Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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bUshed 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Owner

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I J. I.. IIARRELL Have you ever stopped to

OOLMONEY[ great think danger that whittling of becoming is in a'I NEAR HERE AFTER CHASE THIS WEEK I

lost art? If not, just pausea -

Jomestead Exemption moment and try to remember Efforts To Date Fail Gallons Liquor Taken Second Car of Season
the last
and Murphy Act saw anyone leisurely time you occupied To Save McCall By Officers Here Loaded From

Cause Decline ? .A In the fascinating I and Hysler Monday Lawley r

business of turning a smooth, -

Bradford County received $22- soft piece of white pine Into As Bradford Countlana go about A chase, lasting far Into the

f less In state funds for the artistic little curlicues their routine duties Monday morn- night and through three .A The second freight car of the
Sport of its schools In the fls- 4 that were pretty to look at ing, three convicted murderers will 1939 season! rolled from Lawtey

year 1937-38 than it did In but practically valueless for go to their death in. the electric counties, resulted in the arrest Saturday morning, loaded with

fe-37, according to reports re- P anything else. chair at the State Prison Farm here early Tuesday morning of 1 392 crates of strawberries. It will

ied this week by State Sup- Time was when you could scarcely nine miles from Starke. Horace Cane and the seizure by probably be the last carlot for

tendent Colin EnglL'1h.e walk along Call Street late All three are ''white men and Sheriff A. O. Andreu of forty-five some time as this section is now

entire Florida: school reue in the afternoon and have to each one figured *ja a sensational gallons of Illegal whiskey experiencing a lull in production::

declined'' $1,795,000 during step mighty high to keep case that attracted state-wide, as as a result of freezing tempera

last school year, the reported. from bogging well as national, attention. Theyare Cane, a resident of Louise, was tures three weeks ago which kill }

Money derived from tax down In the : (1)) Franklin Pierce McCall, spotted by Sheriff Andreu and 'PT. ed the bloom that would have produced

mptlons was $1,330,000 less \4 shavings. It was youthful, confessed kidnap-murd- Road Patrolman Melvin McKinney fruit for the next two
traveling south on Road 13
937-38: than It was in 1936-37. : 1 pretty easy erer of James Bailey Cash; (2)) near Lawtey around 8 o'clock Mon weeks.
b decrease of 66 percent Is at- x walking In the Clyde Hysler, convicted In Duval Curtailment of production quickly -
day night. The officers
|uted principally to the opera- "vxJ morning, but as County as the ringleader In a chase at breakneck speed gave in showed up In a strengthening of
i of the Murphy tax certificate the shadows robbery plan during; which Mr. a prices which rose from the $1.60
which Cane Is said to have set
|tlon law. k grew longer, : and Mrs. J. H. Surrency, store low of last week to the $3.25 per
the at ninety miles an hour.
for to the removal of the poll :-: the white pine : keepers, were shot down by one pace crate Wednesday.
The hunted turned
man sharply
1 as a requirement for voting:, :. t.e t ,, boards grew lof two negro bandits; ((3)) Paul east on a graded road Just northof Shipments from Starke and

I school collected at least $300- 4 thinner, and a- Fried Bunge, middle-aged German the Blscayne filling station and lUlL WAINWRIGHT Lawtey during the past seven days

I on general election years from 4 J 4.F ".Ji a +' long about sundown who confessed the murder of his continued his speedy flight over Bill Wainwright of Lawtey, who reached a total of 4,500 crates,
i Since the how- it wife and their two small childrenin
source. repeal was slightly under the figure for the
one of the roughest roads in the will compVte his law course at
r, only $54,000 waa collected kind of slow go- Tampa last year.! county. the University of Florida next previous week. Growers received -

hi this source in 1937-38. w, .t,.i I Ing around the It is possible but not probable, Not wishing to tear his car year, delivered the graduating ad- an average of $2. O per crate,
urrent county and district tax street come r s that last minute action by attor- up dress at the or a total of $11,250 for the week's
I': and risk his life to boot Sheriff Lawtey Junior-High
ipctions were almost exactly where the neys might be successful In stay- Andreu turned back to the hard School Tuesday night. Ills sub production.The .

same as the previous year bute i I benches were. Ing the execution of Hysler and road, figuring that Cane would ject, which he developed with total movement from the

$96,000 less than the year [ It isn't that McCall, but no further efforts will head for the Keystone Heights logic and forcefulness, was "The county thus far this season Is estimated -

';-36. There was an increase of NO one whittles i be made to save Bunge. McCall's section after he had followed the Place of an Educated Man in the at 522,000 pints for which

3,000 in racing commission I anymore. i attorney Is now making every effort Rural Community." glowers have received around
grade Into Then
Ida available for :school pur-!| : There are still to place ,his case before the Clay County. $"0.000.
followed a long search extendinginto J. H. Moore, member of the
fcs, as a result of special acts I a few die-hards United States Supreme Court. Plant City has shipped 12,14.-:
., school board
Alachua County and ending county presented
fthe last legislature to aid the left in whom I If not halted, the executions 146 pints with estimated gross returns -
: back at Starke around 1:30: a. m., diplomas to the following students
fools in certain counties. the habit is deeply rooted but you have to go far and look hard to will take place In rapid succession when Cane was finally arrested.He who were graduated at this time of $1,128,176.

unds from all sources available find a sure enough old-time whlttler today Instead of stumbling all beginning at 10 o'clock. had disposed of the liquor In from the ninth grade: James .

schools during 1937-38 totaled over them like you used to do five or ten years ago. the meantime so it was up to the Anders, Richard Bennett, Jr., "GYPSY LOVER"

87.817. In 1936-37 the total Most of the whittlers In those days, as well as the few still left, 4 H CLUBSREORGANIZED sheriff to start out again in searchof Ruby Holes, Don Covington, Ralph DUE NEXT WEEK

$24,372,600, and in 193 -36 whittled for the pure love of whittling.just plain old relaxation, and the whiskey. He followedCane' Darley, J. S. Eunice, Louis Frigo,

total was $23,159,542. let the shavings fall Where MARION REDDISHalwavs car tracks down the graded Ovid Futch Opal Peele. Jewell "Her Gypsy Lover," a rollicking

State sources provided 52 pert they may. Of course, there Four 4-H clubs were reorganized road past Lonnie Starling's place, Reddish, Patsy Lee Roberts O. comedy-drama will be enacted by

| of all revenue. Local county were a few who for 1939 last week by County and into Clay County. In a spot W. Sapp, David Shuford. Hazel local talent In the Wpman's Club

district sources available for I made paddles, w a t c b Agent, T. K. McClane. A total of where he could tell that the car Smith, and Marjorie Thompson.The auditorium Friday night, February -

port and maintenance o f I charms, and other doo-dads, fifty boys were enrolled In the had. been stopped, he, found the valedictory speech was made 24. -The' parts will be carriedout

ools provided 30 per cent of the but the vast majority just four clubs. Twenty enrolled in the liquor-four 10 gallon kegs and by Marjorie Thompson, and the by local tfttent and among

}nl.t\e\ Local revenue< for- debt I whittled. .- ,Brooker, Club; eleven at Starke; one 5-gallon Jug. -:hidden beside salutatory by Ovid Futch, Ralph those in the cast are Mrs. N. D.
was pr ent. Other
J. L. Harrert of Lawtey,, ten at Lawtey; nine at Hampton.Mr. the road, ,*? ,?*.* ,| 4 Darley presented a large American Wulnwrlght, Jr.. ])Irs. E. L. Wil-

rces including lessl federal funds still a whittier in good McClane feels that club Cane was released following the flag to the school aa a gift liams, Miss Ruth Sternberg, A Z.
vided than one cent of
total. per i standing belongs to the work will reach a new "high" dur- I posting $100 bond. from the graduating class. Adkins, Jr., and Charles render.

ing 1939. The boys are very interested --. Others will be added during this)
otal revenue for Bradford latter school those who i and very anxious to con- : -- FISH BARBECUE week's rehearsals.The .
schools and
unty school debt
like to "make something" tinue the good work they have CAR WRECKEDIN play will be the opening
vice was $135,765 in 1937-38 SOONT.
done In the The Brooker event of the Strawberry Festival
while enjoying this pleas past TOWNNo
$113,231'in 193637.STEPHEN .
: and clubs being sponsored by the Woman's
-- -. I ant pastime. And there are w4\\ Lawtey have Frank Landrum, chairman of
lots of little girls around already elected their officers who one was seriously Injured i the annual fish barbecue sponsoredby ; Club on Saturday, February 25.
FOSTER are as follows: : .
Monday morning ubout 10
Lawtey who are mighty the Young Democratic Club of :
WEEK glad Mr. Harrell feels that Hampton President, Wayne in a collision of two automobilesat Bradford County, predicted yesterday : DAY OF PRAYERTO

way about It, too, because Frederick; Vice-President, Theron the intersection of Call and that the attendance this BE HELDThe
n connection with a state-wide Collins; Secretary, Walden Wads- Cherry Streets A Plymouth,
lately he has taken to mak I year will be the largest ever to
ve to raise funds for a Florida worth Charles driven by Mrs. C. M. Davis of
ing doll furniture and doll ; Reporter, Parker. attend one of these event World Day of Prayer, which
mortal to Stephen Foster, com- and DO these Brooker President, Howard Moorhead, Miss., and occupied also '
The barbecue will be held bus become an annual observance
er of "Suwannee River," Dr. W. Douglass Vice President Robert by her husband and 14yearold -
young ladles get a thrill ; Thursday night, March 2, at the among Starke women, falls this
Middleton, mayor of Starke, ? Well Hargraves; Secretary, Fe I ton son, going south qn Cherry,
out of his whittling v Crystal Lake camp of N. D. Wainwright year on Friday, February 24 Following -
terday proclaimed the periodm Austin wall overturned on Its top whenit
ask of them the Gainey; Reporter, Kelley.
Just one Jr., president of the or- the custom of rotating
February 19 through 25 to hit the Smith wrecker
next time Mr. Harrell pres- Lawtey President, Burnell Garage ganization. Tickets will go on from church to church It will beheld
Stephen Foster Memorial Week. ents her with a neat little L1' Wilkerson; Vice President Marvin driven by Mrs. E. H. Smith, who sale several days in advance no' at St. Murks Episcopal, and
slmiliar proclamation, statee chair a nice ----IL Rosier Secretary, Buster Ben was going west on Call Street.
rocking or ; that the "chefs" will know approx- the women of all denominations
in effect,.has been made by dresser like the ones shown nett; Reporter, James Reddish. Mrs. Smith's automobile received imately how many to prepare for. are expected to participate. The

ernor'he Fred Cone surrounding him In the above pic- eased around In back of his tormenter only a broken light and bent fen Rev. Frank Dearing, rector of

memorial is being sponsoredthe ture taken on the steps of his struck a match and set 2 JAILED der, while the Davis car was a Old Tags Now TabooIt Holy Comforter Church at Crescent -
Florida Federation of fire to the fine-cut shavings. They complete wreck. Observers stated
sic home. is now Illegal to drive an auto- City, has consented to con
Clubs and will be in them blazed like powder and FOR Mrs. Davis fast, The
dry DISTURBANCETwo was driving
of a On the other hand, Marlon Red- up mobile with a 1938 license tag, duct the meditations.
lllon to large amphitheatre and dish, also of Lawtey is a memberof the Inconsiderate whittier gave Davis family was returning home the final extension made by Gov- Three principal services will be

the i be built on the banks the old school that believes in one yelp and ran from the store, young men, Senior Davis after a south Florida trip, and ernor Cone having expired Wednesday held as follows: at 10 a: m., especially -

ings.Suwannee River near White whittling Just to be a-whittling. completely broken of his annoying and Truman Harris, are serving Tuesday they purchased a new So far 848 passenger for the women folk; at 5

: several habit. 90 days each as the result of disturbing automobile tend continued their m., for the boys and girls; and
k. committee Mr. Reddish lost his car tags, 337 truck tags, and 29 p.
J. composed of Mrs weeks ago and has been seriously But taking it all in all, there is worship services Satur- Journey trailer tags' have been sold, makIng at 7:30 p. m., a family service, at

h. Ethel Davis Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I handicapped of late, but with no- something very American, very day night at a small Methodist a total of 1,214, Sales will which time it in hoped the men
Biggs. Mrs. L. A.Ova .
Mrs. thing better to do, and with ideal neighborly and very leisurely about :Church 'on Road 13 between Best Berries ContestA continue to be heavy for the next folk will be present
A. E. Wall, and
Starke and
"> Powell the weather conditions, he vows he whittling. Perhaps more of Lawtey. They are contest for the best pint of few days Tax Collector C. A. .
among leaders in It would do much to tone down :said to have brandished a pistol
slcal circles here : can get comfortable under. shade strawberries will close at noon Knight predicts. BABIESTO
waa appoint- and to have used
profane langu-
by Dr. tree in back of his house and the tempo of modem high-speed Saturday. February 25. It will DOa .
Middleton COMPETEA
to solicit I at stretch! living, and bring back the seren- age, frightening members of the
da for the of whittle three hours a feature of the Strawberry Festival Driving Exhibition
the Mem-
congregation from the church.
al> during the week beginning Red cedar, of course, is to a whittler ity and contentment of the simpler sponsored by the Woman's Col. Ray Hansel, dare-devil Baby Contest, sponsored' by

day. The public is "to what caviar Is to a debutante, days that used to be.BROOKER Both men pleaded guilty to two Club and to be held on Call St. driver, will thrill local spectatorswith the Little Women's Club under the
ke such financial contributions but good white pine does very of the four counts against them A month's pass to the Ritz an exhibition of leaps, and direction of Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs.

liberality and the belief in, well tor the ordinary run of whittling WINS and were sentenced to 90 days by Theatre will be awarded as first other stunts, demonstrating the J C. Wallace, and Mrs. E. L. Mat
Mr. Reddish says. Being a County Judge E. K. Ferryman. prize. Berries be brought to thews, members of the Starke
ngs cultural and beautiful will i imlt. AGAIN may 1939 Chevrolet, on the streets here
." t county school bus driver, he Is -. the contest booth at the festival Friday, February 24. His appear- Woman's Club, will be one of the

I shown here passing away a few Chalking up Its eleventh victoryof Distinguished Visitor grounds from 9:30: a. m. until ance Is sponsored by the Torode high lights of the Strawberry Festival

CCC idle moments until time to pilot the season, the Brooker Inde- Elliot W. Butts, Duval County noon. Chevrolet Co. to be held Saturday, Febru-

BOYS the Lawtey children back home. pendent basketball team defeated clerk of the circuit court, was a -.-- ary 25.All .

GET $30,780 again. Lake Butler in a fast and furious guest of the Rotary Club at Its WOKK SHEETS DUE {W. 11. Hicks Dies children from the age of two

'"ring the 18-month period from Whittling seems like a mighty game this week.In regular luncheon here Wednesday February 28 has been set at the Wiley B. Hicks, 57, of Plant through five years are eligible to

y 1, 1937 to December 31, 1939, harmless pastime, but it CAN a aeries of fourteen games so noon. He entertained members deadline for receiving work sheets I City, died In a Tampa hospital enter the conte t. The boy and
be-I I far this season. Brooker has won of girl receiving the largest number
with number the humorous
adford a
County CCC enrollees re- annoying at from farmers winning to partici- Saturday night He was a brotherof ,
come very of votes before the contest clones
and lost only
eleven stories for which he Is tam-
ved justly
an aggregate sum of $30- and under certain pate In the 1939 Soil Conservation Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh of
000, times All boys on the team are former ous.! The program was In chargeof (Saturday February, 25, at 7 p.
according to figures reeled as none other than J. B. program, and who were not Included Hampton and had lived at Waldo
stances, Gene I ) will be crowned king an queen
S. They are m.
B. H players W. B. Mundy.
this week before moving to Plant City.
by the State Wel- Rowe. Bradford County Jailor in the 1938 program. Ap-
Bob Long, Resale Colson, A of the carnival. Appropriate
e Board Long ---- I ;
In before be filed Immedi-
Jacksonville. The the days long plications
will testify. will be awarded the win-
I prizes
Brown Crosby
Artford ,
rage enrolled strength from I Mr. Rowe assumed his official and Ted Mac- High Winds ately at the county agent's office Lose Home by Fire :
>s Harmon Morgan
county was 57. duties here, be ran a combination A foretaste of March weatherwas Bradford County friends will regret ners.All contestants must be regIs-

Members h of the CCC receive I grocery and meat market' at graft The team has about fifteen experienced here Wednesday --. to learn that Mr. and Mm. tered at the Bradford County Tel-

nth compensation of $30 per Lawtey. A certain fellow (who games to play before the season morning with the highest wind HUNTING SEASON OVER 'C. F. Litchfield, now living In egraph, or with one of the followIng -

to and are required to remit shall be nameless here, out of respect comes to a close. velocity (34 miles an hour) In Although Wednesday was the 'I Alachua County, lost their home : Mrs. Ritch Mrs. Matthews

'or dependents at home for the dead) used to come --. three years. Heavy rains came last day of the quail hunting sea- and most of their possessions in or Mrs. Wallace at the State

te the same 18month'period, In every day, take the best chair Brings Money' later in the morning, followed bya ton few sportsmen were in the a fire that started from a roof Farm, by twelve o'clock at noon

enrollment averaged 5,135 : in the store, and start whittling Quilt I steady drop In temperature field In this section. High winds, blaze last Friday. Mrs. Litchfield Monday.

ng men who Jointly received I the finest lapful of shavings you The Ladles Auxiliary of the rain, and the fact that it was was slightly burned In trying to Ballot boxes will be found placed -

+7290000. I ever saw. When his white pine Townsend Club reports that Its'' Farley To SpeakN. generally been conceded to be a nave some of their belongings from at Carpenter's Drug Store, Can-
.. for Mr. first quilt brought a total
it came time season" were con- the house.
gave out, or "bad hunting ova's Drug Store, and at convenient -
Mrs. L. O. Jones was the D. Walnwrlght, Jr., Bradford
fel- of $12.
Attend.Meeting ; Rowe to close the store, this chairman of the Jackson tributing factors to the lack of In- ---. points at the State Farm and
his winner, but she let the club keep County
L. and give
Conner, chairman of then low would stand up the ac- the quilt for resale. A second Day celebration,is in receipt of a terest. Births In Lawtey.
dford County Board of County overalls a shake, dumping has been made and Is being message that James A. Farley, ----- Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Underbill, Contestants and their sponsorswill

ra lssioners., Commissioner R. cumulation of several hours clean right quilt shown through the week in Gas- cbatrman of the National Demo- Legal HolidayThe Heilbronn, boy February 9. be presented to the public

vvaadln. and County Attorney 'in the middle of the nice, sett's hardware store. Aprons and cratic Committee will make a Florida Dank at Starke will Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harden- at the play "Her Gypsy Lover"

F. Brown attended sessions of floor. Mr. Rowe stood It Just a-I{ cases are on sale at the Jackson Day radio address Satur- not be open for business on WashInlton' brook. Starke, boy February 14. which wilt be presented Friday
State Association : long as he could. One day pillow Mrs. Eddie Norman night February 24, In the c'.o' 1
of County bout I meetings every Monday night at day between 10 and 10:30: over a Birthday Wednesday, Mr. and ,
nmlssloners.In Jacksonville the I when the fellow had an especially |25c each. state-wide hookup. February 22, a l legal holiday Clay Hill(, boy, February 14. I, auditorium.
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V'-j vf SW nf SWM. S'j off represent unpaid
BOATDRAlN \VOODLAWN > SWV Section 17 Tp 7 S R yat 19.10 to 193' both Inclusive, :' Dorothy Kinlaw 1 I. plaintiff 11111.
and Unless
NW'4\ John H Klnlaw defendant; rrrtit
40 Arr. -". mi r" or \ amounting t.i, $17807
Z. Grlffls, Cor.Mr Mrs. Oscar Carter Cor .ontalnltnr Kinlaw are hereby requiredto redeemed accordingproperty ".
H'U BOY Mrs. Z. Said Part of ('.rtiti.ate ALSO: I Lot in NW Cor of WW of John H. March
embrace EVi of E'i of NW 0 SEVi of SEH" of NE>4 being 88 Ft. I appear In said cause on described ,",
County Telegraph old to the
of SWV4' W of I W 110 ft. N & S Sec. 28 Tp. 13, 1939. Bradford hIgher .
Leonard Johnson, SWV and All NE4 K 4 by '
and Mrs. )Ir. and Mrs. Wesley Hersey and I I" designated an. the newspaper court house door on
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Mrs. E. P. Johnson, and Miss Susie children of Jacksonville spent Sunday taming 46 Acres more oir 1.*.. The taxes'to be sold 406 are evidenced of 1932- In which one each this week order for shall four bepublished day which In 1 I.the the month eth. ,,'i.t

Johnson all of Raiford, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Bald Certificate No_ 230: embrace* by certificate Nos for the consecutive week prior to said return 19::19.
NEWS W of Blk 1 8 It3 W and E'* ofBik and represent unpaid taxes hand and Dated this
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis last % 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, date Witness my 18th Sub-
1 S. R. 4 W. In Temple official seal at Starke Bradford 1939. IL .
Sunday. Clarence Futch of Jacksonville Dlv. Section. tl Township 8 South, amounting to 6 128.41.. 7 of Blk 2 Temple County Florida this 3rd day of Feb- OFFICIAL SEAL) \

FATHER AND SOX BANQUET A large number from this sec i spent part of last week here with more Range or 23 1.E..,. containing 10 Acre, Addition ALSOLot to Stark* Sec. 28 Tp. 8 S. ruary(OFFICIAL, A. D. SEAL 1931. ) A..J. Thomas, Clerk County of, Florida.Circuit Cou .

WAS AN ENJOYABLE EVENT tion attended church at Beulah relatives. Said Certificate No. 42S. embrace B.The 21 *taxes to be sold are evidenced A.* Clerk of said Circuit Court. if
$ last night. Lot 3 of Blk *0 Urlnfston. Trubjr Certificate No. 1182 of 1933.: : Knight .& Knight Starke. Florida, NOTICE 0.
Friday Mrs. Jim Hersey of Jacksonville by J-J.O 4t 3-3 APPI.IC'\TIO
.* Co Addition to Starke. In W4\ and represent unpaid taxes for the Attorney for plaintiff. TAX ,
At the wund of the Rotary Club Lonnie Tyre of Florahome was spent the week-end here with of NEK, Sec Sft Tp. S S. R. X2 E. year 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive, (*>..,. IIE.O!

gong in the Woman's Club buildIng visiting friends here Monday.Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Tb.under assessment said certificate of the said No.property 41 amounting to 8703. Sec. 33 Tp. NOTICE OF' 9ALR' OF TAX NOTICE IS! 'HEREBY''Iq
ALSO: SWV, of NWVi CERTIFICATE That Mr. Beulah c-
Friday night at 6:30: o'clock and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis had Norman. wa. in the name of M. J. of Hunalker certificate -; 6 S R. 21 E.. 40 Acre. Notice: 1* hereby given that L. H. Tax Certificate Nunb Kelh r.'lit'l' '

the "Father and Son" Banquet as week-end guests W. A. Brownof Misses Lois and Alma Johns of the assessment No. 91 wa of In a part the name of I The taxes to be No old. 81 are and evidenced ails of- Futch has filed with me written request lively. .->tha of :35g is.u" !,!, <*&
by certificate tax certificate together 8. 1931 and 857 4l!
got under way with a bang. The Orlando and J[rs. Ida Sweat of Jacksonville spent the weekendhere M. Truby; the assessment of said 1929 and 1*33 respectively, and represent that with the all subsequent omittedor 1931, has filed same laaurd,
tables, decorated by Mrs. O. I.t .. Sandy Lane. Mr. Brown was accompanied with their parents E. C. and certificate of Charles No.E. Brook 330 wa and In the the name assessment unpaid taxes, for the year levied taxes, held by the State be and has made .PPUcallonJl1, "
1928 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountlnALsV71W3 the highest deed be *
?. sold to to
t Haynes, Mm. W. N. North. Mm home by his wife and P. B. Johns. of said certificate No. 4ZS advertise and provided by certificates Is..uedh..r.. '"
cash a* ,
E. K. Perryman. Mrs. George children who have been spending Mrs. J. S. Norman and Mrs. was In.. the name of Chas B. Armstrong .0 ft of Lot 4 of Blk 4. Chapter bidder for 1829 of the 1937 act of the following described. o'"*'
Dew were Town of Lawtey W of Ry Sec. 21 the Legislature upon the following in th. County of rop,
and Mrs. Wade Cask ins were visiting Mrs. be Bradford
Flynn some time here. I Unless said certificate shall Tp.58.aUE. described real estate In the Countyof Florida. 81..
beautifully arranged in a "U" and Grace Norman at Lawtey Wed redeemed according to law, the The taxes, to be sold are evidenced Bradford, State of Florida to- Said 4-9th* of
laden with jonqullls. Jasmine, properties described therein will be by' certificate No. 68) of 1933, wit IS8, embrace Lot 2 C.rurlc"l, 5 '
were FARMMrs. nesday. bidder at the taxes for the I 4 I
SUNNY BROOK old to the highest and represent unpaid Nl of 11 Temples Addition *
p and fern. Place cards were arranged Mr. and Mrs. Money Thompsonand Court house door on the first Mon- year 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, SVi of NWVi of NWVi 27 6 NEii of NWM! and i 'Sta t'2.
Sec. Tp.
of NWV4 .
R. Crosby. Cor.Mr. In the Month of March 1939, to $97.09. N% of SWVi\
Floyd day
the amounting W
bearing NKH of Ry and .
; each plate NE ,
u at children of Dukes spent the which I II the 8th.. day of March, A. Said tax, certificate together with S. R. 22 E. 30 Acres. NW Sec 28 :o or'of
picture of a Boy Scout and showIng week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.S. D 1939. all subsequent omitted or Levied The taxes, to be old are 289 evidenced and I Bald %Certificate Tp No II s R 21"!

1 the colors of Troop 70. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Dated this 8th. day of FebruaryA. taxes, will be sold to the highest by certificate Nos. Lot 11. 12 of Blk. 157 Ian
H. and 1933 11.
Thompson. 821 of 1932
D 1939OFFICIAL. bidder the Courthouse door In
of New River and Mr. and at respectively,1, dltlon to Stark In
family t. Nand ):"
At the speakers table sat the Ilellbronn Sunday SchoolA ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Starke on the 24th day of February and represent unpaid part of W,{, of NE'Cnt'and \
J, Mrs. Colonel Crosby of Brookerwere Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 1939. at 11:00 o'clock A. M yearn 1931 to 1939 U
RobInson { NE Cor of t\wi!
Frank -
l Scoutmaster the Rev. visiting Mrs. Evelyn Crosbylast Sunday School has been organized 1 County Florida. 2-10 4t 3-3 Dated this the 4th day of Feb amounting to $105 S. I 28 Tp. 6 S. 1122 SEVi E > *

4 who acted as toastmaster, at the Hellbronn Baptist I, ruary, 1939.OFFICIAL. ALSO: SV4 of SEVi of SE4 Sec. The assessment of
Sunday. NOTICR' OF \1.1 OF TAXcFRTIFICATES ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas 30 Tp. 5. S. R 21 E.. to Acre th i.u
Assistant Scoutmaster, Church and will be held erty under said 4-9Ih, .
the Junior every BradfordCounty old evid- .?
be are
; Clerk of Circuit Court of The taxes to
the Chairman Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns of 3 that Mr. 2-24 I No.. 104 and No. 356 wa in the name 1
Frank Robinson Ill; Sunday afternoon at o'clock. Notice I* hereby given Florida. 2-10 It enced by certificate known; the Aesessmen'property ,S
L Committee Dr. M. B. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. service Is held Thursday Vonda. Inman hall filed with me 292 of 1931 and 1933 under said P jf
; k. j ; of the Troop Prayer every written request that the tax certificates and represent unpaid respectively,1, rtlfir.,.!>
ill Herlong, the Senior Patrol Leader, Floyd Crosby Monday night. night at 7:30 o'clock.HAMPTON. together with all subsequent NOTICE Hoard :of TO Bond DhiDKRSThe Trustee of year 1930 to 1939.! both Inclusive, Julddon.357 was In the name )r to

I fines: Hayes the Junior Assistant Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelley were omitted or levied taxes held sold by the the I Bradford County: Florida will receive amounting to $3406- I Unless said certificate, ,k,,|
State M advertised ana to bids until 10 o'clock a. m. ALSO: NEVi of NEV8 or NEVi Sec.St. redeemed according ", f
Mike Dew Jacksonville ,
Senior Patrol Leader, visiting In recently. highest bidder for cash a. providedby that timeto It E 10 Acre I
?1il : March 13th. 1939. and at Tp. 68. R. properties described herein. !
4 nd the Mayor of Starke, Dr. W. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Dunkleyand Chapter 1929t of th. 1937 act I be publicly opened at the City The taxes, to be old are evidenced I old to the highest bldd.ri

11 Middleton. Other guests pre. Mra. Mable Denmark of Jack Mists. Ada Inn-no, Correspondent of the Legislature. real, upon estate the follow In the ''I Hall In the City of Starke. Florida, by certificate No*. 105 and 295 Court-house door on the firm J
1i ing described for one l%'ton truck chassis with I of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and day in the Month of Marrtl
bent were Scouts George Flynn sonville were visiting Mrs. Evelyn County of Hradtord, State of FlorIda cab and dual wheel Each bidder I represent unpaid tales, for the year whirl I I. the 6th., day >r blUt,
Arch Thomas Jr. Henry Guy of Gainesville has to-wit: must describe fully the truck on I I 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- I *"*. 1939.
Haynes Crosby Saturday. of SE"4, Sec. 21 Tp.
M onny SYVH! of SElf i
which he bids this
been spending several days with I ing to 19.15. Dated 16th., day tt
Leonard Smith Jr., J. E. Den Mrs Evelyn Crosby Is ill at this 68. R. 22 E., 10 Acres.The Each bidder will be expected, to.cc..pt I ALSO: Lot 8. 7 Blk 27 Livingston I A. D. 1939.I .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. taxes to be sold are evidenced trade one used Ford truck I Truby .ft Co. Add to Starke Sec. 28TP OFFICIAL SEAL
Freeman Register Edgar a. I I I ) A.CI..rk J.
mark No. 42< of 1930.
We wish her
writing. a speedy certificate
and one used Chevrolet truck now I I 6 S. R. 22 B, I of Circuit Court jf
Wilkinson, Charles Jones Billy recovery. Guy.Those and represent unpaid taxes for the belonging to the Board of Bond I The taxes to be sold are evidenced I County, Florida. lZIJTI1ST
who the year 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, 146 and 1124
William Baker graduatefrom\ Trustees. I by certificate No. I
H Lee Jack Halle Forrest Crosby who baa spent amounting to '''3,:IS. The Board reserves the right to I of 1931 and 1933 respectively, and
I '
School here
this week TillS CIRCUIT
High 21
Buck McMillan Buddy Davis, Albert ALSO: SV4 of SEW, of SE-4 Sec. reject any or all bid.. represent unpaid taxes, for the year I COURT or
the past three months In Hampton are: Miss Juanlta Kalch. Miss Tp. 8 S R. 22 E, : 0 Acien.The I amounting RIOIITH JUDICIAL) flHCni
Harrell Ordered In regular session of the I 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive,
r Earl Thornton Bryan ,
w ; Hold evidenced THE STATE OK PI. ,
taxes to be are Oil
l Roads. Virginia, In a Naval Margaret Green, Miss Clarabelle No. 283 and IOU aid Board thin the 6th day of February I to $47.05. AM FOrt HR40FOHD I0i
Comer Ferryman by certificate |
Cheater McKinney
A. O., 1939 I ALSO Blk 30 Ex Lot 3 LivingstOnTruby I
a while here last 1V CHANCERY!
Academy spent andrepresent
: ,
of 1929 and 1933 respectively
and Sonny Peek. Fathers present Geiger, Dorothy Johnson taxes for the year A. A. Durden Chairman & Co' Add. to Starke. Sec. I IN THE MATTER OF .
week with relatives. unpaid ATTEST: C. A. Futch. Secretary. 28 Tp. Ii S.R.22B..
f' fl were: Mr. Robinson. A. J. Miss Claudlebelle Brown Miss 192S to 1939, both Inclusive, amounting 2-10 St '-10 I The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I THE ADOPTION OF'
Agnes KIng Miss Dora Mae Wynn. to S4?.43. 483 and 1127 I I SHIRLEY CASTLE.
K. Nos.
), L1 Thomas Freeman Register, K. of NW4 of NEVt by certificate BERRY ,
ALSO: E 8 Acres respectively and
of 1930 and
Perryman. E. W. Hayes W. E. Lawton Youngblood. Wayne Fred S of Public road Sec. 27 Tp. 6 B.: It. NOTICE] OP APPI.ICATIOV FOR represent. unpaid taxes for the years I NOTICETO

Thornton, L. O. Jones, W. N. MIllS Vetma Norman Cor. erick Wllllard Wynn Theron Collins 22 E, S Acre TAX DKKUSenate : 1929 to 1919. both Inclusive, amount- I WHOM IT MAY CONCEIt\\
The taxes, to be sold are evidenced ( Bill No. 15.1)< YOU WILL. PLEASE
North, Tracy Baker, V{ B. Har Thomas Trlest. Frederick by certificate No*. 438 and 355 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ing ALSO to 48.0.: Lots I, 3, 12. 13, 14 of Blk I I I TICE That on Monday TAKE tht f

), yell A. T. Wilkinson, Frank W. Misses Irene and Iris Sapp were Watterson, and Alvin Wynn. of i*IIO---nd-19a5: respectively, ..ndr.pre..nt That Coney Fote holder of Tax SI Livingston. Truby & Co' Addition -I I day of February A. D II itI !j
Judge H. L. unpaid taxes for the years Certificate No. 482, Issued the Snd, to Starke Section 28 Tp. 6 S. K I 10:00: o'clock In the forenooi
Lee; brothers and Invited guestsof visiting Velma Norman Tuesday Sebrlng of 1929 to 1859 both Inclusive, amounting day of September A. I). 1935. has 23 E. soon thereafter a* the samei

the boys were Jimmy Peek, afternoon.Mr. will deliver the commencement to $72.02.ALSO I filed came in my office and has The'taxes to be sold are evidenced I heard the undersigned "
W 5 Acre of NWV. of I made for tax deed .
: application a Lynn Parker and wife
484 and 1128 ,
address certificate Nos. VhUnier
Billy Powell, and the Rev. W. T. and Mrs. Eugene Ellis and at the exercises to NE% M of Public road Sec. 27 Tp. ( Ito be Issued thereon. of by 1930 and 1933. respectively. and will present to the Hnnon.'
be held Friday night at 8 clock S. R. 2! srn:.. 5 Acrea.The I .
McGuire. little son of Worthington Springswere Said certificate embrace the following represent unpaid taxes for the I Z. Adklna, one of the Judgeit
In the school aditorlum. taxes to be sold are evidenced -I described property In the year 1929 to 19J9 both Inclusive, I above styled Court, at bin off?
1r. Members of the Troop Committee visiting relatives here Fri by certificate Nos. 437 and 1057 County of Bradford State of Florida amounting to $22(9 I the Court House In the T

present were Dr. M. B. day. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stringer of of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and to-wit: ALSO: SEVi of SWVi Sec. 23 Tp. I Starke, Florida, a petition )pr
: High Springs were guests undayof represent unpaid taxes for the year Lots 1. t, 3, 7. 8. 9. 10, dS SID of 8 S R. 22 E, 40 Acres. I for an Order authorizing thtJ
Herlong, Chairman; E. L. Mat: Barney Anders of Ralford was Mrs. Eliza Hall 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amountIng NVj of NK14\ of NWVi-8 3A.., The taxes to be sold are evidenced -I tlon of Shirley. Cantlvberry t lil,
thews, Joe Wilson and L. A. visiting Levy Norman Saturday. and Miss Geraldine to $63.20.ALSO of SWV4 of Section 29 Township 7 South Range by certificate Nos. 680 and 1634 said Lonnie Lynn Parke. anil
Hall. : JIof! NEH 22 East, containing 9 Acres, more or of 1930: and 1933 respectively and Vivian Parker, and further pt|
Davis. Members of the Committee Misses Iris and Irene NE & 3 Acres In NW Cor. of SEV* represent unpaid taxes for the year the Court to change the m{
Sapp were Mrs. E. C. Smith of less.The
Center Hill .1. of N E'4 Sec. 27 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., .
on Merit Badges present were T. assessment of the said property 1929 to 1419: both inclusive amount- Shirley Ca.tleberry to Sliirity j
i visiting Mfea Edith Holllngsworth was here last 8 Acre .
visiting week-end. I under the said certificate Issued Ing to $120.89.ALSO er
4 K. 1cClane, Lacy C. Conway, V. Sunday afternoon. Henry Guy of Gainesville has I The taxes certificate to be NOD.Mold 438 are and evidenced lOllS-| was In the name of Mack Johnson : Lot 7 of Blk 1 Livingston LONNIE I.YNPARK': !
B. Harrell and E. L. Williams. by Truby & Co's Add to Starke bee. 28 I VIVIAN PARKER
; Samuel Renfroe was the guestof been spending several days with of 11(30 and 19.11 respectively andI'.pre..nt Unless: said certificate shall he redeemed I Tp.614.1L22B., I '.21 I 11

; A delicious meal consisting of Milton and Euston Norman his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. yeais 1929 unpaid to 1931.! taxes both Inclusive for the, according to law, the property .1 The taxes to be sold are evidenced I

) roast beef, roast pork, cole slaw, Sunday. Guy. amounting to $39.81, to the described highest therein bidder at will the be courthouse sold of 1930 by certificate and 11)13 No respectively. 46 8 and 1099 and I NOTICE OF ..'PPL ict'noii

mashed potatoes string beans ALSO: NEV 4 of SEV4 & NEof door the first 1111 TAX 11:11:
: on Monday for
represent unpaid taxes the
Levy Norman was a visitor in NWVt dec.! :.18 Tp. S S. R 22 E., 80 the month of March. 1939. which In years I (Senate nil :\a. 1631NOTll'E
1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng -
carrot sticks, hot rolls, butter and I ,
t 1 Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. GRAHAM the 6th. dty of March, 1939. I to tii 97Said ,
The taxes, to .be Hold are eveldenced That A. Annis
homemade pies, chocolate milk Dated this 8th of A. holdei t' Till
day certificated
February tax togelh.rwith
and Mrs. H. L. Norman and Mrs, L. O. Smith, Cor. by certificate Nos 684 1338, and 1931OFFICIAL. all subsequent omitted levied I tlflcate No. 255, Issued. th- MI
and coffee served In
plate style 445 of 1930 1933 and 193S: re..p..ct.IvelY. of July A. D. 1914 hat filed I
4 ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas taxed will be told to the highest
family attended church servicesat and represent unpaid taxes I In office and has made I
adequately met the appetites of rierk of Circuit Court of Bradford bidder at the Courthouse door In my if
the men and boy. The following Ever Green Saturday night. Rejoice Over New School for the, years amounting 1929 to to 1919$139.4t both. Inclusive County, Florida. 2-10 4t 3-3 atai'ke on th. I7th, day of February tion thereon.for a tax deed tc be> ii
t of Graham still
are rejoicing A. D 1939 at 11:00 o'clock A. M.Dated .
I business establishments contributed A large- crowd attended the AISOLntH 6. H Blk 22 original \OTICK Said certificate embrace I tbl
over a message from Wash Town of :altaikw In NIt, of SVVV this the 28th. day of January Irl
ed food for the banquet: Odom'sMarket party at Miss Muriel Cason's Fri TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: A. D 1919 lowing deserlbed property.
ington, D. C., last week stating Sec 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E. Notice IN hereby given to all (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas, County of Bradford ,stai r
Edwards S. R. day night. The taxes to be Mold are evidenced to-wit
Market. :
creditors and claimants of thestate
that our new school house WPA Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
461 and 1083 .
certificate NOH
Johns Tlp Top Grocery J. W. by of Cyrus F. Hoover, deceased., County Florida.. 2-3 3t 217OIUH Northeast Quartet I0"
Miss Eunice Snowden visit and
was of 1930 and 1933 respectively
project has been approved. We to file your claims with County 1 Quarter of Southeast! Quirtetl!
White & Son, Seybold Bakery ing in LaCrosse Sunday.F. I are now looking forward represent unpaid taxes for the I J ml He. E K. Perrymun within North Half of Northeast QurSOllth..a"t
Matthews with years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, eight months from the first publication \ OF \PPI.ir\TIO-V FORT Quarter "S-ei' ,':. 'i""I
; Darby Grocery. Dairy M. Norman, R M. Alvarez pride to when the actual work will amounting to $16365. of this notice or your claim .\\ DEED" : ship 5 South. RangE 1'; Cart.1::
,, Mrs. Steve Weldon furnished the and H. L. Norman were In Gainesville begin on the construction of the ALSO. Bel(. fio ft. S of NR Cor. will be barred by statute and un- (* -nn<. mil :'II.>. inaNOTICE > taming 30 Acres more '>"|
of Blk 29 As extended on Ensey ,
Mrs. collectable against said estate. This IS HEREBY lIVEN: The assessments of th tadf
.I vegetables. Titus Olson of on business Friday. $ .OOO building.It map and run S 91 ft, W 80 ft, N 91 the loth day of February. A. D. That Nelson B. Blocker holder ofTnr I erty under the caM \I' ,ilIn
; the Orange Blossom Cafe cooked Miss Irene Is believed here ft. E 80 ft to beg. Original Town oftark. 1939. Certificate No. 91, Issued the I I the name of Blai..k.har I
Sapp was visiting that the taxpaying
t the meats other foodn In NE4 of HW'/i Sec. 28 Tp. Catherine Delia Hoover 6th. day of August A. D. 1928, has Co.
,. ; were prepared Miss Velma Norman ;Monday voters of Precinct No. 4 6 S. R. 22 E AH Admlnlntinli, of oalato of I'yrus. filed same In my office and has I Unless said certlflcnn" cb I
and contributed by the night win stand firmly and vote against The taxes to be sold are evidenced .'. Hoover di.tta"'ed. 2-10 4t 3-3 made application for a tax deed to redeemed according, la*
Scout mothers. by certificate NOH. 333 and 3(14 be Issued thereon. Said certificate I property described th <
.- any move to consolidate or annex of 1931 and 1934 respectively, and embraces the following describedproperty 'I Hold to the highest bidder

Talks on Scouting were given by the Graham school with the represent unpaid taxes for the years I (>ltlt OP Pt .Ht.IC'rIOYYO. : In the County of Brad fold. court house door on thi 'iritf
4 PINE LEVEL Starke 19.10 to I'llt! both Inclusive, amountIng I .XHIIF. TO .,. .: ,1&. state of Florida, to-wit: I'I day In the month of Marcil
; Mr. Thomas Dr. Herlong, Mr. school, and they earnestly appealto to )211.13. I The State of Florida to John H. Lot Two or 5 Acres In Northeast. I I which I I. the 6th. day if.
1 \Mrs. II. BL aicRac
; Nasworthy and Mr. Robinson. Dr. Correspondes"The the best people of Starke to ALSO. i.<>ts e, 8 fOr nik 3i1.J !M Kin law: Quarter of Northeast Quarter Section I I 2939.
cooperate Johns Addition to Starke In SEVi of You are notified that bill of complaint 1 Township & South, Range 22 : tinted this 24th day .t' J'l
'y Mlddleton spoke a few words of farmers here with them and oppose any SWij Sec 28 Tp. 6 S R. 22 E. for dl\oice and custody of Clast, containing 5 Acre, more or 1939
are busy The taxes to be sold are evidenced children, and due affidavit for this .
welcome to the Scouts In his official i consolidation effort. I less (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. Tff
gathering the strawberries and bv certificate :"Son a'.11 t- .d 'I order has been filed In circuit courtof I The assessment. of the said property Clerk of Circuit Court >1 B"
capacity as Mayor. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Frazier of 1931 and 1934 respectively and Bradford ;
i getting ready for the other spring I of County Florida In under the said ceitlficute U- County, Florida. '.27 ,

Demonstrations of different Chicago arrived last week and
of spent several days with his
phases Scouting were given by Mr. and Mrs. Bishop! Thomas brother -
and members of and sister-in-law Mr. and
Sonny Hayneit Woodrow Mrs.
and Thomas all of La-
the Bat Patrol; First Aid by Arch C. J. Frazier. They are now 'f "Ir6
Crosse attended Sunday School at ,t
,. Thomas and members of the Panther Pine Level Sunday afternoon. touring South Florida and will return

Mike for the home In March.Mr. .
Patrol. Dew
Miss Doris Goodge spent Friday lliiiiiwv I
assisted Elbert and Mrs. Clarence Melton
Mohican Patrol by night with her cousIn Miss Irene of .25c

J Earl Thornton; Leonard Smith and Goodge at Starke.J. Starke attended Sunday School .

; Wolf Patrol and and visited relatives here t
members of the ; J. Brannen and daughter Sunday. ; na
OT1L8E. .
) III Enos Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith .
Frank Koblnson, ; Hayes, of '
r Mrs. Bulah Prescott and children lET ,
Voldosta, Georgia, J ?r .t.4,
Mike Dew, demonstrated signal- spent Thurs -
and Mrs. Willis Dyal, all of Sampson k
day night with his brother and .
Ing.The City, spent Sunday with Mr. 1 .s z ,, (
sister-in-law Mr. and '
Mrs. L. '
Meeting was closed by singing and Mrs. Jack Goodge. Smith. fr
They will visit In St.
one verse of America and the Mrs. Eva McMillan and children estlne before Aug- 1 t ,
returning home.
; Scout Benediction. of Starke spent part of last
.'8 's
4 ; Sunday night at 7:30: in the week with her son-in-law and LONG : I1

; t Methodist Church a "Court of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. BRIDGE t4 ; / ,,.

., Honor" was conducted by Mr. Jackson before leaving for their !Mlw Bonnie. Turner, Cor. '. .o., tI. .. '- tt' co4t\: I

M. G. Boswell Executive of the new home at DeLand.Mr. -

North Florida Area. At this time and Mrs. L. E. Hallwanger, Birthday Party o ; ''

.( the following awards were made and daughter, Marie of Jacksonville A number of friends attended \ I is a I ",' '- ;t '

Merit Badges to Life Scout Frank were visiting at H. M. Mc- the birthday party Friday nightat .4" ', .s t '
Robinson Ill; 1st Class Arch Rae's Sunday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Y. .P. 'I
_ _
_ Thomas, Jr; 1st Class Leonard Misses Irene Prescott and Etta Moody In honor of their daughter ot iV ,

1M Smith; 1st Class Mike Dew; 1st Fae Dyal of Sampson City were Melba. Many games were playedand 1

_ : Class George Flynn and 1st Class dinner guests of Miss Audry and refreshments were enjoyed 'c : i / C ,' "

_ Ith Enos Hayes. 2nYl Class Awards Vesta McRae Sunday.Mrs. Melba friends left her reporting _

were presented to Bryan Harrell O. R. Alvarez and childrenof a good time and wishing her many /

and Lester McMillan. 1st Class Vanderbilt were visiting Mrs. happy birthdays.Mr. ;: ;

Awards were presented to Comer H. M. McRae Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Roan Turner and C

Perryman, Buddy Davis, and Son H. M. McRae was visiting his daughter, Bonnie, were visiting I o'

ny Haynes. Star Award was pre- brother E. J. McRae at Waldo Sheriff and Mrs. A. O. Andreu in ', "C '
: sented to Scout Arch Thomas Jr., Saturday. Starke Saturday night. I 't

and a two year attendance merit Mrs Arle Browning and children Miss Annie Thomas and Miss -

L_ pin was awarded Scout Robinson. spent Saturday night and Sundayat ; Pansy Thomas of Johnston were I 1. -

y, A Tenderfoot card 'was presented Sampson City with her children the dinner guests of Miss Doris

to Sonny Peek. Mr. Boswell made Mr. and Mrs. Wtllard Brown- : Sapp Sunday.

an excellent address on the general Ing and Mr and Mrs. Pete Dyal. Wilbur Turner was visiting Bobby '

subject of Scouting. Mrs. Urlttan Alvarez waa visitIng Quinn of Starke Saturday'' Buy a six-bottle carton /

the bedside of her mother Mrs. afternoon. ,

,; A REAL LINIMENTFor Evelyn Crosby in the Rising section Everett Renfroe spent the

Friday. end at his home In Ft WP.ek-1 with your groceries '

fifty years Ballard'i Snow Liniment Mra. R. R. Crosby was visitingher visiting his father B. F.
ha been the favorite for th
easing parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his
muscle made sore by over-work or toe
much exertion, strains, ipraint am mondson at Theressa Saturday. regular appointment this week- A six-bottle carton of Coca-Cola brings home the .

bruise. Get a 30c or 60c bottle ant Remember Services at Pine end at Long Bridge. ,

keep it bandy Level Saturday night and Sunday pause that refreshes for all the family. Pure, '
CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE TAX EKn FOIL 9 wholesome; delicious. Coca-Cola ,
(>...<. Dill 'N.. IU belongs on 1
.i That F. M. Packham: holder of Tax your shopping list. Get a carton today.

BOREE FUNERAL HOME Certificates Numbered rep.ctIyIy. .
41 liuued September I. 11138. a partof .
Foil line of Caskets ft Undertakers SuppUee 91 Issued September. 4. 19\1. 330

: AMBULANCE StRRVIOKDAY :September Issued. July 5.f.191 1934!. ha and. filed 428 Issued same STARKE COCA COLA

,, AND NIGHT In my office and baa mad. applica BOTTLING CO.
5S PHONE-3: tion for tax deed. to be Issued therein .

_ O. II. BENNETT Mrr.| embrace. Said the certificate following-* respectively described

__ "A HOME-LIKE properties In the County of Brad
_ Il"STITUTIOW'I ford. State of Florida.

Said Certificate No. 41, embrace.


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: Snoop 'N PeepI NEW BUILDING The Music Man Says --- SENIOR PLAY Meet The Seniors ATHLETIC FIELDIS
want to compliment the Sen- BEING BUILT
Well, well, who'd ever think SIDNEY GKIFFIS
[ A. Z. ADKINS Edlto.- JR.Auls'tant -ChlefR iors for having such good actors SHRUBBERYPrimary Paul Whiteman would venture BIG SUCCESSCapacity On October 18, 1918, in Starke
and actresses. The New II. II. B. Will
play surely /
down into the sticks? Referring, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Griffin were

I I Frank eporteretDavis Robinson Arch was good, Seniors. Teacher Sponsor of course to the Whiteman con- Crowd Wltnrasoe happy to find in their home a lit- Measure coo IJy 420

L. Jr.T Emmet Perryman.PMa' The Juniors are getting very Luncheon To Raise cert down In Gainesville lost Fri- "Sweet Sixteen" In tle baby boy. This little boy be- Feet

Smith, Mary Edwards excited. They are making plans Needed Funds day afternoon.At Auditorium came known as Sidney.
Salts Clara Flumsrrhs., I for the Junior-Senior Banquet.We hundred The latest and greatest additionto
least two people
and Sidney spent most of his early
are very glad to see Rena Week before last all the teachers from out of Gainesville came to Some who didn't see' the senior life in Starke and when he reached Bradford Is a new developmentto
B. II. S. STAFF FOIl Mae Cutahaw back visiting B. H. be welcomed by those who like
in the to
primary building spon- witness the performance and play last Friday night are wonderIng the of he started ito s
FEBRUARYlitorlnchief S., last week. Come back to see sored luncheon for the first time in the flesh age seven on to play baseball, football, etc., like
a purposeof see, for the how It turned out. With a director the long road to education In the
us, Rena Mae. raising funds for a sidewalk "the dean of modern American like May Blossom, a story Bradford School see It played enjoying teeing
Jean Davla.Iketball Marian and Clara were seen together front south side of the entire there County at others enjoy themselves, and who
( ) new music. The crew was with as many human angles as He remained in the Starke
L .H. Harper.trol like to sit in the and
in Brooker unday. These building. Last week the construc- and the girl vocalist Joan Ed- "Sweet Sixteen," and such a fine School until he In the fifth grandstand

Frank Robinson. two girls sure like to go to Brooker tion was completed, and a grand wards, wait given a run for her bunch of seniors to choose from, grade and then his was movedto cheer for their side. For before
touts, Arch Thomas. a lot; Ballgames, Baccalaureate, new walk-broad In width, long- money by the University boys. there could be only one truthful Plant and after long that !la precisely what the
Clara Mae Harley.er ,. City he had of Starke will be enabledto
kgraphy, Sermons and etc. lasting in edurance-!is another representation -: She gave six encores! answer-Colossal, The full house completed the fifth people

Contributors! : Those girls In the play Friday of the results brought, A thrilling character Is our own that saw It sat through an Hour moved back to Starke.grade they do, for the simple reason thata

nits Barefoot, Estelle Aus- night surely looked nice in their by the industrious.The I May Blossom, who directed "Sweet of a performance which brought large area of land la now slowlybut
Grace Dew, Margaret Pearce, evening dresses. Sidney Is about 5 feet 6 Inches definitely taking shape of a
: whose musical and and
P.-T. A., responsible for no Sixteen, and alternating laughs pitying expressions -
Dowling, Odessa Kelley, Johnnie In height and weighs about 120 magnlficlent 400 by 420 foot ath-
an you surely were goodin many beneficial activities, is at I dramatic career has establishedher all mounting up to one
Dowllng. the pounds. He has black hair, grey letic field which will Include
play, they wouldn't let
it again for they've made it name firmly In our memory. word representing one of the
you talk long enough. sible for shrubbery to be planted pos- Oh, oh, how many you kids know things most searched for by every- eyes, and fair complexion game from football to leapfrog,

EDITORIAL John you were a heart throb in surrounding the Primary building, that Benny Goodman la a good, body-enjoyment. Those whodidn't lie likes basketball, swimming, the completion' of which will findIt
the play.of hunting, and fishing. His one aim' fully equipped with electric
and are having flowers planted in crooner? Heretofore they'd only venture out may count
THIS AND THAT between the shrubbery. been able to get about eight words themselves in the sad situation of at the beginning of this year was lights for night playing, and

king love is like making pies the community, some districts All labor is being furnished by at a time out of Benny but about i having missed too much for their to play on the basketball team and bleachers for 300 people. The

if needs a lot of crust and having three-month terms while the N. Y. A. three weeks ago the Ice began to.. own good. You 'stayathomes"have help the Tornadoes win. He has ground Is being stumped, graded

of applesauce.y and been true to titles done Just that. and leveled, sodded with grass,
? others in this same state were break good proper. Maybe I your once
should anyone care onside having school terms of 9 months Jokes Johnny Mercer newly acquired on. too often-you really missed some- Sidneys dislikes are spelling and and bamboo will be planted to forma

j his bread is buttered, in length. The school having bet- the Tuesday night Camel Caravan, thing this time! conceited people Ills ambition Is solid wall of foliage surrounding

he eats both sides anyway ter financial support was equip- Girl: (to druggist) "Could you held the hammer that did the job. The seniors may not know it, to become a traveling salesman the entire area.
Jjy" one thing travels faster established but theIr when he has his With the athletic field a reality
ped with better trained teachers fix me a dose of castor oil so the I'm of the definitely play was above par to completed high ,
i to the feminine mind, Is the extent that few In school He is of Starke will be among the
light and physical needs. Both types oil won't taste?" opinion that Bunny Berigan the historyof career. one the I many
fhat is a run In her stocking.out promoted and graduated Its stu- Druggist: "Certainly. Won't you without the least doubt, the great B. II. S. have been able to come seniors of the class of 193839. communities that have a real field.It .

all that man bas learned dents. have a soda while you wait?" est trumpet player alive in the up to Its equal And It la much Is being worked with the helpof

e past 25 years is how to go Girl "Thank world today. And he, incidentally indeed that they owe to May Blos- ALMA 1IUlUUIJ1EOn : the N. Y. A., and will not provea
What chance had the productof : you. (Drinks
jr, work less, spend more, and ;' the poor schools in competitionwith soda) also is going to be In Gaines som; to her goes full credit for June 7, 1920. a pretty blue- financial burden to any organization

Wicker.I ville soon. the unusually good acting which eyed girl with brown hair was In Starke.
that of the better school It "
all dogs, the hot dog is the I Druggist: "Something else? This week's notable song is made the story.Funniest born to Mr. and Mrs A. F. Murr- So when you ride by the school
I may be truthfully stated that this Girl: "No just the castor oil."
|stIt never bites the hand Artie Shaw's magnlficlent arrangement move: Carlson, a so- hee in Charleston, South Carolina. house and lee a tractor slowly
feeds It, but always feeds I' difference in schooling opportunities Druggist: "You Just drank it." I of the breath-taking "Begin ph le located director (Jimmy Sew- They named her Alma.In progressing over the earthslowlybut
may be one chief reason for Girl "Oh it for
: gosh, was
Lind that bites. the Inability\ on the! part of manyto mother!" my I the Beguine" For those hauntedby ell I I. In attempt to divert attention 1925 this family moved to as surely as the sun encirclesIt. ;

earn a living for themselvesand the clean, insistent, slightly from a discussion of clothes in Starke, where they still remain. picture In your minds the field
(MINDER TO AMERICANS heavy renditions of Shaw, and for which the leading lady Is deeply Alma started school at the age -think how much It will mean
associates thus
overtaxing relief A small boy went to the
February 22 a child, who grocer'sand those who simply like good music, engrossed, to rehearsal of the play of six in good old Bradford and how much It will add to our school
agencies.The asked for box of
to cut down a cherry tree, be- a this selection hits the nail squarely he Is directing, shaking shoulderarm she Is a senior here this year. and how many less afternoons and

1 a surveyor of land and latery major portion of the mon- Presently he returned and said: on the head. and hand wildly in the direc- Collecting souveniers, pictures, nights will be spent in wishing for

the lives of men and work ies needed for operating schools "Mother" says these matches won'tstrike. tion of the guilty ones, head In newspaper articles, and saving old some place to go and some good
Into their hearts and be- is now allocated from the State hand, hair ruffled to
gray Chapel Program Tues. temper frayed. letters are her hobbies. way spend our time.
Treasury on the basis of enroll- "Won't strike! cried the
their first president was grocer Saddest: Bill, hungry-ridden Her favorite color Is blue and .
ment and student attendance. irritably. "Why look here," and Presented By Eighth
stranger who has just made his favorite sports are horseback Members Appointed
This enables counties having had he struck one on his trousers to
Uy things have been said a- first hold-up with a toy pistol, relating riding and swimming.Alma .
schools of the poorer type to have prove their quality.The Last week the assembly School Boy Patrol
j George Washington considers program his hard luck story to the possesses good character
greatness, his Immortality schools on a par with any in the boy took the matches home, in the capable hands of two brothers who have consented, traits, a good personality, and a -

;uerlcan History. And also, state. Textbooks are now pur- but soon returned again. Miss Dorothy Swambom's section after being "held up" In a second broad imagination. She makes The newly reorganized School

things have been omitted chased at state expense where in "Mother says she hasn't time to of the eighth grade, included the but unsuccessful attempt, to listento good grades on all her subjects. Boy Patrol have the following on

things George Washington the past the Individual family or come and strike a match on your following: what he haa to say. Alma plans to enter training A squad:

i to himself. More than like- some civic organization supplied trousers every time she wants a A poem, "The Day Is Done," as a nurse In Riverside Hospitalin Unas: Hayes George Flynn, Sonny
the books to the children. skillfully read by Gertrude Davis. Senior Wins Jacksonville.
never mentioned the pain light! Prize Haynes, Freeman Register,
surely must have filled his I I It appears to me that in many I Two favorite popular songs For Room We know she will make a good 'Brian Harrell Albert Earle Thorn-

when his efforts so merci- cases we do not appreciate this or, i Captain: "What are you scratching "Alexander's Ragtime Band," and"Ebtide" I Program one and we wish her much luck. ton, and J. E. Denmark.

criticized by some of the do not fully understand just whatit I' your head for, Rastus?" were very well sung by I Those on B squad are: Michael

teen people In the days when means to us. We receive approximately Rastus: "Well, sun, day add to Verllna Phillips who was accom- It takes time trouble and plenty Personality Test Dew, Leonard Smith, Frank Rob-
25 child Edwards.A of planning to have a good pro-
cents en- panied by Mary
oIlslltuUo ..was being slowly i per my misery, subtract from my : inson, Arch Thomas, Buddy Davis,
: rolled for each day he is in at- piano solo, PadereskI's lovely gram. It takes much thought and -
painfully worked out by men pleasure, divide my attention, and I Answer If i Comer Ferryman, Charles Jones,
time on the part of Its originator yes or no. you answer -
"Minuet rendered ,
tendance, which approximates 40. beautifully by
e names are cemented in the : multiply like everything!" 13 and Buck McMlllon.
Mrs. Canova whom the and one who works and who suc-! yes, your personality Is
per year per child if he attends Levy ,
of the of the U.
|ry beginning regularly. When we have poor eighth; grade had as their guest. ceeds In presenting, with supreme greatly in your favor; 10, you're The boys have responded very
mong whom Washington was Head and lungs- good; only 8, need nicely In going their beats
attendance, it cuts our revenue. I Directly following, A. Z. Adkins satisfaction, the result fa' Indeed you Improve on on
cognized leader. Waiter: "Mr. Brown left his um- of your personality. Be honest and time etc, Mr. Williams has posted -
worthy applause and
When the Is less a special con-
revenue we can- gave very message
(that time young America was brella again. I believe he's leave tion. Such a is frank with yourself. a list of when and where togo
not afford school opportunities cerning the Senior play, which was person Gladys
tstless it didn't know what It his head if it were loose. Yes No on each day. In this each
equal to the best. presented here last Friday night, Starling, who last week won a way
led if it had it wouldn't have "I dare 1. Are clothes boy can find at which
; ,
Manager: say you're after which Mr. Williams made lovely Adrienne compact as prize your always clean place he Is
1 so hotly opposed to the type When a child does not attend right. I heard him say only yes- final announcements, among which for the best home room programIn and neat ______ ______ going on.
|vernment which has remainedst school regularly, he not only reduces that he Switz- 2. Is
terday was going to was stated that u new auditoriumis the twelfth grade, section L. your posture .
completely unchanged up our revenue from the state erland for his lungs." good ? _
In view.
Ills day. and has proved to be but greatly impairs his normal B. H. 3. Do you keep your hair clean Primary Jingles
-- S. Class
I of justice and liberty. In- mental growth. A child entering A man got engaged to a girl, Biology and combed when it needsIt -

the young country mighty school for 5 or 6 months per year and she was so pretty it seemedto HONORROLL Has An Excursion ? Primary Building BeautifiedThe

have been cannot keep pace with the normal him he of 4. Do avoid N. Y.
i compared to a was! hardly worthy you talking A. boys are settingout
child who would rather have child who attends and supplies her. First Grade Mrs. Roberts, Last week the Biology classes of too much? __ petunias and blanket flowers.

kle than a dime because it'sr himself for the full school term. "Darling," he said to her one teacher:-Elaine Chesser Mr. Beck and Mr. Sponholtz, forsake 5. Can you honestly say around our Primary Itultdlng.

: but who, In its later years He is therefore forced to spend time shortly before the wedding, Second Grade .-- Kitty Hogsed, of mindbroadenlng observa- you are not superstitious This will add very much to the

vers quite definitely the dlf- two more years in each grade "I'm not much to look at, am I ?" teacher--Beatrice Bennett. Lelia tion and study, took a trip by bus ? ______ attractiveness of our building. We

ce between the two. So it is which not only retards him and "Oh well," said the gill "you'llbe Driskell, Isabelle Parker, Betty to Fort Marlon In St. Augustineand 6. Are you a good wish to thank Mrs. Leola Roberta

today the American people his mental maturity but also out working all day." Powell Leslie Griffis, and Ken- to the Marine Studios about listener? for the plants

elate and are thankful for causes a great waste to the statein neth Grider. 18 miles on the other side of that 7. Do you control your We are so glad that our walk,

type of government. repeating work that he normally Doctor: "Your wife seems to Second Grade -- Mrs. Ritch, temper? In front Is completed.

ishington was a man who tri- could.have mastered in one year, have eaten something that has disagreed teacher-.,.Van Priest Pltner Van- city.About 8:00: the group Joyfullyset 9. Do you speak in a plea- -

reason with this child, and had he been able to attend regu- with her." divlere, Janet Anderson, Madge out to their destination, eagerto sant tone of voice? I FIRST (TRADE NKWS

in his efforts, was slowlyout larly. Henpeck: "Oh no, doctor, It Brownlee, Anna Lue Hillhouse, see the old fort they'd heard so 10. Is your vocabulary reason- We are making furniture for

by Its inslstance that It.. Our daily attendance has drop- woldn't dare to'!" Danetlla Jordan, and Sammie Ken-. much about.Everyone. ably broad ? __ our doll house We are going to remove -

best, I ped to 85 per cent In the elemen- nedy. enjoyed his trip and 11. Can you say you are not a ; the paper and paint the interior -
tary school. This simply means A young man sat under a palm Third Grade-Mrs. Biggs, teach- all returned safe and sound, having "slave of slang?" of our house.

. greatness as a great general I that we are losing 15 per cent of tree in the Florida moonlight witha er-Joe Monleth, Billy Smith, Eli bad an enjoyable and educa 12. Do you stop to think things We have
ignificlent but secondary; his our future revenue and also approximately beautiful girl.. zabeth Cox, Miriam Hornsby, Aud- tional tour. out? our first violets for this

"loess as a patient and wise 15 per cent of our "Darling," he murmured, "amI rey Ann Prevatt, Majorle Manning 13. Have you a good sense of year. They are very pretty.

Is wherein lies his Immorta- students will repeat their grades the first man you ever kissed?" Janet Priest, and Roy Har Elementary Echoes humor? We have enjoyed learning to

next year, creating a problem that "Why do you boys all ask the rell.Fourth 14. Do you avoid "wearing your make double valentines and write
first president of the United Grade-Mrs. Hart teacher verses for them without copies.
could more easily be solved, same fool question? Of course you feelings on your
jh should be remembered as should we have regular attend- are," she answered. -W, B. McKinney. SIXTH: GRADE NEWS sleeve ?" _____ Many of us have been 111 but we

more Important than those Sixth Grade-E. Searing, teach- We finished our mural on life in 15. Is It your conviction that are hoping to have everyone back

ring for it was only natural ance.We often hear the criticism that Appropriately Christened- er-Bobby Biggs, and Bernard the Middle Ages. worry doesn'thelp next: week.

unwritten laws and stand- Jordan. We are beginning to study of ? Mra. Roberta
our schools are costing entirelytoo "Yassah, said the colored boy, teacher.
would be set by the first man Sixth Grade L. teach the British Empire. It is goingto
much The latest figures re- "I'se named fo' my parents, Dad- Kennedy, -
>Id that office. Those left by Harrell.)) be very interesting. SECOND
leased from the United States of- dy's name was Ferdinand and er-Byran Mammy Sez GKAUE NEWSWe
ington have Lorene Moncrief brought some :
guided other fice of education show that 842.- Mammy's name was Liza." JUNIOR AND SENIOR 111011 have completed our New
dents to wiser and more pre- paid for the edu- "What then is your name?" HONOR ROLL magazines. We have enjoyed Science Readers, and found them
62 is the average
reading them. A After such a busy week-end all
decisions ,
and one of the of each child enrolled in "Ferdlliza." Seventh Roberta Whitfield very good story very interesting. In them we
cation was read this week "Tom you children must kinda hate to
outstanding of those unwrit- : Sawyer, learned about
Florida schools year while the Virginia Sewell Mary Jo Caldwell the great Out of
per back
Detective. come to school!
aws which has been followed Is 62.63 and the Mistaken Identity Bishop Myrick, and Billy Parker. Doors, All about Plants, the Story
very president since is eli National for average the 12 highest rank- Dang Furriner: "I would like to EIghth-Nina Bishop, Bill Par- L. Kennedy, teacher. Dat Senior Play sho' did take of the Weather, The Sky above

tion of a third running for average child per see somet'ing for mine keeds." tray, Ida Lulu Davis, Jimmie Grif- de cake for good plays. All ob'de Us, The Story of the Ground and
is $97.62 per
>residency. Ing Clerk: "Could I interest you ina fis, Sara Barefoot Clarice Thomas SIXTH GRADE NKWH: characters. sho did play dere How Animals Grow Up.
?" MFcatkuceaoin mdl part well.-but Mammy would like
iCIIOOL ATTENDANCE year.Will continue to be content scrapbook Gloria Buford, and Edward Brazie. to Mrs. Bitch teacher.
we call
Same Ting: "I'm werry sorry, Mack Futch brought us some special attention to the
the following article E. :L.rims and allow these conditions to exist my cheeldren don't argue." Nineth Carrie Belle Bennett, American Boy magazines to read. parts played by dat A. Z.. John -
Mae Othma Ida SKCOND:
Haynes GRADE
Parker NE11'SWe
principal of B. H. S., ? We enjoy the magazines and hope Arthur, Vernon and Johnny Chalk-
''es the Importance of regular Are we satisfied to see our Lost and Found Lee Cone, and Beatrice Sllcox. the other pupils will bring some. er. These boys sho' do hab lots have a big Valentine box on
of educational Tenth Jack Halle and Alta our reading table, and so we are
dance deprived ob
on the part of every children The study of Feudalism in history talent.

'1 child. In order that they, anther opportunities equal to the best -Everett a good time Smith. has been very Interesting this Mammy wants you all to know busy making and buying Valentines
of FOUND-By Eleventh Leland Sponholtz, to In It We
put to
surprise -
things, obtain full edge Remember. Our last two weeks. week. We are drawing caatles dat Mary silo does make a lovely
> funds Is cut approxi- for the Milo Sponholtz, Clara Mae Harley, ho our friends and make them
of public school: state school and will) paint them later. tesll. She done entertained the
Ruth M. A necklace In
years past the.schools of mately 25 cents for each day a LOST-By the Senior play. Grace Kennedy, Alice Peterson, We are drawing and making cast ob dat play and dere dates, happy by remembering them.

da were not standardIzed and child is absent. A child when ab- FOUND-By Marian and Clara a and Geraldine Hall. Valentines for our Valentine box after de play Friday night We are making a February
work Twelfth Gladys Garrett Mary booklet.
perated as a uniform system. sent cannot do the required time Sunday afternoon. which we are to have February Dere were so many young, people
which causesan good Edwards, Clara Flume Lorraine Kitty Hogaed, teacher.
counties had excellentIs thus he Is retarded, crowd 14th. seen about town die week-end.
at her
FOUND-By Mary Hartman and Louise Warren .
while others had very Increased waste! in that it requires house after the Senior play. The following class officers were Some eb them were: Marian and

ones. The type of schools two or more years for child him LOST-By :L. G. a girl friend at What Would -HappenI elected for this month: Gene, Doshla and Artford, Jac- Guess Who?

was controlled by the Indus- to do the work a normal Kingsley Lake. President, Warren Winkler; queline and Bob, Christine and -

population and economic does in one year.If FOUND-By Betty G. a good time -- VIce-President Carl Hough; Secretary Buddy, Juanita and Junior and The Junior girl to whom I am

Lions of the counties In which we should receive all revenue at the Marine Studio. Wonder Merle Grlder; Treasurer, Clara and Ressie. referring has black hair, a few

hoof were located.or that we are supposed to get, new why I Typing II third period didn't Lucile Bowers; Librarian J. E. Mammy wonders why so many freckles, Is five feet 2 1-2 Inches

to 1936, property owners departments such as: Home Manual Eco- LOST-By Jimmie Sewell-the re- have a speed test every Thursday? Bennett; Program Chairman, Leo ob de young people in the fifth tall and weighs about 120 pounds.She .

their h.u with a definite nomics, Agriculture and hersal of his play Marion and Gene made up their Cooper; Flower Monitor Dorothy period study-hall like to give Mr. is a very active member of

>a being allocated for operat- Training could be added. We could of FOUND-By Juanita B. a new minds? Williams; Board Monitor, John Beck so much trouble the Little Women's Club and Is

chOOl". The amount coming more easily raise the standards hair dress.FOUNDBy. We dlJn't have Gladys Starling Anderson and Bernard Jordan and Mammy wonders why so many editor of our school paper. In

the school treasury dependon our school whereby the entire the BUS Basketball to help us with our basketball? Window Monitor, Bobby Biggs.E. ob our little Starke girls are so the Senior Chorus she sings alto.

> the above mentioned fac- community would profit. and team that they could beat Lake Edyth R. got in a wreck every Searing, teacher. Interested In the Brooker Basketball St. Louis Blues Is one of the many

Strive to attend regularly City. week-end ? Carl Hough, reporter. games? selections she likes to play. Her

[that time, school attendance aid in making our school secondto FOUND-By Cleon that his Jean E. became sericus all of So long until next week. many friends like her for her fine

|ded on the pride of the pat- none. Model T would not run. a sudden? Answers Jean Davis. Your, Mammy. penonaUty.Bradford .
I children and other citizens E. L. Williams.


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Miss Ida Lulu l > vis-----I'I Rev. and Mrs. Robinson '1 Little Women Have _.......
Honored at Dinner Party I Entertain Boy Scouts Interesting MeetingThe

Iii '3ocictr) Miss Ida Lulu Davis was the hon Climaxing the week of Scout Little Women, a departmentof ANNOUNCING.
ored guest at an Informal dinner festivities was a delightful Informal -' the Starke Women's Club, held .
party Tuesday night in theWoman's
party Tuesday night given by their regular meeting Wednesday
Club building given by
-- 'T.BusinessProgram mother Mrs. R. J. Davis in their the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Robin- afternoon in the club auditorium, Our Removal To New and Larger

Woman's Club To Hold MeetingThe home on Temple Avenue, prior to son in honor of the Boy Scouts with the president Miss Doshla .
Business Meeting WednesdayThe regular business and pro- the Scout party held in the Wom- and their guests. Mr. RobinsonIs Smith, presiding. Miss Clara Quarters
meeting of the Woman's scoutmaster of the Starke troop.
gram an's Club building.Arrangements Flume transacted''' her duties as
regular business meeting of Missionary Society of the Baptist of wild pear and i Many novelty valentine games treasurer and Miss Marlon Dow-
F.i, the Starke Woman's Club will be Church will be held Monday afternoon and contests were enjoyed by the
to ad- ling read the minutes of the pre- You will be delighted with the
blossoms were placed new
held Wednesday afternoon Feb- o'clock in the plum and brief
at 3:00: young people a program vious meeting in the absence of
22, in the club auditorium Mrs. A. vantage in the living room and Marguerite's
ruary church with the president was presented. Miss Grace Dew the secretary Miss Helen Dow- Shoppe More Room
with the Mrs. L. A. dining room. The dining table,
president M. Darby, presiding. delighted her audience with two
Canova, in the chair. around which the guests were vocal numbers, "The Umbrella ling.After New Stock Better Location _
1 Mrs. L. A. Davis will give a fif- W. O. W. To InitiateThe seated, was covered with a hand- Man" and "Ferdinand the Bull," routine business was trans- Everything arranged for
cloth and acted, Miss Manassa, chairman of convenience
minute talk will some white linen cen-
teen parliamentary
on local W. O. W. Camp and Mrs. L. F. Smith entertained
1, law. All executive board members initiate a class of candidates from tered with a low bowl of red phlox her listeners with a humorous finance of the Woman's Club, talked and accommodation. Come in
are'urged to attend and all mem- Lake Butler Into the mysteries of and fern. Further carrying out reading, "Little Mary's Essay on to the Little Women about the and let us show you around. Thereare
bers of the club are cordially invited Woodcraft tonight (Friday) at the the valentine motif were the place Husbands." Strawberry Festival which will be
to this meeting and all other hall here. Lacy Conway, financial cards and individual cups holding The hosts were assisted in serv- held Saturday, Feb. 25, and asked many surprises in store for you.
club. candy and fortune-telling valen- their cooperation in making it a
business meetings of the secretary, asks all members to ing and entertaining their guests
Miss Mlna Manasaa, chairmanof be present and enjoy the acquaintance tines. by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. success.
finance, will make definite' announcement of the new Woodmen. Those enjoying the party with Mike Dew, Mrs. V. B. Harrell, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. N. D. Now Located At
concerning the straw- the honoree were: Freddie Wlm- and Mrs. L. F. Smith. The refreshment Wainwright, Jr., and Mrs. E. L.
berry Festival, which will be held James Rodman StruthMr. berly, Patsy Keene Alice June course, consisting of Matthews were also visitors from Corner of Call and Walnut StreetsMarguerite's
} : Saturday, February 29. and Mrs. Elmo R. Struth an- Harding, Marjorie Davis, William strawberry whip, cookies, candy, the Woman's Club and discussed
nounce the arrival of a son, on Baker Billy Lee, Enos Hayes, and punch, repeated the chosen informally different phases of the
W M. S. Business Meeting Saturday, February 11, in St. Michael Dew, and Frank Robin color scheme. proposed festival.
t 1 The Woman's Missionary Society Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville.He son, III.Surprise. Those After the meeting adjourned the
present to enjoy the hospitality
a. { of the Methodist Church will meet has been named James Rod of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson hostesses, Mlaa Betty Jo Webb, ShoppeMRS.
) s Monday afternoon at three o'clock man. Mrs. Struth prior to her Party Given were: Sarah Barefoot, Geraldine Miss Rivers Hundley,and Miss Dorothy -
at the church. Programs and business -marriage was Miss Lou Tatum of Alvarez served delicious
refreshments -
W. C. T. U.
By Friday SHcox,
DeLand. Fay Yarborough, Marjorie E. E. CANOVA, Prop.
r meeting. of strawberry shortcake -
At the home of Mrs. O. E. Scans Freddie Wimberly, Ida and
Lulu tea to those present.
bury last Friday afternoon, a large Davis, Martha Mathews,
number of W. C. T. U. membersmet Nina Bishop, Jenelle Hutchlngs,
J. M. ALVAREZ --- Est. 1894 presumably to hold their reg Patsy Keen, Alice June Harding, =

ular meeting.A Virginia Sewell, Dorothy Faxon, See The New & Summer
"The Dependable Store"ETCHISON short business session was Ellen Mersereau, Arline Dew, Spring
Margaret Welds, Garnlto Hutto,
i HATS WILSON BROS held, the meeting being opened Muriel Hall, Grace Dew, Ida Lee
with "The Ribbon White,"
a song
Cone, Othma Display of
SHIRTSReduced Haynes Jr., Buddy f
with Mrs. Stansbury at the piano.
Davis, Billy Lee, Michael Dew,
to Mrs. W. P. Smith and Miss Olive
William Baker, Jack Halle, Comer
Ray conducted the devotional ser Perryman, J. E. Denmark, Lester
vice. Then the exercises merged
McMillan, Frank Robinson III,
Socks _______ 25c to 50c honoring into a real the birthday president surprise, Mrs. party F. A. Enos Hayes, Leonard Smith, Char- Fine WoolensSTYLES

Pajamas ________ $1.95 Scott, who has served the local les Jones, Leonard Peek, Elbert
ri Scarfs $1.25 value 79c W. C. T. U. so faithfully for many Earl Arch Thornton Thomas,Jr.George, Freeman B. Flynn Reg-,
As her anniver
years. birthday
ister, Bryan Harrell, Chester
t -u sary Is February 14th, the Valen LATESTOF
J. L. Taylor, Kahn, tine motif was carried out In de Kinney, Edgar Wilkinson, and
; little Janet and Roy Harrell and
r J National, Tailor Made tail.
; Billy Smith.
/ r SUITSFor Mrs. R. L. Kemp, Mrs. W. N. SUITING
Johnson and Miss Gladys Johnsonsang "Horse and Buggy Doctor"Reviewed
\ For Distinction two numbers one of which THE HOUR
I Fit and Satisfaction was composed by Mrs. Stansbury.Mrs. At_Book. Club AND
I I Guaranteed or Your Kemp and Mrs. Thornquestgave Members of the Book Club a +
\ Money Back appropriate: readings. In department of the Woman's Club' 9 r
the name of the Union Mrs. Julia of St kreawree I TOP COATING
/ Eastman presented Mrs. Scott of Starke, were delightfully en
Washington "Dee Cee"and
with a plaque on whicli was a
por tertained with a review of Arthur HAVE YOUR
"Full Pay" trait of Miss Frances Willard. Mrs. E. Hertzler's "Horse And Buggy SPORT
$3.50 to $5.00 SHIRTS AND PANTS Stansbury presented a birthdaytree Doctor" given by the Rev. Frank
TO MATCH bearing hearts of many col- Robinson, at the regular club MEASURETAKEN
"Look at your hat ors. In each heart was a hand meeting Tuesday night in the homeof FABRICS
Everybody else does" $1.48 and up kerchief presented by one of the Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. L. D.
members. Vining, chairman of education of NOWA
See Our Ladies' and Men's Mexican"Huaraches" After a heart contest, delicious the Woman's Club, presented the
refreshments of cake, coffee and reviewer to his audience.
heart-shaped mints were 'served to Mr. Robinson,,' fluent speaker
the guests., and son of a country doctor, was,
well qualified to give an account t LIGHTEST
of this popular book. Contrary GUARANTEED
to the popular belief that the story

F1tEE DELIVERY glv doctor's.s a true life, Mr.account Robinson of a country stated FIT FOR EVERY MID-SUMMER

s. R. Johns that it does not picture the true

PHONE from life. He the read book where a short the excerpt author SUIT MATERIALS

states that a great deal of grief

5 could confine be their spared ravings if people to would those THE GLOBE TAILORING CO.

: & Sons things they know something about
and Mr. Robinson maintained that
he agrees with him thoroughly and
NEARTI A. L. DEPOT that the public would have b sell
CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR bpared a !great deal of grief if f

particular tho author book.had not written this Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 20th & 21st

lIe criticized the author's
attitude toward life and broughtout Representatives In
; the fact that he attacks
24 LBS. Christianity and religion. The MR. SID
_ author's only motto in life, according LIBERMAN OF CINCINNATI, OHIO
"Never De Late For "
a Meal.
10 Lbs. 5 Lbs. Robinson's authority for the authenticity and up-to-date spring and
20e summer goods daily
23e of are arriving
GRITS SUGAR I the motto Is found f in
I the author's own words. at Alexander's new store where the best only is good enough for

I Drawing from his vast experience our many friends and customers.
10 Lbs. Quart '
and knowledge of a
r MEAL 17 e SALAD DRESSING 19 C doctor's life, Mr. Robinson country showed -
that it is not as portrayed in the Complete Line of Beautiful Line of New Poplins
"Horse And Buggy "
Our Special Country* RollBUTTER conclusion he stated Doctor.that the In MISS AMERICA and New Line. of

COFFEE, Lb. 15e Lb. 27e surgeon author developed and a wonderful into an amazing teacher Brassieres and Girdles Dress Prints

but did not classify as a "true
5' Lbs. ONIONS country doctor." _
17e tOe New line of Fancy Silk
RICE 4 Lbs. W. M. S. All Day Meeting 25c yard

The all day meeting of the mission 59c to 98c
4 tall Libbys COMPLETE LINE STRAWBERRY study class of the Baptist
MILK .1 25c Woman's Missionary Society which Hollywood Manlsh Tailored
& CRATES was to have been held Tuesday, Extra
_ February 14, has been postponeduntil Heavy 22x44
2 Lbs. Strip BreakfastOLEO Tuesday, February 21. The Blouses
25c BACON 20c meeting, which will begin at ten Cannon Towels
o'clock, will be in the nature of a All Pure Silk
covered dish luncheon and will be
FAT CHEESE held at the home of the presidentof 25c each

HENS 18 e POUND JjCs .-._the-society- Mrs. A. M. Darby. $1.98
s No. 2V-5 10 LBS SWEET Gothan Gold Stripe Cotton Shantung Blouses .98c

Stockings New Wash Dresses* _____ 98c

2 LBS 2OC 2 LBS. !n All New Spring Shades The latest in silk and crepe

APPLE JELLY PEANUT BUTTER 20c dresses ___ $1.98 to..._ __ ? $3.95

WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE TUXEDO & LARRO FEEDS Give thanks for 79c pairTwo Also New Line or Spring

the roof over yourheadsuppose Pair _. $1.50 MillineryA


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Mr. and Mrs. A. B, McKinney Mrs. W. B. Sewell has returned''I Lucile, Sylvia Alvarez Ovada Gassett, Seleta Sparks, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
were guests last Sunday of Mr. to her home here after spending Honored On BirthdaysLucille Elizabeth Lawson, Mary Powell, "A Prison, A Prophecy, And A
and Mrs. J. B. Millican In Palatka.Mr. several days In Frostproof where Proclamation" will be the sermon
Anlce Green, Collette Green Ole-
Bits of she attended the funeral servicesof Alvarez, ten-year-old topic Sunday morning at the Presbyterian .
and Mrs. George B. Flynn P. J. Langford.Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. tha Thomas, Audrey Moore, Joyce Church where Dr. C C.
and daughter, Betty Ann were Alvarez, and Sylvia Alvarez, four- Moore, Marion Brown, Betty Turner Adams of Penney Farms continuesto
visiting friends In St. Augustine and Mrs. Randolph Boree year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martha Landrum, Martha Ann fill the pulpit. Sunday School
I.Pcal N Sunday. and :Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Jacksonville Ralph Alvarez, shared honors at Winkler, Detty Ann Flynn, Jean- will be held at 10 o'clock.
were guests Sunday of: a delightful party given by their ette Inman, Norma Canova, Mar- -
mothers in the Woman's Club Ion Harrington, Bobby Wiggins, ribbons and carbon
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mrs Julia Eastman spent few Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bennett and Typewriter
CONCERNING afternoon from Vilda Moore, Leonard Moore, Jimmy
days this week in Lake Butler as Stanley Bennett.Col. building Tuesday paper at the Bradford County Tel.
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN the 3:30: until 5:00: o'clock In celebra- Warren, Tommy Gill, Edward egraph.
PROGRESS guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
sarles. Priest, Richard Kldd, in., Judith
Register. D. E. Knight was a profes- I
Green, Harold Lennon, Joan
sional visitor to Lakeland and Bar- The large auditorium of the :, Mrs. M. T. Warren, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltch spent tow recently. He was accompanied lion of their birthday anniver- Smith, Agnes Lawson, Julia AI- Juanita Barefoot were also present.
leen Lawson. Mrs. Hogan Smith,
A. Bensant, Jr., spent Sunday I Mrs. W. H. Struth and -I the week-end in Gainesville as by Mrs. Knight and while in club the Valentine was attractively motif with decorated red hearts In Mra. Richard Kidd, Mrs. Frank i ii
: Struth spent Tuesday In guests of Mrs. Rltch's father. S. H. Lakeland they were guests of Mr. Landrum, Mrs. Kenneth Harrington r i
ialnesville Demaree.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen. arranged over the doors and red iJ
and white crepe paper festooned Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs.
Frank Lee spent Monday from the ceiling lights. A long George Inman, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, J
acksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox at- and Mrs. J. F. Colley and Mr and Mrs. S. E. Sparks were table, placed at one end of the Mrs. Hubert Priest, Mrs. Jerry i
---- .- tended the fair In Tampa last :Miss Virginia Fugate spent Sun- in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon room, was covered with a band- Moore, Mrs. Melvin McKinney, k
O. Andreu spent week. day afternoon because of the serious illness of
Mrs A. in Jacksonville with
r. and some lace cloth: and was centered kJ
Jacksonville. relatives. Mr. Spark's sister, Mrs. J. B. STOMACH: RKIJKF J
day with a beautifully embossed two-
Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs. : Cannard of Archer, who Is now in Everyday, people seeking relief
tiered birthday cake, the top cake
r. and Mrs. L. H. Jenningst Carrie Ritch spent last ThursdayIn Mrs. I. B. Dlnklns of Bushnellis the Alachua County Hospital. I II holding four red candles and the from acid-Indigestion come to Provides I..
Tuesday in Jacksonville. High Springs.P. the guest of her brother and I I I II bottom one holding ten red Rexall Drug Store fountains and CASH-In event of accident. (
.- sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch, and candles. Surrounding the cake request-Bisma-Rex I CASH-In Teat of illness. :
. A. Bessant, Jr was a busl- B. Crews was the guest last McKinney. Mrs. Sanford Ritch and son, Gene,I II was an arrangement of red and WHYThe CASH-To pay hospital bills.
visitor in Jacksonville MonrS. week of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. I left Tuesday for Tampa to attend; white crepe paper in a ruffled design reason is clear. People have CASH-To pay doctor bill. ''I
Crews In Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Roberts of the fair. They were accompanied and balancing it were tall red found that Bisma-Rex relieves dis- CASH-Or a monthly Incomefor I
Brunswick, Ga., were guests several as far. as St. Petersburg by Mrs. candles in silver holders. Red and tress of acid-indigestion In record life U retirement.
Clennle Hickok, Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'Neal of days this week of Mrs. C. H. Mary Dover, who will visit Mr. white bows at each corner of the time. It's swift four-way action CASH-or a monthly Incomefor !
ty health nurse, attended a Jacksonville were recent guests of Nasworthy.Mr. : and Mrs. W. C. Gibson for several table completed the arrangements.Many affords the most effective, your of loved ones la
Tnt prematuredeath. t
day public health nursing late Mrs. Zona Morgan.Mr. days novelty games and con- thorough, and benefltting treatment f

in Jacksonville Monday and Mrs. Glen Searing and tests were enjoyed by the young possible.If You pay for Perfect Protection
, Tuesday.Lets and Mrs. Pate Gassett and Elliot Butts of Jacksonville were Tommy Ritch, of Jacksonville, people and in the "penny contest" you are subject to everyday whether you own it or not
; daughter Ovada spent last Fri- guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. was here last Friday night attending Marion Brown was the lucky win- digestive disturbances due to ex Sand for complete detail TO t
day In Jacksonville. W. B. the high school play "Sweet DAY-NOWI
Mundy.Mr. -acld-U8e Biama-Rex and experience -
I Sixteen. He remained until Sun- Paul Raymond and Miss relief and comfort you HAROLD C. WALL AwncyRelliince
I George Flynn, Jr.. spent the and Mrs. E. E. Moore and day afternoon and visited his Dorothy Alvarez, daughter of Mr. had almost forgotten.
week-end in Gainesville as the children of Jacksonville were mother, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, and and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, aa&UteU Only your local Rexall Drug Ufo Insurance Company j
guest of Luclan Gray. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.E. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. the hostesses In serving a delicious Store, Carpenter's Rexall Store, in of PlUshurg ,

Pierce Crews and of Rai- J. Dowllng. Griffin. refreshment course further Starke sells genuine Blama-Rex.: __ __ _.. "i
family ,
carrying out the Valentine motif.
a9r ford were visiting In Auburndaleand Mrs. J. A Moseley of Clay Hillis Mrs. Beulah McGowan and Mrs.R. Caps and balloons were given as s

Winter Haven last week. In the Gill hospital here follow -I, J. Tatum of Jacksonville were favors.
an appendix operation Wed- Those enjoying the afternoon i
Mrs. S. R. Johns I of Mr. and Mrs.
of Lake Butler guests Thursday Groc
nesday morning. I with the honorecs were: Sharon Tip Top
,' was the guest Monday night of I R. J. Davis. Mrs. McGowan, a Hall, Jeanette Priest, Margaret ry
her mother, Mrs. W.
exceed $114,000,000 II. Green. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent talented vocalist and pupil of Monteith, Betty Hayes, Joan Dink-
I Wednesday In Ft. Meade with their Nelson Brett of Jacksonville, appeared ins, Mary Winkler, Dorothy Mott,

ore than (46,000,000( Insurance week-end Emmalyne guest Morgan of her was cousin the, ,. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and on the program at the tea Peggy, Melba Ann Wiggins, Janet Anderson AND MARKET !
Stringfellow, Lois
Mrs. Wm. Dobrow.
jn force Roberta M. Gnann, at Oklawaha.Mr. given by St. Mark's Auxiliary at Thomas, Lillian Thomas, Margaret SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY

ger than 90 per cent of the 350 Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. K. G. the Episcopal Church. McKinney. Marie McKinney,
and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand FEBRUARY 17 & 18
ark lasurancccompanlClliance Duncan, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, and \
Miss Wilma Alexander were

Life has paid more than 123 visiting relatives in Waldo Sunday. Mrs.in A.Jacksonville.Mrs. Z. Adkins.spent Wednesday Celery each: f 'I Lettuce each 71pNo.

>uillion nd bcncfUiirie dollars to since policyholders organiza- Tolbert Black of Macclenny E L. Wilson of Green Cove F R E E Exhibition FREE : I

spent Thursday here as the guestof
ion in
1903.tROLD Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. Springs is spending several weeks LEAPS STUNTS THRILLSCOL.
with her son-in-law and daughter l Grade A Potatoes 10 lbs. 20c f
O. WALL, Agency He was accompanied home by his .
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. ,
fiance Life Insurance Company son, Jimmy, who has been visitinghis RAY HANSEL Dare Devil DriverIn \

of Pltt l>urjr grandparents, Mr: and Mrs. Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine -
Kendrick. Demonstration of New Knee-Action: ChevroletON Oranges Doz. Sc
Ht'l\uUful Yellow S founds
and Mrs. Harry Lee of Pitts- ;
burg, Pa., were guests the first of

r- NAT SEZ: the week of, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Bananas 1 lOc Onions, lb. 3, zLemons c :

: Last week It looked like Spring Henry Manassa of Lakeland I II

.1 had come. The bird.. were sing with spent his Monday mother and Mrs.Tuesday C. I. Mantissa here- Doz. 15c '

: ing, trees> were blooming/ strawberries and Miss Mina Manassa. Fancy' I
1 1't were getting ripe, In fact I
l !" the only symbol missing as far tie Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and brother. L11tIIY'B FANCY 1'UItE CAN"
A. B. Surrency of Brooker, spentthe
I personally was concerned was a
week-end with relatives in MILK SUGAR
young man's fancy so I foolishly New Port Richey and Palm Har-

puts away my winter longtet. Now bor. Tall Cans 17 Sibs. 21c \

the weather man decides to have Miss Gloria Johns and Tommy 3 c r
some moro winter, so I guess there
Ritch of Jacksonville spent the ,
ain't nothing else I can do but week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.T. Blue Rose Rice S lbs. 17cI I
put 'em on again. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie Friday, February 24th ,


Mrs. J. C. Gardner and Ruby Sponsored By I LARD BACON

Fugate of Jacksonville spent the TORODE CHEVROLET CO. .
\ iiJe'te& week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.
V\t'" ( J. F. Colley and Miss Virginia 2lbs. 19c Pound 121hc
Fugate. See the chassis: showing all working parts of the

New 1939 Chevrolet
Mrs. J. W. Willard and daughter Premier Spinach, No. 21.2 Size Can lOc

1 Patrlca, of Auburndale, are Country-Kist Corn, 3 Cans 25c
guests of her brother-in-law and
sister Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Country-Kist Peas, 3 Cans 25c

In Raiford: Half Slices Pineapple, 2 1-2 Size Can 15c

\ PERFECT SHIRT! Snappy Table Peaches, No. 2V I Size Can 122c

/ ij
I IqllE >
PrintFrocks TOMATOES
longer wearing collar. looks quve from 100 to ISo per pound

(better. is more comfortable SURE.FOR No. 2 Size Can 6c Freshly Roasted

perfect fit. easier to iron (OOKING Freshly Ground
4) To Suit Your
3 Feature!
Buttonhole X-ACT-FIT SALE-Qt.: strawberry cups, for NOW Needs
$3 per thousand. Copenhagen Gallon 75c
cabbage plants $1 per thousand.R. RED TOP UICAN Pound
B. Alvarez, Starke. tf 1-27 p for SPRING IIALLAUD & BALLARD
a 4f COFFEE ____- 15c
FOR SALE-"Seeds that Succeed"
Pan-Cake Flour
i beans, corn, peanuts, squash, ( Real Figure Flatters! GOLD Tot- BItAND Pound
tomato, melons, 1
cukes, pepper V lOc COFFEE __ 18c
Package -
okra, potatoes, and chufas. Also

Cole Planters and Fertilizer $3.98 .VI'EN: mtANI TII'-TOP VAO. Pound
Distributors, at White's Store. up
1-27 4t --- -
4-room l' PURE DYECREPES lUAXW.LL: JlOusr: Pound
FOR RENT upstairs

apartment, newly decorated. Apply .'I/ s-: Quart 25c COFFEE ___ 27c
to Mrs. Hlldabelle Bence, I
'EAR FROM THESE SHIRTS It's smart to be chic Flour 12 lb. Sack 25c
i FOR SALE Two used sedans, ,
and that's what you'll be
'ou'Il agree that LJnefoId Is theperfect" ft\ fine condition. Sell reasonably, COUNTRY ROLL
\ t

>g for, Ic'shirt.made you've with been a patented look. (//jf I / t LaSalle cash or, terms.ready to Plymouth go. Might and ; in figure these lines adorable and saucy prints trims! add Sleek to Cheese lb. 17c Butter lb. 30e'

) I take small truck. Emma Davis, ,
ewcollartbat'sabouttbegrand. f
Starke. their smartness. Wide-spaced and
l sc thing )'ou'.. ever seen... ,I.." PAR.KA lb. 15c Churngoldlb 20c
\\t worn. In the finest materials; FOR SALE--W ell-rotted chicken nosegay florals! 12 to 44. ,

n Unusual $ 1.6S | _. w* Ton who fertilizer will lots,load or very less.and cheap haul Mrs.to it Geo.anyone away.F. Also Laces and Jacket Frocks Regular Picnics, lb. 17c :

.'uG .t. ,. Mueller Kingsley Lake. Itp Tweed Sport Coats i

1 tIT FOR SALE--3 Jersey milk cows, Neck-Bones lb. 7c
Skirts in Pastels Real Sweaters ,
y 8 2 fresh now, other fresh soon.J. .Angora

PAYS TO BUY ATJTERNBERG'f I LOST. M.OR Brownlee STRAYED, Starke.- 12 head Itp Smart Sport: Blouses $1 I to $1.98 14 Oz. Jar Pickle Feet, Each 17c i iI

stock cattle. Colors: red I I
brindle, frosty, red-side, and Complete Gift Line
white-back. Marked swallow I Flowers for any occasion Breakfast Bacon Squares, lb. 18c

fork one ear, swallow fork and _

upper brand bit R. P.In?; other new brand ear. Old I I CLAR JEAN SHOPPE Tub Butter lb. 31cFl

\ Notify R. S. Johns, Lake 30'1 I PHONE 97 I
Fla., and receive reward. I

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Mrs. Margie Parrlsh has !
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Friends of Mrs. L. G. Cooper A. Z. Adkins recently ed to her home in Orange .

will regret to learn that she is completed three weeks of arduous after pendiug a week in [

ill at her home northeast of duty In connection with a lengthy with her sister, Mrs. I

III RURAL J 7111111 Jbrth. JBii Starke. Her son, Albert Jenkins, session of circuit court in Alachua son and mother, Mrs.' L. L. --il i
Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
where he at
County presided sev-
has returned to the CCC Camp at
COMMON SENSE IYJ Household !JI after eral murder trials and other im- Kinsley Lake were dinner I'ilJI'
spending a
Fargo, Georgia of Mr. and 1>11'8. E.

1 ySPUDSJOIINSONFAR.'WERS STORING THINGS leave here during part of which portant cases. day.Mr. IIItD1-l\

By Virginia P. Moore time he was confined because ofan One human interest case which and Mrs. Lee Geiger

OF OLD SOUTII Extension Home Improvement i attack of measles. came before the Judge was that of do were visiting Mr. ?
peclalist a young University of Florida Marion Gllason Sunday
GREW LIVING AT HOME "Where to It?" "Where to student charged with petty thievery Prayer meeting services -
put ,
AND ENJOYED Mr. and Mrs. C. Inglerigbt
among the campus fraternity ing held here \
keep It 1"Many every to
of the fine litter do
are very houses.
Judge Adkln's remarks to
Living at home and boarding: at a home-maker has asked with which their 400-pound :o- PIll'
the defendant whom he
upon Mr. and Mrs. John G1is
the same place have been recom herself these questions when fac- land-China sow has been blessed. !
pended sentence attracted consid-
Lake :
City were visiting
mended to farmers for BO long ed with the problem of storing Quite a coincidence Is Involved.
erable and
comment were quotedas and relatives In Starke and
recommendation almost something la the house when all of owned
that the This sow is a sister one follows in the Gainesville Daily
has lost Its effect. Those who hear available' storage space !is packedand by R. F. Demorest. Both had Jitters Sun: Sunday. }: :
the expression are too apt to shrug jammed to capacity. Often of eleven pigs within a week's : '
ahead she realizes that storage facilities "Ben, I feel very sorry for you, NOTICEAll pia
: their shoulders and go time of one another and each
little fellow who In her house are inadequate and but I feel more so for your father who are Interested In
much like the mother has lost only one offapring -
..14rI knows he shouldn't) filch cookies that things should be changed so to date. It takes very lit- and mother. I noticed the other ing Santa Fe Cemetery, gre

from the cooky Jar, and yet does there will be more room, more tle arithmetic to figure that this day when you were being ar singed send donations to one of ,

it It every time he has a chance. order,, and, quite frequently Dot leaves both the Inglerlghta and the in court and you plead guilty to lowing committee: J. J.
Examples of those who practicea so much walking for her. Demoresta something very much these charges against you, that I L. G. Wynn, Mrs. M. L. ;
not Many women who have modern ; your father stood by your side, son, all of Hampton. ;Q.
live-at-home program are to: be proud of in the way of ten, }
.M hard to find, however. Many equipment for canning, cooking, fine young Poland-China porkers. head bowed, and I could appreciate .
s farm families grow their own and other household work do not i the grief that he was suffering RESOLUTION II

food and feed crops, and over a have adequate or systematic storage Our sympathy goes out to the I more so than you. Whereas, on Jauary 8th i !

period of years they profit by do- facilities in their homes. After children of Mr. and Mrs. Percy "I appreciate the Interest that the Supreme Architect, in

Ing so. canning a goodly batch of vegetables Starling, who have one of the the young men have in you, and finite wisdom has been

]' One of the best examples, on a or fruits, they have to store worst roads in the county to which they have demonstrated by take unto himself the spirit

large scale, takes us back to the the cans or Jars out in! the smokehouse bounce over every day going to their presence here today to speak deceased brother, W. H.

y; old south before the Civil War. under the table, behind and from school. The Starlings In your behalf."I and.Whereas ,,,/

L The agricultural South at that doors under beds, and in other unsuitable live not far from the Clay County thoroughly appreciate the old, masonic the trestle board t lit-

it' time enjoyed a period of prosperity places. If it's 150 feet line and the grade running from old story of a mother's love for title life was such as !b

that was the envy of the whole from the kitchen to the smokehouse Road 13 to their place averages her son. I can look at your parents him to receive the white C'f di.
and It the canned goods are two three for and tell that a new name, and, .
nation. Some may say this was or bumps every they are the finest Whereas n
r I because the farmers had free or stored there, the home-make r foot. It's a wonder everything of people, and bow good they of by the faithful but!{!
slave labor. WThen it is recalled must walk those 150 feet for them the children ]learn at school Isn't are to you; and I know from experience God charge the great duties TL
to his neighbor and to
that the farmer paid from $15 to when she needs them. bounced out of them before they the sacrifice that they self brother 11m.!
$2,000 for a man to labor in the Clothing presents another storage reach home. are making for you to attend this title ,
of man and Mason
4 fields and had the responsibility problem for many women. Insufficient University. It is! a great and therefore ,

of clothing, housing and feeding closet space makes It i A. C. Sumner at Saxton la one wonderful opportunity that you Resolved, that in
Yi that laborer, it Is seen that the necessary for them to hang clotheson of< the busiest farmers In the coun- have. There are a great many W. H. Green, Masonry
labor could hardly have been call the backs of doors, in corners boys that would be so glad to have
ed free. on walls, and In boxes. ty right at this time. He has the opportunity that you have. fered the loss of a valued

One of the main factors In this! With all the stooping, bending forty-five acres under cultivation "It is the tendency of the Courtto zen and, and the community a valued ,,
and walking they must do to storethings and Is still fighting Bermuda
ante-bellum prosperity was the grass help young men-to help every Be it further resolved, I
or them out of storage
a fact that the Southern planter was on part of it which he has Just recently body-and It has especially been Lodge No. 35, F. &: A. M.
no wonder
forced by circumstances to raise i many women the tendency of this Court to
i from feet and taken In. He is planting give to his loved ones its sincere 1
food for his slaves. In the young men like
progress you an opportu- felt
fatigue. tobacco this year for the first sympathy, while we
of raising this food he naturally nity. I am going to be kind to his absence in I
we rejoice
It Is much easier when the pantry time and will devote four or five
and I
q raised feed for his live you, trust that you will appreciate ward allotted to the souls
Block. His own family became a is located where it ought to acres to the fragrant leaf. His the favor that I am Just made perfect.Be i

part of the live-at-home system. be that and it will big accommodate enough and food built andother BO seed bed Is in fine shape and he granting to you, keep it sacred It further resolved, that
The money received for cotton and never violate it. If will
you resolutions
without 'will soon begin to cut logs for his be spread on
products loss of
1 was used to enlarge his holdings, do this, It will make this Court cords and
build space. Shelves should be built barn. Mr. Sumner Isn't one to a copy sent to
beautiful homes always
and make happy. reaved
life on the old Southern plantation sturdy be stored enough to hold the goodsto put all his eggs in one basket "The Court is going to do some- to the Bradford family, also County a copy
on them. No
something to be Immortalized in should be lost In shelves that space are however. He has a large acreageof thing for you of his own free will, for publication.
song and story and acclaimed by strawberries will feeling that
too high, either. Ventilation and' repeat again you will make good; Signed.
i nificent the world civilizations as one of the most mag sunshine should also be consideredin with Sea Island cotton, and Is goIng and I sincerely trust that the University S. E. Sparks

of the ages. arranging the pantry. to plant plenty of Fordhook of Florida will at least bas I C. H. Nasworthy
However, after the terrible r
destruction Storage closets for clothes and lima beans also. Of course, It kind to you as this Court is' Nat Steinberg.
of war, prices of farm without and permit you to stay !In the I '
linen should be spacious and located goes saying that he will .
products all-cash rose to of new heights. An conveniently near or !in the bedroom have corn and other staples that University and finish you course. I I

Into system farming came or other rooms where the are so necessary if a man is really I think It should, because I don't The Telegraph makes an
in the South. I
the Southern Mayhap articles are needed or used. b going to live well off his farm. think that the University, as a gift for your friends who are
farmer has been suffering school, should be from
greater and home.
from It ever since.BROOKER Handy cabinets for pans, pots, exercise ,
and other kitchen ware should be It Is Interesting to wander around more severe authority than f

part of every kitchen so the homemaker the Sumner place and reflect the courts of our country. S !

can get them without a upon the glory that once was "I believe they will give you an 666
Mrs. L. L Parker, Correspondent great deal of wasted effort. I Saxton !in the days when the huge* opportunity. If they don't, go to relieve

Many Florida women would be : lumber mill was located there. Mr some other school-a private

Hacculaureuto Exerclnon surprised at the distances they. Sumner's farmhouse today wasbuilt school where you can get in. Do L'.hlet.Price

i','. On Saturday afternoon February walk to and fro daily because of by one of the head men of: you promise me that you will 1 Salve Liquid, None Drop IOC & __
12, a large number of people gathered Inadequate storage. Yes, a pedometer the mill when Saxton was in its make good

at Brooker school for the beginning would tell them an interesting prime. In the middle of a field "And please, always be kind to

of the graduation exercises story of too many steps n that :Mr. Sumner has recently taken your mother and
the Baccalaureate. In a the day's work. in is an immense pile of fatheralways.They .

spring-like setting of scenery and Of course, this matter of storageIs crumbled brick, partly buried under are the best friends you .

flowers, yellow and green predominating a problem for the menfolks in dirt and undergrowth. These have on earth. You won't knowit wa

the auditorium and the farm home, too. It's up to bricks are all that remains of the until they have gone."

stage was beautiful. I them to build these cabinets and giant boilers of a once-booming t

The seven ninth grade students closets and re-arrange the pantry industry that passed away when FAT STOCK
who are the graduates, were escorted I no that the home-maker's load will most of the desirable timber in FEATURE SHOW WILL >
down the center aisle by' be lightened.If this section had been used up. Mr, AND FINE STEERS "

Howard Douglas an eighth grade you're interested !in Improving Sumner finds the brick usefu; PASTURE GRASSES { n t
!' student, while the audience stood. your storage facilities in your however, even If they are In th -

Invocation was given by the home, write to us at Tallahasseeor way at times. He has built several Jacksonville, Fla. With 314

Rev. C. A. Crosby.A see your county home demon- chimneys and a sugar boiler steers already entered, and an interesting -

group of twenty-four girls! stration agent from them besides selling several exhibit,, of grasses and
t formed a lovely chorus which s sago loads to other people. The old feed crops in preparation the fifth

two special numbers. These tw tentlon to the importance of education well used at the mill Is still openin annual Florida Fat Stock Show

part songs were "Living For Jesus" and cited Adam, the first the field where Mr. Sumner and Sale here February 23 and 24
a and "Teuch Me To has to occasionally promises to be
Pray man, as having been educated and a cow outstanding, says
G. E, McGauley, principal of able to do things with his knowl or a hog that has fallen into it County Agent A. S. Lawton, chair-
the school Introduced the and is unable to climb the
speakerof edge. He drew comparisons between up man.The
the hour, Elder Thou. steep sides. The trail of
Crawford, ancient education and pres- old tramlines show is staged to prove to
( pastor of the Primitive Baptist ent day learning and all through and railroad sidings may be buyers that Florida cattlemen do

? t Church at Cairo, Georgia. the sermon stressed how necessary dimly followed In the grasscovered produce some excellent feeder

Elder Crawford delivered a it is that we remember God mounds of dirt that run through steers and to encourage the rais-

masterful address taking for his oil the time as the Creator and the fields and off into the woods. ing of better quality steers on a

text, Ecclesiastes 12:1: "Rene m Giver of everything we have. Other than this, however, little re- more widespread scale. Encour-

ber now thy Creator in the days Without God in each life, education mains of the once-thriving mill agement is lent also to the produc- L- 1
of thy youth, while the evil days Is not valuable. town. Houses and other buildings tion of feed crops and better man- _
come not, nor the years draw nigh, Elder Crawford Illustrated his that once lined the railroad have agement of steers. -

when thou shalt say, I have no remarks with several ; all burned or have been torn down Lawton
very good Bays that entries
pleasure in them." for lumber. already
called at- stories which were very slgniflcent -i listed for this
,;,,;,. year's event are 60
and to the
point. percent above those of last year, CHEVROLETScome
Everyone appreciated this schol- Mr. Arch Green, one of the and that committee members who

BUSINESS arly and timely sermon. county's leading cattlemen, is have seen the steers say they are
Elder Crawford was a guest of building a bungalow on his ranch, of excellent
DIRECTORY George Hazen while in Brooker. lying east of Saxton. He will prob favorably with steers on comparing any West- to Florida by train !

Mrs. G. B. Colson has been very ably make his home there when ern market. Around 50 of the

ill for several days, having been the house is completed as will his steers will be shown by 4-H club
confined to her bed. She is now lion, Nelson who will assist Mr. boys and girls. -
Improving.Mrs. Green in his cattle business.
The S. M. Baird spent the weekend The pasture exhibit is being pre-
pared by the long ban-
yl, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. After being In the Army for ment of the Florida agronomy depart Boned the drive-away ago your new low-priced car? Make 'h'II

that R. W. SWain In Yankeetown. twelve years, Otis Chesser is enJoying Station in Gainesville. Experiment method, of delivering automobiles. Chevrolet and be sure of satiafaciw
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen a quiet life It will con to Chevrolet' and I*"*
of on a small farm sist of pasture dealer. The drive-away car faces P higher quality
grasses and all
everybodyknows Starke .were visiting relatives here between Starke and Lawtey which grasses and clover seed, fertilization clovers, the hazard. of the highway y. t r price have made it the most pop"1*
Sunday.Mr. he -
bought a year or so of the of all T*
ago from charts, and other through the critical car year-and, best
and R. materials
Mrs. Alie Crosby and H. Russell Mr. Chesser I relative can be that fe
family of Jacksonville disabled was to pastures and their Im- period in the hand of an unknown absolutely sure you
were visit while on duty, making provement. driver what for with all it* bo*
i and you pay ,
ing Mr. come to
and Mrs. L. it you with of
5et R. Gainey last necessary for him to retire from part w/ features the **
the tire and exactly at they left
week-end. engine
I the service After his TRAIN mileage you pay for
retirement SCHEDULE
Honored he pone: forever. It !Is uW thorough-goind Inspection mt the faSo ;
on Birthday naturally returned to Bradford Schedule of trains arriving here a car In every ::
COCA COLA DOT. Mrs. J. H. So well was surprised County, where he was born dally. Subject to of the word. Because Chevrolet put your money in the
on a change without You're the the .
In .
bay the
with believe fiel.1 .
a Birthday Dinner given at farm west of Lawtey. notice. you are entitled to a genuinely to low-price

WE ARE her home last Sunday, In honor new car, Chevrolet are shipprtl, not drive you know I I. new and right air,
i PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS of her 46th birthday. She is the Mr. Russell incidentally Southbound-Due Starke driven from factory to you. your new car ear that America has placed fr'
mother has returned No. 1-Local. __ &*
of ia 'S
five sales because "Chevrolet
children and 6 to his old love ? 11.25p.m. Why take. any chance when
-photogra No. you buy
grandchildren. She enjoys fish phy--and la touring -Through____ 10.29 p. m. Choice."
ing more than North Cero No. 10T-Through____
CARPENTER'SThe =- anything else. lina, making pictures from house 8.37 a. m.

Rexall Store II to house. He lived on his place Northbound-Due Starke
NEW CtTHTOMKHS, : !! near here for several No. 2-LocaL- __ 0 a
FLORIDA years after 5.28 a. m. 0 L a
:, PLUMBINGPrompt FOWKH LIOIIT COI retiring from the No. 10S-Through____ 0 I
Let loral ... who .... photography 5.41 p. m.
c Service at ro. In .......1.. KJlMtH* in Jacksonville, but farmIng -
; Reasonable Prices vlc. 4o roar Ito... Wlrla.w.. was never Starke and Bell Branch
+ Let Me Estimate Your Job 11_..........rrlo. D.*,,_..... .* a hobby with him anything and he more decided than No.No. 102 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. TORODE CO

a" C. M. RITCH O. .. PnHJJLPS ........F to return about to two his years original ago. profession (Daily arrives except Starke Sunday's 1:50: )p. m. CHEVROLET

T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.


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I| mantled -

,j "To" the Bluebird Saloon. Join Blake's face broke out in a !
me? Blake invited.
friendly grin.

'1t. RGIIT f1 f '! with"No' I'm particular who I drink "Hello," he said disarmingly. Jurtljt)

Arnold said nothing, watching
i "So was I once, but I got over coolly.
: TIP IACM rat MI14o.Mr 1 It," Blake retorted
4 L "You don't need to reach for
\, ALS Y fsvtft v Starkey made his way into the your gun with me, stranger"

,b,, --... .. saloon; Blake waited a moment, Blake continued. "I'm a peaceable
then followed. Inside, be took up citizen." BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN! EPISCOPAL CIDUSTIAN
ha happened .o far: run out on me and get away with a position from Rev. L. A. Shepherd, !
which Rev
what he could see "For Frank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Trod Terkes, Jr. Rev W. T McOulre
a peaceable citizen
Cantrell, who works far atyy It. And nobody don't steal my the two seated at table you go Pastor Paetor Rev Dr. Rice and Rector Pastor
ke a deep in well armed Arnold said A. J. Thomas, Supt. H. K. Ferryman. Rer. Dr. Adam.
coach One, has horse, he finished grimly. shrewdly Sunday Sunday School Supt. Sunday School: Supt.
tago conversation. School
and Taking a good look "Oh, that's on account of the Oen. Superintendent Organist HIM Ella J. Basse Lemmle riarrett
Griffith unouoce-o. Puff seemed at Arnold Sunday School of Church School Orcan it Sunday School
urtlod Si1 very much bored he left the saloon tU A. M. Mrs E. M. Davis <
mainly becaiwe of his own "I'd tell him If I was thoughtfully and robbing and rascality going on a- Morning Service. Church School Church School Supt. Mrs.. Jame. Carlyle 10 o'clock
llv. you, he said hurried along round here he said with 10 A. M.Morning :. Service Worship SorvlceEvery
her toy a wave 11 A. M. Roy Mathews
If.as.urance. finally gets to Davey. down the street to the entrance of Worship School 2nd Sunday ;
of his Baptist
hand. "They say these hills Training Service, 11 A. Jot: Church School lOaA It o'clock
a. m.
before they canilkI' .
''V *' But "But I the B. & O. building and into t'nion.' 6:90 P. M. M.Mornln
don't know nothing to Colonel are full of highwaymen Rvenlnsr Worship 10 A. M. 7:30: o'clock p. m
any pta" for the future tell," Davey replied Webb's office. Webb smiledas Evening Service Service 7:30 P. M. Morning; Worship *____II A. M. Prayer MeetingWednesday
helplessly 7:30 P. M.
Arnold's hand Tounsr People'. Fridays____7:30
forced to rush off In Blake ) dropped away Prayer 11 A. M. : P. M. Night
ak.H. "You and this approached. Meeting
was awfully League Meetings6JO Holy Days.10 7:10: o'clock
his A. M.
slave Enoch gun. Wednesday, 7SO: P.M.
of a Negro/ : P. M. _
arch friendly wasn't "You
you? the : were right about that man Pianist
I horn he hall helped escape and sheriff demanded. Arnold, sir," Blake said quickly. "la that BO?" he said, mimicking Mrs. Mona Canova Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: P.M. MIN. ALLIANCE a
horse has Just Blake's assumed innocence."Aren't Choir Director MISSION HALL President
hmu> wandering "But he never told me nothing," "Starkey does know him; they'rein John II. Powell )!ofr.. F. It. Long GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored The Rev. FraakRobinson
you running a risk ridingout Organist and Choir
s-n found Davey Inslst'' d. "I woke up the day the Bluebird Saloon togethernow. Board Chairman Director Sponsors: by
alone of
Deacons Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vice President
SEVEN before yesterday and he!' was gone I just came from there." J. F. Klckllter Mrs E. K. Perryman, J. T. Quigley The Rev. Leslie
CHAPTER "So I "Me? Blake laughed boastful Chairman Assistant J. T. QulffleyBible
and the horse was observed from the window.. Organist Evanvellttlo S.rvlce ShepherdSecretaryTreasure
and Davey rode slowly gone Board of Truntee T. T. Long, Aseletant Study, each
ly. '
Blake As Did you have much trouble pretty quick on the draw each Friday evening : *
Starkey advanced buy- s. O. Powell Choir Director
", the woods that markede menacingly myself. And I drive all nails Tuesday evening 7:10 7:10:: o'clock The Rev. Fred Terkea .t
rough I toward the cowering Davey, there ing yourself off from Starkey -
line. I "
the Pennsylvania with
to bullets.
I was a knock at "Not much. Now that I'm free
the door. It
' Is they came in sight of that Lime opened. There stood Blake Can- I'd like to start looking for Mor- I Arnold was looking at him contemptuously TABERNACLE Rally At Ocala

1 'liln, they reined in their mounts. i trell, perfectly tailored In brand gan. He's the butcher I want," he now '' BOB JONESComments To
"There It Is. Davey said. "Fig- said bitterly. I "Say, you're not a highwayman,
yl pew) riding clothes!
His face Last
was Tuesday night's meeting at
: erin from the time Enoch left, Webb motioned toward are you? Blake asked. Youth Crusade
; clean-shaven, his hair the window I II On Here
cut alto-
11 the horse came back he must ; "Look." "Not today," Arnold replied, I the Mission Halt was very well at-
he I -
ave travelled this far, at least." that for the so startingly briefest Instant changed Arnold had emerged from the spurlng on his horse. I And Hereafter tended. The flowers that addeda In spite of inclement weather a

"Let's go on," Blake said urgg Starkey didn't recognize him. He saloon and was mounting his "Well, I am!" Blake barked out. touch of beauty to the service large congregation gathered at

his horse forward. Carefully horse, its saddle bags loaded with "Put up your hands!I" fresh sweet the First Methodist Church Sunday '
' the woods around gasped when be finally realized A flash of When the writer was a boy In were peas. There is
searched astonishment
provisions."It's .
/ iey Blake who it was."Where'd the country he had a good "po sum an Increasing Interest being manI- morning for a worship service.
All at once stopped face as he turned to look
em. Rev. Frank Rob
Webb The the
my guess said ,
I you get them clothes? dog. A good "possum dog" never
into fested !In Scripture work
and ,
listened the muzzle of
once more Blake's memory
is horse : he demanded. "that he wasn't talking to Starkey gun. leaves a trail" to chase inson, preached the subject of
nrefully Was that a groan he "Oh, I found a tailor down the about the weather. Trail him, and Guiding his horse closer to Arnold' rabbits at night. The good "poe- many of the number taking partIn "The Life Beautiful" urging upon

ad heard I street," Blake replied innocently."He he might load, you right to the Blake deftly removed theother's sum dog" sticks to the trail until quoting verses. his hearers the advantages that

Davey stopped too and looked does rather nice work; you business end of Morgan's six- revolver depositing it in his he "trees" the possum Many Visitors were present! from go with the living of a sacrificial

iuestioningly at Blake. might try him sometime." shooter." own"Now saddle-holdster.. young people make the mistakeof Washington, D. C., and Newark, Christian life, and citing Instance n

"Did you hear something?" Starkey turned to the sheriff. "I hope you're right, sir," Blake pass over everything" leaving the "possum trail" to N. J. A warm welcome will be accorded where this type of life was foundto

lake whispered. "He's the one who stole my horse!' said eagerly, starting for the door. you've got in your pockets! chase rabbits. Such young peo- to all who visit the Hall. be the superior way. Mrs. F.

Davey shook his head and start- he cried. "And if the trail doesn't bring; : Arnold seemed Interested. "You ple never "catch possums." They The subject of the Bible Study H. Long presided at the organ;

I to move on, but Just as he was Blake appeared Indignant. "Stole you back to our friend Starkey," are ?a" little new at this, aren't never "go places" in life. Across was, "Following Jesus'' This sub- and members; of the choir assistedIn
he said
bout to follow It came again your horse!" he exclaimed. Webb called after him, "you you Blake easily. the "possum trail" sometimes the ject was based on a Scripture that the service
prodded Arnold's
:istinctly this time. Blake slid "Caught him for you you mean. I needn't pay me for that elegant with his ribs rabbit of love passes and Instead suggests that Jesus speaks to The evening service was given

tf and started through the brush, found him wandering around in outfit you got on." "Shut gun.and deliver!" he of sticking to the "possum trail" those who follow Him If we do over to the observance of National

I Blake laughed. "Right, sir, and up snap and waiting until the "possum" is not follow Him we will not hear Boy Scout Week. Mr. M. O. Bon-

.-.j I good-bye. And If I don't some ped."You caught and then going back to what He says.It well of Jacksonville, the Scout executive
'" back, send that boy Davey out. lie one of those gentlementhat I for the North Florida Area
I i chase the rabbit, they leave the Is easy when one gets out of u
Thk4y. rob first and then kill?
.t knows every inch of the country Arnold said "possum trail," chase the rabbit touch with God to allow doubtsto addressed the congregation on the

.tf around here. From what I hear, I pockets reaching Into his of love, get married, settle downto creep into one's mind. Eve in general subject of "Scouting."

might have a little trouble with "Dead I an ordinary life when they the Garden of Eden listened first Following this, Mr. Boswell pre-
men have a bad
f Arnold!" memory could have and to the sented several awards in Merit'
; for faces," Blake said shortly. gone on accom- doubt the Serpent cast up-
A certain amount of admiration plished great things. Getting on the Word of God; then!' by add- Badges, and several awards in S
Y+ > qtl CHAPTER EIGHT I was evident as Arnold spoke. married and having a home is ing to the Word) of God herself, promotion in ranks to the mem-

In the Bullet Line station, Sus- I "Say you're a bruiser after my what God wants for most people, she was prepared for the flat denial bore of Troop 70.

an anxiously was questioning own heart." he said. but He doesn't want young peopleto that followed. Satan said Next Sunday morning the pastor
while settle down until He, Hlm>>elf, "lIath God said." Eve added the will conduct the service and the
Davey Aunt Amanda stood "What: are you getting at?
listening. News of Blake's disap- Blake gets ready for them to do It Many phrase "Neither shall ye touchit. evening service will be a special

pearance had brought them from "I could use a cool-headed young young people leave the "possum ." Satan countered with, "Ye Young People's Day observance
trail" because the rabbit of ease hall not surely die." conducted by the young people of
Frostbu rg, fool like you in a much bigger
"But he must have told you game., crosses the trail of the divine pur- Those who follow Jesus will not the Church. Those taking part In

where he permit the Insidious doubts of the the service will be as follows; At
t tSiarhey was going Susan in Blake watched him narrowly.
sisted. "Don't try any tricks on me, mis- to him. As they reached the cab- devil to lessen their faith In God. the organ for a period of worship-

"No ma'am. He told me noth- ter. I wasn't born yesterday. Get In, accompanied by Arnold's aides, Following Jesus calls for an unshakable selections! Charles Pender; Call

in." off that horse! Blake saw a Conestoga wagon in faith In His word When to Worship, Freddie Wimberly;

Susan turned away, disappointed. Arnold made as If to dismount, an open space beside the road. lie we are close enough to Him to Evening Prayer Shirley Colley;

"So you thing he's cleared out?" but In a flash he had slipped a recognized the man who stood nearIt hear Him speak the voice of Satan Scripture Reading, Ida Lulu Davis;

r Amanda asked Davey."I gun from his sleeve and fired evidently the driver. It was and Ills cohorts Is not heard. Offertory J'rayer, Ruth Simpson;
Crowder! The who had Paul said that Satan is sometimes Evening: Offering, Leonard Smith
"Where yM gde' dont think nothin', ma'am quickly. Blake's pistol fell from man sought
ds'asded. "0. j Davey replied unhappily, walking his hand. Arnold smiled Insolently."So to recapture Enoch! transformed into nn angel of light and Comer Perryman; Offertory

slowly from the room. you're a highwayman!' He : "You took long enough," Crow- and His ministers Into ministers (on the piano), Virginia Sewell;

| Amanda turned to Susan "I I Ii reached over and retrived his gun der grumbled to Arnold, who dis- of righteousness Be careful! Poem, Patsy Keene; Vocal Solo

)avey following.A the hills in the snow, almost frozen I i i knew he'd try to buy out from from the saddle-holster. "Turn around regarded the comment When the devil preaches morality Grace Dew; a choral selection, by ,

few yards back he came upon to death, and I brought him back, I Starkey and head West," she said. now and ride!I" he or- "Turn 'em out," Arnold com- there is a "nigger In the wood- the Young People; Ushers, Elsie

bleeding Enoch, who was strug- to you. He's tied ''up outside." | "And you telling me the no-ac- dered. "As you say dead men manded, dismounting "Let's see pile." Green and Marjorie Davis; and

!ling to cry out, but couldn't, Starkey was boiling mad. "He count's going to marry you and have a bad memory for faces." what they look like." Jesus found faith where He least the announcer, Frank Robinson

'eak from loss of blood. Blake stole my horse!I" he repeated. run your business." There was no alternative. Blake Suddenly Crowder noticed Blake I expected to find It when the Centurion III.

copped, to his knees. "Take him away, sheriff!" "But he mustn't quit this job," turned and rode ahead. Arnold and his face darkened. I sent for Him to come and Mrs. E. 1C. Perryman will play

"Enoch!" he said softly. "Enoch! "Not so fast," Blake put in. "1 Susan said. "I don't care about his scooped up the fallen revolver, "What'a he doing here?" he ask- I heal His servant. The Jews who for congregational singing. This

'hat hope that can I stole I should have service is an annual affair
happened ? you prove leaving me keeping Cantrell covered all the ed quickly. believed In Him had

Weakly, the Negro pointed to your horse." "No," Amanda snapped. "No time. At any moment Blake expected Arnold was surprised. "You no faith. But the heathen Roman throughout Methodism and Is especially -

us chest to a gaping bullet The sheriff appeared worried. more than you'd care about your a bullet to crash Into his know him?" soldier did believe and brought essential and timely this

''ouml. "Mr. Blake," he mumbled. "Yeah, Starkey, you got to prove eyeballs." spine. "Know him! lie's the one who year in that the Nation Wide

'You've done come." it." "But can't you see?" Susan Arnold's admiration for the turned that slave loose from the pose for their lives. Some leave Youth Crusade will open In FlorIda

"Who did Starkey realized he was stumped. pleaded. "Blake mustn't quit this youth's recklessness, however, had Bullet Line stable last week" the trail to chase the rabbit of a at Ocala on the 21st of thla

anded.. it, Enoch Blake de- "If you'd make this lop-eared way." not diminished. Smiling, he put Arnold turned menacingly on temporary job. The world is fill- month. It Is expected at that time

hali-wlt"-indicating Davey "Oh, he's just like Starkey," his gun back Into its pocket. Blake. ed with "rabbit chasers" who havetallE'd that 50 or more young people of
'They kethched me Thoseen Starke will and attend this
because did not go
"tell what he knows, I'd prove it "So you're the one! they stay
Blake They shot me all right! Go on, get out, all of In ominous silence several other on the "posHum trail." Every!: hu District-wide Youth Crusade Rally. -

turned to Davey, "See you,!" I e : men moved to clone around Blake. man being who gets on the "pos- Arrangements for the rally
we "
can fix up a litter he said. sum trail" of God's for are under the supervision of A Z.
Rig It The sheriff Puff and left Cantrell made a bold play purpose
| between the Davey
horses. Adkins Jr.
his life and slays on that trail president of the Gar-
"If had stuck around he
Davey hurriedly, but Blake remained. you ,
nodded. L dd.r field
League Union Mrs.
until the ,
"possum" gets up the
said blandly, "I'd have made a
"Lemma lie! here, Mr. Blake' "What are you standing there tree, will be successful The "rab W. D. Sewell, counselor for the
'noch for?" said "You deal with you, but you got away
Starkey furiously.
moaned "I'se always home Young People's Division of the
: bit Chasers on the "poHnum tiall"
before I could
>lth the first to say anything
you/ hop wagon Frostburgand Starke Church and the
of life are always failures. pastor
"What do ? Crowder
Broken-heartedly, Blake arrang- get back to work! And don'tthink you mean I who In also counselor for the
demanded. God hall a will for life.
d a cushion of leaves for him. He you got away with anything, P tj f every League Union.
atted I'm two "I had a little business on the God did not Just create us and putus
[ it down! with his hands putting days more on
: ass time!" side while I was working for the In this world to flounder around All young people Interested In

"EnOCh eyes filled with tears. your Blake waved his hand and sat Bullet Line," Blake said. When we were born God making this trip should contactone
the you hear the names down. "If the jr "What was that?" Arnold asked stood at our cradle with a wonderful of the three above named director .
men that you'll stop roaring
kidnapped you? r coldly plan for each of us. Moat and arrange to be excused
t and and
asked. stomping foaming at the ,f .
of have been from school for the half day and
The Running slaves, was the cool us stubborn. We
mouth we'll
servant's get through quicker -
voice was weak have also arrange to have a seat reserv-
defied God. We
nd' from his 'From the looks of things," he His purpose for our live We ed In the bus that will be used for 1
Was white "
."d gentlemen he said pointedly, "that might be have refused to heed his romm-d. transportation.The .
with he continued. "As I
; difficulty "Morgan !I your business, too." We have stood still when lIe said, Wednesday night prayer
( figure it I dol-
Crowder." owe you sixty-two
"It might," Arnold said with "Forward March" We have turn- meeting service will be conductedat
Morgan?" lars for the time, six dollars court
Blake exclaimed. vreturntdDlaYt98un 7:3O: o'clock and cordial Invitation
dangerous politeness. ed our back at the swollen streamof a
What did ah do to them?" costs and fifty-five cents for tobacco is extended to all.
"And he tore up an affidavit and difficulties. We have refused j
.'nocn pleaded. "What did he want drawn from the supply! Arnold imll f and, / threw it In my face Said I to walk the thorny way, but have Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'

'1 shoot me for? Why can't dey room. That makes sixty-eight" fit- 3 vas no plantation owner!" he said chosen to go the easy road. Veryow clock Paul B. Kern, Bishop of

u* alone? Why hold onto ty-five. Is that correct? He drew angrily. of us are all we could have Florida, will address the worker

')'ld Mlstah Blake Jes' lemme some money from his pocket. Amanda said with conviction. "You're all right, fella. You got Blake addressed himself to Ar- been. The fact that we are any- and interested Church People of

Your hand a minute Jes' "What are you talking about? | "Starkey! Susan was offendedby plenty of nerve," he said. "Most nold, completely Ignoring Crowder. thing at all In due to the power the Jacksonville District In the

Starkey demanded. I"I'm i the comparison. would have been for and of God First Methodist Church of JackHonvllle. .
The men whining "I see you don't pick them for grace a soverlgn who
Negro! fell back, dead. Blake buying out, Blake an- "Exactly. Starkey asked me to their lives" their brains." He turned back to would not let us go when we were Other speakers of prominence

tared for a long time holding nounced. marry him one moonlit evening Turning his hend, Blake noted Crowder!' "How could I grab the stubborn and mean. Practicallyall will also be present and

[Ick the tears that wanted to "Oh, no you're not. You're going I when. I was a mere filly. I kickedup with relief that Arnold was no :.lave while you were waving an of \its are broken vessels in the everyone !is most cordially Invited
veil from back to that Frostburg I
his eyes. right my heels and. said I'd give him longer covering him. He grinned affidavit ?" he demanded. hands of the potter. If our God to attend

Morgan and Crowder," he re'ate.1 stable and I his answer the next day. Twenty boyishly. Arnold nodded. "Sounds reason- hat not been a kind and gracious
,'n over and over again. "Mor- "There it is! "Blake years later and he didn't even "Say you poke. about a big- able," he agreed, but Crowder Potter, He would have thrown healing and salvation to his house.

et and Crowder. He rose to his "Do you want it? Inapped.// bring up the subject at all. ger game, mister Any chance of continued to question Blake away some of us completely. But We need lens to follow the leadership .

slowly, and turned to Davey. Starkey stood' there "Blake's not like that. And he me getting in it?" "After you got the slave, what He has taken the broken vessels of men today than the

We'll Not bury him here" h9 said. "You" aln t through with me I hasn't quit his job." There was a "You are in It," Arnold replied. did you do with him? Who'd you of our lives and remade them, not leadership of Jesuit.

going to take him back ?" yet! he threatened. I sudden!' hope in her voice. "Maybehe's "Keep riding." well him to? Tell me that, Into vessels! of honor, but Into Let everyone who believes In

l\'ey'Im asked!' respectfully. As Blake turned to go. a Negro I gone to Frostburg. Maybe he A few minutes later they came Blake thought quickly. "I didn't just ordinary vessels. If we could Jesus follow Him and listen to

:ake not going back Davey," entered.,. but thinks I'm still there. Maybe we'd in sight of a log cabin. Before It, sell him because he got away. hear the voice of God He would bespeaking HH! voice.

replied grimly. "There are 'Scuse me, Cap'n Starkey, better take the stage there." on a narrow dirt road, stood several When you were kicking up sucha like this"I wanted you

nTto" of things' I've got to at- Mr. Arnold wants to see you over barred the to the saddled horses. As Blake and row around the stable I had him to be something wonderful. I had. T.MIKKNAC'LH; :
Amanda way
In in the saloon.nodded. Hearing Arnold's door. "Don't run after him" she Arnold came up, three men em- hidden In the hay loft. But whenI big plans for you. I am sorry you Last Friday night an interesting

as Cumberland, Captain Starkey Starkey started. Star- said firmly. "Walt twenty years erged from the cabin, mounted went' to get him, he'd gone would not let me make you Into Bible message was delivered.
grimly leading the sheriff name, connected and galloped toward them slipped through my fingers like a the kind of vessel you could have Special music )is always featuredon
and there isn't any pain
ward notice this
:InfO, the station of the Bullet key, however, didn't the ; I with It especially If he looks like "These your friends?" Blake greased pig." been. I had to go against your these programs. Next Friday

Inside, Puff was standing he was picking up money asked lightly. Arnold turned to Crowder. "So stubborn will. You resisted me night another meeting will beheld

;lard over a rather frightened Blake had offered him. and shoving I Starkey.Susan turned back disconsolately "Yes picked for their loyalty that' how you lost the beggar" when I tried to mold the clay, butI Everyone' Is cordially invited
It Into his pocket.As and straight shooting," was he said. love you. I have not thrown to attend.
"I Blake ,
Id' got him In there," Starkey Starkey determinedto Far out on a mountain road the significant reply. "I didn't lose him," Crowder you away. As far an this world is Thursday night February 2:,

"We'll They entered the station. went along with him Arnold, without Blake, following Arnold at a discreet "That sounds like a warning. If said sourly. "I caught up with him concerned, I have done the best I the Rev. J. S. Flacks of :Minuet-\ .

keg sweat It out of him if itau get a look as Affecting distance, turned into a cow- you've got any doubts about me, and done my job all right. could for you. When you get to polls Minn., will be here for a

winter, Starkey said exciting Starkey's suspicion.he did not path, carefully steering his horse I'll say 'Thanks for my life,' and I Blake's mouth was a grim white heaven and look into the face of pedal service He la bringing a

termloedly He turned! to a friendliness from the underbrush But a be on my way." line as he realized he was standing my Son and become: like Him. you party with him. He comes recommended -

vey, feel, he walked beside him. ASI away rustle had reached Arnold. Handon Arnold studied him for a moment face to face with Enoch's mur- will then be wonderful but you I by Dr W. L. Petlnglll(

ith"AM! right! I've fooled around Starkey hastened his pace, Blake I his holster, he turned to see ; then he smiled and reach derer! could have been wonderful even I who Is well-knowa to the pn'a'

"0 flays you u for enough.two days Nobody now don't and followed suit."Where you. gain' ?" Starkey de- I Blake's horse emerge from a ing for Blake's gun, returned it ( To be continued) here In this world of sin." of Starke.

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-- -- evidenced by certificate 870 of 19- all aub..equenomitted or levied highest! and bent bidder for cash to
MORE SOCIETY 27, Lots IS, 16 of Block 8 of Hampton taxes will be cold to the highest satisfy and pay said decree, fees Still Coughing
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Park evidenced by certificate bidder at the Courthouse door In and all Court cost and expenses j I
376 of 1929; Lot. 8, 9, 10 11. 12, 13, Starke on the 3rd., day ot March, Holll V Knight, '
Merry Birthday Party 14 of Block 8 of Hampton Park A D...1039 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. A. 'Special Master In Chancery. No matter how'! many m
1S77 evidenced by certificate (77 of 1929; Dated thin the llfJa.! day of February John A. H. Morphree, So/ Itor for you have tried for Your 1
For'..Richard JCidd J Jr. J -- Second -Ci Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas _. I tatlon. you may get relief
Entered sMatter --- --- ----
: Mr. :?
Published Weekly on Fridays 83 Richard Kldd, Jr., son of 878 of 1929; and certificate Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford : Creomulston. Serious no,tt.

at the Post Office at Starke, Florida and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, waa honored 1531 of 1933 embracing all the a- County. Florida. 2.17 :3t 3-3 I i be brewing and you cannot troub !
afternoon by his boys parcel of Hampton Park, ALL FORMS OF I 1 to take a chance wlthw eta
described Block 8, Hampton
a* NOTICH OF SPECIAL MASTER'S less potent than Creomulalb
mother when she gave a birthday Park Sea. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E.. MALE ,
E. Matthews_Editor and Owner for goes right to the Mat ot bS?
and unpaid the
representing und.rand
Notice In hereby given that
his third anniversary INSURANCEPLEASE i iI aids
party celebrating: the year 1926 to 1939, both Inclu by virtue of a final decree of iI and nature to soothe i and?'
MEMBER at the home of Richard's rive amounting to 161 69. foreclosure entered In -a certain the Inflamed mucous tnemh>
Mrs Emma Canova. ALSO: Lot 1 2. 8, 20, 21. 93 Blk pending In the Eighth Judicial Circuit I etphletlnd and expel
PRESS I I grandmother, 9 Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate Court of Florida, In and For PHONE 146 "
>Rut\ The Valentine colors were car 171 of 1927; Lot 4 6 Blk 9 Bradford County, In Chancery, Even U other remedies have
ASSOQAIUI'I ried out in the decorations, red Hampton Park evidenced by certificate wherein n. B. WHITEHEAD I* the I don't be discouraged; t.nu"
.. I ., In of hn; Lota 12, 13. 14, Plaintiff. and HENRY FRIEDMANand sion. Your druggist Creo
and white sweet peas and red 16, 16. 17, 18, 19 of Block 9 of Hamp- ROBERT BACHKACH, If living, HAROLD C. WALL I III is authorized
azaleas being used in profusion. ton Park evidenced by certificate and If dead the helm, devisee, and I thoroughly satisfied with the a t
861 of 2139: Blk 10 of Hampton grantees of said persons and all btti
SUBSCRIPTION RATE After presenting lovely gifts to Park evidenced by certificate No. parties claiming Interests under II AgencyAgcy. fits obtained. Creomulalon ta
the handsome honor guest, S72 of 192T; Block 11 Exrept lots 1, aid HEN It Y FRIEDMAN and ROBERT I word ask for It plainly, see OIl
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance young 2, 3, 4, 6, 6. of Hampton Park, evidenced BACHRACH, deceased or otherwise Est. Over 50 Years name on the bottle thatll.
the children enjoyed pia y i n g by certificate 873 of 19271: In and to the following described and youll get the wSwJXgSfc
Advertising Rates on Application games. The merry makers were Lot 1, 2. 3, 4. 6, 8 of Block 11. property, to-wit: and the relief you want. !
Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate N"ftl and SKi of SI2V4, of Sec. 24; (Adv j
L- __ Invited Into the dining room for 335 of 1928, Block 12 of. NEVi, NM, of SEw, NV of SWViS'4 --J
refreshments, and the dining table Hampton Park evidenced by certificate of NW:}4 and the W% of the ''I
YOU AND TilE OTHER 129,999,999 836 of 1928; Block 13 of 8\VV of BV/y, of Sec. 23; 8Vj, Sft
was centered by a large birthday Hampton Park evidenced by certificate of NKVt, KH of NWVi, of Sec. 22;; FUNERAL DIRECTORMy

Several months ago the Telegraph received a little folder cake iced in white and ornamentedwith 1532 337 of of 1933 1928 embracing; Also Certificate all of- Kant Bll.ln, Township 7 South, Kan(re 22 Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render

red hearts and three red the above described parcel of the Defendant, wherein I, Hol-
entitled "The Economic Outlook, privately printed and distributed are EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SfrJCVlLt:
candles. Hampton Park described an All Ifs V. Knight, was appointed Special
by G. Weaver of Detroit Michigan. We Block 9 Except Lot 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, Master to execute said decree, that MODERATE PRICESDeWITI'
Henry Mrs. Kldd served cups of ice II and All nik 10. 11, 12, 13 I have levied upon the above des-
have never heard of Mr. Weaver before or since, and might cream and Individual cakes top- Hampton Park Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. cribed property In Bradford Coun C.
II. 22 K., and representing unpaid ty, Florida. Starke, Floridar'dathzq
r never hear of him again, but the thought he advanced was ped with red hearts, and the fav- taxes for the year. 1926 to 1039! And that I shall on the 6th day
ors were red balloons, little valentines both Inclusive, amounting to 1129.- of March 1939 within the legal
so worthwhile and could be of such lasting benefit to the 28.ALSO hours of sale. In front of the South
(1\ and red suckers. AssistingIn Block 14 of Hampton Park, Court House door In the City ofStark.
\ entire; world that we are not content to let our copy of his serving the birthday feast were Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 K. .. Bradford County Florida ; '
,. The taxes to be sold are evidenced offer said land for sale, and sell adthe ROAD MATEJUAJjl
pamphlet lie idle, but will pass its message on in the belief Mrs. Emma Canova, Mrs. R. G. by certificate No*. 374 and 1538 title and interest of the aforesaid
KifM Sr., of Richmond Va., Mrs. of 1927 and 1933 respectively, and Defendants In the same, to the
! that whoever reads it will derive some degree of inspiration represent unpaid taxes] for the years
B. and Ann .
George Flynn Betty 1926 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIn
r.nd stimulation from its content. He writes as follows: Flynn to 13600. flu
I' ALSO: Lot 7. 8, 9. 10, 11 of Blk LIT fcU COOK FOR
I Call it recession call it slump call it soft market 15 of Hampton Park, evidenced by
a a ,
I Mrs. O. E. Stansuury certificate 662 of 1930: Block 16 except YOU! I'LL DO A
Lot 9, 10, 11, 19. 20. 21 and
strike call it anything please-but I kind
cr a buyers -
i Entertains Auxiliary 22 In Hampton Park, evidenced by BETTER JOB FOR
of) wish folks would stop talking to me about it-that is, I certificate 876 of 1927; Lot 19, 20
The members of the Ladies'Auxiliary of
I Block 16 of Hampton Park, evidenced HALF THE MONEY! '
" unless something NEW to different by certificate 380 of 1929;
they've got say, or a way of the PresbyterianChurch Also Certificate 1EH of 1433 em.

of repeating something that's old. were entertained at their bracing all the above described

I regular meeting Tuesday afternoonby ed parcel all Lot of 7 Hampton, R, 9, 10, Park 11 of Block deHcrlh-15 How 10
As a matter of fact, I wouldn't mind generating a little the president, Mrs. O. E. Stans- and All Block 16 except, lots 8. 9, K1 ReduceN

In her home which decorated 10. 11, 21, 22 Hampton Park, Seo.
hard times gossip of my own if I felt it would do any goodor bury, was 31-32 Tp. 7.South Kanire 22 K., andrepresenting

I be able to make construc- In the Valentine motif. Arrangements unpaid taxes for the
even if thought might some
of azaleas and narcissi years 1926 to 1934, both Inclusive, 'v
tive contributions the lines of rhetorical effects- amounting to $46.IS. ,,,ROIL
new carrying out the color ALSO: Block 17 of Hampton Park, future Taxes

but that's just the trouble. It seems that all the various scheme were placed to advantageIn evidenced 28; Block 18 by except certificate Lot 338 I. 2.of 3 19-4.

ways of describing a recession were highly perfected and the living room. 6, 6, 7. of Hampton Park evidencedby
certificate 377 of 1927; Lots 1,
Mrs. K. G. Duncan ioa: the de- 4
widely circulated almost ten and they 2. 3, 4 of Blk 18 Hampton Park .
ago now are
years ,
votional, which consisted of evidenced by Certificate 445 of 1931; \I
becoming a bit hackneyed.I've scripture, prayer and song, and Lots 5, 6. 7 of Blk 18 of Hampton -
Park evidenced by certificate 381 of ;:; With future taxes promising to"ee j
gave some interesting remarks on 1929 Blk 19 of Hampton evid-
; Park +
got a suspicion that there are very few of us who "The American Negro and Africa." enced by certificate 378 of 1927! -. forbidding height, here'. one way to]

are in a position to help the general situation through talk Mrs. Stansbury presided over Blk.certificate 20 of Hampton 379 of Park 1927 evidencedby ; Blk. 21 reduce the tax-burden for yourself and your children

I alone. I've got a hunch that maybe the best way for me, and the business meeting at which ,I certificate of Hampton 380 Park of 1927.evidenced Blk 22 by of in years to come: Insist that all new roads built

time the following officers were Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate in your part of the state have a Llmerook-baie.. *A*
all the rest of us, to help out is to buckle down, dig in, and do 381 of The new Duo-Therm oil-burn *
1927 Blk 23 of Hampton
I unanimously elected for the ; -
en- road base material Limerock is Florida's
Park, evidenced ing give clean, fast, a great tax
by certificate range you
as good a job on our job as some of the professional pessi-. )
suing year: Mrs. C. F. Ward, vice-
339 of 1928; Blk 24 of Hampton thrifty heat-at a cost: that' saver because it is everlasting. The cost of Limerock
mists are doing on theirs.I president, and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Park evidenced by certificate 340 less than half the average; coat: I
of 1928; Blk 25 of Hampton Park base highways lower
treasurer. Also during the business of manufactured gait! .
recall the story of the young minister who was sent meeting annual reports from evidenced Blk 26 of by Hampton certificate Park 341, evidenced of 1928; It bring gas convenience any f !lj that of any other eo-c.Ucci

to some far-away, sparsely settled section of the country to all ifcefor eoln eaotl etaoin taoi of by Hampton certificate Park 342 evidenced of 1928; Blk by certificate 27- where-escorts coal: wood, permanent-type, pavement

his noble calling. Some time later the Bishop asked all officers and committee chair- 3H3 of 1927; Blk 28 of Hamp- ashes, dirt and nuisance right .,. far lower,In the long run:?
pursue ton Park, evidenced by certificate out of your kitchen, perma r 4
how he men were given. A summary of *4.1 of 1928; Hilt 29 of Hampton nently. than temporary hard-iur
doing the ambitious fellow
was whereupon .
young the year's work was read by the Park evidenced by certificate 344 Ask about EASY PAYMENTS facing because there Is n0
of 1928; Also certificate 1535 of our
expressed his discouragement that he exerting
by saying was president.
933.. embracing all the above described costly replacement probl.m'every
little influence 'a bird Following the business meeting parcel of Hampton Park
so on humanity that he felt like tiny "
social described as Bike.. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, few yeare.jAr No prop.
pecking at a barren mountain of stone. The Bishop a hour was enjoyed. Mrs. 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 27, 28, 29 Hamp- t{!}".H-;>, .> ..t-:4'x": : $,'.. "-'
away < Limerock-base
K. G. ::i11j! road
Duncan acting as postmistress ton Park. Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 > ; S>

answered, "Yes, but just look at the good it will do for your I of the Valentine postofflce, the 1-J.] and year represent 1926 to unpaid 1939 both taxes Inclusive for- ... ............' ,- :r.i f. in Florida has ever required
beak !" delivered a valentine to each guest amounting to fnifion.. replacement. When the all
ALSO::, : Blk 30 of Hampton
after which the hostess served a ( weather, non-skid ..urfatewears
So, here and now, I'm declaring a sort of individual tempting refreshment course, repeating 2S evidenced; Blk. 31 by of certificate Hampton, Park 345 park'i : } after '
moratorium on discussing the general economic situation. In the color scheme of red enced by certlflcater.346 of 1928; ..;>.: ,,;"j <&c itu, many years
Blk 82 of Hampton Park, evidencedby ,'" of use It is simple and very

fact, I'm thinking about putting a sign on my door to readas and white. Hampton certificate Park 347 evidenced of J928: Blk by certificate 33 of- ;. .. inexpensive to apply a new surface It takea fewer

follows: HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ton Park 348 of evidenced 1928; Hlk by 34 certificate of Hamp- :;y'i:. .j< tax-dollars to maintain Llmerock-base roads In per

A personal appeal to-luncheon companions, tonsorial Rev. W. T. McGuire will fill 349 Park of, evidenced 1928; Blk by 35 certificate of Hampton 350 feet condition.: Only Limerock offers true, longrange ;

his regular appointment at the of 1928; Blk 36 of Hampton Park, econumy In road-building. A Limerock bate It
artists, radio commentators, brother lodge members, chronic evidenced by certificate 351 rf 19- '
Hampton Christian Church Sunday Lilted .. the life of
28 I a good highway. everlasting, resilient,
; Ilk 37 of Hampton Park evidenced
dyspeptics, forensic forecasters, itinerant statisticians, and morning and evening at 11 o'clock0'1'11' by certificate 35? of It28! ; Underwriter Standard by' indestructible. Limerock-base roads are unsurpassed<
Hilt 38 of Hampton Park evidenced -
other harbingers of ill tidings- :\' ] or "H.I'1 01" 'I'\X bv certlflcRta 3a3 of 1928; LaboratoriesDUOTHERM fpr smooth riding-comfort. Insist on Limerock-bast
Blk 39 of Hampton Park, evidenced 1 -
(<< It'I'I''U'\'I':1:
GREETINGS If it's general business conditions you Notice In hereby given that II. Y. by certificate 354 of I92S; Blk 40 I highways reduce your future taxes.
Saxon, has filed with me written Except Lot 13. 14. 22, 21, 24 of
want to discuss, I'm afraid I won't be very helpful becauseI'm request. that the tax certificated. together Hampton park, evidenced by certificate

only a detail worker and don't know anything about the or with levied all taxes subsequent held by omitted the. 1536 of 38.1 1933 of, 'embracing 1927 Also Certificate all the above oil-hurning

broad economic outlook. Just for the sake of argument, State highest be bidder ailvei-tlned for cash and an Bold providedby to the Park described described parcel all Bike of 30 Hampton 31, &2, /lOjjfJ@f

Chapter 18296 of the 1917: acts 23, 84, 36, 36, 37, 38. 39 and all of RANGE
however, I'm willing to grant that things are mighty bad, of the Li'Kli>latiiret upon the following 40 except lots 13. 14, 22, 23, 24
described real entate In the Hampton Park, Sec. 31.32 Tp. 7 S
and there's a chance that they might get worse-in propor- 'ounty of Bradford State of Flor. It. 22 Jo:.. and representing unpaid
Ida to-wltt Block 1 of Hampton taxes for the year 19211 to 14.19 QUIGLEY & DAVIS
tion to the time that and I take from
you away our respec- Park evidenced by certificate 830 both inclusive amounting: to 229. o Florida I Inc. FLORIDA
tive jobs to indulge ourselves in dire predictions.I of 1928; Block 2 of Hampton Park, B9. ,
evidenced by certificate 331 of 19281 ALSO: Block 41 of Hampton Park,
Block 3 of evidenced evidenced by certificate 355, Starke
Hampton Park of 19- Florida
don't mean to be impolite and if you've got your heart by certificate 332 of 1928; Block 4 I 28; Blk. 42 of Hampton Park evidenced ,
of Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate by certificate 384 of 1927; Blk
set on the hopelessness of the situation, I don't want to do 387 of 1927; Block S of 43 of Hampton'Park, evidenced by
Hamilton Park evidenced by certificate certificate 356 of 1928: Hlk 44 of
anything to spoil your fun, but as for me-well, I've got 388 of 1927; Alan| certificateNo. Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate -
1521 of 1933 embracing. all of 347 of 1928; Also certificate LOW
work to do. From the broad, overall economic viewpoint, the above described parcels of 1538 of 1933 embracing all the above COST LEADER
Hampton Park described an Hlocki described parcel of Hampton
I'm not contending that my work is important-but from my 1. 2. 3, 4. B of Hampton Park, Heo- Park described as Bike 41. 42. 43, 44
selfish it's important to to think tlon 31-32 Tp. 7 H. K. 22 E., and re- In Hampton Park, Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7
own viewpoint mighty me pr..entlnl"old taxex for the years S. R. 22 K, and represent unpaid
1020 to 1IH9.: both Inclusive, amount taxes for the year 1926 to 1939
that it's
important! ing to |\'I9.42. r both Inclusive amounting to 124. OF 11 GREAT LINE 01' FORDS !
ALSO Block 7. lots 11.
: except 1, 2.
And maybe it could be made a good deal more importantif 3. 20, 2)) .22 Hampton Park Sec.: 31- ALSO: N11'/ of NWV4 and All W't
32 Tp. 7 S. U. 22 E. of NWV4 E of River I Sir: II Tp. 6H.
I'd dig in and do a better job because, to be prefectly hon- The taxes to be Hold are evidenced K. 20 E., containing 100 Acre At lower than '
by certificate No,. 369 and 11130of The taxes to be sold are evidenced prices last year's Ford V-8, the 1939
est about it, there are lots of things about my work that I 11)27) and 1933 respectively and by certificate No*. 21 and 59 of Ford V-8 is bigger than before better-looking
represent unpaid taxes for the yearn 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent better 1
I ought to be doing better, and there are lots of other things 1926 to 193. both. Inclusive amounting unpaid taxes for the year riding, and still quieter. In 3 body types, a choice of $62400 'Neweiel
to 131.41ALSO 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive amount-
: that I ought to be doing that I haven't even begun to do. : I..ot '1,--2: 2. 4, 19, 20. 21. Inn to $163.01.: 60 horse-power or 85. sn YOUR PORO OIALII TODATI Sltt*o>rwmnf tlr*
22 of Block 8 of Hampton Park Said tax certificate together with
I'm not saying that this is true of everybody else, but I IS THI DILIYIAIDlltl

, just assuming (again or argument cart of the low-price field -No front it for the 60 h.p Tudor
I MIGHT be true of others, then the taking care of each individual --- NOTICER. --- starts bobbing, level stops or dipping.level nde.. Level Sedan tf/uetrarecf and in-
V-TTPE S-CYLDTOEB ENGINE cludfm mil th. follow in t:
situation alone might be enough to pick up the slackin Eight cylinders give smoothness SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFING Bumpers and four bumps

general conditions.In Small cylinders give economy. Noises hushed for quiet ride. guards Spare wheel, tics
E. A. UsersWe and tube Cigar lighter '
this land of the free and home of the brave, with a BRAKES-Easy. PIlCES-Ad..ertiaedprices Twin air-electric horns'DUAl
acting quick straight stops. many items of desirable windshield/ wipers Sun via, *
population of 130,000,000 people-all created free and equalI TRIPIE-CUSHIONID equipment. Foot control for headlight
have complete line of COMFORT
a high quality beam. with indicator oo iatrument '
estimate that my individual responsibility figures out at New flexible ro3-edge seat rush-

about one-one hundred and thirty millionth of the' total job I : Electric Wire and Fixtures lexis hydraulic,soft transverse shock absorbers.springs, four iw paneL

This microscopic little bit is my quota of the entire job, I

so to speak, and I think-if my health stays good and I can i I Hy-Grade Electric Lamps

keep clear of the knockers-that I'll be able to make it. Even ;' .

if I do it won't add much to the general economic welfare-'I 15 to 200 Watt in stock at all times

but just multiply that little bit by 130,000,000 and then-

WELL MAYBE YOU'VE GOT SOMETHING I All lamps from 15 to 60 Watt 15c each

I I'an

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one-one hundred and thirty millionth of the vast economic

picture of these great United States, but when you get downto
or Table In Latest Designsand
facts and figures that is just what it amounts to. If each J I

one of us would, for a brief period of time, divert his attentions Models a

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