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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 10, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STAJUUC, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY: -lo._1939_____._ .__ __ _____ _.__ ____ ._ __ .
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BOARDS HE CHISELS FOR A LIVING 1 COMMISSIONERSGIVE PLANS WOMAN'S FESTIVALA CLUB I COMMODITY FIRST' CAR


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strawberry festival, for the DISTRIBUTION OF SEASON

BUSY TIME J $100 benefit of the Starke Woman's

I Club will be held Saturday. Feb-

: 1 ruary 23, on the vacant propertyJust

ONDAYree I FOR PLATFORM
Green's office on Call Street. Concessions -

: :: will be operated by home ----

,. ; i people and there will be no out- : Vast Amount of Clothing Growers Have Received
Want
; Growers
\ Delegations Make : Lawtey side attractions, it Is said I I And Food GivenOut Around $28,000
% Place To Load
At Regular A content fur the best pint of I To Dale
Requests! I! Here
Here Trucks strawberries and also a baby contest -
Meeting will be features of the festi- -
4 Certified Clients In Bradford First of the 1939 season, a felghtcar.
Board of County Commissioners -
The val.
Le of having a public heavily loaded with 406 cratesof
practice record a verbatimort meeting here Monday The event Is being promoted by County received from governmentrelief strawberries, rolled from the

nographer entire proceedings of __ promised $100 to be used towardthe I, Miss Mina Manassa chairman of agencies In commodities and Lawtey platform nt 4 o'clock

of the erection of a truck loading finance committee and amount of refrigerator -
meetings was Insti the club's clothing the amazing Thursday morning. Two
ool Board platform at Lawtey. The money the chairmen of the various other of 1 of the seasonto
Monday by Dr. W\ E. \ 136,742 units (pounds and cans) trucks-first
funds
led here will\ be appropriated when
member of the committees of head for northern markets-
lldleton, new are available and the action was foodstuffs and 20,422 pieces Tuesday
and -
loaded Monday
A copy of the transcript I of J. H. clothing in the year 1938. were also
rd. taken at the request
In the court house I one with 210 crates, and one
I be posted Moore.A. SENIOR PLAYAT This Information became known until this time most
In order with 240. Up
owing each meeting know "exactly Enos Anderson brought something of a new industry to the I J Griffis. county superintendent when read before the board of trucks from Lawtey had been sup-

I the public to done" in meet- vicinity of Starke when he began the manufacture of inexpensive of public Instruction, requested County Commissioners at itsmeeting plying berries to nearby markets

Lt Is said and tomb stonea at his home a short distance north of town on Road 13. the distribution of one-half of H. S. Monday from a report

fa of the Board Dr. Middleton He Is shown here cutting an inscription on one of his head pieces the race track funds to the School submitted at the board's requestby only. total of 2.721 crates moved

ll., which sells for a very modest sum. He roprts business as "fair" but Board on the date received, rather TONIGHT"Sweet Mrs. Ruby Raymond CommodIties from A Stark during the past week,
J. L. Peek this county.
for
The stenographer finds It necessary to supplement his income from other sources. than having such payment made Supervisor refrigerator truck---only
by the Board. I showed that 184 clients! mostly by
employed
i not when authorized: by the CommiSsioners The report
only Returns -
183 era tea eolntr bv -------

ft Ion by was Dr. deferred Mlddleton on personally.Dr. MLdton's FUEL OIL TAXBY I THIEVES CAUGHTBUT tile regular and meeting warrant day.drawn Before on Sixteen" I Will I and this their county families and were had certifiedin received for at 6122.the week-J here are estimated -

Mr. .
to employ commodities.The
motion granting this request Is was decided At 8:00 these
Begin tumble to as
Prices took a sharp
-k In an official capacity. to secure approval of the State largest single unit distrib-
CONGRESS RELEASEDIN O'clock low as five cents a pint as the result
The Board declined to accept Auditor. uted was 42.330( pounds of fresh and
markets
|ers of Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Dr. The Commissioners went on record apples and this was during the of overloaded
and H. A. Bishop Tonight, beginning at 8 o'clockthe not at one time. Clients received bad weather conditions in the
A. Brlnnon! DELAND as not being In favor of a year,
sale of lots lying west of IMPROBABLEThreeCent of the Senior Class of Bradford High 28,730 pounds of wheat North. The U. S. market reportfor
the rural electrification survey of 8
ad- School will present Its annual play, of Irish Tuesday showed prices
desired for and 20,543 pounds
which are flour
since various
S.
fH. this
at (
county time In
6 to 9c
Six- ,
-- this year entitled "Sweet Commodities and clothing to lOc In Washington

Jional school grounds. Pair Believed To Be electrical power corporations are teen" in the high school auditorium. potatoes.distributed to the needy and Philadelphia, and 10 to lie in New
from New River, Per Gallon extensive and are
'. delegation making surveys Is 15 cents for York which are sadly be-
Admission raisins figures
nslsting of M. I.. Johns, O. W. Tax 'Would Cost "Praying ,Robbers"Wanted constructing additional ,11 fi e s elementary school children and 25 I destitute of the county fresh were cabbage: low normal prices at these points.

drews Reddish Andrews and City $2,700 Yr. Here throughout the county at this cents for all others. Tickets are 2,127 pounds wheat; cereal 910 Heavy production and low price.

G. Moody, appeared before the time. nn VII ctnlA nt th LUC_ _.u..t...___.-.. 8.500 pounds; .__ pounds; are expected to continue Into next

lard to discuss plans for a new Roving trouble-makers. believedto Mrs. Maggie Gr en was allowed "Sweet Sixteen" Is the highly pounds; prunes pounds i.va ; dried week unless northern markets
dried milk 1,930
ool building at that place. Supt.J Announcement last week of preparation month from the
who stole $4 per pauper allow a decided change.
be the same ones dramatic story of two brothers 130( pounds; rice 0,500
Griffis reported the opinion of a bill for IntroductionInto from several homes In this fund; the allowance of Alex Cross orphans, who take into their homea peas pounds; lard 938 pounds; corn The total movement from the

I J. L. Graham school state last inspector week Congress placing a 3-cent per money were arrested last week- was raised to $3 per" month: Mrs. wandering vagabond boy on the meal 1.000 pounds; fresh! apples 'county thus far this season, Including
the vicinity to
visited raised $4
Belle Parmenter was
jio and of 20 Starke and Lawtey.
Federal Tax on fuel oil verge of "going wrong 42.360 pounds; grapefruit juice both
Id, stated that a satisfactory gallon end in DeLand. but were released per month: Arch Johns of Gra- followIng estimated at 3BO.OOO
380 pounds; is roughly
experiences
interesting dried
the apples
made' from flood of protests to representatives cans;
could not be brought a month
Jildtng had learnedof ham, was allowed $4 per ;
before local officers The play Is coached by May fresh oranges 7,500 pounds; fresh pints for which growers have received -
> present structure. He advisedt. and Senators In theia.st the Incident and could notify and' D. D. Dyal was ordered off Blossom whose long associationwith I I celery 984 pounds; dried lima around 28800.

material In the old building political authorities that the the pauper roll effective March 1. .
few days. Experienced Volusla County the stage makes her a more I beans 923: pounds; dried peaches
salvaged and that a new three- the billhasn't culprits were wanted here also. Funeral expenses of $7.50 each director. white beans 4.-
built with WPA observers believe than capable I 536 pounds; small HAYES TO MAKE
be for Floyd Fender -
om structure were appropriated
of As soon as he heard of the arrests canned peas 2,332
cban'cll in thousand leading rolls are portrayed 418 pounds;
a The
ill. The costs of such a project one telephoned I and for a child of J. R. Car- ROUNDSCounty \S
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Sheriff A. O. Andreu by A, Z. Adklns. Jr., John ArthurTorode cans; wheat flour 28,730 pounds; ,
|ll be Investigated. ; passing.The officers but was roll. I I dried
DeLand Vernon Stlcox, Dosia graham, flour 2,194 pounds;
i Mrs. R. J. Hargraves Mrs. Otis City Bond Trustees who told that the wanderers bad been Commissioner R. S. Wasdin reported Smith and Margie Howard. More fish 1.200 pound; ,and Irish potatoes Tax Assessor E. W.

Irry, and Mrs. Lawrence Wlg- hive charge.e( .the, Municipal released following payment of on the :'housekeeping Aid details of the play will be foundon 20,543 pounds.The Hayes announced this week the

[ii3, representing theBrooker the of Project, being headed by Mrs. schedule for his regular annual
return money
Light and Water Plant, felt some $100 fine and the school page on page three following clothing was distributed -
l-T. A., appeared before the stolen from homes In that vicinity.It Minnie Johns, and stated that it i is rounds over the county to receive
at first the passage of of this Issue. : aprons 25: bloomers 2.- .
as
ard and stated the following'I alarm reported they "had plenty very worthwhile and is doing a I 134 Information from property owner
teds of the Brooker school for I I such a measure would increase the was money" and were said to fine work in the county. I 082; bonnets 126; booties coveralls; as to the value of their real :

)(t year The rooms to be reistered plant's operating expense 20 percent more have announced their destination A request was received from A. TAG DEADLINE brassieres 37; coats 327;chlldrcnx' and personal property. With this

ceiling thus forever blotting out the to cancela 560; diapers 1,613; Information the Assessor keeps his
and repainted; a I Miami. I H. Johns for authority EXTENDED
us dresses 2,064; (drenne 1,431; wornen's -
I be put over the auditorium; ar- hope of lower rates for Starke convinced that portion of Canova Street from kimonos records accurate and up-to-date.
Sheriff Andreu Is dresses 1,550; huts 16;
kngements of the cafeteria and consumers. Following the Trustees the same ones the recorded plat of Lakeside In I Rapid tag sales dropped off 18 These rounds, Mr. Hayes explained -
the offenders were 251 488; pajamas ;
; gowns
Oirary be changed; that Student I Instructions, City Clerk Carl who gained entrance to several Section 22 Township 8 South sharply last week when Governor 910 nacques 68; shirts 2- are solely for the conven-
pants ;
Kid be certified on July 1; thate Johns this week sent a letter of under various Range 22 East. The matter was I Fred Cone announced nn extra extension 67 ience of the property owners. By
homes in this area 159 shorts 1,390; skirts ; slips
A. ;
county health nurse visit the protest to Congressman R. with a referred to County Attorney M. F. postponing the deadline men's his going to their nearest community -
I pretexts and made away 2.641 sun suits 305; suits (

pool once a week and carry out I Green. total of around $150.LEGION Brown who advised Mr. Johns that I until February 15, Tax CollectorC. ..._...I. tint17; 'I,,. unlfin....w. .miltfl-.-- i,,Ien< 'nand .. property owners may report -
I health program next year; that I II The local plant uses between $5,- -. he would have to submit a petition I A. Knight said yesterday. a boy's uuy; ) 253; comforts 313; curtains to the amsesBor without the

[(0 be spent on,the library; that I 000 and 90,000 gallons of fuel oil MEETSIN signed by all owners of abutting The Governor's additional extension 14; double mattresses 54;; trouble of coming to his office In i

hree professional magazines ando per year at a cost of approximately property requesting the .closing of of time came on February 3, pillow cases 434; pillows 74; pot Starke. At the same time the \

professional books be furnish- 'I 4600. A 3-cent per gallon tax NEW HOMEThe the street! in question. '' two days after his first extensionof holders 22; rugs 4; scarfs 4; sheets assessor will receive applications

I the teachers; that a new flag would Increase this cost to $7,300.or Frank Rosser and Mrs. Luvenla 'I' fifteen days from January 15 172; towels (huck) 196; towels : for homestead exemptions, which (

purchased.A $2,700 more-an Increased a- Jones-Lungford-Whlte Post Barker were restored to the Wid to February 1 has expired, and the (terry) S; wash! chothes 2; and must be In by April 1.

[ delegation from Graham corniced mount equal to one month's gross 'American Legion met Monday ow's pension roll. additional time la attributed to miscellaneous 436. Mr. Hayes announced his schedule

of L. C. Smith, C. J, Fraz- income! night for the first time in the recently Application of Mrs. Lilla Fender hard times In the citrus belt, Distribution at regular Intervalsof as follows: Lawtey, Tuesday :

lr, Frank Abernathy, John Sur- and businesses completed community cen- February 21; Theresas 1
homes afternoon
Starke
Many for widow's pension was disapproved There can be no more time extensIons different commodities and
pcy, and John McKinney, dls- have In the last year or ter building on Call Street. because of her employ- as 30 days January 15 clothes Is still going forward this Wednesday morning. February 22; !

ased with the Board the locaon -I two installed fuel oil heaters. anda Having been appointed "per- ment In the WPA sewing room. to February 15, is the maximum under the able supervision Hampton Wednesday afternoon ,

of the proposed new school tax almost doubling the cost of manent custodians" of the build- It was decided to send a delegation allowed by state law. Mr. Knight of year Mrs. Raymond and her staff. February 22; Graham Thursday :

lillding and the present status offie the fuel would be a matter of serl- Ing by the Board of County Commissioners to the County Commission- expects sales to pick up again morning February 23; Brooker. J

project. They were advised byhe ous concern to all. the Legionnaires spent era' Convention in Jacksonville after the 15 next Wednesday.So SHEETDEADLINE Thursday afternoon, February 23; :
Board's attorney. H. V. Knight time Monday night WORK New River, Friday afternoon, Feb-
The proposal is sponsored by the most of their February 12 13 and 14. far this year 1,108 tags have
bat the petition now circulating and means of pur- NEARS ruary 24.
discriminatorytax planning ways -. 775
coal Industry as a been sold In Bradford County;
lilting for consolidation election, which to I .
a in its favor It Is said. chasing 200 chairs with PHILIP ACQUIRE car tags, 306 truck tags, and 27
Jould not affect the approval of furnish the large main room. Members trailer tags. Sales are expectedto Farmers wishing to participateIn JACKSON DAY

ie project in Washington.It LINEfvOLTAGETO of the Post Individually PROMOTEDFriends exceed 1938 figures of approximately the 1939 Soil Conservation program CHAIRMANAppointment

was agreed that Mrs. Belle pledged sufficient funds for sixty- 1500 tags by March 1. and who were not Includedin

|eddish should continue bus route BE MEASUREDThe one chairs and the general public here of Mr. and Mrs. .-- the 1938 program, are urged to of N. D. Wainwright -

the regular price of $30 until will\ be asked to contribute also. Philip Macgulre will be glad to call Immediately at the office of
Bradford County
fie close of B. H. S. question of low voltage In The chairs cost $1.45 each. learn of his appointment to vice- B. H. S. GRADUATE County Agent T. K. McClane. Jr. chairman, Jr.for, as the Jackson Day

The superintendent! and oneard some parts of town was discussedat The following members donated presidency of the Federal Surplus HONORED No work sheets for 193 will L;" celebration to be staged In Flor-

) member were Instructed to a meeting of the City Bond money, in varying amounts, to Commodities Corporation with received! after February 28 it was February 18 has been an-
ida on
jivestlgate conditions surrounding Trustees held here Monday night make up the total necessary for headquarters In Washington D. C. Miss Miriam Guy freshman at said, and no work sheets for farmers nounced by Herbert E. Wolfe of

Jansportatlon of the Hall and and R. F. Clark, superintendent of 61 chairs: Floyd Green, C. J. Mrs. Macgulre was Miss Frances the Woman's College In Tallahassee growing tobacco for the first St. Augustine, state chairman of

fhaaon children at the close of the city light and water plant Powell L. D. Vlnlng. S. E. Sparks. Darby before her marriage. and daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.J. time will be received after February the events

pmpton Junior High School. was Instructed to purchase a recording K. G. Duncan. A. J. Thomas David Although a native of New JerseyMr. T. Guy of Hampton, was one of 15."Only of Jack-

Upon motion of Dr. Middleton.e watt meter and make a Ross E. K. Perryman. Ray New- Macgulre was graduated inlaw the five members of her clas those farmers who have The regular observance until the

Board agreed to rescind ac- 'careful survey of all complaintsin some. Richard English, Joe Williams from Stetson University at chosen to represent it at the Gen] grown tobacco at least two out of son Day was date postponed In order not to conflict -

|ou whereby It had been the cus- order to learn the circum- Bill Parker Paul Bonnett, DeLand and practiced his profession eral College Week-end In Gainesville -, the past five years are eligible to February other events In FloridaMr.

m to pay $1 on the cost of each stances which will furnish the W. L. Kemp Lloyd Green. Noon at Orlando for several In March. In addition to the receive 1939 tobacco allotment," with explained. The

jiploma' of seniors graduating basis for later Improvements. I Wainwright Abb Johns C. R.Cooper.and years. Afterwards he served for freshmen, five sophomores and Mr. McClane said. "This does not Walnwrlght raised will to help finnnr -
funds go
fotn .high school. .Tft,. discussing the situation this J. L. Simmons. five years as assistant general one girl from each sorority was apply to producers who have already A 1 of thA
Andrew Redding was instructedturn week Mr. Clark said: "It is a expressed their counsel for the Florida Real Estate selected. received their 1939 allotments ; campaign vxpvuava ---

| his bus at the home of well known fact that many housesin The Legionnaires to the County Com Commission. In 1934 he movedto I' Photographs of all girls chosen but only to those who did Democratic Mr. Wainwright Party. stated that

|lllie Reddish and go to J. S. Nor- town have wiring that Is fifteen appreciation missioners and the City Councilfor Washington where he became will be sent to the University of not grow tobacco in 1938 and planto those who purchase tickets will be

gan's and then straight to Lawy. twenty years old and Smith assistant counsel with the NRA. Florida where students will elect grow it In 1939."
or funds, and to Hogan prlvlledged to attend any of the
y. Intended to be for He has held the position of direc- ten to attend the General Weekend .----
which was never and Container Corporation 12 celebrations to be held In the
Mrs. Bynum Perkins requestedo but lights. tor of the Rural Rehabilitation On Friday night of this GUESTSOF
for anything others who made construction SCOUTS
used logs, and to be State, but the dances specially
will
day's leave March 1937. celebration, the queen
of absence with wiring is called uponto Division since
When this of the building possible.A for this Congressional
*L y 1 In order to business chosen and will be presented Sat- ROTARIANSOfficers designated
attend
| to present day Immediately -
for will\ be
supply service rising vote of thanks was given Mr. Macgulre District will be held In Lake City
|''t of the State. The request was it is found to be too for donating the site associated with Milo R.'Perkins, urday night.
Green Scout Jacksonville.
appliances. local and
Floyd of the Boy
H.
of B.
f-nled on the Miss Guy In a graduate
grounds that teach- service results. of the
president
and newly appointed .
small poor for the building. of the Rotary
a will be Inter- Troop were guests
here
are paid only for absence durRS direct administration S., and friends
voltage correction FSCC in the
sick leave or caused by death "In some cases low Plans for a formal opening of re- ested to learn of the honor that Club at the regular luncheon here Play A t RaifordThe
of the of the FSCC's surplus
i the family. 'I' calls for a rewiring the building were discussed and It has come to her. Wednesday The program was in Raiford P.-T. A. will present

Hit was decided to allow Dewey building to meet present load much con- was decided not to rent the hall moval programs, it was announced. charge of the Rev. Frank Robin- "Two Day To Marry" a three act

ditions. No matter how outside party until this son, scoutmaster and member of Raiford School at 7:30:
to
urrhee $10 per month for transporting buildIng any 'Want 201 Finished : play at the
announceda
to a I
his power the city delivers event has been held by the Post. The FSCC recently the club. o'clock Wednesday night Febru-
children to school.widow's will result if the of Florida Jacksonville Interests are plead-
service ViIrs. large buying program brief talk explaining entertainment Is to
poor Each!: boy made a ary 15. This
pension was approved small. There are citrus fruits in an attempt to ing with the State Road Department i
is too Fortner duties In style
r Ulla\ Fender and denied to wiring list- Debbie of his particular be presented In professional
been completion
Iby Mann. houses In town that underwriters have as Mrs. Debbie Fortner, 81, a life bolster: the market.PepsiCola.- State for Road early No. 204 otherwise this important organization, and by an all-adult cast, and promisesto

U was decided to place two trafIr ed by Insurance wiring. Such long resident of Melrose, died at : known the Maxvllle cut-off. all emphasized the fine progress be one of the best stage comedies -
as
signs at colored schools In having defective there Tuesday night of 'Warehouse and that has been made In the troop ever to be presented in this
attention. her home has been graded
'no. conditions call for the wife of D. C. Klnlaw is having a 40x40 The roadway during recent months. section. The admission will be 25c
She was
On motion Bond Trustees arranged for last week. who warehouse constructed for the Is ready for surfacing culvertsare of the at the for adults and lOc for children
| of Dr. Middleton, seeded The Iron the late Dr. B. T. Fortner, in and the big overpass at Attendance boys
by of a 4-Inch cast section. local distributors of PepsiColaon of the local observance and school pupils. The proceeds
l E' J< Lewis, It was de- the laying Streetto was well-known In this I' MaxvUle has been completed. club was part
Walnut behind will be us-
|def that each child entering extension pipe from She is survived by three children, his property directly When finished, this road will reduce -, of National Boy Scout Week. from this entertainment
hool Should provide sufficient water pressure Mrs. Anna the Green Glow filling station on I I Club Is the sponsoring ed by the Raiford P.-T. A. to help
present a birth cer-! H. E. Fortner. Melrose; the distance from Starke to The Rotary
Icate or other of All for homes on Lafayette and Mrs. Minnie I Road 48. The building will have a I for the troop here. enlarge the school library.1St .
proof age. : will also Canon. Melrose; and sheet tin waits. I Jacksonville to around 40 miles. group .
hydrant floor
iPc&ers! A fire concrete
are Instructed to advise Street. Wynn, Lake Okeecbobee.
I (Continued on page eight) be provided later In this area.



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BJADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY_, FEBUtJ.\lty
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'\OTICK 'ed by certificate Nos. 346 and 1124 i\ Tin: rmrtiT (' '....

. CHILE TOWN DESTROYED BY QUAKE MANY RENEWSUBSCRIPTIONS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and'I KIUIITH JIUHClL: 01'11'1'tl1"
Notice i In hereby given to all represent unpaid taxes for the years TUB BTATM O..L ,It
I creditors and claimants of the 19JU! to 1939. both Inclusive amountIng AM FOIL "1I.'IH'UUII.n,
estate of (')Orus F Hoover, deceased to $47.05.ALSO IN ('IIt.NC'IClty 01,
to file your claims with County : ilk 30 Ex Lot I LivingstonTruby IN THE MATTER OF
I The following persons renewed Judge E. K. Ferryman within & Co's Add. to Starke, Sec. TH13 ADOPTION OF )
eight months from, the first publication 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., SHIRLEY CASTLE
their subscriptions to the Tele- of this notice, or your claim The taxes to be sold are evidenced BERRY;

graph during January: will be barred by etatute and unl'olleC'tabllt by certificate Nos. 483 and 1127 NOTU'
\ against said estate. This of 1930 and 193* respectively and TO WHOM IT ,
'i : ;i I W. D. Fender, W. M. Wainwright the JOth day of February, A. t>. represent unpaid taxes for the years, YOU WILL PLo MAY AKI', '?'T..E' ?

A II Edward Burns, J. N. Nor- 1939. 1929 to 1 1939 both Inclusive amounting TICB That on MonS,,, &
HooverAs to $48.40.ALSO. t .
Catherine Della
I day of February, _t
man, E. W. Hayes, G. P. Wads- of Blk > I>
13 14
Administratrix of estate of Cyrus : Lots 1, 3, 12. 10:00 o'clock In the i III:,!
II worth, Mrs. S. V. Andrews AlphA ]V.; Hoover deceased. 2-10 U 3-3 31 Livingston Truby & Go's Addi- soon thereafter as th 'nuo
tion to Starke Section 28 Tp. 6 S. K. heard, the larn( "
I Hazen, Star Worklngman'sStore 22 E., Lynn Parker and undert.5 wit ( ,",.

II Freeman Register, Joe OltHRH ISOTICn OK TO PMII.ICATIOrV APPKAIl. AND The by taxes certificate to be Nos.sold 484 are and evidenced 1128- '' er, will prevent to th". HI'n\ 1'1:

Noegel, Orie Wiggins J. W. Pre- The State of Florida to John H.Klnlaw of 1930 and 1933. respectively and Z.pbove Adklns.styled one Court of Jud8558'

vatt W. B. Alexander, Roy Ed- : represent unpaid taxes for the the Court House ,in at hi.! Ol
You are notified that bill of complaint thl
1929 to 1939, both inclusive
I I wards, J. J. Jones, W. N. Brown, for divorce and custody of amounting years to $22.69. Starke Florida a petiln( 'To5.Dr,:
for an Order
: I. B. R. S. Wasdin A. children and due affidavit for this Sec. 23 authorizing '
: : Thompson, ALSO: SE%. of SW4 Tp. tlon of Shirley Ih.
order, has been filed In circuit courtof Ca..tleberrj'
8 8. R. 22 E., 40 Acres.The
: : _. I I A. Edwards, W. B. Mundy M. F. Bradforl County Florida< InChancery taxes to be sold are evidenced said Vivian Lonnie Parker Lynn Parhj LJ, i.J''

i Prill gle, Miss Amy Moore, A. In case No. 83S wherein by certificate Nos. 680 and 1634 the Court to and fUI "ot'
I Dorothy Kinlaw In plaintiff and of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and' change 1 rh. ,,
Bronke J. If. Fields Mrs. Ida Shirley Castleberry
? D : John H. Kinlaw defendant: and you. represent unpaid taxes for the years tl. SMriLONNIH "
t Maxwell Emory Lewis, J. R. Hall, John H. Kinlaw are hereby requiredto 1929 to 1939 both inclusive amountIng er. .
appear In KB Id cause on .MarchH I.YNIPA.RI
E Ben Rowe W. L. Andrews Mrs.J. to $120.69.ALSO VIVIAN (}
1939. Bradford County Tele- : Lot 7 of Blk 1 Livingston PARKER
D. Cheshler Mrs. A. F. Matzat graph In designated as the news- Truby & Co's. Add to Starke !Seo. IdTV. 1.21 51
k paper In which this order shall bepublished 8 S. H. 22 B.,
Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. T. Olsen
week for four
once each
The taxes to be sold are evidenced NOTICe ,
W, A. Stern, Carl Johns, Q. W. consecutive weeks prior tn said. return by certificate Nos. 468 and 1099 0'A1Pr. '; :;i:1'1: ()'

date. Witness my hand and of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and (Senate mil .
Hazen. Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Victoria official neat at Starke Bradford X0. in'
represent unpaid taxes for the years NOTICE IS:
I Barnes, Mrs. Wm. Norris, Mrs, County Florida this 3rd day of Feb- 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng That A. A. Annie HEnKHV holder, ''II j ,01\T.\' )

______ Ethel M. Biggs, K. G. Duncan J., ruary, A. D. 1939. to $23.97. tlflcate No. 255 Issued th C!
-- -- (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thomas. Said! tax certificates together of July A. I). 1934 ha rii2'
of desolation In this city In South Chile which D. Goodman Mrs. 3. C. Cone H. As Clerk of said Circuit Court.Knl&ht with all subsequent omitted or levi- In my office and has I1lall. :
CONCEPCION CHILI- --Radlophoto- scene B. Purvis, C. H. Clarke Mrs. R. & Knight Starke Florida, ed taxes will be sold to the highest tlon for a tax deed t..". ),,IPI
, \ was virtually wiped off the map by the earthquake on January 24 Seventy per cent of the buildings Attorneys for plaintiff. 2-10 4t 3-3 bidder at the Courthousedoor In thereon. Ii
F. Clark Joe Morris Jr. Florida
,
Starke on the 17th,, day of Febru-
1'1'I.. razed and the dead were numbered at more than 2,500. Concepcion Is Chile's southern capital. Said certificate embi u.-i.. t tho
were Power & Light Co., Container IIKPOHT OP "Til CI.RUK OP TUB ary A. D. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. lowing described
most destructive earthquakes In the history of the Western Hemisphere. The Dated this the 28th., day of January County of prop'rtl II
i It was one of the Corporation of America H. T. CIltC'VIT COIKT I'M ANn. FOKHIlAllVOIlIt A. D. 19311. Bradford StD"< ""I rKTitr
to-wit
total number of dead throughout Chile Is estimated at 30000. Shaw, L. L. Parker R. A. Griffis, COUNTY .1.OIlIItA. (03'FICIALBI2AL.A._ .!. .Thornas!. : ,.. .. ..
ON OF FOIlI'lIB
t AIT'OI'NT TAXES .. .--..**u.tton___'>*_> O_n__r>v. *L *, ..
'-'lerK' .n.rcu. .ourt o[ jirauroruCountF1orIda \Ort''
.w Mrs. Mary E. Johnson, Geo. C. YEASt 1OII8.Htnrkr. QuarterofSi.t QuHrt
White Mrs. N. T. Rltch A. H. Flu.. January 31. 1930 : 2-3 3t 2-17 North Half of Northeast QtuJj
C. A. Tax To
New Lime Plant I KnIght Collector. Southeast Quarter Sectl
<
'n
iw Johns Mrs. J. D. Overstreet Mrs. Ilrmlfonl County NOTICB'IOF 211
: APPLICATION FOR ship 5 South. Range 22 1W

BOY Opened At KendrickOCALACompletlon TOO LATE C. B. Strickland W. L. Wall Balance County due __ ProperTo TIB. TAX IJE..1U taming 30 Acre., more 'n |I...
$6,076.67 Elizabeth DeSue, L. G. Mq amount collected ___ 2052.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY nail
Cooper, u GIVEN erty under the said / '
! SCOUT of the new TO CLASSIFYBy Mrs. J. W. Killian Miss Carolyn I To Balance due _______ 4024.67 That Nelson. B. Blocker holder oiTax the name of BlackMheari ce1tclb'In
Fine & Forfeiture Certificate No. 91, Issued the Co.

$150,000 lime plant of the Cum- RUSSELL KATSecretary. Hutto R. L. Kemp R. B. Alvarez, To Balance due $2,170.24 6th., day of August A. D. 1928 has Unless said certified), 'k,
NEWSThe Mrs. A. M. C. A. Hy amount collected ______ $ 732.86 filed same In my office and has redeemed according ti.,
Pettlt ;
L mer Lime & Manufacturing Company "FIorId Pre. A..n. Durling, To Balance due __________ $1.437.38 made application for a tax deed to property described therein la.;
Mrs. A. E. Wall, T. W. Baker County Koacl and BridgeTo be issued thereon. Said certificate sold to the highest bidder

at Kendrick, five miles northof Kathryn Weest Gordon Weest, Balance due .. $8,680.9 embraces the following described court house door on the fire i'
Scouts are celebrating aFt By amount collected ______ 2931.43 property In the County of Bradford day In the month of '
29th this Ocala, marks a new step for- The habit and love life of the Amos Williams, Mrs. J. F. John- To Balance. due _________ 5749.54 State of Florida to-wit: which Is the 6th., day March of ii

birthday again-the ward In Florida's rapid industrial Coquina may not sound like a very son, Mrs. F. A. Sweezy O. L. County School General Lot Two or 5 Acres In Northeast 1939.
with a message that "Scout- To Balance due "_ $8,680.96 Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section Dated this 24th .
w time
-- day
t
but It Jar,
Ideals" Interesting subject, reallyIs Beasley, C. M. Phillips O. F. Tom- By amount collected u___ $2,931.43To 1 Township 6 South, Bange 22 19S9. H
( Ing carries on American ; expansion. Gates of Ft. Balance due __________ $6,749.63 East,
and after Luke linson, W. S. Clark J. G. Godwin containing 5 Acres more or (OFFICIAL SEAL) tJ.1'I
Ideals of service and cooperation, The new plant Is an ultramodern the and Total Sub-Schools RegularTo less.The Clerk of Circuit Court df Bn
Into subject '
delved
Myers Mrs. W. D. Dowty J. M. Mott Balance due $8,681.75 assessment of the said prop- County, Florida.
t tolerance and religious obligation development for the produc- of Intensive By amount collected ___.. $2,932.36 1-27 IOTiE '
gave over six years W. H. Struth, Mrs. J. C. Manning erty under the said certificate Issued -
to the responsibilities tion of line of lime To Balance $5 749.39 in the of
and homage a complete estab- -- was name Louts H.
to sduuS--I
study to it, he decided Mrs. Vonda Inman B. Haynes, A. Total Ir:; BondeJTo ; Hill.I

1 and privileges of participating. products including chemical by- lish a new enterprise and a new A. Durden :Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Balance due ? $8,636.74 Unless said certificate shall be 0.I %I.": op Til\

1 citizenship. It is a welcome portent drate, masonry hydrate, quick- of Coquinas By amount collected ______ 2450.75 redeemed according to law. the CKKTIKICAIKINotice
' of American lime Industry: the harvesting Mrs. Effie Johns C. A. Crosby, J. To Balance due .. __u____ 6185.99 property described therein will be i Is hereby given that
for the future lime lime agricultural
spray and the canning of Coquina E. Adkins Mrs. H. D. May, J. F. Agricultural I sold to the highest bidder at the Kick II tel' has filed with m
I Democracy that more than a million and a new masonry limestone To Balance due $ 217.02 court house door on the first Monday ten request that the tax ITIII:
and boys broth. Colley. By amount collected u____ $ 73.29 In the month of March 1939, together with all subsequent
men
and a quarter building unit that possesses exceptional To _________ ted or levied taxes held l h
While Floridians are more or Balance due $ 143.73 which Is the 6th., day of March ) ilu,
are now active members of a characteristics from a Widow 1'enalon 1939. be advertised and sold tc (the :

.4, movement. which, although found building standpoint according to less familiar with the Coquina, DOUBLE RUN To Balance due .. $ 434.04 Dated this 18th day of January, est bidder for cash as prmld,
tiniest of shell fishes that are By amount collected ______ $ 146.67 1939. Chapter 18296 of the 1937 i'
f ed to capitalize on the love all officials of the company. Mrs W. A. Tyler. Cor. To Balance due ______ $ 287.47 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the Legislature, upon tht toll
boys have for adventure In the out. found In great numbers on both toad & Bridge Interest & Sinking Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford described real estate In the f
The Cummer Lime & Manufac- our Atlantic and Gulf coasts, and Fund County Florida. 1-20 Bt 2-17 of Bradford. State of Florida![
of-doors, does not fall to provide turing Company is the new name Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee of Starke To Balance due 16734.48 Lot 6 of Block 1, l.lvliu,

practical ways for helping them probably are the state's oldest spent Sunday with Mrs. Lee's By amount collected _____ $ 5,527.55To 1\0'1'11' OP APPLIftTIO'V' FOR Truby & Co's. Addition "u" -
parents
( of one of Florida's oldest and product, most visitors and tourIsts Balance due ___nu 11206.93 TAX I>KKIHrnntr > In \fVj of NIo% Sec. 21$ 'fp t
fulfill the obligations felt by every largest business organizations know nothing about them and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Bryant. ( 11111 is,.. 163 22 E.

: genuine American. the Cummer Lumber Company Prayer meeting was enjoyed last .NOTItU Ol" OAI.K Of TAXNotice NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN. The taxes to be sold. art et.
trample them underfoot by the That Mrs. Beulah Kelly holder of ed by certificate Nos. 340 Sir I,
Scouting has succeeded In becoming which has operated extensively In millions with no knowledge of the Friday night at the home of Mr. er.nTIFICATI'H l lit hereby given that L. II. Tax Certificates Numbered respectively 1931 and 1933 respectively.
American and Mrs. O. L. Brown and will be 4-Sths of 358 Issued August present unpaid taxes for the,
!: a part of the boy'sworM this state for more than 40 years., and Patch has filed with me written request -
when collected
fact that prop- 3, 1931 and 357 Issued August 3, 1930 to 1939, both inclusive ir
held this that the tax certificates together
because It la a program of The Cummer name is Incorporated erly prepared they provide one of again Friday night. with all subsequent omittedor 1931 has filed same In my office Ing to 121.43.

: action plus idealism. So it has a in the brands born by the the most delightful and healthful Miss Allntlne Johnson Qf Starke levied taxes held by the State be and deed has made application for tax ALSOLota 1, 3, 4, S, 8, 1

, two-fold appeal demonstrated by company's new products which spent the week-end here with her advertised and sold to the highest certificates to be Issued thereon. Said Blk 3 Town of Lawtey WwRy.
food products Imaginable. bidder for cash as provided by respectively embracesthe Sec. 23 Tp. 6 S. R 22 E
. Its growth and popularity each will be marketed under the brand Another thing that few people sister Mrs. Earnest Wilmot. Chapter 1829S of the 1937 acts of In following described properties The taxes to be sold ann

year. In many sections limited on- names "Cumpur" for the lime Is of the We are glad to report that Roger the Legislature l upon the following Florida.the County of Bradford, State of ed by certificated Nos. 229 all
ade- know Is that Florida one Bentley is improving after be- described real estate In the Countyof Said 4-9ths of of 1931 and 1933 .respective. !)
lack of leaders Certificate
ly by the or products and "Cumroc" for the the entire world Bradford, State of Florida, to- No.
few spots In represent unpaid taxes for
:
356, embraces Lots
Meas- ing 111.Mrs. wit: 2. 3, 4, 6 of Blk
funds of extension.
quate masonry units. where Coquinas are found as there 11 Temples Addition to Starke in years 1930 to 1934 both Inclamounting
Lelge Coleman has to SV4 of NW% of NW% and N<4 of to 9148.63
ured In terms of boys who want gone NEK of NWVi and part of WV4 of
The new 1150,000 plant at Ken- are only about 150 miles of seacoast NVft of SWV4 of NWVi Sec. 27 Tp. 5 NE'/4 W of ALSO Lots
Theressa to be with her Ry and NH Cor of !SE% : 7.8 of Folk 2SO-
still much sister
to be Scouts there Is drick will provide a material addition on the globe where these S. R. 23 K.! 30 Acres. of NWVi Sec.: 28 Tp 6 S: R. 22 B. al Town of Starke In NE'A 01!
room" for growth. Measured in to Florida's Industrial Mrs. Robert Batten who is ill The taxes to be sold are" evidenced Said Certificate No. 357 embraces See 28 Tp. 6 H.: It. 22 *>,
pay- tiny sea creatures live in sufficient by certificate NOD. 289 and Lots
11. 12 of Blk. II
terms of results produced the Boy 82i: of Temples Ad- The taxes to he sold are e\:
roll in both skilled and unskilled quantities for commercial consid- 1932 and 1933 respectively dition to Starke In NEDr\ NW% ed by certificate No. t08 of
Scouts of America has already BOOTSEY'S BEACH and represent unpaid taxes for the and part of WVj of NEX4 W of Ry and .
labor. represent unpaid taXes ft"
eration and the bulk of this area yearn 1931: to 1939. both Inclusive, and NE Cor
? debt due the American of SEV4, of NWVi Sec. years 1(132( to 1939 both nci
.t paM any amounting to $ios.is.ALSO .
I\U'i8 Effle
is in our state. Crawford Cor.R. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 B. amounting $52.29.
people for the operating charter : SVi of SI'% of SEVi Sec. The assessment of the said
) Eight Luke Gates satIsfied !! prop- ALSO: sy of Lot 2":: n
Congress Class and one application for years ago :30 Tp. C S. Jl, 21 K., 20 Acres. arty under said 4-9ths Certificate lawn Sec. 29 Tp. 6 S H O
'*! granted by many years membership on file. During this that It was practical to commercially N. Crawford and son, Robert The taxes tn be sold are evidenced No. 356 was In the name of Unknown Acres more or lens.

J. ago.In time the boys have been trained pack a Coquina product attended the funeral of S. E. L. by certificate Nos.' 104 and ; the Assessment of the said The taxes to be sold. ai'" ted
292 of 19.11 and under
1933 respectively property said Certificate
our own community now I No. by certificate Nos t II I' at i 1
In the method of handling a troop developed a marvelous broth I Dukes at New Hope Cemetery and represent' iinnnld In"... for thoyears 357 was In the name of Evelyn of 1928 and 1933 re pectlv.l'repre.ent
there are many men port of the 1 Thursday afternoon.J. 19:10: to 1939. both Inclusive Liddon1'nlenn .
I : under their own supervision the which he gave the trade name of unpaid taxes fUlh.>
who have been Included I amounting to $.11.OK.ALSO. said certificates shall be 1927 to
j 8,400,000 1939 both Incluslv( in
, boys themselves having earned Ko-Keen-A: and which he has been A. Cheshier and Wilbur Kirk- : : NE':' of NK'i of NEH, Sec. redeemed according to law, the Ing to $13.95.

4 ; In the Scout family since 1910 who places of leadership within the putting out with steadily increased land were business visitors to 31. Tp. I H. It. 21 E, 10 Acres. I properties described therein will be Said! tax certificates will II!
believe In the principle that "Once Jacksonville The taxes to be sold are evidenced I sold to the highest bidder at the sequent omitted or I,,'v "d
Troop. Two new Patrols have demand from year to year in last week-end. by cvrtlfU-ate Nos. 105 and 295 Court-house door on the first Mon will be sold. to the highest!
q a Scout always a Scout" and who been formed (making four In the spite of the fact that limited fin- Misses Kffie Crawford and Miss of 19,11 and 1" :13: respectively and day In the Month of March 1939, at the Courthouse duo "i> '
are doing their beet to extend and Mildred represent unpaid taxes for the years which IH the 6th., day of March, A. on the 10th day of February
Troop) and the highest office that ances prevented either promotion Cheshler were visitors to 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- I>. 1939. at 11:00: o'clock A. M.

Interpret In practice the conceptof can be attained by a member of or rapid expansion. Fernandlnu Monday.Mrs ing to $19.75. Dated this 16th., day of January, Dated this the 21st dal of
ALSO: Lots 6, 7 Elk 27 A. D.
and moral Livingston 1939.
civil responsibilitiesthat 1939.OFFICIAL.
the Is well taken Because of Us nutritious value .G. B. Johns has returned to Truby & Co. Add ( ary
Troop being care to Starke Sec. 28 A. J. Thomas ( A. J T>
comes to them in their Scout of. The boys have proven their Ko-Keen-A broth is particularly her home here after spending the TIB M. R. 22 I':., Clerk of\ 'lr11L30u of Bradford Clerk of Circuit SEAL Court ">f Br.

Troops. For this reason if for no I ability of leadership in conductingone valuable for invalids. Hospitalshave past two weeks in Plant City and The taxes to be sold are evidenc. County, Florida. 1-20 5t 2-17 County.. Florida I 1-271'

other. America has every right to I meeting in January with no proved one of the best mar- Tampa with friends and relatives.Mrs. .

, be proud of its Boy Scouts. adult supervision reporting an excellent kets for the product while clubs, I Claude Moody and children

As surely as these things are session at that time, and better hotels and restaurants are of Green Cove Springs are spend-

true of the Nation as a whole so carrying on the work In a fine now beginning to serve it as a ing some time here with her par-

are they true as applied to our ents Mr. and Mrs. SMALL BUT
way. specialty. Many retail stores now : L. M. Murr- MIGHT
own community and to our own stock it and this hee.
4- new product gives
70 Scouts of America. In recognition of the work of the
' Troop Boy of
promise
eventually becoming
There men In Starke boys, and the adults assisting in
; are many quite popular. water mark. When the tide turns
, j the work a list of all concernedis
who look back their
upon own below This amazing sea-food delicacy's and the first few incoming waves !
given :
Scouting days as the happiest of chemical analysis shows It con- wash over the buried Coquinas, rL
and the Ideals that The Rotary
their youth Sponsoring Group--The tains
calcium, phosphorus iron the procedure is repeated except
'
established In these Club of Starke Com-
i1 were days by ; Troop
iodine, protein magnesium potaaKliim that their movement Is controlledby
their leaders in mitteemen. Dr. M. B. 1
Herlong
are exemplified ,
I .. ronn'r and .o-lvpniron.... ... a anh* the Incoming waves until at
------ --rrn ---- --n- ---
l34i their business transactions of to- Chairman Joe Wilson L. A.
atance resembling starch but more extreme high water the Coquinas
r g day. These things however, cannot Davis, E. L. Matthews Frank Rob-
easily assimilated and not fat have again reached their original
r be measured in dollars and inson, ex-offlcio; Scoutmaster, The .
tening. position on the beach.
, be in Rev. Frank Robinson Junior Assistant
cents but can only measured ; -
The Coquinas from which the The harvesting of this unique
the attitudes created and In the Scoutmaster, Frank Rob-
broth Is made ar every tiny seldom crop is done by manual labor andIs
happiness that one derives from inson III. Senior Patrol Leader
measuring over 1-2 Inch In controlled entirely by the various -
I life. The visible gains shown by Enos Hayes; Patrol Leaders, Bat
length. Their shape reminds one actions of the tides during the
p Troop 70 during the past four Patrol, Sonny Haynes Mohican of
diminutive
$ a tiny butterfly with month. Specially designed screensof
months The'' Patrol and Junior Assistant Sen-
are briefly as follows: ( :
flat paired halves spreading likt suitable mesh are used, which
accumulation of flags, (United i ior Patrol leader) Mike Dew Pan-
wings. Nearly every hue of the permits the sand to be washed

I States, Troop. Patrol and Signal) | ther Patrol, Arch Thomas Jr. (and rainbow is reflected in their lovely from the Coquinas are they are

Camping equipment ((3 sized Bugler) Wolf Patrol Leonard
good
_ k pastel shades, which range from shoveled from the beach. The

_ tents large enough adequately to Smith. Troop Scribe, George bluish white and buff backgroundswith harvesting is conducted by a 3-
provide for the comfort of 9 boys). Flynn. Other members. Scout J.
-
radiating bands of contrast man crew. Their average day's you MIGHT BE SURPRISED TO LEARN HOW MANY PEOPLE
emblems and other E. Denmark Freeman
Register
necessary ing color giving a plaid effect, to work results in the gathering of WILL READ YOUR WANT-AD IN THE BRADFORD COUNTY
equipment. Six boys have been Edgar Wilkinson, Charles Jones,
_ _
delicate salmon about bushels of
pinks pale forty TELEGRAPH.
green
received Into the Troop during this Billy Lee, William Baker (Associate Coquinas.Each \ HUNDREDS OF READERS IN THE QUIET OF
yellows and lavenders.At has his
man
own
screen. THEIR
l period. In October there were 15 ). Jack Halle Buck McMil HOMES, IN THE STORES OFFICES AND BUSINESS
high tide coqinas will be As the shell fish are dug and
boys In attendance with the following lan. Buddy Davis, Albert Earl found two PLACES IN APARTMENTS AND HOTELS-YES, AND MANY
or three feet below the washed they are sacked about
ranks, 1 Star Scout no Thornton Bryan Harrell Chester NOW IN THE VACATION SPOTS OF THE NATION WHERE
I extreme wash of the waves. As forty quarts to the sack and plac-

First Class Scouts. 2 Second Class McKlnney Comer Perryman and the tide ebbs they emerge from ed along the beach, just at thewater's THEY ARE READING THIS NEWSPAPER WHILE ENJOYINGA
Scouts, and 12 Tenderfoot Scouts.At Peek. CHANGE
Sonny OF
CLIMATE AND
the sand at Intervals of fifteen or edge, so that the wash of ATMOSPHERE.

the close of January there was Much interest Is being shown by twenty minutes and allow the receding the waves keeps the sack moistat
?4 1 Life Scout, 5 First Class Scouts, the Scouts in the activities of the THERE REALLY IS NO WONDER THAT THESE LITTLE WANT-
wave to carry them a foot all times. And at the end of
6 Second Class Scouts, and 8 ADS PULL, RESULTS LIKE THEY DO!
week which Included
being guestsof
or so nearer the water's edge. the day's work the sacks are load-

I'f Tenderfoot Scouts. During this the Rotary Club luncheon on Then before the next incomingwave ed onto a truck and hauled to the THEY'RE TROJANS FOR RESULTS-AT-SMALL-COST
period approximately 40 Merit !
Wednesday (entertaining the Officers reaches them, with a sudden beach in front of the plant where

Badges have been earned by the of the Troop), a matinee protrusion of a tongue or mantle they are placed at a position about SO GIVE US A LIST OF THE ODD THINGS YOU HAVE AROUND
boys. During thla week
,t Badges will be earned, there 13 Merit will given by the Rita Theatre to all and a quick turn they bury themselves half way between the high watermark 'I THE HOUSE JUST GATHERING DUST AND DEPRECIATING IN

be 1 advancement to the rank of members of the Troop on Thursday with lightning speed to a I and the low water mark so VALUE-LET US FIX UP A FOR-SALE AD FOR THESE ITEMS

Star, 3 advancements to First and tonight (Friday) a depth of about one half Inch in that part of the time during the AND YOU'LL BE SURPRISED HOW EASILY AND QUICKLY

"Father and Son" Runquet made the sand where remain burIed night will be
they they submerged
and THEY MAY
Class 2 advancements BE TURNED INTO
_ to 2nd CASH.
possible through the donations by for another period of from fifteen part of the time exposed to the

parents and merchants of the to twenty minutes. Then at air. In the morning all of the THE COST IS ONLY 25c: FOR 25 WORDS EACH ISSUE.

J HERBINE I I town, and prepared and served by what appears to be a prearranged sacks are opened, the Coquinas

the Scout Mothers; A Court of signal, millions of them will pop again washed in the open Gulf,

When headache diiziiMM, tout Honor in the First Methodist up out of the sand and repeat the resacked, and hauled to the can-

womach, biliouine*., nausea, lack oippctite Church on Sunday evening. and a operation by riding another wavea ning plant.

and lutUune. or that find party to be given next Tuesday foot
or two nearer the water's Few states offer as

feeling are auociatcd symptoms ol night to which each Scout has invited edge. for new industries many opportunities as The Bradford County Telegrap'STARKE .

temporary constipation, HERBINE! I a girl friend. This procedure Is repeated con- does Florida. Luke Gates deserves -

will brinz relitf. It u strictly vegetable Scouting offers one of the most tinually until about an hour before credit fur his courage and

nudu.ine. free from banbCARPENTEU'S m1i unique and outstanding values of low tide when they go beneath the enterprise In the promotion of this

r.- n., ,, bottle. I life to the boys of our community, sand and remain burled at this one and my wish is that he meet FLORIDA

DRUG STORE I 1110, "Let's Boost Scouting." point until the tide reaches low with tile success he deserve












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STAFF The Music Man Says --. BE SURE TO SEE Meet The Seniors School's Brass Band With BooksThe BRADFORD GIRLS

JA.lofES Edltor-Xn-Chlef SEWELL SENIORS' PLAY Continues To Grow WIN TWO GAMES
Well, I'm still here. Starke is JOHN ARTHUR TORODK following books are those

A, Z ADKINS JR..eetant O. K. I hope the folks don't objectto AT BHS TONIGHT recently reported on by the elev- -
Editor-If-Cbtet i When a brass band was first organized Defeat bike latter 13-8 lore
me. On November 2, 1921, Mr. and enth and twelfth grades and
at the of this Tuesday Lake City 31-18
beginning
Reporter: Tommy Dorsey has them back, "Swevt Sixteen" Presented. In Mrs. W. E. Torode were the hap- I which were found most Interesting -
school year, many people fearing There Friday
a4I JrFrEmmetbtPerrymanhIa Dave Tough and Bud Freeman, I Auditorium At Eight py parents of a big browneyedboy and noteworthy:
lack of interest on the part of Ita
smith, Mary ., mean. You know they used to O'clock whom they named John The Rawl-
Yearling Marjorie
Alma Murrhee, members, which is not uncommon In the first game here on Tues-
Situ Rowe work with him before they went I Arthur.He Ings.
and Clara Flume with a newly organized group of day between Starke and Lake
FOR over to Benny Goodman's band; When the Senior Class decidedto started to school at the age this kind thought perhaps the All This and Heaven Too-Rachel

' U. U. S. STAFF now since Goodman has officiallylost produce the new American com- of six at Lawtey, Florida, and remained band would drift apart shortly Field. Butler, the Starke girls defeated

FEBRUARYor.inchtef the title of King of Swing to edy, "Sweet Sixteen' they did 30 there eight years. For after its beginning. However, The Citldel-A. J. Cronin. the Lake Butler girls 13'8. Orlne

-- Artie Shaw, they've gone back toT for several reasons. First of all, the past four years he baa attended within a few weeks, all were : Padgett was high scorer for the I
Davis.
| Jean Dorsey. Some gratitude, I call the play is clean and wholesome; Bradford High School and has Young Dr. Galahad-Elizabeth
breathing easily, for It was be- Starke girls with 12 points. The
ketball, L .H. Harper.fdl it. Too it Is highly dramatic as wellas been very popular, and is liked by Self ert.
coming more and more an estab- girls had a good defense as well
Frank Robinson.ts The fact the "You Must Have very comical; and It is a human everyone. lished fact that the boys Intendedto And Tell of Time-Laura Krey. aa a good offense.

[ Arch Thomas. Been a Beautiful Baby" and "Jeep- and moving story of youth. All John plans to enter Stetson Uni- "stick with It." Under the very Madame Curie-Eve Curler
The between the B. H. S.
Mae Harley.
aphy, Clara era Creepers" are at present tops the characters are young people, versity next year where he will capable direction and supervisionof My Son, My Son Howard game
and Lake Butler
: boys boys was an
I'r contributors in the nation's opinion, hands the still in their teens, and they're a- take a course in Business Admi Carl Roberts the band haa since Spring.
Eatelle Aus- Because the home
nlta Barefoot, bout the finest set of young The Paderewskl Memories exciting game.
true title of songwriter to Johnny nistration. been making amazingly wonderful -
Margaret Pearce, team was slow to begin work on
race Dew, Mercer. Americans you can imagine. His favorite sports are swim- instruments Paderewskl and Mary Lawton.
progress; new are
the offense the Lake Butler
Odessa Kelley, boys
Dowling, Every week I'll tell you the most They're the type of young people ming, basketball, football and constantly being added and It is Story of Mankind-Van Loon. were enabled to obtain the few
I Dowling. who are to be found in every com- hunting. He takes an active partin Dynasty of Death-Taylor Cald-
noteworthy song and they'll real- now a prosperous] organization, short shots which won the game.
munity, and no doubt, will
ly be worth looking out for be- you all athletics. having grown from a small groupof well.My The game was hard fought but; the
( EDITORIALS cause I'm particular. This week recognize In them many of the His dislikes are writing, conceited ambitious boys who hope Sister Eileen -- iluth Mc- defense was not as good after John
traits
Its Goodman's version of Mary and characteristics of some people, and "flirty" girls someday to become accomplished Kenny. Torode was put out on foula. The

| DRILLS A FARCE Lou Williams "Roll Em." Bettergo of your closest friends. John, with his winning smile and musicians, to anincreasingly large -4 game ended 10-7 in favor of Lake

!" i great importance of really after it. You'll notice I'm talk- The three leading characters are likable personality is sure to succeed one that is slowly but very definitely Major Repairs Made Butler.

Harold and Bobby Means and Bill in whatever he undertakes. .
little better realizing their hrpes.So
drills Is well brought ing a this week. Yep,
fire On Auditorium Here
nt from the Februeader's I don't approve of talking to you Baker, a young vagabond on the boys, don't stop now! Friday afternoon both boys and

an article kids in the awful language I use highway of life, whose advent DORIS SILCOXMr. -- girls went to Lake City to play
Digest written by into the and Mrs. J. L. Silcox an- Because needed
<; Means home not only badly repairs
so I've been studying up on Eng- crack teams there.
fred Fleming and taken from lish a little, having to work hard changes his entire outlook of life, nounced the birth of a daughter Lawtey School Paper were being made on the Auditor-
The Lake 26-15.
iwanis Magazine. but also sets right several prob- on December 20, 1917; they named Highly Complimented ium, the usual high school chapel City boys won

J that article the public Is too.Well lems that face the Means boys. her Doris. She has lived in program did not take place last The Sturke boys did some real
so long 'til next week. playing but the Lake lads
reminded that inefflcl- Starke almost allot her life, ex- Tuesday afternoon at its accustomed City
dly You'll I "
be interested in
greatly I "The Freshman, edited monthlyby just out-reached UII-YOU should
have made It a grim for few In Lake But- time.
Bre drills cept a years
watching the unfolding of the the Ninth Grade of Lawtey
have seen the size of them.
of lives
that thousands are Elementary Echoes story, as Harold and Dobby Means ler. Junior High School, ia a paper in- On the extreme right of the
Jessarlly taken each year by Doris started to school in Lake The Starke girls won by defeat-
-, with their fine principles and rev- deed worthy of praise and recog- auditorium, new foundation and
schools throughout the U.jie SIXTH GKAI] NEWS erence and respect for their dead Butler at the age of six. Two ,nition. flooring were being put In, and Ing the Lake City lasses 3118.

We are very glad to have Wanda parents bring out complete redemption years later she moved back to by the end of this week the work The excellent playing of the B. H.

title of the article, "Are Hutchinson We hope she will of young Bill Baker, whoIs Starke, and on account of sickness, A wide variety of articles: whichare was completed. S. girls kept their score rolling.
well divided into the us-
Farce In Your have a pleasant time here with she had to begin school again. She very The way Orine Padgett and Marie
Drills a us. Just on the verge of "going Other activities, such as rehearsals -
ual three groups-feature, news,
"'". to us a question We are making a mural show- has been going to this! one ever Crosby did ring those goals was
>ls puts wrong. The parts of Harold and and editorial, consist of Informa- for the Senior play, and small
beautiful
proud to answer ing life in the middle since, and this year she is a sen- a sight. Peggy Stanley
lIch we are ages. Bobby are being played by John valuable interesting meetings have not been hindered.
tion to yet -
many assisted them too Luclle Jordan
have ef- ior in one of the best senior classesB. ,
honestly think we The class divided Arthur Torode and Vernon David .
e into
was com- to and certain -- --
points
H. S. has ever had. everyone Myrtlce Crosby, Virginia Padgett
|t fire drills and that we are mittees for their work. Silcox respectively, and fine per-
included which contribute to
of such danger.ure Doris has brown hair and brown are What Would Happen and Jeanette Parker did some excellent
aware This week have learned two formances are promised. The role better and the
we she about 120 thinking living on defense work
to look for this interest- new songs "The Umbrella Man" of Bill Baker is being portrayed by is eyes about, 5 weighs feet 4 Inches in height.pounds part of every school child. If .-. .

article In the "Digest", and "This Is a Happy Little Dit- A. Z. Adkins and he is going to Her greatest desire is to travel, ; The staff, with whom many of Yellow and white second sheetsat
lead the alarming facts cong surprise every one by the mannerin All of the Physics claIM passed?
ty. and we all hope that desire will be I us are, no doubt, well acquainted, the Bradford County Telegraph.
unpreparedness in literal- Miss Kennedy, teacher. which he handles this difficult fullfllled. Is as follows: Sadie had a dance every weekend -

ousands of American schools. ? .... --
Garnita Hutto, reporter. part.Buy The things she likes to do most Editor-in-chief, Ovid Futch.
your tickets early for this Mary an dRuth were not such
are swimming and picking wild Associate Editor, Mar j 0 rte BUSINESSDIRECTORY
THOUGHT FIFTH GRADE NEWS fine play. Come and spend the pals ?
flowers. She takes great interest Thompson.
1 there's anything worse than We have been studying about evening with the players and we !hi her school work; We all hope Ralph R. wasn't so Interested In

ling you're good, when you're the planets so we made a chart guarantee that this inspiring play she will have much success and Circulation Editor, David Shu- F. S. C. W. ?

It's and will make feel "Sweet ford. Mae H. didn't talk In
knowing you're sorry showing their different sizes. In everyone happiness in her future years. Clara

J being able to do anythingit spelling we made booklets whichwe Sixteen". It is that kind of a play. Society Editor, Patsy Roberts. I Shorthand I.?

write our spelling on Mondayand The date is Friday, February 10. Sports Editors, Ralph Harley Mr. Beck wasn't no kind ?

we are expected to make a 8 p. m. (Tonight) and the place is Mammy Sez: and Ruby Boles. The members of the Senior

S'CH'AL WITH PRINCIPLE perfect score. We also made Art the auditorium of B. H. S. We as- "Did You Know That", Don Chorus could reach high C with The drink

|every school there I.1 ', a man Booklets which we put all of our sure you that nothing finer has Well, here we are agin'-another Covington.Joke Doris Hough?

whose shoulders all chief re- Art work in. ever been presented by local tal- week of school. I 11-13 didn't have to paint walls that

ftibility rests-the principal ent. See it and be convinced. Dat Sadie sho' did have a nice Editor, Opal Peele. now and then?
Lillian Whele is absent today. everybodyknows
I. B. Cody Principal.
ban who must run that school; Cast of Characters dance-Everyone had such a love Grace Dew wasn't! happy nil
Miss Morgan, teacher. .
ly time. Sadie sho' did look de- Miss Margaret Allison, Advisor.We
han who is responsible for glv- the time?
Betty Turner, reporter. Bobby Means, the "head" of the wish to compliment this
lovely in dat aquamarine ffi1I
to Its children the best gown. ---4' II
family, Vernon David Silcox. staff on Its excellent work, and
wants all
chUlun' to
Mammy
loda and opportunities of learn- you Answer: Leland Sponholtz.
FOURTH GRADE NEWS Harold Means, his bro- must admit that "The Freshman"is 5ctnOT.
hat are within his power, and younger make dat bestus boy friend bring i
plays one of the principalin Mrs. Nelson Green entertainedour ther John Arthur Torode. you to dat Senior Play Friday is inspiration to the staff of the"nl'adfol'd TRAIN SCHEDULE I
class last Thursday afternoon High School Journal." Schedule of trains arriving here
A. Z. Night!
Bill Baker .
building a stronger, a a stranger, ri.COCACOLA
with in honor of her
a party daily. Subject to change without
i capable America. Adkins.) L. G. has been looking lonesome CO.
daughter Ruby's birthday. She notice.
Jucation, especially in the served delicious refreshments of "Windy" Williams, a know-it-all, lately. It seems like Brooker Dan Cupid's Holiday,

Bi, Is one of this country'stest 'cake and chocolate milk. As a John Morgan Chalker. turns up at de wrong time--some Valentine Day Is HereSt. 8outhlMui.
needs; and E. L. Williams rememberance of the occasion the Abbot Ardsley, a medical stu- times. No.Local.. -___. 11.25p.m. I'RESCRiPTIONEXPERTS

man who !is working with all Class presented Ruby with a small dent, Van Jefferson Futch. Dat Everett sho' did look happy Valentine's Day, which or- No. 1U-Through____ 10.29p.m.
last week-end. It seems like Tenn- No. 107-Through____ 8.37 a. m.
Ight to
correct it.
help globe. Garrison Garwood, a studious iginated with St. Valentine long
essee sho' can make hUm happy. CARPENTER'SThe
,is not the principal's fault Billy Johns brought his bookof person, James Sewell. Mammy thinks dat Lawtey is ago holdsoftrhnJbymunst; Northbound-Due Starke

do not study; he cannot be "AEsops Fables" to school and Evelyn Prlngle. Bobby's "big taking all ob our little Margaret'stime I ago holds forth today as a rep- No. 2-Local_______ 0.28a.m. Rexall Store

fed for any failure on our Mrs. Hart reads to us when we moment", Marzie Howard. these days. resentation of hearts and their No. 108-Through____ 5.41 p. m.

', any student who fails to have a few minutes between class throbs. Valentine once more rolls PLUMBING
Vivian Adams, Harold's "heartthrob" Dose bright ribbons dat Grace' Starke and Bell. BranchNo
the most out of around on February 14th, bring- Prompt Service at
every op- and the bell.
Doshla Smith. has been wearing in her hair eho'are 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a, m.
mlty offered by our excellent mural of ing with it its usual array of valentines Uensonnblcrlces
We are making a Ruth Meek, who lives up to her becoming. No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.
>Is may well count himself as with of all shapes, sixes, colors Let Me Estimate Your Job
"Dutch Life" in connection Mammy notices dat de youngerset I Sunday's)
Ruth McGarlty. (Daily except
name,
nS ''or* much-too much. and meanings. U. H. S. greets
our geography.We Elizabeth Evans, who wants to have done taken a liking to I but I T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. C. M. RITCH
It's cupid on his special holiday
start right now preventing W. Halle's-Dat
delighted to have J. pretty new place
are be an actress, Edith Rowe. to make his might be
'Ives appearance
from later being a pArt down de Highway. Dere sho' I
Holmes, Jr., of Lawtey in our am .
he Edith Evans, her older sister, dangerous for hlm--he's let down
[ enormous group who wish class. He has been going to schoolin some pretty scenery down dere. Bronchial Coughs
Wilier Mae Thornton. I. too for his own good.
could back many
go ; who would Jacksonville.Mrs.. I saw Christine and Buddy having -
anything if only they might Pansy Pearl, a young colored a good time over de week-end. The older folks say Valentine'sDay

nabled to go through their Hart, teacher. maid. Peggy Stanley. Dey sho' do make a cute couple. isn't what It used to be; that

school work again. :Marian Brown, reporter. The Sheriff, Jewett Fogg. Dat Doshla, Juanita, and Enza the days of lace valentines and Need Creomulsion

-. Mrs. May Blossom Allen is sho' did like de ball game in carefully chosen verses have defi-'

he Telegraph makes an ideal Primary Jingles coaching the play. Brooker last Thursday night. nitely made their exit, which conviction -I Just a common cough, a chest Ingredients! that now In CreomulBton -

I for your friends who are away Mary has been looking so happy I we must sorrowfully accept cold, or a bronchial irritation of today you get I a good dose of genuine
may lead to serious trouble to Beecnwood Creosote which Is palatable -
home. FIRST GRADE NEWS Jokes lately. Tell us the secret too, morrow. They may be relieved now and may be taken frequentlyby

We are glad that February has chile, and maybe It will make us However, every year finds us with Creomulsion, an emulsified both adults and children.

Many great men were bornIn late happy.L. eagerly anticipating Its approach. Creosote that Is pleasant to take. Creomulalon is one preparationthat
come. were
Mrs. : "Why you
Long
of the trouble
the seat -
medicinal to
Creomulsion is a combination goes very
tell We're just as glad to see It as we
We will you a- H. baa suddenly decided that
February.
for class? designed to aid nature In to help loosen and expel germ-
NGRAVING bout some of them each week. Grace Green: "It began beforeI he likes dose Lawtey girls, too. ever were; perhaps lace valentines, soothing and healing Infected mucous laden phlegm. When coughs, cheat

Ruby Lilley, teacher. here." Dat Marian and Gene are still like the style of 1890 blouses and membranes by allaying irritation colds and bronchial troubles-due to
got "dat hats will be revived to an amazing and inflammation and by common colds-hang on, get a bottle)
way. aiding In loosening and expelling of Creomulalon from your druggist
FIRST GRADE NEWS Mr. Whittemore: "Gayle, if I saidI Mammy sho is sorry dat so manyob extent. Why should we be germ-laden phlegm. use it as directed and if you are not

We had a party on the Prestdent's am handsome what tense would you were forced to miss de so concerned with the outcome? The Medical Profession bas for satisfied with the relief obtained refund
Murrheewas We think it must be because any- generations recognized the beneficial the druggist is authorized to
birthday. Billy game in Luke City Friday night.
that be? effect of Beechwood Creosote in your money. Creomulston Is one
our guest. Gayle: "Past." But it will rain! thing persistent Is bound to get! the treatment of coughs,chest colds word,ask for It plainly,see that the

r been reading in our Grace has done decided dat she attention, and to Ignor Valentine's and bronchial irritations. A special I name on the bottle is Creomulsion.
We have worked out by a chemist and you'll get the genuine product
would was
likes dat little Jacksonville Day be a near Impossibility process
new Library Books. Clara Mae: "Why don't chick- boy. for blending Creosote with other and the relief you want. (Adv.)

Our room has a new Croquet set. ens lay eggs at night?" Dat Edith sho' did have a good .

We have enjoyed playing. Elizabeth P.: "Because at night time in Georgia List week-end. I'll

M. Middleton, teacher. they are all roosters." bet de University of Georgia was SocietyClara I uJlkHISde

present at de wedding ob Edith's (/J

'SECOND OKADB NEWS Mrs. Perkins: "Ralph, you look sister, who got married last Sun- Flume, Helen Dowling,
?
TilE THAT We have learned much song like a smart boy. Can you tell day.Mammy I' Marian Dowling, Enza Weaver,
FINEST notices da
"
The so ob
what dew is? many
that we like very me Doshla Smith, Jaunita Barefoot,
MONEY CAN BUY Umbrella Man." Ralph: "Sure, the earth goes a- our popular high-school girls git Muriel Smith, Vernon Silcox, and

We are having speed tests in round the sun so fast that it moody and what have you-every I Junior Adkins went to Brooker To give him a better chance
time dat dey hear dat "Hur-
\VISITING CARDS day. So far the sweats. Dat's dew. song Thursday night to the basketball :
adding every made "A" are ,, ry Home. in life, start now oft. our

WEDDINGINVITATIONS Kenneth only ones Grtder who have, Leslie Griffis Ed- Everett: "Father, I've a notionto Until next week Your, game.Margaret Pearce and Doshla systematic plan which will Y' yr' i,

Bennett settle down and go to raising Mammy.
ward Wehle, Beatrice Smith spent Sunday in St. Augus- i enable your child to obtain
James Grif- chickens.
and
Helen Edmondson Father: "Better try owls. Their Guess Who? tine.Edith a college education at ama,

BIRTH ftsr Kitty Hogshed, teacher hours would suit you better." Rowe la spending several, ingly small cost
days in Rome, Georgia.
women The Junior of whom I am talking I
ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY Edith: "We endure pain Enza Weaver was visiting In
Wonder Why ia a boy of about sixteen years of I Ask our local agentor
We better than men.
Perry Saturday.
age, and weighs 130 pounds. This
doc- write
at John: "Who told you-your boy la usually on the honor roll Billy Dowling spent Sunday In or

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Juniors are so studious tor Edith?" : "No. The shoe clerk." and by that you can easily guess Lake City

noon 1Grace Davis walk that he Is smart in all his sub- Ralph Rhodes went to Gainesville -
and Jean
e are local Dew ? I 'WGene jects. So far as hunting and Friday night.
| agents for the II.IB. school Friday morning Marian D.: it's only
ed to
Drew Co., the South' finKngrnvix no Jokes In last six o'clock and J thought I told fishing, this particular Junior
were
There could do this all the time. For
'
*!. Their entire ? to come after suffer. tttoaraut o m
of weeks paper you his splendid personality and pleasIng NEW CUSTOMJII' FLOIUD&
Fine
: what I came
Iterating Sample their Senior Gene: "That's Just
want I ..
LIGIIT COI
I'OWE"
Juniors he Is liked
The disposition by
l' IH
y
Keen by calling 29 or 8:!. .
now? after. I Let 10... sun who a..l.ted
Class rings everyone. FOD I. ohlaleiat EI.etrte ...rvie. E. JEFFCOAT Assistant ManagerP.
Everett McKlnney was so excited dew .. roar ltoaaa WI.I... ,

[ Bradford County when a certain red haired Clara the flowers: "There you is brought still some me." Typewriter ribbons and carbon a_......... Depe.Bahl.aerrleo O. Box 225

Telegraph girl Nobody came home went for anywhere the week-end.last on Ressie: "Yea. but" I'm going to paper egraph.at the Bradford County Tel- O. J_ PRILLIP, Lawtey<< Lake City, Floridaradford

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FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBKf.VRy: U
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEARAPn STARKE
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-- Baptist Men 1 Mrs J. L. Anderson and Woman's Club Sponsors Smith-Carpenter Spaghetti Supper

1 Benefit Bridge PartyThe Marriage Is EventOf Given Choir Members!
Enjoy BanquetThe Mrs. W. M. Wimberly

Club was the February 4th. Mrs. J. W. Klncalo I men of the Baptist Church Entertain for Bride Woman's 'Ir':.
DClctYJ In the scene last Thursday night of a : Mrs Virginia Weeks Carpenter D. Wainwright, Jr., were. bile
banquet given and Mrs.
a
enjoyed Anderson
Mrs. Sam I Wednesday night
Woman's Club benefit bridge party given by Miss of Tallahassee and Junius M. of ,aiI)
auditorium of the W. M. Wlmberley entertained with I r"
Mina Manassa, chairman of fin- Smith of Starke were quietly mar- when they entertained IIlel11bo
night, January
I building Monday a miscellaneous shower Monday February 4, at high of the choir of the
and her committee.The ried Saturday,
o'clock. This is an ance, MetbOd
30 at 7:00: 30, in the former'shome
night, January noon in the study of Main Street Church at an informal
annual affair and one to which Avenue, compli- auditorium, where the tables epagh:!
U. Madison
New River W. M. on in Jacksonville in supper at the home of
II. W. Monier SpeaksTo Baptist Church the. t .1
forward with much for players, was
look placed
the men .menting Miss Rosa Mae Rowe, were of the members of on Walnut Street."c'
Has Quarterly RallyThe decoratedwith the presence
Woodman) Circle pleasure. whose marriage to Charles E. Bur- I simply but effectively families. Dr.
the Immediate Narcissi, calendulas
Starke Grove 278 of the Wood- First Quarterly Iwally of the The banquet table was In the ton was an event of Sunday, Feb pink gladioli. Thomas Hansen, pastor of the attractively arranged and f r
in
' session Missionary Union of the of and was attractively 5, In Rome, Georgia. After three progressions of tow bot
', man Circle met In regular Women's shape a square ruary church, performed the ring cere- were used in decorating
Tuesday night Jan 31 in the Hall New River Association of the Baptist decorated with, sweet peas The two hostesses and the hon- bridge the following prizes were mony. and dining rooms foi the HV

with Mrs. Maude Andrews' presiding ; church met Tuesday, January I and dainty sprays of fern. Red oree received their guests infor- awarded: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Nuptial selections were playedby affair. this Iov i ,

in silver holders lent a becomingly high for ladles, a shampoo, set,
Flf ly-slx members were present candles mally. Mrs. Anderson was -
meeting John Entenza.
:31 at Raiford for an all-day The guests found their
and every officer was In her further note to the table arrange- attired in a street length and manicure from Leila's Beauty place
The bride becomingly gowned -
was
at ten o'clock and for the long dining table
convening D. Vining, high which
L.
with
chair. I ment. model of green silk crepe, Shoppe; in a suit of dusty rose featuringan
with 1
centered
After the routine business was lasting until four in the afternoon.The The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pastorof which she -wore a shoulder cor- men, a book of theatre tickets all-over embroidered jacket narcissi and an arrangement

transacted, H. W. Monier, special theme was "Go Forward" the church, acted as toastmaster sage iof' pink gladioli. Mrs. Wim- from the Ritz Theatre; Mrs. W. with japonlca-colored accessories.Her candles in fiesta calendulae Yen
holders
representative from the home of- Matthew 28:19. The opening devo- for the occasion and called on berley was .gowned in black and B. Sewell and Mr. Sewell, second flowers were a corsage of the central tula .
embellishment
fice at Omaha Neb. and Mrs. tional service was conducted by i various members for Impromptu her flower J were a corsage of pink for ladies and men respectively a Talisman roses. places set with
the brightly
Vonda Inman, district manager, speeches. One of the highlights on and blue gladioli. The brideelectwas book of theatre tickets from Mrs. Smith, daughter of R. A. color
Mrs. A. M. Darby and her subject Ritz Theatre and a car wash from fiesta ware completed the
were escorted to the rostrum and the program was a humorous debate charming in a teal blue spec- Weeks of Brooker and the late tal
"Ye Shall be My Witnesses "Resolved That A beautiful corsage Beasley's Service Station; third, arrangements.
were given honors. was on the topic: tator dress. Mrs. Mary McBeth Weeks, Is a
offered by The Minister and and white narcissi Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, a tray from Members of the choir Incluc
In his address Mr. Monier praised Acts 8:1.: Prayer was Henceforth of bride's roses graduate of Bradford County High
the Clar-Jean Shoppe and D. A. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, jl[
Mrs
Shall Enter Into a costume.
after which the Church completed her
"
the Starke Grove on progressin the Rev. C. F. Hooker, School and attended Florida State
the Lengthof of the home were Monteith, a box of handkerchiefsfrom Adkins Mrs. J. W. Kincaid J
The ,
and proficiency. the Rai- Contract, Stipulating rooms College for Women in Tallahassee.For .
growth by
14 greetings were given Store and low, Mrs. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest
His Term of Service. A. J. decorated with bowls of narcissi I II Stump's ; the past eighteen months she ]titre'
Mrs. Inman told of the State ford W. M. S., and a response was Thomas was on the affirmativeand and house plants. I Ralph Cox, a box of cookies fromS. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs J.
has been connected with the Flor-
convention to be held in April and made by the Lawtey members. I, the R. John's Store.In Warren, Miss Abbie Harley I
the
to T. K. McClane, Jr., on. Games were played during i ida Industrial Commission at Tall- R.
the Starke degree team
urged A message In song was given by negative T. Frank Landrum gavea evening and at the conclusion a ; a bingo game Mrs. E. L. ahasseee.Mr. Williams, T. T, Long Mr andM i

take part. the Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Mocker, humorous report on the "Ways game of Chinese Checkers. Miss Matthews received a case of Coca-' Smith, a native of South Jim Ritch and Mrs. S. E. Ritch

An Officers' Club was organized and was followed by a sermon delivered and Means Committee" and' the Martlle Hemingway was found to Cola donated by the Starke Coca- Carolina, has spent most of his the State Farm, and Mrs. r.

which will meet monthly.It the Rev. G. E. Cutahaw, of L. G. and James Long, organist. Mrs. A Efl'
by male chorus, composed be the winner and was presentedwith Cola Bottling: Co., life in Florida. He is a conductoron \

was announced that twenty- his subject being "Southern Baptists "- Powell, L. A. Shepherd, John a cosmetic kit. Lewis received a box of assorted the Seaboard Air Line Railroadand is director. t

rr five prizes for proficiency of grove must repent and go forward. Powell, Mr. McClane, R. G. Gomes Miss Rowe was presented with cookies a gift of S. R. John's owner of the Starke Dry AuxiliaryTo

work would be given by Head- A business session was presidedover and A. O. Andreu, sang "Stars of many lovely gifts which were on Store. Cleaners. St

!' y quarters to the first ten groves by Mrs. L. E. Wilson, Associational -, the Summer Night" and "Church display in an adjoining room. In a "cake walk" George Man- Immediately following the cere- Give Silver TeaSt.

i' reaching this goal. Starke offi- President, and the morning in the Wildwood". They were accompanied -I Delightful refreshments consist- assa and L. D. Vining won cakes mony Mr. and Mrs. Smith left fora Mark's Auxiliary of '

cers are practically proficient session was concluded with at the piano by Mrs. ing of a salad course and coffee made by Mrs J. M. Brownlee and wedding trip down the East Episcopal Church will en .

1 Following the business meetingMrs. prayer by the Rev. S. 'J. Morgan.At L. A. Canova. were served by the hostesses. Mrs. W. L. Wall.Refreshments Coast and after the fifteenth they at a Valentine Silver Tea

Vergie Flynn, who had the noon hour a bountiful About forty members were pres-I Invited to enjoy this lovely affair of ice cream and will make their home at 310 Madi- Thursday afternoon,February!

charge of the program for the luncheon was served to all members ent to enjoy the banquet.The I with the hostesses and Miss cookies donated by Carpenter'sDrug son Avenue, of this city. from 3:30 until 3:00: o'clock In.

I evening, presented Miss Virginia and visitors present. Y. W. A. girls, Mrs. T. K.I Rowe were: Misses Myrtice and Store and S. R. Johns' Woman's Club building.

Sewell and Miss Dorothy Faxon. The afternoon session was open- McClane, Jr., counselor, were in Florled Kllllngsworth, Miss Mar- Grocery Store respectively were Baptist W. M. U. Circles An attractive musical progTt

Virginia delighted her audience ed with prayer by Mrs. A. M. charge of decorating the table and tile Hemingway, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, served to the following players: Meet is being arranged by Mrs. R

with a piano solo and Dorothy entertained Darby and the guest speaker was serving the guests. Miss Louise Snyder, Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. MondayCircle Davis.

+t i her listeners with a Miss Wilma Bucy of Atlanta, Ga., Middleton Miss Madge Middleton, and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and Number One of the Bap- The proceeds from the tea
i
w humorous reading. who is with the Home Mission Methodist W. M. S. Circles Misses Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mr. and Mrs. tist W. M. S., met Monday after- be used toward extensive repj

During the social hour the host- Board. She spoke enthusiastically Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. L D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. noon, February 6, at the home of and termite extermination >]

,, on the work of the women in the Enjoy Meeting MondayMrs. W. H. Hart, Miss Virginia Fugate, Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Floyd Green with twelve Mark's Church. on

refreshments church, and told of her tour of the Frank Robinson was host- Misses Etholln and Dorothy White, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. A. members present.

Southern Baptist Home Mission ess Monday afternoon to Circle Miss Elaine Wynn, Misses Grace Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, For the Bible study Mrs. L. G.

I field and of the work being done. Number One of the Woman's Mis- and Dorothy Green, Misses Ruth Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. N. D. Powell told of several important RUPTUREShield

of the Methodist and Edith Rowe, Mrs. W. H. Smith Jr. Mrs. E. L. Mat- Bibical women after which the
At this meeting there was a linen sionary Society Wainwright, ,
shower for the Training Schoolin church, and the parsonage decora- Miss Doshia Smith, Mrs. G. P.Wadsworth. thews, Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss Lord's Prayer was recited in uni- Expert Here AgairE.

DARBY'SST Louisville, Kentucky, and each tions were baskets of narcissi and Miss Florence Gill, Abbie Harley, Miss Kitty Hogsed, son by all present. J. MelnltardJ, widely knJ

Society brought gifts of linen to be early blooming azaleas. and Mrs. Glen Wood. Miss Evelyn Stump, and George Minutes of the previous meetingwere Export of Chicago, will pcrwnjH'

sent to this school. The value of Miss Olive Ray, Circle chairman Manassa. read and approved. The personal be In Gainesville, Fla., at U

the linen contributed by the Starke presided over the meeting Bridge Club MembersAre A profit of ten dollars andninetytwo _service report was also read. White House Hotel, on SuturiJ

Society amounted to $10. -d-'announced as the opening Guests At SupperMr. cents was made for the Mrs. v. H. carcien; was appointed and Sunday, Feb. 18th and I lid
enlistment chairman. from 1:00 I'. M. to 4:00: I I'.
Local women attending this number the hymn, "My Faith and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, club. Refreshments of ice daily Please note dates and hot]
strawberry
meeting were: Mrs. L. G. Powell, Looks Up To Thee," with Mrs. L. Jr., were hosts at a barbecue fish and carefully.MR. .
cream cookies were served
Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. G. W. D. Green at the piano. Mrs. W. supper last Tuesday night, Jan- Talk On Education the hostess. by MEINHARDI has be

Alderman, Mrs. J. L. Silcox Mrs. P. Smith conducted the devotional uary 31, at their cottage on Crys- Made By W. B. SewellAt This circle will meet with Mrs. coming here for 15 years H

W. J. Epperson, Mrs. One Wig- taking as her subject "Faith"and tal Lake when they entertained Woman's Club Wed. W. H. Perkins next month. Shield is well known for profiting :

gins, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs.L. reading a portion of the elev- members of their bridge club anda immediate results. It strenf:

H. Jennings, Mrs. R. A. enth chapter of Hebrews. The few Invited guests. The regular social meeting of ens the weakened muscles ofu

Thomas Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mrs. program topic was "Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright and the Starke Woman's Club was Circle Number Two met with Opening-retaining the Rupture
Mrs. G. W.
Ernest Byrd, Mrs. Thomas Hard Mexicans of the Southwest. Mrs. their guests barbecued fish on the held Wednesday afternoon at Alderman and Mrs. S. 10 days "on the average case, )
J. H. Fields and 3:30: o'clock In the club buildingwith P. Vandiviere at their home with gardless of the size or location a;
ing, Mrs. H. L. Hough.W. J. W. White, Mrs. banks of the lake In the late after-
/ s. Mrs. A, J. Keen each gave a partof noon and during the evening the president, Mrs L. A. thirteen members and two visit- no matter how hard you work
' COFFEE Canova in the 'Mrs. ors present. The Devotional was strain. It Is water-proof, quid
Amelia chair. N. D.
and Miss
this topic, .
C. T. U. MeetingThe novelty games were enjoyed.Mr. '
led by Mrs. A. M. removable and has no leg'etrajPositively !
..oaitp Wainwright, Jr., secretary, read Darby, presi-
Ray gave excerpts from the Missionary and Mrs. E. L. Williams, the
( no or cam
W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. the minutes of the last meetingand dent of the society. surgery
Bulletin. Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Mr.
Shepherd, burning Injection treatment USK
W. P. Smith last Friday and a Mrs G. W. Alderman was
announced the meeting of the appointed -
The circle welcomed as new and Mrs. J. M. Whittemore, Mr. Rupture (Hernia) occasions
good attendance was noted. An Book Club to be held Tuesday personal service chairmanand causes backache, constlpatio:
Special 29cSpecial members the following persons: and Mrs. Jack Williams, John
especially good program Is being Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. Emma Atkinson and the following club night at 7:30: o'clock at the homeof Mrs. One Wiggins was appointed nervousness, weakness stoma
planned for this week and mem- Mrs E. L. Biggs. orphanage chairman. pains-some-times resulting 1
and members to the
Murphy, Mrs. A. J. Keen were present enjoy I
bers are urged to attend the meet- Mrs S. E. Sparks, the mission serious conditions.Men .
Mrs. Miriam Kickliter. Circle evening with the hosts: Mr. and Miss :Mina Manasaa, chairman of
Ing which will be held at the homeof study leader, gave a review of a having small or extreme
; Number One was invited to meetin Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mr. and finance, announced a Strawberry
Mrs. O. E. Stansbury at 3 o' chapter from the book "Following large Ruptures which have retur
March with Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Festival to be held February 25.:
clock this afternoon (Friday). In His Train." ed after surgical operations a.
and Mrs. Sam Anderson, at the W. N. North, and Mrs. J. P. Warren Mrs. L. D. Vining, chairman of Mrs also invited. When all oils
-- --- Education Darby gave an interesting
home of the former. had charge of the pro- fall-see MEINHARDI He will
talk on the work of the
.-- gram for the afternoon and pre- personal pleased to demonstrate with
I FOR ALL FORMS OF After the business session a service committee.
I sented Mr. W. B. Sewell charge. ( invitee
and Four Hostesses who gavean Only men are
social half-hour was enjoyed,
iIwcut address This circle will meet with Mrs.L. White only.
at that time the hostess, assistedby Entertain U. DrC.: cation interesting In The Home." on "Edu- G. Hemingway and Mrs. Orie

INSURANCEPLEASE Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. O. At Lawtey Wednesday I Wiggins at their home in March.

trans amnacCOFFEE' W. White and Mrs. L. D. Green, Mr. Sewell began by citing the Light refreshments FLOWERS

PHONE 116 served Russian tea, rosette waf- Mrs. Hal Edwards, Mrs. Effie importance of the home, stating by the hostesses were served
at the close of FOR ALLOCCASIONS
ers, and heart-shaped sandwiches, Miner, Mrs. G. W. Roberts and that a Christian home is the nob- the meeting.

+. ou4w cakes and mints. Mrs. Charles Dinkins were host- lei. of all institutions and also
I esses Wednesday afternoon of last IN ANVDESIGNS
describing the Influential the
HAROLDC.WALLAgency Mrs. Robinson had as gueststhe I part Circle Number Three met with
week to the W. T. Weeks Chapter,
family plays in the
following circle members: community, Mrs. Annie Richard at the State
I United Daughters of the Confederacy this showing the need for educa-
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. S. Matthews Farm. Also Flowers
at the home of Mrs. Ed- tion in the home. He
Agcy. Est. Over 50 Years Misses Olive and Amelia gave sever- The Devotional washed" by Mrs. I Wired to
wards. Early spring flowers, consisting al concrete
3 Pound Jar 85c I Ray, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. of daffodils, snow-drops, tion and definitions for educa- H. L. Hough, circle leader, and AnjboilyAnywhere

W. P. Smith, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, stated that a home signi- Mrs. R. A. Thomas gave the mis-
and red flowering almond, addedto fies
Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs. A. J. a family as a cooperative en- sion
study.At .
,... ... of For Any
-0.---- ------- -- - .. the attractiveness the rooms terprise.Mr. .
keen, Mrs. Emma Murphy, Mrs. the close of the meeting Mrs. OccasionMRS.
.
held.A
where the meeting was
W. Mrs. Miriam Sewell brough out Richard
FLOWERS A. Redgrave, the fact served a delicious salad
business session was presidedover
Kickliter, Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs that pre-school education Is most course to the fifteen members N. D. WA1NWRIGHT
I and
All orders filled with careful consideration J. H. Fields Mrs. J. W. White, by the president, Mrs. E. K. important in training a child men- I two visitors. Phone 102wvou

; for the requirement of the individual. Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. Titus Olson Perryman; Mrs. Ethel M. Diggs, tally, physically, and spiritually. ,-
secretary, and Miss Olive Ray,
attention and He gave as aids in -
Special given to promptness developing
,
treasurer pro tern,.transacted their
6
character books, visitors, and
economy.
duties. decided to
The
chapter
Mrs. Carrie Ritch was hostessto other worthwhile outside Interests, : ;
I' buy a of "The Flight Into
Mrs. L. G. Powell copy and
Circle Number Two, and her emphasized the necessity for
Oblivion, by Dr. Hanna of Win-
Phone 123-J home was made more attractiveby absolute honesty as one of the true
ter Park, and present it the I
... potted plants, Eucharist lilies I to. yardsticks by which a home
- --- -- -- --- library of the Bradford County may
and other early spring flowers. :. be evaluated and made a plea for
high school.
The business session was presided happier homes. 41101101If
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chapter his-
over by the circle chairman, Mrs.
Following Mr.
torian, presented Miss Amelia Ray Sewell's address
''r VALENTINESFOR Pearl Simpson, and the program' :1\:'rs Vining presented Miss
ll who talked on historical facts a- Evelyn
was in charge of Mrs. L. D. Vin-
cLL bout New Orleans, La., which has Slump, who delighted her llstenei t want to
11 Ing, who also led the devotional been called "America's most Interesting s with two vocal selections, "Can r If you

service. city because its character I Forget You and "Moon At give yoursweetheart

EVERYONEWhy The topic of the program was is largely made up of the S a." Miss Stump was accompanied the

J "Brazil," and from the World blended customs and architecture at the piano by Mrs. E. M\. !:
Outlook "Brazil Battle Ground of I Dt.-U. 1 t
of three nations the flags of i rn very finest

Not Send Her the Nations" was reviewed by Mrs France, of Spain, of the Union and I During the social hour a delicious Valentine gift
1P L.A. Davis "A Home Children salad
the Confederacy have floated course with hot tea

rri, LARKWOOD HOSIERY Love" was the title of an article over this soil." Mrs. E. S. Matthews was served give her candy.

p reviewed by Mrs. L. F. Smith. Extracts who has recently visited Hostesses for the afternoon whole

79c to $1.00or from the Missionary Bulletin -I New Orleans, talked Interestingly Wt; 'e : Mrs. O. L. Haynes, :Mas. It's so

were given by Mrs. E. K. N. D. Waliiwright. I deli-
of things that Impressed her most Sr., Mrs. W.I some and

Perryman.The while In that noted city. L. Wall. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. and

circle welcomed Mrs. W. G. During the social period a T. K. JlcClane, Mrs. I-I. M. Richard cious .

"Say It With Flowers" Halle as a new member. Before tempting chicken salad course, In Mrs. W. E. Murphree Mrs. she'll appreciate

moving to Hastings, Mrs. Halle which the St. Valentine idea was P. D. Fancher, Mrs. R. C. Buford,

was an active member of the carried out, was served by the and M.a Willie Mae Hlnson. your thoughtfulness in choosing the best for her.

See Society, and since she has moved hostesses _A ,. I
our new line of tweed sport coatsin to the following guests: L GALES NUNNALLYS
back to Starke the Auxiliary Is'' Mrs. Perryman, Mrs. S. E. Brown- Book Club Meets I

exciting color combinationsSmart glad to have her help. lee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Tuesday NightThe I JOAN MANNING WHITMANS

Mrs. Vining Invited the circle to Marcus F. Brown Miss Amelia pas-I
Rcv Fra=Ij nob n otl, HORTONS
meet with her the first Mondayin Ray Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. tor of the Methodist Church I
will

bags $1.00 and $1.98 The March.hostess, Mrs. Hitch, servedice Miss Ethel Olive M. Biggs Ray., Miss Mrs. L.Madge A. Davis Mid-, give Buggy a review Doctor"of "The Horse and I i Fine Candy at a Low Price

by Arthur
s cream and pound cake to the dleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews. E.
Hertzler
New dresses following guests: Mrs. Simpson, -----..-- the book at clue the regular meeting of 25c to $3.00CARPENTER'S
<
:
Tuesday t
arriving every day Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. L. A. Study Class To Meet 7:30: o'clock at the home rJs'of Mrs.at

See them Davis, Mrs.: W. G. Halle, Mrs. Tuesday, February li, there will E. L. D ..611.Members .

Perryman, Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. I be an all day mission study classof of the club are looking
L. F. Smith Mrs. Hogan Smith, i the Woman's
Soci- forward
Missionary to
CLAR JEAN SHOPPE Mrs.Hutto.A. Mrs.H. Green, Mrs. L. S. : ety of the Baptist Church at the the r.:'' Robinson hearing this a student review and by DRUG STORETilE
Vinlng and
home of the
president, Mrs. A. :M. fluent *r ;acar.
PHONE 97 Heuaeman of Montana, who Mrs'j Darby, beginning at 10 o'clock in I All who
are interested
in
'tur guest at Mrs. Perryman'a the morning. good nEXALL STOREPAGE
llt-rnture: are urged to attend.


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'.. 1039 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA PAGE FI\'E
FEBRUARY _____W____. '--- .- -- ------------- .-- .. ___ _.__ _______0.;==______ _
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Mr. and Mrs. IL C. Wall of Tall-I The Rev. and Mrs. W A. Fischer Mrs. R. A. Gahagan arrived Among those attending Paul

ahassee spent the weekend here \\made a short visit here with form Savannah Ga., to spend WlUteman's Concert In Gainesville

with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. WaU friends Wednesday enroute to Thursday of last week with her Thursday were Mrs. L. A. Canova, A.{
their home In Jacksonville after father, L. C. Powell who celebrated -
Bits of Min! Mina Manu, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Long returned Mon- spending some time in Tampa. his ninetieth birthday anniversary -
hon- Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. S. P.
at that time. He was
day from Jacksonville, where she
Miss Lois C. who has ored with a family dinner party Vandlvlcre, Miss Ruth Sternberg,
visited her daughter, Mrs. L. Ray spent! ; 4'
local Nevi Long. the past two months in Jacksonville Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr. and
I with her son and daughter- Friends of the Rev. and Mrs. L. Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump. ProvidesCASHla
Mrs. A. M. Darby recently visit- in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. LaurieG. A. Shepherd will regret to learn
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND ed her son-in-law and daughter Ray, returned home Tuesday.Mrs. that they left last week for the event of accident.
Miss Ruth Rowe will .
Friends of CASH-la event of illness.CASHTo
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Mr. and Mrs. George Marks in De- State Farm where they will make
PROGRESS Land. James Godbold returned their home. Mr. Shepherd has accepted -I regret to learn that she la con- pay hospital blUs.

Monday to her home in Jacksonville the position as chaplain of fined at the home of Mr. and Mra. CASH-To pay doctor bill.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy after spending several days the Prison Farm. J. F. Durton In Rome, Georgia, CASH-Or a life monthly al retirement.incomefor
T
were visiting relatives in Bruns- here with her mother, Mrs. W. S. suffering from minor Injuries received Incomefor
CASH-Or a monthly
rg w. F. Lee spent Tuesday in Miss Sandra Tarlapus of Jack- wick and St. Simons, Georgia Stroman, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, who has In an automobile accidentIn your loved one la
isonvllle. sonville is the guest of her aunt Sunday. Dowling. spent the past six weeks in Tampa Rome last Saturday night. Miss vent of prematuredeath.
Mrs. :Mike Dew. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowe Is expected to return to her .

If. and Mrs. A. H. Johns spent Lacy and Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. Edwards and C. Durden, returned home Sunday. home the latter part of this week. You pay for Perfect Protection
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lee and sons daughter, Fredrlcka.. Mrs' "FrankG. Friends here are glad to know whether you own it or no*-
in week-end of -- -
day were guests Send for complete detail TO-
the week-end in St. Peters- l and daughter, Jane
spent Bauknight that she is making a good recovery NOWf
DAY
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Council Meets -
Vining will spent this burg with relatives. Merrill, all of Jacksonville were after a serious illness.! City
D. Rigdon.
. rs k-end L. in Atlanta, Georgia. guests this past week-end of Mr. The City Council met in regular HAROLD C. \V.LLJI'ocy;

Mrs. C. C. Harris and Miss Opal Mrs. J. L. Corbett of St. Peters- and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mrs. Sam Anderson, Misses session! Tuesday night at the City Reliance! Life Insurance! Com-

Johnnie Russell spent the Glisaon of Penny Farms were burg was the guest last week of Edith and Ruth Rowe :Mrs. J. F. Hall. All members except L. A. of Plttiiburg
pany
llss in St. Augustine with visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miss Mignon' Sisson of Raleigh, Howell of Olustee and Mrs. Ver- Canova were present, and lily
k-end Rigdon. N. C., spent Saturday and Sunday non Rowe of Jacksonville attendedthe routine matters were attended to.
i lives. with her mother, Mrs. R. A. -- -- -
L. V. Jones and Mrs. Lillian marriage of Miss Rosa Mae
J. H. Tatum and Mr. and Bradshaw spent last Thurs- Mrs. Lillian Bradshaw, Mrs. L. Weeks, and Mr. Weeks at Brooker. Rowe and Charles E Burton In

irs. Charles Tatum of DeLand day in Jacksonville.Mrs. O. Jones and daughter, Miss Ferol Miss Sisson came to attend Rome, Ga.. Sunday afternoon.

guests Sunday of Mr. and I Jones, spent Saturday in Jack- the Smith-Carpenter wedding In T
e I Jacksonville Saturday. Gratton arrived here Tip Grocery
Elmo Struth and Mr. and V. B. Harrell and Mr. and sonville. Cooper
op
George Roberts of Lawtey. Mrs. Harry Houston spent Tues- Wednesday from Vidalia, Georgia
day in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Tommy Rttch, who is attending where he has been employed with
children spent Tuesday in Jack- Robert E. Lee High School in the Railway Express Agency for
sonville with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jacksonville, spent the week-end the past five months. He will AND MARKETWe
B. M. Fussell has returnedto
here with his mother Mrs. Carrie
Hayes, Jr. spend a brief vacation at his home
her home here after visiting Ritch, and uncle and aunt, Mr.
here before being transferred to have here for your savings more
relatives in Avon Park.
L. D. Vtning and K. G. Duncan and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. another station. Cut Prices February 10 & 11, 1939
attended the American Legion
Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mrs. Convention in Tallahassee last Mrs. Sam Anderson and Miss

George B. Flynn spent Wednesday week-end. Edith Rowe have returned to their Lettuce each llhNKW Celery each 5c
tl morning in Jacksonville.Mrs. homes here after spending the ,

Congressman and Mrs. R. A. week-end In Rome, Georgia as I I
Emma Canova and daughter Green and small son Robert guests of Mrs. Anderson's parents, : S founds BKAUTIFUL S Ibs.

Mrs. George B. Flynn, spent Alexis left Sunday for Washington. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton.Mr. 1 IftrMOST
Potatoes lOc Bananas c
Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mr. .. D. C. '
JL ""
and Mrs. Tolbert Black and ; "

LSSCB exceed lU,000OOO' and Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Dr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Dent of son Jimmy, of Macclenny were I'IIIE!! SURt .11

lore than $466,000,000 Insurance Hampton were guests Sunday of Belleview will spend this week-end guests Tuesday of Mrs. Black'sparents ... SUN-KIST LEMONS Doz. 15c
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken- ,
in force Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. FOR SALE- -Qt. strawberry cups,
drick, Jimmy remained for a longer -
than 90 per cent of the 350 L. Williams visit with his grandparents. $3 per thousand. Copenhagen Doz. Sc
jrger Misses Mable and Pearl Reddishof cabbage plants $1 per thousand.R. JUICY ORANGES
American Life Insurance companies
Mrs Stanley Bennett of Jack- ,
B. Alvarez, Starke. tf 1-27
Jacksonville were recent guestsof p
sonville the wek-end here Miss Avis Hill of Hopkinsvllle
dunce life has paid more than 123 Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. with Mr.spent Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.G. Kentucky and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- FOR SALE--"Seeds that Succeed" FANCY IRISH 20c

million dollars to policyholders H. Bennett. timer Bostick and small son, L. M., beans, corn, peanuts, squash, POTATOES 10 Pound.*
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr.,
and bencficiarie since organization of Bowling Kentucky were guests cukes, tomato, pepper melons
In 1903.IYKOL1) of Jacksonville were guests recently Mr. and Mrs F. W. Varnedoe of Sunday and Monday of Mr. and okra, potatoes and chutas. Also
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Palutka were guests Sunday of Mrs. V. B. Harrril en route from Cole Planters and Fertilizer Cabbage Ib. l /Tomatoes lb. 5c
C. WALL Agency ,
.
Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and Miami to their respective homes.F. Distributors, at White's Store. ,
Mrs. W. M. the
Wimberly spent
Life Insurance Company
chance
Mrs. W. P. Smith. 1-27 4t
of Pitteburg week-end in Orlando with Mr. E. Smith has returned to his p 3 Pound.

Wimberly who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of home In Orangeburg, S. C., after WANTED-Family of five or six ONIONS lOc

Tallahassee spent the weekendhere enjoying a visit here with his to pick strawberries. Will furnish -

with Mrs. Patten's mother, brother and sister-in-law Mr. and house. See Millard Judd at
NAT SEZ: Mrs. E. E. Canova. Mrs. W. P. Smith. He was accom- the Gardlnla, itp Pet or Carnation S Tall Ounii COFFEE

panied to Orangeburg by W. P.
I ddln't write this one but they'remy FOR SALE-Home and business
Smith, Jr. MILK 19c 3nvo from lOc to ISo per pound
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dlshlnger
sentiments, so here goe* location near Cook's Store on
and Mr. and Mrs. William Fleorl Road 13 for $375. Grlf-
this Roasted
Some don't get nothln' from Lindsay Ibfl.Freshly
Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned to her
of Jacksonville were recent guestsof
life, I fls, Starke. Itp. FINE CANE S
Mrs. W. D. Dowty. home here Saturday after enJoy- Freshly Ground
t'
Hut when their whines begin, ing a week's visit In Miami with
s FOR RENT-Private apartment, SUGAR 23c
We often> remind them To Suit Your
can
The Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray relatives. Mrs: Saul's daughter, private bath, hot and cold water,
That they don't put nothln' In. and children, of Jacksonville, were Miss Louise Snyder, who accom- and all modern conveniences.Mrs. Needs
'Tuln't what we have but what we here Tuesday visiting Mrs. J. W. panied her to Miami, remained fora S. F. Hamrick, S. Walnut JKUKI.L: Oil 1'1'KK 2 IbH.IAPH .
give; longer visit. Street. RID: TOP ISKANU 2 Ibt.
White and other relatives. itp
'Tain't where we are but how we 1 0 It ,.._............
live; Ll1.1UurrJ.J:. u 27 c
Misses Katie and Ruby Fugateof
_
'Tain't what we do but how we
Jacksonville were guests Sun- BOREE FUNERAL HOME GOLD TOP BKAN1JPound
do it KMOKKII: found
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley
That makes this life worth going; day Full line of Caskets & Undertaker Supplies COFFEE 18c
thru It. and Miss Virginia Fugate. AMBULANCE SERVICE BACON 18c
DAY ANI NIGHT TU'-Tm'VACJ. found
Mrs. W. D. Dowty has returnedto 58 PHONE S3
-- --- COFFEE 20c
; "Wayne Maid" her home here after enjoying a G. II. BENNETT. MI.'. U'HITE Pound; .

)J three months' visit in Lexington, "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" ; round

l Wash Frocks Kentucky with relatives.Mr. BACON 12Hc I COFFEE 27c

and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee
Madge Brownlee and Joan Dinkins Table Peaches No. 21-2 size can, 2 for 25c

A new addition to our were recent guests of Col. and RADIO SALES & SERVICE

dress departmentChic Mrs. J. F. Futch in DeLand. 14_Oz. Ruby Catsup, Bottle 9c

\ is a mild word for Mrs. E. M. Thomas is spending ELECTRICAL WIRING OF ALL KINDS

fI a these wash frocks. Pricedat several weeks at Daytona Beach TOMATOES, No. 2 Size Can 6c

with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas.
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY COUNTRYKISTPEAS,3Cans25cCOUNTRYKIST I

$2.95A The Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Fer- KEASONAHLE CHARGES

guson of Cross City were guests FREE ESTIMATES

I' Tuesday Rev. and and Mrs.Wednesday Frank Robinson.of the GUARANTEED WORKMAYE'S CORN 3 Cans 25c


New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent
) Tuesday In Jacksonville as guestsof PREMIER SPINACH 2# Can lOc

their son-in-law and daughter,

Sharkskin SuitsColors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nussbaum. RADIO SERVICE Apple Jelly, Quart _ 18c


Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Clarke 231 E. CALL STREET Peanut Butter, Quart _ 22c
: White, Pink, Blue, had as guests over the week-end
Salad Dressing Relish Quart __ 22c
or
Beige, Maize. Very new Dr. and Mrs. George Ganow and ,

and Springy lookin' and Mrs. M. Eddy, of Binghamton, N. Merita Soda Crackers, 1 Pound Box 9c

only y. J M. ALVAREZ --- Est. 1894"The IIALLAltirS IIALLOON

Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daughter,

$2.95 Nina Williamson were of visiting Lakeland Mrs.Sunday. A. D., Dependable Store" FLOUR 12 Pounds 25cIIALLAKD'S

L4 who Is confined to St. Luke's Hospital SEE US FOR OBELISK

0113 illness.in Jacksonville because of i QUALITYMERCHANDISE FLOUR Five Ibs. 25c Ten Ibs. 45c


Clearance SaleWomen's
Friends of J J. Rigdon will be ItOAN. TCU1\aws: PURE I'OKK
glad to learn that he Is able to AT LOW PRICES

Shoes be out again after being confinedto Country Sausage lb. 25c
Work Clothes For
his home two weeks because of Stetson Hats ,

N.UM|IWT.with yam land...; Illness. The Whole FamilyWING'S )
brod..d, co..I.t ".It "f wine. $5.00 to $3.50 Hens Dressed \Weight lb. 22c
brown .nd j..|. Sino I a to IlL Odds and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and ,

children, Enos and Betty, spent The Playboy's Special
$

Extra SpecialMillinery I womenWinter Sunday Mr. and In Lake Mrs. Butler C. B. Hayes as guestsof and No. Ona QualityMen's Dress Shirts Red Link Smoked Sausage Ib. 12c t;


I 1 I I I shoes that sold formerly for- family. Suits UnconditionallyGuaranteed For One Rib Stew Fresh Meaty lb. 12c
The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Year
and $2.45Sacrificed ,
large variety of Spring $1.98 foot of Blountstown were here dur- Best Quality Collar and cuffs will out

gilts for the Ladies-only ; at the ing the week-end. Mr. Lightfoot Guaranteed wear shirt Yorkshire Tub Butter lb. 31c
ridiculous price$1l was supply minister at the First

/ /t of Baptist Church. $14.95 to $17.95 $1.65, 2 for $3.19Men's ,

I Cheese Kraft's lb. 17c
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RlgUon and and Boy's Work Pant ,
ATSTERNBERG'f Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and 43c to 91.5O\
IT PAYS TO BUY
children, all of Jacksonville, were Men's and Boy's Work Shirt Boiling Bacon Fat-Back lb. 9c
recent guests of their parents, Mr. 49o to $L50 ,
and Mrs. ... J. Rigdon.
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Men's and Iloy'a Overall
FRUIT C A K E Gallon
Mrs. W. F. Stroud, of Jackson SOc to $1.00

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Burks. Palntt>r.' Overall (white) Half Price! COOKING

of Griffin, Ga., left Wednesdayafter '1.00 to S1.85
$2.50 Cake only $1.25 0 I L 75c
spending several days with Work Jacket $1.3 to $3. 3
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon.






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I FRIO.''', FEH.
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I Baptist :Men Mrs. J. L. Anderson and Woman's Club Sponsors Smith-Carpenter Spaghetti Supper -

I Enjoy Banquet Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Benefit Bridge Party Marriage Is Event Given Choir MembersMrs.

Ikil 'fSocictfjJ The men of the Baptist Church Entertain for Bride The Woman's Club was the Of February 4th. \ J. W. Kincaid md ,

I enjoyed a banquet given In the Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. scene last Thursday night of a Mrs. Virginia Weeks Carpenterof D. Wainwright, Jr. were ?'

auditorium of the Woman's Club W. M. Wimberley entertained witha benefit bridge party given by Miss Tallahassee and Junius M. Wednesday night ot last"1!

building Monday night, January miscellaneous shower Monday Mlna Manassa, chairman of fin- Smith of Starke were quietly married when they entertained 1IJe, *'l lof

I 30. at 7:00: o'clock. This is an night, January 30, in the former's ance, and her committee.The Saturday, February 4, at high the choir of the r Ale

W. :Monier SpeaksTo New River W. M. U. annual affair and one to which home on Madison Avenue, complimenting auditorium, where the tables noon In the study of Main Street Church at an, informal 8pagt.,

the men look forward with much Mae Rowe for players, was Baptist Church in Jacksonville in supper at the home of the fi
Woodman Circle! Has Quarterly Rally I Miss Rosa were placed fOI"H
; members of on Walnut
of the Street.
the
pleasure.The decorated presence
whose marriage to Charles E. Burton simply but effectively
Starke Grove 278 of th Woodman The First Quarterly Rally of theWomen's I the Immediate families. Dr. Narcissi,
table In the
banquet was was an event of Sunday, Feb- with pink gladioli. calendulas
Circle met In regular session Union of the of the and It
Hansen
Thomas
Missionary pastor
'. shape of a square and was attrac- ruary 5, in Rome, Georgia.The After three progressions of attractively arranged m 10\\11
Tuesday night. Jan 31 in the Hall the church, performed the ring cere- used in :
of were
Association
Baptist -
with
New River decorated sweet
tively peas decorating
the were ,
following
.. ? two hostesses and the hon- bridge prizes tbe Ut
with Mrs. Maude Andrew!!! presid-
r, church met Tuesday January and dainty sprays of fern. Red oree received their guests infor- awarded: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, mony. and dining rooma fo tlTu 1
members were present "
ing. Fifty-six Nuptial selections were playedby i affair. "I
and officer was In her 31, at Raiford for an all-daY.:11eet-: candles in silver holders lent a mally.) Mrs. Anderson was becomingly high for ladies, a shampoo, set, !
every John Entenza.
: chair. tog, convening at ten o'clock and further note to the table arrange- attired in a street length and manicure from Leila Beauty The bride was becomingly gowned The guests found heir placb! I

ment. model of green silk crepe, with Shoppe; L. D. Vining, high for the long dining table J
which|
: $ After the routine business was lasting until four in the afternoon. in a suit of dusty rose featuringan
The Rev L. A. Shepherd, pastor which shewore a shoulder cor- men, a book of theatre tickets centered with an l
.: transacted. H. W. Monier, special The theme was "Go Forward," of the church, acted as toastmaster sage iof pink gladioli. Mrs. Wim- from the Ritz Theatre; Mrs. W. i all-over embroidered jacket narcissi and calendulao arrangemenl\
r k.i from the home office with accessories.Her Yet
; representative Matthew 28::19. The opening devo- for the occasion and called on berley was ,gowned in black and B. Sewell and Mr. Sewell, second japonica-colored candles in fiesta holders
at Omaha Neb. and Mrs. flowers were a corsage of hal&li
tional service was conducted by various members for impromptu her ftowera:were a corsage of pink for ladies and men respectively a the central embellishment"1places

.. Vonda Inman, district manager, and her subjectwas speeches. One of the highlights on and blue gladioli. The bride-elect 0, book of theatre tickets from the Talisman roses. set with brightly
Mrs. A. M.
Darby
were escorted to the rostrum and Mrs. Smith, daughter of R. A. M
the program was a humorous debate was charming in a teal blue spec-! Ritz Theatre and a car wash from I fiesta ware completed the
were given honors. "Ye Shall be My Witnesses Weeks of Brooker and the late h
on the topic: "Resolved That tator dress. A beautiful corsage Beasley's Service Station; third, arrangements.
In his address Mr. Monier praised Acts 8:1.: Prayer was offered by Mrs. Mary McBeth Weeks, Is a
: Henceforth The Minister and of bride's roses and white narcissi Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, a tray from Members of the choir
.: the Starke Grove on progressIn the Rev. C. F. Hooker, after which the Church Shall Enter Into a: completed her costume. the Clar-Jean Shoppe and D. A.Monteith. graduate of Bradford County High Mrs. E. K. Perryman IJcln-:
(;. i School and attended Florida State Mrs A j
j
growth and proficiency. greetings were given by the Rai Contract, Stipulating the Lengthof The rooms of the home were a box of handkerchiefs i Adkins Mrs. J. W. Kincaid ,

Mrs. Inman told of the State ford W. M. S., and a response was His Term of Service." A. J. decorated with bowls of narcissi from Stump's Store; and low, Mrs. College for Women in Tallahassee.For and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mn,
the months she
convention to be held In April and made by the Lawtey members.A Thomas was on the affirmativeand and house plants. Ralph Cox, a box of cookies fromS. past eighteen D. Wainwright Jr., Mrg
.
been with Flor-
has connected the ,
It urged the Starke degree team to T. K. McClane, Jr., on the Games were played during the R. John's Store. Warren Miss Abbie ,
message in song was given by ida Industrial Commission at Tall- Harley, i t
... .1L t take part. the Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Hooker, negative. T. Frank Landrum gavea evening and at the conclusion a In a bingo game Mrs. E. L. ahasseee.Mr. Williams, T. T. Long, wr and

An Officers' Club was organized humorous report on the "Ways game of Chinese Checkers. Miss Matthews received a case of Coca- Jim Ritch and Mrs. S. E,
and was followed by a sermon delivered Smith, a native of South Rt, !
; : which will meet monthly. i the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, and Means Committee" and' the Mar tile Hemingway was found to Cola donated by the Starke Coca- the State Farm, and Mra J
by Carolina has spent most of his po
: It was announced that twenty i his subject being "Southern Baptists male chorus, composed of L. G. be the winner and was presentedwith Cola Bottling Co., and James life in Florida. He is a conductoron Long, organist. Mrs. A. E.t
Powell. L. A. Shepherd, John a cosmetic kit. Lewis received box of assorted Is director.
I five prizes for proficiency of grove must and forward." a
repent the
go Seaboard Air Line Railroad
Powell, Mr. McClane, R. G. Gomes Miss Rowe was presented with cookies ._ '
r qi : work would be given by Headquarters a gift of S. R. John's -
A business session was presided and owner of the Starke Dry -
9 to the first ten groves and A. O. Andreu, sang "Stars of I many lovely gifts which were on Store. St. :Mark's Auxiliary
Mrs. L. E. Wilson Associational Cleaners.
over by the Summer Night" and "Churchin
: reaching this goal. Starke officers : display in an adjoining room. In a "cake walk" George Manama To Give Silver
President, and the morn- the Wildwood". They were accompanied Delightful refreshments consisting Immediately following the cere- TeaSt.

f are practically proficient. ing session was concluded with at the piano by Mrs.L. of a salad course and coffee and L. D. Vining won cakes mony Mr. and Mrs. Smith left fora Mark's Auxiliary Of .

Following the business meeting prayer by the Rev. S. J. Morgan.At A. Canova. were served by the hostesses. made by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and wedding trip down the East Episcopal Church will! enter,
: Mrs. Vergie Flynn who had the noon hour a' bountiful Mrs. W. L. Wall.Refreshments Coast and after the fifteenth they at a Valentine Silver
About Invited to this affair ]
members
lovely Tea
forty were enjoy -
,: : charge of the program for the luncheon was served to all members pres- of ice cream and will make their home at 310 Madi- Thursday afternoon
ent to the with the hostesses and Miss
enjoy banquet. February
evening, presented Miss Virginia and visitors present. Rowe cookies donated by Carpenter's son Avenue of this city. fiom H'Hn until_ !_K-nn.__ -'.,...,. 1 1Woman's
i Sewell and Miss Dorothy Faxon. o The Y. W. A. girls, Mrs. T. K. were: Misses Myrtice and Drug Store and S. R. Johns' nn V "YCA"
The session Club
afternoon was open- Floried Killingsworth Miss Mar- building.
Virginia delighted her audience McClane, Jr., counselor, were in Store
Grocery respectively were
ed with Mrs. A. M. Baptist W. M. U. Circles An attractive
prayer by tile Hemingway Mrs. A. F. Sauls, musical
,
with charge of decorating the table and prop.
; t a piano solo and Dorothy en- served to the following players:
tertained her listeners with a Darby and the guest speaker was serving the guests. Miss Louise Snyder, Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. Meet MondayCircle is being arranged by Mrs Rf
Miss Wilma Bucy of Atlanta Ga., Middleton Miss Madge Mlddleton Davis. I
Number One of the
humorous
reading. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and Baptist -
; who is with the Home Mission Misses Ruth and Lillian Sternberg, The proceeds from the t J
7; During the social hour the host- Board. She spoke enthusiastically Methodist W. :M. S. Circles Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mr. and Mrs.L. W. M. S., met Monday afternoon be used toward tea
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. extensive
February 6, at the home of rep
.
esses served tempting refreshments D. Vining Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
on the work of the women in the Enjoy Meeting Monday W. H. Hart, Miss Virginia Fugate, and termite exterminationMark's
: Sewell Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis Mrs. Floyd Green with twelve OA
of sandwiches, cake, and ,
church, and told of her tour of the Mrs. Frank Robinson hostess Misses Etholin and Dorothy White, Church.
was members
hot coffee.DARBY'S. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. A. present.
Southern
1 Baptist Home Mission Monday afternoon to Circle Miss Elaine Wynn, Misses Grace For the Bible study Mrs. L. G.
Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. W. Chalker
::1
.: } field and of the work being done. Number One of the Woman's Mis- and Dorothy Green, Misses Ruth Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. N. D. Powell told of several important RUPTURIl

r 4h At this meeting there was a linen sionary Society of the Methodist and Edith Rowe, Mrs. W. H. Smith Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. E. L. Mat- Bibical women after which theLord's
shower for the Training Schoolin church, and the decora- Miss Doshia Smith, Mrs. G. P.
parsonage
thews, Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss Prayer was recited in unison Shield Expert Here
Louisville, Kentucky, and each tions were baskets of narcissi and Wadsworth, Miss Florence Gill, Abbie Harley Miss Kitty Hogsed, by all present. Agair
Society brought gifts of linen to be and Mrs. Glen Wood. E. J. Melnhardi
early blooming azaleas. Miss Evelyn Stump, and George Minutes of the previous meeting widely 1 1m<
STORE sent to this school. The value of Miss Olive Ray, Circle chairman Manassa. were read and approved. The personal Expert of Chicago, will pens

-- the linen contributed by the Starke! ._ n..Airl..rI nll.. thn m...tinn. Bridce Club Members A __ SS _S ..._,_ a..,,,_,,,_,_ __., I gflflff4fl a.-annr F ura_a _a.lun .ma_A u.be....In._ _Gainesville______ .. ,_ Flu.,_ at
"" 1" "u V4 UVII "uu ----- --- n u. itiiuo nuuitu noiei, on
Ihjj'1< IiiflI Society amounted to $10. and announced; ;: as the opening i Are Guests At SupperMr. ninety-two cents was made for the Mrs. V.: uCarden was appointed and Sunday, Feb. 18th and sets 1 i.

*c Local women attending this number the hymn, "My Faith and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, club. enlistment chairman. from 1 OO P. M. to 4:00 P. j

meeting were: Mrs. L. G. Powell, Looks Up To Thee" with Mrs. L. Jr., were hosts at a barbecue fish Refreshments of strawberry ice dully Please note dates anlilr.fa.

; Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. G. W. D. Green at the piano. Mrs. W. supper last Tuesday night, Jan- Talk On Education cream and cookies were served by carefully.MR. .

Alderman, Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Mrs. P. Smith conducted the devotional the hostess. .
uary 31, at their cottage on Crys- :Made W. B. MEINHARDI has be
By SewellAt
: W. J. Jlppemon, Mrs. One Wiggins taking as her subject "Faith"and tal Lake when they entertained This circle will meet with Mrs. coming here for 15 years.

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs.L. reading a portion of the eleventh members of their bridge club anda Woman's Club Wed. W. H. Perkins next month. Shield is well known for pro;

H. Jennings, Mrs. R. A. chapter of Hebrews. The few invited guests. The regular social meeting of I lug immediate results. It strenp

Thomas, Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mrs. program topic was "Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright and. the Starke Woman's Club was Circle Number Two met with ens the weakened muscles of'

Ernest Byrd, Mrs. Thomas Hard- Mexicans of the Southwest." Mrs. their guests barbecued fish on the held Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Mrs. S. Opening"retaining the Rupture

ing, Mrs. H. L. Hough. J. W. White, Mrs. J. H. Fields and banks of the lake In the late after- 3:30: o'clock in the club building P. Vandiviere at their home with gardless 10 days ron of the the size average or locationno case '

} COFFEE Mrs. A, J. Keen each gave a partof noon and during the evening with the president, Airs. L. A. thirteen members and two visit- matter how hard you work

c W. C. T. U. MeetingThe this topic, and Miss Amelia novelty games were enjoyed.Mr. Canova, in the chair. Mrs. N. D. ors present. The Devotional was strain. It is water-proof, j quk

; W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Ray gave excerpts from the Mis- and Mrs.'E. L. Williams, the Wainwright, Jr., secretary, read led by Mrs. A. M. Darby, presi- removable and has no'leg 6tra;

W P. Smith last Friday and a I sionary Bulletin Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mr. the minutes of the last meetingand 0 i dent of the society. (Positively no surgery or cam

I good attendance was noted. An The circle welcomed as new and Mrs. J. M. Whittemore, Mr. announced the meeting of the Mrs. G. W. Alderman was appointed burning injection treatment use(
Rupture
Special (Hernia occasioncauses
29c especially good program is being members the following persons: I and Mrs. Jack Williams, John Book Club to be held Tuesday personal service chairmanand backache, constlpatlo) !

-. planned for this week and members Mrs. E. L Matthews, Mrs. Emma Atkinson and the following club night at 7:30: o'clock at the home Mrs. One Wiggins was appointed nervousness, weakness sOon

i, are urged to attend the meet- Murphy, Mrs. A. J. Keen and members were present to enjoy the : of Mrs. E. L. Biggs. orphanage chairman.Mrs. pains-some-times result i n K

4 ing which will be held at the homeof Mrs. Miriam Kickliter. Circle evening with the hosts: Mr. and Miss Mlna Manassa, chairman of S. E. Sparks, the mission serious conditions.

__________ Mrs. O. E. Stansbury at 3 o'- Number One was invited to meet Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mr. and finance, announced a Strawberry study leader, gave a review of a Men having small or extra

clock this afternoon (Friday). o in March with Mrs. W. P. Smith Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Festival to be held February 25. chapter from the book "Following large Ruptures which have retu:

-- h_ : and Mrs. Sam Anderson, at the W. N. North, and Mrs. J. P. War- Mrs. L. D. Vining, chairman of In His Train." ed after surgical operations s.

r.; home of the former. ren. Education, had charge of the Mrs. Darby gave an Interesting also Invited. When all ott<

I i FOR ALL: FORMS ; After the business session a .-- gram for the afternoon and pro presented talk on the work of the personal fall pleased-see to MEINHARDI.demonstrate. He with\will:

Itl social half-hour was enjoyed, and Four Hostesses Mr. W. B. Sewell, who gave : service committee.This charge. (Only men are invite.

INSURANCEPLEASE at that time the hostess, assistedby Entertain U. DrC. an interesting address on "Edu- circle will meet with Mrs. White only.

Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. O. cation In The Home." L. G. Hemingway and Mrs. One

*cus KtO I Ik W. White and Mrs. L. D. Green, At Lawtey WednesdayMrs. Mr. Sewell began Wiggins at their home In March. I
by the
k COFFEE PHONE 146 served Russian tea, rosette waf- Hal Edwards, Mrs. Effie importance of the home citing Light refreshments were served FLOWERS

1__ __ -'- I ers, and heart-shaped sandwiches, Miner Mrs. G. W. Roberts and that a Christian home is ,the stating noble by the the hostesses at the close of _ FOR ALLOCCASIONS

cakes and mints. Mrs. Charles Dinkins were host- t of all Institutions and also meeting. :

t I HAROLDC.WALLAgency Mrs. Robinson had as gueststhe esses Wednesday afternoon of last describing the influential part the IN ANYDESIGNS:
week to the W. T. Weeks Chapter, family Circle Number Three met with :
following circle members.: plays in the
community,
Special II I United Daughters of the Confederacy this Mrs. Annie Richard at the State
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. S. Mat- showing the need for education -
Farm.
Agcy. Est. thews Misses Olive at the home of Mrs. Ed- in the Also Flowers
3 Pound Jar ,Over 50 Years and Amelia home. He gave several The
85c
J Ray, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. wards. Early spring flowers consisting concrete definitions for education Devotional was led by Mrs. 'IrtHl to

--- -- -------- W P. Smith. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, __ __ of 6. daffodils_. ,_ snow-drops_ and stated that a home aisrnl- 1l H..a L.D Hough. _, circle leader, and -'Ic AnybodyW
..'. 0)>--------- Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. A. J. u.iiu reu ilowering aimonu, uuueu flea a family as ana. *\ A.4JlOmas gave the mis- Anywhere
------- p _. _._ .... ...!, to the attractiveness a cooperative sion study.
t of
the
I keen rooms terprise.
Mrs. Emma Murphy, Mrs. For .Vny
FLOWERS where the meeting was held.A At the close of the
A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Miriam Mr. Sewell brough meeting Mrs. 0ecuioflMRS.
Kickliter, Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs.J business session was presidedover that out the fact I Richard served a delicious salad
AU orders! filled with careful considera- ] I by the president, Mrs. E. K. pre-school education Is most. course to the fifteen N. D. WAINWRIGHT
\t H. Fields, Mrs. J. W. White, important In members and
tion for the requirement of the Individual. Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. Titus Of- Perryman; Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs, tally, training a child men two visitors. Phone 102

S Special attention given to promptness and son. secretary, and Miss Olive Ray, physically, and spiritually. -
4 He
gave as aids in rt
a developing
economy. treasurer pro tern-transacted their -
p duties. The chapter decided to character books, visitors, and
Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. Carrie Ritch was hostessto buy a of "The other worthwhile outside interests, -
Circle Number Two, and her copy Flight Into and :
I'hone home was made more attractiveby Oblivion," by Dr. Hanna of Win- absolute emphasized the necessity for T w1'1101101-
13"0) ter honesty as one of the true
----- -----,--- potted plants, Eucharist lilies Park, and present it to_ the yardsticks
by which
; home
r a
library of the Bradford may
and other early spring flowers. County be
high school. evaluated and made a plea for
The business session was '
presidedover happier !homes.
1.. by the circle chairman, Mrs. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, chapter his- '

VALENTINESFOR Pearl Simpson, and the program 0 i torian, presented Miss Amelia Ray Following Mr. Sewell's address

eEL was in charge of Mrs. L. D. Vin- who talked on historical facts a- 1.rs. Vining presented Miss Evelyn

Ii ing who also led the devotional bout New Orleans La., which has Stump, who delighted her listen-

service. been called "America's most interesting eis with two vocal selections, "Can If you want to

EVERYONE city because Its character I Forget You and "Moon At e/ .
The give yoursweetheart
of the
topic program was is S a." Miss .'
"Brazil largely made up of the Stump was accompanied '
and from
the World
blended customs and architectureof at the piano by Mrs. E. M. the

.M Why Not Send Her Outlook "Brazil, Battle Ground of three nations -- the flags of Di-:. 0 "-I finestValentine
the Nations" was reviewed by Mrs. I very
iP L.A. France, of Spain, of the Union and During the social hour a deli
Davis. "A
LARKWOOD Home Children the Confederacy have floated cious salad course with hot tea c-I-- gift
HOSIERY '
Love" '
::' was the title of an article over this soil." :Mrs. E. S. Matthews I was served. 1
I' candy.
reviewed by Mrs. L. F. Smith. Extracts Hoatenses j give her
who has recently visited for the afternoon -
79c
to from the
$1.00or
Missionary Bulletin wt_'e -
New Orleans, talked interestingly : arra. O. L. Haynes, :Jlrs. It's so wholesome
were given by Mrs.!! E. K. N. ,- .
of things that Waiawrlght --
Perryman. impressed her most Sr., Mrs. W. and delicious
I while In that noted city. L. Wall, :Sirs. E S. Matthews, Mrs.

"Say It With Flowers" The circle welcomed Mrs. W. G. During the social period a T. K. r JlcClane Mrs. H. M. Rich- a1she'll
Haile as a new member. ard,
Before Mrs.
W.
tempting chicken salad course, in E. Murphree, Mrs.
moving to Hastings, Mrs. Haile which the St. Valentine idea was P. D. Fancher, Mrs. R. C. Buford, appreci'ate

; See our new line of was an active member of the carried out, was served by the and iI.Willie: Mae Hinson. your thoughtfulness in choosing the best for her.

tweed sport coats Society, and since she has moved hostesses to the following guests: ---+----

in exciting color back to Starke the Auxiliary is'I j Mrs. Perryman, Mrs. S. E. Brown- o Book Club' Meets i GALES NUN NALLYS
combinations glad to have
her
help. lee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Tuesday Night JOAN MANNING
WHITMANS
Mrs. Vining invited the circle to Marcus F. Brown, Miss Amelia I -

meet with her the first Monday Ray, Jlrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. The R(v, Frark: Robinson! pas- HORTONS

: Smart bags $1.00 and $1.98 In March. Ethel M. Blee-s._:_ Mm.- -- -__ _L..A. n. r_>...vi... [I tor of the Methodist Church will -- -

The hostess, Mrs hUtch, served Miss Olive Ray, Miss Madge Mid- give Buggy a review! of "The Horse and I j FAne Candy at a Low Price

Ice cream and pound cake to the dleton, Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Doctor" by Arthur E. 0

New dresses following guests: Mrs. .. Hertzler at Ole regular meeting of
arriving Simpson, i -- I
every day Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. L. A. Study Class To Meet the bcoU: clu'j Tuesday nIght at 25cto$3.00:

See them Davis, Mrs. W. G. Haile, Mrs. 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.
_ Tuesday,
February 14, there will E. L tgs.Members .
Perryman, Mrs. D. E.
Knight, Mrs. be an all
day mission
L. F. Smith, Mrs. Hogan study class of the club are looking
: Smith of the
Woman's
CLAR Mrs. A. H. Missionary Society forward to hearing this review
JEAN Green
SHOPPE Mrs. L. S. of by
the
Hutto Mrs. Vining and Mrs. Baptist Church at the the Kav: Robinson, a student and CARPENTER'S
home DRUG STORE
PHONE 97 Heuseman of Montana, who is a Darby of the president, Mrs. A. M. fluent ar acel'

guest at Mrs. Perryman's home. o the morning.beginning at 10 o'clock in] AH who are interested in good : TilE REXALL STOREIII.'n.
litratare are
urged to attend. I





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I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tall-I The Rev. and Mrs. W A. Fischer Mrs. R. A. Gahagan arrived Among those attending: Paul
ahassee spent the week-end here I I made a short visit here with form Savannah, Ga., to spend Whlttman's Concert In Gainesville :
I with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. friends Wednesday enroute to Thursday of last week with her
Thursday were Mrs. L. A. Canova :
Bits oi their home In Jacksonville after father L. C. Powell, who celebrated -
Miss Mtna Manassa, and Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Long returned Mon- spending some time in Tampa. his ninetieth birthday anniversary A
:day from Jacksonville, where she I at that time He was hon- Mrs. E L. Matthews, Mrs. S. P.

visited her daughter, Miss Lois Mrs. L. C. Ray who has spent ored with a family dinner party. Vandlvlero, Miss Ruth Sternberg,
N Long. the past two months In Jackson- Mrs. N. Watnwrlght., Jr.. and
I' ville with her son and daughter- Friends of the Rev. and :Mrs. L. Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump. Provides
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mrs. A. M. Darby recently visit in-law the Rev. and Mrs. LaurieG. A. Shepherd will regret to learn
,
CONCERNING ed her son.in-law and daughter Ray returned home Tuesday.Mrs. that they left last week for the CASH-la event of accident.
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mr. and Mrs. George Marks In De- State Farm where they will make Friends of Miss Ruth Rowe will CASH-In event of ilIn....
Land. James Godbold returned their home. Mr. Shepherd has accepted regret to learn that she Is con- CASH-To pay ho.pital bill.
Monday to her home in Jackson- the position as chaplain of fined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. CASH-To pay doctor bill.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere ville after spending several days the Prison Farm. J. F. Burton in Rome Georgia CASH-Or a monthly income
here with her mother, Mrs. \V. S. fof Ufa ae retirement.
visiting relatives In Bruns- suffering from minor Injuries re-
Tuesday In Miss Sandra Tarlapus of Jack-
j?. W. F Lee spent wick and St. Simons Stroman, and sister, Mrs. S. S. who has CASH-Or a monthly Income
Georgia Mrs. O. L. Beasley, ceived In an automobile accidentIn
sonville is the guest of her aunt, for your loved ones larent
sonvllle. Mrs. Mike Dew. Sunday. Dowling. spent the past six weeks In Tampa Rome last Saturday night. Miss of prematuredeath.
with her' parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowe Is expected to return to her .
I. and :Mrs. A. H. Johns spent Lacy and Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville -I Mr. and Mrs. W. L Edwards and :C. Durden, returned home Sunday. home the latter part of this week. You pay for Perfect Protection i,
day in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lee and sons : were week-end guests of daughter, Fredricka, Mrs" FrankG. Friends here are glad to know whether you own it or no-
spent the week-end in St. Peters- -- s Send for details TO-
complete
Bauknight and daughter, Jane
their that she Is making a good recovery
Mr. and
parents Mrs. J. J.
L L. D. Vining will spent thisV'end burg with relatives. Rigdon. Merrill, all of Jacksonville were after a serious Illness. City Council Meets DAY-NOWTIIAKOLD

in Atlanta, Georgia. guests this past week-end of Mr. The City Council met In regular C. WALL, Agency
r Mrs. C. C. Harris and Miss Opal Mrs. J. L. Corbett of St. l>eters-I and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mrs. Sam Anderson, Misses session Tuesday night at the City
'88 Johnnie Russell spent the Glisson of Penny Farms were burg was the guest last Edith and Ruth Rowe Mrs. J. F. Hall. All members except L.. A. Rellanc Life Insurance Company -
-end In St. Augustine with visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miss Mignon Sisson of Raleigh, Howell of Olustee and Mrs. Ver- Canova were present, and <*ily of 1'lttsburg
ives. Rigdon. N. C., spent Saturday and Sunday non Rowe of Jacksonville attendedthe routine matters were attended to.
L. V. Jones and Mrs. Lil- with her mother Mrs. R. A. marriage of :Miss Rosa Mae -- -- -___._"_ __U___._._ ___. m___ f
Irs. J. H. Tatum and Mr. and lian Bradshaw spent last Thursday -I Mrs. Lillian Bradshaw, Mrs. L. Weeks, and Mr. Weeks at Brooker. Rowe and Charles E. Burton in
Charles Tatum of DeLand in Jacksonville.Mrs. O. Jones and daughter. Miss Ferol Miss Sisson came to attend : Rome, Ga., Sunday afternoon.
guests Sunday of Mr. and i Jones, spent Saturday in Jack- the Smith-Carpenter wedding in
Elmo Struth and Mr, and V. B. Harrell and Mr. and, sonville. Jacksonville Saturday. Gratton Cooper arrived here Tip TopGroceryAND
[ George Roberts of Lawtey. Mrs. Harry Houston spent Tues-! I Wednesday from Vldalla, Georgia
day in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Tommy Ritch, who Is attending where he has been employed with
children spent Tuesday In Jack-' Robert E. Lee High School in the Railway Express Agency for

Mrs. B. M. Fussell has returnedto sonville with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Jacksonville, spent the week-end the past five months. He will MARKETWe
her home here after Hayes, Jr. here with his mother, Mrs. Carrie spend a brief vacation at his home
Y visiting Rltch, and uncle and aunt, Mr.
relatives In Avon Park. here before being transferred to have here for your savings more
L. D. Vining and K. G. Duncan and Mrs. T. J. Griffin 'another station.
attended the American Legion! I Cut Prices February 10 & 11, 1939 i
I
Mrs. P. E. Canova and L-
Mrs.
Convention In Tallahassee last Mrs. Sam Anderson and Miss
George B. Flynn spent Wednesday week-end. Edith Rowe have returned to their
e i iI I Lettuce each each 5c
morning In Jacksonville.Mrs. homes here after spending the 71h Celery
,
Congressman and Mrs. R. A. week-end In Rome, Georgia as r r0 I
Emma Canova and daughter Green and small son Robert guests of Mrs. Anderson's parents, NEW: S l"mUld MOST BKAUTIFUt: :S lbt.
Mrs. George B. Flynn spent Alexis left Sunday for Washington Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton.Mr. .
Wednesday in Jacksonville. D. C. f fFOR Potatoes lOciBananas lOc
cts exceed $114,000,000 and Mrs. Tolbert Black and liRE sueE ..
:Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen of Dr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Dent of son, Jimmy, of :Macclenny were
ore than $466OOOOOO insurance Hampton were guests Sunday of Belleview will spend this week-end guests Tuesday of Mrs. Black's SUN-KIST LEMONS Doz. 15c
Ein force Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick ,
L. Williams. Jimmy remained for a longer SALE-! -Qt. strawberry cups,
ger than 90 per cent of the 350 visit with his grandparents. $3 per thousand. Copenhagen
I American Life Insurance companies Misses Mable and Pearl Reddishof cabbage plants $1 per thousand JUICY ORANGES Doz. 5c
Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Jack-
Jacksonville ,
were recent guestsof R. B. Alvarez, Starke. tf 1-27 p
Miss Avis Hill of Hopklnsvtlle,
sonville the wek-end here
spent
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez
has than
Life 123
tliance paid more
with Mr. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- FOR SALE-"Seeds that Succeed" FANCV HUSH

and million beneficiaries dollars to since policyholders organiza- Mr. and :Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Jr., G. H. Bennett. of timer Bostick and small son, L. M., beans, corn, peanuts, squash, POTATOES 10 Pound 20c

don In 19O3.I.UIOU of Jacksonville were guests recently Bowling Kentucky were guests cukes, tomato, pepper, melons,
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Sunday and Monday of Mr. and okra, potatoes, and chufas. Alao
) C. WALL, Agency Palatka were guests Sunday of Mrs. V. B. Harrell en route from Cole Planters and Fertilizer Cabbage lb. 11/cl l Tomatoes lb. 5c
Miami to their respective homes.F. ,
i-llunce Life Insurance Company Mrs. W. M. Wimberly spent the Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, Mr. and Distributors, at White's Store.
week-end In Orlando with Mr. Mrs. W. P. Smith. 1-27 4t p
of IMtUburg I .
E. Smith has returned to his
Wimberly who is stationed there. 31'ounds
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of home in Orangeburg, S. C., after WANTED-Family of five or six ONIONS lOc
Tallahassee spent the week-end enjoying a visit here with his to pick strawberries. Will fur-
here with Mrs. Patten's mother, brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and nish house. See Millard Judd at
NAT SEZ: Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. Mrs W. P. Smith. He was accom- the Gardlnia. ltp Pet or Carnation 3 TaU Caste COFFEE

I ddin't write this one, but they'remy panied to Orangeburg by W. P.
sentiments, so here goon. and Mrs. C. W. Dishlnger Smith, Jr. FOR location SALE-Home near Cook's and Store business on MILK 19c !save from 10o to 13o per pound

Some don't nothln' from this and Mr. and Mrs. William Fieorl
get Road 13 for $375. Lindsay Grlf-
of Jacksonville were recent guestsof Mrs. A. F. Sauls returned to her IbIt.Freshly Roasted
life fie, Starke. Itp FINE CANE ft
t Hut when their whine begin, Mrs. W. D. Dowty. home here Saturday after enJoy- Freshly Ground
v ing a week's visit In
Miami with
FOR RENT-Private ,
We often can remind them apartment SUGAR 23c
That they don't put nothln' In. The Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray relatives. Mr. Saul's daughter, private bath, hot and cold water To Suit Your
'Tuln't what we have but what we and children, of Jacksonville, were :Miss Louise Snyder, who accom- and all modern conveniences. Needs
give here Tuesday visiting Mrs. J. W. panied her to Miami, remained for, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick, S. Walnut JKUKI.I OK I't'UK 2 II.,..

Taln't where we are but how we White and other relatives. a longer visit. I Street. Itp LARD 1 On KKI TOP BRAND 2_Ibs.

live; Misses Katie and Ruby Fugateof JL;siHMOKKD > COFFEE; : Z7cUOLU
'Tain't what we do but how we __
do it Jacksonville were guests Sun- BOREE FUNERAL HOME -- TOl IlKANII round
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F round
That makes this life worth going day Colley Full line
of Caskets & Undertakers) Supplies COFFEE 18c
and Miss Virginia Fugate.
thru It. AMBULANCE SERVICE BACON 18c
L DAY AND NIGHT TIP-TOP VAC.COFFEE. I'oimil
Mrs. W. D. Dowty has returnedto 88 PHONE USQ. :
"Wayne Maid" her home here after enjoying a, II. BENNETT, Mjrr. hl1Tt9i ; 1 20c
three months' visit in Lexington,' "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"RADIO j
MAXWKtX. IIOUSK round
Kentucky with relatives. BACON
Wash FrocksA 121hc COFFEE 27c

Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee,
:Madge Brownlee and Joan Dinkins Table Peaches No. 2 1-2 size can, 2 for 25c
A new addition to our were recent guests of Col. and
dress department Mrs. J. F. Futch in DeLand. SALES & SERVICE 14 Oz. Ruby Catsup, Bottle 9c
\
i Chic is a mild word for Mrs. E. :M. Thomas is spending ELECTRICAL WIRING OF ALL KINDS -

rJ these wash frocks. Pricedat several weeks at Daytona Beach TOMATOES No. 2 Size Can 6c

with her son and daughter-in-law, ,
tl I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas.
I HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY COUNTRY-KIST
PEAS 3 Cans 25c
$2.95A The Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Fer- REASONABLE CHARGES ,
guson of Cross City were guests
I' Tuesday and Wednesday of the FREE ESTIMATESGUARANTEED COUNTRY-KIST
CORN 3 Cans 25c
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robinson.Mr. WORK


New ArrivalSharkskin and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent '
) PREMIER
Tuesday in Jacksonville as guestsof SPINACH 2K Can lOc

their son-in-law and daughter,
SuitsColors Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nussbaum.Mr. MAYE'S RADIO SERVICE
Apple Jelly, Quart _ 18c

White Pink Blue and Mrs. Robert F. Clarke '231 i E. CALL STREET Peanut Butter, Quart .. .. .. 22c
: had as guests over the week-end
A Beige, Maize. Very new Dr. and Mrs. George Ganow and Salad Dressing or Relish, Quart. 22c

and Springy lookin' and Mrs. M. Eddy, of Binghamton, N. Merita Soda Crackers, 1 Pound Box 9c

only y. / M. ALVAREZ --- Est. 1894 IIALLAKU'S lit LLOON
Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daughter,

$2.95 Nina Williamson, were of visiting Lakeland Mrs.Sunday. A. D. "TIle Dependable Store"Stetson FLOUR 12 Pounds 25c

who is confined to St Luke's Hos- I MALLARD'S OHELISK
SEE US FOR
0113 in Jacksonville because of
pital illness. QUALITYMERCHANDISE FLOUR Five Ibs. 25c Ten Ibs. 45c

Clearance Sale '
Friends of J. J. Rigdon will be .. ICOAN TTIINKK'S: PURE 1'OIIK
glad to learn that he is able to AT LOW PRICES
Shoes be out again after being confinedto Country lb. 25c
Women's Sausage
Work Clothes For
his home two weeks because of Hats I ,
N.d Ft.*T..with band Illness.
brood..... eon.!.* b.lt V4rn of MV The Whole FamilyThe
brown and t..l. Siu. |1:1: to wino iZ Odds and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and $5.00 to $3.50 I Hens, Dressed 'Weight, lb. 22c

Ends of $ children Enos and Betty, spent Playboy's Special WING'S
Extra
Special Women'sWinter Sunday Mr. and In Lake:Mrs Butler C. B. Hayes as guestsof and No. One Quality Dress Shirts Red Link Smoked Sausage lb. 12c

shoes that forMillinery family. UnconditionallyGuaranteed i

I I merly sold for The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- Men's Suits Year For One I Rib Stew Fresh Meaty lb. 12c
and $2.45Sacrificed
large $1.98
,
variety of Spring at the foot of Blountstown were here dur- Best Quality Collar]] and cuffs will out ,

fits for the Ladies-only ridiculous price was ing the supply week-end.minister Mr.at Llghtfoot the First, Guaranteed wear shirt Yorkshire Tub Butter lb. 31c

$1.00 of Baptist Church. $14.95 to $17.95 $1.65, 2 for $3.19Men's II ,

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon and! and Boy' Work rants Cheese Kraft's ft. 17c

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERC'f Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and 43c to 91.50 ,

children, all of Jacksonville were, Q ; Men': and IJoy's Work Shirt Boiling Bacon Fat-Back lb. 9c
of their Mr.
recent guests parents 49c to $1.50 ,
and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon.Mrs. I (1.I I
( \ "I en'*. and Hoy's Overall
W. F. Stroud of Jackson, 30c to $...150 FR U IT CA KE Gallon

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Burks, rainier Overall (white) Half Price! COOKING
Griffin Ga., left Wednesday, .
of $ .00 to 91.85
$2.50 Cake only $1.25 0 I L 75cv
after spending several days with Work Jacket '1.%$ to 93.93
Mr. and Mm. S. A. Weldon.



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
PAGE SIX 1o, ipl

I REJOICE AT BARCELONA CAPTURE !r I were dinner guests of tht !Rev '
Mrs. C. A. It(
LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA Sunday.The Crosby at> Brokt..

III FARMERS SECTIONNOTES I Rev. and Mrs. <' ,, I

OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS x i. +; > FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS had as guests Sunday MI lit!

Mrs.- Lamar Butler ann.. ..I.?
/ daughter Dorothy """
and R
I J
Y t J. NEW CURB MARKET: TO COMPLETE CAPITOL roll, all of Lake Butler c.,
E Tflnt*forth* RURAL I l FORT MYERS-This south Flor- TALLAHASSEE-A committeeof Elva Carroll of Ocala. >Uta< **

HouseholdUSES COMMON SENSE ida city now has a new curb mar- legislators awarded to GUlespie Mr. and Mrs. J. J
I ket building over 200 feet long. Construction Company of Jacksonville children and Miss Ann Thomas' Rtj,

; _. Small acreage farmers are findingit a contract: to complete the of Johnstown If' 1ho/r i ?*!
OF CELERYBy By SPUDS .JOHNSON; r ; attended
medium for selling
an effective House of Representatives chamberin services at
V Long
Bridge
Sunday
Isabelle Thursby their produce. I the Florida Capitol's north Mr. and Mrs.
C.
Extension Economist in Food FOOD. CLOTHING AND The bid C WYnn
wing. Gillespie was $79- children and Mrs. &I1j
Conservation RAW MATERIALS ARE ew SANFORD BANKRUPT 350, but it was reduced by econo- of Hampton were Mary Tholllli,
visiting
slngs-stufflngs-all call for FURNISHED BY FARMConsumers SANFORD-Sanroro. city officials mies and elimination of nonessentials section Saturday. ,in tbII)

celery. It Is excellent to use in a both as such and as have filed a petition In muni- to $69,995, the committeesaid. The Rev. C. A Crosby
Will,
e stuffing for the less tender roast- interested in cipal bankruptcy in what they his regular appointment fin
business men are
said was an effort to avoid an excessive New River at tbt
ing cut of meat such as shoulder. farming and its problems, and well levy for bond purposes. COMMISSIONER'S SON KILLED I day night. Baptist Church s

Saute, say, two cups of diced celery they may be, because of its direst The plea said it was the intent of MARIANNA-Millard F. Cald- .-

in butter with onion, then add and indirect effects on these ,'r.u i the city to force holders of $246.- well, Jr., 12-year-old son, of the GUM -

two cups of stale bread crumbs Secretary Wallace has ..-' '. ., > 1 000 worth of general bonds to ac- Florida representative, and a house BRANCH

with salt and pepper to season. groups.pointed out that the consumer Isnot BARCELONA, SPAIN-Radiophoto-Soldiers of General Fran- cept terms slmlllar to a refunding page, was killed when struck by a Annie Mae Ilarnage, Cor.

c co's Rebel in in in Barcelona and issue dated March 16, 1937. car near his home in Washington, -
Celery made its original bow as. a mere passive recipient of army gather a group a square Miss Elizabeth
a wild herb in European kitchens. rinished agricultural goods, but is sing as they celebrate their capture of the city that was the capi- D. C. Young Caldwell was on his tllla spent the week-end Harnage of ilea

A In this country celery began Its i a collaborator with the farmer in tal of the Loyalists. JOB INSURANCE BEGINS way to school.: He was the Caldwell's J. A Harnage and here tit

career on top as hors d'oeuvres in the country's business life. TALLAHASSEE -Florida paid only son, the eldest of three family
of olives) and salted I her first Job insurance check last children. Representative Cox (DOa Mrs. H. Keene and son R
the company The consumer takes farm goods, GRONOMISTI'ROFiTABLE SUGGESTS ; C.
A FLA. STATE FARM and Mrs. N. M.
nuts at turkey time. Today celery not simply to eat and wear, but to PRACTICES week in the State's history. It ) had appointed him as page at in Bradley spent SuL
EOZA Weaver, Correspondent to M. Lllllston Jr., the beginning of this session. day Jacksonville Visiting Rnl
well merits Is place with the aristocrats process, distribute and transport, WITH BRIGHT TOBACCO went Thomas !
Kersey, who Is
: of the garden-a gustatory and to combine with other materials -, of Carrabelle, 42-year-old civil engineer there. '" In a hosPI

t favorite because of its crisp texture in the production of industrial Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farm- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moncriefwere who had been unemployed ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW

: and distinctive nutty flavor. goods. The industrial worker may I flue-cured visiting in Chattahoochee since last September 30. The job TAMPA-Grapefruit bread may Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman v(
tJ because of its fine ers, who are growing Sunday. Insurance fund for Florida now is become daughters, Helen and
Fortunately, think: that he >is drawing on the; one of the more important Dorothy
keeping qualities, most of it can farm only for his food and clothIng tobacco on larger acreage each Mrs. Roy Roberts and daughter, more than 10000000. Almost outlets for Florida grapefruit. Al- attended the singing convention J

be eaten raw. -which gives him a very per- year, can make more money from Miss Enza Weaver, were the weekend 300,000 workers may participate in : ready one of the larger bakeries I Deadan Baptist Church Dell,

i'' i The absence of floury sauces in sonal and direct interest in the the leaf if they will give careful guests of Mrs. W. A. Kelly at it if they lose their Jobs. in Tampa has placed !it on the mar- Brooker Sunday.Mrs. .

t the recipes following will be noted. farm-but either directly or india to varieties, soils spac Perry.Mr.. ket. Principal quality is its long F. S. Sapp has returaj

They were omitted deliberately in rectly he is drawing also on raw lag and fertilizers, says Agronomist Felton Mills left Saturdayfor WANT ": ROOM; period of freshness and resistanceto home after spending the PII:
i an endeavor to keep the starch materials for use In his own em- Chattahoochee to be with his TALLAHASSEE The State mold. If kept in the wrapperit week in the Glendale Hospital
V t
content low. ployment. In many cases also he J. Lee Smith with the State mother, who Is 111. Tuberculosis Sanitorium at Orlando will keep perfectly for a week Palatka.

Is, to a degree at least, dependenton Agricultural Extension Service. Mrs. L. F. Chapman is visitingher has asked for $300,000 in each and even longer, its sponsors be- Mrs. Louise Denmark and AcrJ

Celery Saute the farm for purchasing his Since prospects indicate that son and daughter-in-law, Lt. of the next two years to Increases lieve. Honor of being the first Chatman of Jacksonville l

t Use 1 bunch celery, 8 tablespoons product, giving him a triple Inter- prices for the 1939 crop may be and Mrs. Fielding Chapman, InCalifornia. beds and treat 400 patients.W. commercial producer of grapefruit week-end here. with Mr spent and Ut!.',
t d butter, salt and pepper. est in the farm and the farmer. lower than those prevailing for T. Edwards, chairman of the bread in Florida goes to C. Medina J. S. Sapp.W. ifa

;, Scrape, wash and dry the celery "Everyone," says Secretary Wallace the last two years,. he suggeststhat I State Tuberculosis Board and Dr. Tampa baker, who started distribution R. Kersey has returned total
consider all
points !
growers
on a towel, saving the heart to eat "even the writer, the muslc- GRAHAM R. D. Thompson, medical director Monday morning with 2,000 home after spending a few ,|
k which will enable them to producethe day
raw. Cut the remainder into three- Ian, or the sculptor, uses materialof more advantageously. Sirs. L C. Smith, Cor. of the sanitarium, said an increaseof loaves. It is tinged a yellowish at the bedside of his son, RIr
Inch lengths. Put the butter in a agricultural origin In his work crop $50,000 in the present appropriation green with vegetable coloring to Kersey, in Jacksonville. )J

frying pan and when melted add such as fabrics incorporated in Records obtained from growers, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge and of $250,000 would make it distinguish it from ordinary white Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of J

t j just enough celery to cover the I paper, furniture and tapestries, with the aid of county agents, in daughter, Miss Ire, and son, possible to raise the number of bread. Mr. Medina estimates that State Farm Mr. and Mrs, L el
'and numerous whose form both 1936 and 1938fadicated'thathe t of Starke beds from 312 to 400. 35.000,000 pounds of bread Conner Mr.
bottom of pan. Cook slowly and things Ralph, were visiting Mr. are and Mrs. W. C eo.|
turn frequently until the celery 1 1f is may disguise theld dependence on Bonanza variety lived up to its and Mrs. Berry Dyal recently. consumed in the Tampa trade territory ner and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus CoJ

f browned and cooked through. Pile the farm." name and returned highest gross Clyde Strickland has returned to HOPING FOR CANAL alone each year. Using ner, all of Rising, were visiting J

t1 f on hot serving dish; add a few For decade after decade merchants Incomes. Both years -it brought Nichols after spending several OCALA The fact that the two ounces of grapefruit juice to the bedside of their sister. Sin|
better than Gold the loaf
}; tablespoons of hot water to liquid manufacturers and farmers Dollar slightly, Cash or Mammoth prices Yellow, days with his parents, Mr. andMrs. Cross-State Canal project has been laDs of Juice would mean 600,000 gal- F. S. Sapp, Sunday afternoon

in pan, season, cook a minute and knew each other only as traders and it yielded better than those in E. Strickland. reopened at Washington, and 1 is grapefruit or 148,000 boxes of = -
and neighbors, each concerned Lem Parrish and sister, Mrs. receiving President Roosevelt's annually utilized this
1938. Virginia Bright Leaf sold way. The DRINK
Immediately. bread MORE
largely if not solely, with his own slightly higher, yielded considerably Pearl Dryden, of Palmetto were support, is vastly cheering: to the tastes like is delicious,
Butter Cooked Celery Saute p profession and having his own Individual I less.Throughout. but visiting relatives here recently. people of central Florida. Theysee soft and regular bread but remains MILK
} interests. When experience Among those that attended a possible realization of their unmolded oven a
; Take 1 bunch celery, 6 table considerable
butter showed that their interestsare the area Smith founas the Union Meeting at North Plea- hopes to develop their waterwaysInto period of time. Mr.
spoons salt and Medina
i pepper. mutual, however, they began that soils commonly sent Grove were: Mr. and Mrs. a statewide system, as the believes it will eliminate I
Drain the cooked celery and to line up together for a fruitful "medium" type returned highest Clarence Melton of Starke, Mrs. canal would intersect all the major much of the "pick ups" now required (
""r shake over the fire to dry as much gross incomes per acre. Medium to daily. t
relationship. Business, mercantileand Berry Dyal, Mrs. Rachel Starlingand waterway valleys of central Flor
as possible. Brown the butter,, industrial interests of practically light soils produce better quality children, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ida. .

add seasoning, and pour over the all towns and cities now tobacco than the heavier types, he Frazier and Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. NEW RIVER
.
f hot celery. Serve immediately. recognize and acknowledge their says. Smith. WOULD Mrs. O. E. Crosby, Correspondent And Drink

Savory Celery dependence on agriculture, and Spacing the plants 23 to 27 ABOLISH BOARDS -
farmers are equally frank in stating Inches in 4-foot rows brought BROOKER TALLAHASSEE Bills to abolish A large crowd from here attended The Best
Use 1 -
bunch celery, 1 Florida's
raw
egg, two
their dependence on industrial larger gross incomes than either price-fixing the weiner roast at the
4 yolks of hard-cooked eggs, 1-2 Mm. L L Parker, Correspondents boards for dairies and dry clearers of Mrs. home FROM
t I and other consumers. closer or wider plantings. This W. B. Lazenby
,kV teaspoon prepared mustard, 1-2 stalks -will be introduced In the 1939 night. Friday
; teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, Class wars and hatreds may be gives about 5,400 to 5.50O Ladles Aid Society met at legislature by Rep. Peter Tom- Mr. PETERSON'SDAIRY
dash of cayenne, 1 tablespoon tar engendered In other countries, but per acre. In some cases closer the home of Mrs. C. A. Crosby asello of Okeechobee County Tome and Mrs. o. E. Crosby and

ragon vinegar, 3 tablespoons olive Farming, industry and business are spacing yields higher, but the Tuesday, January 31, with th asello announced his plans here family and Miss Eloise Johns

r '1 oil, and juice of 1.2 lemon. i teaming together In the UnitedStates quality is lower. Slightly closer president, Mrs. G. E. McGauley,, with the statement. "I'm opposedto r
4 for the benefit of all. spacing paid in Madison County, in charge. Minutes of the last
Chill the cooked celery. Put I however. all kinds of price-fixing." He
cooked meeting were read by the secretary said he SPECIALYOUR
egg yolks In bowl and rub planned to offer the two
i x FORMAL TRANSFER OF Land which has grown weeds Mrs. Gene Long. The bills
press
> to a smooth paste with vinegar, "on the first day when bills
LAND TO STATION IS for a year-tbe type generallyselected ] dent
; seasoning and prepared mustard. requested as many as possible are introduced in the House. I
Add olive oil a few drops at a SLATED FOR FK1I.: 13 I for plantings-in most to carry a present to Mrs. J. hope they will be No. 1 and No. CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c

time, and when smooth add the cases produced beat yields and B. Russ, the mother of the twins. 2". GAS '.
Bradenton Fla. _. Ceremoniesmarking quality of flue-cured tobacco. In Each member is to make AT A PRICE YOU CAN
c N raw egg yolk. Stir until light, add a quilt AFFORDTO
lemon juice a little at a time and formal transfer of 106 Madison County good yields were square and have it ready for the
the seasoning. Stir acres of rich Manatee County obtained following corn and cotton next meeting. When the quilt is SALVE PAYSmith's

Pour over chilled celery.constantly. land by Manatee County to the but east of the Suwannee finished it will be given to the 666 rrlitvvaCOLDS
State Experiment Station for use I River this was not true. Arcadia Orphanage. Birthday

', as a vegetable crops laboratory I Smith's records show that on presents were presented to Mrs.T. .
"l lf will be held here on Monday, Feb, lighter soils 1,200 pounds per acre W. Markey and Miss Evelyn Liquid Sublets Priceaat.xa.e Garage I
Ilrup.lOc & 25C
;f NO POWER LINES ruary 13.Acqutaitlon. of a 3-8-5 fertilizer was most Crosby. After the business meetIng -

rP of the land, which is profitable both years, although the was over the hostess served -

'' rated some of the richest in the commonly followed practice of applying the guests hot tea and "Food for
OR GAS -
MAINS state, for the vegetable laboratorywas 1,000 pounds per acre gave the Gods." The next meeting will T

accomplished by Manatee good returns. be at the home of Mrs. Ralph

; ANYWHEREYET County in cooperation with the Hazen, February 14. Every mem THE ENTIRE COST OF THE C.C.C.

state. Manatee County is stand WANT EXECUTIONS SPEEDEDTALLAHASSEE ber is asked to be present with her

y tiY YOU ALWAYS ing approximately four-fifths of I -The State Bar quilt square. '
the total purchase price of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hazen and
i Association has an idea for speedIng COULD BE
tract. family visited St. PAID FOR BV
y; HAVE PLENTYOF up the execution of prisoners Augustine and
Acreage of the new tract is con condemned to die in Florida's ale the Marine Studios recently.
f siderably larger dmore G. E. McCauley' and
an fertile Harmon
tric chair. The proposal-being
,1' HOT WATER than the old laboratory tract formerly prepared for consideration by the Morgan are entering the University 1 r

1 used by the ExperimentStation 1939 Legislature in April-Is the soon as school closes, for the THE TAXES

yea in this county. The tract outgrowth of a crowded conditionIn second semester studies
y is located in the western part of the death house at Raiford State Mrs. J. R. Benton, Dr. and Mrs. r '4sy t

the county and is adjacent to Brad Penitentiary If the Bar Assoc I A. L. Shealy,' Dr. and Mrs. B. V. Ccc OF THEBREWING

b1 enton, Manatee, and Palmetto. ation's plan is adopted the Governor Christensen. Miss Eddy, Dr. and

0 0 Fertilization, irrigation, cultivation would have only 60 days !In Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor and Dr.

and other phases of vegetable which to sign a death warrant. If and Mrs. T. M. Simpson of Gainesville -

production In this section of he falls or refuses to do so, thenit were visiting Mr. and Mrs. c -
the state will be studied in experimental f- would become the duty of the R. T. Hargraves here Sunday. .
The Duo-Therm oil-burning, automatic plantings at the laboratoryand Circuit Judge who sentenced the Mr. and Mrs. C, Harrell are the t r

water heater gives anyone, findings will be turned overto prisoner to sign a warrant for his parents of an eight pound boy, nr..wINDUSTRY
't anywhere, a plentiful supply of hot producers for assistance and execution. born Sunday, February 5, in the !

water at the turn guidance In their crop programs. Alachua County Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hargraveswere The
of. Treasury
Department
tap shown
IC expenditures: Of 326
million dollar
LONG BRIDGE visiting in Jacksonville Mon for the CivilIan Conservation
: Corps for the &"*1 af W38-
It day. The year
matches the
; brewing
con Miss", Bonnie B. Turner, Cor. industry pays over a million dollars day in
: taxe.:
: venience of gas or Everyone is invited to come to

electricity at every RuBBER Birthday Party Wednesday night prayer meeting

V point-and does A large number of friends attended and bring Bibles. The meetings

the beating job for \" the party Friday night, are growing more Interesting all

half their average 1U. I January 27, at the home of Mr. the time.
coat I and Mrs. R. J. Turner in honor of The P.-T. A. held Its last meetIng What Beer

1 .. their daughter Miss Bonnie B. for this school year at night contributes to the rebuildingof
; Come
in
and
it!
: tee so the fathers
Turner, who celebrated her seventeenth could all be pres-

M1 B V birthday anniversary at ent. A Father's Day program was America would fill
that time. put on by the school. Refresh- a great volume

i-.tt After several outdoor ments were served by the P.-T. A.
; i J games A group of women with Mrs. R. Over .soo mUllon dollar In
,r CN" 1 I were enjoyed, the guests were Invited J. taxes every distribution of their
Hargraves as chairman mild and wholesome
met her
into the Jeer.
dining room for re 1,000,000 Jobe. A market
with the School for beverage through
Board retail
outlets whose char-
freshments. The Monday
decorated
tbted..Stanford beautifully 8,000,000 farm
I for the acres of
1 by UodvwritmLaboratories birthday cake stood In the purpose of getting some produce. acter will be a credit to the community.

I center of a table covered with a work done on the school house and The Ofr djr.the brewers
can enforce laws.
V11 beautifying the brewing Industry no
DUO-THERM ; white linen cloth. The cake was grounds. would IJketo preBut they
Don't) rte ve for itself can-and will-cooperate with
TIME SAVERS forget Sunday School and the
iced in white and was topped with people the many *
3 MONEY SAVERS seventeen pink candles in blue every Sunday morning at 10 o' eoouCl"fc benefits It baa created In the thaenforcement authorities.They
oil-burning clock pest will
and church afterwards. COOperate with
Every BuitlnewA Needs Them holders. llyeyears.8rewereevetywberereelizethat every group-friend or

WATER HEATER Mrs. Turner was asoisted in Bus Schedule this Is a question bound up with the critic-to the end that retail beer outlets
BUY FROIBradford : proper give
serving punch and cake to the 00 offense to anyone..

young folks by Mrs. L. F. Dlnklns Northbound nr.-n llkLulriol Forndoglon t o BR
QUIGLEY & DAVIS County and MIss Hannah Swindell of 2:45: a. m.; 9:20: a. m. 1:30: p. m. 2J Ewe 40tA Ssr..e" New York No 1': { 6ti qIAsded

Telegraph Starke.Mr. 3:00: p. m.; 0:15: p. m.; 10:15 p. m. ..:: st

and Mrs. P. B. Crews of Ft. =2. z:
Southbound o
Starke, Florida STARKE FLORIDA Myers were recent guests of Mr. 12:20a. Beer. ..
and Mrs. R. J. Turner. 2:20 m.; 2:20: a. m.{ 10:20: a. m. a Beverage Moderation
:
p. m.; 5:50 p. m.; 8:20: p. m. .
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I own the Bullet LIne Susan gun, 1

STA.DUPA.DI said. "Take your hand off that thing!" I :

"Perhaps you've forgotten that Starkey ordered "Don't you ever bi '
I
-iiviijtj--
Captain Starkey runs It!" even let your mind wander onto :
1 '
'* rIGHT rr Just then Starkey entered and that while I'm talking to you I'

b nade his way to the feed room 'cause you could have it pointed

9., +P y4tO aOM rue .Mnaofew. ,.t roavis" "ncruee An Instant later he rushed out straight for my belly and still I'd

his face dark."Where's drill you through, the heart before .

.uALSEY RAINES_ y d that slave?" he de- you could pull the trigger. Think --- -

.... I BAPTIST METHODIST rRESBYTEUIAN EPISCOPALRev. CHRISTIAN
J# -- --_ ---- -- manded."In you can remember that?
Rev I* A Shepherd, Rev Frank Robinson Supplied by Fred Terkes, Jr. Supt! Church School
ivlIAT HAS HAPPENED SO to the chin. The others stared In there of course""He's "I think so," Blake said cooly. Pastor Pastor Rev Dr Rice and Rector Lemmt Garrett
amazement. gone! He's busted out "Sir!" Starkey snapped. A. :J. Thomas Supt. B. K. Perryman, Ilev. Dr. Adams Sunday School Sup Sunday Morning
hot-Usmpered Captain MI. Ella J, BasseOrgan Sunday School
Bluff Sunday School
III-LkVy: manager of the Bullet "Hey, what's he doing Hita busted! And you never heard a Blake hestttated, but at last he Sunday School Oen.or Church Superintendent School Mrs.Organist E. M. Davis >st 10 O'clockWonhlp

L coaches, "buy up" BlaketrelFs white man for a slave! Wedon't thing?" Starkey demanded. gave In."Sir Morning: A.Service Church School, Church School SuptRoy Mrs. James Services Carlyle 11 O'clock Service
10 A. M.Morning
> "No. And I've been here "
that around here!" right be said. : MatheweChurch Sunday Evening
Jail sentence to put him stand for 11 A. If. Worship Sunday School,
every minute." Baptist Training Service 11 A. M. School 10 A, M. Service 70 P. tt.
him
Griffith, they cried. Blake stared coldly after as .
for him. susan Union, .SO P. M. 10 A. M. Prayer: Meeting Wednesday
work : Evening Worship
watked In and
As Crowder heard
__..
her aunt owns the line, By now Starkey had hurried up, he left. Then, instantly, he whirled Evening Service, Service, 1:10: P. M. Morning Worship Morning. It A. M. evening 7:19:
I<> with to Intervene, butIke's Susan and Amanda following.Just this news, Starkey turned to him. Into action. 7SO p M. Young People's 11 A, M. Fridays____7:30 P. M.
tempted "Search those stalls, Crowder," Prayer Meeting League" Meetings Holy Days10 A. M.
egotism makes her change then a man rode up dismounted "Davey! Davey!" he called. Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. .:30 p. M.
he ordered. "Search the hayloft. MIN. ALLIANCE
When Blake lit unwll- and pushed his way "Lend razor will ? Pianist Prayer Meeting
me your you Mrs Mona
mind. Blake felt his heart sink. The Canova Wednesday, 7:30: P.M. PresidentThe
,,, to go to work he and Starkey through. It was Crowder. He ad- game was up! Helplessly he glanced I'm going to shave and I'm John Choir H.Director Powell Mrs. F. H. Long, MISSION HALL. GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Rev. Frank

ago In a terrific fist fight, dressed himself to Starkey pre- at Susan. going to take a bath and wash my Chairman Organist and Choir Sponsors by Robinson

lenvet! Blake badly battered tending not to know him, shirt! Board of DeaconsJ. Director Mr and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Vice PresidentThe
huh "You're Captain Boss Starkey "Just a minute, Captain Star- P. Klckllter Mr. m K. Perryman: J. T. QuigleyBible I, T. Quigley Rev. Leslie
I I furious for revenge. Feeling like a new man, Blake Chairman Assistant Organist I Evangelistic Service ShepherdBecretaryTreasum
i&sitn
aren't ?" he asked. key, said suddenly. "That Study, each
you hummed to himself as he made hU Board of TrusteesL. T. T. lrnlljl Assistant each 'rldaevenln..,
CHAPTER FIVE Starkey eyed him a bit appre- slave is what brought me here." 0, Powell 'h Tuesday evening 7:30: T:30: o'clock The Rev Fred Yvrkea
to the Bullet Line station. So
way --
lake Cantrell worked hard for hensively, wondering why Crowderwas She took a deep breath and point Susan had spoken up for him! It

next two months. Hard, but there "Yeah, what do you ed. "I saw him escape that's why him a warm feeling Inside. Sunday Night Service PRES11YTKKIAN: CIUIKCII
I came here to warn the guard.He gave The at the
to slip want? sermon topic Presbyterian -
managed
fllngly. He had
Blake found the door of the
lay to Colonel Webb's officen "That's my slave" Crowder ran off that way." wagon station open. He paused on For Local Boy ScoutsSince BOB JONESComments Church Sunday morningwill

his Induction Intorkey's said. Crowder eyed Susan and Blake be "The Christian Way to
after the threshold for a moment, watchIng -
service and had come I,. 'You got a paper to show for "There's something funny about Susan as she was poring over the beginning of this On Here Settle the Race Question" In discussing -

understanding with that It?" this" he muttered. Church year no more beautiful and his topic, the pastor, C. C.
the books of the Bullet Line. And Hereafter
ntleman.an After the treatment' "No. but he's mine. I've chased "Are you questioning my Susan simply closed the books worshipful music has been heard Adams said: "The world Is lookIng .

had received at the hands of, him all over two counties." word?" Susan burst out. as he smiled at her. in the First Methodist Church than at this question today with

Crowder whirled on Blake. was offered last Sunday morningby Some preachers I have met specially built spectacles, war-
"Was there something want-
"And you never heard anything? you the assembled' Choir in the would have been better off materially ranted to make the user see what
ed to see me about? she asked
I own that slave!" He waved an anthem "What a friend We have in if they had chosen some other he wants to see, no matter how
curtly.
affidavit. 'Jesus" and by a duet "Inspirer and kind of work, but I have met many far that may be from the truth
Before he could reply the door
Y "You own a slave!" Blake said I Hearer of Prayer," by Mrs. A, Z men In the ministry who are really and common sense It Is refresh-
and
to the adjoining room opened
'Y 1 y contemptuously. He snatched the Adkins and Mrs. W L. Edwards. better off in this world! even ing to our sense of moral and
Amanda barged In, clad in a corset
paper from Crowder's hand and cover and flounced cambric petti- Mrs. E K. Perryman beautifully materially (all things considered l ) social values to turn to the Christ-

tore it Into small pieces. "I've seen accompanied the singers as wellas than they would have been in any ian view of the matter"
coat. She stopped abruptly as she
many a plantation owner, but giving special selections at the other profession or business The .
Blake.
saw
never one that looked like you!" organ The Sacrament of the writer, who is fifty-five years old, CHURCH OF CHRIST
"Well! I didn't know we had
I d As Crowder advanced toward Lord's Supper was administeredby entered the ministry at the early The Church of Christ will hold
she gasped
tt tR Blake Susan stepped in. company the pastor, the Rev. Frank Rob- age of fifteen. He has had forty regular services each Sunday at
"It's only me, Blake smiled.
I' "Now get out!!. she told Crowder "Only A typical Cantrell inson. The evening service was years of this glorious service. He i the Masonic Hall on Call Street.

curtly. you conducted by the pastor using the knows personally at least us many Bible study will be held at 10:30:
trick walking In on a lady In
"I'm going," Crowder said sul her corset cover." subject "Almost" as the basis for ; preachers an any one his age. The o'clock with sermon and the Lord's

lenly. "And I'm going after that the sermon based on the words of first two or three years I walked Supper at 11. Evening services
"I'm but It's you who did.
slave, too. I know he must be sorry "' Jesus "Thou art not far from the (not hitch-hiked) and begged for will be held at 7:30.: The publicIs
the walking in Blake
ova ,fa heading for the Pennsylvania line. tested. pro I Kingdom of God." any kind of a place to preach. In Invited to attend.

And when I catch up with him!I" Amanda bristled "I don't know Next Sunday morning the pastor one community I built a brush arbor .

Blake gritted his teeth. that you have to be sorry I've will have charge of the service and conducted a revival meet- VANDERBILT

seen ladles who looked worse." and will be assisted by the choir ing for a week. We organized a Minn VHmu Norman, Cor.
CIIAPTKR; SIX church with fifty-four members.I .
with another of its excellent ren-
"So have I, Blake agreed gal- --
a0 dered anthems and Mrs. F. H. did not receive one cent for my
r'F Y"we're "I don't know why you did It lantly. Then, realizing his mis- Miss Irene Sapp was a visitorto
had faith anda
services, but I good
Long at the
but thanks for the lie" Blake saidto take he tried to cover it. "I mean organ. Fernandina Monday.
the place to sleep and ef con-
night here"ipWInf Amanda Susan when they were alone. who hasn't?' That is of The evening service will be an science and the sweet peace assurance Levy Norman and Anderson

(aid.fe "I'm glad you set him free." course you have Aunt Amanda." unusual one in honor of the Boy I Harnage were in Jacksonville last
that I was doing God's will. :
"Do know who he was?" Having succeeded in dispersing Scouts of Troop 70 Starke Mr. Friday.

Blake asked you sharply. She lookedat her own____ embarrassment, Amanda. M, c B oswe u s' coat execu a ve U I., In the last fortv years I have Mr. and Mrs.-- -Emery Johns attended -
friends and from "You've got to have a paper to I preached in large auditoriums, In
supposed him Inquiringly. "It was : picked up her spectacles from the I the North Florida Area, together church services at Long
said. "There's a
Earkey, he wanted to be able to show, Starkey Enoch," he said ; table and pranced out of the room. with other officials of this area, practically every city on the con- Bridge Sunday night.Mr. ,

B>k forward to something. AndKit notary In the wagon station. He'lltake "Enoch! Your Enoch!" Susan i Blake looked after her in admira- will be present and Mr. Boswell tinent and in some of the cities in and Mrs. Russell Norman
was the right-of- ; care of you. When you come foreign lands, but as I look back
something deeply shocked. tion. "What a woman! I wish the will give an address concerningthe were visiting in Jacksonville Sat-

Ey for the B. & O. Maybe Webb back with your affidavit you can was"Yes. He fed me a lot better cantankerous old bully were my work of the Boy Scout movement across the years, the awpetept. and urday.

Ka right maybe It could be prov- have him." He turned command- when were guest thanyou're aunt!" he said.Suddenly Following this address a happiest memories I have are .

B that Starkey was mixed up In ingly to Blake. "Put that slave in you feeding me my now," Blake Amanda popped her Court of Honor will be conductedIn those that come to me from brush C.UID OF THANKS

ve-runnlng. feed room number two he, stand don't said with a touch of bitterness. head buck through the doorway. which many of the Scouts of the arbors unsealed school houses and We wish to thank our friends

KBlake was stationed in Frost- guard over" him and see "You're not my guest!" Susan "Perhaps you ought to know local troop will receive Merit poorly-built country churches! for their kind expressions of sympathy

Dig now. His entire appearance get away. said angrily. that I can hear everything you Badges and advancement In ranks. back in the rural districts. I can and for the many flowers

fid I changed since he had come Assisted by Davey Blake lifted "Why don't you say it? I'm say, she declared warningly. see aa I write theMe lines the families sent during the illness and deathof

this Bullet Line station. He was Enoch to his feet Together they slave!" Blake turned to Susan. "Doesn't "You may not know it, Miss coming to the places of wor- our daughter Evelyn.Mr. .

finer and weather-beaten, dressed started off with him. Susan stared your She turned and ran off. Blake matter if she can, anyway_ I dow Griffith" he remarked" blandly ship some with kerosene 'lanterns and Mrs. Raleigh Conner.

H rough clothing, and his hair after them in perplexity, not ., "but you and I are In love." and some with pine torches. I
the servant. : can see the dimly lighted places'
Eeded having recognized NOnCE
cutting very badly. "Are we really? Who are we in
Crowder meantime had followed of worship and hear the old hymnsof I will be at the followIng
named -
Frostburg was the site of one I 'love with?
Starkey Into his office. praise. I have been more comfortable places on the (days and dates
B the B. & O.'B new construction 'Whom; Susan, dear Not
"What Is this?" Starkey demanded Y.x personally In the cities and stated herein for the of
Imps, and Blake was keeping InRich 'who.: And since we are in love purpose
belligerently. "What you towns but I was more comfortableIn receiving tax returns, also -
oflater's to applications
with Webb through one when would you say we ought
chasing that slave for?" the most rural communitiesthan for homestead
Be exemptions:
agents. Carefully, Blakes ae get married?
questioning his fellow-work- "He ran away from us. "On any rainy Friday when we Jesus ever was Lawtey, Tuesday p. m., Feb. 21,

in trying to discover some shred "You aln't been tryin' to re-sell 'haven't anything else to do," Susan "He who was rich for our sake Theressa Wednesday a, m., Feb.
him have ?" Starkey asked became that through hispoverty 22,
I evidence that might doom you rejoined lightly. poor, we

|.irkey and the Bullet Line suspiciously. I "If you married me you could might become rich." He Hampton Wednesday p, m..
"All right, handle if! that riches consist not In
taught
you ?; know." Feb. 22.Graham.
He and Davey had become close W I save my wages, you
Crowder snarled. "Turn him loose, the abundance of things which one
Bends, Davey had taught himw "How practical you're becom- Thursday a. m., Feb.
him to the United States In the days of
to shoot and generally tried let get ing!" posxeHHeth. my 23.
marshall! Let him tell how he lot about the early struggle I was rich In the
make things easier for the "I've learned a Brooker
iungster. : hopped out of a Bullet Line Wagon ; Bullet Line, too" Blake went on thing that make men happy. I 23. Thursday p. m., Feb.

See what happens to you had the love and appreciation and
|0n this particular Cray, Starkeyked then!" "I should be Invaluable to you. confidence of those who heard me New River, Friday p. m. Feb 24.

,' up from his desk to see Suddenly Susan dropped her Please arrange to see me either
preach. I had the joy that comes
Rsan .and Amanda. He stared atm Starkey, realizing Crowder was l chiding tone. at one of above named places, or

| in dismay speaking the truth, quieted him. ,, "Blake," she said, seriously, "Is from seeing the Gospel transform in Tux Assessor's office in CourtHouse
human lives and make bad Into
,, men
I"You're supposed to be In Hag- "Not so loud! he cautioned. rj the work you have to do very un- before April 1.Respectfully.
fetown "Have that affidavit fixed up and ?" good men. The ministry must
he said. "What are you lea pleasant ,
|Ing here?" get him out of here" "No. Matter of fact It's sort of be drudgery to a preacher who K. W, Hayes
never sees sinners saved, but to
"We're spending the night here," In the feed room Blake finally fun. Starkey's the only unpleasant Tax Assessor Bradford County.
nee God work in the hearts of men
ftiunda said.RStarkey brought Enoch back to conscious e.d thing about It. Hut I'll attend to 2-10 2t 2-17.
Is far more exciting than to see
y "
tried to conceal his con- ness. "we're a ..supof/ him In due time. lie paused then
fortunes Yes
pile sky-high.
Brnation. "No woman ain't never Enoch, recognizing his masterthe fooli, Saran" Dlakianerttj. returned to the subject. "Are you my

frnt the night here. We ain't got first time could hardly believe going to marry me or not?" boy,Gospel It is !big business, preachingthe SEA FOODS

B place for you." his eyes. Y J! "Certainly I'm going to marry
B"You "Mistah Blake! Mistah Blake!" she replied, imitating his Oysters
you
cotKht
can put In another He
here he kept repeating gratefully. [looked after her enjoying her dis- better with an audience. tone "How many times do I have The parents of the Scouts are cor- Shrimp
Susan i
suggested.That's "
he looked aloft."Knoch" paused "Susan, he said finally,, Mackerel
"' "What's happened to you ? ask- comfiture Then to tell you." dially Invited to attend and will

pined where I sleep, Starkey ed Blake."I he called softly. The "why did you ask "Captain Star- "Susan!" Blake burst out. "You find reserved Heats awaiting them. Mullet

You can sleep out under aBe. was kidnapped Mistah Blake old servant climbed down.-He was key to release me? said yea!" He threw his. arms An invitation has also been! extended Red BassSpeckled

Amanda put In. "The fresh me and five others And hardly able to speak but his eyes He sat down on an upturned box around her. to members of the newly I Perch

t will do you good." then that man he sold them other reflected his emotion. and, catching her hand in his, "I didn't," Susan said her head organized troop of the Girl ticout l Sea Trout

'Now, listen!" Starkey pleaded.ou five and he tried to sell me. But Blake and Enoch watched as drew her down beside him. snuggled against his shoulder "I of America to come with their TIUY'UEI.VA"S: FRESH

| two don't want to do nothin' nobody'd buy me 'cause I'm too Davey hurriedly saddled a horse. "Oh I thought the Joke had said 'certainly,' and we're Insane leader, where they too will have a AT

|e this. Why, wouldn't get old. If he can't sell me one more I "Enoch, you're going to Penn- gone far enough" she answered to do It. We'll fight all our lives." reserved section. The public\ gen-
you
B rest Wagons going In an outcry time he gwlne kill me Mistah sylvania," Blake said. "That's a airly. "And you're of no particular Blake smiled happily. "Of coursewe erally Is especially Invited to attend Magnolia Fish Mk't.

ten minutes "and the Blake. He'll) kill me!" place where slaves are free." use to us." wll)." this. service and to be presentat

to kill you," of the of "Was Their met in a long, tender the time of the awarding of -
going rear
"Nobody's out Blake looked disappointed. lips
|ngs you woud hear!I" Enoch sped these honors to the of this +___,___,_ '" l._
"Oh, we wouldn't mind that," Blake said grimly "You're head- the stable. And not a moment too that all?" kills, which suddenly was broken boys '
S the Pennsylvania line." I, voice was heard off loud knock at the door. Troop. Members of the Rotary ,
an replied. "We've heard you!" ing for soon for Starkey's "That was all, Susan said clef by a
in dat kind of moment as If Club, sponsors for the Troop are
Suddenly, from outside, shoutsre "Don't get yo'self ; the next instant nitely. Blake paused for a ,
attend this service and
| heard. Starkey rushed to the trouble. Just send me back to "Cantrell! Cantrell!" he was "Well thank you, anyway." he had some presentiment of bad expected to (
of the honors
witness the awarding
Enoch pleaded. to the door and
Sndow, Blake sitting with Davey Mistah Talbot shouting. She rose. "Is there anything news then stepped
I a log Blake turned to Davey, "Sad- I with opened It. It was Davey. to the boys
a little way off, glanced made his way toward the else? she asked attempted
dle a horse and have him out backas Blake indifference. "Excuse me, Mr. Blake, but that Prayer Meeting will be conducted -

can get him there," Captain. horse has come back," he said. Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock
They. must have Jumped a soon as you calling me?" he ask- Blake got to his feet slowly.
|T, Davey said. he whispered. "Were you "No," he began. Then his tone "The one that friend of yours rode and an earnest Invitation to the

Starkey and Crowder ed. to Pennsylvania." people of our community Is. extended CiivetHanksforthe
that on
'Deer "Yen thereis. away
nothing! It's a man! Fearing i looked him up and down changed of a sudden. ,
all too soon, Starkey He turned quickly to this most worthwhile
started.
l Ke would return of fools Susan Blake
cried excitedly contemptuously. "So you been bellyaching We're a couple roof over your
into a hay- mid-week service.
Enoch to Susan.
hoisted up "
ft was a man a tattered Negro, Blake to the women have he asserted.
fl I his face was a picture of loft and cautioned him to remain he snarled "Speak for yourself," she said, "I've got to go" he said kissing' The public is Invited to join us head'-suppose

por as he approached, panting quiet. Then he took up a station you? IDon't ?" somewhat surprised. her quickly. "I'm sorry. Good in! any and all of the services of burnt last

9m his exertions. For a split near the front of the stable, to all ""Have try to lie out of it. "AH right I'm a couple of fools. night." the Church where you will find a had

frond Blake couldn't believe hiss Intents and purposes standing you to me and asked me to Susan how does a man tell some- "But what is It? What's hap- wholesome and mont welcome re night !

The Negro was none othern guard over the fugitive slave. She come But It didn't work!I" one he loves her when he really pened?" she called after him. Too ception awaiting you. If you art

n his faithful old slave Enoch! A moment later he was surprised let you go.moment Blake was too means it?" JatfJ lie was gone not connected with a Church In INSURE WITH

Fnree or four of the pike boys to see Susan enter. For a to speak. Then he half- I Susan looked at him a little Blake followed Davey to the Starke, make this your Church JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
i can I find that surprised stable where a riderless horne- home. We feel that the Church
| started after the fugitive. "Er where he realized that Susan ( doubtfully, but her voice softened. ,
brought !in here a smiled as the one which Enoch had ridden will be good for and we are
|i'gningiy' one of them brought slave that was been doing something in his "Well some men would Just you
F down with a flying tackle. few minutes ago?" she asked."He's had tell her." was pawing the ground. I sure that each one coming to us OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE

feed room," Blake behalf. "I'm going to find Enoch! [ will be a blessing upon us
1 Lemrne go, boss! Please lemme in the "Get that grin off your face! "Not this girl It's like getting
!' Enoch said coldly. atten chummy with a porcupine. She Blake announced with determination. -
I,., Pleaded. "They'll killfine Starkey raged. "And pay
want to talk with him. I doesn't ." .
"I tell
I to you. FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
I what got
to
head. "Sorry, tion "You mean both of us, don'tyou
his Amanda
of the boys dragged him toW Blake shook once so they had to They both jumped as Possible for Me to Render
let anybodysee beat you up said. Many Year Experience! Makes It
?
feet are not to stuck her head Into the room. Davey
but orders with a
another raised hisip my offn the ground
dig you I can.thear Blake patted the boy's back. "AH EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
and him. "A little louder, please.
brought the butt down You to that girl one
orders shovel. go he said. "Get a MODERATE: PRICES
those Then right. Davey,
consider said
PrP'y on Enoch's head. The "You may more time and when I get through you! she sweetly.
countermanded.'" the door closed and they were a- couple of horses. And be prepared DeWITT C. JONES
jgro went down like a shot Just with you, they'll have to use a "
come from Captain for anything! SUrlte. FloridaFEI1RUARY
Blake reached the little circle. "Those orders I IBlake' lone again.
Blake said firmly.,. rake! Susan. (To be continued
barging his Blake turned to
forward, Blake sent Starkey that hand started toward ,

1 man reeling with a hard smash "Perhaps you've forgotten







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FRIDAY,
: : :, --- ..-- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAEKL FLOBIDA .. _ _
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-- r really did any serious bunting MORE SOCIETYLadies' f WPA CUTSIN Evelyn Conner ij.

: Bradford County Telegraph I Stuff 1 but now-a-days everybody and his PROSPECTDrastic Evelyn Connor .3.: ,' "'I

brother has a gun and a dog and daughter of :Mr and Mrs.

Established 1877 AbouiiiStarkc strikes out for the woods on the AuxiliaryTo reductions In relief rolls Conner. died last Fr j-aj: ,. DJ

; : first day of the season. You not Elect OfficersThe will be necessary after AprlJ' 1st a Jacksonville bospIt.an (Iijj

Published) "Weekly"on Fridays and Entered as Second Class AND BRADFORD COUNTYA only can't find any birds but Ladies' Auxiliary of the under the new $725.000.000/ WPA acute attack of 4'p Pe dIrr

you're always running the risk of Presbyterian Church will meet to-a statement She was a student in the '
Florida according
Starke
at
Office
: Matter at the Post having trickle o'clockat appropriation I Grade of the ::
, new version of "Red Riding ; a load of bird-shot Tuesday aftrnoon at 3:00: this week by National Ad- I Bradford ""I;
down the back of your neck. No- the home of the president, Mrs. High School here.
of C. Harrington.
: = = ______Editor and Owner Hood making use more em- ministrator Francis
E. L. Matthews_ __ __ Besides her
": phatic language was told by Judy much as I hate to admit it-I'm O. E. Stanabury Local officials were unable to say, parent! the.

Green to her mother the other afraid the good old days of bunt- I An election of officers will be to what extent Bradford County :'girl Is survived by a. t broUter'lo:

TilE TALK ABOUT TAX REVISION day. "She was taking Iota of Ing are gone forever." held and all officers and committee clients would be effected. aid and two sisters r0 TO

With the 1939 sessior of the State Legislature less than cookies and nice things to eat to i chairmen will be asked to handin WPA rolls will be maintained Barbara Funeral Jean.services

in the distance talk of a complete revision of her grandmother, and do you know Disgusted remark of small boy their annual reports. until April 1st at approximatelytheir I were bed .
two months what happened Mamma?" Judy selling tangerines at the corner Mrs. K. G. Duncan will lead the level of 3,000,000 day afternoon at 3 o'clock II

Florida's tax strcuture continues at a high! pitch. Already askeH breathlessly.! "A damned old by Stump's store 2 dozen for Sc: devotional for the afternoon. present but unless supplemental graveside In Conner Ceo/:

have been advanced to wolf her" Where these "If dozen I could persons, : The Rev. W. E. Hal)) ,(
; more than enough different plans caught they were 50c a appropriations are made big cuU Cove g

hopelessly bewilder the average man and to make him extremely three-year-old learn such words sell 'em."; what localtte of German Burton-Rowe Marriage will be necessary at that time. The I rangements Springs were offlctateo In gj '

will always remain somewhat ofa ., extraction refers to Hitler Solemnized SundayIn relief appropriation Is $150- charge 01,'
constructive new Boree Funeral
whether can Home
: doubtful as to anything mystery. as "th master"? Pear, peach., and Rome GeorgiaMiss 000,000 less than President Roose- Pall bearers

emerge from the muddle. redbud* trees have blossomed out velt asked for.Tobacco. Elton Werencr Lorlll1

; : The weak spot in the situation is mankind's old failing- A gentleman who'd had the well- during the past week. Is the Rosa Mae Rowe attractive Harold, Crawford Sapp. Lucian
daughter of MJ.: B. Rowe and Donald
weather to fool
"' maa, trying us, or Refund
No. 1 and let else "go known "one too man) came up ) and Robert Ward
a tendency to look out for everyone is Spring really here ? Noon Wainwright the late Mrs. Rowe, of tarke, be-
local officers last
1 I hang." Large property owners advocate the abolishment of all to one of night our with the pitiful entered Fred's Place on came the bride of Charles E. Burton Congressman Lex Green intro- Bu,7Mr. --
Saturday
l ad valorem taxation and the establishment of a "single" tax plea that "I can't find my car. Call Street ordered a bowl of son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. duced a bill In Congress last week

chile, while eating it felt something Burton of Rome. Georgia, in a whereby all tobacco {.Towers who and Mrs. Genera) Let',
: (generally understood to be a sales tax). Others, who believe I xn not drunk but I cant seem" hard in his mouth which beautiful ceremony Sunday afternoon paid any money for the privilegeof ter. Waldo, girl, February 3. "
to: remember where I left It.. By
; they will be adversely affected by a sales tax, will not hearto the time the missing automobile proved to be a dime removed the February 5, at four o'clock, marketing tobacco In 1935/ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie FUv,

such a plan and advance various other ideas for raising was located, the fellow was sober dime, paid for the chile with It, in the home of the bridegroom's would be refunded in like amount. Clelland. Lawtey, gir Feb

::' and went on about his business. parents in Rome, with the Rev.J. This would apply to producers 4.
And it each advocate thinking enough to drive without endangering -
the State's so goes-
: revenue. Robins are peskier than usual! In : W. Seagers, pastor of the Trin- who made more tobacco than tbey
his life and the lives of other
OTUK OK M41.12 ....'
: entirely of his own interests and no one making an impartial people. Our officers say they wish this area this year reported to ity Methodist Church officiating were allotted on the marketingcards tERTIFICATisNotice T'1

appraisal of the situation on the basis of what will be best, more intoxicated drivers would have literally ruined a berry patch in the presence of the Immediate and paid certain amounts Is hereby giv hat
; families and few intimate for the privilege of selling any Vonda Inm.n has flit. ,'lIh
near Brooker, not only eating the a
not for himself but for the State of Florida. forget where they left their automobiles written request that thi i Iii ,
t friends.A excess produced without paying flcates with ,
instead of drive fruit but stripping the plants of together al) n ..
t if It is refreshing-amid all this clap.trap-to find the them. trying to leaves as well. One of our secret profusion of American Beauty the tax which was imposed on excess State omitted, be or advertised levied taxes une: b.ld',id bit;

Umatilla Tribune advocating "a concerted, organized activity, agents reports that Bill Mundy roses, white hyclanths, and ferns, tobacco in 1935 under the! highest. bidder for each. u Pro(;
gets mall addressed to Rev Bill In baskets AAA program. countl Agent T. by Chapter 13396 of thi 191:J Jof
arranged
embracing the members of the Legislature, the Governor, attractively the Legislature, upon thtfouIng '
When foresters of the South- bill
that this
y Mundy couldn't: have him cop- and low bowls formed the decorations K. McClane, Jr. says described. real /estate I lii
tax organizations, and patriotic individuals, joining together eastern District met near here recently fused with Billy Sunday. could for this lovely wedding. The if passed will bring around $400to County of Bradford, !Stat. or r
Ida. to-wit:
I to secure the complete revision of our taxation system on to dedicate the Austin Cary they Local Rotarians were given altar, which was improvised in one be divided among ten growersin HWVi. of SB 1,4 of BE' 5Wt 2t
Memorial Forest they took a side S R. 21 E., 10 Acres.
3' i the basis of maximum economy, efficiency, and a just divi- trip a short distance out on Road' something to think about Wednesday corner of the living room, was this county. 4> The taxes to be Bold art tinted }
when a visitor was introducedwho banked with an artistic arrange- by certificate No. 428 of J
sion of the burdens. 28 between Starke and Keystone claimed 18 years a perfect ment of roses against a back- Hunting Season Closes and represent unpaid taxes f..l

., The Tribune's plan, in brief, is as follows: The Speaker Heights to inspect some pulp wood attendance. These good rains are ground of giant ferns and lighted amounting years 1929 to to $112,36.1939 both Inch-

I cuttings. One of the speakers putting all our berry growers in with a white table lamp. Wednesday the last day for ALSO: SH of SEV4 of SEU e...
taxation committee consistingof
of the House to appoint his pointed out a group of ten or this season's record number of Tp. 6 8. K. 22 E., 20 Acre.
good spirits In spite of the recent The bride had her matron-of- The taxes to be Hold are .tlJ!
himself, his legislative committee, the Go'.ernor, membersof twelve good-sized stumps from low prices. Buddy Norman. pro- as hunters as the quail shooting officially ed by certificates Nos. 283 an4
which honor and only attendant, her cou- that date. For of 1929 and 1933: renpeetnrepresent .,,
Governors' cabinet representatives of different tax the timber that had been minent closes on
of the Lawtey grower and ship- sin. Mrs. J. F. Howell of Olustee. unpaid taxes for the i
cut probably brought the seller a- per, said he went fishing Wednes- the 1938-39 season 333 hunting 1928 to 1939, both Inclutlnjmounting '
Florida citizens
in the state and
prominent his best
The had
c organizations round $1.50. One of the foresters bridegroom as licenses were sold records In the to $48.43. f

4 interested in the matter; that this joint committee obtain spoke up: "Why In the world woulda day fish fry afternoon and then enjoyed came home a good just man his brother John Burton of office of County Judge E. K. Per- S ALSO of Public: R II road Acres Sec of NW 27 'l'p.i% oil(1
Rome. The matron-of-honor Mrs.
1 the aid of tax experts from Columbia, or other sources ; that man cut fine timber like that ahead of the good shower, which ryman showed. This la almost 22 E., 8 AcresThe
for Howell wore a becoming model of when taxes to be sold are i o
the mills? he season's figures
pulp asked. double last
work out for state county and made him feel better than ever. ed by certificate NOB 436 inil
they a complete system "Because he probably needed teal blue with a corsage of rose less than 200 were sold. Dove of 1930 and 1938 recpeulvdjfrepresent

municipal taxation;, complete and publish their recommend- money very very bad" the speaker PLANT CITYBERRIES buds. season closed January 31. 1929. to.1914.unpaid both taxes inclusive. tot,the in|

ations before the legislature meets, and give any organization replied. But the inquiring for- The lovely young bride chose for .. Inn to $72.02.
ester was still puzzled. "I should her wedding costume a beige and PromotedFriends ALSO: W 6 Acres .,t Nffl
or individual wishing to suggest any changes full access Benson NEVI S of Public road See I'I I
1 think he could than plaid costume suit with luggagetan .
get more $1.50 I K. 22 E., 6 Acre
to their figures and statistics.The worth of good out of trees like Receipts from.strawberry ship- accessories. Her flowers werea here will be interested I IS.The taxes. to be sold art tt'

Telegraph thinks this plan excellent and one that that if he would bring a blanketout menu at Plant City are nearing corsage of gardenias. to learn that J. Harry Benson ed of 1930 by'certificate and 1933 Noa respecting 437 iivij

here and simply lie down and the million dollar mark with more Immediately after the weddinga former principal of B. H. S., has represent. unpaid taxes. for thcj
: could only be improved upon by having the tax-studying 1929! to 1939. both Inclunh ID I
look at them!" than a million pints of fruit pouring reception was held. The bride's just been appointed executive as- Ing to $63.0.ALSU I

body composed entirely of experts from other states and the out of there on Monday and table in the dining room was covered sistant to C. I. Holllngsworth.; : K44 of NEV4 .t SWI

: District of Columbia in order to eliminate entirely the post -, There is no foundation In fact Tuesday of this week. Totals now with a handsome white linen Polk County superintendent of of NEa 1\K",4< Sec.Acres 27 In T|>NW, 6 sit Corol J

for the rumor that Frank Land- stand at 7944.014 pints for which cloth and held as its central em- public Instruction. Mrs. Bensonis 8 Acre
sibility of self-interest or prejudice entering into the con- Lakeland The taxes to be Hold ar< ,med ,
In the
and Bill Graham have teaching High
rum have taken growers received an estimated bellishment an arrangement of by certificate Nos 428 and

I clusions. up the saxophone. It all started return of $838,037.35 white hyciantha Burning white School. of 1930 and 11133 rexpvctlvflirepresent ..

The Tribune thinks that the suggestion to eliminate all when a near-sighted lady saw Lower prices are being experi- tapers in green crystal holders I ... years 1929. unpaid to 1919.taxet both ''tici-fat I

; ad valorem tax in favor of a three percent sales tax is not them together on the curbing In enced as the result of adverse balanced the central arrangement.A Many Apply To WPA amounting ALSO: NEV to $59 of.83 SE'0. & Nr|
front of Alvarez store.
They were weather conditions which large punch bowl at end ll
have one 334 residents of NWV Sec. 35 Tp. 6 S:! It it
designed as "a fair, scientific manner of establishing an efficient simply "breaking In" their new"calabash" seriously affectedthe sale of fruiton of the table and a silver basket During 1938 Acres.. ,.

and just tax system, but is to relieve certain interests pipes, but the dear the northern( markets. holding individual wedding cakes the Bradford WPA County for placement were certified as em-to ed The by taxes certificate to be No Hold, 584.an UJ'I\.1'

from taxes and shift the burden to the poor people of Flor- old lady thought they were practicing topped with valley fillies, at the : ployment became available. 445 Ively of and 1930<>>,represent 1933 and jnpald 1935, .rf t'
a duet. KriIOOL IIQAKI) 11.8nVS1' other completed the table decora-
ida." It is in favor of reducing real estate taxes to a reason- ;TIME MONDAY tions. :1 for the, years amounting 1929 to to 1 1939.$139 41-bellielusive

ably levy--one that could be, and WOULD be collected but And speaking of music-didn't Punch was served by Mrs. Sam 'Will Call PastorAll J I Town ALSO of: Lots Starke 6, 8 In Blh NEi 2., or.H

"We do not believe that the DuPonts, llcckschers, Colliers,1and the Starke Swlngsters go over big (Continued from Page One) Anderson and Mrs. Elmo Miller members of the Baptist Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. R.. 22 E
kc 1 at the Birthday Ball ? They've been The taxes to be .old.1' oned
and Miss Martha Ann Burton assisted Church of Starke are asked to be IR I'I)1 l
l
certificate NOB
others of wealth who have come into this State and / by
great the talk of the town ever since parents pupils of this rulingIn 11
Mrs J. F. Burton In servIng present Sunday morning at the of 1930 and 1933 ret-in, r.
1 of land should taxationon everyone wanting to know order that unpaid tax, tat I
and bought up vast empires escape why they will be preparedat the Individual cakes. 11 o'clock service for the purpose yearn represent 1929 to 1939, both loll "

them." they weren't engaged to play for the opening of :next year term. After spending some time with 0: calling! a pastor. amounting; to "66.115,
the dance Instead of going to the 1 ALSO: Beg. SO ft :8, f (F
that the The following, teacher recom- their guests Mr. and Mrs. Burton I extended >r. Ff
f Everyone seems to be quite confident Legislature trouble of sending out of town for of Blk 29 AH
left for a short wedding trip to map and run S 91 ft, W j( ft J
is "going to do something about taxes," but just what an orchestra. The truth of the mendations by trustees were received Atlanta. their New Assistant ft. K 80 ft to beg Orlftlna To'
it Upon return '
'I
they :Starke, In NEV of SW'i' tei :
and
matter I is that such approved: Heilbronn-
will be is still matter of It procedure was will Mrs. Gwendolyn Mann of Winter
that "something" a conjecture. make their home at North 6 S' II. 22 B.
actually considered but the boys Norman Johns, principal. Mrs. Fifth Garden will arrive this week to The taxes to be sold .u, "
Avenue
I is extremely doubtful if anything of great value will come themselves "pooh poohed' the Idea Rome. ed hv certificates. Now .'
Luvertla Shepherd,, Mrs. Lubedia The bride Is a graduate of the become associated with the local : of 1931 and 1934 respectl\l j

: from such meddling unless an exhaustive and conscientious because, as yet their repertoire is I h"_ .....__. .'U....__ u,_,,_ u_ __L 1O7 i'1,,.. ,c th n."".. _,. ,,,,_.._... Farm Security Administration of- represent. unpaid taxes. fo 'Ih.!
-vu4io, .UAH* .co vveiiB, nanipcon --------.v aJ.au.tJn LI "UU"Ly inClust' am'ing '
study is made of the entire tax structure along lines similiar somewhat limited. They have I Junior High-M. W.. Morrow I High School and is a popular fice. She will be an assistant to 1930 to to $211.13..1.80 1939bolh. ,.
trouble
principal -
getting together for
prac- member Miss Madge Whigham, home sup- / : lx.t 6, 8 nf Dlk of the
to those suggested by the Umatilla newspaper. This is a tice sessions and consequently can H. B. Wiggins Lorraine i younger set. ervisor. Johns Addition to Starkt In HJ

matter of such vital importance to Florida that selfish interests really "go to town" on only fiveor Smith. Ploy Sullivan Ophelia from The the bridegroom Rome High was graduated School In SWVi The. Sec.taxes 28 to Tp.be 8.old S. HUE art 0'|

must for once be thrust into the background before six numbers. If they practice Bryan. Rome, Georgia and later was con- NOTICI'I TO HhIItIIS'" of ed 1931 by certificate and 1934 Now re...pectl"f *''B I
regularly during 1939, we're not Recommendations from nected The Hoard of Bond Trustees of represent. unpaid taxes for'
the New with the ,
of be accomplished. Kosy Korner Cafein
anything lasting good
_ can saying what might happen by the Bradford County. Florida will receive 'years. 1930 to 1939. both inn
time the next River and Rising districts were Starke. At present he is assistant bids until 10 o'clock a. m. .amounting to $1S 07.
a Birthday Ball rolls held over. manager of one of the A. March 13th. 1939. and at that timeto ALSO: 1 Lot In NW Cor, of
around. That thunderous be publicly opened. at the City NELl beln'
HOW TO DISPOSE OF ENEMIES applauseand SIc% of BE.of<
'1: genuine encore should It was agreed to grant teachersthe I' & P. Stores In Rome. Hall In the City of Starke. Florida, E A W hv 110 ft. N & 88.e .

Reading somewhat belatedly (his birthday anniversary the Swingsters a lot of encourage give. use! of a bus to transport themto Among the out-of-town guests cab for one and lV4-ton dual' wheels.truck. chassis Each bidder with. 6 S.The R.taxes 22 E. to be sold art .'

:' being on January 19)) a sketch of the life of Robert E. Lee, ment, however. teachers' meetings, providing attending the wedding were: Mrs. mUNt describe, fully the truck on ed by certificate. }so.., 40 6 01 1 f
Sam which he ) lde.Fach taxefliyears
they pay the driver and bear the Anderson, Misses Edith and and represent unpaid
than else by his philosophy bidder will be expected to 1931 to 1939. both itO
anything
we were impressed more Ruth
j ; Who you are and what In- expenses of the trip. Rowe all of Starke, Mrs. accept. a. trade. one used Ford truck amounting to $2646

I i toward his enemies-those whom he might reasonably have terests are often determine your your The resignation of Dan Johnsonas J.Vernon F. Rowe of Jacksonville Mrs. and.belonging. one used to. Chevrolet the Hoard truck of BondTrustees. now Addition ALSO: Lots to Starke 6. 7 of Sec Blk-z>T n,'HU '

been expected to hate most. polnt-of-vlew on this and that. For trustee for the Hampton district Howell of Olustee, Mr and 22 E.
Mrs. Bob Harley and The Board reserves the right to The taxes to be old ar. I'
forces officer said instance a certain lot around town was accepted.It sons, Jack reject. all bide. lis! 01'
t Referring one day to the Union an and Roy. of any or ed by Certificate No.
: was given a thorough cleaning was decided not Dorchester S. C., and Ordered In regular. session of the and represent. unpaid tate5years I
in the presence of General Lee : "I wish they were all dead." recently. all undergrowth up to employ the Leslie Biggs of Atlanta, Ga. said. Board thin the 6th day of Feb 1932 to 1131both/ / Inc
band
was cut master for more than two ruary A. D., 1939 amounting to $87.03. "
The great man replied : "How can you say so? Now I wish down and trees were trimmed toa days a week during the remain .- A. A. Durden. Chairman ALSO: SW1 of NWVi! I M':! '

,. they were all at home, attending to'their own business, leaving high degree of neatness. To most der of the term at B. H. S. Young Democrats ATTEST: C. A. Futch 2-10 Secretary.fit 3-10 5 S The R taxes 21 K.to 40 be Acres sold are ''

passers-by the work seemed like The Following a meeting held In the ed by certificate/ Nos. 83 and
I us to do the same." a great improvement- members decided that the court house !\()1I'l': 0..' \I-PI.H-ATI' KWII 1829 and 1933 r..p..Uvely..
not so Board would meet at 4 o'clock Friday night, the TtX I>KKUeiinle taxes for '"
General Lee could teach most of us a thing or to John M. p. 'Young Democratic present unpaid a:'
Evidently Seymour, a talented m., for the March and Club of Brad- ( Hill 'e. 1O.II 1928 to 1939. both Incluclv

two, not only about the tactics of warfare, but also concern- artist living In our midst whose on the first Monday April In meetIngs the- ford County announced that Its That NOTICE F. M. Packham IS HEREBY holder GIVEN of Tax, Ing ALSO to $71: W30.66. ft of Lot 4 of

paintings are well known to a month. annual fish barbecue will be held Certificates Numbered. respectively, Town of LawteyV of W fTp
ing how to live so as to get the maximum enjoyment and 41 Issued September 6, 1936.
large number of Starkeites. Fact Thursday March 2. at the Crystal a part ft S. K. 22 E. .
of 91 '
Since no other bids Issued September 4, 1918. 330 The taxes to be sold 4"
_ satisfaction out of life. Is that Mr. Seymour had begun were offeredon Lake camp of the president, N. D. Issued. July 2. 1934 and 428 Issued ed by certificate No. 687 01
.
the .
Woodlawn school lot and September S, 1932. has. filed ra".1
painting the scene before the i Wainwrlght. Jr. same and represent unpaid
_
a fence It in my office and has made applica- both In''
was agreed to accept the years 1932 to 1939.
THEY CAN'T GET AWAY WITH THIS cleaning process took place and offer of J. I Invitations will be extended to tion for tax: deed to be Issued there. amounting to 9709.
S.
Norman
in the
on. Said l
a- certificates togeth'all
Imagine his dismay upon return distinguished guests and it Is respectively Said tax certificate
To Southerner magnolia tree is something more mount of $25./ It was also agreedto expected embraces the following described. subsequent. omitted w
every a ing to the spot to find luxurlent i that the event this year properties. In the County of Brad- taxes will be sold to the '

,- or less sacred. The majestic size of the full-grown tree, undergrowth and swaying moss removed sell the old pump. motor, and will surpass even the very successful ford. State of Florida. bidder at the Courthotin d,
Said '
Certificate! No. *
battery 41
at the Brooker school for embraces Starke on the 24th day > /
together with the luxuriant green of the wax-like leaves and from the picture. "It's 915./ get-together held last N1, ot SW'4 of $W'. &t S, ot NW'4 1939, at 11:00 o'clotk A M, I
ruined," he moaned. "One of the spring. of SWV., Section 17 Tp. 7 8. K. 21 E., Dated this the 4th day! "
the heady fragrance of the massive blossoms combine to prettiest spots in town Mr. Wainwright containing 40 Acres, more or less ruary, 1939.OFFICIAL. ,. T
absolutely ,. was re-elected Said Part of Certificate No. 91, ( SEAL) A .
make the magnolia a thing of awe-inspiring beauty. ruined." Which goes to prove as Race Track Money president of the club for another embraces El.. of Efct of NW4 of Clerk of circuit Court Jt *;,
we : SWi and All NEV4 of SWi' readers will doubtless remarked at the beginning of year; E. L. Matthews was reelected Hy Sec. 10 S. _
For this reason, many of our Tp. 6 U 22 E. con
this paragraph how you look at I In the past ten days $7.000 has I secretary; and the following taming 40 Acres, more or less. %OTU' 0.PPIU'TIII'
I share with us a feeling of dismay over the fact that the things depends largely on what. been received here by the clerkof I new officers were elected "MaId Certificate No. 33O embraces T1X: Inu ?.,.
: Paul JVJ4 of Blk 1 8 K 3 W and EVj of (Senate Hill iSI',
Forest::! Products Laboratory has discovered that the mag- you do for a living and what you the court from Comptroller J. I McLendon, lIt vice-president; Fred Blk 1 S. It. 4 W. In Temples SubI NOTICI': 18 HEaUBY ;
do in your time. M. Lee. This marks Hazen, 2nd >lv.. Section 21 Township a South That Ilorsey Fote hiI'rertificate
spare the
money
nolia, when cut down and sawed into strips, makes excellent vice-president; Don L. Range 22 E., containing 10\>> Acres, (' No. 483, I..oed t,
distribution
of race track funds Hoover 3rd vice-president more or less II' I.'
Venetian blinds I Think of it The magnolia one of the most : ; Tom Said day of September A.
Certificate No. offla'
l Some of our leading sportsmen and each county gets an equal Burrell, sergeant-at-arms. Lot 428. embrace filed same In my ) ,
a of Blk 30 "
Livingston a
noble evidences of nature's skillful handiwork-cut down to hate to admit It. but share. In Bradford & Truby made application for
ro'
they can't County the -- __ : Addition to Starke, In WH to be untied( thereon. J
lose its identity forever in a Venetian blind I help but feel a little pessimistic County gets half and the Board of Lawtey Property Sold o'The NKV4 assessment Sec! 28 Tp.of 6 the S. said It. 22 E. Said certificate embrae'J'property ,
Public prop- lowing described
over the Instruction
hunting outlook for the gets half. the O. J, erty under said certificate No. 41 States
Anders County of Bradford.
Such idea this WOULD out of Madison Wisconsin I has
an as come future. Remarking about the clos Schools receiving their $3,500 I recently purchased was In the name of M. .1. Hunxlker; Ida, to-wit;
the .
of Torode property on the uxHennnient of a part of certlfl- Lots. 1, 2, 3. T, 8. 9, '11.,15' ,
: It could never have originated in the South where ing the quail season on the 15th/ Tuesday morning In a warrant Issued Lake Avenue In Lawtey. He cats No. 91 was In the name of J. N"ot NEH of NWV- '
: one of them said this week by the Commissioners. and M. Truby: the a..e..m..nt of said Section 7 "u"r
the idea of slicing a magnolia tree into strips seems quiteas ; "The his family are occupying the certificate No. 29 TownshiP .
season's been house 330 was In the name 22 East containing 9 A'
over for me since and Mr. Anders of Charles E. Brooks, and the .. ......
preposterous as melting the Statue of Liberty into thumb Christmas. states that he will ./ of a.P..m.nt I. '1(
Holiday hunting par. Jobless Insurance make said certificate No. 428string The assessment. of ttt ,
; tacks! ties extensive improvements. I. the name of Chas E. ..."rll,.C
shot the birds all out and Local Arm- erty under the said I< ....
persons may contat! B. Cody of )1.
a representative principal of the sued was in the name
Surely a few things must remain inviolate in this utilitarian there was no use to go Into the of the Florida Industrial .. school, has purchased the Lawtey redeemed unless/ / said certificates. shall. be son. ah''I I
Torode
woods after according to law the Unless said certificatedeemed
4 world of ours if life is to be anything more than a think that. He seemed to Commission every Thursday property at the corner of Lake properties' de..rlhed therein will be according to !law I",
that hunting never would be afternoon In .oltl to the highest. bidder WII''
at the
the therein
erty described
Avenue
county commis and Oak
:;. page from Popular Mechanics. We can begrudgingly spare again like It was In the "good sioners' Street and work- Court house door on the first Monday to the highest bidder tJr4;
room the
: at court house. men are ot
the pines, the oaks, the cedars, and the maples, but let us old days." "There's Just too many Those who want any information the house.now engaged Mrs. Mamie In remodelIng Grif-- D. 1939..iniih.uM1ttl, ., day of March March.1939.A. house the month door of on March.the first 19I.-,:'

; I leave our magnolia trees to the purpose for which they were snld.people"It hunting used to these be that days," be concerning "Jobless Insurance"may fis has purchased the postofflce A.[>nt'i/ this. 8th.. day of FebruaryOFFICIAI the Dated 6th., this day of 8th March day of} ,'-
only a- call on the 1939
created. bout a dozen men in the county during these afternoons.representative property from Mr. and Mrs. Ai M. ( SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. [
: Blanchard. Clerk ot Circuit Court of Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court o! ,]
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