Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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tablished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 75c-Paysble in Advance E. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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RMERS (GET; Bradford County Strawberries : INTERESTIN R E A ExtensionTo


A Serve 60 MoreNew


Line 'Will Extend Twenty-Two Miles

[ound $600 Distributedo Meeting At Court House From Brooker Through New River

Sea Island Cotton Last 'Week 'Was 'Well To Ileilbronn SpringsGood

Growers Here AttendedThat
news for sixty-five prospective consumers along:

Imost $600 has Just been paid twenty-two miles of proposed Rural Electrification power ;
there Is still considerable
1 around' 80 Bradford County w interest in the of Sea line in this county came Wednesday in a telegram from f:
Washington D. C. announcing governmental approval of I
liners, representing adjustment Island cotton in this county was ,
1937 Sea Islandton $162,000.00 for the Clay Electric Association
ments on the evidenced by the good attendanceat Cooperative 'j
crop. County Agent T. K. r a meeting held in the court providing for the extension of 182 miles of line to its pres-

Cane announced yesterday. house here last Friday afternoonat ent system. The new projectwill il

fin total Is approximately two- 2:30: o'clock. serve 650 consumers in 1
Irds of the amount which will FAMILY SAFEAS Columbia i
Alachua Putnam
Growers met at the request of I
pntually come to the county It's straw berry' County Agent T. K. McClane to Marion, Volusia, Union, Levy,

m this source. mulching time i In hear various authorities discuss TRAIN and Bradford Counties.

he: Price Adjustment Payment Bradford County and e4ti 1L k E j production problems and possib- The extended REA line In this

ousts to 3c per pound on a- by the! end of the pities of this important crop. county will serve farm homes In

bnd 35 percent of the cotton week almost every William L. Wilson director of SMASHES AUTONear a curved line from Ilrooker,

duced in 1937. plant In this area will State Farmers' Markets, presidedover through New River and on into

L\ few producers have not yet De snuggled in its new spring outfit of pine needles and wire grass. The two scenes shown here come the meeting and remarkedthat the neighborhood of Ileilbronn

ned applications for their pay- from widely separated parts of the county. At right, negro workers are shown scattering the mulching In a season of good weather con- Springs. Consumers are already
f nt and they are urged to do so a fine field S. with his back to Tragic Accident being served along a line enter-
belonging to J. Shuford at Lawtey. Mr. Shuford stands In the foreground ditions has not been experiencedsince

[ once so .that their checks can the camera. At upper left Tommy Cason shows how the berry plant is "pulled through" after the efforts to revive the Sea Is- On Lawtey Crossing ing the county near Graham and

procured.r. McClane stated that this mulching has been thrown on top. This scene was taken at the field of O. C. Cason on Road 28 westof land Industry were started and ThursdayDeserting extending to, and Including Brooker. -
which has attracted of the finest that consequently .the has This line was provided for In
lymcul Is not to be confused with Starke a great amount of attention this season, being one looking crop
lp Soil Conservation payment; patches ever seen In this section. Contrary to the belief of many uninitiated, mulching Is not placed not had a fair trial. He predicted their automobile whenIt the early allotment to the Clay

pica should arrive here around around the berry plants to protect them from cold but rather to minimize damage to fruit from spring a bright future for Sea Island stalled on a Lawtey railroad Cooperative.
March rains. stating that there Is no com- crossing In front of the Seaboard's Among those who will be serv-
latter part of for farm-
petition for this variety of cotton "Southern State's Special" at ed on the next extension are: L..
participating in the Agrlcul-
since Egyptian 'Cotton Is selling 8:30: o'clock Thursday morning L. Johns G. O. Mizell, Mrs. D. W

j-al Conservation. Program. PUBLIC AGAIN WARNED ASPRAYING' from 24 c per pound while Sea Is- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and their Kelly, Eustis Kelly, A. B. Sur-

BARRICADESTO land is bringing 31c. Mr. Wilson children escaped with their lives rency, G. W. Andrews, R. A.

1 ROTARY HEARS BE MOVED displayed a shirt manufactured but saw their car dragged for the Green (tenant house), R. S, Johns
CCC CHAPLAINCapt. from long staple cotton and which distance of half a mile before the M. L. Johns M. F. Wiggins, New

Barricade on Road IS will was almost as fine In appearanceas train came to a halt amid the River School J. L. Johns, Oscar

H. L. Drlskell, chaplain for apparently the same ones who stole money from lx moved three miles south of silk. wreckage. Crosby, M..s. Jessie Lazonby, R,

rida Sub District Four of the two Kingsley Lake homes last week, are still at large in this Starke and traffic will bt rout John Camp, assistant agronomist Falling to see the train In the J. Turner, S. L. Crews E. C.

jjvllian Conservation Corps, gave area, adding two more victims to their list during the week. ed over the hardsurfared road at the Florida Experiment distance the Kellys started across Priest, Ida J. Merritt, Chester

( highly illuminating talk to the The Telegraph repeats its warning of last week: Do not let through Itrooker, I..aC'rosHe sad Station in Gainesville, spoke fora the railroad track and were not Moody, Pledger Johns C. C. Butler -
Club here to few minutes on cotton fertiliz- greatly alarmed when their automobile Nettles farm, H. L. Johns
tary Wednesday one any stranger enter your home under pretext of wishing "to Into Gainesville, according a
various phases of the lives of with you" or for the purpose of "blessing" your moneyor message received' here 'tills ers particularly recommending stalled astride the rails. As Emery!: Johns, Sam Whitehead W.
ie pray magnesium and luck would have It, however, the M. Hollingsworth, Vanderb lit
young men In these camps. fortune. To week by Col. D. E. Knight; fromJ. potash.
telling your car's self-starter stuck and all efforts Church, Vanderbilt School Frank
The speaker' stated, that the the surest II. Dowllng, state highway W. T. Nettles, Extension Service
do so is practically BIRTHDAY BALLA by Mr. Kelly to crank It Norman Mrs. J. C. Alvarez Russell -
are not only given valuable engineer district agent for this area,
pys way possible of getting rid of Norman, F. M. Norman, Levy
were In vain. It was then that
IS between Starke andGiilncavlllo led discussion
Road a the
struction that will help them tom SUCCESSThe on culture of
your money without anythingin been marked"cloned" Sea Island cotton the white smoke of the approachIng Norman R. M. Alvarez, O. R. Al-
a living when they become) halt concerning the
Itvate citizens .again but the return except a lot of sad largest crowd ever to at- since January 18, with amount of seed dates of planting, train was first sighted. The varez, Rodman Reddish Herman

|llgious side of their lives Is also experience. tend a Birthday Ball In Starke traffic being routed around by types of soil spacing, and methodsof wheels of the ,car were also lock- Thomas, Frank Thomas, J. R. Kel-
ed because of, the starter and It ly, Randolph Crosby, R. R. Crosby.
yen much careful attention; Appearing mss:: : frequently In gathered in the--'Woman's 'Club KeystoneHeights: and .Melrose applying fertilizer. He also '

Next week the Officers of the the Theressa section, the gyp ar- last Friday night to make' merry Starke business. men'protestedto discussed several different methodsof was Impossible ,to push the cur Floyd Cone. H. Lewis W. C. '
J off the : Conner, Walter Underhill David
leal tists described as Italians for the benefit of the "fight Infan- the State Road Department boll weevil control emphasizing crossing
Boy Scout Troop will be'Tiests (variously G. Ross, Corinth Church Corinth
tile paralysis" campaign. A net stating that the detour here the fact that a combination of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly hurried their
of the Rot (r1ans as a part Mexicans and Gypsies) relieved School, A, L. Barnes Leon Conner -
I sum of around $30 was cleared would seriously Injure buslncws. mopping and spraying seems to be children from the automobile and
f the observance of National A. Sullivan, an aged partially after all expenses had been paid. Since that time, however' opine the most economical method to Mr. Kelly seized his wife's coat I L. ll Renfroe, Ellery Sapp.W.
oy Scout Week.BILlTwiLLIAMS. I deaf and partially blind i and the track In vain attempt E. Sapp O. L. Sapp, Alonzo Nor-
The crowd began arriving early Ions have differed aM towbotherbuitlnrsn ran up t a -

farmer of $12 on Wednesday. At and was highly entertained before has been actually Injured date.W. H. Hayes formerly connected I to flag the train. The en- man, L. L. Conner.
Members of the
least two other theft attemptsat the dance started by an unusual or not.BETTER. with the State Department of gineer stated later that as soon as cooperative paya
$3 membership fee and mini-
INJUREDBill and program of Bradford County tal- Agriculture, Clifford Fasoe, cot- he saw the car he tried his brakes a
the homes of W. S. Sibley a mum charge of $2.45 per month
ent The children's chorus of the ton specialist and realized It was impossible to stop
--- McClane
both in the, The- for 25 kilowatt hours or less. I
L. L. Youngblood
[ Williams, University of I Thurston colored school won the also made brief talks. the train before hitting, and then .
section--were thwarted when their HOMES decided to full force ahead In
!lorlda student and a brother of ressa audience over with appealing run
Uck Williams of Starke, was serl- residents refused to let the strangers negro spirituals, and also well- CHAIRMANMrs. meeting announced growers their Intentionof / an attempt to knock the automo- GOOD RAIN

Isly injured Saturday night when !! enter the house Another vic- received were the Lawtey Jubilee planting increased of bile clear of the tracks In orderto AIDS BERRY CROP
automobile occupied by six I tim was Bert Dyal, living on Road Singers, a mule quartette of L. A. Davis has been ap- Sea Island this year. minimize the danger to the

'groes crashed Into a school bus 13 between Starke and Hampton, negroes brough here by Bill Plum- pointed to head a committee of train. Strawberry shipments reachedthe

route from Hawthorne to RedIck. who lost $6 to the praying-bles- mer Lawtey Birthday Ball chair- local citizens for the purpose of The car tangled with the cowcatcher peak of the season so far this I

The bus was occupied by sing-fortune telling outfit. man. A "jitterbug"' exhibition by planning a Better Homes Cam- 'Will Speak On Radio however, and was drug year Tuesday when 313 crates '

Je Hawthorne boys and girls An exhaustive search was stag- Charles Pender and Dorothy Green paign in Bradford County. This Dr. M. B. Herlong will present ged half a mile before the train were sold at prices averaging $3 <,

lisket ball teams on the way to ed by Sheriff A. O. Andreu and delighted the audience as did the appointment was made from the a talk on "Rural Health" over came to a stop. Workmen labored per crate. In the past week approximately

Jay a benefit game. Young Wil- Road Patrolman Melvin McKInney clever impersonations of various National Office of Better HomesIn Station WRUF in Gainesville dur- forty minutes to untangle the 1,000 crates have ,

jama was going along as a spec- all day Wednesday and far into sounds by L. A. Shepherd accom- America at Purdue University, ing the Farm and Home Hour at wreckage so that the train might moved to market, mostly by truck, '

jitor. the night, but without results. Re- panied at the piano by Mrs. Jean- which sponsors each year a na- 12:30 o'clock Wednesday after- proceed on Its southbound trip. at prices right around $3. I

[Three negroes were killed In the suming the trail early Thursday nette Kincaid. A number of tion-wide campaign to stimulate noon. Dr. Herlong will give some The automobile was completely de. Light shipments are expected to '

fash and five of the bus pas- morning, the sheriff had hopes of songs by Miss Garnlta Hutto and interest in better housing con- rather startling facts about rural mollshed and was not covered by continue until the latter part of

offenders before i Miss Arlene Dew were pleasinglydone health conditions. insurance. February when heavy movements ;
ngers were injured Williams the rounding up the ditions.
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post out. and a liberal ovation was accorded w Ill piuuauijr b e The recent::
seriously. He was taken to the day was The primary purpose of the Better
lie Alachua County suf- that the the Starke Swingsters, recently Is educationand frosts badly damaged bloom on j
hospital It is believed thieveryis Homes Campaign MAD SCRAMBLE PREDICTED AS I
'ring from an Injured pelvis. the work of a large band of organized local orchestra the program provides a medi- moet plants and when the green

I Traffic officers who Investlgat- gypsies dressed in ordinary civilian composed of Charles Fender Henry um of organized effort In non fruit on the bushes at the time of
Oliver Hutto, Bruner MURPHY ACT NEARS FINISHAs the freeze Is ripened and picked, .
I'l' the accident said the driver of clothes. At least one of the auto- commercial activities which are related -; I
I I there
will be
Baker and Tracy Baker. The none to take Its)
lie car in which the negroes were mobiles being used is described by to home and community "
Jding were responsible for the ac- witnesses as a black Ford but no '.Lawtey String Band featuring the betterment. By means of several the lifetime of the Murphy Act grows shorter by the place until the plants can bloom

7 until
: another hit of the as)
Ie road. enough to take down the license Phillips was the organization seeks to help repeated his warning that a great many Bradford County been stated, the latter part of
_. evening. communities and their families to the law have
number. entitled to benefits under
property owners, February and the first of March.So .
Dancing began at 9:30 o'clock to make their homes more fitted for
Released Under Bond Last week a woman enteringthe neglected so far taking advantage of this wonderful opportu- far this year, it Is estimated,
music furnished by the Universityof the art of living and through them
Shipman Sapp, farmer living house on a pretext of "pray- Florida Seminoles. From timeto disseminates information on home nity to clear up delinquent, 2,411 crates of berries have been

K'est of Lawtey, was released ing" with the family made away time, dancers paused to gather ownership, home finance, house taxes on their holdings.The unable to benefit from the law because shipped from Starke, with a returnto

ednesday under $500 bond fol- with $105 from the home of L. A. around the stage and listen to the design, construction, equipment \ Act expires automaticallyon of congestion In the clerk's growers of 7233.

wing his arrest, charged with Donally near Kingsley Lake. The phenomenal "drumnastlcs" of Joe remodeling and reconditioning, June 9, but May 24 Is actuallythe office. A good rain Monday added new

ring two loads of No. 9 shot at Donallys had received $100 of this Madding whose frenzied rhythm- home furnishing, home manage deadline for filing applicationssince No property owner can affordto life to the berry plants in this
irs.. Joe Peele as payment on some prop- three week's newspaper area, which were badly In need of
a neighbor. Thevo money making Is still the talk of the ment, family relationships and neglect this opportunity for
> are said to have bad a disputever erty recently sold. The next day notice is required before the prop- moisture.
town. other allied subjects. clearing his delinquent prop-
many up
a fire fleeced Mr. and Mrs. is allowed to settle his .
started by Mr. Sapp two women erty owner -
The club house was appropriately Better Homes Week will occur erty at a fraction of the actual
n property near their homes. Mrs. Geo. F. Muller also residents of taxes at auction. The Murphy 2 FREAKSOF
decorated In red white and this from April 30th to May I tax bill. The Murphy Act Is the
eele was released from, the Gill the Lake, of $17.50. year Law, while it offers an ideal opportunity -
"break" offered to taxpayers
first real NATURETwo
"spital blue colors under the direction of 6th. The Better Homes Committee to
here to tax-delinquents
where she treat- ,
I was Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, chairman. for Bradford County is plan- In a number of years and
for tax bills at a
wounds from the shots.' Road Gets FundsA .--_. observance of the straighten up those who are behind would be freaks of nature were
ning a practical
-.-+ telegram received here from very small cost, Is also a very foolish not to take advantage of brought to the Telegraph office
week and will educational
ShoSmeWr/tS Monday Congressman Lex Green states NEGRO GOES in keeping sposor with the stringent one In regard to those it, especially when the results of this week to prove that Mother

Mrs. Chary that "President and WashingtonWPA THRU CAR TOPTwo programs of the organization. who do not take advantage of the not doing so mean confiscation of Nature la always up to tricks.
Nicholson approved allotment purposes benefits offered them. All tax-de- Just when you think that life is
a few miles south- officials have .. the property by the State of
tat of town on Road 28, burned in amount of $38,250.00 new additions were addedto inquent lands still unredeemed by' Florida.WILSON'S. dullest, that's when she's apt to

the ground about 7:30: o'clock for Improvement to countyownedroads the collection of wrecked automobiles PARMENTERWINS June 9, will automatically revert come forward with some peculiar

u onday morning. The owners had throughout Bradford Coun-, at the Register Motor Co. $25 PRIZEA to the State of Florida and for- object to make things Interesting

ft a fire In a heater and had ty, including clearing grubbing this week where they stand deject- mer owners will lose forever all : NEPHEW again.
Ine to Starke where Mr. Nlchol- grading, drainage structures and edly, a silent object lesson on the cash prize of $25: for the best rights of redemption. I KILLEDBill Edwin Starling, farmer living I

'II Is an insurance salesman and Incidental work". The project Is subject of highway safety. bale of cotton grown in Bradford Mr. Thomas estimates that only just west of Lawtey, brought in a
,, wIfe the Board of County Willie\ Dickson Gainesville negro, slightly more than fifty percentof pure white robin Yo ".Ich he had
operates the sponsored by
Green Glow County last season was won by entitled Wilson 29, nephew of Jos.
!rich through the top of the property owners to noted In his strawberry patch for
room. catapulted
Bond Trustees. was
A small amount of R. U. Parmenter of Starke. The of the E. Wilson of Starke, lost his life
Burance .- his Buick sedan when it turned do so have taken advantage several days before he finally
on the -
place was cared bale was graded No. 1 and was a Murphy Act thus far. He expectsan In automobile accident succeeded in getting close enough
by Johns & Trouble Also over, head foremost, on Road 13 an near
.Wainwrlght. III Brooker about three miles south of Starke. runner-up for the state prize which unprecedented rush of applications Palatka Monday night. He was to the bird to kill It. It was a

J B. Thomas young The was carried to Gainesville was won by Mrs. J. F. Hornbeak during the last few weeks perfect albino, without a single
Births Is In the county jail here negro of Oklawaha is In and Industrial salesman for the Gulf
Mr negro driving. in an unconscious state and that the law operation I dark spot on It.

ew and Mrs. Tony Tetstone,
Mr RIver. boy, January 25. While driving a truck take a condition at the present time.A Island cotton for the past can do so to to take advant-I home la Jacksonville from a business gourd-shaped egg laid by a large

itt, and Mrs. Claude Roy Pre- Brooker he attempted to and Ford sedan belonging to Wm. three; years and had five acres devoted age of the Act Immediately and' trip to Orlando. Rhode Island red hen owned by his

Mr Starke girl January 26. curve at too great a speed Sapp was wrecked somewhere In to this crop last season. His avoid running the risk of waitingtoo mother, Mrs. Ida George. The
and Mrs. j. B. Russ Brook- crashed Into another automobile.He late. The young man crashed Into a
Sunday night by partiesto prize-winning bale was turned out egg was exceptionally small to
tWin. I'lrls. January 27.: la the brother of Willie Georgia whom Mr. Sapp had loaned the by the co-operative gin In Starke There Is a great deal of work In truck which Is said to have been have been laid by auch a large hen
*" i In the
n. and M'. Alvte L. Thorn- Thomas now being held murderof car. It was beyond repair and the The cotton contest this. year was connection with the search of records parked on the highway: because of and one end haj a peculiar twat<

Starke, boy, January 26. Duval County jail for the owner has already traded for a sponsored by Nathan Mayo, state on delinquent property and tire trouble. He died Instantly as such as Is often seen at .the ends

rand Mrs. Clyde Griffis, two other negroes In Jackson- new Buick. commissioner of agriculture. late-comers may find themselves the result of his Injuries. cf gourds.!

wtey boy, February 1. I ville last week.

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I of which has been summed up in I'V THK ciiirriT.: : coriir or TIIK ri-pi.si.nl Unpaid| IIX: K fur. the' yoars l'iL'9! !1 1 10 i'i!I.I.:! ,,,",, u ,' '
BROOKERMn National Scout r.Hiirrii Ji mri.\CIIMTIT or" I'lJT' to. 19V.!' both InrtuMvo, amount- Ing t.> $::10.87> ,
rho for
BOY i slogan 'Tlli: NTATH OP FLOIIII, IVAM Inn to IKI.nfi Ar.. O.iW'1: / of :v
TheLetter L. L. Parker, CorrecpoiitlentR. Week "Scouting Carries On Amer- KOH IIUIIIFOIIU KM.:Vl'Y tiled l tux: t'ertlficnte$ with all ubsoniiciil 7 .s. H :21 i:., C"II.,, ::1mo..e I i
Ideals". IV 'IIAinvIN : : omitted or Levied taxes or less. \4
Buried SCOUT t- can ThE MATTKR OF ) will be Hold to tho highest bidderat The
I'. IwU .
tuxes to lo <
s.> ;!
i iert ,
Box Lewis : I A word to the parents: If your TUB! ADOPTION Ob": ) the Courthouse door In Starke by certificate :A.. k
services for R. P. s
l Funeral mimi-ISY CASTLE- ) on the lath day of February, 193! "
of 19.11: and
lii.ta! : ,-,
boy is a Scout help him to enter '' "I
were held In the school auditorium NEWS I BERRY ) at 11:00:: o'clock A. M. represent unpaid h..v 1',I"1."\')
into this week's observance Dated this the 21st day of January "
afternoon, January 26. He : by encouraging o'rlt'Ero 1930 to 1 939. both In.. i i M"i"" .
Friday WHOM IT MAY raN('I.RN: 1939. log to $70.08. '\ "".
him to attend all the
Kcrshaw, S. C. was born November 18, 1883 in i YOU WILL. Pl-ilSASK' TAKE NOTICE (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas. ,
activities of the week and tell Clerk of Cln-ult Court of Bradford ALSO: All NW',. ''I i, v,.
1939 WEEKTO 27th
25 SCOUT That on Monday, the
January old at NA'TIUS.\I.: ,
55 Canal lean '"
Ilrooker and was years I County, Florida 1-27 3t 2-10 16 A.. AI ,., i tat
xk r Dear Sirs: the time of his death. He had liv- OHSKKVEU: WITH him by word and by deed, that I day 10:00 of o'clock February In the A forenoon D. 1939, or, RIO at SW Con of NW ,r |:'''I" '

I enclosing check of $1.50 and VARIED ACTIVITIES HERB I you are proud that he is a member noon thereafter all the Maine may be FOIl T\X OEEn Hun E 820 ft Noni'x, '.il', i
am ed here all his life was a .NOTICK OF APPLICATIONSenate I ft ,S. 325 Ft., to Hen \ >
1 for renewal of my subscription to member of the Primitive Baptist of such an organization as the' Lynn heard,Parker the and undersigned wife Vivian Lonnle Parker .. Hill !>o. ltllNOTICK : ) S. H. or2 E,, contal,,, i 'I'11<"
the little Scouts of America Boy Scouts of America. It IS HEREBY nlv,,:: the Telegraph. I love Church for twenty-five years. He Troop 70, Coy your will present. to the Honorable A.
don't like into the National toy Is not a Scout, and has attained Z. Adklnx. one of the Judges of the Leo Orlfflx holder of Tax Certificate -i The taxes to be solo i ] ,
paper and feel that was clerk of the church for 15 will enter above styled his office In No. 452, Issued the 2nd., day of! ed by certificate No n, "pub;
to be without It.Yours. observance of SCOUT WEEK beginning the age of 12 years let the Court ; ."ertlnatt""" Town of September, A. !>., 193C has flied'I' and represent. unpaid I"Xh'
very truly years. next Wednesday February him see the Scoutmaster and talk Starke, Florida, a petition praying same In my office and has made application year 1925 to 1939 I."tk ;,"'
lIe is survived by his wife Mrs. for an Order authorizing the adoption for a tax deed to be Issued amounting to $280.60 1:1 L
Mrs. P. A. Sweezy. Mrs. 8th and continuing through over the matter of becoming: affiliated of Shirley Cantleberry. by the thereon. Said certificate embraces ALSO: S', of N
R P. Lewis one daughter, 1 '
h the following described property liW
Tuesday, February 14th. Many with this greatest boy organization Maid LonnIe Lynn Parker and wife SW Hof.JC4 and 'Swl.,
of Nwrl
In the
County Bradford
Jacksonville and ,
W. G. Baxter Vivian Parker, and further petitionthe S. IS.
; Gainesville, Flu. activities have been planned that In the woild. Court to chanfee the name of State of Florida, to-wit: 'tn eRi.r lea*:. contalnhiK "" *
Ovid G. Lewis of Brooker; .
one son, West
Half of Southwest
January 26, 1939 will be of vital Interest not onlyto Shirley Caatleberry to Shirley ParkI.ONNIE Quarterof The taxes to be now dr,
B. J. Northwest Quarter Section 2
three brothers L. R er. ed by certificate M '
+ Dear Mr. Matthews: Lewis, and J W Lewis all of the Scouts themselves, but also PINE LEVELMrs. LYNN PARKER Township 7 South, Range 22 East' of 1930 and 1934 NOM ql I;, !1!nq
containing 20 Acres more or less. respectlvll
Enclosed find check for $1.50 and the of VIVIAN PARKER represent !
to people unpaid '
i Hrooker. six sisters, Mrs. Ollle parents II. M. !McRae Correspond The aHHesmment' of the .said property 1929 to for Ili
1939. both
11 for one year's subscription to the our community generally. During under. the Bald certificate Issued Inclniliv.'I"i
i Butler Mrs. Ing to $274.82.ALSO .
Andrews of Lake FOIl
was In the name of J. B. Long.UnleHH ,
Telegraph. I enjoy the paper so I Onie Hunter of Lake City, Mrs this time all boys who have them Mr. and Mrs Eston Brown and TAX I.KIOIMenate said certificate shall be redeemed : Block 1 of Hampton'( '
much and feel that I cannot get entire uniform (' Hill No. 10SNOTICM ) Manorevidenced by
will wear the according to law the prop ;erlll,
Mrs. N. G. Stokes daughter Mrs J. C. and 386 of 1927 Blk 2
home. Mary Thomas Sapp, IS HEREBY GIVEN, erty described therein will be sold of Halllllto,
c along without It In my Mrs H E. Stokes of Brooker and which only duly qualified and reg. I little sons, Bobby, and Buddy Oliver That Nelson B. Miocker holder of to the highest bidder at the courthouse Manor) evidenced by "erlltltt 1
When I receive a copy !it is the istered Scouts are permitted. to Tax Certificate No. 91, Issued tile door on the flrst Monday In of 1927): ) Blk 3 of Humlllon ,
Mrs. Gene Surrency of Starke. all of Sampson City were 6th., day of August A. D. 1928, has Manor, evidenced by c
to Starke (back the month of February, 193d, which rtltll.lt:
same as a visit governed in this: by of 1927 Blk
Leing ,
wear. filed In office and nan ; 4 of l
Pallbearers N. D. Wainwright visiting relatives here Sunday aft name my in the/ 6th, day of February, 1939. Hamilton'Manor.
home). were, an Act of Congress. Activitiesfor made application for a tax deed to Dated thIs 10th day of January evidenced by certlfi, ,
f Sincerely, A O. Andreu, Purvis Haz- ernoon. be Issued thereon. Said certificate 1939. of 1927; Blk 5 of Han'Pton'Manor '
outlined follows
this week are as
G. W. Baxter L. Misses Audrey and Vesta Mc embraces the following describedproperty (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas evidenced by rrtri.i'! '"
2 Mrs. A. M. Pettit. en Ralph Hazen : Beginning Tuesday night In the County of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford; of 1927: ; Blk 6 of Ilainu ",?
Resale Colson J, Roberts Rae were visiting Misses Helen Florida Manor, evidenced by
A. Brown State of to-wit: County Florida (1-13 U 2-3) certltll.ll':
of the will meet
the officers Troop of
1927 Blk
Lot Two or 6 Acre In NortheastQuarter ; 7 of Hampton
i A. J. Griffis and Dorothy Norman at Gum
E Harrison
I Starke, Fla there, through the courtesy and of Northeast Quarter Sec OTICK: OP fM3 OP. Manor evidenced by ceitlflni',
L January 28, 1939 and T. D. Dyal. thro, the and Branch Thursday night. tion 1 Township 5 South: Range 22East TAX CERTIFICATES of 19h:! ; Blk 8 of Hampo",
through courtesy
evidenced hy
containing 5 Acres more or ,
Na Gentlemen: Mrs. BuJah Baxter of Jackson- generosity of Mr. Carpenter, they Mrs. M. J. McRae and son, Ie.... Alderman Notice I lIS hereby. given that T. J. of 19a7; Blk 9 of llamptoo certiCICI{
ha filed with me written
There seems to be substantial' ville is spending a few days with will dress a window with thingsof Donald and Mrs. H. M. McRae The assessment of the said prop- request that the tax certificate of Manor 1927, ;evidenced Blk 10 of by .ertltlca'

grounds for believing a creamery, I her mother Mrs. R. P. Lewis. Interest to Scouts and others. were visiting Mrs. Walter Underhill erty under the Bald certificate Issued together with all subsequent omit- Manor, evidenced by Ilamptoo certlflra',
was !In the name of Loul H. ed or levied taxes held by the State '
as referred to in the last issue of Mrs. Ethel Hough was carriedto Pieces of handwork, objects of In the Rising section Sunday Hill.Unless be advertised and sold to the highest of 1927; ;evidenced Blk II of Hampton ,

n the Telegraph, could be established : Gainesville for medical treat- nature, cards telling of Scouting afternoon.Mrs. Bald certificate nhall be bidder for cash a* provided by Manort': Blk 12 of by Jlamp'on certiflat' '
redeemed according to law, the
I I Chapter of the 1937 acts of Manor
here in Bradford County hand- ment Saturday. She has now re- activities United States, Troop, T N Norman of Gum property described therein will be the Legislature upon the following of 19d7 evidenced; Blk 13 of by Ha"p.. ?',

ling cream from local farmers and turned to her home here where she and Patrol flags will be displayed. Branch was visiting her parents sold to the highest bidder at the described real estate In the Countyof Manor, evidenced by ,
court house door the first Mon-
on Bradford, State of Florida, to- of
manufacturing butter and ice will recuperate. Stop by and examine this window Mr. and Mrs. H M McRae, Fri- day In the month of March 1939 wit: Manor 19:11: evidenced; Blk 14 of MamptS'

cream. I I Mrs. G. B. Colson, Leubedia and with its varied work and interests day night. which 1939. 1 I" the 6th., day of March N14{ of NV4 of NEVi\ Sec. 10 Tp. 7 S. of 1927; Blk 15 of by Ham'piS"'

One of the greatest needs of our T. B. Plnholster, Mr. and Mrs. R. and see something of what Scout- Mrs. Mildred Dyal and Mrs. Ce- Dated this 18th day of January, R. less.19 E., containing 40 Acres, moreor of Manor 1921;evidenced Blk 16 of by Hampto certiflm,,

local farmers in a constant depend- Crews, Rev C. A. Crosby and ing means to the boys of our community lla Jones of Sampson City were 1939.OFFICIAL SHAD A, J. Thomas V The taxes to be sold are evidenced Manor 1927 evidenced by certiflaJof

1 able, daily Income. Keeping: a few, daughter Evelyn, and Rev. G. E. and to thousands of other visiting Mrs V. A. Browning Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford by certificate' NOD. 6 and 24 of Manor:, evidenced; Blk 17 of Hampio
'I 192 and 1933 and by ceitiflnt.,
good, cream-type cows will come McGauley enjoyed the Union at boys throughout the world On Thursday. County Florida 1-20 5t 2-17 present unpaid respectively taxes For ,the years re. of 1927; Blk 18 of Hampton:

nearer doing this than anything I North Pleasant Grove last week- Wednesday at noon the Rotary : 1927 to 1939, both Inclusive, a- Manor, evidenced by certlflnt",
Miss Ruth Denmark of Inverness NOTICE OF SAT.H OF TAX mounting to 1166.08. of 1927; Blk 19 of Hampton
know of. end. Club will entertain officers of the C'KHTIFICATKS Manor evidenced. by
waD visiting her mother Mrs. F. ALSO of 11 certifies,
: NWVi, NW14 Sec. Tp.
Notice 'In hereby given that J. F of 1927; Bile 20 of <
} ) The next need is a constant sup4 Card of Thanks Troop at the regular Club lunch Fender Sunday afternoon.Mr. Kick liter has filed with me writ 7 S, R. 19 K.? containing 40 Acres., Manor, evidenced by Hampto certiflnt., '

,4 r ply of good green forage for the With most hearts we eon. Those invited and expectingto ten request that the tax; certificates more or less. of 1927; Blk 21 of Hampton
herd. Our experiment station grateful attend are: M. G. Boswell Executive and Mrs. Johnnie Starlingof together with all subsequent omit The taxes to be sold are evidenced Manor, evidenced by certiricij
daIry wish to thank the many kind Georgia are visiting his par ted or levied taxes held by the State by certificate Nos. 8 and 29 of of 1937; Blk 22 of Hampton
in Gainesville has advanced friends who extended for the North Florida be advertised and sold to the highest 1132 and 1933 respectively and represent Manor, evidenced by certlfla
' '' far enough with its study of year- sympathyand Area who will speak concerningthe ents Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling. bidder. for cash aa provided by unpaid taxes for the years of 1937; Blk 23 of HamIlton
' ,' kindness in our bereavement. Miss Mary Williams has re Chapter 18296 of the 1937 nets of 19J1 to 19J9, both Inclusive, amounting Manor, evidenced by certlflw,'
) around pastures as to warrant the May God's blessings be with each Scouting program, the Junior turned the Legislature upon the following to $85.92. of 1D27: ; Blk 24 of Hampton
+ ; belief that we may be assured successful Assistant Scoutmaster Life Scout to her home at Monlac described real estate In the Countyof ALSO; : SE 4 of Ga., after spending some time Bradford State of Florida to-wlt: S It 20 E., containing 40 Acres, of 1927; Blk 25 of Hamilton
all-year grazing. you.Mrs. Frank Robinson III; the Senior Lot 6 of Block 1 more or lees Manor, evidenced
: R. P. Lewis and family.VANDERBILT here with relatives. Livingston; : by certiflci
' ii: Patrol Leader, 1st Class Scout Truby & CO'H. Addition to StarkeIn The taxes to be sold are evidenced of 1927; Blk 26 of Hamptw",
It is work
every man now .- Wi/ by certificate NOH. 29 and 72 of Manor, ,
Enos the Junior Assistant Miss Vesta McRae and brother j of NEV4\ Sec 28 Tp. 6 S. It. evidenced by certlfla.!
ing on the WPA could be set upon Hayes; 22 E. 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent of 1927; Blk 27 of Hamptoi
farm with 12 and Senior Patrol Leader and Leader Owen, and Mr. and Mrs Volly The taxes to be Hold are evidenced unpaid taxes for the years Manor evidenced by cert tile.
a good cows of Mohican Starling of Starke attended the by certificate No.. 340 & 1098 of 1929 to 1939) both inclusive amountIng of 1921; Also Certificate No
the Patrol
1st Class
have a market for the cream, he Mlxs. Vrlma Norman Cor. 1931 and 1933 respectively and represent to $69,30. of 1913 embracing all of the
*, could be self upportlng and wouldbe '-_ Scout Mike Dew; 2nd Class Scout sing Friday night at the home of unpaid taxes for the years ALSO: S\V'4: of SWVI\ Sec. 21 Tp. described. Hampton Park I
Nettles of Starke was Sonny Haynea leader of the Bat Mr. and Mrs L. L. Connor. 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng S S. It. 20 E., containing 40 Acre, Property and more particular!
able to work two men besides Ralph to $21.43. more or less. crlbed as Block 1, 2, 3, 4, I
himself. Our idle abandoned visiting relatives In this section Patrol ; 1st Class Scout Arch Remember Church Services at ALSOLots 1, 3, 4. 6, 67, 8 of The taxes to be sold are evidenced 8, 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
Thomas, Jr., leader of the Panther Pine Level this week-end nik 3 Town of Lawtey. Went of by certificate Nos. 30 and 74 of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, ,
farms would come into their own. Saturday. beginning Hy. Sec 23 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 E. 1930 and 1933 respectively. and represent being; E 3.4 of EMi of SE\
The farmer could realize the most Miss Marjorie Reddish of this Patrol; 1st Class Scout Leonard Saturday morning at eleven The taxes; to be sold are eveldenced < unpaid taxes for the years I Known as Hampton Park ,
Smith leader of the Wolf Patrol o'clock. by certificates No. 229 and 679 1929 to 19:11I(>: both Inclusive, amount Blks 1 to 27 Inclusive 60.
t profit from his cows by selling the section, attended the Fifth Sun ; of 1931 and 193.1 respectively, and ing to U2.f! : Section 32 Township 7 Southi J
cream and using the skimmed milk day meeting at Pleasant Grove and Troop scribe, 1st Class Scout --.-- represent unpaid taxes fur the ALSO: SW% or NE4! and NWVi\ i 22 East, containing 60 Acres
George Flynn. years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, and NEV4\ of SW i Sea: 28 Tp. 6S.R. of less, In Bradford County, Fi:
h for calf and pig food. Sunday SAMPSON CITY amounting to $148.63. 20 E., containing 240 Acres, moreor and representing unpaid tau
The program for this meeting Mm. Nellie McKinney Cor. ALSO: Lots 7. 8 of Blk 28 Original leas. the years 1926 to 1939, both
herd builds Mr and Mrs. H. L Norman and ,
Keeping u dairy
upland Town of Starke, In NEW\ of SWVi\ The taxes to be sold are evidenced slve, amounting to $64671
will be under
+- and with our new rural elec. children were visiting Mrs. Nor- the direction of the Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E.. by certificate Nos. 40 and 102 of I Said; tax certificate together

f trlficatlon lines reaching out almost man'o parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scoutmaster, the Rev Frank Rob Mrs. S. E. Jones attended The taxes. to be sold are evidenced 1930 and 1933 respectively and represent all subsequent omitted or
inson. by certificate No 1088 of 1933 unpaid taxes for the year tales will he sold to the k
to every farm home laborsaving Rosier at Woodlawn Saturday Church at Hampton Sunday.Mr. and represent. unpaid taxes for the 1929 to 19:19: both Inclusive, amount bidder at the Courthouse do

equipment may bo employ night. Wednesday night the Troop and Mrs. W. H. Smith madea years 1932 to 1939, both Incruslve, ing to $456 90. Starke on the 3rd., day of F
amounting to $52.29..A ALSO: SWi.4 of 8E14 Sec 29 Tp. ary A. D. 1939! ,' at 11:00: o'cl
r i ed. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Rosier ol t Committee composed of Dr M. B. business trip to Jacksonville LBO: S'(. of Lot 22 In Wood- S S. R. 20 K., containing 40 Acres, M
Herlong. Chairman, E. L. Mat this week. lawn Sec. 29 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E., 5 more or less. Dated thin the 14th., day
There are many sides to this Woodlawn were dinner guests ol Acres more or less. The taxes to be sold are evidenc; uarv A. D 1939..
h 1 question and what is required nowIs Mr. and Mrs H. T. Norman Mon thews secretary, Joe Wilson, 1 in Mrs. Myra Goodge visited Mrs.. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced < ed hv certificates No. 42 and 103 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J.'rb'
/ charge of Advancement-. L. A.' by certificate No*. 147 and 833: of 1930: and 19.13 respectively and I Clerk of Circuit Court of Br|
a few who believe in it sufflcl day Lonnie Goodge in Starke Wednesday of 1928 and 1933 respectively, and represent unpaid taxes for the years County Florida. 1.20
Davis treasurer and
ently to get it moving. After the Kirby Crews and Levy Norman Mr. Robin ,
son, scoutmaster, will meet withthe
, first year of successful operation, were business visitors to Alachua I of the E. B. McKinney and Riley Sweat
boys Troop who have
others will gradually come In and
last Saturday. afternoon. for made a business trip to Starke
applications advancement
add to the size and importance of i in
the venture. Rank and for merit badges. This Saturday.

, BOOTS EY'S BEACH meeting will be held in the Church Church services will be held
It l Is a proven fact that one good here NO
bliss Effie Crawford Cor. School rooms of the Methodist Saturday night and Sunday. LINES
dairy cow Is equal In value to a Frank !
church at 8 o'clock McKinney spent Tuesday

'; bale money of producing cotton every proposition year and is and a Mrs. L. M. Murrhee, was visit The regular meeting of th night with Earl Starling at Grae OR GAS MAINSANYWHEREYET

the cow is not subject to Insect, ing the bed-side of her daughter,, Troop will be held Thursday nightof ham.Mrs.

I disease, or weather conditions, as Mrs. Claude Moody, near Greens this week at 7 o clock and the Myra Goodge, Miss Louise

Is a cotton crop. Of course, Cove Springs Sunday afternoon. entire troop is especially requested Harper and Miss Marguerite Tom-

have their peculiar troubles and Miss Gertrude Gasklns of Water to meet at this time as it will I llnson attended church at Hampton -I

limitations, but a careful farmer Oak spent the week-end here with be one of the most Importantmeetings Sunday. YOU ALWAYS

has Miss Effle Crawford of the year
more chance with a cow

People who are interested in Smatter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johns and Friday night at 6:30: o'clock IXOTICK Of TAX APPMCVTIOV ItUKllFim : Fort HAVE PLENTY [ SURE MY DUOTHERMOF

family and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. February 10 in the
will help by giving their! Women's Club, <* e Rill No. lea)

names to the editor of the Telegraph Strickland all of Live Oak, were I the entire Troop will assemble, ac NOTICK IS IIURKUY OIVEN, IS

Let's have a creamery In visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Johns companied by fathers of the boys, Thnt A. No.A. Annla 255 (untied holder' the of Tax 2nd.,CPrtlflcate day HOT WATER AUTOMATIC AND

Bradford County t here Sunday. for a "Father and Son" Banquet. of July A. D. 19.14. has filed mime.
In my office and has made applica !
Robt. FV Clark. Misses Louise and Pansy Prevattof This banquet will be contributedby lion for a tax deed to be leaned USINGj:0

'' Lawtey spent Thursday night the parents themselves and by thereon. ,

here with Miss Kffle: Crawford interested merchants of the city' lowing Said certificate described embrace property the In s GAS WOULD COST

DRINK MORE Fletcher Butler of Plant City and every father of every boy 1 in County of Bradford State of f01'1 : _

+ H MILK was visiting Mr. and Mrs, C. E. the Troop will be expected to be to-wit Northeast: Quarter of \ ME TWICE AS MUCH!

Crawford lust Wednesday and present. An appropriate- program Quarter of Southeast Quarter. and I 0 0

41 Thursday.Mr. will be conducted principally by i Southeast North Half Quarter of Northeast Section Quarter 24 Town-of' It\\\\

and Mrs. J, B. Gaskins and I the boys themselves. The mothers' Hhlp 5 South. Range 22 Eaut. con-
of the boys will\ and I taming 30 Acres more or leu*.
ft baby and Miss Vlrgle Gaskins attended prepare serve The aHRenxmenta of the Bald prop.
the reunion meeting near the banquet, under the supervision erty under the sold certificate wa i

Santa Fe Saturday. of the chairman of the committeeon Co In the name of Blackuhear Mfg",

arrangements, Mrs. L. F Unless said certificate shell he

And Drink I I Smith. Since all food etc., will be redeemed according to taw, the

is WHITE'S contributed there will be no chargefor old property tohe described highest therein bidder will at the he Any place you can buy oil-you can have plentiful hot i

The Best CREAM VERMIFUGEFor this meal. court house door on the first Mon. water that ,
gushes at the
1 day In the month of March 1939 turn of a tap I And-you can ,

FROM! expelling Round Worms Sunday night promptly at 7:30: which U39.' Is the 6th., day of March, buy oil anywhere I ;

and for reducing Pin Worm o'clock the entire Troop will assemble holed. this 24th day of January
PETERSON'SDAIRY in the auditorium of the 1939. 1 The Duo-Therm
infestation in children. Methodist Church at which time (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J, Thomas. oil-burning automatic water heater t
Prire 35c Clerk of Circuit
Court of Pradford
CAKPENTKR'S DRUG STORE the pastor will conduct an appropriate County, Florida. 1-27 5t 2-24 matches gas convenience-and does the heating job for I ;

service, with the assistanceof 'O'I'1'FOF APPLIC.tTIUY half the average cost. '
the boy This will be followed TAX i>t:.:u I ,
by a Court of Honor conducted a Duo-Therm needn't
you cut wood shovel coal
by Scout Executive
Boswell wh That Mrs. fteulah Kelly holder of
will be accompanied by other of Tax Certificates Numbered respec. or ashes or heat water: on stoves. Its patented Dual-

? (JJJi, ficials of Scouting from Jacksonville I 3.livelyBibs 1911 and 35T of 386 Issued Issued August August 3, Chamber burner is the most efficient known-and will }

for this Impressive 19.11, has filed name In my office
At this time all ceremony. and has made application for tax; give you years of cheap abundant nuisance-free hot
I advancements
and deed to be I laau..d thereon Said
merit badges that have been certificates respectively embrace water.
To better chance
give a the following described. properties.
during January and February, In the County of Bradford State of
i in life, start now on our :f. together with the reception of new Florida. :*

., systematic plan which will Scouts will be presented. The 358 Said, embrace 4-9th Lots of 2.Certificate 3. 4. 6 of Blk No.

I meeting will be open to the public 11 Temples. Addition to Ktarke: In .;:
enable ?tvlfmen-f
your child to obtaina and all are invited to N}:4 of NWH and part of W1 of
attend. Nli"' W of Uy and NK Cor of SEVi L'
college education at amazingly 1 Special reserved seats will accom- of NWy See. 28 Tp I S. n. 22 K. i I
odate parents of the Said Certificate No. 357, embraces
small cost boys of the Tsar II, 12 of Blk. 11, Temple Ad.
Troop. dition to Starke In NR14 of NW 4
I The Scout Week will be closed' and part of W% of NKV W of Ry titDUOTHERM
Ask our local I agent and NE Cor of SEV, of NW* Sec. n
on Tuesday night February 14. Z8 Tp 6 1 S.< n. U Jo 1
or write %' I .
with a Valentine party for th assessment. of the said probe -!
arty under said 4-.ths
1 members of the Troop and their No. 358 was In the name of Unknown WATER HEATER Lilted Standard byUnUwwritort'
t friends which will be held in the ; the Assessment. of the said I, t. 3 Laborstarx*
1 propf'rtyllId.r said Certificate No. '
u Assembly rooms of the Methodist J*! wan In the name of Evelyn
: Church School. lddon.
I National Unless said certificate shall he!
Scout Week
is observed redeemed according r to law the

._ annually throughout the world. properties described therein will be
sold to the highest bidder at the' QUIGLEY &
This observance in DAVIS
the United (ourt-house door on the first Mnn-
States Is principally designed toI day In the Month of March 1113'
R. E. JEFFCOAT Assistant further the *th" day of wrcnA'
Manager I I the objective of telling D IMS"!!

;, P. O. Box 225 1 parents, the community and the A.Doted D. 1939.OFFICIAL this. 16lh., day. of Januar,.. STARKE, FLORIDA

as a whole what (
SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Lake City, Florida I Scouting means to Democracy, all Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford
County, Florida. 1.20 it 2-1T



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Bradfrd County High School Journal

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SEWLL: : BIOGRAPHY John A. Morrow President's Ball Bradford High The Music Man Says! Readers Digest

JAMES dltor-ln-Chlef ANDREW REDDING Speaks To Students Split l i Basketball Well DigestedFurther
My but that President's Ball Hello. Didn't 'spcct to see me

A_ Z, ADKINS Edltor.ln-Chlef, ,JR. Proud parents Mr and Mrs. was a glorious event Friday night. Games At MelroseCoach here did yon? Nope, I'm new here
Aeelstant Redding must have been when on Many people have long wantedto proof that the Reader's1)Ig'st
I have never seen quite so many --- I and If nothln' happons you'll be
October 20 1920 their handsome know what Social Security is is a top-notch magartna
Reporters Robln: on, Archmass I all beautiful people- in all my life All J. M. Whittemore and his. scein' a lot of me In the next few
Frank baby boy, Andrew\ was born. about, and last week' some of was presented when eighty-four
Davis Jr., Emmet Perryman them the mothers looked as :young and B, H. S. Tornadoes played Melrose weeks 'cause I'm gonna hang
found out when John A. Senior High School students agreed -
h1a Smith' Mary Edwards, Andrew has lived in our neigh- exciting as their daughters.It Friday. January 27. Coach around 'til they run me off. I'm
: rase, Morrow, Manager of the Florida out of their own free will ; .
dlt and Clara N lump boring town, Lawtey all his life. State would be almost Impossibleto Whlttemore used a new combina- I just an ole foggy who started
Employment Service spoketo to subscribe to it individually for
He attended school there until he the describe each person who was tion in the game, consisting of nos In' around back in the baby-
students of Bradford High the remaining months of this
was In the tenth grade, then he there but I would like to tell you Priest at center: Torode and Kin-I, hood days of Jazz and who has
Take Over school year in order to use it to ;
uors came to Starke. just a little about a few of our chen as guards on defense and followed It right on through to
Mr. Morrow both acts great advantage in their English ,;
Journal for Feb. Andrew has black hair brown explained popular high schol girls who en- forwards on the offense, MCKInney nowthe swing age. I reckon classes.

eyes and has a very dark com- ,. passed by Congress concerning joyed the dance so much, and Griffis as forwards on the I'm pretty old now-won't be say '

Editor for March plection with sparkling white Social Security which were (1)) Juanita Barefoot was pretty- defense and guards on the offense. ing my opinion, much longer Yea' Reason for the Digests great

I' Adkins- teeth. In other words a perfect I. unemployment compensation and She wore a dubonnet dress with a The combination worked well on sir, swing's o. k.--tho way that universal popularity lies In the !

Lor plays take time andlie brunette with a big smile. He Is ((2)) unemployment group Insur shirred jacket. Edith Rowe look- the defense but they could not get Goodman boy plays it; that Shaw fact that It "kills several literarybirds"

take a lot of about five feet seven inches tall ance.Mr. ed like something you see in a 'their offense working The game feller too--only, some people got with one well-chosen stone. y

newspapers I and weighs about one hundred and Morrow wished to make it picture with her black velvet even- ended with Melrose winning 18-7. the rattled-bralned, gnaty nerve to .

lame. and there are only twenur fifteen pounds.He well known that every Thursdaya Ing dress and gold sequin top. The girls got off to an early be of the opinion that Artie la Lost and Found ;;

| hours a day. And so, even has done quite a bit of representative of the State Em- Enza Weaver was dressed in a start to defeat Melrose 17-16. The better than Benny, and it ain't so.

Lh the Seniors are a barding traveling during his life, but has ployment service comes to Starke changeable taffeta with the hoop .' girls, broke their losing streak by I hope none of you school kids LOST-the desire for hamburgers, P,

bunch they've found thatg stayed in Washington and Miami I I from their office in Gainesville and everything Rivers Hundleywas this win. feels that away about It, by Jean Davis and Grace Dew. ;

I I and spends the afternoon in the lace The high point for B. H. S. don't FOUND-by Mr. Williams,
they'll have no the longest time very attractive In a blue girl You know them jitterbugs every- 8

February ole' B. Andrew Is quiet and doesn'thave I Grand Jury room of the CourtHouse dress Margaret Pearce wore a was Marie Crosby. have no sympathy from me; them"critters" body's names on walls and wood-
the good very
| to devote to in order to register any unemployed work all over the school.
pretty blue satin dress with a get under my skin I
Edl- anything to say unless you who wish to find work
K. Journal; so, February next I ask him or until .you know him quilted jacket. Clara Flume was Senior Class Will ain't got no education like you FOUND-by Mr Whlttlmore's his-
of in
hands and who wish assistance
i will be In the fairly well, and then there is nota expert becomingly dressed in dubonnet kids are havin' a chance ta get, tory students, how to outline two
Juniors with doing ,
It Seniors-the so.Strawberry taffeta Grace Green was beauti- Sweet Sixteen but I know the history of Jaza chapters of American History
more enjoyable person to be
\ Davis as Editorinchief.ain with. growers unable to ful in her green satin dress and startln' way back there when it FOUND-by Loyree Hartman, the

in March, the Seniors willhue secure pickers In Bradford County so was Dorothy In her flowered On of the funniest scenes ever wuz: just a baby, and In all that ability to Please Mr Adkln on. P

the task, but with a difnt I didn't know until lately that may, through the State Employment array. Doshla Smith looked likea written Into a modern comedy is there time I ain't never seen such FOUND by the Junior Class,

front as Editorinf he ever especially cared for girls, Service, hire from surrounding dress contained In the of the how
man out dream' with a strapless manuscript stuff. Back in my day we just to paint over their name

A Z. Adkins, Jr., James but there seems to be a certain counties In which there Is an with yards of dubonnet net Betty new American Play "Sweet Six- danced spirited-like; we wuz justas FOUND-by Mr. Whlttimore, the

III bid his last edition fare- blond from Lawtey he's getting a over-sufficient number of work- Stringfellow was most. alluring in teen" to be presented at the High crazy about the music, but we ability to do justice on the piano

Itast week when the B. H. S. crush on. I II ers. her grey tafeta dress.I School Auditorium on the night of never had no contests to see which to a swinging trumpet manipu-

|nal was turned over to Its He likes pretty girls, fishing, wish we could tell about each February 10 by the Senior Classof one could out-sweat the other; lated by Mr. Roberts.

1 editor for February Jeans hunting, playing baseball and What Would Happen and everyone; and I can tell that 1939. there just ain't no good sense in FOUND-by Johnny Chalker the

driving the bus. He dislikes con- everyone had a wonderful time. The scene mentioned Is the first work In' without pay when it don't road to romance. t

Ihen Jimmy Sewell was chosenr ceited people and hard subjects. 1 If ... rehearsal of the High School do nobody no good! Hack when LOST-by some history students,

at the beginning of this He doesn't seem to know at present i -r We Wonder Why Class play. Theatre goers alwayssee the two-step wuz goln strong, I realization of the fact that his- R

it was because of faith In what he Intends to do after There were no Juniors? the finished product. With the could out-glide any man in my tory can be amazingly Interest-

bility to do good work at the finishing school, but we all know I Grace and Juanita couldn't chew Grace Dew sang In Elemen- lines carefully memorized and re- home town, New Orleans; but Ing when studied the right way.

J because he could be dependpon that he will make a successful decision gum? tary Chapel.The hearsed, but little do they know brother they had me licked when t

and the reputation of ther There was no banquet? Juniors are so happy. about the troubles that beset the they commenced to hug! JUNIORS/ WANT TO -

his efflcii All Seniors set bad examples "coach" when he or she attemptsto said too much If
I've already-
depended upon We all wish you, Andrew ,a hap- The hamburgers were so good e
for We want to be
the Juniors? in
You've read the B. H S.Inal and successful future. Field Day i get the play started. In Sweet I don't stop runnln' down the jitterbugs helpful every '
py 11-B and 11-V were to be com- I Sixteen the author has way,
all year, and you know Jenelle likes Gainesville created the some o' you kids might
bined? character of Garrison Garwood To make our plans and let them ,(
1 Jimmy has done good work. CluRFLUlIE Ralph R. has suddenly decided bo made with this old no good
backs Bradford High dtdn have played by Jimmy Sewell serious and 1 wouldn't want stay,
Seniors busy-body
J>r a month the Clara Flume, one of our most that he likes Lawtey girls
Ralph and ? To help the teachers and others
minded, studious youth. lie Is
turned and that part of the Juanita likes olives that ta happen
popular seniors, was born on
Estelle and Alene were Model T too-
the head of the Dramatic
i which is having first chance Christine hasn't been Societyof
June 11, 1921 The lucky parents Fords Instead of Ausln? coming the high school. Poor Garrison Senior Class of 1938 To stand by the Seniors until
forking with the Journal is outo
Mr. upstairs at noon lately.
were and Mrs. F F. Flume,
Everyone paid his class dues? takes It all they're through.
so seriously and Is
Its part toward the good Clara started to school Brad- Doshla was disappointed in her GiftThe
at Makes
Everyone would pay his libraryfee driven nearly frantic when- the Library We want to learn and do our best,
|tation of the school paper. trip to Palatka Thursday night
ford High and is now in her ? members of his "cast" do not respond Then urge the others to do the
senior year. Besides keeping up Juanita, Doshia, and Edith were I Senior class of 1938 had rest.
to his directions. In the :
H. II. S. STAFF FOR her regular courses very well, so sleepy Sunday. most dramatic moment he will\ some money left in their treasury We are small and weak in many

FEBRUARYilitorinchlef I Clara gets excellent practice in Primary Jingles The Juniors like Literature so turn to find two female membersof after they so kindly repaired the a way,

her chosen vocation by helping in much-could It be the teacher? two sets of scenery In the high, But
his cast In our struggling minds are
engrossed the discussion
The houseparty at Torode's was school auditorium. They gave the
Jean Davis. Mr. William's office. and
of ;
a new frock or bit gay
such a success-was it because to the Mrs S. S.
sketball, L .H Harper Clara has pretty black hair, of Jewelry. He faints away It Is money library. For what we can, we're willing to>

trol, Frank Robinson.outs large grey eyes, and a dark com- The Primary School sponsoreda Junior and John Arthur were a screamlly funny scene and would Dowling, sponsor of the library do,

Arch Thomas, plect ion. She Is about 5 feet 4 luncheon last Friday, Field Day. near? alone be worth the price of admis announced that the following books And of the others we expect this

ography, Clara Mae Harley.her inches tall and weighs about 115: They made $22.24 which they are sion. You'll be greatly amused at had been purchased and each book too.

Contributors: pounds These attributes with her going to use toward making a Guess Who? the character of Windy Williamsa \ marked "Donated by class of So come on Juniors and others

anita Barefoot, Estelle Au have walk in front of the building. show 1938": tooStand-
very pleasing personality con- '" off and knowns It all, this I
J Grace Dew, Margaret Pearce, tributed much to her popularity They wish to thank the boys This young Miss is fifteen or I part is being taken by Johnny The Story of Mankind-H. W. by the Seniors until they're :

fian Dowling, Odessa Kelley, The hobbles of this dignified and girls, teachers and others who: sixteen years old, has dark blue I Chalker and he will hand you manya VanLoon. through!

}>n Dowling. senior are swimming, reading and ate with them that day, and Mrs. : eyes, black hair weight 100 laugh. And another great com- Haunted Book Shop- Christopher by Odessa Kelly. '

attending basketball and football Johns for the use of the Cafeteria. pounds, and Is five feet high. She I edy part Is that of Pansy Pearl, Morley.A .
Son of the Middle Border--
Cleans Up games. She likes to spend part -FIRST-. Is very musical for she plays the I a young negro maid. In the com- Hamlln Garland. WHY STUDY?

of her summer vacation at Kings- GRADE violin piano, and sings well. ic part Miss Peggy Stanley will\
Lake. We have some new puzzles. We Everyone likes her for her splen- convulse with HeldlSpyrl.SeventeenBooth.
ley you laughter.- The By Helen Dowling
week the Juniors are goingay Tarklngton.
have them together. -
enjoyed putting
for their carelessness Clara intends to enter Massey'sBUl'lness did personality and charming manner play is being directed by May The more you study, the more you
Captains Courageous-Kipling
She Is a Junior. Blossom, and she of all her know
Her ambition is says ,
r great craving for writing College. We have a cradle for our doll The school wishes to thank the
Answer, Grace Dew. years in the show business she The more know the
become in you more
thither and to a stenographer some you
IUS names yon on M. Middleton, teacher graduating class of 1938 for this
good firm. We feel sure she'll considers this one of the funniest forget,
walls and woodwork of the YOU gift.
bol. I say Juniors meaning get it. Just keep up the good FIKST GRADE DO KNOW? plays she has ever produced. The more you forget the less you t

pors and otherwise, for alas work Clara. We enjoyed studying about Next week we will tell you a- Elementary EchoesSIXTH know-
' The origin of the word Honey- bout Junior Adkins Why study?
alack, too, too, many pupils Florida and the citrus fruits that Doshla Smith,
( JAMES: : KINCHKN moon? It was the practice of the Edith I Rowe and tho other mem- Tho JOSH you study the less you
guilty And so, as a good re- we send to other people; now weare GltADi: NEWS/
Jiler that names belong a lot Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kinchen of studying about snow the colder ancients to drink mead or math- bers of the cast. They are all Norway Is a Interesting know, ;,
Cordele were happy eglin, a kind of wine made of grand. Plan now to be at very The less you know the less
laces' but not on walls, the Georgia very country and things that we get present 1 country to study about. We have you
Bors will paint their home room on a bright Sunday morning on from the cold country. Some of honey for thirty days after mar- B. H S., Auditorium at eight o' drawn and colored scenes of Nor- forget,

I will take the money for same I September 23 1919 when a hazel- our fuel, and clothes. riage. The moon was always associated clock Thursday, February 10th way and now we lire reading the The less you forget the more you
I christened with romance, and, of -- A ._ know-
of their tanquet funds. eyed boy, whom they -- ? ---T.T.- "
We are glad to have a new pupil, "Norwegian Twins.
arrived. course, romance with mlll'riage-- Why study?
lese worth while actions are James Helen Beckham from Miami. hence honeymoon. Mammy Sez: Leo Cooper brought UH some .
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confined As a small boy James was very Life We
to the Junior class : Magazines to look at.
to Is ?
We want our parents please What and where "Big Ben
liny means but apply to dif- very quiet and bashful but was see that we get to come to school This Is the great hour-bell In the Well another week has gone by enjoy reading and hope to get GRADE NEWS
tit sections of the entire school always thoughtful about those around every day. tower clock of the House of Par- and so much has done happeneddat some other kinds of Magazines ,

Ming and the rest rooms also him. Mrs. Roberts, teacher liament, Westminister, London. It I can't decide which thing I noon an the ones wo have are get SIOVKNTII;: GRADE NKWH/

ned with signatures, and oth- At the age of three James moved I was named for Sir Benjamin Hall should tell you chlllun first-- ting quite old. We have elected new class of

ome rooms guilty of tho same to Thressa but at the age of I FIRST GRADE Commissioner of Public Works. Dat hoseparty at Torode's musts Our enrollment Is now thirty- ficers. They are as follows:

demeanor will be cleaned. six he entered school In Daytona. We are developing a Health It was cast in 1858. been a whiz. I aln't never seen one. Our newest pupil Is Carl President, Bishop Myrick.VicePresident .

\\r. Williams urges every stu- Then his family moved to Hampton Unit On Foods. We have had an London Is the world's largest such sleepy bunch of girls in all Hough who has moved to Key- W. A Saxon

| to cooperate fully In keeping where James received two exhibit of fruits and vegetablesand city? my life! stone Heights from Nichols Secretary, Joe English;

I school clean from top to bot- years of education and finally mov- wheat and its products. We The rainiest place known In the I bet dat Junior class room aho' Mrs. Searing, teacher.- Treasurer, Roberta Whitfield

> And it goes without saying ed to dear old Bradford County In have made booklets and posters. world Is Cherra PunJI, India, with Is gonna look beautiful-like when Dorothy Williams, reporter, Librarian, Marjorie Davis

this Includes absolute ellminaJ nineteen hundred and thirty four. Miss Lilley, teacher. Its 450 inches of annual rainfall? those industrious little Juniors get Bishop made the appointment,

J of the name-writing habit. James made his introduction to what: causes a lump in a person's through painting it. SIXTH GRADE NKWH: We have been studying Ger-
School In the We are glad to have Herbert many and Austria, and found
Beanup week is the High SECOND GRADEWe throat? When one is frightened Dat sho'
a worthy proce- am an elegant jacketof
Crews back with he has been them
ninth grade as a very quiet and to have all the of hollow us as very Interesting. We have
because of the fact that It are glad a sort feeling dat Doshla's. Mammy sho wantsto been
improve the looks of bashful little boy. James has al. boys and girls back In school after comes Into the stomache, and the her her sick taking Current Events and
our compliment
on good
had time Field the Current Events
pol, leave a better Impression ways been thoughtful of others In having the chicken pox. muscles of the throat work up- taste. Everyone a big put out a test

eWComers school and Is smart and very eag- of ward pressing against the windpipe Day that was to be given all over the
and have Reading Library '
visitors and We a
Mammy sho does think dat a We are sorry to lose Harrol United States. Mrs Demorest
e it er to learn. and causing one to feel as
a better insltutlon into Second Grade Readers. Bet-
forty certain group of girls are more Lombison. He has moved to Gra told us It would be hard and every-
h learn the three James has reached the height of Ann Flynn has charge of the If there were a lump there.
R's. ty than jest plain ole' brave for goin' one had been studying for it. The
inch I believe When Where the hottest place in the ham.We
six feet and one Library this week. wehave
I In swimming In Kingsley LakeIn are making scenes from our highest grade in 7-W was 76 and
that James says his favorite colorIs finished Reading a book we U. S. is located' A narrow valley
chool Patrol January. book. We the highest In 7
Boy History enjoy drawing, grade -A was 60.
all the in California, called "Death
blue. It seems that list it in a booklet called "BooksI
Desa Juniors sho' am editing a coloring and painting It was really hard! We found out
between the
seniors love blue as their favorite Read.'e are very interested Valley, Panamlnt
.e school boy patrol was reI'y have good paper for do Seniors while Mills| Kennedy, teacher after we had taken the test that
and Funeral Mountains is
color. We wonder why? His fav and are trying to See considered -
for their Garnlta Hutto, reporter In one of the other Current Events
reorganized by the prlncl- basketball and the dryest and hottest dey gets ready play-
orite are books we can read by
I lorr E L. Williams sports how many but Mammy thinks dat dey havesho' there were the answers to all tho
baseball and his hobbies are swim- the end of school. place in the United Btntes FOURTH MKAIMO: NKWM .

\\f Williams has two squads, ming and going places just as the Mrs. Ritch, teacher. How fast an eagle can fly? The got to work kinds hard to Margie Kersey has been out of questions.The
" u, a make it better than the Junior I test was divided Into threo
the B to vast in
section rest of us enjoy doing. James -*- eagle, souring a height school for two weeks and is still

1 the A section they go on from weighs about one hundred and six- I SECOND GRADK the sky, can rise out of sight in play. sick Marian Brown just came groups: National Affairs Foreign:
stlay less than three minutes thus attaining Mammy Is Jest wondering why Affairs and Names In The News.
one week until Wednes- ty pounds. We are glad to have Kenneth back to school after having the
thj of less than dat Enza has done changed, her Virginia Sewell reporter
next week and then this James that his favorite Grider in our room. a speed no chicken pox.
teen; goroon from Thursday are says History IV. EnglishIV We have been reading about'Trains" sixty miles an hour. Theme song "Hurry Home"-to We have finished our study of Mrs Wainwright teacher
next subjects activity workbook Where milk pails are filled from "Who Blew out The Flame." and ---.
Wednesday afternoon Could( it be the In our Norway are starting our study
each typing. Insteadof I We have learned how peopleeat trees? In South America there are Lands a live I done almost for- of the Hutch NINE-A NKUS:
group each boy has a James likes .
''y with teacher that some trees which are known as"cowtrees" got to tell you dat John Chalkerhas We are glad to have a new pupilIn
whom he works from ? For not many of and sleep on trains. pre- In our art this week we are
until the subjects which when wounded been bit by the love bug Dat 0-A; Louise Matthews of Law
the taking a tripon In and colorIng
end of school. too well. tended that we were drawing tulips vases
to any
.ch boy us love too yield a rich milky, nutritious juicein little brunette from Jacksonville them. Mrs. Hart Is readingto tey
who one,
serves on the pat- James hasn't fully made< up his teacher. great abundance, and resembles sho' did make a hit with him. We have two very good artistsIn
from Kitty Hogsed. us, The Dutch Twins.
[ ..1 will now until the end of mind about what he wants: to do In quality and appearance the Dat Junior Adkins has done Mrs. Hart teacher our room-J. E. and Odell; we

get certificates of ser- as his life work but we all know THIRD GICAOB"How : milk of the cow. gone and started a new fad 'round Marian Drown reporter. wonder which one Is the better. ?

(" whatever it should be he will makea to use a Telephone" was When "In God We Trust" was dill burg. He don mixed milk and Harry Kellum, reporter.

ore three posts. One is I Coca-Cola--and drank itNice FOURTH GKADK NKUSWe : _
success. title of one of our English first used on United States coins?
th the Typewriter bons
roadone at the north James 'has only one brother lessons this week. We had the use This motto, upon the gold and stuff if you like it A. Z. have two new pupils In our and carbon
one at the south end of He says he and have Frank and James paper at tho Bradford County Tel-
not any sisters. telephones, now after silver coins of the United States, Edith seems to a new room McKinney
of two play
"ol area... his brother wish to travel In their much practice In the school room was authorized in 1865, at the flame- Chile why didn't you greet Graven ograph

on/-' on one post future life. we are ready to try our skill witha suggestion of Salmon P. Chase him when he done come by do Marlon Crews has been absentfor -. ---

.v '1""'. mal ning from Good luck to you James through real telephone. Chief Justice. The phrase la tak- school house de other day. Poor several wet-kn We miss him. I\U 'V f,f''O'tfIiIIS MLOI-UA

'9 bunch; from 11:65: your future life an ddon't forget' Thursday afternoon several of en from the "St.ir-Spangled Banner little Gainesville\ boy We have learned many InterestIng .0\vt.:1& ... LIOU' Col

'. 1 11;' the afternoon from us from the Senior Class of 38 the children grouped themselves in which occur the lines: Dis is all till next week--so all things during our study of you Let a In 1..1 ob'.lnlr moo who lIueetr'e...I.t...r....

> >1i: ). Each week the boys and '39. various telephones and did some "Then conquer we must for our you boys and girls be sweet chll- Norway. Our teacher la reading ..". d. soar ....... Wlrt...

'from pest 1 to post 2 from Alma Murrhee. historian. at real telephoning. We had some cause It is just. lun. The Norwegian Twins to us. n.._........ Uee.edabl.eervle.. .

1 2 to post 3, ete. There are sheets real fun, too. And thla be our motto, 'In God Is Yours, | Miss Edwards teacher o. J. PHILLIPS Lawtey

2 substitute boys. Each week Yellow and white second Mrs Biggs, teacher. Our Trust'" Mammy. Dorothy BarnhiU. reporter. (

change also. at the Bradford County Telegraph.

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Bridge Shower Given Snow White Is Theme of (I r drawn characters who also play ITEMS CROWDED OUTA Young Democrats--

their parts. last minute rush of advertis- ,
Honoring Miss Rowe Birthday Party
d "Journey Of Taplola" Robert I ing made it necessary to omit several N. D. Wainwright Jr ,
$ fr4f'S Miss Rosa Mae Rowe, whose I Little Miss Marguerite Fowler Nathan. I society items and a number of the Young Democratw \:tab
Charles E. Burton was honored on her eighth birthday '
engagement to : This amusing story will delight of locals from the Telegraph this Bradford County, has
with giv- I'
a party
anniversary called
of Rome, Georgia, was recently announced -I week. These will be held over for I
en by her grandmother Mrs R. you and you will fall in love with meeting of the organization
the honoree at abridge I our next Issue. fc
': was A. Thomas. I Taplola the tiny Yorkshire terrier tonight (Friday) in the

Howe Burton Marriage Mrs. Long's Class Gives party and miscellaneous The young honoree, dressed In a I who had a slightly drunken appearance house at 7:30: o'clock. cod\
when Miss
shower Thursday night Prize Still Offered E1ectlIQ!
Date Is SetSunday Piano RecitalMrs. Virginia Fugate entertained the Snow White costume, greeted her because his mistress Insisted will be held for club officers
guests at the door and them Col. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- aw
February 5, bas been F. H. Long pleasingly entertained members of her bridge club and a on tying a ribbon on the top delegates to the state :
colorful to wear, each of that convent
caps repre- man Sebring announce .
her music class, their few invited guests. of his head. He had a ex- .
announced as the date for the senting one of the seven dwarfs.A very their offer of $5 for the beat name
1 marriage of Miss Rosa Mae Rowe, parents and a few friends home, on Attractive arrangements of narcissi Snow White center piece was citing time when, with Richard, I for their subdivision of the old RE.CIFK CORRECTION
her on
afternoon at
urday calendulas, and. fern
daughter of Mr. J. B. Rowe and N. Walnut Street, at which time were used and other decorations were In the canary, and Jeremiah, the rat, Caskins[ place is still open. Several In last week's Telegraph it
used to advantage in the
the late Mrs. Rowe and CharlesE. a recital was given by members living the colors of red and white. A he decided to do something really good suggestions have already stated that the'recipe foi WaI
and where the RUa11J
dining rooms tables
Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the class in piano music. BelowIs were placed.At white birthday cake, with red big so that they would no longerbe I been received but the contest will Tea sent In by Mrs. J M. BraWl< .!
of Ga., The !
Frank Burton
the program which reflects credit candles, was cut and served to the considered insigniflcent. remain open for several weeks lee would serve twenty-five
marriage ceremony will be per on both the teacher and pupils: the conclusion of the game guests with red lemonade. "Ramparts We Watch" Major longer. Names should be mailed It should have read that it cqk
formed by the minister of the the winner bf high score was presented to the Nollmans at Sebring. wOUI
"Drifting" (Williams), by Har- Eliot. serve seventy-five.
Methodist church in Rome. with a double deck of cards
vene Watterson. Officers of 2nd Battalion This book is interesting as well : O-
and the winner of the
bingo( game OQOI o00:::::;
'4'' L. T. L. Notice "Merry Mill Stream" (Williams) received a crystal daisy button Enjoy Fish Supper as enlightnlng on the question of 8
Bettle Horne. our means of national defense. D
i peasant hat. Officers of the 2nd Battalion, Just Arrived !
The Loyal Temperance Legion o a
Hunters" (Williams) Those who are interested in the affairs -
will meet with Miss Gladys John- "Up Merry Miss Fugate's gift to the hon- 124th Infantry Florida National of today will enjoy reading
by Barbara Home oree was two Ice tea glasses In her Guard entertained at a bar-
eon on next Tuesday afternoon for were '
the of Eliot who is in
plan Major
"Gentle Night" (Williams) by
a meeting and Valentine Box at Watterson. selected pattern of crystal. becued fish supper by Headquarters a position to speak with authorityon NEW SPRING FROCKS I
tour o'clock. All children from six The hostess was assisted in Company at the home of Lt.
this which Is Important
question more -
. t : to twelve are urged to attend. "Lullaby" and "SnowShoeing"Williams serving a dessert course to her and Mrs. T. T, Long last Thurs- at the time than ,
( ) by Billy Smith guests by her aunt, Mrs. J. F day night at eight o'clock. o
i. "Sing, Birdie Sing" (Cram) by ever before. 0
Colley. The guests barbecued fish In the e
.a. -----J Dorothy Matthews. The local library shows unusu- GAY PRINTS! !
Those to enjoy the ] of the outdoor living
present even- fireplace .
"Aloha Oe" (Lillnokolani] ) by ally good rating for one of its
Ing with Miss Rowe and Miss room which was made more attractive n
Arthur Williams size. In "What America Is Read- '
( 1j Fugate were: Miss Martlle Hem- the of Mexican
by use
The Happy Farmer" (Schumann Ing," out of sixteen fiction books SHEERS!
ingway, Misses Myrtice and Flor- pottery and Fiesta ware.
) by Jenell Wilkerson. listed it has fourteen, and elevenof U
j j "Lightly Row" and, "Far from led Killlngsworth, Miss Madge Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. seventeen non-fiction listed.
Exciting ColorCombinations
0 O Whigham, Miss Lorraine
Smith Richard G. Kldd assisted Mrs. o
Home" (folk songs) by Marguerite New books are coming in everyday 0
Garner Miss Frances Peek, Miss Lillian Long in entertaining and servingthe I Take advantage of your lib- e 9
Rowe, Mrs J. L. Anderson and !
"The Sleigh Ride" (Williams) guests. rary and get those books you
Mrs. Richard Smith.Woman's .
by Seleta Sparks. After supper the officers held have been so long wanting to read.

Bargain* Are "Festival March" (Low) by Leo- Club their regular business meeting.The The Library is open from one
To 0 0I ii
nard Smith. $3.98 to $24.98
officers who were presentto o'clock to six every day except
nat always At the close of this charming Have Program Meeting enjoy this delightful affair Sunday. r.i1} IOW"t
the hostess served hot
program The regular program meeting of were: Major Fred A. Safay, Com- --
. what-iheyseem chocolate and cake. to the guests. the Starke Woman's Club will be mander of Battalion, Captain ii ,:' Sizes 10 to 44 i

held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Frank M. Whiddon, Lt. George W. o
Baptist Circle Meets o'clock in the club auditorium Sears, Lt. Ned A. Patton, Lt. Wil- Step out in a NEW Spring 0

especially Circle No. 1 of the Woman's with the president, Mrs. L. A liam J. Thomas Lt. William E. g V'r I I frock Now! Choose from the

Missionary Society of the Baptist Canova, in the chair. Ball, all of Jacksonville; Captain ''C- I 'arr,.* newest bolero, pleated or monk

us mntrance Church will meet Monday after- Mrs. L. D. Vining, chairman of Mahone Reese, Jr., Lt,, Frank M. U Ur ': ,c<: styles I Spirit-lifters allwear
noon at 3:00: o'clock] at the home Education will have charge of the Green Lt. Louie C. Wadsworth,
' premiums: Ir'iSURE of Mrs. Floyd Green. Mrs. L. G. program for the afternoon and will: all of Live Oak; Captain Edmund o yours thru Spring! ,g

Powell Is leader of Circle No. 1. present Mr. W. B. Sewell, who will A. Wright, Lt. Hugh A. Wilson, U ,. Black, navy, wine. Q

WITH Circle] No. 2, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, give an address on "Education in of Lake City; Lt. T. T. Long, and Provides 9 '
leader, will meet with Mrs. G. W. the Home." Lt. Rlcnard G. Kldd of Starke. of Also pastel sportsweaters
CASH-In event accident.
Mrs S. P. Vandlvl-
Hostesses will be Mrs. O. L. CASH-In event of illness.
t ere at their home. Circle No. 3 Haynes, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Woman's Chorus To Meet CASH-To pay hospital bills.

Mrs. H. L. Hough, leader will meet Sr.,, Mrs. W. L. Wall,"Mrs. E. S. The Woman's Chorus of the CASH-To pay doctor bills. 1 1 \\L( 0

with Mrs. Annie Rlcharde at the
; OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Matthews Mrs. T.: K. McClane, Jr., Starke Woman's Club Is rehears CASH-or a monthly income CLARJEANSHOPPE a ap i
_._,_ __ _.___a State Farm. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, Mrs. W. E. ing each Tuesday afternoon at for life at retirement. _
fit. ._ Murphree, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, 3:30: o'clock at. the home of Mrs. CASH-Or a monthly incomefor
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Mrs. R. C. Buford. and Miss Willie L. A. Canova. All members are your of loved ones in
event premature
Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Mb to Reader Mae Hinson. urged to attend regularly Plans death. n .

; EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE for special music are being made. You pay for Perfect Protection PHONE 97 *
MODERATE W. C. T. U. Meets whether you own it or not-- Y
Send for complete details TO. L U I t
DeWITT C. JONES The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. NEW BOOKS DAY-NOW! Flowers, Arranged for Any Purpose I d

SUrko Florida Quigley last week and we had an o
interesting meeting. The Union AT LIBRARY i OE o. -3 ol E3 O IZ_ ______-O d O______ IOE3OI 'IAbb 0 s sY
will meet with Mrs. W. P. Smithon -"--

Friday (today) at three o'clock. The Library is very fortunateIn Reliance Life Insurance Company

SPECIALYOUR < Anyone desiring to meet with us obtaining the following books: of I'ittsburgOUR
' i will find our meeting Inspirational] "Decorating The House"! by Helen

." l and will be welcome .., Kouse, director of the Good House-
CAR LUBRICATED FOR t35c keeping' Studio bn how to decor-

Methodist Circles To Meet ate the home. This book has over SPRING a'n a ': ,

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO Circles of the Woman's Missionary 270 Illustrations. "Old China" by ARRIVING STOCK DAILY IS

Society of the Methodist N. Hudson Moore, a valuable hand- We Must Make Room For
PAYSmith's book the collector ]
church will meet Monday after- for "Early It

noon at three o'clock. Circle American Furniture" by Thomas So We Offer You
H. Ormsbee, an" informal history These ..r
Number One will
meet at the par- Rock
with Mrs. of the craftsmen of the "PilgrimCentury" Bottom Specials
Garage sonage Frank Robinson.
Circle Number Two will meet with It is a chatty book of Sweaters andJackets
old Mrs. Carrie Rltch. furniture lore for lovers of antiques -

um_ and those interested In I ,
Y Amer cana "Old Glass" by N.,
For Men And Boys
Hudson Moore. This handsome

book discusses European and I r

American Glass. Also the "Dog ; ,,. .Irr, d

Tailoring DisplayBy Owners Manual''* by Josephine Z ..wII

Rine, a most complete reference

bonk on the care, feeding, breed- r l lt +

Ing and training of dogs. l l.r, "


"My Days"-Eleanor Roosevelt,

: SCHLOSS BROS. & Coe White Mrs.House Roosevelt is In as touch hostess with of the the

most Important of the country's H15iORYP

} affairs and personalities. She tells
k of her tasks and pleasures in a

Baltimore Md.: jfA1jJj manner that makes them' the Cost and Below Cost ?r, ,1r' :
readers As.
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that helps you to understand and

For solve your own. "My Days" is a BUS
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everyday life of one of our out- ,ry ryl
: Spring and Summer
standing women but as a personal
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Air and Mrs. Glen bearing ana Mrs. Virginia Carpenter and urday visiting Green Newson, who she i la confined In a hospital at Teachers' Exams.
faintly 01 jULKSOUvUia b icui tuo daughter, Joan, of Tallahassee I is ill Palatka.
\eeK-enu here wilu *ai. uau .11<.I411. the week-end at Brooker Teachers' Examinations started
.. spent Walter Underhill made a business Friends and relatives In this section
BitsIDeal of i.. oiernbetg.Mr.: with Mrs. Carpenter's father R. i trip to Jacksonville Saturday. are sorry to report the deathof yesterday.at the court house and

A. Weeks and Mrs. Weeks I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and the aixteen-montha-old baby of will continue through today and

and Mrs. A. I. Spencer unu children, Reed and Mead, were Mr. and Mrs. Ralforcl Carroll. The tomorrow. The exams are being I
daughter Amce, Mr. and AUUau < Marjorie Sue Middleton and visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Con- little fellow was a victim of Pneu- held in the court room.
NeW J : <':ham !lzls, biases Kuoy ana Grace Foxworth of Jacksonville nor of Saxton Saturday. monia. Funeral services were
vaue Jj-ugate, all of Jacksonville spent the week-end here as guestsof Mr and Mrs. W. C. Connor held at the grave in Dyal Ceme-
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND were guests\ bunday ox car anu Marjorie Sue's grandparents, made a business trip to Gaines- tery last Tuesday, January 24, at
Mrs. J. 1'. Colley and miss Virginia Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. ville Friday. eleven o'clock. SEA FOODS
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Fugate.Mrs. Eldon Sapp has returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hersey Oysters
home here after spending the
Sherman Bates, who Is a seniorat and children Leon and Marvin, past Shrimp
five months in Miami where he was
L. S. Hutto, financial sec- the University of Florida of Jacksonville were dinner guests I employed. Mackerel
retary of the Woodman Circle, re- Gainesville, was the week-end of :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Wednesday 1 Mullet
R. C. Keen and Chism
spent Tues- Mrs. A. G. Dudley of the State home of his uncle Rudolph
K. Perryman guest at the
E. that all dues be to her
[rs quests paid were visiting friends at Bootsey'sBeach Red BassSpeckled
Farm was a visitor here Wednes- and aunt Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
ln' Jacksonville. afternoon.Mrs. by Saturday.Mrs. H. C. Hobbs made a business I Thursday night. Perch
day White.
i, trip to Raiford Wednesday. i We are sorry to report" the Sea Trout
B. Flynn spent Tuesday In :Miss Audrey McRae of Pine I many cases of measules in this ce- TI"Y'RELWA1"S< FICESII
on business. I* G. PoWell and Mrs. G. Julian Hartrldge and Mrs. Miss Mary Harriet Bishop and Level spent Friday with Mrs. R. I .
rat City B. Flynn spent Thursday afternoonin Carlos Gomez of Jacksonville were Miss Betty Jo Frazier, studentsat R. Crosby. ,tlon.Thomas Lewis of RiMing spent AT

re. H. A. Bishop, Harold, and Jacksonville.Mr. luncheon and Mrs.guests A. Z. Thursday Adkins. of Judge spent Southern the week-end College here In with Lakeland Miss, :Mr. and Mrs. H. :H. Lewis and Saturday night here with Loran Magnolia Fish Mk't.

Bishop spent Saturday in Bishop's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner were I Conner.
a and Mrs. W. A. Bcssant, Jr., dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. -_ _. ....
ksonvllle.LS Paul E. Canova, who is Bishop. "m.
and baby, Mary Carol, were recent employed Bishop Thomas at LaCrosse Sun-

conway, of Albany N. Y., visitors in Lake City. ing in department Bartow by, the spent State the Audit-week- Miss Carol White and Miss Frances day. Scouts
of her sister, Mrs. P. Burns of Lake City, who are Mr*. Lon Conner and little son, Congratulations
he end here with his family.
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. J.
Glen, her
anova, Jr.iIIII : students at Southern Colege, In were visiting parentsMr.
Green and daughter, Judy, spent and Mrs. Walter Clemons of
Lakeland were week-end guestsof Troop 70 Best Wishes for and
Tuesday In Jacksonville. Miss Violet Parker and Frank I : a Happy
Martha Brownlee and Miss Miss White's parents, Mr. and Heilbronn Springs Sunday
Parker of New York
City were
, of Jacksonville Long Life. C. H. Nasworthy
"othy Coburn Mrs O. W. White.Dr.
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.
of Miss Mrs. A. F. :mauls and Miss
e guests Sunday Louise N. Sternberg and family. GUM BRANCH
Snyder are visiting rela-
Mr. and Mrs. and
wnlee's parents. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza
tives In Miami this week. Annie Mae Harnago, Cor.
i. Brownlee. Mrs. R. A. Green and son, Rob- little son, Clifford Miss Gloria
ert Alexis were guests Wednes- i Johns and Tommy Ritch, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Tip Top GroceryAND
Merrill Struth of Sanford was with
sonville, spent Sunday here
day of Mrs. Green's parents, Mr family of Pine Level were visiting
the week-end guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin
and Mrs. Y. A. Harris, In Gaines- relatives in this section Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mrs. Carrie Rltch.
ville. afternoon.
flilfiiiik I,
Mrs. H. Keene and sons, R. C. MARKETWe
Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent several L. C. Ray has returned after Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Brown- and Harley J. A. Harnage, and
this week in Tallahassee with lee and Catherine, of Hawthorne
days baby -
spending six: weeks in Jacksonville the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. have,here for convenience the
her sister Miss Dorothy Sapp. spent the week-end here your ,
with his
son and daughter-
Johnson attended Church at Shady
in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. LaurieG. with Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Brown- Grove Sunday. best and widest selection of fancy foods,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessant Jr., lee. Catherine remained for a
and baby, Mary Carol. spent Sun- Ray. longer visit with her gan pnrents. -Mr. and Mrs J. F. Shaw'of the for you to select from. Enjoy a numberof

SALEFryers and fat hens. day in Gainesville'with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M, F. Brown and in State this Farm section were Sunday visiting afternoon.relatives our Cut Prices February 4 & 5, 1939

[rices reasonable. Mrs. E. J. children, Florence and Marcus, Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and Mrs. .
Friends and relatives of Mrs.F.
ynn. Kingsley Lake road Itp Mr. and Mrs. Paul Savage and spent the week-end in Tampa with G. W. Alderman spent Monday
Dan Reamer of Keystone Heights: Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. J. J. afternoon in Jacksonville. They S. Sapp are sorry to know that MOST BEAUTIFUL: S lb... Celery each 5c
fl RENTFurnished apartment were business visitors here Wed- Fitzgerald. were accompanied to Jacksonvilleby ,
single room to responsible nesday.Mrs. Miss Louise Marshburn, who
rson or persons. 537 W. Call I Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Black and has been recuperating at the home I, Bananas lOc Lettuce each 71h
reet, Starke. ItpR P. E. Canova, Mrs. Bob son Jimmy, of Macclenny spent of her grandmother, Mrs. Alderman i i ,
Conway, Mrs. Glen Wood and Bil- the week-end here with Mrs. from a serious operation.
SALEQt. strawberry
thousand. Copenhagen cups ly Powell spent Monday In Gaines- Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Friends will be glad to learn that I'ANOY
bbage per plants $1 per thousand. ville. N. Kendrick. she resumed her duties in connec- POTATOES 10 PouniU ll20c
tion with the State Board of _
B. Alvarez, Starke. tf 1-27 p
Stanley Bennett spent the week- Don Stllley of Jacksonville was Health on the first of February. FIRM
SALE"Seeds that Succeed" end in Jacksonville with Mrs. Bennett the week-end guest of his brother- .+----- 1MT4; CABBAGE Poun
bans, corn, peanuts squash, and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs R. RISINGMrs.

[kes, tomato, pepper, melons, Boree. C. Buford, and his mother, Mrs. II. II. Lewis, CorrespondentMrs.
kra, potatoes, and chufas. Also Letle Stllley. ONIONS 3 Pound lOcMUIIY'H
ole) Planters and Fertilizer Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Paul Paulk and little Asset exceed 114,000.000
jintrlbutors, at White's Store. spent the week-end in Jacksonville Miss Lois Long of Jacksonville, daughter, Fay, of Jacksonville, FANCY
1-27 4t p with Mr. and Mrs. Jack accompanied by her little niece, were visiting her parents, Mr. and More than $4 ,000,000 insurance COUPON 2 Tall Cans COFFEE
Briggs. Lois Cornelia Carroll, were week- Mrs. Walter Underhill, Wednes- la force

'. SALE, OR bath RENT-Bungalow, electric ,, W. Alderman, Mrs. S. end guests of Miss Long's mother, day.Mrs. than 90 cent of the 330 from lOo to ISo per pound
| rooms lights Mrs. G. Mrs. F. H. Long. Luther Harrell of Brooker Larger per MILK 11etuae
[>t and cold water, large yard, P. Vandivere and son, Pitner, and was a recent guest of Miss Vera American Life Insurance companies Freshly Roasted
rden plot and chicken yard. Miss Louise Marshburn of Jack-
Friends of Mrs. E. E. Canova, Leo Lewis.
the week-end in Reliance Life has paid more than 123 FINK CANK' 5 I.....
ne-half mile from paved street sonville spent who has been making her home Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby, Mr. Freshly Ground
i East Call Street. Easy terms. Tallahassee as guests of Mr and with her son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs. J. L. Connor, n. R. million dollars to policyholders To Suit Your
e i A. E. Wall Klng&]ley Lake.nv Mrs. G. C. White and Mrs., E. R. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, dur- Crosby and Mr. ,and<< Mrs. L. L. and beneficiaries since organization : -
tf 1 Marghburn.' .4fe* ing the renovating of her home onWalnut Connor attended the Fifth Sunday in 1903VIIAICOLD : Needs

Street, will be Interestedto meeting in Jacksonville Friday C. WALL, Agency JKUKLI 2 1118.I .
learn that work has been completed and heard the evangelist, Dr. J. I Inu: TOI KANICOFFEE > "
Reliance Life Insurance ConsPliny 227c
NAT SEZ: 'I and Mrs. Canova has returned Frank Norris of Ft Worth, TCXUB. of I'IttsburgPRWST'S I LARD 19c18c _
these Birthday to her home. H. H. Lewis was In Starke Sat .
I'm sure glad -
"IlrF.I- 1OIM TO1 BRAN Pound
Halls don't come around more than Ibund
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once a year-that gl\e me
month, to recuperate from the last BACON
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y one before: I have to turn out for
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along fine Friday night 'til one of
these Jitterbug come up and ask'd MAX\\KLI, : l'oun BACON ttyl.
: ""'hat's the mutter You COFFEE 27cKraft I
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1IJllt'10F- Emergency Crop Miami,-Eight cartons of Vac- TAMPAAt least 22 baw-b'

m lIouseholdCELERY.VEGETABL Em And Field Loans cine and !serum were shipped to clubs eight of them major le1lUe:

Chile aboard a Pan American Clip- teams, will soon be heading tor !
-- I per for use in the earthquakezone Florida and spring training

Applications for emergency crop where typhoid is reported.The trek will start late in FebtlJal'J rat

4 ARISTOCRATBy II and feed loans for 1939 are now } 262-pound shipment, consigned and by mid-March the ttulnlng,

being received at County Agent's'' r by the Red Cross, took precedence will reach a peak, continuing unUI

Isabelle S. Thursby office after 5 o'clock p. m. by O. J. | over other freight and passengers well Into April. It is estimate
Extension Economist In Food the teams will spend
Rountree, Field Supervisor of th
v., ConservationWhat Feed Loan.: .--- ly $500,000 during their stay |In
\ vegetable compares with Emergency Crop I' DEPOSITS SHOW INCREASE Florida, including hotels travel.
? Section of the Farm Credit Ad mlnlstration. ing equipment
r celery for flavor and crispness TALLAHASSEE -' Deposits in expenses and mcl

f What vegetable, unless It be as- Florida state banks Increased almost dentals. In April the teams Will

The loans will be made as in i i $4,000,000 in the year ending break camp and start northward'playing ,

aristocratic' the past, only to farmers whose ay, i last December 31. Comptroller J. exhibition games in route,
Floridians know that their state small and M. Lee announced total depositsat and arriving at home parks la
r Is one of the greatest celery pro- who cash cannot requirements obtain credit from any WINS FIRST PRIZE IN COTTON CONTESTWinner the end of business last year around time to open 20.the annual I season
ducing areas in the country, and other source. The money loaned I were $79,900,000 against $7 ,903-

that between February and May ; will be limited to the farmer's immediate of first prize In the 1938 State Sea Island Cotton Contest Is 000 a year before. During the .

I seventy-five percent of the nation's I and actual cash needs for Mrs. J. F. Hornbeak of Moss Bluff, near Ocala. Her cotton was grown same period state bank resources WANTS ANOTHER: CANt
is right here In Increased $4,600,000 to $93,100- Lakeland-H. J, Drane, former
supply grown I growing his 1939 crops or for the }t ; within half a mile of where the 1937 "best bale" originated. Mrs. Horn- has
Florida. of feed for livestock. 000. congressman announced thi
Perhaps It is better for the purchase obtain the beak modestly gives her family credit for the honor, and the picture filing of an application with the
Farmers who can
home gardener to turn his attention funds they need from individual above shows Daughter Ruby, Son Fred, Mrs. Hornbeak, and Son Carl. McCALL PLANS APPEAL Reconstruction Finance Corpora.

t to growing other vegetables production credit association, s F'p Inset shows Ginner G. L. Dove of the Plllana & Smith Ginnery in Ocala, TALLAHASSEE Counsel for lion for a loan of $16,000,000 to
better adapted to his experience bank, or other concern are not eligible I It who ginned the prize bale for the second consecutive year .(Photo Cour- Franklin Pierce McCall, condemned canal cost from of a Hlllsborough deep-water ship
h and to his soil conditions and obtain and loans will not be made I ransom-klduaper of James Bay
tesy Marlon County News). through the Alafia River to
his Florida celery on the martt' clients' i
to standard rehabilitation Bailey Cash, Jr, prepared papers
, Lakeland. The
point near
ket. whose current needs are providedfor I yesterday for an appeal to the Port Polk

Celery, the non-waste vegetable! by the Farm Security Admini- CASH, FOOD AND FEED BOATDRAlN HAMPTON United. States Supreme Court. C. County application, according Authority to made the '
We think it is not an extravagance the CROPS ALL IMPORTANT of said he would Drano
stration, formerly known as Airs. Z. Z. Griffis, Cor. A. Avrlett Jasper
Miss Ada Correspondent "The canal will not
even when somewhat high Resettlement Administration. SAYS PLANNING GROUP Nlnnno ask Chief Justice Glenn Terrell for only serve thi
of section which
priced. Every bit of It can be who ob- Mrs. Mose Fouse has returned an order to stay effectiveness of a heart a contains
( As in the past, farmers Ladies of the Hampton Baptist several hundred
used-the Inner white stalks, always and feed DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Producing i to her home in Lake City after, chicken state supreme court decision that years supply ot
tain emergency crop Church will sponsor a pebble-rock phosphate, but will al.
raw of course; the large to the week with her must die in the electric
first cash crops provide nec- spending past McCall
loans will give as security a supper at the school house tonight so tap the center of the Florida
V white stalks as a cooked vegetable.The lien.on the crop financed or a first essities and feed and food crops sister, Mrs. Ralph Galney. (Friday) beginning at six o'clock. chair aC Raiford prison. Citrus Belt," Drane stated. "It wffl l
leaves can be used as greensor Griffis in .
lien on the livestock to be fed if for farm animals and the family Zennas spent Sunday Everyone Is Invited. be 26 miles in length, 210 feet In
like the root, thrown Into soup, borrowed is to be used Clay County with his brother, Joe' HAS 920,000 FIRE
the money and width and will
to add aromatic was urged on Walton County The Rev. C. R. Robinson permit transoceanic
stews, or sauces Griffis.
to purchase feed for JACKSONVILLE A four
produce or
flavor. Even the water in which farmers at a series of 15 educa- Green and family are attending to businessat freighters to load cargos
livestock. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. alarm fire of undetermined origin
this week. at modern terminal
DeLeon Springs a designed to
celery is cooked is excellent for tional meetings sponsored recently daughter, Sharon and Miss Opal damaged a two-story building In
Where loans are made to ten- The Junior High School here meet the needs of citrus, phot-
Y t stock or sauces. ants, the landlords, or others having by the County Agricultural Morrell visited Mrs. M. J. RussIn will soon close for this session. It the downtown business section and phate and other shippers"

t It. .Is a.good idea to start celery_ an Interest in the crops fin Planning Council and County Lake Butler Sunday. the stock of an office furniture
L has been the most successful' term:: -
r cooKing in DOlling sail water, using anced or the livestock to be fed, Agent Mitchell Wilkins and Home Miss Ethel Gatlin of Starke was company here. While thousands of
only enough water to keep it are required to waive their claimsin Agent Miss Eloise McGriff. the guest of Miss Thelma Prevatt of school ever taught here, for Saturday night shoppers lookedon I I The Telegraph makes an ideal I
from boifing dry. Test for tender- which Professor M. W. Marrow gift for your friends who are |
last week-end. firemen battled for more thanan away
favor of a lien to the Governorof The program urges each farmer and his efficient staff deserve
; ness In about fifteen minutes. Do Mrs. Mae Prevatt is spendingthis hour before checking the from home.
the Farm Credit Administration to keep on the farm at much credit.
not overcook as that makes celery until the loan Is repaid. two good milk cows two good week in Oviedo with her sis flames. Fire chief W. Q. Dowlingsaid -

flabby. Do not throw away the Checks in of approved brood sows, and 50 l laying hens, ter. Contention a preliminary estimate plac- TRAIN SCHEDULE
water in which celery is cooked, payment The convention of the Christian
ed the loss at $20,00.BONDHOLDERS I
and to grow an all-year garden. Schedule of trains arriving hen
loans will be mailed from the Reg-
Churches of Bradford and Union
If is left because not
any ional and Feed Wilkins and Miss McGriff says NEW RIVERMrs. dally. Subject to change without|
Emergency Crop
part of the good flavor is lost, but Counties convened with the Hampton -
minerals and vitamins as well. : Loan Office at Columbia, South that progress is being made to- O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Christian Church on January SUE BELLA notice.
Carolina. ward the goal, after checking re- A $75,000 suit was filed -
chief- 28 and 29. damage Southboui.d Due Starke
Nutritionists you know, are Interesting messageswere -
sults for the three Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and Miss
ly Interested in celery as a rich past years. delivered by the following against this town In Federal No. J.-Local, ._____ 11.25pm.|
source of calcium and Vitamin B. POINTERS ON PROBLEMSOF They reported that 30 percent Betty Crosby made a business ministers: W. C. Burton of Hampton Court by bondholders of the town. No. Ill-Through____ 10.29 p.a I
farmers had milk in trip to Lake Butler Monday after-
more cows
When celery is tender, season TRUCK GROWERS ARK W. T. Mlnshew of Lake Butler The bill of complaint alleges that I No. 107-Through____ 837an.|
1938 than in 1935, 20 percent more noon.
with butter or bacon fat and salt SUGGESTED BY WORKERS W. R. Bundlge of Ohio, A. B. the plaintiffs hold pastdue bonds'
had poultry flocks, hogs, cash those the Northbound-Due Starke
Among attending and amounting to $57-
,' coupons
and pepper. Serve it In cream Coke of Gainesville, A. B. Robinson -
and feed crops, 15 percent more Christian Church Convention at 320 and that each bond from the No. 2-Local_______ 5.28 a,m I
sauce if family prefers it. of Jacksonville, and W. T.
your (Information in this column grew cotton, 23 percent more raised Hampton Sunday were Mr, and McGuire of Starke. date of maturity until the dateof No. 108-Through____ 541pm.j
Have you ever tried cooking cel- from research workers of peanuts 10 percent had put in
comes Mrs. E. A. Sapp and family, Mr. payment carries a six percent
? ery with an equal quantity of turnips the State Experiment Station In permanent pastures, and 40 per- and Mrs. M. L. Johns and family Music was furnished by the Rev. interest ate. Most of the bonds Starke and Bell Branch
y or carrots? Celery and toma- C. R. Robinson, of the Hampton No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. n.1
Gainesville ) cent had terraced land. and Miss Doris Crosby.Mr. were issued from 1924 to 1926
toes make a delicious dish, using, Baptist Church and Calvin War- No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. n.|
say two cups of cut celery with a Poultry fertilizer Is valuable in !' Economist C. M. Hampson of Joe Dowling of Live Oak ren. They were accompanied at and maturity dates range from (Dally except Sunday's)
producing truck crops particular- the State Agricultural Extension spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1936 to 1954..
quart of tomatoes simmered with ,? the piano by Mrs G. W. Rhame, T. J. GRIFFIN Agent
. ly'cucumbers. To prevent the es- Service, principal speaker at the W. B. Lazenby.Mrs. Jr. .
t an onion and a bit of bay leaf.
cape of ammonia from the pile, recent meetings stated that a A. S. Crosby ,of Sunny- The meeting was a marked suc- I NAIL IN HIS NECK ENJOY YOUR MEALS

Celery leaves may be cooked add 75 to 100 pounds of superphos- study of well managed Walton brook Farm was visiting relatives cess and was greatly enjoyed bya Delray Beach,-T. M. O'Neal Is Acid-indigebtlon causes people

with the chopped stalks for soups phate to each 700 pounds of the County farms indicated that the here last week.A large audience. Many, unableto ; wondering just what to do about I much suffering and unhappiness

and stews. They may be choppedfine material In an enclosure. Being farmer can produce economicallyat large crowd attended the get seats or standing room inside I an eight-penny nail in his neck. It! Yet, to those acquainted with

for use in beef loaf and for much higher in nitrogen than least $100 worth of food pro- nut shelling at the home of pea-Mr. stood just outside the doors i has been imbedded there for near- Bisma-Rex, this common affliction!
stable fertilizer, it should t be used\ ducts for each member of the fam- and windows.A 'ly 50 years, he said and a surgeon holds little terror, for they know

f salmon or mullet loaf, If the tops I with care on crops The material, ily per yearMEIIKHOK. and night.Mrs. O. E. Crosby Saturday delicious dinner was served : he consulted recently declined to the prompt, thorough, and effective :'

'accumulate too fast, wash care which may be used effectively at .-- on the grounds at noon. cut It out because of possible In- relief this excellent antlacld

i fully, then dry them In a slow the ate of 800 to 1.000 poundsper BRINGS OUT FFJohnnie Jury to important nerves. Its discovery preparation brings.

oven and put in a paper sack for I acre as a supplement to regu- FACTORS IN RAISING ZI Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.J. was accidental and its agea They have experienced the amazing .I

I lar fertilizer, should be placed in POULTRY PROFITABLY Lewis, Cor. W. Lewis guess for O'Neal, a former comfort and feed am of UKI
r use in a meat loaf on a later day. a deep trench under the plant row Miss Doris Mann spent last weekat Palm Beach County commissioner scientific four-way action of Bli|

and worked into the eoil. Gainesville, Fla.--.Early chicks, Fred Anders of Lake Butler LaCrosse with Miss Connie doesn't remember when it became ma-Rex.

r Still Coughing? sanitation, balanced rations and was in this section Sunday morn- Varnes imbedded in his body. It was located TRY IT

separation of pullets from cock- ing.Mr. Mrs. I W. Dyal of Graham spent during a physical examination. Buy Blama-Rex at Carpenter s tbl
No matter how many medicines Staked tomatoes may be set as erels are four fundamentals In and Mrs, R. W Lewis and Sunday with her parents Mr. and It has never given him> any Rexall Drug Store, Starke Fla ]
you have tried for your common close together as 12 Inches in the son, William, of Jacksonville Mrs.
spent J W Lewis.
successful poultry production, according trouble, he said. it's exclusive agency.
cough, chest cold
or bronchial
irritation row, but it is better to set them
you may get relief now with to Norman R. Mehrhof,
from 15 to 18 Inches apart. As
Creomulsion. Serious trouble may poultry specialist with the State
be brewing and you cannot afford more loom Is needed to work be-
to take a chance with any remedy tween the stakes, rows be Agricultural Extension Service. ,
less than Creomulsion may The first factor in growing !
which I IF
pot.V.* ** 1 spaced a bit wider than rows for
oe i* *.** **
B sif bir t>* "7 seat Ml the" rouble healthy chicks according to Mr. :
and aids nature to soothe and heal unslaked tomatoes. Stakes shouldbe t
( the inflamed mucous membranes driven into the ground four Mehrhof, Is to hatch early Eggs .
and to loosen and expel germ- I Inches and chicks should be obtained
laden from the plants and soft
phlegm. from, high-producing flocks that
+ Even U other remedies have failed, cord, raffia, or cloth should be us-
t 'L are free of disease and full of vigor.
don't be discouraged; try Creomul- ed In tying the plants to the ?
slon. Your Early hatching in
druggist is authorized to stakes. Usually three pays early M
tylngs are
refund your money if you are not! maturity, early laying, better
thoroughly satisfied with the benefits necessary, and
larger profits. Chicks

1 word obtained.ask for it Creomulsion plainly see that is one the should be hatched In February, t 41 Jl/

name on the bottle is Creomulsion, A poison bait composed of 16 Match or April.In I I
and you'll get the genuine product
1 pounds of brown sugar, four
and the relief you want. (Adv.) raising chicks clean brooder E
.- -. pounds of tartar emetic, and 100 houses are of major importance, tkttq
-, gallons of water has been foundto the Extension poultryman says.

I be the most effective methodof Brooder house sanitation includes

BUSINESS controlling gladiolus thrips. cleaning all movable equipment I I Ir

This bait controls the insects and outside the house, carefully brush-

DIRECTORYThe does no damage to the gladioli, ing all dust and dirt from ceilingsand

even when they are blooming. walls, throughly scrubbing

Gladioli growers needing\ smalleror lower walls and floor with a lye r

larger amounts of the bait may solution! (one pound of lye to 40 4
mix in )
: proportion.To .g ?
gallons of water), spraying the "t
drink interior with disinfectant, and w e ,4 r!

tyI control melon worms on cleaing and disinfecting all equip-
I squash and cantaloupes spray ment, including water and milk

everybodyknows i with a mixture of 1 1-2 pounds of dishes, mash boxes, brooder stove,

I lead arsenate and 50 gallons of and hover. f @ 0 1' r abT

I: bordeaux. This spray must be disc When chicks are ready to run

c II I|! continued at least three weeks be- on ground Mr. Mehrhof says It is
I InOT. j I tore the reach marketing to them
5'C0 I crops ; important put on clean

' ; 5# age, however, as any arsenate residue -, range which has not been used for

I on fruit will subject them to chickens for a year or more and

seizure by state and federal au on which no poultry fertilizer has I J
thorities. Bordeaux In the spray been spread Lund previously us- I

I' serves as a spreader and to control ed for chickens should be cultivated b

WE ARE fungus diseases. cropped, and reseeded. Poul-

PRESCIUPTIONEXPERTS trymen who do not have available i The pause that refreshes

Because of its smaller size, land for this purpose will find it

1 Golden Cross Bantam sweet corn expedient to keep their chicks off
CARPENTER'SThe can be planted thicker than other the ground for the first few weeks ,. .while you work /

Rexall Store I varieties It produces about two by the use of wire floors and runs. .

marketable ears 'of half a pound Chicks should be fed a balanced | .a

SEE :ME BEFORE YOU WIRE I each per stalk An excellent table ration consisting of mash, grains, A pure drink of natural flavors that every

A Estimates Cheerfully variety market gardeners might green feed oyster shell. charcoal body welcomes.
,{ Given i I try it on a small scale first for grit and water the poultry t, That's Ice-cold Coca-Cola. *
their local trade \ specialist points out. If the feed i one of the "'*> V.UJPAGE -
things of life
E. A. WINKLERRadio -- being used ID satisfactory It is not addln10
.... t
i wise to change to another I pure wholesome e
and Electric Service S I refreshment to relaxation. c
k : 666r.II. To provide more room and more I .
dar ,
I 1 time for management of pullets o

PLUMBING Service at I and Fever they should be separated from STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING
+ Prompt Utinlt s'ablet. In HO ninniesSalve 1 cockerels going to the fattening CO.:

Reasonable Prices No. Uro|. dos to Cold, I crate to be sold as soon as they

Let Me Estimate Your Job I Liniment \I have attained proper weight, Mr.I r

C. M. RITCH Try "Rub-My-TUm"-A'Wonderful I Mehrhof advises.


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1 ___ ._ ____ __ ___ __,____ u___ __ PACK SEVEN
-- - --
1 Ilho i morning, while the other sat I Iall my life!" she exclaimed as she

1; :; STAND UPADriiw I philosophically: eating dry bread and Susan followed the --horlff to

and collie; Blake ('imtmued to the Jail, "Working convic ts on ttul- :

( ;: i!I p.UO. let Line wagons!" / I ut'cbtI

A I They i e not going to keep me Sturkey wan mil wailing. Sus.
// ( oJ; 11 here tor two hundred days!" he an Immediately confronted him
t' ..
'F nY AD TtD'IIOM'we Mt1a0 fe/Oey. MAVk0.tiu't, :abed. "Is It true what this man says ?

I'ALSE.Y' n.A1NtS -f "Two hundred days, huh? Ob.you'll That you buy convicts t, .d work I I
c ; out them on the Bullet Line? she demanded -
get long before that,
t Missouri Kit Rev. l.. A. Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by R.v. Fred Terkea, Jr Supt!'! Church School
so fart! Carson
happened pendence. "Yeah the
What hall> Blake was caught by his cell- was belligerent re Pastor Pastor n.v. Dr, IUce and Rector LemmIe Garrett
who with her will a job on the Santa A. :J. Thomas, Supt. Dr. Adama
(5rtfflU, give you mate's tone ply. E. K Perryman, neY. Sunday School SupL Sunday Morning
'lJ14an Sunday School den. Superintendent Mlee Ella .1, Sane Sunday: Scholl'
the Bullet
owns Fe trail skinning mules. Organist
lout Amanita "What was that ?" he demanded. "Will you kindly explain why? Sunday School of Church School Mrs, E "I Da.vla Orll'an.et 10 O'clock
coach line arrived In Cum- "I'm afraid I haven't the pioneerspla'lt "To get the horses fed so theydon.t 9-4J: A. M. Church School f-Ire. James. Carlyle Worship Service
tags Church School I Supt
1M "You'll get out. There was a Morning Service tit A, M. Services 11 O'clock
exIWln'nt -
Blake He extendedhis
It'rhmil, IUd., where cryptic cackle that passed for a die on us. A stage coach 11 A. M. Morning Worship Roy Matkewa Sunday School Sunday lCven1nllf
over plan- for hand. "Thank you for givingme can't make no time with dead Baptist Training Service 11 A M.Rvenlntr Church School 10 A, M. Service, 7:30: p if,
Baltimore "ml Ohio rail- so much time. Good afternoon laugh "Then you'll wish you was horses!" t'jilon. S:,-,(0 I'. M.Evening Worship 10 A, M, bornint-11 I A. Prayer M.etlnIi'Wed.
he new bacK In here again. They wouldn't ServIce Service, 7:30: P. 1orornln... Worship hf'o needay evenlnli' 7z: .
Aunt Amanda sees bluff Colonel 7:30: P. 1\[. Tounir People's 11 A. M, Frldaye7:30: P. 10[.
road. lake but like "It's disgraceful! Susan cried.
who once pro- Disappointed Blake made his. me they'll you. Prayer Meeting! League McMlngs Holy Daysl0 A., M.
-ttpf..ln Starkey "What are you talking about?" "It's inhuman! I won't have it!" Weditenday, 7:80 Y.M. sao; P M.
and who runs the to the hotel I and for .
to hw, way inquired Pianist Prayer Me"Un. MI-N. ALLIANOE ,
,w-d "All right said Let's
"You'll find out soon Starkey ,
enough, Mr Mona
He Is now engaged In Susan and Amanda. But they had Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.
Bullet line. see try to hire men. You Choir Director MISSON lULL
was the menacing reply. you got Lon" GOSPEL TAB 8eva.Frank
r t-ninnlng busl- already retired. He left word to John II. Powell Sirs F. II. Th e
HrrrptltloiM to pay them their weight in gold, Organist and Choir Sponsora; Sponsored by Robinson
inform them he had arrived.
IeMe, CHAPTER FOUR what with this railroad ," BoardCh of Deacon Director Mr and Mrs. Sir and Jllrs. Vlc. President
Strolling dolthe\ main street J. K Klckllter Mrs. B. K. Perryman, T J, T. Qulcle Tba Rev Le.lle
Boss stormed into the "I don't care what you have to Assistant J, Quigley
CIIAPTER THREK he finally entered a saloon. It Starkey Chairman Organist I FJvanll'ell..Uo Service Shepherd
them!" Susan flared. "You'renot Board of Trustees T. T. Long, Assistant Bible Study, each each Friday "
sheriff office, seething with pay evening Secretarr-Treasures
the train Several
off crowded with
was noisy men. Choir
Blake swung L. Q. Powell Director Tuesday evening 7:3C: 7:30: o'olock The Rev, Fred Ysrkes
going to buy men this !
righteous Indignation. way --
directly for the office of poker games were In progress.
Colonel Webb in the Cumberland I Conspicuously In evidence was a "What's) this country coming to, I might have known that in a
ranch of the B. & O. Webb, a sign offering ten thousand dollars anyway?! he cried "A low-down state that buys and sells human I Youth Crusade I I I Children's Choir To
like cattle Where is
trong.faced, middle-aged man. : reward for Duke Morgan pro- card sharper like that! a menaceto man being?" this BOB JONES Begins In FebruaryTo Be At Baptist Church
reeted him warmly when he had claimed head of a gang of slave the whole community--and all -
Blake bore from runners. he gets is two hundred days! He The sheriff led the, way to the
Bread. the letter Comments On Here a most attentive congregation A performance of much interestto
As "Who's the around ought to had a !" cell When Blake saw who his
Cantrell lawyer. big year
the gun Sunday morning the Rev. Mr.
Allan, musicians and music lovers, a*
Webb perused the note Blake ex- I( here?' The most Influential man The sheriff smiled "Oh, so now visitors were, he wus astonded. I And Hereafter Herbert Hazzard delivered a notable well as the general public, will bo

mined with Interest a locomotive in town?" he asked they got to work for you a whole "Why, Susan .Aunt Amanda!" "sermon on the subject of presented tonight (Friday) at S

model that stood on a small table The bartender looked him over year, eh?" he stammered "What's going on ? We read in the book of Lamen- "Sowing and Reaping" at the o'clock In the First Baptist Church

nearby. Webb looked up. curiously. "Ever hear of Cap'n "I don't get them broke in right Are they rounding up all the tations that It is a good thing fora Methodist Church Assisting in The Palatka Children's Choir un-

"That our new engine," 'he Boss Starkey He nodded toward less'n a year. The last three thatI 'strangers In Cumberland?" man to bear the yoke In his the service were the pastor, the der the direction' of the Reverend

said with a smile. "Interested In another part of the room, got from you, they didn't even As the truth of the situation youth. I believe in child welfare Rev Frank Robinson, conductingthe John C. Sims, will appear under

railroading?" where a solid-shouldered man sat know a singletree from a bucking dawned on her, Amanda burst Into work but I do not believe !in child worship; Mrs P, II. Long at the auspices of the Music Com-

strap." laughter. Idleness. Responsibilities shouldbe I the organ; and a beautiful duet mittee of the Baptist Church, and

n "Well, make up your mind. Do "Well, If It isn't the last of the put upon young people. They waa sung by Mrs. E. K. Perry- will give a full concert of anthems

r, a MtE e '!f ..uv I you want him or not ?" Cantrells! My goodness, don't you should be hitched to some of the I man and Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid.I special numbers, and some Instrumental -
h dX3 v Starkey pulled out a roll of look natural!" load of life and bo made to pull : The evening service was conducted I numbers, featuring piano,
____ money, peeled off several bills, "You seem to be In trouble this load. We are coddling Ameri- I by the pastor at which time he 'slide trombone, and planl -&ccordI -

and handed them to the sheriff; again," Susan said grimly. can youth. Our fathers walked to preached on the subject of "The I Ian renditions.The .

then they started for Blake's cell "This time it wasn't my fault school. They traveled muddy roads Presence of Jesus." Palatka choir was organis

Blake stared, half in perplexity, But how'd you find out?" Blake and walked across swollen creekson Next Sunday morning the pas ed some months ago, after a brilliant
half in derision when he saw asked. foot logs. They went early tor will administer the Sacramentof performance by the Apollo

Starkey with the sheriff. "Didn't you send the sheriff and stayed late, But in spite of the Lord's Supper with the full Boys Choir, of Birmingham, Alabama

t h "Open your mouth," commanded after us?" our limited knowledge of preven- ritual of the Church, There will revealed the possibilities ot

1m << Starkey. "No, I sent him after the ownerof tive medicine, many of them managed I be choral and congregational responses Children's choirs, and stimulateda
04 1'" "You open It." the Bullet Line-" to live and build their civilization during the administrationof great deal of Interest In this

"Keep quiet," the sheriff admonished Suddenly he sensed the truth It Is true that children the Sacrament as well as quiet phase of musical education. The

t > "Captain Starkey has "Are you you're not have died from disease germs and organ music to make the service sponsors of the Choir'a appearancehere

paid your fine for you and I'd "Yes," Susan said politely. from a lack of enough fresh air, more reverent and worshipful. urge a large attendance and
think you could at least speak We're the owners of the Bullet and some of them have died from The evening service will be one cordially invite the public to the
a r respeciful to him." Line" undernourishment and many have In which the congregation will be unusual concert,

"You paid my fine?" Blake said Blake heaved a sigh of relief I died from lack of medical attention asked to join in the singing of _.._-|| .- -; --
suspiciously. "What for?" Now, he reflected, it would be easyto but in my wide experience I familiar hymns. It is expectedthat l'RKSHYTiUIAN: CIU'RCII
Ilia&ewaeruoandtd"livatchtatinf, "You work It out for the Bullet settle the whole thing amicably. I do not remember ever having there will be special music by

i ht cried.B Line Transportation Company In "This hostler of yours wantedto known achild to die from overwork members of other churches. The Rev. C. C. Adams, pastorof

d 9' three months you get your free- put me to work," he laughed. or from having responsibilities. The month of February has been the Presbyterian Church, madean
dom, and it's a lot better than go- "Currying mules or something." I In our effort to protect our designated aa a time in which the appeal this week for Increased

"Yes, I am since I came In on slouching on a stool the center of Ing on the stone pile." He turned to Starkey. "It's a clever youth from. disease and injury we Youth of the Church and commu- attendance at the five Sunday

your new line. Its sort of in attraction of a little group who' "I'm not going on any stone system you've got, Mr. Starkey. have too often taken away from nity are especially Invited to attend Schools In Starke, He said: "The

its Infancy Isn't it 1" Blake suggested were listening to him. Blake !I pile and I'm not going to work for But next time you try it, pick the yoke of responsibility and services. During the month power of the Apostolic Church to

He recalled In his mind thanked the barkeeper and approached -! the Bullet Transportation Com- somebody as dull-witted as your- have unfitted our young people for the nation-wide "Youth Crusade" win both Jews and Gentiles lay In

clouds of smoke, and having to Starkey. pany," Blake asserted self! Come on, sheriff, open this the burdens and responsibilities of will be Instituted in the church and the 'Apostles' Doctrine and Fellowship

Bget out and help push the train "Are you Captain Boss Star- "Oh, you ain't! Guevs you didn't door." middle age. Even in Home of our district with special local services '. There was a teaching which

Dover steep grades several times key?" he said, breaking in on a hear the sheriff say I just bought The sheriff stepped up to unlock social reform work we have bank- and with district wide services for had to be learned and put into

I "It won't be long. First thing story Starkey was telling. your sentence." the door, but Susan stoppedhim. rupt characters. The students who both young people and workers practice. That the modern Sun-

:you know it'll be the biggest busi- "Yeah," was the reply, accompanied Blake tourned to the sheriff. "Is come to college from homes where with young people. A brief resume day School has the power to guideits
InesB in the country" Webb said. by a deep scowl the owner of the Bullet Line in "Just a moment," she said, they have never had respormlbillty I of the activities of the monthare pupils safely la abundantly
B "Really?" Blake asked politely, name" Cumberland ?" turning to Blake. "I'm afraid prove to be our most difficult students listed below, details of which proved by u century of experience
"Blake Cantrell is
not at all sure Webb was right In my The sheriff hestltated uncertainly. there's nothing we can do. We're The ones who have known will appear in the Telegraph from But the 'teaching must be then
Ms prophecy "How are ya? Starkey returnedin "Yes I think ." the owners of the Bullet Line, but something about responnlblllty week to week: Special emphasis on ostoUo sort, and It must besought

I "We've been held In this sedation gruff annoyance "Then I demand to see him at Captain Starkey runs It" She usually fit into the educational the Sacrament for Young, People; and learned. Parents, as
up "You're the manager of the turned to and A Court of Honor service' conducted
coach line. A fel- once! Starkey. "What kind of spiritual program. well as children, need this teach
low by by a the stage name of Starkey has Bullet Stage Coach Line, aren't "Do you know,, who the own- work did you have in mind for "I am not afraid that I cannot by the Boy Scout of America, ing if the Gospel is to be a powerin

Shis wagon stations on land we you?" er is?" the sheriff with a glanceat I thia man?" she asked. make a living If I keep my health Troop 70; A service of Consecration their lives

want for our track," Webb replied "I'm the boss of it." Starkey "Whatever he can do," beamed and mental faculties because I was for Young People, conductedby I "The desperate struggle against
"Perhaps you could give me "Whoever he Is, he'll be a man Starkey, "cleaning stables, to start reared on a farm in Alabama the Young People's Division, the destructive forces of our day
some information about" of some breeding. At least, he'll with. If he learns fast, he gets when Grover Cleveland wall president and other appropriate services will\ be a hundred times easier if
I "Won't he sell you rlght-of "I ain't the Information bureau," know who I am. I'm no ordinary promoted. All right, sheriff, let of the United States" That centering around the youth of our i we liMe the means God gives ua to

Sway*" Starkey snapped, turning away. saloon brawler And if my fine has him out," He smiled at Blake Is what a prominent lawyer said Church, community, and world. make ua successful There are

i "He will not! And what's more, Blake poked him in the ribs. been paid by the Bullet Line, I'm "Miss Susan owns this line, but I to the writer recently. That statement Also during the month, on the 26th five Sunday Schools in Starke

Jhe Interferes with our construction "Listen! When a gentleman quite sure the owner will take my run it," is most significant I remember our newly appointed Presiding where the 'Apostlea' Doctrine' may
whenever he can. Our crews speaks to you, suppose you be I note for the amount I Insist upon "You and the mules, eh ?" Blake the depression. Whether Elder: the Rev. Ur J, H. Daniel be learned Are you and your

I finish a job at night, and next gentleman enough to listen!" seeing him at once!" said, glaring at Susan. Grover Cleveland or someone else of Jacksonville will preach and family using these means toward

I morning our inspectors find partof Silently Starkey got off the was responsible for the depressionis hold the third Quarterly Conference spiritual wisdom and moral

our track missing." He paused. stool. A moment later the bar- l not the Important point. There strength ? If not, why not?

|"But this isn't particularly interesting tender dashed over and, seizingBlake's was a real depression I, person- Tuesday night at 7 o'clock the "Next Sunday's lesson Is about

to you. Allan writes me arm, dragged him away ally, was on a farm as a little members of the hoard of Stewards Peter preaching at Pentecost The
lyou are looking for some sort ofa "You don't do that to him!" he '4a boy. Times were hard. People are requested to meet at the pas- hour Is 10 o'clock, Subject of the
business "It ain't torage for the regular monthly sermon, "Spreading the Word "
| opening. whispered excitedly were hungry. There was no moneyto at
i "Yes, sir, I am." healthy!" buy clothes, but It never occurred business meeting 11 o'clock. A cordial welcome Is
9 "Know anything about survey- Starkey stood staring Incred- to us that the government Wednesday night the Prayer extended to everyone
Blake for a moment, aA should send Meeting service will be conductedin ---+
ling engineering ulously after us a monthly check or
I "Well no, I'm afraid I don't." shook his head and returned to his that we should have financial relief the Church from 7:30 until 8 SINGING CONVENTION
the epi- from o'clock at which time any and all Deudan Church near Brookerwill
I "Any commercial experience? stool. Blake, disregarding any governmental source
wherea We ate who desire to have this period of be the scene of a singing
I "No." sode, walked over to a table corn bread and molasses. con-
The We lived meditation and fellowship are vention to be held all day
I game was in progress. '4 through It We may have Sunday.
"Hmm. Ever handled men? examined him suspiciously I been a little undernouinhed, but earnestly requested to meet. February: Dinner will\ be serv-
I players I
"No, but I could, Blake said
the ed
Thursday night members of on the
when he asked to be dealt In but we built some character I be- grounds.
eagerly "I got plenty of nerve y the Choir
H they made a place for him and the lieve In charity and In certain are requested to assemble oGoo--------_--_--.... -
_. ..
"Nerve, eh? Well you'll have to at the Church for the usual .....
went on. kinds of relief, but it is mighty
B let me look around and see whatI game weekly rehearsal. It Is especially -
; hard to
At help people and not hurt
can find to fit you. "He Blake's money went quickly. them. Men in America are suffering urged that each member of the ENGRAVING
stopped short "Say, wait a mln- first he was unaware that a man from Choir be present.

luter! he cried suddenly, "I've gotit behind him was giving signals to That Is the a leaning the complex. Those who are not connected
I about this the others by means of a pipe he reason highwaysof
[ just telling you America are crowded with union with other Churches In the Com-
man Starkey and His stage coach held In his mouth. Then, suddenlyhe munity, or who find themselves e

I line Well you may have heard rose from his chair, whirled ADla&etsnaedforward seeking a Church home either per-
there's sent a hard right to the pipe. which Starkey seemed struck
quite a traffic In fugitive and manently or temporarily, are cordially -
I slaves going on right now." smoker 8 chin. The man went rigid by sheer amazement at the Invited to make the Methodist -

I Blake nodded. "I've read something sprawling on the floor as a gasp '' younger man's audacity Then he Church your Church home, to
from the spectators. One lunged forward and began to pum- feel
about It. rose free to come to any and all
I "It's run by a gang of organized of the players raised a bottle and andberntopammelturkty.. mel Blake. The youth traded services, and to thus enable the
thieves. Leader named Mor- started to bring it down on Blake'shead punch for punch, but Starkey's Church of Jesus Christ to become

gan. Clever as all get out and but Blake turned just in superior weight and experiencesoon Increasingly meaningful In your

(dangErous If be isn't caught time to avert the blow. The sheriff was Impressed, but "You guessed it And from now began to tell and Blake went daily living. May our experience
and this traffic stopped it might The cries of Flght"\ that had Starkey Interrupted."We on you're one of the mules." down again and again teach time be that of the Psalmist when he

throw the North and South Into a arisen brought the sheriff. He elbowed -, ain't dragging nobody down i "Sure, Some of these days I m he carne up and waded into the !i said, "I was glad when they said TilE FINEST THAT

Civil War." his way through the mob : here to see you about no note," going' to kick you right into king- fray without preliminaries. The unto me, let UH go unto the house MONEY CAN BUY
I "I should think the governmentcould shouting for order. He stopped he said ominously. "You're In jail dom come," Blake said grimly spectators nodded us they saw the of the Lord."

stop it," Blake said short when he saw the man on for assault and battery." "In the meantime, m'lord, come courage the newcomed was display. .
I "They're trying to. Ar-l so am the floor then turned to the others "And if I hear any more from to the stables and pick yourselfout ,I Ing.At CHRISTIAN: < IIL'IU'II VISITING

II. The B. & o. has an intelligence who had played with Blake."I 'you, I'll be here for murder! a nice pitchfork," said Star- last Blake went down heavily The Rev, W T McGuIre will
department. We reason that If told you swindlers to get out I Blake snapped. He tried to rUe, but his fill his regular) appointment at the WEDDINGINVITATIONS

slaves are being run, somebody's of town day before yesterday! Now the sheriff drew Star- key.Without another word to the strength was gone. Starkey stood Long Ilildge Christian Church
|wagons are running 'em. And who you're coming with me! he an- i, key to one side and urged him to women, Blake allowed himself to over him."Come Saturday night, Sunday morning,
[has wagons most likely to be do- nounced furiously. return to the office."I be led to the Bullet Line stables on, stand up and fight! and Sunday night.

j'ng' the job? Starkey! And once Suddenly, however. St.a r key don't like this," he said nervously Starkey turned him over to a he sneered. BIRTH
we get strolled over. He saw hla chanceto sallow-faced Davey walked over. "Let him a- verslty and college graduates who ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY
proof, Starkey will sell us "He ain't the kind of riff- lanky corny,
the lone, boss," he pleaded. "lie can't. have no work to do. These young
right-of-way we want! They'lltake get even. "Put him to work Davey! he
sheriff," raff we usually But he people have not been trained in initiative
the whole thing, sure showed plenty of
[ his franchise from "I seen '
what he Is?
du care
Ihlm." he said. "They ain't to blame" He "What wouldn't you I care? He's demaindln' said.The other men working in the nerve. The poor stumphead don't They have not developed
I "Oh Blake. "He was dealing "Why Blake who know when he's licked. creative power Their approach ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSWe
you're doing this for the pointed to to see the owner He yards turned to look at ,
|i.&o.; r"Partly from the tottom. He was breedin'. He might be stood immobile. It was Davey who tenderly to life (is not right. The
talks about brought Blake back to conscious resources of this nation are practically are local agfnts for the II.
at It! snapped.
Webb admitted. "But cheating of them aristocrats. I can't af- "Get Starkey
I'rn astounded.. "I was one ness. He was badly cut up his untouched. There are &: n. Drew Co., the South' finest -
a Blake was lie shoved Blake toward a freight
IfK patriot too. I want to see 'ord to get In trouble with them
this ?' lips cut eyes blackened; he groaned thousands of jobs that young Kngraveric.: Their entire
Morgan cheating
gang wiped out. with an election com- wagon.
Blake was cheating! And big-wigs as Davey washed his wounds. people could create. Our fathers line of Fine KngraUnff Samples
| seemed at a loss. "That's "Yes, you I'm going to glt Miss Blake turned furious. "Keep
|all very Interesting Colonel, but everybody In here seen It." ing up your hands off me!" "That was a nice fight you. put would have created them. The may he seen by ('alllnKl'J or 8%.

| just where do I come In?" The sheriff turned to Blake Griffith.Starkey looked his disgust "A'w "Keep my ? Why you !' ap. kid,' Davey said with admira- modernistic, behavlorlstlc. self-
I "Right "Let's ," he said. He shoved Blake again. Blake expression, do-as-you-plea, have- Bradford County
here. How'd you like to go rl-ght., get her! he blurted out, tion.Blake
|Joln our Intelligence Service" Blake protested but to no avail. staggered but rushed back at gritted his teeth. your-pwn-way, educational
he spent most savagely. "I'll that If it's the last sophy is largely responsible Phllo-I Telegraphun'Y
B You mean be a detective?" Clamped Into jail, Amanda Griffith waa outraged Starkey with a, swing that landed get guy
lake laughed. "I'm afraid not" of the night pacing up and down i when the sheriff told her the story. 'flush on the big felloWa jaw. thing I ever do!" be muttered. the "softies" we are

Webb shrugged "Well, the only while his companion, a blissfully.seedy-look-In !I "Never heard of such a thing in I There was a moment of suspense I To Ee: Continued on the world today. I ow _._._._ _._ +

hlng left Is to go out to Inde Ing individual .snored

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Plant City BerriesPlant Miss Coleman ElectedThe 81. Tp. 58. R. 21 E., 10 Acre eel by certificate Nos. 680 and 1884 1J29 to 1939 both Intlunlv.. ,:;;;
t : Bradford Telegraph The taxes. to be cold are evidenced of 1930 and 193S respectively and In* to $23.9T. OMI
County City also beat-fitted from following paragraph,was reported by certificate No,. 105 and 295 represent unpaid taxes for the years Said tax certificates
much of 1931 and 1(83 respectively. and 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- with all subsequent In"*ted
d; Established! 1877 heavy rain Monday bringing; recently by the Washington represent unpaid taxes for the years ing to $120.69. taxes will be sold omlttn to o
needed moisture to berry patches Times-Union 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive amountIng ALSO: Lot 7 of Elk 1 Livingston bidder at the Courlhous', J"S2Starke 1
'- '- In that section. Cold the latter correspondent of the : to U9.76.AI..80 ] Truby & Co'n Add to Starke lice 211Tp. on the 17th., day ;i""
P b1lshed---W kly n' Fridays and Entered as Second Class of the week nipped bloom In Miss Essie Coleman of Olustee : Lots 6, 7 Elk 27 LivingstonTruby YdTP. 6 S. H. 22 E., ary bated A. D. 1939 at 11:00 o'c'of *
part & Co. Add to Starke Sec. I The taxes to be Hold are evidenced this the 28th. day.4'. '
{ Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida spots and froze some green fruit, Baker County for several years 6 S. n. 22 M.. by certificate Nos. 408 and 1099 uary A. D. 19811. U,
The taxes. to be sold are evidenced (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. d.T
-- -- curtailing production somewhat.The past associated in secretarial cap- by certificate No. 246 and 1124 of 1930 and 1938 respectively and Clerk of Circuit Court of nr.d Tbh
movement out of there dur- acity with Congressman Lex of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and represent unpaid taxes for the years County. Florida,
E. L. Matthews_____________________Editor and Owner total represent. unpaid taxes for the year. 2.3 It
the last half of last week Green has been elected secretary -
just .
1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- :;;
-- ed 671,522 pints, bringing the sea i of the Washington Club of Ing to $47.05.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE son's movement to 6.728,456 pints Congressional Secretaries and has ALSO: Elk 80 Ex Lot 8 Livingston BOREE FUNERAL HOME
& Go's Add. Sea. ,
Truby to Starke
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance grossing growers around $736- i entered on the discharge of her 28 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E., Full Hue of caskets & Undertaker Supplies
833. 8. new duties which will in no way The taxes. to be sold are evidenced AMBULANCE: SERVICE:
w Advertising Rates on Application by certificate Nos. 483 and 1127
Townsend interfere with her main work of 1930 and 1931 respectively, and DAY AND NIGHT58PHON
SpeakerFred Miss Coleman is regarded as one represent. unpaid taxes for the years a-S3
SCOUTING BEGINS IT'S TWENTY-NINTH YEAR J. Moen of Seffner, one of of the most efficient secretarieson 1929 to to$46.40.ALSO 1939 both. Inclusive amountIng G. II. BENNETT, Mgr.

the best known speakers on Town- Capitol Hill. : Lots I. 3, 12, 13, 14 of Elk "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
National Boy Scout Week will be observed in Starke, as i sendlsm will address the local club 81 Livingston, Truby & Co's Addi-
tion to Starke Section 28 Tp. 6 S. K.
'9 it will throughout the country, beginning: next Wednesday,i at the regular meeting here Mon- NOTICE OK SALE OF TAX 22 E.. ---:::
The taxes to be sold evidenced
are -
at 7:30 o'clock in the i'KHTirifATKS
day night :
i' Notlco Is hereby Riven that L. II. by certificate Nos. 484 and 1128 J FLORIDA'S GREATEST
February 8, and extending through February Responding court house. Futrtt has lied with me written re'lueHt of 1930 and 1933. respectively, and ,

;' : to the theme "Scouting Carries on American Ideals," Hersey Still Held that with the all tax subsequent. certificates omittedor together years represent 1929 unpaid to$2269.1939. taxes both Inclusive for the, ., WI NTEREVENT /
amounting to
levied taxes held by the State be .
More than a million and a quarter Scouts and their leaders Falling thus far to make $1,000 advertised. and sold to the hlgheet 8.ALSO R. :22 SRVi, of SW/e. Sec. 28 Tp. PAN jpw A M e R. l C>A Ne5ofo11(0
,,8 E. 40 Acres.The
bidder for cash as provided by '
: Will join in activities celebrating the 29th birthday anniversary bond, Clyde Hersey young married Chapter 18298 of the U37 acts of taxes to be sold are evldenc- .
man and farmer of the Ther- the' LpfflMature, upon the following --
Q of this great boyhood movement. The local Troop at usa section is being held in the den<'rlb..d real estate In the 'ounty r. \ ( r
of Bradford, State: of Florida, to- I
county jail here charged with an wit:: FOR ALL FORMS OF i
r ,the present time is making splendid progress under the ,
attempted criminal assault. SVi of NWV4 of NWJand NH( of
.. NW of 8WV4 of NW4'! Sec. 27 Tp. 5 jqA1arCARNIVAL
J leadership of the Rev. Frank Robinson who is giving unstintingly Cattlemen -Interested S. It. 22 E., 30 Acre, INSURANCEPLEASE + .

of his time in order to build Scouting into the The taxes to be Hold are evidenced -
A number of Bradford County by certificate Non' 289 and 1
i I of 1932 and 19.13: e
823 respectively
,' great Influence for good that it should rightfully be in this stockmen are expected to attendone I and represent unpaid taxes for the PHONE 116 I .%ews Intimates!fm i
of more of the "Cattlemen's yearn 1031 to 19311! ) both Inclusive, I **
h community. Thriving under the sponsorship of the Starke Days" which will be held at the amounting to $106.15..A with K.W tnillh/ ,stw fitlur.i.Nl!
1.80: SV4 of SRi/4 of 81214 lice,; HAROLDC.WALLAgency BUILDINGS,hcs-u.S. HkM d|...H.,
Rotary Club, we believe this project to be one of the most Tampa Fair this Saturday and also 30 Tp. 6. S. II. 21 K., 20 Acres I .
UUs-AswricM nkltet, .
sic S. ,ili,
10, and l"
on Friday February The taxes to tie Mold are evidenced C
worthwhile ever undertaken by the local Rotarians. The Thuisday February 16. More by certificate No,. 104 and II \! tvnyes le mjer./ Denl ale.kl
Z')2! of 1931 and 1983 respectively,
thriving Scout Troop, already a source of considerable pride, than 300 bead of fine Florida cat- and represent unpaid taxen for the Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years
tle of various breed will be ex- years 11)30 to 1839 both Inclusive J w The State Fair
:will grow to be an even greater one in the months to come. hibited. amounting ALSO: NEV4 to $of 34 NKV4 Oil. of NE% Seo. .



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Buddy Davis Earl Thornton Chester McKinneyGIFT Arch Thomas, Jr.



J AfcoB'S -

Three Friends BarberShop

The Rexall Store

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Frank Robinson III. ; Michael L.. Dew altiil'e !I ia SCOUT SCOUT

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>z It p George Flynn Sonny
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p" iIIL.J, }; llili! ji tl,>Ili iltl !ivli!
q Ijf.I It alt $ h;*
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Western Auto Associate HANDKERCHIEFClar

Store City Barber Shop i l ,

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i Jack Haile Lester McMillanGIFT SCOUTJ.

Brian HarrellGIFT E. DenmarkGIFT




Dr. M. B. Herlong
Canova PharmacySCOUT Bradford Hardware

Starke Merchants and Business Men, in order to CompanySCOUT A & P STORE

show their appreciation of and to offer encouragement to

our local Boy Scout Troop; are cooperating with this groupof

Sonny Peek congratulatory ads. In addition they are offering a gift All Members of Local

to each member of the troop. The name of one Scout appears Comer Perryman, TroopGIFT

and if he will clip and present it to the V

GIFT Coca Cola advertiser, together with his Scout Registration Card, he GIFT

will be presented with his gift. This is being done to show Thursday, February 9

Starke Coca-Cola Bottling the scouts that the town is backing them 100 percent! -

R. Johns & Sons CompanySCOUT


William Baker Enos Hayes Charlie Jones

Leonard Smith Edgar WilkinsonGIFT Billy Lee




Florida Bank at 3 JOLLY JACKSGREEN'S

Van H. Priest5c Starke PRESSED
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STERNBERG'SfiH Member Federal Deposit Insurance Bradford County -
to $1.00 Store
I Corporation
I, Telegraph STORE Starke Dry CleanersPAGE

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