Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02686
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02686
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:!t,, DIE Washington's birthday was appropriately -IIN PLANE
observed at TO THURSDAY
+JtII the Rotary

Club here Wednesday witha Property For Post OfficeDURDEN
playlet, "When Washington Was '
y CHAIRTODAY A Boy," presented by members of J I CRASH FREEZE '

the Third Grade (Mrs. Ethel ._- .

r Biggs teacher), assisted by the _
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Rhythm Band of the Second < Defendants Notified To Appear In District

nge Dies Willingly Grade (Mrs. H. C Ritch teacher). Little Town of Ear I ton Late Cold Will{ Postpone : Court On April 6 Suit 'Will t'

llysler Gets 30- Dressed In colorful costumes of Has Exciting I Peak of Season Probably Be Contested

Day ReprieveVhat Washington's day-the little girls Sunday I II J JVeeks _
,In hoopsklrts. and the
boys in I Notice of condemnation proceedings will begin publication
to be one of the knee pants and white wigs-five A majority of fruit and bloom
proml-cd couples danced the i I "I wish he'd fa.llinto the lake!" in the Telegraph next week ordering all persons Inter-
stately minuet on strawberry plants throughout
days In the history of the i I The words were uttered by an ested in or having liens
gent as a special feature of the enter- Bradford County fell before an upon, property sought by the gov-
tctrlc chair at the State Prison talnment. |1 irate fisherman, angered by the onslaught of late winter cold ernment as a postoffice site here to appear in United States

,rtn near here, simmered downa The Rotary Club program was I! stunt flying of an airplane pilot which brought readings as low as District Court in Jacksonville on April 6, This will be the

routine matter as only one in charge of E. L. Williams, principal day over afternoon.Of peaceful .Santa Fe Lake Sun- 26 degrees to official government rt \ t7t second move in the suit by which the government seeks to

(the three notorious condemnedn of B. H. S., who made a short course, in reality, the fisherman thermometers here early Thurs obtain property on Call Street for

| went to his death at the ap- talk on the value of musical training I wished nothing of the sort. day morning. the purpose of erecting a $70,000

luted time Monday morning. In our public schools. He But scarcely had the words left Berry production already at a government building. LIs jjendens
stated that such programs as the low ebb as the result of freezing
: his mouth when 2nd Lt. Theodore
I Gern (notice of "suit ) was
POU! Fried Bunge, Tampa Rotarians had pending"
just enjoyed would Proxmlre, Jr., U. S. Army pilot temperaturei a month ago, will
poetic tendencies, paid not be filed for record in the office of the
\ with possible! without the fine of Lake Forest, Ill, attempted a probably not emerge from the lull
It h hl9! BUNdE-MONOAY work being carried on by Mrs. "barrel roll" close to the water, now until the last of March. If clerk of the circuit court here last

for the E. Wall and Mrs. H. C. Brown.Mr. A'j I' one wing dipped below the surface matters could have been arranged week

rder org tli Williams also gave a detailed and the silver plane, as if snatched differently, and this week's The suit, In which the United
| wifed report of the financial side under by a huge unseen hand, freeze eliminated from the schemeof States of America is petitionerand

two of the year's athletic season, showIng crumbled at the impact and sank things, the first of'March would "certain lands, lying and beingin
Jllclren. Itid that gate receipts and guaran- slowly in fifteen feet of water. have seen mass production of ber- the Town of Starke County of

teen tees did not meet expenses, and The young flier was killed Instantly ries from this area where acreage. Bradford State of Florida etc.,
I s inten- suggested that a county fair of Is the largest in reGent years w i n et al." are defendants, names the

lon he;ilid some sort be promoted In orderto His companion, 2nd Lt. Bud Only around 3,600 crates were following persons, firms and corporations -

to meet the deficit. Marks, in another plane, sought shipped from the county duringthe I as being Interested In.
Ripe I oute vainly for a landing place when he past seven days, almost 1,000 or having liens upon, the property
entire FIRE DAMAGES saw the plight of Proxmlre and less than the week ,before which desired: S. Inez Green and Floyd
nily, butfailed finally In desperation, crackedupas in turn, showed a slight decreaseas Green; Luther G. Powell Nat
I tohi KNIGHT HOMEFire he attempted to set his plane compared with its predecessor. Sternberg and Enos W. Haye.8, as

I himself down in a freshly plowed field not Prices remained good, averaging trustees for Bradford Lodge No.
jier doing evidently catching from far from the water's edge. Al- $3.50 per crate, and ranging froma 35. Free and Accepted Masons; L
fcay with sparks falling on a single roof, though his ship nosed over and low of $325: to a high of 400. REVIEWS I MAY LEAVEWPA A. Davis; E. K Perryman and

\ e other )I completely ruined the kitchen and came to rest flat on its' back In a The week's movement brought SEASON Lois Peek Perryman; Mrs. Eva

tree. Hei upper story of H. V Knight's badly damaged condition. Marks growers around $12,000. Fernandez guardian; U.!: W, Hayes
d re residence on Walnut Street short was only slightly injured. Total shipments for the season A. A. Durden, conservation officer JOBS as tax collector of Bradford County -

| (11 announced his willingnessdie ly after noon Sunday. The downstairs Flames from burning gasoline from here stand at" around 652- I for this district, thin week ; Carl Johns as tax collector of

and walked to his death was badly damaged by spread over the water where Prox- 000 pints for which'growers have I made the following\ statement- to the City of Starke; and the Bonk

1 morning with a calmness water and Mr. and Mrs. Knightand mire's plane crashed only 200 received approximately $52,000. I members of the Sportsmen's Club AND RETURN of Starke.
astounded spectators gatherin family are making their tem- feet from shore. Although the Plant The property which the Govern-
City have and the citizens of the
home in growers shipped county: .
the state's tiny execution porary the Brinson resl- accident occurred at 4 o'clock in 13,935.531: pints I ment seeks is described as 'beI -
". dence on xr ,nut St t with estimated "A. the season has nasal. .. I
a ree ust it the --- -" -
--- the afternoon, it was almost mid returns 0{ $1,299::58L uniciai bays Berry I ginning at a point Being the intersection
extensive take this opportunity to thank
BThe elecHicution repairs on their home night before the plane was laboriously 1 I of the easterly side of
II IM I Jl U I Pickers Safe In
McCALL-TODAYT can be made. the public for the support given
of tugged Into shallow water South Court Street with the south-
ankllnerce The blaze was discovered by a and the young flier's mangled body PLAY TONIGHT me in protecting the game In 1938. QuittingWPA erly side of West Call Street r rum

Me- negro servant who went into the could be extracted from the twist- 'AT SCHOOL HOUSEThe I feel that we are making great nlng thence South 73 degrees 30

11, coned yard to attend to some chore. At ed mass of wreckage. headway us I have just completed clients, who wish to resign minutes East along the southerly
kid- that time the kitchen roof was Residents of Earlton and others public is notified that the a canvass of the county and have side of West Call Street a distance -
pper o f the only part afire, but a brisk who saw the unscheduled''drama comedy drama "Jiej Gypsy Lover made a thorough check on the their jobs during the strawberry of 105 feet to a point) thence
tIe James wind spread the-flames 'rapidlyand from beginning to end:' aay' that ," being sponsored tonight by the number of birds we are carryingover picking season, will be re- South 16 degree JO minutes Westa

PileyCaah,:'M { the upper half "of the house the planes had been stunting over ( Woman's Club, ,wHl be presentedat which, from the best (Information employed on thejr} projects when dfstance of JOO feet to a point;
as post-! was almost gone before firemen the lake for at least forty-five I the high school auditorium Instead I can obtain from our good their outside work has terminated thence NortttJ TS:!')idegrees 30 minutes
farmers, seems to be at least 1- I '
|med until could check the blaze. minutes. They would swoop down < of In the club building, as The announcement was made by West a 'distance of 15: feetto
o'clock Almost all of the family's clothIng clone to toe water, rise high, and formerly announced. 000 coveys of quail-a substantial J M. Williams a point; thenc T North -73 degrees -*
,' Increase over the number carried state director of
18 morn- was destroyed as well as a then drop down to the surface u- Something really unusual In the 30 minutes West a distanceof
| last .
is (Frl- good bit of furniture. Mr. Knightwas gain. Spectators who thronged I way of entertainment' is promised : over yeuri WI'A Division of Employment. 15: feet to a point; thence South

E>y> and away from, home at the time the docks anti fishermen, In nearby and the laughs, provided by a local i "I attribute this increase to the Inquiry into the matter was 16 degrees '30 minutes West a

ems des .' and was not aware of the fire un- boats say it was the "prettiest I talent cast, are said to come fast I following factors: 1 Sunday closing made by County Agent. T. K. distance of 20 feet to a point;
oed toke I' til confronted by the dismal pic- flying you ever saw" but that they and furious. as Sunday used to be the McClane, Jr., following many complaints thence North 73 degrees' 30 minutes \
place ture upon his return about 2 frequently Involuntarily ducked I Following are the hardest day we had on blrdx 2. West a distance of 90 feet to ,
ones who will received by his office from
Bileaa some o'clock. their heads for fear the planes take part in the It was a hot, dry season, which a point in the easterly side of
production: Alan made it hard for dogs to find the strawberry grower who stated
would South'
st strike them. Court Street thence North
m.n- The damage to the house and Sanders, producer' ( and talent I I I ;
le development gives the con- I other property was partially cov- Another story had !it that the scout; John Hall, director; Al Kay ; birds 3. The main thing, I believe they were finding it difficult to 16 degrees 30 minutes East along

joined man another lease. one ered by Insurance. young fliers were acquainted with Carlisle, J, D. Griffla, Charles.i that helped us most of all hire pickers enough- to take care the easterly side of South Court v
-4 a girl from Detroit who was visit- Pender, Mrs N D. Wainwright, was the fact that many of our of the crop. It in a WPA regulation Street a distance of 120 feet to
friends Earlton and ; larger farms were posted. that a client must the of "
ing at that accept priv- point beginning.
Clyde Jr. MlHS
the. third man 4-H OFFICERS Steinberg, and Mrs. '
|hose execution had been set for they had written her they would j I Ralph Cox. "I am also reliably informed ate employment if offered him. Judge Ferryman stated Wednesday
nday ELECTEDNelson fly over the lake during the after- I that we have around 30 grown Mr. Williams made the follow- ; that he would contest the
Mr. Hall
lorn HYSLKU: -SOON? I noon. It is considered likely that the whose direction wild turkeys in a certain sectionof ing statement: "Please be advised I suit Spokesmen for the local
I ng.n. Moore was elected president i the spectacular flying was an at- play hal been staged, has hadA I the county, and one hen Is said I that WPA regulation provide Masonic lodge stated that they
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6.- of the Starke 4-H Club ata tempt to attract her attention -- y .u to De setting now. With a continu- that: certified workers. who, since had not been officially notified of

fc a thirty- meeting held here Monday. Other .since there was no place to landin Kansas the Little Theatre, Mo. movement In I ance of the cooperation that I June 21, 1938 have taken or take the Government's action and had I.

a Y reprl- officers elected at this time were: the vicinity. City have had in the punt, we are going private employment, shall at the not discussed the matter In recent
e in order Charles Priest, vice-president; Entries in the Strawberry Fes- to make Bradford County a good expiration thereof be entitled to weeks.! Both had previously failed -
hat the Carl Edwards, secretary; and i FISH BARBECUE tival baby contest will be presented place for hunting quail and tur- reassignment on a project if he instill to come to agreeable terms for
tat Ralph Nettles, reporter. between acts, and other enter- key and I am going to ask every- in need and if he has lost the transfer of their Interest In the

rdonlngoar 1 e County Agent. T. K McClane,, NEXT WEEK taining features are promised. one to help me to protect the start private employment through no property. Other parties named In

d t Jr., who is in charge of 4-H Club Door prizes, one for men and we now have with wild turkeys. fault of his own." I the notice have> either agreed to 'I
light' bears up tip work in the county, gave a short Widespread Interest Is being one for women, will be given away : Please be on your guard at all ,..-- sell or have only minor InterestsIn
plea for g outline of the program for the new shown in the fish barbecue which The men's prize, a bed times in .trying to help catch and TRIAL DATE the property.
will be by the Young Demo
lamp, was presented by I prosecute anyone caught killing or
Early last fall the Government
men c y year.The cratic Club of Bradford County ter' carpen-I SET FOR NEGROWillie
e was livestock judging team, to March 2. The s drug store, and the molesting turkeys. announced Its selection of the Call
., Thursday night prize, a box of Lelong toilet i C I "You also with the
evicted In represent Bradford County at the soap can help out Street site for the new Starke
general public is invited, as wellas Thomas, Brooker negro
was presented by Canova'a phar quail by not allowing stray dogs f pontofflce for which $70.000 In
aval'ounty annual fat stock show being held members of the club. I I charged with two murders, will
macy. to-prowl the woods, and also to Federal funds had been
Jacksonville this week, was also appropriated -
a s in will take
The event place at the probably go on trial in Jacksonville I
ISfnter this time. W. H. kill all house cats found prowling Dlflcu I ties In acquiringtltl
selected at ,
---- Crystal Lake camp of N. D. Wainwright I during the week of March
.. W. M. HOLLOWAY In. the woods. Dogs and cats are to all of
the desired
f Nelson Moore, property,
a rob- Smith, Jr., and Jr.. president of the of .3, It was Indicated Monday when
ry plan during which Mr. andrs. members of last year's team, will ganlzation. T, Frank landrum is : DIES .very harmful to quail during the State's Attorney William A. Hoi- I however came to a climax thin

J, H. Surrency storekeepers: ; again serve, and the third mem- In charge of arrangements. nesting season owes, III, wan given permissionby : week with the announcement of
ere murdered by two negro ban- ber will be either Ralph Nettlesor Tickets will be placed on sale William M. Holloway, 77, nativeof "I want to assure the people of Circuit Court Judge Bayard n. the start of condemnation proceed
ts. Charles Priest. Last year. The this week-end. Bradford County and former; this county that I stand ready to Shields to arraign the prisoner ings. If the suit comes to trial,

It was a tense moment at the Bradford team, of which Loran state superintendent of public Instruction investigate any report made to yesterday morning. decision In the matter will be left
tate Conner was the third member, died me concerning!: game!: violations and I .. In the hands of a jury as In any
Farm Everett demons Dies last Friday morn- Thomas with
early Monday mornS is charged tne mur-
free will at all times; attempt to bring I I other ordinary trial.
third winning a
when L. F. Chapman, took place Everett Clemons, 43, native of ing in a Jacksonville hospital and der of his slater-ln-law, Annie Bell
tendent of the prison, trip to summer camp. Brooker, died last Friday in Miami funeral services were held Sunday prosecution. against the guilty Dawkins, and Bishop Arnott Dawk- Buildings now standing at the
super'I'I afternoon at 3 o'clock parties. corner of Call and Court Streets,
the In the
main gate and where he was stationed as an Inspector .. Ins, a Jacksonville negro man who
at McCall's Marvin Leach Dies for the State Railroad I Riverside Baptist Church. ----- Thomas blamed for recent troubles and shown in the pictur'q at left

en postponed in order to give his Marvin Leach 14-year-old son Commission.He i Mr, Holloway was born MAYOR SETS with his wife. The Duwklns wom- above, will be torn down In the

torneys opportunity to appeal toe of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leach of is survived by his widow, 'New River section of this county I GOAL AT $200Dr. an was killed by a shotgun blastIn event office the site is secured for the

United State's Supreme Court, Starke, died Tuesday of uremia in Fannie T. Clemons, two and spent fifty years of his life her back when Thom mistook post building.

'porters and photographers from the Alachua County Hospital at Georgia Ann, and Mary daughters'l as a teacher in the public school W. E. Mlddleton, mayor her for his wife. The murders OFVRAYEROBSERVED
far away as New York City Gainesville. He had been ill since two sons Henry and system' of Florida serving 12 announced yesterday that he had occurred on January 23. DAY

d 1 been gathering at the prison i September. A sister, Mrs. Stella Andrews of years as superintendent of public set a goal of $200 to be raised In After the killings Thomas gave

tea since 7 o'clock. Represent- Besides his parents, the boy Is Miami also survives. Instruction In Alachua County this county as a contribution to Duval County police a desperate
'ves of the Associated Press, survived by two brothers, Cecil Funeral services were held at 2 and 8 yean as state superintendent. the Stephen Foster Memorial chase which ended at Whltehouse Women of various church de-
e United Press,. and the Inter- o'clock Sunday afternoon from the when he crashed Into in
and Jimmie, and a sister Miss fund. Last week he proclaimedthe a truck nominations in Starke will gather
tional News Service spent the Mabel Leach. New Hope Church and interment He began his teaching career asa dates of Feb. 19 through Feb. an automobile stolen from Billy this morning (Friday) at 10 o'-
Sht in Starke hotels In order to Funeral services were held Wed- followed in the New Hope Ceme- young man of twenty years and 25: to be Stephen Foster Memorial Noegel of Starke on his way to clock in St Mark's Episcopal

at the prison bright and early. afternoon at 4 o'clock from tery. retired from the mathematics department Week in cooperation with a simi- Jacksonville to carry out his desperate Church to, observe the World Dayof
As nesday of the Robert f:. Lee
soon lar state-wide by Intentions.
as the proclamation
announcement Lake Church and Prayer: There will be Intercessions
ncerning McCall was made the the Interment Kingsley followed In the Kings- / {Worksheet Deadline high school In Jacksonville. only a I Governor Cone. --- --..- for world peace and world

owd began to dwindle. although ley Lake Cemetery under the direction All farmers were warned yester- year and a half ago ia' I Dr. Middleton says that a con- New WarehouseA { missions together with a brief Instruction -
large In addition to his widow, Abigail -
number remained to see of DeWitt C. Jones. day by County Agent T. K. Mc- tribution to this fund means: new warehouse located directly In prayer by the Rev
e Cone Holloway he is survivedby
execution of Bunge. Pall bearers were Albert Williams !- ,Clane.Jr., that Tuesday, February three daughters andtwo Recognition of America's greatest behind the Bank of Starke Frank Dearing of Crescent City.
--- --- T. L. Lee, Grady Collins\ 28, II the last day on which they sons. composer; construction of the building Is Hearing completion for In the afternoon at 5 o'clock,

istrict Woodman Meet Blggy Conway, Edwin Smith, and may sign up their farms in the world's largest carillon; a tourist the Tip Top Grocery. The cement a short service for the boys and
The Northeast George Silcox. 1939 Agricultural Program. This Deputy Collector Here attraction that will bring thousands block structure will be 22 feet girls of Starke will be held, lastIng
the W Florida District -.--- deadline applies only to farms A deputy collector of the Internal of additional visitors to the wide by 30 feet long, will have a around half an hour.
g at the o.Woman's W. will hold a meet- Births which were not covered by 1938 Revenue Department wll be in I state; world-wide acknowledgement cement floor, steel roof and be At 7:30: o'clock tonight the Day

night Club here FrIy Bennett Wilker- worksheets and to farms which Starke on Saturday, March 4, at of Florida's cultural growth. virtually fire and rat proof, C. H.Naaworthy of Prayer will be closed\ with a
"ck. March 3, at 7:30 o'- Mr. and Mrs. February 19. have changed In size by the purchase the poDtoffice assist taxpayers ,The memorial will be constructed owner of the buildingand service for everyone in which It li
LaCy SOD girl.
conway financialetary Lawtey.and Mrs. Frank Hicks 4 of additional land or the In the preparation of their incometax on the banks of the Suwannee proprietor of the Tip Top hoped the men folk will Join. Mr.

tend urges all members to Waldo Mr., girl February 20. I II sale of some of the property. returns for the year 1938. River' near White Springs said. .... Dearlng will speak

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I 'g lo 153.AHALSO represent unpaid taxes for the years certificate No. 330 was In the name 8 Acres deemed a."ordlnl
ALONG THE :; NW% lit NW% Kx 1 Lot 1926 to 19311.! both Incluulve a- of Charles E. Brooks, and the assessment The taxes to be sold are evidenced erty ," ", HVi
NW "i'r, Mat. 31 Tp 4 1\ K H. 22 rnountlng/ to $31.41. f of Maid certificate No. 428 by ....tfcat. Nos. 438 and 105J to the hlghent butt, 11
RURAL ROUTES !;., 40 Acres ALSO: Lots 1. 2, 8. 4. 19, 20 21, was In th. name of Chas 1. Armstrong of 18.10 respectively and house door on tin ,
Thi- tiiiu's to be sold arc evldenr- 22 of Block 8 of Hampton Park -. represent unpaid taxes for the the month oC Mai\h,
by certificate No.. 298 and 990 evidenced by certificate 370 of 19- Unless laid certificates ..hal be years 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive the 6th., day of Mu, ,
In Fall lim) and 1933 respectively and 27: Lots 15, 16 of Block 8 of Hampton redeemed according to the amounting to $69.83. Bated this Nth ., 11
injured ...... unpaid taxes for the yearn Park evidenced by certificate propertl..1 described therein wil be ALSO: NKVi of B"% & NE' of 1939. i,
: Mrs. B. D. Meads l is handicapped I ( to 1939. both Inclusive, amount 376 of 1929; Lots 8, 9, 10. 11, 12. 13, ...Id to the highest bidder the NWVi' t.". 35 Tp. 6 S. ., 80' (OFFICIAL SEAL>
Uie suit! of to UII.H.AI.KO' 14 of Block 8 of Hampton Park Court house door on the first Mon Acres. Clerk of Circuit f, :;
In getting arouno NWV "f M0' ':% of SW% Sec. evidenced by certificate 377 of 11129: day In the Month of March 193. The taxes to be sold are eveldenced County Florida fil
Ic I a accidental fall at the home of Tp 6 8. It. 22 E.. 10 Acrea. Lots 6. 6. 7, 17, 18 of Block II of which la the 6th., day of A by certificate Nos. 684 1338, and' -.-- '
Meads near Hamp- The taxeH to be old are evidenced Hampton Park evidenced! by certificate D.: 1939. 445 of 1930. 1933 and 1935 respectively : --
W. ,
her son. I I certificate No. 985 of 1933. and 878 of 1929; and certificate Dated this 8th., day of February and represent unpaid ta1..1'' NOTICE TO 111Fh'
ton. Friends will be glad to !' .. unpaid taxes for the 1531 of 1933 embracing all the a- A. I). 1939.OFFICIAL. for the years 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive The Board of ". ; ,'u.'
t know. however that she is Improving ''' 1932 to 1984 both Inclusive, bove parcels of Hampton Park ( SEAL) A. J. amountln.to f19.4. Bradford bids County Pi ,," .
: celve until !
) to 3246. described as Block 8, Hampton Clerk of Circuit Court of D dToa"J ALSO: Blk to "'
and can walk about with I ALSO: Lot 1. 3, 4 Of Blk 29 LlT- Park Sec. 81-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E., County, Florida. 2-11 Town of Starke In NEV of HWVi (ar,1 13th 1939 0', ,, t

the aid of a cane. : I .. 011. Truby & Co'.. Sub-Dlv., to and representing! unpaid taxes for Sec. 28 Tp. 8 8. R 22 E. to publicly opened 'JJ11 I"
.. Sec.. 28 Tp. 6 8. It. 22 K. the years 1926 to 1939. both Inclusive NOTICE OF HP. CIAL MASTKR'S The taxes to are evidenced Hal In the City of stlr'k.,
The taxes to be cold ore evldenr- amounting to $61.59. NALK by certificate Nun. 461 and 1083 IVi-ton tru\ "KJHcab
)11Mt'tt Mr. Lugergren ing by certificate" No. 240 and 1149 ALSO: Lots 1. 2. 3. 20. 21. 22 Blk Notice hereby given that under of 1930 and 1933 respectively, and and dual ..1') \
misses the 1928 and 1933 respectively and 9 Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate and by virtue. of a final decree of represent unpaid taxes for the must des..rlb.. fulhwhich .
None of our readers .. unpaid taxes for the 371 of 1927; Lots 4. K Blk 9 foreclosure entered in a certain years 192 to 1939, both Inelu.Iye.amountlnlf I
entertaining Telegraph writings' .. 1927 to 1939! both Inclusive, Hampton Park evidenced by certificate pending; In the Eighth Judicial C'r- to $156.65. Each bidder will. i h. ".,
& to $46.64. 379 of 1929: Lot 12, IS, 14, cult Court of Florida In and For ALSO: Beg. 80 ft. S of NE Cor. accept .trade HSM
of the late H. E. Lagergren more i of Block 9 of Hampton of Blk 29 As extended on Enseys and one used Chevrult k
Paid tax certificates" together with 15. 18. 17. 18, 19 Bradford County, In Chancery 'rlti4
than T. J. Perry Industrious 1 1I \ omitted or levied tax I Park. evidenced by certificate wherein R. H WHITEHEAD ta thePlaintf. map and run S 91 ft, W 80 ft. N 91 Trustees belonging to the Boi., d I 0; I
east of Hamp will be Mold to the highest bidder 661 of 1930; Blk lOot Hampton HKNKY FRIEDMAN ft. 13 80 ft to beg. Original Town ol
Just The Board
farmer living I the Courthouse door in Starke on Park evidenced by certificate No. BACHRACH If living Starke In NEVi\ of SWVi Sec. 28 Tp. reserve b.. I I
ton. Mr. Perry took an especial 1 10th., day of March 1939 at 372 of 1927; Block 11 Except lots 1. and If dead the heirs, devisees, and 6 S. R. 22 E.The reject Ordered any In or all bid,.
Interest in' everything written by '00 o'clock A. M. 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, of Hampton Park evidenced I grantees of said persona and all taxes to be sold are evidenced said Board this regulai 5)Io1)
i Dated this the 18th., day of Feb by certificate 373 of 1927; parties claiming Interests under by certificates Nos. 833 and 3H9 J I the ';th day*
:Mr. Lagergren whom he worked I the A. '). 1939. I.ots 1. 2. 8. 4, 5. 6 of Block 11 said HENRY FRIEDMAN and ROBERT of 1931 and 13 respectively, andrepresent ruary A. D., 1939.

many a day for as rodman I ) -' ,\ HE A I.,) A. J. Thomas Hampton Park evidenced by certificate BACHRACH deceased or oth- ,' tax"l for the year ATTEST: A.C.A.A.Pt.Fut.'h. i>,'
:I .. of Circuit Court of Bradford 335 of 1928; Block 12 of erwise In and to the following described 1930 to 19.19 both Inclusive amounting 8.
,' when the development around Florida. 2-24 at 3-10 Hampton Park, evidenced by certificate property to-wit: to $211.13. 8-< !k l
Sampson Lake was being surveyed.Mr. I 336 of 1928; Block 13 of Nj, and SVd of S913(. of Sec. 24; :' ALSO: Lots 6, 8 of Blk 36 J. M. -
KOTICT: OK KAI.N OF TAX Hampton Park evidenced by certificate N91\%, NVj of 591\%, NV4 of SW' Johns Addlion to Starke In SEVi of OIUUCf OF PIII.W'TIO!
: Perry has many fond memories CKHTIFICATES 337 of 1928; Also Certificate S'/j of NWV4 and the W% SWVi\ s.c. 6 S. R. 22 E. NO'I'ICI TO .%It. ,
of Mr. Lagergren whom he :I for ; Notice IH hereby given thnt Weeks 1632 of 1933 embracing all of SWVi\ of SW\%, of Sec. 2; SVd, S Vt The taxes to be sold are evidenced of }'Iorld. .
I Company has filed with the above described parcels of of NE>4, EV& of NW%, Sec. 22; by certificate Nou.. U3tf and 371 Ktnlaw: lol.
'j I considers to have been a very .. written request. that the tax Hampton Park described as All all In Township 7 South Range 22 of 1931 and 19.14 respectively andr..pr..nt You are notified thai tjin
.r wonderful man. in together with all sub- Block 9 Except Lots 8, 7. 8, 9, 10, East. unpaid taxes for the plaint for divorce and Q
.. omitted or levied taxes held 11 and All Blks 10 11, 12. 13 are the Defendants, wherein I, Hol- years 1930 to 1939 both inclusive, chidren. and due affldmi'Jo i
----- the State he advertised and Bold Hampton Park Sec. 31-82 Tp. 7 3. lie V. Knight. was appointed Special amounting to $178.07. .. been filed n, I 1.-
The Normans Return the hIghest bidder for each as It. 22 K.. and representing unpaid Master to execute said decree, that ALSO: 1 Lot In NW Cor. of W% "fSRii of Bradford Count) PiuniChancery ,,
Horace Norman by Chapter 18296 of the taxes for the years 1926 to 1939 I have levied upon the above described of SE'4 of NE' bi'lnl 66 Ft. In case 7Dorothy ,
j Mr. and Mrs. I II.'e I art* of the Legislature, upon both Inclusive, amounting to 129. property In Bradford County. E &: W hy 110 ft. I 28 Tp. Klnlaw itJohn I
evidently know a good place to' following described real estate 28. Florida. ,,6H.n.22E. H. Kinlaw ; KI
\ when see It so they I I the County of Bradford State of ALSO Block 14 of Hampton Park, And that I shall on the 6th day The taxes to be sold are evidenced -, Juhto ( II. Klnlaw d..fentanl, JI'III
In they ,
to-wit: Sec. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E. of March 1939 within the legal ; by certificate Nos.. 406 of 1932 appear In se "I .im, 'I
j have returned to Bradford County the : Kfc' of NWH &: BWV of NWVi The taxes to be sold are evidenced hours of sale In front of the South : and represent unpaid taxes for the 13. 1U39. Bradford ''Thunty I
Webster and have made their ..... 13 Tp. 7 8. 11 19 E.. 120 Acre by certificate. No. 374 and 1533 Court House door In the City of I Y"lLr. 1931 to 1939. both inclusive graph Is designated. IE ''hi|
1 om: '
The taxes to be sold are evidenc of 1927 and 1933 respectively and Starke Bradford County Florida, 'amountng to U8.4. paper In wlilin
l..-me since last June on a place by certificate No. 6 of 1924 and represent unpaid taxes for the years offer said land for sale and sell all : Ll.6, Blk 2 Temple's published once ..thl.h 'I
ated on the Lawtey-State FarmI .'.'...... unpaid taxes for the years 1 1926 to 1939 both Inclusive amount- the title and Interest of the aforesaid Addition Sec. 28 Tp. 6 8. consecutive weeks ;p
r i : to 1939 both Inclusive amount ,, ing to $38.00.ALSO Defendants In the same to the K. 22 E. turn date. WltnesK o
I Besides his farming opera- ..- to $500413.ALSO i : Lots 7. 8, 11. 10. 11 of BlkIB highest and best bidder. for cash to The taxes to be sold are evidenced official seal at Slit a"
t.ons. Mr. Norman is employed as : 8KV4\ of NEVi Sec. 14 Tp. of Hampton Park evidenced by satisfy and pay said decree fees by Certificate No. 1182 of 133. County Florida this UI'01
H It. 19 E., 40 Acres.. certificate 662 of 1930: Block 16 except and all Court costs and expenses. and represent unpaid taxes for mary A. D. 1939.
a.. Iceman with the Langiord Motor of The taxes to be Hold are evidenc Lots 9. 10 11. 19 20, 21 and llollls V. Knight y..ar. 1832 to 19:19: both Inclusive, (OFFICIAL SEAL) TI.|
Co., in Lake Butler. by certificate No. 7 of 1924 and 22 In Hampton Park evidenced by As Special Master In Chancery. amounting; to $87.03. As. Clerk of said Clr CoorJ
: .. unpaid taxes for the years certificate 376 of 1927: Lots 19\ 20 John A. II. Murphree 801"lto. for ALSO: SWV of NW% Sec. 32 Tp. Knight &: Knight Starke, p,
A' to 1931 both Inclusive, .am'ount- lof Block 16 of Hampton Park evidenced Plaintiff. 3-3 5 S. R. 21 E.. 40 Acr.... Attorneys for plaintiff -> |
; A Faithful Subscriber : to $137.90.ALSO by certificate 380 of 1929; 2-1 The taxes to be .sold are evidenced 'I;

.t 4 Ernie Johns who also lives along ; : SWVi of NW% &: WV4 of I I Also Certificate 1534 of 1933 embracing ROTICK: OF Mtl.R OF TAX by certificate Nos. 83 and 2118 of JXOTICK
'/, of NWVi & NWyi\ of SW 4 & al the above described CKHTIFICATEVNotice 1929 and 1933 respectively and re- TO WHOM IT MAY '"ONCE!I
4 this road 'Is one of the most !I of NICy; of HWVi Hec. 6 Tp. 71 parcels Hampton Park described Is hereby given that Mrs. present unpaid taxes for the years Notice Is hereby given til.
r faithful 1 subscribers to the Telegraph H. 20 E., 120 Acres. I I as Lots 7, 8, 9. 10. 11 of Block 15 Vonda Inman has filed with me 1928 to \: both inclusIve amountIng creditors and claimant til
The taxes to be sold evidenc and Block 16 lots, 8. 9, to $ .56. of P.
; are Al .x..pt written that the tax certificates estate Cyrus Hoove., |
I in the county. He has been by certificate No. 65 of 1M30\ : 10. 21 22 Hampton Park, Sec. re'lle..t with all subsequent ALSO: \V30 ft of Lot 4 of Blk 4. to file your claims wltkcl
\ taking the paper without a skip represent unpaid taxes for the 31-32 '1'1'. 7 South Uange 22 K.. tendrepresenting omitted tOI..lh..r. taxes held by the Town of Luwtey W of Ry Sec. 23 Judge K. K. 1'erryrnun ,1
.. 1929 to both Inclusive unpaid taxes for the Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E. months from
since he married twenty- ; 1939. State be advertised. and sold to the eight the (Irll'i.I
% ever to 1269.73. years 1926 to 1939, both Inclusive, highest bidder for cash as providedby The taxes to be sold are evidenced cation of this notice, .Ji your r
five years ago this month. He ALSO! : E'-i(, of SEVi of NWVi & KV4 amounting to $46.15. Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts by certificate No. 683 of lf>33, will be barred by statute g
let his subscription lapse ; NIt'% of 8WV4 & SVj of HWVi & ALSO: Block 17 of Hampton Park of the Legislature, upon the followIng and represent, unpaid taxes for the collectable against said unit.I
,Ii never % of IHRVt Sec S Tp. 7 S. R. 20 evidenced by certificate 338 of 19- described real estate in the years 1932 to 19.19 both Inclusive the 10th day of }'. !JCatherine
p even during the time he spent in ior ., 160 Acres.The 28; Block 18 except Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 County of Bradford State of Florida amountng to $97.09. 1939. .brual.
; Mr. Johns and his taxes. to be sold are evidenc- 5. 6, 7. nf Hampton Park. evidencedhy to-wit certificates together with :
Tampa. family by certificate No. 66 of 1930 and certificate 377 of 1927: Lots 1, : 22 all subsequent omitted or Levied As Administratrix D"I" fo.at'
: have been at their present location the .. >r..ent unpaid taxes for the years 2, 9, 4 of Blk 18 Hampton Park 6 S.SW R.% 22 of E.SEV4. 10 of SE1. S.c. Tp. taxes. will be sold to the highest F. hoover, deceased II..
W to 1939. both Inclusive! amount- evidenced by Certificate 445 of 1931 ; bidder at the Courthouse door In
since September and like It fine. The taxes to he sold are evidenced '
I r\K to taU.98. Lots 5, A, 7 of Blk 18 of Hampton Starke on, the 24th day of February 1.1. ..: riufvir ( opl
426 of 1930.
I One of his sons made 'our reporter ALSO: SVj of Lot 6 &: all lot 7 Park evidenced by certificate! 881 of and by certificate unpaid No. taxes for the 1939, at II :00 o'clock A. A. e FIHI'1. .n'fI"I'I.'Ulli
i feel good by that : ..... 6 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 1':., 138 Acres. 1929: Blk 19 of Hampton Park evidenced represent both Dated this the 4th of February Fl.OKIDllAM
mighty saying 1929 to 1939 inclusive l'rA''J
r years
The taxes. to be sold are evidenc by ".rtlCcat.. 378 of 1927; 1139.OFFICIAL. > \uruiia toil'
amounting to f23G.
he'd "rather see the Telegraphcome by certificate No. 60 of 1930 and Blk. 20 of Park evidenced ALSO of S91'of Sec. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas I' ("IlAi'EJlY
in once a week than to see for .. ...... unpaid taxes for the yearn by certificate 379 of 1927; Blk. 21 T8 S.: SV&n. 22 I20\ Acres.SEVi 2 Clerk of Circuit! Court of JradtO.t IN THE MATTER OF
929 to 1939 both Inclusive. amount- of Hampton Park evidenced by evidenced County Florida. 2-10 THEPOPTION OF
The be sold
any other paper come every day. the to $272.02.ALSO certificate 380 of 1927. Blk 22 of by taxes to Nos. 283 are and 1053 SHIRLEY CASTLK-
: Rot\ SV4 of Lot 9 SV4 Hampton Park evidenced by certificate of certtlclLt. andrepresent BERRY
A Hard Worker Lot 10 Kx. N 13 Acres., Sec. 1 881 of 1927; Blk %of Hampton unpaid re..pectvely. NOTICK OF APIM.ir\TIO\ 1 1OTICKTO
7 S. 11. 20 E., 48 Acres. Park evidenced certificate years TAX .:1.:0 '
1928 1939 both Inclusive
S. R. Clark is another hard : The taxes to be sold are evidenc 339 of 1928; Blk Z of Hampton to a- (".aate .) N.. iea: YOU WILL PLRASBmil
moiintlng to $48.43.
_________ worker along of road. He has by certificate No. 62 of 1930 andepresent Park evhl"ul..d ('el.tlfl"at. 340 : I K 8 Acres of of NEViS NOTlej. IS HEREBY lIVEN TIC That on lundaYL tut
unpaid. taxes. for the years of 192S; Blk 25 of Hampton Park.evll..nc..d ALI( NW' Fote hold..1 of TaxCertificate day of ItJ
road Sec. 6 S. H. f
_ been on the Bill Reddish place of .
1928 .
er, ) to 1939. both Inclusive amount- bv certificate 341 : 22 E.. 8 Acres No. 482 th2nd. 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon'
since. Christmas and seems to be nur to $120.33.ALSO Hampton Park evidencedby The taxes to be sold are evidenced day of September A. D. 1935. has soon thereafter as the jui.ic
of Lot 4& W, of certificate of 1928; Blk 27 In office and haa a
NV4 my
: SWj J 34 355 fled .am. heard the L
making good progress. He has a Lot 4 & NVj of Lot 6 Sec 7 Tp. of Hampton [' evld.n..e.. by certificate of by 1930 certificate and 19:15: Nos.respectively 436 and, and application for a tax deedto Lynn Parker und..r..lgn.l.. \

fine patch of berries and Isn't let- H. H. 20 E.. 100 Acres.The 88 of 1927.: Blk 21.of Hamp- represent unpaid taxes for the years. be Issued thereon. ..r. will present to wl"th. Tf Til'
taxes to be .sold are evidenc ton evidenced .rtlfl..ate 1929 amountIng Said certificate the following Z. Adkliis, one of the Judge '
under his feet to 1939 both Inclusive .mbra..e. .
ting any grass grow by certificate No. 63 of IIIO! : and :343 of 1928; Blk 29 of Hampton to $7202.ALSO d."rlb..d property In the above styled Court al : I of:I
or In the berry patch either. If of "\>re..nt unpaid taxes for the years Park .vllen..ed by certificate 344 : W 5 Acres of NWVi of County of Bradford State of Florida the Court House In :1 Toil

_ _ success In farming is due to hard I to 1939 both Inclusive amount- of 19Z8 AI.o certificate above 1535 described of NEI S of Publte road Sec. Tp. 6 to-wlt : Starke, Florida a pelitiui., pr.l
no; to $222.03.ALSO 1933. embracing all the 22 E., 5 Acres. 2 Lots 1. 2. 3, 7, 8, 9, '0. 15 SID of for an ".J
work we predict that Mr. Clark : All EV of RI 4 of SWVi\ of parcels of Hampton Park I... taxes (o be sold are evidenced NVi' of NE4 of NWV4-8 3-4 A., of Shirley Castleberr) b.<|
\\4 N of Hy Kx. K 300 ft., 4% A.. described as Blks., 17, 18. 19 20. 21, certificate and 1057 Section 29 Township 7 South Range ton Lonnl Lynn Park ind
will out hy Nos. 437
come on top. INSTITUTION"m..". 8 '1'1'. 7 S. It. 20 K., 6 Acres.The 22. 23. 24, 2. 26. 27, 28, 29 Hampton of 1930 and 1933 respectively andrepresent 22 Hunt, containing; 9 Acres, more or Vivian Parker. and further p>i
Park. 31-32 Tp. 7 S. K. 22
taxes to be sold are evidenc the Court jto change LI.,. mat
taxes for the
New Ilfllbronn Store by certificate No. 67 of 1930 andepresent M. and represent unpaid taxes for 1929 to 1939. both amounting years- less.The assessment of the said prop Shirley Castleberry tr Shlrlw
And speaking of R. L. (Bill) unpaid. taxes for the years the years 1936 to 1939 both I Inclusive to $82.20.ALSO I"u..lve. erty under the Hold certificate Issued er.
to 1 1039!) both Inclusive amount- .moDntlnl to $315.00. : KKj of NE'4 of SWM of was In the name of Mack John- I.OKVTR LYXN P:,"E
Reddish-he has just moved Into to $78.07. A of Hampton Pork
nir "
NR'4 A Acres In NW Cor. of VIVIAN
his new combination store and ALSO. : Lot 8 of Tllk 1, Ward City by certificate 345 of 19- of NE'xi,8 Sec. 27 Tp. 6 S. RE'1.. son.Unless said certificate shall be re :. I I'I
.... 8 Tp. 7 8. It. 20 R., l..vl".n".d; 31 of Hampton Park evid R 2
residence at Hellbronn Springs It The taxes to be sold are evidenc! certificate 346 of 1928; I
4 of .1 No. 68 of andepresent Blk 32 of Hampton Park evidencedby
l& a neat two-story building of by certificate 1930
x 1 unpaid taxes for the years certificate 347 of 1928: Blk 33 of 1
V stucco construction and Mr. Red j 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive amount- Hampton Park evidenced by certificate -

dish did much of the work himself -' n* to $43.59.ALSO 348 of 1928: Blk 34 of Hampton I
I : Lot 4 of nik 2 Ward City Park, evidenced by certificate
4 being well-versed in the plastering ..". 8 Tp. 7 S. It. 20 H 349 of 1928; Blk 35 of Hampton v-- -

trade. He and his family| The taxes. to be sold are evidenc Park evidenced by certificate 3RO ',
.d l hy certificate No. 69 of 1930. and of 1928; Blk 36 of Hampton Park, NO POWER LINES
i will live upstairs and will operatea .. ...... unpaid taxes for the years evidenced by certificate 351 if 19-
modern grocery and filling station -I to 1939 both Inclusive amount- 28; Blk 37 of Hampton Park evidenced -
II HK to $39 47. by certificate 35? of lf>28;
downstairs. A T.Qt. AVI/ nf Vmn'l' Tlllr R TVa..jt.. ... nIl flfl nt Mun.trnn r nrlc. .vM.enced OR GAS MAINSANHEREYET
-- -
$, ;;';. 8 Tp. I S. U.:20-i! by certificate :3of 19JS;
He Got Homesick The. taxes to be sold are evidenc Ilk 39 of Hampton Park, ..vlr..n..r
by certificate No. 70 of 1930. and certificate 354 of 19213;
Bill is another Bradford County .. ...... unpaid taxes for the years Kxcept Lots 13, 14, 22, 21, 24 of
boy who wandered away-getting to 1939. both Inclusive, amount Hampton Park evidenced. by certificate ,
to $32.70.AL.MO 383 of 1927: Also Certificate
as far off as Oregon at one time : : All Rlk 6 Ward City Sec. 1536 of 193.1, embracing all the above YOU ALWAYS _
-but decided that the old home Its Tp. 7 S. a. :20 E. described parcels of Hampton ,
The taxes to he sold are evidenc Park described as Blks 30. 31, 32
country was just a little bit bet- ,I by certificate No. 71 of 1930. and 33. 34. 35 36. 37. 38 39 and al of HAVE I SURE! MY DUO-THERM
ter than anywhere else and who of .. ...... unpaid taxes for the years 40 except lots 13. 14. 22. 24 I I PLENTY
to 1939.: both Inclusive! amount- Hampton Park Sec. 31-32 "'p. 7 S.
decided to return here to make in to $79.25. H. 22 E.. and representing unpaid'I I IS AUTOMATIC
his home. He says he got tired ALSO: All Blk 7 Ex. Lots 8.9.10. taxes for the years 1926 to 1439 OF HOT WATER I AND
Ward City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. It. 20 both Inclusive amounting; to $229.-
of not with whom
seeing anybody

he could discuss Bradford County E.The taxes to be sold are evidenc 69.ALSO: Block 41 of Hampton Park, I BURNS OIL USING
: by certificate No. 72 of 1930 and evidenced by certificate 355 of 19-
affairs and decided to come back .. .........
unpaid taxes for the years 28; Hlk. 42 of Hampton Park
;, where the people are interested in 1929 to 14':<9, both Inclusive amount- hy certlt"at. 384 of 1927; Ilk GAS WOULD COST
to $178.SO. 43 of evidenced
S. the same things he is InterestedIn.
ALSO: Lots 11.12. 11. 14. 15 of Blk certificate 358 of 1928; Blk. 44 of
In. Ward City Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 Hampton Park evidenced by certificate /
E.Th. 347 of 1928; Also certificate & ME TWICE AS MUCH
4 Moved to Lake City taxes to be sold 1 are evidenc 1538 of 11133.) embracing all the above -
by certificate No. 73 of 1930 and described parrels of Hampton
E. B. Andreu. a former resident .. ..".. unpaid taxes for the years Park described as BIke 41. 4!. 43, 44
of the Hellbronn Springs section' \ 1929\ to 1939\ both Inclusive, limount- In Hampton Park M..c. 31-32 Tp. 7
InK to $256.64.ALSO S. U. 23 K, and represent unpaIdtaxes
recently moved to a place near "' : Lot 5Seo. 18 Tp. 7 8. R. for the years 1926 to 19:19: I
i. Lake City In order to be near his : 20 10:., 80 Acres.. both Inclusive, amounting; to $124.-
The taxes. to be sold 1 are evld..n..d ..- 11.
t only soh. Mr. Andreu at one time of by certificate No... 70 of 1932 AI-SO: NRV4\ of NWV4\ and All WV4
owned a place near Brooker and lt of 1932. 72 of 1932 and 93 of 19- of NW'4 E of River Sec II Tp. I
::14. and represent unpaid tax. forihe S. U 20 K., containing 100 Acres.
then lived in the New River Section by years 1929 to both Inclu- The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
Any place oil
buy have
., lqi1.8.1. you you can plentiful hot .
for several years also. He amounting to by certificate No. 2 and 69 of
ALSO: Lots 4, 6 Sec 18. Tp. 7 S. 1930 and 1933 and represent -
was in Starke Monday and says he It. 20 E., 200 Acres. unpaid r..pe"tv..ly.the .ar water that gushes at the turn of a tap! And-you can J .

likes his new home fine but missen The taxes to he sold are evidenc 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive .
\ \ .., bv certificate Nos. 19 and 227, Ing to $113.03. buy oil anywhere! I '.j'
his good friends in Bradford II 1923 and 19.13 respectively. andrepresent Said tax certificates .. amount-I I

County. unpaid taxes for the years all subsequent omitted The Duo-Therm oil-burning automatic '
_ ed 1922 to 1939 both Inclusive! amountIng taxes wIl be sold to the highestbidder ,, water heater 'j
\ : to $436.34.Said the Courthouse door In
matches '
4oI')( K \riM.U-ATM>\ FOR tax certificates together with Starke on the 3rd., day of March, gas convenience-and does the heading job for -
'I'.\\ IIKK.IIOenate .ill subsequent omitted or levied A. I). 19.19 at 11:00 o'clock A.1.
( HIM) HullXOTICK n taxes. will be sold to the highest I Dated this. the llth., day half the average cost. I .
IS 1IKUKHY: liVEN : bidder at the Courthouse door In ruary A. I). 1939.
Tli. it Mrs.' Heulah Kelly holder of 16 Stark nn the 10th., day of MarchA. (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas With 'i
Tnt Certificate No. 400 Isxued the 1>. 1939 ta 11:00 o'clock A. M. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford a Duo-Therm you needn't cut wood, shovel coalor
fitli day. of September. A. I). 11131. has ... Dated this <* .. ISIli., day of Kebrimry County Florida. 3-3
filed)) same" In my office and has of ): : A. D. 1939. 2.1 a ashes, or heat water on stoves. Its patented Dual- I. ]
I m.tilu) atptlrntton| % for a tax deed to .. (O OFFICIAL AL) A. J. Thomas. MOTICK OF "p..lr.\TIO' ..
l> Issued. thereon. Said certificate Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford TAX StEEl) .Ol II Chamber burner is the most efficient known-and 4
..br."... the following described County, Florida. S-24 3t 3-10 (.rnste Hilla.. 1tlNOT1CK : I w
l" werty III the County if UraUford. IS HBRKflY (11VKN give you years of cheap abundant, hot L" I
M: te of Florida, to-wlt: "'" '\OTI.1 OF HU..: OF T\X That F. Ii!. Packham holder of Tax nuisace-fre
F7ast Half of Bust Half ot Southt M. ('KHTIKIl'tTKM: CertlfIcates Numbered respectively, water.
umter) North of Peek Road Notice Is hereby given that II. T. 41 Issued September 6, 193A. n part .; I ILii
lire-. 34 Township 6 South \Range 22 ... Saxon has filed with me written of 91 Issued September 4. 330
Kist containing 32. Arres more or request that the tax certificate to- Issued July 2. 1934 and 42 .. .
1> .... irelher with all subsequent omitted September 5, 1912 has filed same _
: The ansesRinent nf the said prop- or levied taxes held by the In my office and has made application -
ty under the said certificate IKed ,' State be advertised and sold to the for tax deed to be Issued thereon. ]
.. was In the name of W. 4. : hlirheKt bidder for .."..h a* provided Said certificates respectivelyembraces ? !
1"wer.. by Chapter 18296 of the 1937 arts the following described am7
tJiiIei'ii said .rtlflclLte .hall b. of the Legislature upon the following properties In the County of Brad 'I I

redeernuI property I d: ;II; ,.IXKth to"I law((1lt :, .". 'ounty described of Bradford real State estate of In Flor-the ford.Said State Certificate of Florida.No. 41 eml.rnc'.u .

old to the highest bidder at thnourt I \ Idu. to-wit: Block I of Hampton N% of SWVi of SW% A of !. I I
.... I
hut dour nil the" flr..1 Mon. ) Park evidenced bY' certificate 330 of SWU\ Section 17 Tp. 7 By ., r tfli
: day In th.tIonth nf AI.rtl. I'au! I : of 1928; Block 2 of Hampton Park containing 40 Acres, more I less. !', .
which Is the 3rlt d..y nf I'II. ':':'.. !'
AI> ; evidenced by certificate S31 of 1928: Said Part of I I
No. 91 SJHlLhted
Dated this 21st, duy of F.hi-u.. Klock 3 of Hampton Park evidenced embraces Ri< of(.rlfh'ate NWV4 of
ary. 1939.O..U.IAI.. .. by certificate 332 of 1928: Block 4 SW(4( and All) \ W ofl I"i
( SEAL) A. J Thomas, <" : : of Hampton Park evidenced by certificate Nfl.
Ry. Sec. 10 : DUO-THERM
Tp. ,
22 1-:
rierk of I con- WATER HEATER t
County Florida.Circuit' Court of 2-14 Urad fit fore l-2 I I I I Hampton 367 Park.of 1927 evidenced: Block by 5 certificate of- taming Said l Certificate 40 Acres, No.. I.110.:or less.embraces tu 9 UsUcnmtcn'ss Sundsrd Letxa-stwu>9 *

fl 6 8 of 1927; Also certificateNo. WS' of Blk 1 H. It 3 W and El, of i
"" 15S9 of 1933 embracing all of Blk 1 a R. 4 In Temples Subniv !I I
the above described parcels. of .. S..ton 21 Township 8 South I I I
BOREE Hampton Park described as Blocks Range .,
containing 10
: ; ,
I. 3. 4. 5 of Hampton Park Sec more or less.
; Full line of Caskets &: tion 31-33 Tp. 78. It. 23 K, and represent Said Certificate No. 428. embraces I QUIGLEY &

AMBULANCE I92 to 1939.unpaid both taxes Inclusive for the years lot 3 ot 51k 10 Livingston Truby I DAVIS
DAY AND lUg to $99 U. amount- & Co's Addition to Hark.. 'In \V I Iof

1aI BS ALSO: Block 7, except lots 1, I. Th.NE\4\assessment 14cc. 25 '1'1 8 the S. said H. U propIerty E.\
3.1 30
Q. II. 21 .22 Hampton Park 8 No. 41 FLORIDA
::12 1'1' 1 S. H. U E. ,
wa the
4I "A HOME-LIKE The taxes to b. sold are ..U-I the name of M. J. Hunilker.; :I
assessment of
a part of certlft- ''
;,rni C- I I of" by ISJT certificate and' It33 No.respectively. "' and rate M. Trnby No. 1: the was assessment In the name of of said J.

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Bradford County High School Journal

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STAFF Seventh Presents Froii'NAD--co-- Meet The Seniors SEVEN ROYAL SocietyJuanita BHS INSTRUCTORHAS


GEORGE SILCOX Barefoot spent FridayIn

p Z. ADKINS Ldltor-In, JR.eelstant -Chlef. Last week the very Interesting CROSS CITY George Silcox is a member of ACQUIREDNEWEST Jacksonville.Alice "STUDY OF FLA."

the senior class of 1938-39, He Peterson spent the day in -
Reporters: chapel program was presented by; GIRLS l WIN OVER LAKE was born August 3, 1919. He has : MACHINES UtE Jacksonville last Sunday. now OAKY BECK LISTED:

apvisJrFraEnmmee S I Perryman, Mrs. R. F. Demorest's section of: BUTLER FEB. 13 four sisters and two brothers. LATEST LIFETIME Marjorie Hall was in Jacksonville AMONG STATE'S

: smith, Mary Edward, the seventh grade, and was as I 33 TO 13 George is six feet one Inch in MODELSA Sunday. I'ROMINKNTS"The f
its Row Clara, Alma Flume follows: height, has very dark eyes and Perry Gainey, Clara Flume

and The school orchestra, accompanied Coach J. M. Whittemore and his hair, and is dark complextioned. Royal typewriter is a won- Gene Long Doshla Smith Jacqueline Story of Florida," in four

U. II."sT STAFF FOR by Mrs. H. C. Brown, open- H. S. Tornadoes journeyed to George has been living in Starkeall derful thing to have, and when Andrews, and Marian Dowling volumes, by W. T. Cash, state

FEBRUARYLruichief ed by playing a march. Follow-I'D. City February 17, to parti- his life except for two yeRl'sthat members of the typing class walk- attended the basketball game at librarian at Tallahassee, has recently -

Jean Davis. ing this the high school had the in the class B tournament he lived in Lake Butler. He ed in the typing room last week Andrew Jackson High School In been added to the Starke

pleasure of Suwannee County. They en- Is very fond of football and Is on and found seven new ones, they Jacksonville.Carl '
enjoying a grand as-I school library, and among
ketball. L .H. Harper. sembly countered Mayo at 11 A. M. and the football team this year. were breathlessly surprised and Edwards spent several daysin high !
program given by the thereappt'ars
sev- the state's prominent people
i fol, Frank Robinson.ts enth grade, under the leadershipof lost 1612. The team played a fair George has been working for the delighted. Being the latest model, Jacksonville last week. the name of Dow Gary
Arch Thomas. game with Hugh (Sappo) Com- No. 1 the least effort and Jackson
Mrs. Demorest who Ingramas Starke Coca-Cola Bottling they require Billy Dowling Billy +
Mae Harley. began the Beck who Is now teaching In the
sphy, Clara high scorer while he played a pany for many years. When he make much easier typing, and so were on business in Melrose Fri
program by informing the audience Bradford County high school.
cr Contributors: that good game at forward. finishes high school he Intends to -for better grades.

:t uta Barefoot, Estelle Aus- have a little they play had but all intended the child-to The boys that made the trip go In the Navy. Two last year's model "Royals," day.Buddy Bishop and L. M. Gaines Mr. Beck was born at Ocala and ;4
'f t<, race Dew Margaret were: spent Sunday at LAke Santa Fe was the son of Lorenzo Dow and
ren had strike. which are no less efficient than !'
gone on a : Shouts
Dowling, Odessa Kelley, STARLINGOn Julia K. (Haycraft) Beck His)
and exclamations were heard from Hugh "Sappo" Ingram, Cap- GLADYS our new ones were also placed IP

[ Dowling. behind the curtain and to the surprise tain; James "Grandpop"' Kitchen, February 23, 1917, Mr. and the typing room. Primary Jingles father the engaged son of Robert in farming D. Beck and,
Mrs. A. R. was blessed
Charles Starling
"Maggie" Priest, John A. -
of the audience, the curtains! The representative of the company who with the Confederate
"Tode" Torode, Everett McKinney with a little blue eyed baby girl. FIRST GRADE NESTS fought
EDITORIAL parted and the show was on. The gave a complete demonstration forces during the War Betweenthe
Norman Thomas L. H. After discussing many names Our room celebrated Valentine
Harper -
title "
was "Pretty Patches' Strike, explaining correct use of the States and came to Florida 4
and R. E. Jones, Manager. they decided to name her Gladys. Day with a party. Several games
WE DO OUR BEST and consisted of a sit-down strike, i typewriters.The from Virginia in 1850. After ji

11, it's almost over the In which the strikers were Donald Monday night, February 13th, Gladys has blue eyes, blond I Royal is a magnlflcant were played and valentines were completing his studies at the Ocalu.
and l Is
hair, weighs 127 pounds, distributed from decoratedbox.
a gaily
j of February, and it's timeou Bagwell, Leonard Smith, Dorothy the basketball boys and girls of inches tall. machine valued at 12500. With high school Mr. Beck taught in
five feet and five
seniors to take over the Faxon, Ellen Mersreau and Bobby Bradford High went to Lake But- : proper care they will last much Our refreshments were val- country schools and later enter
Gladys likes to hunt, swim, fish, entine cookies, ice cream and
S. Journal again, with A. Z. McRae. The leader of the strikers ler to play-and really played two and does great deal of each. more than a lifetime, and so, with ed the University of Florida, from :,
a candy hearts.Now .
L, Jr as head man, in whosewe was Virginia Sewell, who dida games. ball basket- that fact !in view, there's no tell- which he graduated with a degree
know the paper willr fine job of acting, when she gave The girls got off at such a speed She enjoys playing ( ball I ing who will be usingthe new we are decorating In hon- of Bachelor of Science In Electri-
ball soft ball, tennis, volly ,
This edition marks thef the soap-box speech, saying that until there was no slowing them She at- Royals 50 years from now! or of George Washington. Our cal Engineering in the class of
and tennis) always
the Junior's noble effort, she doesn't want to study any more down The final score for the tends football when i room Is gay with hatchets and 1915. As both high school and '

I is with reluctance that we and tries to get the other children girls was 33-13 in favor of Brad- games pos I Jokes cherries college student 'Mr. Beck workedhis +

[ up the chief responsibility to agree with her. All though ford. Marlse Crosby and Orine sible.One of her hobbles is to M. Middleton, teacher. way, devoting his spare hours

paper until next year. they were In favor of the strike Padgett tied for high honors at and vacations to positions that
travel. Gladys has a free pass \Vhuf In A Nanio
until it was time for the bell, then scoring, making 14 points each. would him educational
H. S. Journal is worthy help defray
B. over the Seaboard and A. C. L. You can tell what stage a college We are glad that February has
they told her that they preferred Other contributors to the
and ernest effort score expenses
fcacientions Railroads. student is in by the he
way so birthdays. We are glad
A working with it for a month school the way it is. When the were Peggy Stanley, Doris Hinson Gladys also enjoys taking partin signs his name. For Instance: many In 1917 Mr. Beck enlisted In
that Saint Valentine taught us to
that fact in bell rang, each of them ran back and Odel Hinson. Virginia Pad-
ive tried to keep church activities.She Freshman-Bill Smith. the United States Air Service and

I The sample-was a good injli Into school, leaving Petty to rea- gett Lucile Jordan, Myrtice Cros- Is now a member of the Sophomore-William Smith. give We Valentines had a Valentine to those Party we Tues-love. received his training at Kelly: 1
work Involved In lize that she is wrong and all a- by and Jeanette Parker did their Field in later
the Texas was assigned
I' Senior Class of 1938-39. When she Junior-W. Algernon Smith. day. Geraldine! Shaw won the
p(g out the paper. There has lone. The play ends with Petty usual excellent Job of defending finishes her senior year she In- Senior-William A. Smith. prize for pinning the arrow on the an radio Instructor at the University -
and the realizing she has to stay after Bradford's goal. of Texas and In 1918
i good cooperation, tends to become a nurse. We Graduate-W. A. Smith heart. was

j have without a doubt, en- school an hour for a month. The Bradford boys were in the wish you good luck, Gladys. Job Hunter--Smith. Ruby Lllley, teacher. commissioned, first lieutenant, having -

f editing the paper for Febin The curtain closes on a scene of lead until the last quarter when- ...1.--_ attended the Officers Train- '

despair as Petty receives a good zip! zip! Two field goals were. MARTHA WELLS "I don't like to say anythingthat FIRST GRADENKWH Ing School at Columbia Uhlver-1

| withdrawing, we want to old fashioned paddling from the made by Lake Butler, and victory: She is a girl who has brown might embarrass the summer We enjoy making; valentines.We city in New York City. He was

unlor Adklns, the next edi- teacher. slipped from Bradford to Union eyes, black hair, and Is 5 feet 7 boarders," said an old farmer to had a pretty valentine bvc. honorably discharged from the

the luck in this wide world. Just like that. The final score: inches tall and one of the best his hired man. "If I frown at you Those of us who did not go to te: service in January, 1919, and returned -

The Music Man Says --- for the boys was 16-12 in favor; liked students of Bradford High when we are at table, that means play Friday made it. to his home in Ocala, and

HERE A SENIOR I'D- of Lake Butler. School, It's none other than Mar- for you to quit eating." We had a Valentine party. resumed his teaching activities

We're sorry that the basketball I tha Wells. "All right" replied the hired In 1930 he was an instructor at
The other day while listeningto Doris Norman pinned the arrowIn
my dignity to Its highest one of his immortal season is over.Elementary. Martha was born May 31, 1922, man. "I don't like to say much I the middle of the heart and received the University of Florida wherehe

\; set better examples for recordingsI in Lawtey, where she still resides. myself. If I frown back at you, the first prize, a red heart also studied( and received his
be consid- was Joltlngly reminded of the Echoes I that means I ain't goln' to stop." Master of Arts degree in 1932.
ver grades; more She entered Lawtey Junior High filled with candy. Marlon McRae

of my fellow classmates; greatness of the late bix Belder- School at the age of five years, and Viola Manning tied for second Mr. Beck has served as presidentof

[ adorn the walls of the Jun- becke in relation to the musical FOURTH GRADE NEWS: and attended school there until Thron Little 1Vords. place and got a pretty valen- the Marlon County Teachers'

ass rooms with my name world. I was also aware that he We are still studying about the she completed the ninth grade in These were voted tops us the tine each. Our refreshments con- Association and is a member of

nitlaU! to their expense; be is being remembered by too few Netherlands. We are making a the spring of 1938. Then she enter- three sweetest words in the Eng- sisted of Ice cream and cookies, the Florida Teachers' and Florida

of our play; think the people. But to hear a reproduction Dutch panel poster. Our Dutch ed Bradford High School the fol- lish language: and our favors were hearts full Education associations

jrs! were wonderful; cooperth of his genius by means of a paintings are nearly finished.We lowing September. Martha baa I love you. lot candy hearts. We all enjoyedour .

the faculty in every way wax disc is to be reminded of had a good time making made many friends. She makes Dinner is served. party very much Snoop 'N PeepWell

Ie; not expect too much of the magnificence of the Blder- Valentines. We had a Valentine good grades and is now a mem- Keep the change. Phoebe Green and her mother,

nlora; forget about a dancethe becke cornet, and the latest re- box. ber of the senior class. All Is forgiven. Mrs. Nelso Green visited UK Tues- here we are again anx-

[ banquet and make plans minder Is an album of his great- We are glad to have Mary El- Her favorite sport !is swimming.She Sleep until noon. day.We ously waiting for the Juniors to

end the mid-night show to est selections put out by VICTOR.The len McDaniel, Audrey and Dorothy especially likes English and And The Saddest want to urge our parents let us know when the Junior-Sen-

the Juniors make a success hit Parade Is a good pro- Barngill and Helen Hardenbrookback History, and her one dislike is Out of gas. to send us to school every day for Banquet is going to be. Hurry i

Be banquet; be proud of the gram-every week a large groupof after a long absence. Frank mathematics.She I Dues not paid.I. unless we are ill. Juniors and let us know. Also, }

typewriter; never impose up- people work very hard to bringus Griffis, Frank McKinney and plans to attend Florida O. U. We are enjoying making February the Sophomores arc eager to know

be Juniors because of their good dance music and find the Dorothy Kite are still absent. State College for Women and be- I, booklets. which four boys and four girls

[{account; and if I were A songs most popular with the na We surely do enjoy reading In come a school teacher. Have you heard about the time Wo have a new vase. We wanted are going to be waiters and waitresses -

I'd never take the Juniors tion. And when Saturday night our Science Readers. We have Good luck Martha. Keep up the President Wilson had his special a small one for violets and. We'll give you a little

lo, frioualy rolls around we lean back !in our been studying about volcanoesand good work. car sidetracked at Hannibal Miss- daisies so Mrs. Roberts surprisedus hint, "It won't be long."

easy chair or roll up the rug depending ouri, !in order to make a quiet with a red and blue one. We For unknown
A Junior. earth quakes. We have also some reason ourboys'
upon whether we Jig or learned what the air is made of. JOHNNY CHALKERA visit to the monument of Mark hope to have violets in it every basketball team can't win u

sit, and take in the results of 100 boy who was born in Chey- Twain? day this month. but and do
come boys
By putting a glass over a lighted game; on
ersonality Testwer person's frenzied work. candle we proved that oxygen is enne, Wyoming, January 4, 1922, Unknown to the natives, he ask- Mrs. Roberts teacher. your best for we are still for you.

You know, those who think they necessary for a fire to burn. to Mr. and Mis. C. W. Chalker ed one of them If he rememberedTom Johnnie C. has been looking

hate swing, don't hate It, they hate When the oxygen in the Jar was was named John. When he was Sawyer SECOND OltUII'i: NEWS happy lately. I wonder could it

yes or no. If you ans- what Is currently claimed to be used up the fire went out two weeks old his family movedto "Never heard of him," the Missourian We are very proud of our New be the State Farm that makes
0 1 yes your manners are exyou're In is Florida where they lived for made Rythm Band capes and hats. We
swing. reality, swing a cur- Miss Edwards, teacher. answer. him so happy?
t. 7 good; only 5 you rent of classical beauty which three months. He lived in Den- think the orange color Is so much
honest and Raymond Kellum, reporter. "Do you recollect HuckleberryFinn Helen was seen with a nice
jjto Improve.
ver Colorado Betheleham Penn. like our State--Thursday afternoon
flows in certain types of the fin- ; ?" looking young boy from Brooker
j with yourself. music Bach Mozart and Panama, New Orleans, and Gulf we were asked to play at the
est ,
GR.1DINEWS J Sunday .Wonder who he could
"Finn? Finn? mused the be?
Can listen politely asa na
you Port, Mississippi before coming Silver Tea given by the Episcopal
Hayden are ridden with it. Nine Last week we made a mural of
|, talk ? tive. "There was a family of Finns Dorothy d. has a secret She Is !
agreeably back to Florida to make his home. Church. We played "The Secret"and
times out of ten, the Jitterbugsare
butterflies by spraying paint over down the road apiece, but I don't wearing a 193! Senior ring and
h dancing to anything but swing! cut-out patterns. Our flowersdon.t After fnllshlng grammar schoolhe "Minuet In G. June CaldwellIs
she Is
f>)0 you keep from giving too entered Gulf Coast Military think there was a Huckleberryamong our leader. making everyone guess
At present you may expect any- show up very well. pem." who's it Is. Do you know j
an expression of your likes where he two Mrs. Ritch teacher.
Academy, spent ,
thing for a cow moo to a train Anice Green and Betty Turner
(mlikes? years. He came to Starke in 1937 "Do you happen to recall Pud- These! Little Women are always
whistle to be termed swing music. made a Valentine Box for our
3o you avoid whispering in and entered Bradford High School inhead Wilson" SECOND OKA 1)10 NEWS doing something. Well, this time
.. So to you who call it noise I say- room. We drew names, but we
chances are you are hearing Just gave anyone a Valentine we want- where he was welcomed by teach- "Oh, yes, sure! I voted for him We are learning two songs a- you can't imagine what they'redoing.

[ Wouldn't you like to be noise! ed to. I think ers and students. John is now twice sir." bout George Washington for our Each Little Woman has
everyone got sev-
for your calm conduct and eral Valentines.We 5 feet 11 inches tall, has blue primary assembly program.We to sponsor a child for the popu-

manners whether it be in This week's notable BennyGoodman's eyes, blond hair and fair complexion. Traffic Cop: "Say young lady, are trying to remember our larity contest. They are working;
"The Blues in Your already read three
all room or at the football He la a member of the senIor do you know anything about the safety rules. hard for the child they are spons-
? Flat." This is a number dangerousto readers and we began a new oring, so if see one of the
class of 193839Mammy traffic laws? We enjoyed Valentine Day very you
o you victims of melancholy; a reader Wednesday Little Women around will
you always wait recognl- much-That was Louise WJiatley's you
Miss teacher.Ida Sweet Young Thing: "Why, yes.
to those Morgan,
? tear-jerker know what they are trying to do.
rom the older person? Sez: What is birthday, too.
love, a hair-raiser to those who Lee Silcox, reporter. it you want to know? .
Kitty Hogsed, teacher.
like to try to analyze genius, and Scramble Anitwrrs ;
jlf you use foreign expresdo is a close match for the hungarlan FIFTH GR.1DK NEWS Dear Chillun: "How long have you been work- I Jacksonville

you use them correctly? suicide song, because it's so depressing We are studying about South Ob all de exciting things dat ing for this firm?" THIRD aitADH I J NEWS I 2.-Atlanta

lAre one can see it in the air America In Geography. We findIt have happened and is to happen Is "Every since the boss threat- What fun we have had this 3.-Miami
you cordial in your interesting. de Junior-Senior Banquet, March ened to fire me." week! Our dear mothers made
Goodman makes a crybabyout very 4.
I" when Macon
,24. It is be de most elegant Colonial costumes for us, and our
Itself Miss Hinson is reading the classa gonna
of his clarinet. It wraps IS.Tampa6.Roanoke
Are your table manners as around one like a smotheringblue book named "The Border Boys : thing that has happened in dls -. teacher trained us for a Colonial

[perfect as you can make coat which can't be shaken Across The Frontier." We find it town in quite some time Scrambled CitiesCan Play.We 7.-Key West
put the "Minuet" for the
a very good book. Dat sho' Is a pretty bracelet of on
When neterlng the theatre off.Not In about dat Marian's.Some Episcopal Ladies Silver Tea. Thenon 8.Richmond9.Augusta
History we are reading
|t follow your escort? (girls) to be left out Is "The Bluesin Clay, Webster and Calhoun. The ob dose Seniors are hav- you "unscramble" these Tuesday we had our playlet en-
My Flat," direct companion to names of different cities In the titled "When Washington Was A 10.-Tarpon Springs
name of the chapter is "Three ing quite a time learning 'bout A
Do you refuse courtesies "Your Flat.Everybody." dose prepositions in de're English.I'll south 7 Boy" in our assembly. ---- --

htrangers? Great "Statesmen Try to Save the bet dat Biology class sho' 1. Ill evon sjck _______________ Tho Rotary Club asked us to Lost and Found

Union. 2.-Ta at Ian _____________ _
put it for their
| you will always rememberierve Knows did hab a good time at de Marine on meeting on
' We are very sorry A. W. Sikes 3.-Immal ___.._________....___ Wednesday it the anniversary
| your dress, speech, Studios. as was LOST-By B. H. S. boys' basket-
'rs has moved away. He has movedto 4. Amocn __________________ ._ of
and Washington's
bearing-you will al- Some ob de Little Women sho' Birthday, no ball team, a game In Cross City.
Beck is patient. Alabama
5.-Ampat ____________________
we did it- again. We
Jdo, say and wear what isft liver and did enjoy Grace Dew's singing and are truly FOUND-By L. M., a war planein
Mrs. B. Perkins Miss Hinson, teacher.
in 6. Oanraok ______________ ,_ ._ happy to have been able to
public. Jean Davis at de piano at de're please Santa Fe Lake.
onions. Collette Green and Gloria Cooper, 7.-Eyk Estw _______________, such a goodly number of
people. FOUND
meeting Wednesday afternoon. -By each Little Womana
Mrs. Jack Williams means what reporters. 8.-Ichrdomn ________________ Mrs. teacher.
at Dat Christine sho' ama lucky Biggs, child to sposor in the pop-
Would Happen humor. 9.-Gusata __________________, .
girl-She got de bestus candyValentine's ularity contest.
If. Mrs. Demorest has a real smile. SIXTH GRADE NEWS 10.-Parton PsrglnsYou'll ___________ We Wonder WhyGrace
We enjoyed our Valentine Box Day! FOUND-By the Brooker Basketball -
what find else-
means the answers
Mrs. Jcak Williams Tuesday. Mammy wonders why so manyob team, that they weren't go-
slowed where this .
I'd down? she says. We have been studying the discovery our high school girls were absent on page.Guess. Dew likes the Boy Scoutsso : ing to play after they got to

Juniors didn't paint the Mr. Whlttimore can play the of the new world and are Wednesday afternoon from much ? Jacksonville.

| room? now making booklets telling the school.I Who? Alene Austin has been feeling I FOUND--By the Juniors", a date to

ce D. wasn't in the orches- piano.Mrs.. R. M. Perkins was born I story of Columbus. understand dat a few ob our BO blue lately? have the Junior-Senior Ban.

to teach algebra. Heyward Drew and Herbert Junior girls like to play "Ring With her fine character this So many names have automati- quet.

lce 3, missed much more Mrs. Anderson has a good meth- Green are monitors this week.L. Around The Roues." girl, a Junior, has won many cally disappeared from the walls? FOUND--By Jack A., a visitor

od of ending an argument. Kennedy, teacher. Mammy am wondering why dat Friends. The girl !Is about five All the Juniors are talking a- from Brooker.

etb T knew what a con- looks well In Garnlta Hutto, reporter. Iffarrle Howard and Doris Strick- feet tall and weighs about one bout the Junior-Senior banquet? FOUND--By the school, several

r'l \\ill"! Miss Swanbom land am having such a gand time. hundred-fifteen pounds. Her grey Jean Davis was so blue Mon- new typewriters last week.

Juniors did decide when to blue.Miss A champion athlete in bed witha Day sho am strut ing.Doshla. eyes, light brown hair, and light day .

fhe banquet? Stump Is sweet. cold was told that he had a tem Jaunlta and Enza were complexion makes her a very Estelle Austin likes Green Cove OUI'801110 Answer

Stifle C. went back to Tenn. Mrs. Vandiviere is amicable.Mr. perature. sho nuff dressed up Thursday pretty girl. Her dislikes are conceited Springs so much? Willa Vlda Klllingsworth

II could make UP her mind? Sponholtz has some smart "How high Is It, Doc?" he want- night. I wonder where day could people, people who talk too Betty S. looked so sad the first -- .

Chorus didn't have A. Z. brothers. ed to know. have been1 going? much, and new permanents. A part of the week? Milliner: "Pardon, Madam. ThisIs

flfi" Mrs. Long, and Is thankful for "A hundred and one." Until next week, I remain, Few of her likes are dancing, Eldon was working so bard at the hat you Just bought; that's

!1 tory four second period It. "What's the world record?" Your Mammy, swimming, and traveling. noon Monday? the box: you're wearing."

have L. M.? The Juniors

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I i Woman's ClubHas'Business Hoover-Gassett Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd Baptist W. M. U. Has Woodman Circle

I Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett an- Honored At Reception Business-Program Meet Elects DelegatesFour
nounce the marriage of their
ocictyj business meeting of the Rev. L. A. Shepherd The business and meeting -
'5 The regular daughter, Jewell, to Cyrus T. Honoring program applications fo, l11.rn
Woman's Club was at the State of the Baptist Woman's Mis-
I the Starke Hoover, on Sunday February 19, new chaplain ship were received at tt,.
held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: In Tampa. Prison Farm, and Mrs. Shepherd sionary Society was held at the meeting of the Woodman reU1l!!

3 .- o'clock In the club auditoriumwith Mrs. Hoover Is a graduate of a reception was held Tuesday nightof church Monday afternoon at three Grove here Tuesday night Ctl\(\
"' ''the president, Mrs. L. A. last week at the Community o'clock with a good attendance officers were t
the Bradford County High Schoolin present and the
Williams Wiggins Henderson-Cone WeddingIs Canova, In the chair. the class of 1938. building at the Farm. Hostesses Mrs. A. M. Darby, president of was well memorized.Mrs. II'ot t

Routine business was transacted were Mrs. R. H. Cox, Mrs. A. M.Rlcharde the Society, led the Devotional,
Mr. and Mrs. H B. Wiggins of Impressive CeremonyMiss Mr. and Mrs. Hoover will make Vonda Inman district .
A. Jordan Mrs. ;
A. ,
and announcements concerning Mrs. using as her subject, "LearningTo
their: home in St. Petersburg where and national
the marriageof of ager
Hampton announce Cone, daughter represent
Pansy W. G. Stringfellow, and Mrs. J. E.Townsend. ,
,Festival were made
to the Strawberry Mr. Hoover is in business. Pray. of Florida, was CJ
their daughter. Mary George R. C. Cone of Deerfleld, and A. appointed
the chairman of finance Miss 1 Circle No. Two had charge of
Feb ----+-- man on the Grove
Williams, also of Hampton, Ross Henderson, son of Mrs. B. I reports
the hostesses coma*
Mina Manassa. A play, lOner Receiving I the program which centered around :
Mission Class tee for the state
11. The wedding ceremonywas D. Henderson of Jacksonville were I convcnttontjt
were the honor guests, Mr. and
Gypsy Lover to be presented the topic "The Great Com-
performed by Judge E. K. married evening, January LuncheonA held in Lakeland on April
Friday Friday night at 8:00 o'clock at Enjoys Mrs. Shepherd, Supt. L. F. Chap mission And Chief Aim of W. M. 11. 19()tt:
Perryman in Starke. in the home of the Bride.groom's
27. the school house will open the festival delightful covered dish, lunch- man, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. God- U." Mrs. S. E. Sparks, leader of
mother, with the Rev. Mrs. Maude Andrews.
Mrs. Williams was graduatedfrom F'I the festival will the assisted Mrs. GUirdlat[
and proper eon was enjoyed by twenty-six win.The program was by
Bradford County High W. Sessions officiating.The begin at 9:30 o'clock Saturday members of the Baptist Woman's Valentine idea was carried G. W. Alderman and Mrs. A. A. was elected first delegate, Mn
School in the claaa of 1937 and for blrde was charming In a morning. The festival will be heldon Missionary Society Tuesday in out in decorating the beautiful Durden. :Mae Green, second delegate u\,

the past year has been in chargeof beige traveling suit with Japonica- Call Street across from the the home of Mrs. A. M. Darby on rustic club room. In the centerof During the business session Mrs. Mrs. Eunice Wilson and Mrs.j.. .

the school cafeteria in Hamp colored accessories and bouquet of Telegraph office. Cherry Street. The members met the table was a lovely arrangement L. G. Powell suggested a plan for gle Flynn, alternate delegate

ton.Mr. Talisman roses. Mrs. Canova announced that annual for an all day session to study a of red sweet peas flankedby raising money for the building Mrs. Andrews has recently r

Williams, a native of Alabama The maid-of-honor, Mrs. Jerry reports of officers and committee Home Mission book "Go Forward." red tapers in crystal candleholders fund. This plan was adopted and ganlzed an officers club wluc

has spent several years in Jernlgan of Gainesville, was gowned chairmen will be due at The book gets its title from the Southern smilax, inter- plans were also made for caring will meet once a month to pi|,!

Florida and at present is employedwith In teal blue crepe worn with the business meeting in March. first watchword, "Go Forward," spersed with vases of sweet peas for a needy family.A programs for the Grove

the pulp wood Industry In accessories of London tan and a Election of officers will also take used by the society in its organization and narcisses, effectively decorated letter from the Training 'The hostesses served punch u

Hampton, where the young couple corsage of American Beauty roses. place at the March meeting.The fifty years ago. the large mantel. School, thanking the Society for cake and the different office
will make their home. Ben Henderson, brother of therlUCglWUA Artistic arrangements of poppies Pouring coffee were Mrs. Martin a box of linens was read by the gave short, peppy readings
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NLU ULuer uuwera were were rece'veu.
____ law, by Mrs. L. A. Davis, was postponed "pnng 'n'-y. I
of Gainesville, :frosted cakes were served by
George C. Thomas used in decorating.The .
an uncle of the bride, gave her in meeting.until the next business meeting was in preparationfor Misses Sadie Prince, Betty Joe :.-.--------...-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-. -....

marriage.A the Annie W. Armstrong weekof Holmes Enza Weaver, Betty and FLOWERS :

reception for the assembled Great Leader Honored prayer, at which' time special Margaret Stringfellow, Rivers I
i guests followed the wedding. The I meetings will be held and "Thank Hundley, and Mary Townsend. All orders filled with careful eoiuiidrn-1 I

cake, topped with a miniature I 1 The W. C. T. U. met last week Offerings" for home missions will Assisting In looking after the don for the requirement of the individual I I

bride and bridegroom was on the with the president, Mrs. F. A. be made. pleasure of the guests were Mrs.J. I Special attention given! to promptness u 41 I l
lace covered bride's table and was Scott, for a memorial program in Teaching the book were Mrs. A. A. Bouvier, Mrs. J. C. Booker, I
surrounded by maiden hair fern honor of Frances E. WSHlard. I Darby, president of the Starke Mrs. M R. Holmes, Mrs. V. N. .

Give thanks for and sweet peas. founder and great leader of the : Society, Mrs. L. G. Powell and Geiger, Mrs. Gerald Cox, Mrs. W. Mrs. L..GiPowellPhone I

the roof During the evening Mr. Henderson organization. Many tributes paid I Mrs. W L. Jenkins of Raiford. C. Pendley, Mrs. J. H. Moncrelf, : I2S-J I
over yourheadsuppose and his bride left for their to her by colleagues were read at I At 12:30 o'clock Mrs. W. E. Murphree, and Mrs. J
lifts It out : a covered dish R. Kite. .....__,_._._._._._.__... _,... .. n ... T.. _- I
it wedding trip and upon their return time. was brought luncheon was served buffet style --.

will reside In Springfield. that Miss Willlard'a statue standsin from a perfectly appointed tablein post -
v ceacwROM
had burnt lastINSURE Mrs. Henderson attended Brad- the Hall of Fame at Washington the dining room. Covered witha Baby Contest Closes / 7N1 IRrvlRNANDINA

night ford County High School here, D C. as a representative of handsome punchwork linen cloth Saturday NightThe
where she made her home with Illinois' The Union will meet the table was centered with a low Thai KU1R0/seisilnrrNlr
WITII her father R. C. Cone, for several 1 with Mrs. J. W. White this after arrangement of sweetpeas and baby popularity contest,
noon at 3 o'clock. blue cornflowers. sponsored by the Little Women's
years.Mr.. Henderson, an Andrew ----+ After luncheon the study class department of the Woman's Clubas
I Jackson High School graduate, has Large AttendanceAt was continued and the following a feature of the Strawberry Festival }

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE been connected with the Arrow St. Mark's Tea announcement was made: Week of this week Is creating wide- / r SOUlS

Zorlc Cleaners for several years. Prayer will be observed Monday, spread Interest. The boy and girl 1 eYf'' T rat ,- sun
St. Mark's Auxiliary of the receiving the most votes before 4
Tuesday, and Wednesday of the
Episcopal Church entertained at a the contest closes will be crowned
coming week and the meetings
'I Valentine silver tea, on Thursday king and queen of the festival 4mile.
Freshen will be held at the church. Circle
up your winter wardrobe afternoon of last week from 3:30: ( and will be presented with silver
I No. Two will have charge of the
With accessories to five o'clock, In the Woman's loving cups and a complimentary .
new . . meeting Monday afternoon; Circle 1161
Club building. It was a most successful No. Three of the Tuesday afternoon photograph from Hoover Brothers irAoa d / tiny

New azalia pink with navy.' Japonica with light par- affair :from every stand meeting; and Circle No. One Studio. /ARI

ision and surf blues. Teal Blue with Navy. Fushia point. The auditorium was decorated of the meeting Wednesday night. The entrants are from two

with Black and Pink. Chartruese with American with festoons of red and The afternoon meetings will be through five years of age and rTrVDNN ( /i7rid

Beauty. See our new line of Bags and Handkerchiefs white crepe paper and placed to : held at 3 o'clock and the evening must have been registered at the T VMS
and Flowers. advantage were bowls of azaleas, meeting will be at 7:30: o'clock. Bradford County Telegraph officeor PLAYVUL
sweet peas and red-bud blossoms. with Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs. E. /wOx>AIMNOrI

Also Foard Print Handkerchiefs and Scarfs. Receiving the guests were Mrs.J. Marcus Brown Jr. L. Matthews, or Mrs. J. C. Wal-

Birth Announcements, Shower Invitations C. Hoover, Mrs. J. B. Carlisle lace by noon Monday.A WITH
I Patriotic Tallies and Mrs. Walter Weatherly. Lit Birthday I card showing the number of
tle Dotty Sue Biggs and Margaret Marcus Brown, Jr., six-year-old votes each child has will be placedin
Flower arrangements our specialty.' Something Monteith, wearing long green son of Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. Brown, I the Telegraph office and each

different but economically priced. taffeta frocks, received the silver was the honor guest at a party day the correct list will be pub
" Enjoy your Spring outings in our pastel skirt and offerings.The last Thursday afternoon given by lished. KIN FRIEDMAN'S "CARTOON GUIDE OF FLORIDA"

sweater sport togs. lovely program was under his parents| .at their home on The loving cups and ballot boxesare 100 clever' drawings 160 pages of delightfully Interesting t Uii

. New Dresses Arriving Daily' the direction: of Mrs. R. J. Davis North Walnut Street, in celebration displayed in Carpenter's and rusingrauthentic, concisely: ; written. Complete with 2-eoloiM
, and the opening numbers were by of his birthday anniversary. I Canova's Drug Stores and each -11.00 at ;your local: book store or writ
the Rhythm Band composed of After showering "Markle" with vote is one cent. SOUTHERN a FEATURES, Inc., Box 1740, Jax, Fls.

children from the second grades, presents and playing merry games, The contest will close Saturday '_ IllelllellAllAIIINIIIlI11DIWIAIIIIIRIlaI111111111111111111
taught by Mrs. H. C. Ritch and the young guests enjoyed refreshments night at seven o'clock and the

97 OR 34 ANYTIME Miss Kitty Hogsed. The numbers The Washington birthday king and queen will be crowned at AT
played were "The Secret" and colors and designs were carried eight o'clock on the festival
out in( detail; the paper napkinswere grounds.
"Minuet in G, and the accompanist
gay with red, white and blue ALEXANDER'SMEN'S
was :Mrs. Clifton Drown
The Auxiliary members were 1 colors and the small fancy plates The W. T. Weeks Chapter

= fortunate to have as their guest 'were also ornamented with the United Daughters of the Confed
national colors. Place cards, at- eracy. will meet
A MI singer, Miss Beulah McGowan of Wednesday,
Jacksonville, who delighted her tached to tiny baskets of mints, March first, at three-thirty, at the
I audience with her clear high directed the guests to their places. home of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes MEN'S HIGH QUALITY
Cups of Ice cream and slices of Hostesses: Mrs.
soprano voice. The first group of Haynes and
To give him a better chance solos by Miss McKowan were: (a) cake were served by Mrs. Brown, Mrs. J. W. Andrews. FELT HATS DRESS SHIRTS

"Lovely Celia" (Monro), (b) assisted by Mrs. K. G. Duncan.
in life start on: Black
now our "Phyllis Has Such Charming Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Kale Brown Cray A Regular $1.25 Quality
systematic plan which will 4, Struth, and Mrs. R. G. Kldd. The FLOWERSFOR I
Graces" (Anthony Young), (c) and Tan Fort
enable your '' "The Little French Clock" (Rich- birthday cake was the center of ALLOCCASIONS

ard Contz), with Mrs. L. A. Can- attraction in the dining roomItwas 9Sc 9Sc
a college cost ova as accompanist iced In white and topped with IN ANYDESIGNS
ingly small six small red candles. The favors
Paul Canova III, recited in a I
manly manner, "George Washing- were balloons of many colors. GOTHAN GOLD STRIPE
Ask our local agentor r ton's Decision," and was followedby Invited to this lovely party were:: Also Flowers

write a skit from two third grade Richard Kldd Jr., Norma Canova, A Wired to 'i Beautiful Silk Stockings
Kasper: and Margaret Rose Duncan '
pupils from Mrs. Ethel "
Bigg'sroom. AnybodyAnywhere
,, .
h Nancy and Hollla Knight, 79c
Margery Manning took the > Pair $1.50
part of Washington's mother, and Jr., Jeanette Inman, Marion For AnyOccasion
: Edward Williams the part of Brown, Dotty Sue Biggs Joan
Dinkins, Levy and George Canova,
George Washington, doing their
N. D.
I Carl Lamar Johns Dorothy Ann WAINWRIGUT
I parts remarkably well. This
number -
t Johns, Billy Weldon and Phone 102 See Our Infant
was followed by a group of Edwards. Carolyn I : ; DepartmentYou

third grade children In colonial f

R. E. JEFFCOAT' Assistant Manager costumes Miss McGowan, dancing sang the minuet.as her sea.. Methodist- W. M.. S. <0- Will Be Agreeably Surprised

i P. O. Box 225 ond group of songs (a) "Will Yorf Meets :Monday\ ENGRAVINGTHE : -- / At The Beautiful and Most Complete

Lake City FloridaJ. Remember from Maytime (Sig-? The Woman's Missionary Societyof
mund Romberg), (b) "Kiss Me :1'
the Methodist church met Monday Line At Reasonable Prices
Again" (Victor Herbert \
), and her afternoon at the church and
accompanist was Mrs. L. A, Can
held the
M. ALVAREZ Est. 1894 February program and J
--- ova. business meeting. !ra

Dotty Sue Biggs and Margaret Mrs. L. A. Davis, superintendent I MEN'S COMPLETE LINEInterwoven ME1"1
"The Dependable Store"FLY'S Monteith delighted their listenersoy "' ._ ___ !
nt n..I..1. ..'.''atl5. ._. Da'fttl ft ..
-- ----- '''''U'' "u.
; singing, with marked expres- ducted the program and the sub- Work Pants Socks
sion, "The Little Yellow Basket." ject was "Widening the Horizonof !I

8 OZ. SANFOUIZED The last number on this charm- the Home. Mrs. A. Wood of 98c

Ing program was a solo, "Out of fered an earnest prayer, and Mrs. 1 Full Length and

OVERALLS $1.25&$1.50 the Dust" (Dorothy Lee), by Mrs.R. Davis was assisted on the programby Shirts To Match
J. Davis, Anklets79c
accompanied by Mrs.
Mrs. L. C. Ray, Mrs. J. W.
"You Can Take :FLY To Water Hut You Can'tMake L. A. Canova.
White, :Mrs. T J, Griffin, Mrs. E.
It Shrink" The serving table was placed in K. Perryman and Mrs. Pearl FINEST THAT 3 Pairs

the sun-parlor and covered with a Simpson, Mrs. E. L. Williams im :MONEY CAN BUY
handsome lace cloth. Both Good Quality
Centering $1.00
pressively read the hymn "The
WORK the table was a bowl of calendulaand Kingdom of ,
ferns, balanced by tall red
companied at the
organ by Mrs.
"Honest Made" ._. __ __ $1.95 to $2.95 candles In silver holders. Pour I sided over by the president, Mrs. Visit Our Shoe Dept.A .
coffee was Mrs. J. L. Frazee F. H. Long. WEDDINGINVITATIONS

North Lebanon "Steadywear" ___ $2.39 to $2.75 and pouring tea was Mrs. W. D 'I The business session was Complete Line of Sport and
Dowty. Marjorie Davis Dress Shoes-from
wearinga W. E. Middleton and Mrs.
Monkey-Skin and Splits _______________ $1.49 long pink georgette frock dis- man transacted her Perry-
tributed as sec BIRTH $1.98 to $4.95The
the favors, which were
retary. Miss
These in Plain or Cap Toe red hearts on which was written Ray read the ANXO UNCEMENTS
I treasurer's report, and Latest
"St Mark's". Mrs. Char for Men, Women
Serving sandwiches
ley E. Johns chairman of local and Children
mints and cookies were Mrs. HU-
work also reported on the workof SYMPATHY
dabelle Bence. Miss Ella J. Sas-
papering and
painting at the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
see. Miss Ida Lulu
Davis and Mrs.

GOING AWAY? J. The M. Alvarez.proceeds :from the tea will change three parsonage.o'clock the time It was of meeting decided from to We arc local agents for the II. I It Will Pay You To Visit Our New Storei

be used toward extensive repairs clock. to three-thirty o' & n. Drew Co., the South' fin- I

n See Our Luggage and Mark's termite Church.extermination on St. I Plans were discussed for a silver put line of Kngravera.Fine Engraving Their Sampler entire I Before Making Your Purchases

tea to be given at the club
About one house, may be sewn by calling 29
hundred or 82.
persons at- and the
rX1if1.NnN date was set for

95c to $2.95 from tended out this of-town beautiful there tea, and March 17. Proceeds from Friday the tea, : Alexander Cot

yIVhRLWI WNtlI,' N1 sons from Jacksonville,were Melrose per-, will be used at to the help pay for Improvements Bradford County &
Farm Waldo, and Penney Telegraph j
Farms. were 24 members present I B. E. HATFIELD
at Mgr.
meeting. ,
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Stanley Bennett spent the week- Dr and Mrs. W E. :Middleton Dr. S. P. Vamllvlere, of Brunswick I Mr, and :Mrs. W. P. Smith bad 1100 SALES PROFITABLE

end in Jacksonville with Mrs. and granddaughter. Marjorie Sue Ga.. spent the week-end as their guests Sunday Mr. and Chipley Washington Countyfarmer

Bennett and Mi. and Mrs. Ran- Middleton of Jacksonville spent here with his wife and son. Dr. I Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Palatka,
sold $8.670 worth of hogsat
Bits of dolph Boree. the week-end at their camp near. Vandivlere Is now a member of the Rev. and Mrs. W. F.< Jones
Brunswick, Ga. the State Board of Health with and Mr. and Mrs. M H. Jones and cooperative sales here duringthe

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roane and headquarters: in Brunswick. family, all of Jacksonville. past season.

two sons of Jacksonville were Mrs E. K. Canova and L. A. ---- .

IDeal Nec guests Sunday of Judge and Mrs.A. Canova spent Thursday In "Tallahassee A. J. Rogers, an employe of the RISING SALVE

Z. Adkins. as guests of Mrs. Canova's State Prison Farm Is occupying, Mrs II. II. Lewis Corrropondcnt 666 rail.',..

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and together with his the
I I OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I II parents Mrs. David Paulk and little COLDS
CONCERNING I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Yelton of Mrs. G. L. Patten. downstairs apartment of the house daughter. Fay, of Jacksonvillewere

[ PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN I Rutherfordton, N. C., were guests on Call Street formerly occupiedby guests of her parents, Mr. L'...'.. ....Iet. Price
last week of the' Rev. and Mrs. Jennings Cottrell, a student at Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest.A. I and Mrs. Walter Underhill, last Sal'., Neu Droee IUC & 25 C

Frank Robinson. the University of Florida In

Gainesville, spent the weekendhere F. P. King Mrs. Minnie Mor- week.Woodrow Thomas of Lacrosse

Miss Phylis Cleghou of St. as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ris, and Mrs. Charm Keeter, all spent the week-rnd with Mr. and
Miss Mina Manaasa and
Andreu spent
i and Mrs A. O. Petersburg arrived Tuesday to be W. B. Sewell and family. of Hendersonville, N. C., were in Mrs. W. C. Conner.Mr. .
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Sat
spent -
Ly Jacksonvilleliter the guest of the Rev. and Mrs.
to urday in Jacksonville. Starke Thursday Mr. King, whois and Mrs. W. C. Conner

McDonald, Jr., of Miami i Frank Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thornquestand an uncle of the late Mrs. Juno spent lust week In Jacksonvillewith
Mrs. Yf.: N. Johnson were in Wall, was looking after property relatives.
visitor here this week. Mrs. E. R. Struth and youni g Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphree Interests here.
Gainesville Monday attending a Bert Shaw and Emery Lewis
son, James Rodman, have return- and son, James Edward, of Palat-
district meeting of the Woman'sChristian made a business trip to LaCrosse
1 M. Smith ed to their home here. ka of and
Mrs. Junius I were guests Sunday Mr. Provides
Mr. and
and Temperance Union. Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Monday.
' m' Tuesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. V. B. Harrell. daughter, Fredrlcka, and Mrs. Burt and Richard Wiggins of: CASH-Ia event of accident.

Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Brad-I i William Stanley, who is makinghis Frank G. Dauknlght and daughter Jacksonville were visiting W. C. :. CASH-la event of illneis.
G. M. Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs. C.
F Klckliter was a visitor to I shaw are visiting relatives i ii 11 home here with Mr. and Mrs. Jane Merrill, all of Jacksonville Conner Monday. CASH-To par hospital bills.

ka Wednesday afternoon. Havana and Tallahaseee. I A. Futch, Joe Sistrunk, and Mer- Frank Lee Is confined to the Vet- were guests' Wednesday> of Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs. CASH-To pay doctor bills.
rill relatives
Futch were visiting eran's Hospital in Lake City because Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Bishop Thomas visited Mrs. Eve- CASH-Or a monthly income

Jacobs and T. Frank Land H. H. Ford of Lakeland was a In Tampa recently. of an infected arm. Miss Kate Struth. lyn Crosby, who Is ill, Saturday for life M retirement.

Tuesday in Tallahassee recent guest of his uncle one 1 afternoon. CASH-Or a monthly Incomefor
pent Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent several -
7 aunt, Mr. and Mrs John Uglow. attended I Miss Isabel Fernandez leaves your loved one In
days this week in Jackson- K. G. Duncan the CARD OF THANKS event of premature
s. Alice Barnard of Detroit,,, ville with her daughter, Miss American Legion Convention In! today for Havana. Cuba to resume death.

.is the guest of Mrs. J. H Mrs. W. B, Sewell spent a fe Martha Brownlee. Perry last week-end, where be was her work as teacher of English in We wish to thank the membersof Yoa pay for Perfect Protection

days this week in Leesburg h made chairman of the executive' a private school. She has been our splendid fire departmentand whether yon own it or noe

her mother, Mrs. E. M. Overtsreet" Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keene and committee of the organization. I IL at the home of her mother, Mrs. the many friends who gave Send for NOWf complete detail TODAY
s. L. H. Jennings ants'babl R. S. Fernandez, since the Christ- their assistance during our recent -
MnndaV\ __ __ children, J. W. and Velvehree ..__ .... _
in, I _._.
e ant .u 99 man hnllrlfivn.__.. because nf__ illness. fl u. -
Lynn P ------- and re also thank the
TV o .
Hunter Bryant 01 Millen! Ga., I I were visiting friends and relativesIn Mr zani. ri. vwan Baptist; HAROLD WALL* Agency
spent last week-end here as guestof Callahan Snday. Mr. and Mrs Charles Ronenburg hurch for the temporary use of
of Tallahassee guests Wed- Mrs. R. Torratua and heir parsonage. Reliance Life Insurance Com
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mrs. were daughter I
8----A.: : Bishop"and Harold nesday night of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sandra Gail, are spending a few Hollis and Merry Knight and pany of Plttaburg
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwrightand
Una Bishop spent, Saturday B. Mundy at their camp on Lake days here with the former's sister, f amlly.
W. M. A.
Wimberly, Mrs family of Tallahassee were
ickaotivllle.'a. Mrs. Mike -- ------
Santa Fe. Dew. Mrs. Torratus :
F. Sauls, and Miss Louise Snyder week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,.
-- recently a position -
spent Monday afternoon in Gaines- N. D. Wainwright, Sr. I
A D. Williamson of BradIs Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer and as interpreter for the consul ,
the guest of Mr. andH. ville. i daughter, Anlce. and :Miss Katie of the Central American countries ,
Woodfin Haile and cousin. Mir:
A. Bishop.ell i Fugate of Jacksonville were guests at the World's Fair In New York. i Tip Top Grocery
Mrs. N. Sternberg spent Tues- Rachel Adair, of West Palm Beach Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and -_. i
day night In Jacksonville as the spent the week-end here with Mr.
Green and M. J. Sur- Mrs. J. F. Colley and Miss Virginia Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and :
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing and Mrs. W. G. Halle. j
of Brooker were business Fugate.Mr. Mrs. Carrie Ritch had as guests 1
Irs here Monday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jor- ; AND MARKET :!
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis hadas
and Mrs. J. F. Colley, Miss dan and two sons. Harold and :I
Leo Witkovskl of Galveaton guests last Thursday Ms. Ruf-
Virginia Fugate and their guests, Edward of Oveldo; Mrs. C. C. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Tatum and Miss Beulah Mc-
Texas arrived here Wednesday for us
Mr. and Mrs A. I. Spencer and Mendoza and small son, Clifford, .
a visit with his father. B. R. Wit- Gowan of Jacksonville.Mrs. daughter Anice. of Jacksonville Miss Glori Johns Tommy Ritch FEBRUARY 24 & 25, 1939 ;
I ,
I visited the Azalea Gardens at Earl- and Miss Irene Von Osthoff all

Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gaines- week from. Sallie Tampa Tison where returned she last had ton Beach Sunday. of Jacksonville. i Celery each 5c| Lettuce each 1lh' 1

months with ,
ville was the luncheon guest Wed- spent the past two
Miss Ruth Rowe :
Mr. and Mrs. I; S. Matthews returned to her
of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. her sister Mrs. N. N. Norton.
ercn spent last week-end in Tampa as home here Monday after spending

Duncan. of Mrs. G. C. some time in Rome, Ga., with her
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter guests Livingston. : i No.1 1 Grade A Potatoes 10 Ibs. 20c :
While there, Mr. Matthews attended brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ,
Miss of Talla- Miss Juanita Barefoot, Mrs.
Dorothy Sapp
hearings of the Florida Mrs. Charles Burton. Friends of ,
hassee spent the week-end herewith : L. J. Green and daughter, Judy,
Railroad Commission. Miss Rowe will be glad to learn
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. spent Thursday In Jacksonville.Mr. that she has recovered from Inju- r n"lutUulIow! 3 Pound Oranges, Doz. 5c ;

exceed 5114ooo,0oo B. Sapp. Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.B. ries sustained in a recent automo-
and Mrs. L. F. DInkins and M. Fussell will regret to learn bile accident in Rome. Bananas lOc

than $166,000,000 insuranceforce Mrs. George Heller ot Flint daughter. Joan,the and week-end Mrs. J. W.in that they left Tuesday for the ; Onions, lb. 3%c

Michigan arrived Thursday for a Hagan spent State Farm where they will make Mrs. A. J, Grlffla, Mrs Hugh
with Mrs. J. L,. Harrison.Mr.
thin 90 cent of the 350eriean visit here with her mother, Mrs. their home. Mr. Fussell Is a Brownlee, Mrs. Orle Wiggins,
J. H. Lord. contractor at the.Farm. Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. A. A. Dur- I
Life Insurance companies and Mrs. C. F. Ward hadas Lemons Fancy Doz. 15c
their guests recently Mr. Ward'ssisterInlaw I den, and Mrs. Harry Houston attended ,
jUance i Life ha paid more than 123 Mr. and Mrs. E. Stafford and Mrs. H. A. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson Mr. the miscellaneous! shower i

nillioa dollars to policyholders Mrs. J. F. Howell of Olustee were and Mrs. Will Latimer of Marietta and Mrs. Edward Burns, and Mr. I given in honor of Mrs. GeorgeWilliams LIUBY'S FANCY '' CANI:

md beneficiaries. dace organization guests Monday of Misses. Ruth and and Mrs. L. A. jDavta( enjoyed a of Hampton Tuesday af-
Ga. !
in 1903.JAKOLI Edith Rowe. week-end camping trip to Gulf ternoon at the Methodist Church MILK SUGAR

I Hammock in Levy County. They Mrs. Williams, prior to her marriage
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane,
) C. WALL. Agency Mrs. A. J. Williams and son, I caught "plenty of, fish" and came wits Miss Mary Wiggins,

(lance Life Insurance Company Charles of Cocoa were guests here Sr., of as Gainesville guests of spent their this son week and back praising this beautiful sec daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. 3 Tall Cans 17c 5 Ibs. 21c

of Pltt burg last week-end of Senator and Mrs.C. tion of the state Wiggins of Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs.
E. Johns. daughter-in-law ._ -- ill
-- -- ---- K. McClane. :: Blue Rose Rice 5 Ibs. 17c :

Mrs. Robert Conway of Glen ,

NAT SEZ: Falls, N. Y.. who ia spending some I3i= i'Ur j HULK IlKST WHITEBACON

: time in Florida spent the week
Some slick hit
advertising man
end here with her sister, Mrs. LARD
upon a clever scheme for selling E. Canova, Jr. '&> -

more pipe He announce.*! over --
lCt.' ( the air that a man looked more Mrs. P. K. Canova, Sr., Mr. and (Music Features & Photo Syndicate, N. Y.) J Pound 9c Pound 12J/c

Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son, Richard, ELLINGTON'S real name is Edward Kennedy Ellington .
manly smoking a pipe and added DUKE oJI! -
and their guests. R. H. Helmln- Dorsey has figured that in his years of trombone-tooting Can lOc
the subtle touch by Haying that a toiler of Washington, D. C., and I he ha blown enough air to fill a blimp Jascha Relict* suggestionthe ; Premier Spinach, No. 21.2 Size ,.

man who smoked a pipe Was more Mrs. R. G. Kidd Sr.. of Richmond, of at a the brief end silence of royal brothers airing the latest II ; Country-Kist Corn, 3 Cans 25c

attractive to the ladle Result, Va., and Hawthorne spent SundayIn concert b r 0 a d- American dance rune for them at Country-Kist Peas 3 Cans 25c
Is st. Augustine. Marine Studios, cuts U all well their various stops in the Dominion.He j :
Dick and
Tom, Harry
every now a pipe smoker. I bought two and Daytona Beach.UJmiTflDS. and good but more never considerate worked, more, he appreciative relates, for Half Slices Pineapple, 2 1.2 Size Can 15c ,A AI
that far listeners 1
of them, oh, boy, do I look manly. have been their employer Though Wales, he 1 I Table Peaches, No. 21/ Size Can 12'/2c
somewhat bored with
own judges as found, was
to when the iil- the social world, brother Georgewas FANCY HKLECTTOMATOES
enthusiastic, as ready for ai I
New SpringOXFORDS ence period as 1 COFFEE
I should begin. good time as a boy out of military]

Often It occurs icbool. i Save from lOc to ISo per pound
at the tart of a
"'"" ever No. 2 Size Can Gc
'program. heard tha
tLCc3 Mc f fFOR Can't recall having 1 Freshly Roasted f
+ White and brown and raRE SURE Louis Reid "Sweetie" seems Red Caps band of the Grant Central,! 1
tei6d as dead in Tin Pan Alley al"toortie- COOKING; Freshly Ground
t s9smnkGS combinations. Very wootsie." Nor U anz attention paid .. .,,. ,rfr ..

.I attractive and reasonably any writers'more moon to "ba-by.keeps a-ehinin'But the song OIL To Suit Your I

priced SALE-Best offer gets lots Shrewdest showman in the musicalworld > Needs.
11 and 12 Temple's addition to is Leopold Stokowtlty. Head Gallon 75c

:; Starke. Mrs. P. E. Bailey Cam- lines are a. easy fohim .. Baeb. I 1lF>> TOP BRANDCOFFEE Pound .
$1.98 to $2.98 illa, Ga. 2-24 4tp The old tune "Aw Gee, Be BALLAItU 4 IIALLAIU
Sweet To Me, Kid is being retur. __ ___ 15c I
; WANTED Second-hand show rected by the swing boy .. Pan-Cake Flour

cases and wrapping paper cut fAN GOLD TOP BRAND Pound

Peter's Shoes ter. See R. L. (Bill) Reddish, Seldom hear Mlb Ale. play the Package lOc COFFEE __ __ 18c 1

Heilbronn Springs. Itp old hoedowns at prandpappv and ,,. r l m
FOR CHILDRENwill Uncle Freedom would have Weed/ to 1 IUKKN BRAND TIP-TOP VAC.COFFEE. Pound
WANTED -- Man for Rawlelgh U',
have had them played. Maybe 20c
Route In Bradford, Union, Putnam became too many of the hillbillies MAPLE SYRUP -- -
HOLEPROOSI last much longer Counties. Permanent If come from the stapes of Broadway MAXWELL HOUSE Pound f

and cost very little more you are a hustler. Sales way up They're Family Men
p this year. For particulars write Quart 25c COFFEE _._' __ __ 25c
? shoes Orchestra leaders, as a rule, are
than the cheapest FAC-223-103V
Rawlelgh's.Memphis, Tenn.Dept., or see E. C. existence.family men Wblteman despite their takes nomadic great
e Flour 12 Ib. Sack 25c i iJ
$1.25 to $1.98 Vaughan Green Cove Springs, pride in his young son. Olsen has ,
Fla. 4tp 3-17 two children. Bestor's particularJoy Duke Ellington, A.8.C.A.P.
Is a young daughter. Isbam (Band Leader and composer of COUNTRY ROLL
I All through the day until you FOR RENT-Unfurnished, 4-room Jones is a proud) father. So 1s Hal "Solitude".) I
apartment, newly deco- }{emp. EmU Coleman Is training Terminal' Cheese lb. 17cl :
|able. Into bed ... these Rne, sheer FINAL CLEARANCEOF rated.upstairs Apply Mrs. Hlldabelle his Curiously son for, a only maestros a ;handful career. of ready for the Maybe World's they're fair visitors.netting i Butter, Ib. 30c

apes accentuate. the beauty of smart, Bence, Starke. Itp -
dance band batoncers are composersor We're always wanted to know how I New Maid Margarine 2 Ibs. 22c
pud legs. Three-thread clear FOR RENT Four room bunga- lyricists membership and belong of the to American the imposing really to appreciate the tango. It ,
ALL WINTER GOODS has remained for Xavier Cugat to
f" and the crepe twist lengthen low In town with three acres Society of Composers.: Authors and tell. He. If anyone, should know SEMINOLE Pound
farm land. Extra good Publisher The select Hat Includes
ear la the smartest hades ijil Sweaters, Coats, dresses water. J. G. Boyd. Itp Rudy Vallee (he was pan author of. Advises"It you CoPt cannot: dance, then havea Sliced Breakfast Bacon'25c

and Winter Shoes have among other things, "Deep Night"and bottle of sherry at your elbow and
79c FOR SALK Two used sedans, fine "Betty C -Ed" ), Wayne King. :a plate of Andalnsjan fritter on
I all been marked down condition. Sell reasonably, cash Isham Jones, whose "111 See You In I your lap:' I Neck-Bones lb. 7c
My Dreams" still get a big play
"lily ,
DouW and La-
terms. Plymouth
C.rtafd by Good or II ,
sale. annually; Al Coodman, concocter of "
for quick
'.H Olngood !lh. B.H. Fab. Salle, ready to go. Might take Innumerable popular arrangements; I Title. of tome recent unsolicited

Jg Toting Bw.a. small truck. See U. P. Davis, Ernie Golden. Duke Ellington. Ted contribution of amateur songwrit 14 Oz. Jar Pickle Feet Each 17
Starke. It Fiorito, Jerry LlTlngeton.!: !en, unduly. concerned with life, to : ,
FT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERC'f 'Broadway music publishers Owe
LOST OR STRAYED 12 head Of an maestros, none take great Everybody in Iowa" "It Ain't Love
stock cattle. Colors: red er pride in put association than So It Must Be Hate," "M,. Tele Breakfast Bacon Squares lb. 18c
brindle, frosty, red-.tde, and Jack Denny.. He like to recall that phone Will Always Be Busy to You I I Ij
white-back. Marked, swallow Le wa official jail dispenser to the Yon Rat. i
Duke of Windsor (then Prince of
fork one ear, swallow fork and Wale) and Prince George during lt', hard to believe, but the toy TUJI Pound
upper bit In other ear. Old their visit to Canada some year have written word/ to Balnt-Baentf 31clBeefStew
brand R. P., new brand 30. ago. Denny. got a leave of absence "Dante Macabre." Newell Chase ]hat \ j Butter 121Ia.lalralMla.Il.NrpYeaAaaaAaaAAleraN /c I IIIoII.ItII'lIr"'rlllIIIII''I1III'
Notify R. S. Johns, Lake Butler, from the Montreal hotel where bewa prepared a vocal interpretation of ,

Fla., and receive reward. Itp. ,. pUyfag: spent fire week with IU eerie co.tJlOfl'w.. J ..e.""' ..._..,-", \ ''''' '"'.....

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PENSION LEADER TO SPEAK IN f HAVE YOU READ? Four Victims Tell Stories like she was tying (It u;: a

1I17tsfr kerchief and gave u back ,,,,:;

m Household JACKSONVILLE I The Library now has twenty How Thieves Took Their MoneyEditor' "I am eighty-six years old iii.,
I don't see
__ Dr Frances E. Scout books which will aid the very well anylI1o"

CURRENT FOOD REMINDERSBy Townsend originator Boy Scouts In securing their Merit I suppose they must hav PUt':
of the fam- Badges. We hope to obtain ( Note: Recently roving th'evea' have obtained money under real money In their pocke4>
r. twenty more of these books as false pretence from at Icnnt four homes In thin vicinity. Later these left roe some worthless papnh
Isabelle S Thursby ed old-age parties were arrested", in Licuind. fined $100, but released! before authorities the handkerchief.
888lst-\\ soon aa sufficient Interest is shown
Extension Economist in Food ance plan I there learned they were wanted In thin county Last week a deputy
ConservationThis bears his in these. sheriff In Alaohua County arrested two women In connection with the "This is the second tim! tvl,
is a reminder of foods; will address a "Sword Of Islam," by Sabatini, robbery of a negro man and woman In the Mlcanopy section. From their been stung by these peoPle f*,I

you'll want to use before they are mass meeting in "Three Harbours," by F. Van general description and method of obtaining money, It In believed that know a Gypsy woman who JJI
: thefts in all three sections are the work of the same band of thlevrs. out like she was *
out of season, a few February I the Duval County Wyck Mason; "Alone, by RichardE. telling my fT.|
The Gainesville Dally Sun described the two women arrested aa Gypsies
:Marco offerings that you'll find In I Armory In Jack- Byrd; "Refugees," by Dorothy and stated they stole $150 from the negro couple by pretending to be tune stole $210 from mi, m yin Inlng's

abundance now in most sections : : sonville, Mond a y Thompson; "Song Of Years," by "faith" healers. The woman told the negroes to look them In the eye store several yea,4 agog I
of Florida. night, Feb. 27 He Bess Streetcher Aldrlch; "Testa- and to believe that the Lord would cure them. But first, a. piece ot had the money in a little cloth I

Broccoli-Chinese Cabbage- Italian _Is making* a series ment," by R. C Hutchinson and silver was asked for and the negro woman brought a dime from her like you get from the bank Sh
broccoli deserves ar of Florida appear- "Disputed Passage" by Lloyd C. hoarding! place. The "healers" then asked for a Bible and a glass. of was up real close to me mak !
green sprouting water and while the negro man and woman were getting these articles.,
all kinds of
well as ances Includ 1 n g Douglas, are among the new booksat gestures, and! ''ouc
attention now. as In order that
the women made away with 4150 from the hiding place.
Chinese cabbage. You'll be sorry Tampa, Orlando, the public library this week. the general public might become familiar with the methods. used by these me here and there. I suppose 8ht,
when they are gone and don't say Miami, and Pensa- Some of our most popular novelsare thieving Nomads, the Telegraph herewith presents detailed accounts of must have run her hand m

we didn't warn you, for it will bea cola. The Town- : the four thefts In this area, .s told by the victims themselves) pocket and pulled that little bj

long time before their plentiful send Plan Is now "All This And Heaven Too" by -- ,' out by the string I didn't find II
appearance. While broccoli must under discussionin ; Rachel Field Theft Number One reading from the Bible. The oth- was gone until I got back hone'

be cooked Chinese cabbage Is us- Congress where ,I This story Is based on truth, (As told to the Telegraph by er one said she admired the scen- ---

ually served as a raw salad. It hearings are being that is stranger than fiction, com- Mrs. L. A. Donally, resident of ery around the lake and would go Theft Number Four
and held by the House Klngaley Lake.) outside and walk around a while.
resembles romaine, lettuce bines the drama of one of the most (As told by Mrs. Bert
Swiss chard In appearance, the Inner of RepresentativesWays notorious murder cases In France "I was alone at the time, about She left the room and the fast- housewife living on Road Oy. r

leaves having celery texture. and Means with a period of American history 11 o'clock in the morning, and talking woman stayed in the bed- tween Starke and Hampton 13 Ii-
It Is sometimes chopped and sub Committee. D r. covering the New England and doing some work on the back porch room with my husband and my- i '.

41, stituted for celery. Served with : Townsend appeared the New York of 1850 to 1875. It when this woman came around the self. "Two women drove up to tli,
( 4i house In a car and said ,; ,
I a snappy French dressing, it is ( before the com- Is the story of Rachel Field's own house and spoke to me. She was "Finally the other woman came they wail
ed to tell fortune.
' relished by all. t : a A lfA mittee as a witness great-aunt. This novel Is at the talking real fast and kept it up back and they left In a black, new- my I told then I
t I didn't believe In such
I t Celery Florida's premiere crop F recently top of the reading list In What Is without hardly pausing for breath. looking automobile. After they things: '

Is on the market now at a reduced # if.I N5 where he took issue America Reading "She told me she was a mission- had gone I noticed things didn't asked them to go on away The
eald 'There's ten
tQ or fifteen
I, price. Enjoy this fancy appetizer with certainCongressman "Listen The Wind' by ary and needed some money to look just right on the shelf where lara in that house, Ian.t there fe<' "'.
" at its best.Cltrus..It. who Anne Morrow LindberghAnne carry on her work. She asked me I had been keeping some moneyin told them i,
you have neglected stated that the Lindbergh cannot describe if I had any money and I told her a book. I looked, and sure they were wrong and t togo
on off and leave
i'' your marmalade making so far, 4 ? *? Idea of paying even a chance encounter with a yes. It happened that we had enough, a $10 bill that we had me alone. s
don't wait a minute longer to try aged people $200a half-caste radio operator without just sold some property near been keeping for a friend of our's "They started away andi I

I this chartreuse colored grapefruit .'{4 .. month was making it throb with human sym- Starke and I had $105 and some who left It with us, and around $7 thought they had driven oftssi!i ;,
L.y --
make - -- -- "ridiculous." loose change tied in handkerchief of our own was left the house (I was alone at to
mixture It is easier to pathy. So alive Is she with the up a money gone. I
._ ___ ,
time) and went across +..ha.
than pie and just as easy to take spirit of aviation that even to a in my pocket "The woman who said she was title\:

with toast, hot biscuit, rolls, or Dr. Her long, In Radio Address, Says I reader slumped down in a porch "The woman said she wantedto going for a walk must have rum in to the tend day to some I went stock.Into Lateral
waffles. This is how you make rocking-chair she transmits the pray for me and that It would maged In the living room while my trunk

this grapefruit-pineapple marmalade thrill of anxiety, of effort, success bring me good fortune to let her the other one was talking to us and noticed that my pocketbook[

: Child Crop As Important As Pig Crop when at last the ship thunders rub my head with the money. I in the bed room. Mr. Mueller and which that I keep six $1 In there bills ,had was opal

Wash two medium size heavy again over the sluggish water and handed it to her and she passedit doesn't know of the loss yet, as din)

grapefruit, peel thinly, leaving on The following__ address_ on "'uur-__ outer mtestional parasites, defective this time It lifts, it frees Itself, over my forehead several times he is a very sick man and I don't peared

the white membraneous skin orTag'1 al Health" was delivered by Dr. teeth, weak eyes and ears, rises Into the air. Then the long and handed the handkerchief backto want to upset him." "I suppose they must have lea

that lies under the peel. M. B. Herlong recently over state bad tonsils, adenoids, malaria, dip- hours through the night, through me. Then she said not to openit me leave the house and that I they
Break In half and cut out tough the for nine came back and rummaged througil,
radio station WRUF In Gaines- therla. typhoid, and small pox. day-uncertainty about position days and she would be Theft Number Three
pithy portion or rag that lies In ville: We pay about twenty-one million! She gives us something fine and back to pray with me again the (As told by A. Sullivan, farmer everything" until they found tit

central part of the fruit around I consider It a privilege to talk dollars a year for our schools and rare In human life: a husbandand next day. living several miles southeast of money.

seed; also discard the seed. cut' with you today on a subject which when nine percent of our children wife united, happy working "As soon as she left I began to Starke, just off Road 28.)
sections of fruit and rag in half get suspicious I untied the
together so
I am expected to know although!; fail to pass their grades and haveto "A man and a woman drove up DRINK MORE
lengthwise.To I have been in the practice of med- repeat their year's work, we "Sword In The Stone" by handkerchief and the $100 bill and to the gate during the afternoonand
each measure of pulp add icine for more than 30 years and lose nine percent of twenty-one T. H. White the $5 gold piece were gone. The my daughter-in-law went out MILK
three of water. Let
measures In public health almost half that million dollars, or, one million, This Is a medieval romance built loose change was still there and to meet them just like we would

stand over night; then boil gently time. I say, "expected to know," eight hundred and ninety thousand along modern lines, a merry concoction some paper was folded up to makeit I do any other strangers. The man
until Is tender-about 1-2 to
rag because medicine has been making dollars a year. This tremendousloss of wit and humor styled feel like the money was still didn t have much to say, but the
3-. hour Let stand again over- such wonderful advancement until of tax money is not the greatest around the boyhood and educationof inside. I don't know how she did woman began talking real fast, f]
night then measure. Add pint for
; loss. The loss U to child- the Wart who it, for I thought I was looking ather
I feel at times that I know very big our turns out to be asking my daughter-in-law if she
pint of 1-2 as much crushed "
sugar all the time.
pineapple, and cook rapidly un- little.It ren who fail, for even though fail King Arthur. The style of the had any money, how we supported
close lines to ure occurs in the first year of thechild's book Is easy and friendly; it ourselves, and lots of other things
1 Is drawing
tie jelly stage is reached ((220 F.) Theft Number Two And Drink
differentiate rural from urban schooling, that child will be ranges from the slap-stick to the "My daughter-in-law didn't have
Pour into sterlized jars and seal
one later reaching his maximum sly and from the to the (As told by Mrs. Geo. F. Mueller
year gentle
immediately health as the same diseases eitherIn up- any money so she went on backto The Best
resident of
the country or city are causedby earning capacity and one roarious. Kingsley Lake.) her work in the house and I
the same bacteria. But, there year's loss of that maximum earn- "Flight Into Oblivion" by "Two women knocked at the stayed on talking to the woman. FROM
HAMPTON I are conditions found more oftenIn ings; this cost, plus a life of suffering A. J. Hanna door late in the morning and told She said the Lord had sent her to

Min Ada Nimmo, CorrespondentL. << I our rural homes that are favorable and embarrassment of hav- When Richmond was evacuatedIn me they were Catholic religious visit us and see if she could help PETERSON'SDAIRY

to the spread of diseases ing to take a secondary positionin April 1865, Jefferson Davis and workers. They said a minister in us. I had $11 In my pocket which

A. Johns of Oviedo spent the which in cities are taken care by life, cannot be estimated all his cabinet had to flee for for- Palatka (our former home) had I handed over to her and she made

week-end with his family here. the City Board of Health. Someof I have in mind a concrete case eign territory. Everyone knows told them that Mr. Mueller was

By unanimous vote, the Christian these concern water supply, of a child In one of the Jackson- that Jefferson Davis was captured sick and that they had come to
Church here has agreed to I ., O..L ,",,_ M._...,2. __, d ..__ try to help. him.
disposal : waste and garbage, v '" .vv.a who ma "a her grade" but what; of the oinersj .air. -
have Its regular service on the sewerage, screening of foodstuffs, at the end of the year and at the Hanna tells their story, and relatesit "I didn't want to let them in and SPECIALYOUR

fourth Sunday In each month In- destroying breeding places of flies opening of the next session went with vigor, sympathy, and gra- ,left them standing on the porch

stead of on the third Sunday, and mosquitoes, reporting and to a higher class. But she could phic detail. It Is scholarly also while I went to tell my husband
which has been the custom for what they said. He is very sick, CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c
quarantining contagious diseases, not do the work. She was sent for every possible source, Includ- .
1 but he .
I several years. Inspection of premises, nurses, back to the grade she had finished, ing a long manuscript record left gets lonely and is always GAS AT A ,
pleased whenever PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD
I Miss Ophelia Bryan, member of school inspection, examination of and the teacher there found that by Brecklnrldge, the Secretary of ] anyone comes to
the Junior High School faculty, left school children inspection of dair- she could not do the work she had War at that time, has been ex- I the house to visit. He told me to TO PAYSmith's ,

Sunday for her home in Jasper, ies, examination of milk and passed; so she was returned to plored. But above all it Is a swift I,let them in, so I did and we went

where she will spend her vacation. meats, inspection of markets, soda still a lower grade. This teacher and engrossing adventure. on through the living room into

Among those from out-of-town fountains, barber shops, beauty noticed that the child was near- "Dithers And Jitters" by the bedroom where Mr. Muellerwas

attending the Junior High School parlors and many other health sighted and advised the patents, Cornelia Otis Skinner sitting. Garage
commencement exercises last Friday measures. These activities are who claimed they were not able This book is just what you need "One of the women kept talking ,
night were Mr. and Mrs. E!, to have her examined very fast, quoting scripture, and
paid for by taxation and carried or buy to read after a hard day's work. It
L. Williams, and A. J. Griff of on by men who are versed in pub- glasses. The teachers and the P.- is light and entertaining. You
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis T. A. raised the ten dollars and who have
lic health. read "Excuse Me Please"
and Mr, and Mrs, Coleman Dees Some of these services are lack- had her fitted with glasses, and will be anxious to read this also ']]{ L ( ]) o 0 0 o Facts That Concern J1juEREMR.TAXPAYER

of Brooker. Ing In our rural homes becausethe the child was able to do the workIn "Our Battle" by

The Rev C. R Robinson and cost to the individual home- the grade she had been assignedto Hendrick Willem van Loon.

family M. L Watterson and fam- owner is practically prohibitive : she also advanced to a still This interesting book Is an answer -

ily, and Wayne Frederick, attended There are a few things that I higher grade before the year ended. to the much discussed auto-

church services at Theressalast consider essential, such as a safe School costs $48 per year per biography of Hitler, Meln Kampf + AMILLION I

Sunday. and ample water supply, a sanitary pupil in Duval County, so the sav- Mr. van Loon wrote this book in is .

fly-proof toilet, a screened ing of three years in the child's a week. He began it immediately

NEW CITHTOMKRa! VE.OUIDA house and no one at this day and case, was a saving of $144 to the after he read the newspaper ac- DOLLARS A DAY '
POWER LIUIIT Cot time should lay out and build a tax payers, by the expenditure of counts of the Columbus Day meetIng ToLfyten_ Burden
Let loral nan vrko ...lated only $10 to correct the defective
FDa In bmlnlnic RlMtrte ...r. home and out-houses without the in New York City, a meetingat ,
vie do Tour ]!<>__ Wlrt... advice of our State Board of vision of this child. We must get which the name of Mayor La
a.I.Bervle 0..1. Health for properly locating and health minded and it seems that Guardia was booed while that of

O. J. PHILLIPS. Lawter spacing of the water supply and I about the only way we can realize Mussolini was cheered. He discusses pink

out-houses. These will have a the great value of health into haveimpressed the case of Hitler, employing 'BEER'coNTRiBUTESANNUALLY'
bearing on the Health of the occupants upon us tne dollar ana a vivid comparison with the ;,

WHITE'SCREAM as long as they live there.In cents cost.Parents. other most unpleasant characterIn \'t o IN LOCAL,

VERMIFUGEFor one rural school examined do not gIve their child- modern history Robespierre, to 4 o FEDERAL AND STATE)
very recently more than 90 percent ren the consideration that they heighten his pomt., -
expelling Round Worms of the children were Infected with should. You tell a parent that he "Standard Bible Story Readers"by tTAXES AR.O UN De..tl.

and for reducing Pin Worm hookworms. This la due to insani Isn't treating his child fair and Is Llllie Faris : 40O MILLION

infestation in children. tary toilets and an infection of the forcing him to a life in a second In this series of Bible stories

Price 35c soil around the homes of these ary position and he will resent It. there are six books ranging from DOLLARS

CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE children. I am heartily in favor He will claim he is doing all he can the children under six to the ones .

...-- I of consolidated schools where the for his children, yet he never takes eleven years of age. Bible stories ,
children from these rural homes them for a check-up as to defects predominate, with nature stories, .
BUSINESSDIRECTORY spend almost one fourth of their and many of them will not have childhood poems, patriotic lessons t'-"s A MIL Ey

time in a modem building with defects corrected when they are and songs. PpyA ppV 1Ntw
modern sanitary conveniences. notified by the school doctors who ps

We cannot expect children with examine them.Consider our school money and do nothing ON'W
physical defects to be able to do a hunter: A month be- to stop it. A

school work as well as the normal fore the hunting season opens he They did appropriate the same

child. Some years ago, I sent a will take his dog out and exercise for tick eradication as they did

The drink questlonaire to all the superintendents him examine his mouth to see li for the entire State Board of r '4l

of public Instruction in the he Is anemic, or examine him for Health, and more for hog cholera
that state to find out the percentage of hookworms, yet he allows his serum than they allowed for anti

% children who failed to pass to children to enter school for an toxins and serums for children,
everybodyknows higher grades in a year. In one eight or nine months grind with which gives me the Impression HEREMR.WopKMANARE/

county it wall only six percent. anemia hookworms, or bad tonsils that they consider our hog crop t, Q AMILLION JO&3 tRFATED

They had some health work going or other defects, and give no more essential thin: our child crop. V BY BEER
on in that county. In another, thought of It No
county, state nation
or can
5et where no health work was done If would HEREMR.FARM6R (
we spend half as much be any better than the people who IS 't'
the failure percentage was 17 per- money each I I A C
tiCOCACOLA year correcting these make up the county, state, or HUGE MARKET FOB
Ye. cent and the average for the state defects as we now lose by them, nation, and if we expect any bet- 1 "'$ -'= FARM PRODUCTS.
was nine percent. To this we would
DOT. CO. soon correct them and terment or progress In our country -
means nothing. Yet we know that the children would be able to do
SEE how
we must have a better public
many benefits
WE ARE the course of study aa outlined for their school work as the normal prepared brewing hasand will-cooperate with all law enforce-
people. We must have better helped create in only five
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS our schools was laid out by men child and we would have very few schools and better health than brewing years! now can the ment authorities to the end that retail beer
and women who know what a nor repeaters in we industry preserve these benefits for outlets give
our schools, besides had In our the no offense to anyone.
coming up. Then people and Itself?
mal child of a given age la. capableof relieving the suffering of these May tea tend a booklet Interesting
may expect better you giving
CARPENTER'SThe doing, and If nine percent failed defective children.I men and women The answer,brewers realize,ties in with the facts about
and had to to step in when we step out of the distribution of their mild wholesome beer, and discussing the
their ,
year'swork knew one school beverage brewers'
girl who told
Rcxall Store affairs of self-regulatory T Address
it was because government, business, through responsible retail program
those outlets.
children me she had Obviously
always headaches in and social life. ; United Brewers Industrial Foundation 19 East
were not normal or had some school and she the brewers can enforce no laws. But ,
PLUMBINGPrompt disease thought all children Health and happiness go hand they; can 40th Street New York, N. Y.
Service at during the year. These had them, too, until she
was examined In hand I 1
physical defects may be corrected. and fitted urge you to safeguard BEER..a oaf -
Reasonable Prices glasses, and
your health and the healthof beverage '
Some of these diseases of moderation '
or defects her headaches
Let Me Estimate Your Job which ceased.I your children for your future <:
can be prevented or wonder that our lawmakerswill o
C. M. RITCH corrected Include hookworms and welfare and happiness and for x II"
continue to allow
this leak in their
happiness. i.::::::
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& STAIIDUPU-.I runners.:' I remand you to Jail for 1 1trlal. WARRANT LIST I : :

Sturkey Jumped up in a rage."I r
JANUARY I Utiv-cv.t
FOB 19S9
"t : won't go! Every word he said

: FI6D1' ,11 Y\f Was K lie!" he shouted pointingto TEACHER'S SALARY I II jjp S'S

t Blake "He's a spy for the B.I I| Floy Sullvan. $123.00 Lucite
f ROM tu| MeoJ/dy MAVIR nul"M ." & O. Railroad. He's workln' for : ,

i Webb!" He turned to Colonel Johns, $25.00; Margaret Allison, .
r JEj .
.. Webb. "He wants rights of way $500; Florida Bank at Starke S

. "' --- that I won't sell him. That's why 12,677.80; Florida' Bank at Starke, BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIANSupplied EPISCOPALRev. CHRISTIAN

J Pned 80 fare1Ing to the bottom of a gully at the he's doing this!" I Ray I* A. Shepherd, Rev. Frank Robinson by Fred Terkea, Jr. Rev W T. MtOulre
"bat bB8 > 3854.20; Geneva Hartley, $50.00; PastorA. Pastor Rev, Dr. Klce and Rector Pastor
, his fIifl cee s SUMan Grlt- aide of the road. "You can't deny you've been'I G. E. $125.00 Sorchle J. ThomAs Supt. 11:. K. Ferryman, Rev. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt. Sunday School Supt.
McGauley, ;
while he sets out on The big buck, the dead Crowd- running slaves In Bullet Line Sunday sChi Gen. Superintendentof Organist Miss rcjla J. Sass.Organst Lvmmle Oarretr
behind Baird, $63.33 Annie Laura Elston, Sunday School Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Sunday School
minion trailing a er's gun in his hand, leaped out. wagons, Webb said heatedly. ; 9:45: A. M. Church School Mrs. James Carlyle 10 o'clock

I .Ig'rou"Hlave-kldnapper., young But before he could fire he fell "What aches you about runnln' I $63.33; Melva Crosby, $50.60; Morning- ServIce 10 A. M. Church Roy School Mathews Supt. Service Worship 2nd ServiceEvery Sunday
of 11 A. M.
( ,$ It C ntrll l I.. held up by a under a fusillade of shots fromArnold's slaves?" Starkey demanded. "You Aubrey V. Withers, $69.66; Mabel Baptist Training Morning Service II Worship A. M. Church School Sunday IOAM.Morning..11 School. 11 o'clock a. tn.
lif'! and Mr. Union. 11:30: P. M. 10 A. M. 7:30: o'clock p. m.
of the Several others your Cantrell are trying Evening WorshipService
gang gun. pf
mmiber> Wall, $72.83; Slmmie Hunter, 90. Evening Service A. M. Prayer MeetingWednesday
VOCtf',1 7
P. M.
: Worship
i and disarmed. Not know- the slaves fell as the bandits savagely to get our franchise taken away; 7:30: P. M. Young People's Morning 11 A. M. Fridays-___7:30: P. M. Night
iI 0111( 00; Robert Strachan, $65.00; Fran-
it I Arnold has any con- plowed bullets Into them. that's all you're after But youcan.t Prayer M..tlnll'Wedne..day League Meeting Holy Days.-10 A. M. ':30 o'clockALLIANCE
bl'ther ces $50.00 E. E. Evans 7:30: P.M. 11:30: P. M.
Tyson, ;
them slaves
Blake had never
t I \\It.I1 the Bullet stage enough. He broughthis prove was Pianist Prayer Meeting MIN.
) fan for which he works horse to Its haunches, whirled in a Bullet Line wagon." $75.00; Dorothy Harold" $50.00; Mr,. Mona Canova Wednesday 1:30: P.M. PresidentThe
Une Choir Director GOSPEL TAB.I'Iponllored .
! II cb IJI\nages convince him of and spurred it into a run. He Cole turned to Blake. "What Flossie McLendon $50.00; LeNora John H. Powell Mrs. F. H. Long Robinson Rev. Frank
I : lit" Tally himself with knew to evidence have that it was a Chairman Organist and Choir Sponsori( : by
enough now hang Arnoldor you President
O\oln de..lrl' to Caffey, $50.00; Mable B.Rlchal'dson Board of Deacon Director Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Vice
thiN temporarily saving Morgan-and Starkey too! Bullet Line wagon, MI' Cantrell J. F. Klckllter Mrs. B. K. Perryman J. T. Qulgley The Rev. Leslie
Alice Hall Mc-
: $50.00; J. T. QulgleyBible
gang Looking up, Arnold saw Blake Blake glanced at Susan, and Chairman Assistant Organist Evangelistic!: Service
life. W. W. Green $60.00 Board of Trustee T. T. Long, Assistant Study, each each Friday evening *
Coy, ; ;
hestltated. But he had to tell the
trying to He raised his
escape. I*. Q. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:3C: 7:30: o'clock The Rev Fred
CHAPTER NINE truth. "I saw the stencil 'Bullet A. O. Jenkins, $12.50; A. O. Jenk- --

Arnold seemed pleased at Crowd- gun."Get him!" he cried. "Get that Line' on the canvas." ins $62.50; Sarah Jenkins $40.- Charter MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE Elder

man!" Starkey laughed raucously. "He 00; H. E. Williams, $6500; L. E. Young People : Presiding

''j Then words our friend here seems to But his shots flew wild and saw the stencil. How do you know Roberts, $50.00; Cleo Hadley, $50.- Bus For Ocala TripAt The service at the Mission Hall To Preach Here

telling the truth," he said. Blake Blake riding hard, wall soon far he can even read ? Its his word 00; Pearl Smith, $50.00; Annie Tuesday night was well attended Morning

'ft aved a sigh of relief. Even away.In against mine!" Louise Gaines, $50.00; J. A. Jones, 1 o'clock Tuesday afternoona with visitors present from New Sunday

grudgingly had to agree. the Federal Marshal's officein Cole was unruffled. "That's very $65.00; Dora Sanchez, $50.00; chartered bus took on its cargoof York and Jacksonville. Flowers -
) owder true, Starkey" he admitted. "It Grace Robinson, $50.00 Louis I.DuiIoIs A large congregation gatheredat
Well I'm satisfied. Arnold Cumberland, the large ante- ; young people In front of the used were roses, sweet peas and
,j 4;, turning: to the end of the room was filled with people. Star- will have to be proven." He turn- $60.00; Mildred Paul $12.- First Methodist Church and beganits wild lllllea. The first portion of the Methodist Church Sunday

hI. crowder followed him key paced up and down turning I to Blake. "Mr. Cantrell, you and 50; Lester Sponholtz. $20.00; M. journey to Ocala where these the service was given over to song, morning for worship at 11 o'clock. i
, Roft I Deputy Cochran will back to W. Morrow, $101.33; H. B. Wiggins The pastor, the Rev. Frank Rob-
the two jerked the canvass now and then to glance at Susan go young folks will be joined by a testimony and Scripture quota-
I d the vehicle. I and Aunt Amanda, who were more I Wolf Hollow immediately, find $69.66; Lorraine Smith $53.- thousand others for the official tion. It Is inspiring to hear the inson conducted the service and ,

the rear of 1 I t.... .v.n_...... ".. ....et. .,.1.. ........' thn'..OU" ........n..,..4I... S Re'"w. .'l'i"1. 'VJ", Q"nl".n_.... .. Y"ten'#..1A' OnHttl r---. opening or_ me.. _xuuitiwhich __u___ CliUAUr_____ __ testimonies or_ uiose.. wno. are_ .trusLing _u_.- ....,t >. his theme the subject '
-- ---- -- ;; J
if; i Iback here." Bryan, $69.66; I. B. Cody, $120.33 .- is being launched by the the Lord and striving to serve st m'"bilg- k or Stepping 1:

i ". "., As Cole adjourned the hearing, ; Emma Hill, $69.66; Blanche Methodist Episcopal Church, Him. Recognition wits given of Stones." Ably assisting In the
. ''j 'Blake anxious to explain Edwards $72.83 Joyce Futch, service were Mrs. F. H. Long at I'
'jJ \ South in Florida this week. An the 73rd brithday of W. C Prath-
J thing to Susan crossed to her $95.16 Its Reale $72.83 Jewel the organ; and the choir beauti-
1: -II 'I ; ; afternoon of Institution work will er. A book by J. Wilbur Chap-
. quickly But she ignored him completely Roberts, $76.00 Mrs. L. II. Futch, fully sang the anthem "God Shall
I '.. be conducted for both Young man, "Light On The Way" was
\ : .:(, ,; : .1)1'.1)1'l addressing herself insteadto $79.13; Helen Cody $79.13; Mar- People and workers with young given. Lead You Onthe solo part of I

.,' .'. '. ":\\l\l.I (. the Marshal."Is garet Allison, $70.00; Lois Mayes, followed the anthem being carried by Mrs. j
\ people by picnic
,,,, ,, .. supperson The subject for the evening was
.I"i I' it for Aunt andI Llllle McRae $6966 Ruth A. Z. Adkins. '
possible my $72.83; ;
{ 81", the First Methodist Church "
,1,., '# ,' "A Trembling Man. The Scripture
..i; "'"{';'il iJ;., '.,, W,'.."< I to obtain release on ball ?" she FI'a.zler, $53.83; Grace Ford $60.- grounds In Ocala. The evening that furnished the basis for The evening service was the annual \
; .
.'!" '"J. < asked. 16 Cleo Andrews, $43.33 Nor- observance of Young People'sDay. ,
,. ; ;
> services will be conducted
-I'r'.j' .,, expres- the study was Acts 9:3-9.: Saul
I '' 'J
the YoungPeople's
,"':'i l'J\'I\) \'} )", "Of course. I'll fix ball at one man Johns, $72.83; Luvertla Shep- sly by and for young people who of Tarsus the educated Pharisee, Members of t
: ; I thousand dollars." herd, $69.66 Lubedia. Johns, $44.- Division ably presenting
'I' ;
': f : 1 will also lead the Wosrhip. Dr. the zealot, the Roman citizen, .
; '
, I :'" / :' "We'd like to leave for BostonI 33; Mae Wells $57.00; Arthur Mc- Walter Towner of Nashville will the program of worship during [
: ,,1 with all the self-assurance that his
i'". 1111'J ,. I' today. Is that all right ?" she Rae, $66.50; Essie Crosby, $43.33; speak and the high light of the position afforded him was helpless hour and also rendered very ef-" 1\1 1I \
I "Are Ye Able
fectlvly the hymn
continued. Madaline Crosby $43.33 G. E.
_- ; evening will be an address by when he came to face Jesus on I \
Cole nodded. "Leave address McGauley, $88.66 Harmony Mor- Members of the Division taking
your Bishop Paul B. Kern, the Presiding the Damascan road. All his self-
___ ___________________ with the clerk so that you gan, $63.33; Muriel Norman, $63.- Bishop of the Florida Confer- i part on the program were, Charles !
left him and he became
1 ,'," : can be notified when to appearfor 33; Florida Bank at Starke $506.- ence. Vender at the Organ; Call to Wor-
\> / babe in the of the
: UB a presence
....'r..:.'', trial." 80; Florida Bank at Starke, $6- I ship Freddie Wlmberly; Evening i'i'I
,. Workers attending thin! meeting divine. And he trembling could Scripture
: Amanda suddenly began to cry. 025.20; Simmle Hunter, $10.00; G, Prayer, Shirley Colly;
S from Starke were: the Rev. Frank merely ask, "Lord, what wouldst and
.?i and Starkey tried to comfort her. E. McGaulley, $60.00; Donald Mc- reading, Virginia lAjiderson '
> : Robinson pastor of the Methodist Thou have me to do? People to-
Ida Lulu Davis Offertory Prayer,
,.:' He looked up at Blake, a light of Rae, $31.32; Mrs. Eunice Kelley ;
Church; Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Superintendent day are Inclined to become bouut- Lee
Ruth Offering
"T"e vJomefla '"' '''' rage in his eyes. $32.15; Veda Stokes $1.90; Mrs. Simpson; ,
Bla". of the Young People'sDivision ful of their achievements and forget -
Innocenr, \ "Cantrell he said. "I'm Verna Sheffield, $24.94 Mrs. Ver- and Mike Dew; Offertory, (Piano
going ;
pl.oJcd wit Cole. and Mrs. Frank Robinson to God the but
; give glory, Solo Sewell Poem
; to kill you for this. If it's the na Sheffield $4.99; Easie Crosby, ) Virginia ;
f. Counselor of the Intermediate De when they come face to face with "
1" Keen Solo (Vocal)
_. ..-....- last thing I do, I'm going to kill $8.00; Mable Wall $6.00; Grace "Life, Patsy ; I
partment. Young people a the Infinite or when they are victims "
"Give of Your Beat to the Master,
than hurt at having !" Williams $11.88 Myrtice Carpenter -
astounded ,
out of there! ;
get you
Come on,
ing were: A. Z. Adkins, Jr., of some catastrophe they are Frank
S. mold ordered.A I"I'I' been called to a hearing which Implicated (To be continued) $6.41; Kathleen Monteith, 12. ident of the Garfleld-Evan's uend-I utterly hclplena. Grace Dew; Announcer Green I
Robinson III Ushers Elise
S I them In slave-running. 94; Emma Chalker, $11.39; Mar- ;
group of Negroes Union, Johnny Chalker, Fred- But this Saul transform- Davis 1
same and Marjorie ; Congregational
S. ."et 1,1 Hfl old and ahlv- Cochran, cTialrman of the depu- I PINE T.KVRT garet Whlttemore, $8,98.Transportation Hln, Wlmhorlv. .. _nlllir T..... TtnhhuBiggs. _., ._&_ .._... __..,, _'L..._ 0_ __ .., r.._____ _.
'' - -- -- -- '' -- .....
--.J- uu IIILU A uui, vtauncu: ULIICIB iu nymns, aar n.! rerryuwu at
'i inTbeyseemedto boa; fair- ties, who had been his writing busily and Mrs. II. M. McRae, CorrespondentE. Shirley mcol ley: Patsy tremble before him. Not by anything the Organ; and a message to

ordinary, average group, ex- now gathered Into the up private papers office Ned Berry. $12.00; Ed Durbin, Keen, Emmet Perryman, Ruth of himself, but by the powerof Young People, "The Youth crus- ,

pt for one tremendous-sized stepped off from the ante-room. R. Bowers filled the pulpit $35.00; R. L. Walton, $10.00; C. A. Simpson, Muriel Hall, Esther the Indwelling Christ As he ade," the Rev. Frank Robinson. I

ck, burly and of great strength. leading at his desk here last week-end for W. E. Hall Knight, $18.75; Nelson Green, $5.- Simpson, Elsie Green, Comer Per- himself said, "I am crucified with Prayer Meeting will be conducted -
owder pointed to him. Marshall was who will undergo an operation In 00; J. K. Douglas, part of tag, ryman, Virginia Anderson, Oln Christ; nevertheless I live, Yet Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock
Colonel Webb seated nearby
"This one will bring fifteen hun- with : Jacksonville this week. $11.65; Lester Green, part of tag White, Carol Keen, Juanita Barefoot not I, but Christ llvith in me; and I and a cordial Invitation Is extended -

1 ed by himself," he said with and Blake Cole pacing nodded unhappily as he took up |I j Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Under'hill $20.40; E. Lennon, $3.75; Nelson Doshla Smith, L. H. Harper, the life I now live In the flesh I to all to worship at that hour.
and down.
1 i ,tlsfaction. "And the rest are from Cochran. ]:; recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Green, part of tag, $13.20; E. Leonard Smith, Michael Dew, live by the faith of the Son of At the morning hour Sunday the

,, orth five thousand of any man's the papers \; Eaton Brown at Sampson City. Lewis, part of tag $16.20; Nelson Frank Robinson III, Edgar! Wilkinson God who loved me and gave Him' Presiding 1 Eider of the Jacksonville S

, oney "I'll be out In a minute, he j 1 Walter Oliver of Jacksonville Green $20.05; Pency Adkins, $21.-I Charles Jones, J. B. Denmark self for me." When I'aul sl\ng'' District, the Rev. J. H. Daniel,

Arnold Inspected them briefly said. I. spent the week-end here with re- .92; Pency Adkins $2.08; Lester Merle Smith, James Sewell, Virginia songs in the Phllllplan jail at mid- will deliver the sermon. The pastor !

, ,t d then stepped back. As Cochran left Blake turned to .latives.i Slade, $56.55; Lester Slade $3.65; Sewell, Gayle Sewell, Helen night the power of God shook the will conduct the worship service -

t'i face Cole. i Mr. and Mrs. Brltt Alvarez George Rhames, $6.00; J. M. Reddish Bowling Jean Davis and I'hylla place. The well-illHClplinod Rom and will be assisted by the

"All right, get back In there" he "Dismiss the two women," he 1 spent Sunday with relatives in the $4000; Bell Reddish, $17.12; Cleghon. an soldier became panicky and lost choir and by Mrs. Long. The I I
i lied "We got to get going. I' I
pleaded. "They're Just as innocentas Rising section. Bell Reddish! $11.10; Bell Red- his Stoicism. lie trembled before third Quarterly Conference for I

j Blake takin It all in, was try- you are Marshall." 1, Buddy Oliver of Sampson City dish, $1.78; J. S. Austin, $6.35; BROOKER the power of the Spirit that was this year will be held In the

g bard to keep control of hlm- spent Sunday night with his R. D. Walton. $30.00 Levy Norman -
"If they're innocent they'll have ; Mill. L, I. Parker, Correspondent in Paul and asked "Sirs what Church auditorium at 3 o'clock \
1 If This was the evidence he their day in court." the official brother. W. C. Oliver. I $30.00; W. E. Sapp, $15.50; must I do to be saved?" with Dr. Daniel presiding. At I

ught''! This was what he had said gravely. The young people enjoyed a Chester Andrews, $74.80; Chester Graduation Exercises Again when Paul speaking on this time reports concerning the

dangered his life for He heard "If they're Innocent!" Blake pound party Thursday night at the Andrews, $3.20; Mae Wells, $10- Thursday night, February 16, the authority of God and In the general state of the local Church

e big buck protesting. cried. "They're not responsible for home of Miss Irene Goodge. 92; Mae Wells $2.08; L. R Star- the Brooker school held its gradu- power of His Spirit to Felix his for the three-quarter period of the

1 'What' dat you talkin' about, what Starkey's been doing. They Harley Newman of Gum Branch ling, $45,00; Jake Sapp $32.00; ation exercises. The stage was judge, the judge trembled before : Conference year will be given. .1

, loss' he was saying. "You can't don't know anything about it!" spent the week-end here with his R. V. Alvarez. $68.35; R. V. Alvarez beautifully decorated in the class him. Felix did not have the character I Those beside the pastor making tl

, '11 us. You s'posed to take us to "Your story Implicates them," grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. $3.65; J. K. Douglas $61.35; colors, green and gold. A large to tuke advantage of the situation reports will be Judge K. K. Ferryman -

I u free land." Cole reminded him. McRae. J. K. Douglas $3.65; E. T. Stewart green canoe bearing the' class to ask for the light of sal- General Superintendent of :

Shut up and get In there!" Ar- "But I won't drag them Into Mrs. F. Fender and Mr. and $62.46; Leslie Green, $66.35; motto, "Paddle You Own Canoe," vation; but said, "Go, when I havea the Church School; Mrs. W, E.

II old repeated. this!" Blake said passionately.Cole Mrs. R. M. Crosby spent Sunday Leslie Green, $3.69; B. J. Kelley in gold letters on Its side was anchored more convenient season I will Middleton, President of the Wom )

Blake watched as the canvas spoke with pointed gravity. afternoon at Theressa with Mrs. $20.00; Charity Williams $20.00; across the center of the call for thee. lie never called. an's Missionary Society; W. I*.

I .'as thrown back over the wagon. "You're bound by an oath, Mr. Mable Sullivan. Norman Johns $5.00; E. T. Stew- stage In front. Large baskets of The time will come when all shall Smith, Church Lay leader; Missionary '

'here on the rear flaps, stenceled Cantrell," he said. We wonder what has become of art $2.54; R. D. Walton $20.00; flowers In the yellow and gold tremble before the power of God. Committee, Mrs. A. Wood

lainly were the words: Bullet As the three entered the ante- the little horse and cart that usedto E T. Stewart part of tag $12.60; tones were also used In profusion.The It Is better to tremble and then and Mrs. T. J. Griffin; A. Z. Ad. l

Ine room, Susan gave Blake no signof drive over from Sampson City. Nelson Moore, $5.00; Lester Slade seven members of the class find the way of salvation, like the kins, Jr., President of the Young I

Blake and one other of Arnold's recognition. She semed to be Marion Bennett of Rising was part of tag, $18.25; Florida Bankat formed a semi-circle on the stage jailor, than to tremble and then People's Division; and Mrs. E. K. l

enchmen rode along behind the looking through, rather than at the dinner guest Sunday of Mr. Starke, $22.38; J. L. Anderson, and made a lovely picture. Others tell God to leave you alone till you Perryman, Chairman Board of J.
.I hilly. gravel-Imbedded narrow him. Starkey jumped up. and Mrs. A. J, Fender. $28.95. seated on the stage were: are ready for, Him. One course Christian Education. All officialsof

agon as the horses strained up "Marshal Cole, this ain't fair!" Mrs. Alice Oliver spent Satur- General Fund Supt. A J. Griffis; Chairman of brings life, the other brings death. the Church are urged to answer

oad Arnold rode In front, while he shouted. "You've known me day night at Sampson City with Woman's Club, $15.00; A. J.Grlffl. the County Board of Public Instruction There will be a special serviceat present to the roll call, all members I..

Wo others brought up the rear for years ." her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ., salary $125.00; Louise K. J. Lewis; Billy Matthews the Tabernacle Thursday night and friends of the Church are i,

ack of Blake. Crowder was one Cole waved him down. "I'm a- and Mrs. Eston Brown. Warren, salary, $50.00; Frances Director of the Student Rev. J. Flacks will bring a party cordially invited to attend this
hearing and I'll Union at the University of Flor- with him and will have charge of I meeting.
box of the slave-wagon. bout to open a Peek, Office Work $11.20; Starke
Inside the wagon, the big buck call on you when I'm ready for SUNNY BROOK FARM Telephone Co., Telephones $12.75; ida, and speaker of the evening, the service that night. It Is hop- I The evening service will be held

uddenly brought into view anmply you." He motioned for all to be Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. A. J. Griffis, salary, $125.00; A. J. and principal I G. E. McGauJ.ey.I ed that mil ny will avail themselves at the usual hour of 7:30: and the

bottle. As the others seated. "Now, raise your right Griffis, car expense, $20.00; A. J.Griftia I Following the processional the of the opportunity of hearIng pastor will have charge of the

atched terrified, he suddenly hand." G. M. Bennett, who has spent office expense, $12.89; I first number on the program wasa this man. The regular Friday worship and will deliver a short

nocked it against the side of the The oath taken. Cole calledBlake's the past month In Jasper with relatives Louise Warren, salary, $50.00; 1 selection by the rhythm band. night service will be held as usual I sermon. Congregational singing
.,, ... .
4'' aw.I11 A M h.* ** .vIII..... t. Blake stood returned home last week. V* .a..a. **J******* *"* *-
agon, breaking off the neck and name. up I Frances Peek, office work $12.80; This was enjoyed by all, as was
avlng a Jagged edge. Waiting stiffly, staring directly before Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and J. H. Moore Board service, $25.00; I the singing by the girls' chorus. SPKCIAL: ANNOUNCEMENT part of the service.

o see whether he had attractedd him speaking In short, Jerky I' children of Crescent, Ga., arrived E. J. Lewis, Board service, $25.00; Twenty-six Junior girls rendered Tuesday night, February 28, Mr. An unusual service that will be

the interior from the driver's I phrases. here last week and will make Dr. W. E. Middleton Board service I "Sundown" to the Londondery Air, Ceorge Tibblt of the Camp of of Interest to members of all

ny attention, he crept slowly for- 1 "About five o'clock last Friday their home here for the present.Mr. $25.00; Woman's Club of Starke, in a most pleasing manner. Palms and his boy will be present churches Is being planned for Fri.

ard to the canvass that separat- afternoon I saw seven Negroesshot and Mrs. W. R. Haislop Library Expense, $15.00; Velma Interesting short addresses were to give the program. It Is expected day night March 10 at 7:30: o'-

eat. down as they were try and son Fred. Mrs. Inez Kelly, Keene, Retainers Fee, $30.42; given by Mr. Lewis and Supt, Grif- that Mr. Hershey of the clock. Full and detailed announcement -

Gently he began to saw at the ing to make their escape froma Donald Kelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Office work, $12.- famous Chocolate Hersheys will be concerning thin service Alit
fis.Mr. the Do not miss this Interesting be made next week.
anvas until he had formed a wagon In which they were being Alton Dobbs spent the weekendin I 00. McGauley then IntroducedMr. speaker. ?
service. A most cordial invitation is extended -
mall opening. Noiselessly he forc- Illegally transported. Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. District Matthews, who delivered the

,j the glass down the white strip Susan stared at him fixedly 1, Claude Moore. While there they C. A. Knight: Commission on Commencement Address. Everyone to the people of our community ,

ntH he could reach out. half incredulous yet apprehensive attended the Florida State Fair. 1937 taxes, $26.92; C. A Knight, appreciated the many fine home for a number of friends who to use our Church and ser
vices for the advance of
The Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and in from South Florida Saturday -. Spiritual
wagon was now on a down ly. Commission on 1938 taxes $65.46; points used by the speaker came In the soul
fade and Crowder, his foot brac- "To whom did this wagon belong children of New River spent last Harry Sapp Wiring Brooker bringing the subject, "Open The night to attend the funeral ofa .i knowledge and power

J on the break, was leaning back Mr. Cantrell ?" Cole said. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd School, $27.82; Nathan Hall, Work Door" before the class and the former resident, C. Clements. of each Individual. Come and wor-
I Church
'Q all six reins. Suddenly the Blake hestltated for a moment. Crosby. on well, $2.25; Adam Green Hauling I i audience. Mr. Matthews proved Mra. Fred Hazen had as guests, ship with Church us; while making residing our in

'Jig buck's fingers went around Then he spoke, slowly distinctly."To STOMACh: UPSKTf: fertilizer $75.00; Cassett his exceptional ability as an ora- Mrs. C. Clements and children, your Starke. You are most welcome.

'rowder's throat. In- the Bullet Transportation P. D. over the week-end.
;" The next robbing of Hardware Store $142.75;
Is low-vitality you tor.Mr.
tant, In one powerful motion, the Company,"' he said. resistance system Reddish, Wood at Lawtey $45.15; McGauley presented the The Ladles' Aid Society met at TRAIN SCHEDULE

'egro had yanked the driver ,back Susan gasped audibly, Amanda needs physical right now? your Often It Is F. A. Scott Rent, $2.00; W. E. class to Supt. Griffis who handed the home of Mrs. Ralph Hazen Schedule of trains arriving here I

:'ito the wagon.A seemed petrified. Under Cole'squestioning that lacking their Thornton, Janitor Service, $12.50; diplomas to the graduates.The February 14 with. thirteen members dally. Subject to change without
found systems
shrill Blake proceeded to people of the class present, Mrs. S. M. Baird notice.
scream rose from the are afflicted Mike Maruca Janitor service $11.- young I
lave his whole story. When he had rightful strength J, T. received the congratulations of and Mrs. Muriel Norman received
compartment. tell due to stomach 25; Leo Grlffls, Wood, $17.50;
"'Morgan. !" Crowder was yelling. finished Cole turned grimly to with poor appetite Kirkland. Building Toilets, $20.- their friends and were given encouragement presents from the club. We wish Southboui.d-Due Starke
over-acidity. 1 Local. ___ 11.25 m.
toward them happy hours using No. p.
Blake started at the The Susan."In. 00 R. P. Lewis One Week during to many
name. It heartburn discomfort, or up- ; _
already quilt No. It J-Through 10.29p.m.
testimony these Twenty-four
'hole view of the N. Thomas Advance Senior High goals. gifts.
thing was unfolding Itself Xmas, $10.00;
set stomach, caused by this over- the No. 107-Through____ 8.37 a. m.
said. "I hereby were sent in. After
efore him. But more Important, offered he is bothering take on salary due, $10.00; N. O. Members of the class were: squares
he wagon, unhindered by the hold both you ladies for trial In acidity Bisma-Rex. Hayes, Wood $60.00; J. H. Wainwright -I Jeanette McCauley, Genevieve business meeting was over, the Northbound-Due Starke

rake now had shot forward and the Federal Court of Western quickly neutralizes Kerosene and floor oil, | Cassels, Veda Stokes. R. C. Howard hostess served refreshments to the No. 2-Local______ 5.28 a. m.
the horses charges of complicityin Biama-Rex Cords of I Douglas Hazen Leslie Thom- guets. The next meeting will beat ___ .
thrown Into a panic Maryland on acid, soothes the stomach- $60.78; Leo Crlffls 1 1-2 No. 103-Through 5.41p.m.Stjuke
of excess home of Mrs. Charles liar-
'ra the weight of the vehicle the illegal transportation and bring about relief Wood $7.50; Sambo Coy, Laboron is and Clifton Hayes. the .
ad suddenly shot forward against slaves." He turned to Starkey. linings Pump $3.00; E. Lennon, Desk Mrs. Muriel Norman accompanied deep February 28. All membersare And Bell Branch
the and comfort. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
asked be
he Starkey to Starke to present.
wheel "And Captain N. Thomas Advance the graduates
horses you. $9.40;
run- atIt's Repairs
was now of Bisma-Rex
Obtain a jar last arrives Starke 1:00: : m.
under the Fugitive had made Mrs. L. A. Brown spent No. 102 p.
Ing face Will Le*, where they photographs
wildly 10.00;
uncontrolled. As It charge you Rexall on salary
to exclusive agency your and St. Peters- (DaUy except Sunday')
week In
accessory Tampa
U .
aced Law E. M. Bennett Friday morning.Mrs.
Slave $7.5O
along, Arnold's men tried to Carpenter's Drug Wood at Lawtey ;
Store, T. J. GRIFFIN Agent.
with oneMor&an Drug her burg with relatives. ,
B. Colson opened
complicity G.
top it and
but the next Instant It had murder Store In Starke. Janitor service, $10.00.
band of slave
rashed into a tree and rolled In I and his

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Is teachers' visiting: day with a as our captain as she was a sec Bus Sctieauie' --

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Fii'ocKEBooiF0f welcome extended to teachers ond class scout in Dunedin); Sec- Northbound<
2:45: a. m.; 9:20:
from all over JJ:1or: 1877 goes' on the, air from 2 o'- p. m.; 6:15: p. m? 1 IOU1{:
patrol, Marjorie Davis. i
L clock until 2:30: in the afternoon. Southbound
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class TSr The Junior Chorus from here is Scribe Is Muriel Hall. '12:20: a. m.; 2:20: a. m., l020l.

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida composed of female voices from we enjoyed a very nice hike last H

--- -- ---.---- the sixth, seventh and eighth Friday ,We walked] about Ix Here Is
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E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner I I II Ii grades, trained and taught by miles And the food'was welcomed
Mrs A. E. Wall, county music after the exercise. We want to You'll Need All SunJ
MEMBER teacher. The combined chorus thank Mathews Dairy for supply-

EA.PRESS AssooAnoN i ., T I will have both male and female ing the milk. To Keep Your

\ I voices. Watch out, boys, the girls] are Garden or Lawn

\J I .Among those present will be a going to catch up with you.
r..,,,- W.OtSDCLtC/ ( 1pTidlpr 1 t group of Junior singers from Bun- LOOKING ITS BEST|

\ nell under the direction of Miss

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Marjorie Stump, daughter of Mr. Still Coughing? Garden Hose

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance \38SITHIOPIA.NTt and Mrs. F. F. Stump of Starke
IS Mrs. Wall announced the following No matter how many medicinesyou
Advertising Rates on Application RD PBPPIR"i "' selections would be ren- have tried for ;your common
-.--. -_. ,. _'iiiiii N MIA Schubert cough chest cold,or bronchial irritation r
"Serenade" (
dASS OP dered:
you may get relief now with
t TOO MUCH TALK ABOUT "CRISES" TM. STANDARD OUTDOOR' 'I7R-' "The Pearl' (Porto ,Rican folk Creomulslon. Serious trouble may
Answer" (Slovak be brewing and cannot afford
AOVIRTLSINS I..DUIITIlY.LV" song); "No Is My :you
Crises. Crises. Crises. How often have heard that
we evaND4 OVIR 014000.000 "Buxom Lassies" to take a chance with any remedy
FOB aUIPM KT AND, "' 'TtIUA"Sau" folk song:);
less than
word in recent months? How many times have we been MIHT,.. ;A*OUUC MJMBBR TC., TBIL, P iI (Swedish folk song) ; "The Night potent right to the CreomuIslontWhiCI1goes

frightened almost out of our wits by sensational daily news- Will Never Stay" (MacCarthy) ; and aids nature to soothe and heal
Beethoven) the Inflamed mucous membranesand 25 Feet $1.00
Praise" ( ;
paper headlines and by breathless, heart-in-mouth radio to loosen and expel germ-
Dreamer" (Foster)
"Beautiful j i laden phlegm.
commentators? l "Santa Lucia (Italian folk song;) ; Even if other remedies have failed -

' "Gondeliera" (Di Capua); "Camp- don't be discouraged try Creomul-
+ It's a wonder we aren't all nervous wrecks by now. It'sa sion. Your druggist is authorized to
TMf WHIT HOUSk Races" (Foster); and "Ho- liAR
miracle that of us can sleep a wink at night what .. WAS, OBISINAU.YTo town refund your money If you are not!
any folk ).
HID* BLACK BMUDG'' ''Sr pak" (Ukrainian song thoroughly satisfied with the bene- I IFURN'TIJ
with the dire predictions and melancholy forecasts with BV 4AMft Lovers of good music are urgedto fits obtained. Creomulslon is one
WHIN TUB BAITliH FIRRD, word,ask for it plainly, see that the
v:hich we have been showered in the past few years.It THE SUI.D1N6 DURING tune )In radio station WRUF of name on the bottle is Creomulslon. I _: CaSlarke.
i TUB WAd OF Gainesville from 2 until 2:30: 0'- and the genuine product
is refreshing, therefore, to find Dr. William T. Ellis, clock tomorrow afternoon and and theBrelief :you want. (Adv.) I. Fla.

6 v teran foreign newspaper correspondent, voicing the same hear this fine program.
c. ,inion in a recent issue of Editor & Publisher. He writes
a follows:
It My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for,Ale to r..D4I.
} "Yes 'crises' is the word-overworked it is and
ei ises is the theme. I have been travelling the last year in COLOR Nl WHIT ,iNSTtAD, 'NoelS" atoisn WORKH, Ily Muriel Hall, ReporterWe MODERATE PRICESDeWI'IT
Of BLACK.... ..14 iiYPT 4 r/V.3 A* MUCH A* A O'AQMAN
twelve Near Eastern and European countries, and the vast IT 15\ YfLtOHt AND IN WORKER. AND 5"(+tt TIMtS "Aft" are very glad to announcethe C. JONES
TUBKBV VlO/7 M" *t AN ITAUAM WORKlB.IN organization of a Girl Scout Starke, Florida
human changes I have seen in progress have stirred my .- -
Troop. The girls in our community
American impulses. This is no day for human ostriches; but -- have been working for -
dressed carried a cane and had
for wide-cpen eyes on a world-wide horizon. One of history's one bad eye. His appearance intrigued quite a while for an organizationwith

epochal changes is under way amidst all humanity. Stuff our reporter who could a dependable leader. We are ---NOTICE---
of the chosen
very proud
Imagine all sort of exciting reasons
"Despite this observation, I return to find the printed About Starke for a distinguished stranger to be know she will be a great help to '

page in America too heavily devoted to the 'crises,' in.terms AND BRADFORD COUNTY standing watch at the corner of i us. She -)Is Miss Dorothy Swan- R. E. A. UsersWe

too and too material Call and Walnut Streets; perhaps I bom.
highbrow, and too political. We are he was a northern capitalist look- It has been very hard for us to

served $5 words, such as 'totalitarianism' and 'ideology,' Glad to see the Telegraph] isn't ing for some long lost brother or. get organized as we have not had have a complete line of high quality

with every morning's breakfast food. All sorts of qualifiedand the only newspaper that makes sister; perhaps he was a G-Man much experience, but we did not

unqualified seers and voodoo doctors are raising ghosts mistakes. A picture of our rep- with a tip that notorious bandits' give up. Electric Wire and Fixtures
resentative, George Inman, ap- would pass through here on their At our first meeting we were
and goblins to scare the people. Too many editors are peared recently in the Gainesville way to South Florida; perhapsbut divided into three patrols. The

standing hectically at what they think is Armageddon, but Daily Sun over cut-lines identifyIng the pressure of other business I I girls in the first patrol are of Hy-Grade Electric Lamps
him as Byron T.< Nlblack of betwen fourteen and eigh-
and ages
which is really only an abandoned rail fence. a natural reluctance to walk]
Fort White. Wonder who got the second of
teen. The patrol are
to a total stranger and ask him
"They suggest the old printing office story of the editor best of the bargain, George or who he was 'and why he was ages between fourteen and eigh- 15 to 200 Watt in stock at all times

who quoted, presumably from the classics, the line: The pale Byron standing on the street corner caused teen. The third patrol are of ages
between ten and thirteen. The All lamps from 15 to 60 Watt 15c each
our reporter to forget the man
his shirt
martyr of fire. The well-meaning compositorset
And speaking of ]legislators, a and to pass up the chance of what Captains were elected as follows:
it up as: The pale martyr with his shirt on fire. lot of the women around town are seemed to be a sure-fire news First patrol, Margie Mathews.We .

"Too many of us in these bewildering days are running backing Mrs. E. S. Matthews in a story. It was more than the Telegraph -;I ( are very glad to have Margie Attractive Aladdin LampsFloor

bill which she proposes to have could stand however, when --
around screaming with our shirts on fire.
Introduced at the 1939 session. Sorry bright and early the next day we
"Nothing is happening in the world, or going to happen,,I we can't explain the bill in detail spied the same mysterious stanger I FOR ALL FORMS OF 1 or Table In Latest Designs

that is here, but Mrs. Matthews mightbe standing in the same spot, twirl- and Models
beyond the power of sensible human beings to con-!
persuaded to tell you about it Ing the same walking stick. "I INSURANCEPLEASE !
trol or remedy. Our America is not going either Communist If you ask her It is of great interest owe it to our readers" the reporter I ELECTRIC OR OIL BURNERSSee

or Fascist, all the spook-raisers in the world to the contrary,, and value, especially to women said to'r himself "to find out

notwithstanding."So Strong opposition is ex- I just who that fellow! is and. whathe's PJIONE 146 These on Display in Our Store
pected from the male ranks. I doing here?"' So buckling up II
it behooves newspaper editors to keep their Heads, 'his courage and"'preparing himself] ,
and to consider how best to fortify the hearts and minds of: Clarence Hutchinson says that for almost anything, the reporter I
the larks around his place are crossed the street and eased to
their readers with calmness and courage and 'competency. II
& pretty smart blrda. After corn the stranger. 'Mighty windy I

,'i Most papers print too much politics, and too bitter political has been planted they start at the weather we're having this morning, Est. Over 50 Years ;j

animosity has reached a new high in American journalism end of one row, locate the first isn't it?" the reporter ventured in STARKE, FLORIDA
kernel and then step off twenty- a timid voice. It was a question "
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during the last five years. We seem to have lost sight of
Eight paces to the next one and cooly calculated to bring forth an ,
the prophet's advise to 'Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people,' so on. In this way It's a simple affirmative reply ]leading to more

The supreme business of stabilizing the public mind has been matter for them to make a clean conversation, for even a G-Man

neglected." sweep of the entire planting, Clarence of indeed a bandit himself could

says. hardly deny- ttiat' it WAS windy

These are indeed encouraging words, and coming from Wednesday morning. The reporter CHEVROLET SHIPS DIRECT

one who has travelled the European countries that are sup- The indignation of some South- paused, cueing his next move to
ern women over the fuct that an the stranger reply-if encouraging -
posed to be causing most of the trouble today, they have< Englishwoman ia to play Scarlett he would remain and attemptto

more weight than if they came from an ordinary "home- O'Hara in the movie version of pry into the fellow's businessbit I. TO FLORIDA DEALERSI

"Gone With The Wind" seems a bit if rebuffed, he'd
body. Perhaps the world IS facing a "crises, but it has by ; go on :
little far-fetched to this column. about his business with a cleat
faced them before and the wonderful civilization that
sur- Never having read the book conscience that he'd tried to do hit ..;:
rounds us today is concrete proof that it is capable of weath- (which makes us first cousin to duty as he saw it. Imagine the I

ering any storm, and emerging from any crises that might the Last of the Mohicans), we're reporter's relief when the stranger
not qualified to say, but from allwe've smiled and that it
replied was.
arise. Not only that, but we freely predict that the "old; been
told Scarlett was far Indeed, rather a windy morning I
girl" will arise' from the. next "crises" a "bigger and better" from the ideal of Southern woman- Thus encouraged, our representative .'

world than ever! hood. Then why under the sun grew bolder and bolder anti : SulThere's
get so riled up over who plays her finally got around to asking "You .
0 ... ..
'R., on the screen? Seems rather a live here now?" The stranger

WHO SHALL JUDGE? compliment to us that no Southern shook his head and one hand shot

In 1916 Woodrow Wilson appointed Louis D. Brandeis woman was considered suit- Into an Inside vest pocket! What
able for the part. now?/ A revolver the crown Jewels -
I to the Supreme Court of the United States. The new justice
] of Russia? papers ordering tht
y was not very prominent. In Washington he was spoken of Additional proof that It pays to arrest of three Japanese spies

r as "the people's lawyer," a term applied to him because he advertise! comes to light almost The band emerged. What a relief!
every tlay. For instance the fol- it was clutching] only an ordinary
appeared as the champion of individuals and organizationswho
lowing Incident: For a great many business card. "'I represent the No Road-Wear on YOUR Chevrolet

were poor of purse. years, upon request, the Telegraph Progressive Farmer, 20c a year,

Justice Brandeis was one of the socially-minded reformers has been mailed every week to the I five years for $1," our no-longer When You Take Delivery !

librarian at Chattahoochee. This mysterious said. ,\: .
who yearned to help his fellowmen. He might be com- stranger .
week J. M. Alvarez received a letter -
pared to the newly appointed Justice Frankfurter, or to Sec- from a patient ordering some .s"Factory
The above item is to
retary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, who were pulled off the underwear advertised In a recent give
issue. Additional you a slight idea of what the Tel.
bottom of the social-service pack and finally placed on the from Mrs. E. J. Flynn.proof Week comes be- egraph goes through with each --

toil. The Brandeis appointment was bitterly attacked ore lust she inserted a small classified week In order to keep our readers '

throughout the country and he was branded as a "radical." advertisement stating that posted and Bradford on what goes on. in Starke ... ,,
After twenty-two years of service on the highest of all I she had chickens for sale. By the .
middle of last week she reportedthat
benches: he'resigns at the age of eighty-two and throughoutthe she had sold completely] out CHORUSON
inspected and approved"<< ) America is and Inoit
praising .
country it is acknowledged that he has been one of the RADIO that's the NEW: you
Just way your you're getting.
so the shock won't be too
greatest! of all our Supreme Court justices.The feel Chevrolet comes to you! You know for instance that you'refull gel'
great we It our duty to warn .Approximately thirty members ;
esteem in which Brandeis is now held should be a Just as it left the Chevrolet I
you Palatka la now charging of the Junior Chorus of Bradford assembly plant value when you buy a NEW Chevrolet.

k "son to us never to judge a man-or anything else, for that $1 per head for a peek at it's fam- IHKh; School], together with the after the final rigorous thorough-going/: inl' ''''.. pay for no tire and engine mileage that has H

t.atter-untll: all the evidence is in. ed Ravine Garden. If there are Junior Choruses of eight other tion,your Chevrolet reaches the dealer. You eau "",,'d-ror hundreds of miles-before the a''

n five In your auto, it'll cost you counties! will blend voices in a 'buy in confidence from the leader of the automobile mobile is in your hands. You know, too M
five bucks
to in
get and out. Of half-hour program over radio station industry. Millions of stnif-;<- GOOD; LUCK, GIRL SCOUTS! course, you might think it worth WRUF In Gainesville Satur- getting style j

The local Boy Scout Troop, that has been making such It, but on the other hand you might day, the program originating in When you buy a NE1J' Chcviolrt, anti 1 smartestcarinthelowpricefeeld.Andyouproudly

decide to stay home and play the auditorium of the P. K. take delivery at your dealer y...i *lierou buy your NEW Chevrolet thatH
wonderful in
recent months is going to have i
progress some Chinese checkers. Last Sunday Younge Laboratory School in know you will control that crucial "hr,''k- l." baring AatUfaction, freedom from motoriujami '

competition-not literally-but we are glad to hear that, inspired wan the first day the new pl'lceI Gainesville.The I ,period. No unknown driver no liijrhvuiv ( the economy of operation that alway'!'jrlitiraclfrized

by the success of the boys, a group of young ladies!I went Into effect and at least one program will feature well ,hazards, no road-wear appears in ,lit: ".-..+e Chevrolet. Chevrolet

have organized a Girl Scout Troop. shock carfull of Starkeltes suffered known folk songs and selections] .history" of your car! You buy the car all and lie' ftatUfird! Buy
upon being confronted with from the
masters the entire
The girls are entering into the spirit of the thing with the skyrocketed admission. chorus being under the directionof i

all kinds of enthusiasm and expect to give the boys keen is-- Miss Cleva Carson head of the

competition when it comes to showing progress and achievement The Joke on the. Telegraph. Younge School] music department.
Early last week out reporter noticed The piano accompanist will be
in the world of scouting.
a distinguished-looking stranger :Mrs. H. C. Brown of Starke, who
Both the Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts are great organizations standing on the corner in frontof was selected for this honor froma TORODE (

and we are highly pleased that Starke is to be the Florida Bank. He didn't choice of accompanists from all CHEVROLET C
have the
well-represented in both. appearance of ]loafing participating schools.] A capacity
I for the sake of loafing, was well- audience Is expected as tomorrow STARKE, FLA.

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