left this week
day for Leesburg and Winter Haven Williams.Mr. Anlce and Miss Katie Fugate of Gainesville, spent the weekendhere J. C. Gamer spent Sunday afternoon for Tampa, where they will make
[r. and Mrs. J. E. Murphry and for a visit with friends. Jacksonville spent the week-end with Mr. and Mr T. J. Griffin in Jacksonville visiting little their home. Mr. Hoppe has accepted
James Edward, of Palatka and Mrs. Joseph Young of here with Mr. and Mrs J. F. Col- Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and Miss Carolyn Edwards who la confinedto the position as manager of
.e guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, Miss Amy Butherfordton, N. C., were recent ley and Miss Virginia Fugate.Mr. Annie Darby, the hospital because of serious the Roberts' Cigar factory in
V, B. Harrell. Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. Will: Blair guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Frank burns. Friends of Carolyn will be Tampa.
were In Gainesville Saturday. Robinson.Mrs. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and Mr and Mrs. D. B. White, house glad to learn that she Is Improv-

little daughters, Mary Ann and guests of Mrs. White's mother, ing.
J Theo Tison was carried to a C. L. Sloan and sons, Billy Carolyn, of Gainesville were here Mrs. C. I. Manassa, and Miss Mina
Jacksonville hospital early this and Jimmie of Jacksonville are Sunday visiting Mrs. E. E. Canova Manassa left Tuesday for a visitin Mr. and Mrs. Charles It Register -
I week for medical treatment. guests of Mrs. Sloan's sister, Mrs.J. and Mr.\ and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Key West and other points in i of Lake Butler and Mr. and

M. Capo. South Florida i Mrs. C. Hughes Register and son.
'I ra W. P. Smith, F. E. Smith, and Mrs. E. O. Stansbury and guest, Hughes, of Tallahassee were
W. P. Smith, Jr., spent Tuesdayin Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Horee Mrs. Doris Mann of Wheeling, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum of guests Sunday of Mrs. Julia East.
Palatka and St, Augustine. of Jacksonville spent Sunday here West Virginia, and Mrs. N. N. DeLand spent Sunday here and In man and Mr. and Mrs II, A. Law-
r with Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and Prevatt spent the week-end tourIng Lawtey visiting their sons-in-law son. M.
Miss June Smith of Washington, Mrs. G. H. Bennett. the southern part of Florida. : and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. E.
ProvidesCASHIn D. C., Is spending two weeks here R. Struth and Mr. and Mrs.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
\ erect of accident. with her father, Junius Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall of George Roberts.
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid returned Perkins will be glad to learn that
I CASH-In event of illness. Monday after spending a week in Tallahassee arrived today to spend their son, Edwin, who has been Area exceed lHOOOOOO
I bills.I Mrs. W. M. Wlimberly and Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Patten
hospital the of Talla-
CASH-To pay Tampa with her parents, Mr and with Mr. Wall's par- confined in St. Luke's Hospital in
I CASH-To pay doctor bill*. Sam Anderson were business visitors Mrs. A. C. Durden. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall, hassee is the guest this week of Jacksonville since Sunday with a More than $ 66OOOOOO l insurance
I CASH-Or a monthly Income in Jacksonville last Friday. and to attend the President's Ball. her mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. naael infection, is much Improvedand In fore
i for life at retirement. Mrs Patten will be
j joined by Mr.
Mrs. B. F. Flowers, of Ocala, will return home soon.
CASH-Or a monthly incomefor Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss and Mrs. Hazel Conway, of New Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest, Mr Patten today and they will remain Larger than 90 pet cent of die 35O
your loved one in Elaine Edwards spent the week. and Mrs. here until American Life Insurance companies
event of prematuredeath. York, were guests this week of L. F. Dinkins Mr. and Sunday. Misses Edith Rowe, Dosla Smith
end in Jacksonville with relatives. Mrs. Paul E. Canova. Mrs. Harold Glasgow, Mr. and Gayle Sewell, Juanita Barefoot,
You pay for Perfect Protection Mrs. Harry Houston, Bill Graham, Mrs. E. M. Thomas returned to Jacqueline Andrews, Enza Weaver, Reliance:Life hu paid more than 12}
{ whether you own it or not- Julian Peek of Jacksonville Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter James Dennis, Robert and Edwin her home here Friday after spend- Sadie Prince, Mary Sally Prince, million dollar to policyholders
Send for complete detail. TO- spent the week-end here with his Madge, spent Friday and Sat- Green, Lacy Conway, Blake Jackson ing a month In Green Cove Springs of the State Farm, and Marlon and beneficiaries since organisa
I | DAY-NOWf parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek. urday In Jacksonville with Mr. and Adolph Gay, J. L., Lacy with her son-in-law and daughter, Sapp of ,Jacksonville enjoyed a doa In 1903.IIAItOIJ .

Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh. Henry and George Silcox, and Mel- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills. Mrs. week-end houacpurty at the Tor- ) O. \VLL.Jel'ncy
HAROLD C. WALL Agency Mrs. C. E. Johns and her mother vin McKinney were among those Thomas was accompanied home by ode cottage on Klngley Lake. Mr.
Mrs. T. A. Brtnson, and Mrs.J attending the motorcycle at Mr. and Mrs. Reliance Life Insurance Company -
Miss Dorothy Ellen Steel of races Mills who spent the and Mrs. J. p. Warren were chap-
,ellanre! Life Insurance Company E. Toney of Hugh, left Wednes- Gainesville will spend the, week- Daytona Beach,Sunday. day here. e rones. of I'lttaburs
,,, ,
"of Pittabiirg' to the remainder of the I "===o='---"- '--'- -o;
day spend end here with her uncle and aunt, -
week in Tampa.iie' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. -- ._- -- -- ------ ----_.- -- -
--- -- -- -

Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. A.
' NAT SEZ: Anderson and their guest, Mrs. F.
I G. Schell of Lake Butler spent

I've hard about the Boll Weevil Saturday in Jacksonville. iI

and the Blue Hug for the last few
: .'JI Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin, Mrs.
rbut, the newest thing out,
) )-ft Carrie Ritch, Miss Annie Darby,
:. HO I'*... been told In. the Jitter Bug. and Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence spent r
Now any of you folks who are Tuesday night in Jacksonville. r
' scientifically mlndvtl and wont to

ce one of these new kind of bug Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of

can have your wish by attending Palatka, were here last Wednes-
day visiting Mrs. C. F. Hoover., 4r
Ball this
President's Birthday
and Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hoover.
I wouldn't miss It .
Friday Night. ------ TONIGHT
for aD.thJng. Lea all go. Friends of Ernest Dowling, Jr., !
will be glad to learn that he Is
recuperating at his home after
undergoing a ton llectomy in the

[Specials For This WeekPriscilla ling Gainesville Alachua spent County the last week-end Friday.Hospital Mrs.in Gaines-Dow-In FRIDAY JANUARY 27th


Corbin and Gene, returned to their
home in Ormond on Sunday after-

148 inch Top Width-Each side 24 inches 39' noon, Mr. Carell spent Sunday ,
Joy 2 1-8 yards, all woven marquisettes, C here and his family returned with
visit here BALL
assorted colors plain and self ruffles him, after a
Carnell's parents, Mr and Mrs. F.
f and tie backs. A. Scott. :



Size 22x41-colored striped borders in 19

I Vhermillon. blue. ,'gold and green.r! l C (MOT I I A

Here's a Real Special!


Size 80x90. Crinkle cotton with alternating 59 C SURPRISE MALE QUARTETTE INIMITABLE IMITATIONS
: FOR SALE- -Qt strawberry cups
/ woven colored and shaded I $3 per thousand. Copenhagen TilE STARKE SWINGSTERS THE LAWTEY STRING BAND
| stripes. Seamed and hemmed. i cabbage plants $1 per thousand.R. .

181x99 $ beans, corn, peanuts, squash,
Standard grade bleached sheets. } melons,
IRIxGl! Thread cukes, pepper BEGINNING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK-
inch. Evenly woven
per okra, potatoes, and chufas. Also
and finished to give maximum wear. Cole Planters and Fertilizer t

A Real Bargain! Distributors at White's Store. I

1-27 4t, p

PART-WOOL BLANKETS FOR tag SALE Gasoline-One-half Engine;Horse Like May new., "a.DANCING, I BEGINS I AT 9:30: -

Size 66x80 weight 3 pounds. Well I $1.88 Cheap for cash. Robert C. -

[ ade-.stitched binding colors Blue, Jackson. 1-20-21 TO MUSIC BY
n, Rose and Gold.
FOR SALE-b0'Bushels of Porto

Rico bushel.Sweet J. D. Potatoes DlgRS. 1 1-2 60c) miles per THE U. of F. SEMINOLESFEATURING r I

IT PAYS TO BUY AT north of Starke on Road 13. Itp
6 rooms bath. electric lights, a
h.t and cold water large yard ,
I garden plot and chicken yard. i: I $1 Per Couple All Men $1 Ladies 25c
One-half mile from paved street
See A. E. Wall. King.ley Lake., L I
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sue _ .. 27. 19h


Frank Tracy. the Jacksonville or candidate with support of em-


talk and won some fame for him- 18. J. J. Parrish, 10-1. Is well liked And HereafterI

self by posting betting odds and in Florida -J
I II Inn Tobacco Growers comments on various politicalraces 19. Harold Colee, 10-1. One of the QUITS GAS TAX ROWTALLAHASSEE AGAIN OPPOSE CANAL

ts forte To MoldThe is at it again. It is still 16 best liked men in Florida. have Just read "My Faith," a Another Bradenton, E. S. :MCDonald

thlIousehold Fight months until Florida holds Its 20. John R. Beacham, 18-1, His little booklet by my friend and the county got out of the gasoline tax president of the Florida
iti its speciallaw Water
first Democratic primary, but friends are trying to make him world famous surgeon, Dr. How- dispute by admitting Conservation League,
annual fight to control blue was unconstitutional and thus said
MORE CITRUS RECIPES mold in tobacco seed beds will be Peerless Prognosticator Tracy has run. ard Kelly, which is distributed by opening the way to receive its he had telegraphed
already\ issued a form chart. 21. J. M .Lee, 18-1, O. K. wherehe representativeJ.
Inaugurated with demonstrations the Great Commission Prayer share of these funds under a 1931 Hardin Peterson that his ,
By Isabelle S. Thursby :Mr. Tracy, it be remembered is. organ
at Brooker and Starke on Thurs- may law. Hamilton County
The Bible teaches that general
22. B. F. 18-1 Good old ization still Is
Food Economist was much off In the Paty, opposed to
Extension day, February 9, County Agent T. very the
withdrew from a case long pend-
Paty! Would like to see him run. not "many" of the great men of
election but Florida Canal.
last Ship
several tri- K. McClane, Jr., stated yesterday. gubernatorial ing in Circuit Court here. It left President
We have given you
23. W. W. Rore, 18-1, Has some the world "called." It
methods of claims that In the last general are really Roosevelt has recommended
dur- Improved sprayingand that
Dade Baker
ed and proven citrus recipes only four counties-- ,
the past two weeks and we an additional fumigant are election he was 99.99 percent per- possibilities. does not say "not any" are call- Gadsden and Jefferson whose Congress authorize funds to con.
ing available for commercial use this fect on a forecast Issued 24 days 24. Chas. A. Mitchell 18-1, With ed. There have been few tinue work on the Gulf-Atlantic
hope are using and enjoying always a funds are still tied up by Comp-
you before the funds C. A. could beat a lot of on which
two more that year. voting. troller J. M. Lee while litigation waterway $5,400,000 aI.r..a.dv .
.1\1\ them. Here are _. ___ __L u._ ___11_'___, r..M,._.. .,.."',,....... '. M them. of the great thinkers like Dr. Kelly .. .. _L' '__u_ hall be..n 8n..nt.__ _
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; to : iilue mold can De nil' p.c.a..7' av aVA continues over tneir nwo. "
.t you might line try preveuiuu 25. R? L. Black, 20-1, You may who have had saving faith in special ; 1
Golden Glow Marmalade fairly effectively by spraying the 1940 containing some utterly ridi- hear from R. L. In the original case, filed more
Jesus Christ and were true to God.
Wash grapefruit and peel with plant beds with red copper oxld- culous comments and. some good 26. Walter Clark 28-1. has plenty than a year ago, laws passed for MINIMUM PRICE SET

white membranous oil emulsion applied under pressure sense, follows: friends In South Florida. "Men: and women of the highest 39 counties were Involved. LAKELAND With Florida
knife, leaving on
akin. Break fruit in half and of from 100 to 200 pounds. GOVERNORS 27. Fuller Warren, 20-1, My old scholastic and scientific attain- citrus growers solidly behind the
This Is mixed in the proportion W. McL Christie 3-1 excellent ment have confessed unfalteringfaith action and Texas
t discard pithy portion with seed 1. pal, one of the best men in the FROST DAMAGE promising to cooperate
y 4 In center. Cut sections of fruit of 4 ounces of red copper oxide, record, clean campaigner. U. S. A. in the divine inspiration of BELLE GLADE-Crop damage In every possible way the

1'' and rag In half lengthwise. To 1 L quart of cottonseed oil and 1 2. Bill Hodges, 3-1, Was nosed 28. Pete Tomasello, 28-1, Nobody's the Bible. Among these of great unofficially estimated as high as Florida citrus commission has ea.

i' each measure of pulp add three pint of lethane spreader in 25 gallons out last time. foul, needs funds. intellectual power are Blackstone", several hundred thousand dollars tablished a 32 cents as the cost 01|

measures of water. Let stand of water. It is necessary to 3. Dan Chappell, 3-1, Might have 29. W. B. Frasier, 30-1, Well! liked the "father of juris prudence," was reported In the wake of two production of a standard box of/

overnight and then boll gently until apply this spray as soon as the won last time with more funds: in North Florida. Greenleaf, "the peer of evidence, successive nights of frosts and grapefruit In Florida. This action

c rag Is tender about 1.2 to plants develop leaves about the 4. Raleigh Peteway, G-l. Led 30. L. F. Chapman, 30.1, Friends Noah Webster of dictionary fame,' low temperatures over portions of taken under authority of a 1935

3.( of an hour. Add pint for pintof size of a dime and keep the plants race for Governor last out. want him to run. Faraday, the physicist, and a'I Florida's rich Everglades vege- law never before used, establishes

sugar, and half as much grated covered until they are set in the 6. J. Turner Butler, 5-1, Will not 31. D. C. Colemar, 30-1, Well great list of others whose names table producing area. Growers this amount as the legal minimum
to field. In cold weather spraying have been written on the pages: said beans, .and tomatoes at which grapefruit can be
pineapple and cook rapidly jel run If Christie does. Good man. known in Florida. peppers peas punchased

lying stage ((222 degree F.). Pour twice a week is desirable, in 6. Claude Lee, 5-1, A dark horse; 32. Fred L. Touchton, 30-1, Not a of history. I suffered In a 40-mile sec- for the remainder of the
Im warmer weather once a week. will It is not surprising that the com- tion from Port season.
into Bterllzed jars and seal good record. dead one. Old Senator has lots of extending Myaccaon

mediately. suffice. 7. Burton H. Schoepf, 8-1, Be lends. mon people heard Jesus gladly.'' the east side of Lake Okeecho- ---

Combination Marmalade Either of two materials, benzolor Citrus Juice advocation Is makinghim 33. Dr. R. A. Williams, 30-1, Might As a matter of fact, most people bee southward, to Bean City. The T. B. ON INCREASE

Ingredients: 1 orange, 1 lemon, paradlchlorobenzene, can be used friends. change his mind. do not belong to the Intellectualclass. t. ermometerdropped as low as 27 TALLAHASSEE While the
( for vapor treatments, and these The circle of the really in- degrees last night at one point
II 1 grapefruit, and sugar. 8. Nathan Mayo, 5-1, Would SENATORS tuberculosis death rate for tot
$ can be applied as soon as an out- tellectual has always been a small near here, and producers estimated
Wash fruit, remove seed, and make a good race. 1. Chas. O. Andrews, 3-1, May United States dropped to new low
break of the disease is noted in the 9. Pierce Wood 5-1 circle. A large percentage of the as much as 75 per cent of the .
run through food chopper. Add SpeakerahlpwlU and could repeat. The man to beat. last year, the death rate in Florida
plant bed. For this treatment to decide his chances. 2. W. McL. Christie 3-1 supposedly scholastic crowd never crops in some areas had been kill- turn upward,
i' three times the bulk of water, Strong think. has lookup figure
be successful Dr. Tisdale says it 10. Pat Whitaker, 5-1 Has "Scholarship agreed, ed. released reveal.
boil for fifteen minutes, and let ability. possibility. just Florida bone
' stand overnight. Then boll until Is necessary to have tight frames 11. D. Stuart Gillis, 8-1, One of 3. Doyle Carlton, 3-1, Will run they say and they usually say I of fifteen states whose death

M It': peel tender and let stand again. and covers, ordinary tobacco cloth the best men In Florida. much better race this time. that because some one else saidit. I TRIES AGAINTALLAHASSEE rate from tuberculosis Increased
useless for the They never investigated to
q, Measure pint for pint of sugar being purpose.If 12. Grady Burton, 8.-1, Ran a good 4. J. Turner Butler, 5-1, Posi- find out if the Franklin during 1937. The statistics wen

.' i and cook rapidly until jelly stage benzol is used it Is placed In race last time out. tively a leader. he knew what he one quoted what Pierce McCall has asked the Flor- compiled by the United State

Is reached ((222 degrees F.). This shallow pans sitting four or five 13. Charles F. Coe, 8-1, Has madea 5. Spessard Holland, 5-1, Wouldbe bout. was talking a- ida Supreme Court for a second Bureau of Census. In 1936 Flor

r procedure may be varied by add- Inches above the surface of the lot of friends. a very strong man. time to save him from death in the ida's death rate from, tuberculoilt

ing along with the sugar 1 cup of soil. Paradlchlorobenzene, which 14. Jerry W. 'Carter, 8-1, A good 7. Lex Green, 10-1, Is a season- They call this a scientific age.I electric chair for the $10,000 ran- was 55.1 per 100000. In 1937 It

L shredded pineapple previously boiled has been used for years In killing Railroad Commissioner In a good ed campaigner. wonder why so many men are some-kidnapping of five-year-old was 57.8 per 100,000. Figures! for

q for five minutes. peach tree borers, is spread In spot now. 8. Jerry Carter, 10-1, A good R. unwilling to investigate spiritual James Bailey Cash, Jr., at Prince- 1938 are not yet available.

crushed crystal form around the 15. Lex Green, 8-1. Out of this R. commission leader. truths. Physicians will go to Dr. ton last May. His counsel filed a +

edges and interior of the beds. race, will go for the Senate. 9. John T. Alsop 10.1, Has an Howard Kelly to ask him about last-minute petition for rehearing,

Citrus marmalades and butters Either fumigant Is left overnight, 16. John T. Alsop, 10-1, Would: excellent record. his experience in treating cancer which if granted would permitnew HUNTING .LAW. CHARGE

M are delicious with biscuits, toast, and the cloths are rolled back the give them all hell if he starts. 10. Pat Whitaker, 10-1, Would and other diseases. They gladly argument on the contention PALATKA, Harry Ogburn
griddle cakes, and waffles, and following morning. 17. Wendell C. Heaton, 10-1, Lab- make good U. S. Senator.HOLMES accept the report of his research that McCall should have had a I former game warden, and Ed Hudson
with puddings, Ice creams, and former Palatka policeman,
Specific directions for the appli- in the field of medicine. His approach jury trial before Circuit Jude H. .
eundaes. cation of these remedies, togetherwith to the Bible has been justas F.- AtkI't; Mle-: I sentencedhim were convicted: ny a jury in county
Old Law ForSupport COUNTY WOMAN: judge's court here on a chargeof
cultural suggestions and ad- scientific as his work in the to die. Tho court decided two
HAS AIR CONDITIONKD<: possessing a doe deer. They
And another for ditional field of medicine. weeks that Court
suggestion a information about downy ofParents FULL ago the Circuit
PANTRY OK FOOD were accused of obtaining the deer
citrus dish: mildew, are contained In Experi- The value of a man's opinion of trial and death sentence were
TestedPlant during a nocturnal hunting expo
Mrs. O. H. Stroh of Gainesville ment Station Bulletin 330. Copiescan Bonifay, Fla Mrs. H. M. Bur- the Bible is based on his knowl- proper and refused to interfere dition in the.Rodman section November .
* be obtained from the edge of the Bible. The Bible with the execution.
4, has developed and interesting way county gem, Holmes County home demon- 20, 1938. W. J. "Cap"
l of using orange juice in making agent, the demonstrators, or the City, An 1866 Florida stration woman, is one of the first teaches that it is possible for the Newman was acquitted of the
jello. She uses an orange flavored Experiment Station. I law, providing that children can in Florida to have an air-condi- right type of man to understandit. DANK NIGHT IIKLU: ILLI'OALTbeater :
same charge. Five other charge
jello and substitutes pure orange be compelled to support their par- He must approach it with an bank nights bank night
tioned built into her home
pantry still
pend against the men. They
GROUND VELVET: ents, was dusted off in Justice of honest heart. He "Insurance" and other schemes
juice for the cold water required BEANS for home must will to do
storing canned and
preserved Include hunting with fire, taking
I5. in making the product. This gives CORN I'ROFITABLK IN Peace Court in a test case In con- His will if he is to know of the based on bank night drawingswere
products, says Mrs. Bettle game by light, hunting in a
nection with old game
a delicious congealed orange Juice, STEER FEEDING TEST age Caudle, home agent. Her pantryhas doctrine. "Spiritual things are placed in the category; ill-
preserve, hunting on a day
filed prohibited
was before Justice of
and she believes it has possibilities attracted considerable atten- spiritually discerned." In my almost egal gambling by a State Supreme
for congealed salads as well. Quincy, Fla.-Ground ear corn the Peace T. W. Watkins, In be- tion throughout the state, and world-wide experience I have Court decision last week. The by law and hunting at

and velvet beans proved more half of a 75-year-old rural resident Mrs. Burgess was recently selected 1 have met a person who really : Supreme Court ruled that bank

profitable than either broken ear whose pension applicationwas for honors in knows the Bible and at the same night, operated in Florida for almost night.Still

corn and whole velvet beans or turned down by the State Welfare ning special by the State Home budget Demonstration can--i time doubted the inspiration of the five years, constitutes a lot- Coughing 1No ?

\t the ground feeds with molasses In i Board because he had a son i Book. Dr. Kelly as a scientist can tery and as such is contrary to the
' BE a steer feeding trial recently concluded and daughter whom the Board sit down with scientists and have Constitution. In proceedings start- matter how many medicinesyou
UBli deemed able to The Burgess pantry has slatted have tried for your common
at the North Florida Ex- support him. The ed here and in Miami
fellowship with them in the fieldsIn the Court cough, chest cold, or bronchial imitation
floor and is
periment Station. The ground children say they haven't the thoroughly ventilated which they are interested. said the method of awarding cash you may get relief now with

; t\ feeds, both with and without molasses means for help.C. so that canned and preserved There is nothing remarkable about prizes to theatre patrons contained ''I Creomulslon. Serious trouble may
1 products will in be brewing and cannot afford
produced steers which sole C. Parker, attorney for the keep good con that, but this 1 Is most remarkable: every element of a lottery and to take a chance you with any remedy
i dition. A recent
ih above feed costs, while steers fed aged applicant, said it was a report by Mrs. Will all of his knowledge of was outlawed by Florida statutes. I less potent than Creomulsion,which

,. I on whole velvet beans and brokenear friendly test to settle the predica- Burgess showed that she had science and with a background of The Court reported finding "Ir goes right to the seat of the trouble
I r corn sold at less ment of about 200 such old $265.50 worth of home productsin and aids nature to soothe and heal
slightely than per- training which few men have had reconcilable conflict" among the the Inflamed membranesand
her pantry, and had used
l I feed cost. sons in Hillsborough County."If 103. he can sit down and have fellow- courts of other states on the ques to loosen and expel germ-
50 worth of fresh fruits
The experiment ran for 120 this old law can be applied," vegetables ship with the humblest and most tion. laden phlegm.Even .
from her own orchards and If other remedies have failed
days, and 10 steers were In each he said, "the children should be garden. unlearned Christian. The lowly don't be discouraged, try Creomul-

lut. This Is the second year of a obliged to care for their parentsif Christian may not understand Dr.Kelly's language with which unconvertedmen sion. Your druggist Is authorized to

three-year. test. In addition to the they have the means. But if Miss Isabelle S. Thursby, econo- scientific terms, but he however great may be their refund your money If you are not

teat feeds, all three lots were fed the court finds that the children mist in food conservation with the will understand what he says a- learning, are not familiar. That thoroughly obtained.satisfied Creomulslon with the Is benefits one-

equal amounts of sorghum silage, haven't the means, the welfare State Home Demonstration Department bout prayer faith, fellowship, and which is the "power of God" to word,ask for it plainly, see that the

cowpea hay and cottenseed meal. board should grant a pension." says the ventilated pan- the rest which a surrendered man save people is "foolishness" to the name on the bottle Is Creomulslon.
TIME SAVERS Prevailing market prices were try is an innovation in Florida. finds in Christ. That is and you'll get the genuine product
old statute Is brief and to heavenly unregenerated. relief
and the you want. (Adv.)
charged for the feeds. Mrs. Burgess has fresh vege-
MONEY SAVERS the point. It says children of --
Dr. L.. O. Gratz, who is in par- tables to set before the six mem-
? Every Uiulnewt Needs Them charge of the North Florida Sta ents who are unable to support bers of her family nearly every
themselves shall
tion, reports that the steers on required to day In the year, but In seasons
BUY FJC.011Bradford make provision for their parents.As I SAVES DOLLARS
I broken ear corn and whole velvet to the mechanics of the law it when some vegetables are scarce car tha

County beans gained 232.7 pounds each provides that a Justice of the she can turn to her pantry for a re-

in 120 days, at a coat of $8.05 per peace has the power to "assess" serve supply which she has can-

Telegraph hundred. They sold for 17.50 per children for the amount ned when the crop was plentiful.
hundred. necessary She says it saves a lot of time

STARKE FLORIDA Those steers fed ground ear for their parents'. support. and worry, and expense too, to

I corn and ground velvet beans BROOKER have canned fruits and vegetableson without PINCHING PENNIES

gained an average of 181 poundsat hand when needed.

a cost of $7.30 per hundred, lUlu Vera Galney, Cor. Her record in *other phases of .

BUSINESSDIRECTORY and sold for $8. Those fed groundear homo demonstration work, partic-

corn, ground velvet beans and LADIKS': AID SOCIETY ularly home improvement, is out- ECONOMY is one famous Ford word. STYLE LEADE8SHIP-The lux.ury Ion., sort transverse a rtaga.
molasses gained 253.8 pounds The Ladles' Aid Society of standing also.HAMPTON. is another. And no 'Ford can of the Iow-pile field. 4 hydraulic thock abeorben.STABILIZED .

: each, at a cost of $7.99 per hundred Brooker held its bi-monthly meet- car has ever linked the two more V-TTJT 1-CniXDEB ENGINE CHASSIS-No front
and brought $8.25 on the mar- ing at the home of Mrs. B. F. Bight cylinden give smoothness. end bobbing or dipping. Level
i Hazen Tuesday afternoon. The, dearly than the present Ford V-8.Learn Smell cylinden give economy. tart*, level stops level ride.

ket.The loss on the first lot was 55 ladies continued with their sewing Mitt Ada Nimmo, CorrespondentMr. for yourself how far it makes your HTDHABllC BHAKES-Euy. SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFING-

The cents per hundred, while the pro- until time for the business money go-in quality as well as thrift! acting-quick, atn: &ht.tope. Note* hushed for quiet ridejLOW
fit on the other two was 70 and meeting which was presided over and Mrs. M. W. Morrow PBICES_Ad"tl.d

that 26 cents per hundred, respectively, by the vice-president, Mrs. O. E. and Mrs. Morrow's mother, Mrs. TRJPLE-CUSaONED New flexible roll-edge COMFORTprice., include many item of
seat cuehdllllr.ble: equipment.
B. D. Williams
without the McGauley.At spent the week-end
spread In
everybodyknows price on original weights.Dr. 'I this meeting Mrs Muriel with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kirk-

; Gratz says that most feed Norman and Mrs. John Hargraves man of Jasper. a SH TOOT rOBDDEAtZa

N I ers figure on buying feeder steersat were presentedwlth lovely birth- Mrs. J. T. Guy has had as recent TODATt

a fairly low price, feeding them day gifts. After delicious refreshments guests Miss Miriam Guy and t ?i

'., : 5ctnOT. : until they weigh considerable more of hot coffee and sandwiches Miss Harriet Benson who are attending -
r F. S. W. C. In Tallahassee
and then selling a fatter steer fora the crowd assembled on ,
iFlN. yJCOCACOLA higher price per pound than was the lawn and took pictures. The and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Noble

CO. paid for the feeder. Thus the next meeting will be held at the White, and Miss Olive Ray of

feeder makes a profit on the home of Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Starke. f ,

WE ARE !spread In price received for the Percy Moody of Palatka and week-end Miss Ophelia with Bryan spent the '
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS original weight of the steer, in addition Elder Tom Crawford of Cairo, Ga., tives in West Florida.Mr. and rela- '
I to any profit he makes on were visiting here Sunday. _
the added weight which his feed- and Mrs. Lester Kite of ;
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Starke attended
I CARPENTER'SThe ing has put on the steer. Church services
The Starke were visiting their parentsMr. here last Sunday.Mr. $ IQUIPMINI INCLUDID
manure produced the
Rexall Store and Mrs. E. M. Hazen, and and
Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand -
feeding operation gives an additional Mrs. John W JWnw/temt.....
Cone last
Mrs. W. P. Blrt
profit to the were shop-
SEE ME BErrOBE YOU WIRE I Quincy steers each produced feeder. The an I Miss Ida Lee Cone was visiting ping In Gainesville this week. IS THE DELIVERED PRICI IN DETROIT

Estimates Cheerfully average of 3 1-2 tons of manure, in Starke Monday afternoon. The convention of Christian SKL? Joe tile 60 hp Tud'or S e tma "' .*"* <*. d In-
Mr. and Mrs. RV.. all the follow '
Given worth not less than $4 per ton, Brannenand Churches of Bradford and Union opitni wbee1. tin and tube! "nd four boJmJ>eW P* l. FORD V 8
daughter Pauline of tighter a Twm clee
Lake av *
will ark home. .
during the 120 days. convene with the Dual wiodahle1d wipe a Ban vi Foot coatt'oI
E. A. Butler were visiting her fcr \
WINKLERRadio parents Hampton Church on January 28 beadliaht beam with iadieatoe oa 1Da.cnt paaeI.

and Electric Service ..11.... Mr. and Mrs. H. I>. Galney hereSunday. and 29. Dinner will be served on 60 B. P. 85 .. ..

COLDS the grounds.The .

666 lint day Mr. and Mrs Arle Taylor were ladles of the Baptist Church

PLUMBING Headachesand visiting In Palatka Tuesday of will sponsor a chicken

Prompt Service at Fever last week. day night Feb. 3, at supper the school Fri- J. W.
Reasonable Prices I.I.Bld Tabl.'a Im M _In.t_ Charles Hardy, Jr., of Winter Andrews Jr.STARKE
.. building.
IT*. MM Uropa .... t. Cold. Haven Serving will begin at
Let Me
Estimate Your Job spent last week-end here 6 o'clock, adults 25c, children 15c.

C. M. RITCH Try "Rub-My-Tlin.-A Liniment Wonderful I I Charles with his Hardy.parents, Mr. and Mrs. benefit.Proceeds will be used for Church .


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". rv i-heerful" I appointment that this must indeed I I

T .iupi.D Then von re not all "Unused be Captain Starkey. The man ;

,ma, unfcling as you seem" I II. swt-pt his hat off :' _Ln.l..IST -

'" ""' .-.- in- i.xughfd: then was serious' "How are ya, Mandy" he cried, H i \7 ,
I :: lIGHT t i iKuin "I want to ask you about: not noticing her dlHlIlu810nmE'nt I

,;:: r.4 "... '. (l umberh.nd! at the change in his appearance .

\l, ,.;; D 'no fAOM hIC I\oIUAofwd"'Y" MAYL A Ptv1t' j1 I I ilcn i know anything aboutit. "And you must be Susan! I :
n.AIN S : !he said. haven't seen you since you were I .
that !"
.. ) I-IA.LSE.Y I "But you're going there "Amanda high couldn't contain her- METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPALRev. CHRISTIAN

I you said something about ouslness Rev. U A. Shepherd Rev FrAnk Robinson Supplied by Fred Terkes Jr. Supt. Church School
self. "You've she said
ONE "I'm acting as both, Allan replied changed and Rector Lemmke Garrett
CHAPTER 'm going! there too That la, if Pastor Pastor Rev Dr. Mice
with deep feeling: "it's best don't think I'll in sharply. "What's happened to A. J. Thomas Supt.Sunday E. K. P.rryman, Rev. Dr. AdamsOrganist Sunday School Supt. Sunday Morning
you get
your Miss Ella J. Suese Sunday Schoel
morning sunlight we get started. I hate it, Blake. 1 you?" Oen. Superintendent
bright way His demeanor changed. Sunday School of Church !School' Mrs. E. M. Davis Organist 10 0'c10ckWorehlp
Learned radiantly in to the great feel that I might have checked "When you were a little gill you "Starkey stared. "What's the Morning 9:45: A.Service M. Church School Church School Supt. Mrs. James Services Carlyle 11 O'clockSun"ay Service

of Cantrell Manor. No sound you up sooner. I feel that I once asked me to kiss you but I matter with me?" he demanded. II A. M. Morning 10:A.Worship M. Roy Mathews Sunday School, E..nlnill'Service

all quiet of the beautl- might have put this house in you wouldn't do it this afternoon "Take a look at yourself." Baptist Training Service 11 A. M.nvenlng Church School 10 A. M. 7:30: P. 10(.
I t'1IIon. 6SO: )>. H.Kvenlng Worship 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed.nesday
Kansionor i the surrounding order. when we were so far ahead of the Starkey caught on. "Well, you Service Service T'SO: P. M. Morning Worship Mornlna___H A. M. evening ':3'tIN'
leaches< Maryland country- "I have felt 7:30 P. M. Young P ople's A. W.MISSION' Fridays .__7:30: P. M.
of the might so yesterday. 'liters What did I have: at fifteen don't look so good either he said 11
Prayer Meeting. Holy A. M.
League Days.-10
I Meetings
ide, It was, indeed much too Allan. But not today." that I haven't got now?" bluntly. "It's been twenty years Wednemlay. 7:10: P.M. 6.30: P. M.

la.cld for Aunt Amanda Griffith, "What changed you?" Allan "You had a lot less conceit! don't forget that." He turned and t Mrs. Mona Pianist Cunova Prayer Meeting ) ALLIANCE

n elderly New England spinster asked with a wry look. she replied quickly."I called: "Hey Puff, take these Choir Director Wednesday Mrs. F. H.7:30 Long P.M., HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored PresidentThe Rev. Frank
and wit were re- John II. PowellChairman ;
the hotel. To the
bags over to
tartness "Susan me a Organist and Choir Robinson
hose gave dressing won t keep much of that with Sponsors: by
own d. At the moment she was down. I realize that you couldn't around. Don't women he said: "I'll' be! with you Board of Deacons Director Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Vice President
window, tapping you ;your womanly J. F. Ktckllter Mrs. 13. K. P.rrynan.A."llItant J. T. QuIgleyEvangmiistio The Rev. Leslie
tancllllg' by the have staved this off Allan." Instincts clamor to reform me? In a moment. Go on inside to my Chairman Organist T. Quigley Service ShepherdSecretary.Tr.s.iurss

let foot impatiently. "What's a boy in your position I You know, what I need is office." Board of Trustees T. T. Long, Assistant Bible Study each i each Friday evening
It must be ex- I... 0. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening; 7:3C: 7:10: o'clock. The Re.,. Fred Yerkas
Aunt Amanda going to do after this? 1 "What you need is a good beatIng As they followed old Puff, a _._ -- -..-.----

laIned was hungry. "What can I do? Go West, I ," Susan snapped. She might man sidled up to Starkey.

f That was all; she was hungry. suppose to Cumberland." have known that Blake Cantrellwas "Arnold says you want to see GRAHAM High Ideas Urged MISSION HALL AND

lere it was almost noon and still Allan nodded. "Lots of opportunity light-headed that he could me and him," he murmured. Mrs. L C. Smith, Cor. By Local PastorA TAB1HINACLETuesday

U sign' of the company returningIfrom there. I could give you a not even be serious for more thana Starkey cast an apprehensive -
MI' and Mrs. E. Strickland and night the meeting was
hunt for the luxurl- letter to Colonel Webb. He
the fox was a few minutes about losing Can- glance after the women. "Can'ttalk
relatives in representative of worshipers held In the Tabernacle where F
children group
were visiting
had been friend of father's.
breakfast that pre- your He's head trell Manor. to xou now Crowder, I'll
fc.us). Starke over the weekend.Mrs. gathered last Sunday R.( Sacker, superintendent of the
under the of construction for the "
fashion Baltlmoieand fifteen
buffet He grinned at her confidently. see you In about minutes.!
ared. Annie K. Ward was visit- morning in the First Methodist Department of Correction New
Icareful guidance of faithful oldEnoch Ohio Railroad. "And I wouldn't mind giving it Frowning the captain made his
_. ... .,_u .. .. nhUU 'H ..._u __...ft_A ,,,_ _U,__, ...LI._ "'ftU. Ing her daughter. liIr Florrie Church for the public worship York City who was at the Halt
p ii> ii 11 wouia mane a man 01 flay IVVVUIU IUO VAAAUC *Ula VLAwasn't
"- : you McKinney in Starke Saturday conducted by the pastor the Rev. last week, was the speaker Mr.
'xflll "
you, she continued. I exactly, what he had wanted -
Robinson the and his boys
night. Frank. During George F. Tibbits
'Well, if I must have it, I choose But he did his best to assumea
. of his Mr. Robinson of Palms furnishedthe
P4 Mrs. Arthur Broughton returned course sermon from Camp
,, _ you to give It to me." He put his look of amiability as he openedthe
to her home Friday after urged his listeners to allow music. There was an unusually -
arms around her. "Such a spirited door. spending some time with her the worthwhile i Ideas of life to use large Tuesday night gathering

little filly!" he murmured. "I was kind of surprised whenI daughter Mrs. Roy Bowman In them; to avoid the error of allowing present to enjoy this meeting.
,: Susan was in a rage. "Let go heard two was a-coming,"
to become
Jacksonville. low Ideas a partof Mr. Backer used as his subjectthe

_____ _____ of me!" She wrenched herself free he said with a smile. "I wish I J. C. Watkins of the Ocala C. C. ourselves. Low ideas that do theme "Making a Choice." His

-I. snatched up the pitcher and started could take a little vacation trip..." C Camp was visiting his uncle take hold of some folk that were text was Joshua 24: IS, "And if

,____ .4 for the stairs. He followed. "We're not taking a vacation and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Berry mentioned during the sermon were it seem evil unto you to serve the

"Susan! Come back and let me trip. Captain Btarkey," Susan Dyal, over the week-end. those of selfishness and drunkenness Lord choose you this day whomye

3 tell you I'm sorry!" he called in said. "We're starting a tour of Bobby Surrency of Tampa was ; while service to God and to will serve: whether the gods
$ 1 j caressing tones. inspection." in our section Monday.Mr. our fellowmen were thoughts that which your fathers served that

q p _______ Susan turned savagely. "Yes," Amanda said firmly. and Mrs. Norman Johns of exemplified the high ideas that were on the other aide of the
I _______ '. "You're not In the least sorry. "For the last year the total gross and if allowed of the Amorites
*, Htilbronn: was visiting her mother come into can so flood or the gods ,
., ), You're just the same odious crea- revenue of the Bullet Line has Mrs. C. Fogg, Saturday.Mrs. : take possession of one's life. The In whose land ye dwell: but as for

. ; '.tj _ ture you always were" she said. been going down and the total operating C. J. Frazier attended evening service was a Union service -, me and my house we will serve

.- "A mocking egotistical spoiled expense has been going up. Field Day at the Starke school with the First Baptist Church, 'the Lord."
4 LIc -" -_ peacock who thinks he's irresistible And we're here to find out why."
at which time Methodists The pointed/ out the fact
Ic :. _ i-rlilay. Graham school was also many speaker
________ Starkey appeared indignant. on the program. joined In the worship service with that the power of choice was a
' Raising the pitcher she threw "Just take that pickles-and-onlon Violas Reynolds of Tampa was the Baptists and were spiritually character determinant. In order

the contents at him. He ducked look off your face Mandy and friends here elevated by the excellent sermon to choose person' has

_____ k :' to one side, but not enough, to escape I'll tell you why in one word. The visiting Monday. of .the Rev. L. A. Shepherd.- .10_ _reject_. '__ onethinJt ninny A ma .10. .uuv..._ 1ft tu
getting the bulk of it full in Railroad! You seen 'em buildin' I
Promissory notes, and retain Next Sunday morning the ser all our dealings. When' a man

; _1 I' the face it as you drove in." I. title notes at the Bradford County vice will be under the direction of buys a pair of 'shoes he selects

. "Oh that thing can't last!" Telegraph. the pastor and the guest preacherfor them first according to quality,

t /, CHAPTER TWO Amanda: sniffed. the day will be the Rev. Mr. then size and so on until he finds

; _ Cumberland's main street "I know It can't but right now Herbert Hazxard of Kingsley one that suits him But he leave

4 swarmed with traffic. Ox-carts it's competing with us for business wagons! We don't! Lake, who will use as his subject all the others in the store. Whena

mules saddle horses Conestoga clear back to Baltimore. Wages Is. "They" drive 'em but we furnish thatain't "Sowing and Reaping" man uses' his power of choice In

"Don'tyouTWOmanlyInitincU clamor to r- wagons and driving rigs all movedin out of sight and there Just aln t 'em Puff argued. "And" The evening/ service will be conducted spiritual matters he chooses _

{arm m .'" h crteA a choking cloud of dust. Frame no men to be had. I'd' hate to tell i fair to the company. by the pastor: congregational Christ and leaves the world be
. buildings dwellings saloons aIJIv you what I have to do Just to get "Fair to the company! Say, singing will be a part of hind. He cannot serve God and _

___ 1"I'd .___ .uiriei._,_. UUILVU'_.OA .uic.._ _BIICCL hAO, Ai.A "an v.,....,ahnAit,"J tit.v ,--J...rru ._. ......._.1.__.." built up the Bullet Line from nothing the service In which I he entire Mammon. The trouble with the

! the colored appreciate It,"' Blake nod- one end a sign proclaimed the "Well, we're a-going into it from to what it is now? And congregation! will join. using fam- world today Is tlTat the church _

s All this foolishness Amanda re- ded. Slowly he made h:
y i fleeted. Chasing a little fox from the center of the room and motioned Cumberland Construction Camp. we're six months a-doing it." ly percentage" of profits .Ironically latter part of the service will fcutuie and serve God, too. This la an _

1 early morning! For what? She for quiet. The guests look- Here was a beehive of activity as Starkey turned to Susan. "Does "Measly? Puff echoed I a beautiful Pageant directedby Impossible piece of spiritual jug-

! 1 wondered how Susan her niece ed up in surprise as he began to the Job of track laying went on. she really mean she want to ride Mrs. W. B. Sewell. The title glery. The Christian walk calls

. I was getting along with dashing speak. At the near end of the street all around over the whole line?" "And gettln' measlier and meas- of the pageant being "The VisIon" for a complete separation from

t I young Blake Cantrell to whom the "Ladles and gentlemen," he began I was the depot of the Bullet Line, "That's the general Idea," Sus- lier all been the cuttln'time since into our this businesS rallrOltd's -- ; and those taking part will be all things that hinder a child of

Manor! had passed not so long be- "may I interrupt you for a whose stage coaches supplied the an nodded. "I young people of the church. God from being a soul-winner. _

. fore. Not long before, yes but moment with a greeting and a ; main artery of travel between "Oh you don't want to do that!" Starkey roared. gotta Prayer meeting will be conducted Moses was blessed of God because __ _

she knew how badly everything' farewell at least as my guests. I I Cumberland and the rest of the Starkey exclaimed. "The idea of keep the line alive till this B. & I on Wednesday night ut which he made the right choice.

had been managed and wondered ,I For today, Cantrell Manor will country, Outside the station pas- gallivanting around like that! It's O._bubble_ ___..goes._ _bust.u___I.gotta._ : ._makeproiua ..n.! I time everyone Is cordially invitedto "Choosing rather to suffer an affliction ,

how long Blake could retain the pass out of my hands." j some iou LIIVIII wuiiicuIf nuu attend and worship for the period with the people of God.

I I property He was a fine boy, but A stir of surprise swept the r. I can make a few extra dollarsfor than of the service from 7:30 until than to enjoy the pleasures of sin '
Its no more
. as far as business was concerned Blake went on. : myself 8 o'clock.j The Choir meets for for a season: Esteeming the reproach
room. :i !" I
: right rehearsal on Thursday night at of Christ greater riches
"I asked you here today partly ) "Try Jingling them few extra
Blake Can- the Church and all members are than the treasures of Egypt: for
I Susan Griffith and
for the last hunt partly" he dollars when you're up there on
I urged to attend this Important he had respect unto the recom-
trell were distant cousins. Theyhadn.t self-consciously -- "to In' In the
end of swing
grinned I the a rope '
Heb. 11:
meeting. of the reward
. seen each other since Susanwore tract the flower of Baltimore I breeze!" Puff sneered pence
I Orphanage Sunday will be observed 25, 26. Therefore "Let everyone of
I pigtails. Now with Amanda County and more Importantly, the I "Aw, dry up and get out of my
j I in the Church School and you that nameth the name
and Susan enroute to Cumberland wealth of Baltimore County. to !"
( way the service and "
morning special Christ depart from Iniquity
on a business trip they had stop-
the auction sale of all you see about -
I envelopes have been provided for TAUKKNACLK
", ped over for a few days. For a A few moments later. Staikeyfaced
you. p' each one to contribute to this worthy Last Friday night Rev, Robinson .
; brief moment Amanda forgot the sat Arnold and Crowder In a
Amazed at first the guests cause. pastor of the Hampton Baptist .
gnawing sensation at the pit of used for storing
; dumbfounded but as soon as they' small cubbyhole
. her The prophet of old has said Church spoke to a large audi-
if .
stomache wondering ,
recovered from their surprise they .L harness. "Come ye and let us go up to the ence In the tabernacle. There wall

; well, stranger .things moved out onto the broad lawn .. "Well, Starkey? Got something House of God and He will teach quite a delegation of Hampton

and an auctioneer mounted an Improvised .. Interesting for us?" demanded Arnold UK of His ways and we will walk' people with him. A rousing musical
; Susan was more than holdingher heavier and swarthier of
stand. The sale moved the In His So
paths. we say to you program preceded the sermon.
own at the hunt. Alone of
along quickly for there was much I the two. "Come and worship with UH, and I Next Friday night there will be
all the company, she was able to turned to Puff. "Tell I'
Starkey '
that these guests found good a- let us join together In renderingour another program of Interest to
keep side by side with Blake mong the articles put up for sale. 'em what you seen," be. ordered. praises unto Almighty God." those who love the word of God :
who rode with the grace of a born Cantrell Puff addressed himself to Arnold '
Only once did Blake Plan to be there.
horseman, took the hazardous Interrupt and that was when the T "That last batch of slaves PKKHIiYTKIl: : CIIIJICCII

Jumps fearlessly, and followed the on for sale you was supposed to run into "The Book of Acts is a record NOTIC'K "
slaves being put
philosophy of laughing his way of the Pennsylvania eighteen of of the works of the Holy Spirit Notice l I. hereby given to all whom .
in the traditional manner It may concern that t have Had my
through life. old South. I II them, remember?" I acting through the Apostles whom I Final Accounting with the Honor
Aunt Amanda turned as old __ "Thev're now enlovlnflfreedom! Jesus selected and taucrht. th. I, uIi..Ix.K.! : ljerryrnnn.!.. County. .Judge
Enoch shuffled into 'the-'"' room. I "One minute!" he called "no I sengers waited. Clerks with pencils' unladylike! And It's dangerous! th--N ;." Arnold' aIn said. Rev: C.: C.:-Adams, supply' -'pastorat I I or aurora tin the 3rd<;ouny.01'1011 day of February, ,anawill A.

"What time do they have breakfast families\ to be broken Families up must! Those be In their teeth dashed madly about. Why them roads Is full of rob- "Are they? I seen three of the Presbyterian Church said I i Ailinlnlxtratrlx i.; 19311, auk for of'Klrial the Estate Uliu-harg o( lienJlinan as-

In this benighted country?" are my orders. I Hostlers leading a fresh relay of hers And Just look at all that them and they wasn't enjoying no In announcing his services for' hocking, dcreaned.llasel .

she demanded with asperity. sold as a whole I want no" one I horses made their appearance.The stuff! you're wearing. You'd stand freedom. Nor were they headed Sunday. Theme of the morning Hocking HueHeman.AdmlnlMtratrlx.. .

"Soon's Mlstah Blake returns separated from his relatives! Bullet Line was on time.A out like a crow In a cornfield!" North. They was headed South!" service will be "Testimony and j Jan. *. 13. 19, if.

from the hunt. Miss Amanda," Old Enoch looked utterly dejected As the coach came into sight the Just then Puff entered and announced Puff said.Starkey. Martyrdom." Sunday school will

Enoch said placatlngly. as he stood quietly watchIng 'passengers nodded with satisfac that the rooms at the spoke up. "Stead of be held at 10 o'clock. A. REAL LINIMENT

An instant later sounds of the while a sharp-eyed country tion. On time And the railroad? hotel were all resdy for the visi them slaves getting their free- I For fifty* Ballard'.Snow Liniment

returning hunting party could be I squire successfully bid for him and I nowhere in sight yet. tors. Susan paused to whisper to dom by this here underground NOTICE OF THANKS has been years the favorite for easing the

heard, soon the company troopedIn his wife and children. I On board the coach were Susan Starkey as Amanda started for system you say you've got they I' We want to thank all of our I muscles made sore by over.work or tOl

to partake of fried chicken and Susan watched as long as she Griffith and Aunt Amanda. The the door. are on their way to New Orleans. kind friends for their wonderful much exertion: strains, sprains, anV
Maryland could but the sight of humans being sold them down the expressions of sympathy duringthe bruises. Get a 30c or 60c bottle and
biscuits, attended by a ; latter was beaming as she realized "Don't let Amanda rile you too Somebody
half 3ozen sold like cattle was too much river for plenty of mon< y. Thatwouldn't illness and at the death of keep It handv.CARPENTER'S.
Negro slaves. Amanda : they had beaten the train for much. The Bullet Line is mostly
happily attacked her food. for her. She hurried to her room Amanda and Susan unknown to mine you know" she said with a by any chance be you our husband father and brother. DRUG STORK

Blake had taken a seat next to with sinking heart. Blake Cantrell (who had never smile would it?" he asked with dangerout Mrs. Frank Hoover ,

her, and to his left sat Susan. even bothered to inquire the nat- When left Starkey smashed slowness Don Hoover
"You and Later when evening had fallen Arnold seemed shocked. "Thisis J. C. Hoover.
Susan should have business In Cumber-
ure of their his hat down on the floor furi .
Come" from Boston by the steam Enoch hovered over Blake as he land) were the owners of the Bullet the first I've heard of It." He -. '

railroad Instead of by stagecoach sat in the great hall smoking a Line. The Cumberland end ously."Haven.t turned to Crowder. "What do you PINE l EI'El11'1'1. .

," Blake said. "It must have pipe. was managed for them by a I got enough fool on my a- know at ,ut this?" he asked \ II. M. llcltae CorrespondentMrs.
without having to
been a tiring Journey." "Go to bed, Enoch Blake urg- gentleman named mind sharply. Tju1cYou
rough-and-ready round with a pair of women, he Crowder Carl Edmond.ion of Tber-
Amanda "Not thing
snorted. "Steam rail. ed gently. Starkey. Susan had list- a
road! Those contraptions are Just Enoch shook his head. "I got a ened Captain to Amanda's stories of the snarled to Puff. "Open them wind-smell mustering a look of innocence."Of esna spent the week-end1 here with

an invention heaviness Inside me like I'se totin' ows! Let some of cologne course. Captain," Arnold her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
of the devil! They the hour.
aln't safe!" around a millstone." he said. "I captain by out!" lie picked up his hat and said "If these slaves ran away and Mrs. H. R Crosby.We .

"It's the modern raised you Mistah Blake. You andI "How long since "you've seen started for a door at the rear of some outlaw slave trader like this are glad to report that Mrs.
to travel.
''I wouldn't ride way on of the I want to be with you." this dashing man she asked. his office. "Come on in here I Morgan may have picked V. A. Browning Is Improving after
dang one Enoch." Blake "Are you excited? want you to tell Arnold and them several week's Illness.
things "I'll miss you up.
replied contemptuously said earnestly. "But It can't be Amanda fussily adjusted her Crowder what you seen. "Morgan! Morgan!" Starkey Mr. and Mrn. H. M. McRae and can.t

that "Hauling people behind helped. Now off to bed with you." bonnet and poked at her curls. Puff didn't move. "You know said Impatiently. "That's all you daughter, Odessa and Mr. and
tea-kettle on wheels! Blake 1 ,"' "Don't be silly! The very Idea! for you won't ain't Mrs. B. M. McRae and children
Mark my words "Good night Mlstah what's good you hear Is Morgan! Why nobodyever
The reibuildashes
Whole thing' young man. Enoch said. "I I wouldn't care she exclaimed. have no more to do with Arnold seen him!" were visiting relatives at Waldo :

It'll all a promotion" scheme! If tomorrow never never "Well, I am! After the romatlc and Crowder," he said warningly. "Well," Arnold said calmly, "a Sunday.
tales ." Mrs. G. W. Doan of Sampson: with
At that "Why not? man In the habit of stealing slaves

appealing moment man stopped a tall,at sober-the come.For a long while Blake sat star I "You needn't said defensively.poke fun Susan"WhenI "This thing of running slaves Is and selling them lUegally City was visiting Mrs. H M. Mc- !

table. ing into the semi-darkness. Then Amanda bad medicine," Puff said shaking and cutting their throats when he Rae Friday.

"May I disturbe suddenly he sensed another presence -I was a young girl, Starkey handling his head. "And it don't make no can't sell them and having a Mr and Mrs. O. J. Jackson and
you. Blake ? a coach and six was some little Ronald were visiting relatives
to son
"Yes, Allan." Blake in the room. He looked up sense them Abolitionists paying ten thousand dollar price on his INSURE WITH
i rose, excusing standing. there. In her thing to look at. to free slaves they aIn'tnever head you wouldn't expect him at Starke Sunday
hlmse1'. and followed Allan see Susan rolled to a stop In money
As the Little Harley Newman of Gum ANDWAINWRIGHT
to the far an empty pitcher. seen." to wear a sign reading 'I'm Morgan JOHNS
end of hand was watch
the room. front of the depot. Susan Branch visiting relatives here
down to get a would ? He leaned for. was
1 hate to ask my old friend to "I I camo uncouth sloppilydressed "It alnt my money. but It's my you
Amanda ed a big, about this next Friday. I
be for Aunt law ward. "Now. how
my lawyer today" Blake said pitcher of water forward. His face akin. With this fugitive slave
man stepped :Miss Dorthea Norman of Gum
With a said. sooner or lateryou're consignment ? he asked. I PhONE ISI
faint mlle- "But since J she down." broke into a wide grin as he saw they passed I Branch spent Wednesday night
work fast!
find come to
It necessary to sell everything; "I hoped you'd "My last Amanda. Glancing at her aunt going to get it! To be continued I with Miss Odessa McRae. I .__,-._....-- --- _.- .3
to chair
settle the drew up a "How Arnold' men drive them ( .
Blake dli-
family debts, it might Iln' Susan saw from the look of
.3 well be you." evening in the old homestead


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: Bradford County Telegraph THE POCKETBOOK ROAD CLOSING -- -,.'.' ', ......- I IS BRIEF

Established 1877 (Continued from Page One) A brief term ot _',
Lo/KN0wLtDCE Mot wax held here Tue a.1, .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TpPSrAfMeWi.D 113 Stern's just south Garage of the, located big sign on marking Road- from 9 until 12 o'clock .....y JII:.

the Post Office at Starke Florida E. K. Perryman :
Mailer at the detour, stated that their presiding
.. OWNING AuTOMDBILEf ''N 7H 7U.5. Only one case was '
65 tourist business was ruined "Be 1(0 tbc.t.
'011'10 YEAR ACC Ne"lro AAoSuTRPZuno9 Jack Foster, negro ot > .
2 closed W. A.
MEM.BER 1 # JCCNSU9' SURvEy fore the road was .etnerr
*, charged with '
/ I Stern, veteran garageman, said, cajryiruweapons. 'once
IARInAPRESs ASSOCIATION "I sold 175 to 200 gallons cf gaso- The jury I,'p.tUl1ItIC i

\ ) I 1 line dally to tourists. Since the riy verdict of "guilty" bu seats

9otcaad ?loeisaSL' ; -i-iii------ p \ road was closed over a week ago a was not pronounced u, 'tj,,

I have sold exactly 8 gallon of r df 5 D will probably be appealed Jilt

E. L. Matthews_Editor and Owner gas to touris ts," Perryman said. Conviction"

-- --- -- -- .-.-. -- -- Edwards' Service Station, also f this offence carries a fine of i;]
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I located at the road 13-28 junction or six months in Jail or bott

J Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I declared "The closing of Road 13 The next term of court,
= hasn't hurt our business yet. The probably be held nex> Iuly, '
e: Advertising Rates on Application
il, I days recently have been the best Judge stated.

since we have been in business + -.- .-

The best piece of good news in a long, long time for the I ll ria James Patray owner of the Mag- American Den
of the
lf nolia Cafe Call Street, when p Lewis 52
on ,
lfilll( janitor
people of Bradford County came this week in the form of an 6 rp_ had proved tal Association are agreed that the at
II Lll u. asked if the closing Brooker school, died ThurSday
announcement that the State Farmers' Market here will be detrimental to his restaurant, most Important times In a child'slife noon following a brief illness.

operated ABSOLUTELY FREE for the use of buyers and TAXES( PAID Sy 1 tML answered "Not yet. I expect seri- to see a dentist are at the Besides his widow, he it
I ISO 1EAPIN6 in February. ages of 3, 6, 9 and 12. Miss Betty
ous effects, though, vlved by a daughter, Mrs. W
d" sellers during the approaching season. CORPORATION* this
Roberts dental hygienist, uses
when returning
LAST YEAR +- March and April Baxter of Jacksonville! a
Surely now the last obstacle has been removed and the ANVOONTEP TO tourists will be diretced North by method to impress the dental Ovid Lewis of Brooker n|
market here can go ahead without further hinderance and .O* t0fn THAKTiwcr Levi RFFAPt 5Dy'CNRK1bW: fRA. other routes" healthism on four youngsters. brothers, E. J.'Lewis, L R kI
S'). TN rAMOUNT NAPA &t'Df %' 7M W. E. Bryant proprietor otBryant.s and J. W. Lewis
% N' r6 t4Mi ) ; and six ala
become the grand success and the boon to Bradford County 195Z. AQ )IN ....l!..!...-,-e / Cafe on Call Street stat SAM NICHOLS DIESSam Mrs. Mary Thomas, Mrs N, j

that it rightfully should be. fw ed that the closing of the road "Is Nichols, well-kaown char- Stokes, Mrs. Horace Stokes,, |

ruining my business; I know be- acter-about-town aid familiar fIg- of Brooker Mrs. Gene SUr
No commission or percentage will be charged anyone for !!:
cause I have checked my records ure in the court house and other of Starke, Mrs Olie Andenj!
the use of facilities. The operating expenses will be met of the past few days against the haunts, died Monday morning at Lake Butler and Mrs. OWe B

by revenue derived from the rent of space to restaurants, records of the same days last 5:30: o'clock in his home just north- ter of Lake City.

Trade has fallen off 25 per west of town. He was 76 yearsof
filling stations, and ohter concessions. year. Funeral services will be I
cent so far and I expect businessto age'
from the Brooker
o With a free market almost in his own backyard it is inconceivable school hour

get worse as time goes on. Mr. Nichols was born in Clay 3 o'clock this afternoon (Frldi

that any Bradford farmer will choose to haul The Courthouse Lunch at Courton County but had lived around and interment will be III N

his produce to Jacksonville entailing additional for KOwiD BOAT* ARC CHIP N NATIVC IN DNOIAA. MOMUMtFKT fRfCW ID Till Call Street, reports no decline Starke for many years being en- Hope Cemetery.
expense U1IP w* e j TMYtMM* o* ef5P1 A4 J.L VfAND B* CORMBllA.
the ill effects -
so far "But we expect off and in and
V Iv OAStr.ut.:JMBV eovrree wsTr Wai' W. GlOrafM" gaged on farming .
gasoline and truck depreciation, to say nothing of much ,
/woo ver will come as soon as knowledge sharecropping. In recent years
di annoying waste of time. of the detour becomes general Vila health- hAd prevented any hard-
said.. -hl--p--"rt; dhe- HERE SUNDtt
l the
work on picked up
We congratulate directors of the local market in offeringthis AVERY POWELL
The Torode Chevrolet Companyand odd change by digging and selling -
great service to the farmers of our county with abso- VOTE ON COTTONIn DIED THIS WEEK service station opposite the flshbait. (Continued from Page On! j

lutely no expense. We believe their efforts will be crowned courthouse stated "Our service Survivors are his wicsow! Mary ed out to be! Stranded In
(Continued From Page One) station business is off only a lit- Johnson Nichols; four daughters
with success and that the market here will now go forward futberance of his one-man strange town without so muck

with a singleness of purpose, placing it eventually among campaign In behalf of another paper at Lake Butler In Union tle so far Mrs Doc. Yates Starke; Mrs. a dime for Coca-Cola anders CJ'\(
Servlc'Station Dave Crawford Starke Mrs. Bun-
vote on marketing quotas for the bounty, and later established the Beasley'a opposite Just wait until we get hot t
the most successful in the State.
Baker County Standard at Mac- the courthouse at the cor- yan McNeal of Vero Beach; Mrs. those two men!

T1 0j 1939 flue-cured tobacco crop J. clenny. He edited and publishedthe ner of Temple and Call Streets, Jack Padgett of Maxvllle. and one What seemed,rather a good
P. Humprey tobacco grower of said "A off In son, Johnnie Nichols of Starke
number of sharp falling gasoline
TO HE READ AND REMEMBERED latter for a years at first faded into no lau,
Proctorvllle N. C., was a visitor Jacksonville.His business Is noticed but we at- -
,v before moving to matter as the hours rolled by
Urging everyone, farmers, and businessmen alike to sup- tribute this partially to the cut. Miss
Gainey ResignsOne
in this section recently. poignant paragraphs and still no husbands appealed
port our market by action and boost it by word of mouth throat gas prices some local deal-
in the I know off for
Pointing out that in the Decem- timely editorials appearing they didryt go We:
p reminds us of a few paragraphs printed recently in an Okla- ber 10 referendum more than half Macclenny paper,. began to draw ers have instituted. of the Telegraph's most key, because they simply IK
Dad Pender Just north of Beasley's -
homa paper. Here they are: of the growers favored Imposition considerable comment from the valued correspondents. Miss Vera drinking men," one of the w.
had different to tell.
of marketing quotas under the state press, and excerpts from his 'a story Gainey of Brooker, tendered her kept insisting. Her comp]
"Business Is better he proclaimed. -
i My Home Town Federal Agriculture Adjustment column were reproduced in many resignation this week because she more of "the nervous type" big
"I believe that when people in
Act but the affirmative vote did papers causing him to become leaves soon to enter the NYA to have visions of a gun

"My town is the place where my home is founded ; where not reach two-thirds required by known as "the sage of Macclenny," the late afternoon or at night training school at Camp Roosevelt into her husband's. ribs while\
come to the detour sign they will
It is with that
law the North Carolina declared deep regret cold voice of a highway
my vote is cast; where my children are educated; where my : grower A Varied Career stop In Starke Instead of going on, we accept the resignation as Miss repeated with dreadful monotaj

neighbors dwell, and where my life is chiefly lived. It is the "Without marketing quotas. Mr.wide PoweU's'early range of occupations life covereda and as they" otherwise would have Gainey has done exceptionallygood "Drive on! Drive on! Drive on!'
4' + home spot for me. there threatens to be such an extension -I experiences before entering the work in reporting happen- Mr. Register eager to do eve
i J. L. Anderson, proprietor of the ings In and around Brooker. In to his unwlll.
possible put
of the 1939 that no profession Musically
crop newspaper
town the
"My right to civic
my It.supports Temple Garage on Temple Avenue, the future correspondence from
one will make gifted. In his days he guests at ease, drove all over Ie
any money.
me and I support it. My town wants my citizenship, not my traveled for a season younger with a circusas reported business as "better" since there will be written by Mrs. L L. several times, but nowhere co
The tall North Carolina farmer
the road closed. "I have sold Parker, and the
more will
partisanship; my friendliness, not my dissention.;, my ,sympathy who said he had spent his life a member of the band. How- be found two elderly gentle
in the several than
gas past days appreciate residents of Brooker 'a
with Torpnto Canada license!
not criticism ; intelligence not growing the weed stated that he ever, he soon tired of the noise
my ,my my jndifference. usual, he said. "None of us this giving the same cooperation to the on their automobile.
of1 the
My town supplies me with protection, trade, friends, plans to carry his appeal before the and neverending'onenight confusion "big top"stops and, side of the detour sign would be new correspondent as they did to In the meanwhile, the won
I education, schools, churches, and the right to free moral of the tobacco."far-sighted""I am Florida paying growers own and he left the; sliow. When a effected If they would take down the former one, had sensibly decided to sit, P'ly
my the sign they have put up at Bald-
In front of the
citizenship."It bills," he declared as he explainedthat young man in Starke he workedon visible gars
the construction of the Sea- win. Garage at the junction of Roads Along about the middle of the'
It Is his to
plan arouse sen
+ has some things that are better than others; the best timent among the farmers them- board's Wannee! branch, familiarly Mrs. Maude Mott, proprietress 13 and 48 declared his gasoline ernoon a passing automobile bed

f? things I should seek to make better; the worst ,things I selves rather than appealing firstto known 'as "Peggy." It was at of Maude's Lunch Room and Ser- business to be off one-third since and the driver called out "A

should to this time that he lost the sight of vice Station on Temple Avenue the road was closed. "My garage you ladies lost?"'
i help suppress. Take it all in all, it is my town, and Washington.He
from dur- said business "is better than usual. business is as good as ever "No. But we've lost two
is entitled to the best there is in me." I expressed the hope of being ing one eye pile-driving a flying operations splinter at the I haven't any complaint to make." though," he said. men," replied one of the won

fi t Simple truths-facts we all know-and yet how easy they able a to new arouse vote sufficient that sentimentfor will Sampson Lake trestle Leon Alvarez manager of Alvarez's The Green Glow Service Station who was getting. pretty irrlu
growers Service Station located on also at the intersection of Roads by that
t are to forget. How often we overlook the things our town make their wishes known to their In his later years he took to Temple at Sanderson Road says 13 and 48 says "Gas business is The new time.arrival turned out

has done for us and lose sight of the fact that it would do a congressmen. Humphreys asserted writing" music. and he composed that the closing of 13 "has hurt a off a lot-It's just about hit bot be the bearer of glad tidings

great deal more if we would only forget its faults and con- that referendum he not only but amendments wishes another to "Dad Bicycle and," "My which Sweetheart were hits.Ridesa He lot. A good bit of my truck busi- tom." (The Inquiring reporter reminded told the women exactly *
ness doesn't Starke them that the bottom could
come through
they could find their husbands
centrate our efforts on the full development o fits i a d the Farm Act which will allow a wrote a number of other songs. out .
at all. I admit that drop )
now we need In a very short while Mr R'f
s I vantages. simple majority to impose the He contributed witty paragraphs the road fixed need It badly butI Halle's Cabins Restaurant ter had them bundled Into andcar

g Most of us today lead fairly busy lives. We are limited quotas the belief instead that such of two-thirds a method in lethe and to nationally was frequent known contri-magazines believe they can do the work Service Station Trailer Park at and was headed in that dI,-

y to only a few minutes every day in which to do the things "democratic way," butor to the old Life Magazine without closing the road or at the northern city limits on Road tlon.
least do It in the summer when It 13 reported "Our business is fine. It was a happy reunion there
1 not absolutely pertaining to our own private affairs. If we Many growers be added who which often used as much as a wouldn't effect business so much." Monday night we had to turn a- the highway near Waldo. Eperatlon
column of Mr. Powell's clever
k, spend these few precious moments knocking and complaining voted against quotas are becoming Ings in one IS8ue.Prlnwr'lJ say- Managers of the Shell Station way 14 persons due to lack of as is always true

and throwing cold water on every proposition that is advanced alarmed at Indications of a great Devil Days and restaurant on Temple Avenue room." such cases quickly vanished, '
Increase in, the
1939 crop and said "according to our cash regis Mrs. Albert Hartman, the top
manager ailing automobile was
D, in the hope of bettering our community, then natur- would If Describing his Initiation into the
support quotas. given another ter figures, business is off very of the Spotlight near the same back to Starke It was repat

ally we will have no time at all to accomplish anything con- chance. newspaper the turn of the fraternity Century,back Mr Powell before much" location, said the closing of the before dark but by that time'

structive or worthwhile.Let wrote the following article for the Keen's Service Station and road "has hurt our business some." travelers were In such good SP"
BERRIES store Just north of the Alvarez An outstanding bright spot and found Starke much to U
us not forget the great debt we owe to the communityin sixtieth anniversary edition of the so
Service Station said "We haven't however came from Jailor Ben liking'that they decided to sf'

which we live and let's not be so shortsighted as to attempt HELD BACKDue Telegraph As well October as I can 29,rightly 1937: (or noticed much effect, either way, Rowe, who reported "Business Is the night and tackle that trout

to repay this debt with the wooden nickles of idle to the recent cool weather wrongly) remember. I plunged into as yet." fine just fine. One day last weekwe some detour early :Monday m
E. H. Smith owner of Smith's had five fellows locked up all
criticism. the mystics, pf the "art preservative" Ing.The
strawberry shipments have fallen at one time." wi l
on the mechanical staffof crank in point that causes
the hands of the assist-
o off to an average of 60 crates per the Bradford A. B. Williams, proprietor of spread discussion here, how

l' ROAD 13 AND A PROMISE day at the local platform. Fann about forty-five County years ago.C.Telegraph. would ant engineer.place another The chief paper engineer on the the Magnolia Hotel on Walnut at is why such prolonged silence if

"You can tell the people of Bradford County that the com ers received around $3.60 per crate Webb, Prop., Ed-ln-Chlef, Ad Solic- flap, slap it down on the Inked Jefferson affected stated "the closing "has two women on the back seat of

pletion of Road 13 between Baldwin and Callahan will be for the 360 crates of berries an itor collector &.: "fact factotum;" forms turn a crank roll It under Management me some.of automobile failed to arouse ft\

the first official act of my administration." Those words, in estimated return of $1,296 for the H E. Lagergren foreman of the the "big crush," tighten muscles reported little or the no Starke difference Hotel In osity other sooner of the causing one to or to
composing chief of gentlemen
room engineer pull a big wooden lever, and
effect, constituted a last-minute promise by Governor Cone week. the O. W. handpress and boss of --another Telegraph was presto born. business, since the widelydisputedevent back and discover the error It'

relayed through his campaign managers here, just before Shippers expressed the belief the hired help which consisted of This process was repeated for a- before Waldo was reachedBRADFORD .

the second primary in June, 1936. The message was tele- that middle shipments of until after the one Inky-faced dirty-handed kid- bout nine hundred times and finally
February would con wound COUNTY SCHOOL BUSSES
graphed to Starke, reprinted in handbill form, and distributed tinue at about the same level. me.Boys, no klddln', "them wuz the the afternoon.up about two o'clockIn TRA VEL 89J25 MILES EVERY YEA JisBJ

w throughout the county. Prices were expected to remain days" us paragraphers have been Then came the folding, writing )

Almost three years have elapsed since those,words were ten approximately cents per pint.the same, about blatant snortin about during these days of addresses on the margin of the pa- Bradford 'County school busses -chased by the counties during I

w written. Many official acts have passed .under the{ bridge and So far this month 1,411 crates still radios crazier crazy drivers.automobilesand My chief per, In placing bundles towns addressed and communities to the I will travel a combined distance year. A study of the report >&<''

still Road 13 between, Baldwin and Callahan remains in its of strawberries have been shipped "dish" on the Tel,during those respective postoffices doing up equal to more than three times 'around that in a majority of cases

unfinished $tate. Every plea from towns along this important from the local platform It Is estimated halcyon days was defined by the the "single wraps" filling of a the world In carrying child. counties which have purcha'their "*

highway -receives the same answer in Tallahassee: "The foreman about as follows: "Down large clothes basket with the result ren to school this year. They will more own busses operate than coUll'whlcb '
-- nt eight a. m.. wash pan with a hole 1 and a trip to the go 89,325 miles In providing dally economically
Road Department does not have sufficient funds at this Gradually strengthening in it full of long primer and I for mailing. The paste used in service for 1,022 pupils. contract for use of prl''II l<

'I time." Th ?merfis'lr{ demerits of this argument we will not brought Increased cheer to prices the brevier, pied plentifully and per-I sticking the wraps had an odor of I The figures are obtained from owned The vehicles. total cost i"

attempt"' discuss......:we only know that the missing link of Plant City strawberry market this fectly.the I'd sit in a corner its own Every old-time printer the annual transportation report cents for average each mile of bus tri\
week as number way of the tobacco spit and, has "odored' It, and none des- submitted to the State
Road 13- is still, unfinished, and there are still a few old- one fruit commanded with an can Superintendent The cost per pupil averages
il '' l a top price of 12 1-2 centsat job stick, pick cribe It.Type Colin English by County Superintendent
rashione that point Monday. Average were lifted up In a A. J. Griff. More 23 f
whether it be made in the heat of a campaign or not. ; price paid for berries there during kind and font. After the stick drain In a window a strong solution than 50 facts about each bus and populated counties and

I A conference .of' state-wide organizations will be held at I the puntveek has been 11 1-2 was filled I'd cavort all over the of lye was poured over them driver are shown In the report. a populated day in counties.the six most spar

Tampa on February 9 for the purpose of discussing a "Fed- cents office and there pulling and out place type cases the here conglomeration few they buckets were washed of with a brush a Combined reports from all counties During the past 15 years b"*

eral-State survey of Florida's road system and its future i! Cool the weather volume last week curtailed of leaden pellets Into over them to rinse water them was off poured and than last 74.000 year Florida revealed that more have been changed from wow
from Plant children and
City were
__ needs." Since Road 13 is a Federal aid road and one of the and the season's total now standsat their respective boxes in the type- they were left to dry and later served dally at public expense by safety number steel of construction car
case passengers
ti ; most important lines of travel into Florida we think it highly 3,139,836 pints for which growers early the Friday force morning- Mr. bright Lagergrenand and were unlocked carried back to the stone 1,427 school busses. The busses dally has increased from 11.9-
I and
_ important that a good delegation from towns along the route'. have received an estimated I. would get ready for the bigeventpress In "dead matter"picked travel a combined distance of 52- 74,000 There has been no
_ return of $$371.103. Shipments up generous flstful's and 000 miles every day-31.000 miles crease In the average cost 1
be at the day. The chief
present Tampa meeting to advocate its completion. from there through the same date en redistributed for another week's over surfaced roads 17,000 over pupil.
I We that the last gineer's job would be to pour a- setting type for the ,
suggest local Chamber of Commerce contact year had totalled only slightly bout a half pint of oil In the runs to the paper. That dirt grades and 4,000 over un There are 27 busses (In IIredCounty
more than a million of my recollection was trails.FJorlda's .
graded lalr
aimiliar organizations in towns from Fernandina to Ft. pints. where the carriage of the O. W. the "modus of which 12 are of

Myers in an effort to induce friends of Road 13 to speak up The thermometer dropped as slid back and forth from a com- ing of an Issue operendl"of the of the Bradford mak- 67 counties had $970- all-steel construction. Six are *

? in its behalf. low as 28 1-2 degrees at Plant position roller between two large County 000 Invested In transportation eU by the county. The total

___1.. City last Friday wooden rollers propelled with a 1832 Telegraph around about equipment last year of which crating cost to the county U

$225,000 was in new busses pur- ported as $1,411 per month.PAGE .

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